Legal Notice & Privacy Policy


ICD International
17-19 Rue Jeanne Braconnier
92360 Meudon, France


Tel.: 01 80 96 17 30
Fax: 01 46 01 99 75


ICD International is a SARL with a capital of 88 288,00 €.
RCS B 345 397 673 - Siret - 34539767300038 - APE : 6311Z



The site can be accessed aturl and is operated in compliance with French law. Use of this site is governed by the present terms and conditions. By using the site, you acknowledge that you have read and accepted these conditions. They may be modified at any time and without notice by ICD International.

ICD International cannot be held responsible in any way for misuse of the service.

All names or brands mentioned are the property of their respective owners. The site and each of its components are the exclusive property of ICD International and are protected by intellectual property laws.

Any downloaded content is done so at the user's own risk and under his/her sole responsibility. Consequently, ICD International cannot be held responsible for any damage to the user's computer or loss of data resulting from downloading.



These terms and conditions are governed by French law, and any disputes arising from their interpretation or execution shall be submitted to the exclusive jurisdiction of the courts having jurisdiction over the registered office of ICD International. The reference language for the settlement of any disputes shall be French.



All content on this site, including but not limited to graphics, images, texts, videos, animations, sounds, logos, gifs and icons, as well as their layout, are the exclusive property of ICD International, with the exception of trademarks, logos or content belonging to other partners or authors.

Any reproduction, distribution, modification, adaptation, retransmission or publication, even partial, of these various elements is strictly forbidden without the express written consent of ICD International.



ICD International makes every effort to provide reliable information and to keep its website up to date. However, errors or omissions may occur. Users should therefore check with ICD International to ensure that the information provided is accurate, and notify ICD International of any changes to the site that they consider necessary. ICD International is in no way responsible for the use made of this information, nor for any direct or indirect prejudice that may result.



The ICD International website may provide links to other websites or resources available on the Internet.

ICD International has no means of controlling the sites linked to connection . ICD International does not guarantee the availability of such external sites and sources. ICD International cannot be held responsible for any damage, of any nature whatsoever, resulting from the content of these external sites or sources, and in particular from the information, products or services they offer, or from any use that may be made of these elements. The risks associated with such use shall be borne entirely by the Internet user, who must comply with their conditions of use.

Users, subscribers and visitors to the website may not set up a hyperlink to this site without the express prior authorization of ICD International.



The collaboration between ICD International and its third parties requires them to entrust us with personal data. Whether these are customers, distributor partners or prospects, ICD International is committed to implementing the necessary means to deserve the trust placed in it and is implementing a confidentiality policy that is in line with the approach imposed by the RGPD.

To comply with these regulations, ICD International has taken into account the notions of confidentiality and security in its processes and organization, and envisaged technical and organizational measures that respect rights relating to the protection of personal data.

We describe here the rules concerning this privacy policy inherent to the collection, consent, management, processing and storage and, where applicable, the sharing of personal data used in the context of our services.

Personal data" means one or more items of information relating to an identifiable natural person.



Consent is collected for one or more specific purposes, by registering for our services or filling in a contact form on our various sites, shared applications and communication tools.

Consent is also obtained on the various paper forms that require the provision of personal data that may be used within the framework of our services.

Accordingly, the user agrees and accepts that ICD International may collect, process, store and/or use the personal data submitted in accordance with the rules set out below.

By giving their consent, users also retain the right to rectify, forget and/or delete their personal data.

This policy concerns only the personal data collected by ICD International, a simplified joint stock company registered in the Paris Trade and Companies Register under number 345 397 673 and whose registered office is located at 17-19 Rue Jeanne Braconnier 92360 Meudon, France.

Data collected on our sites

When a third party registers for our services, the following data is collected and processed:

Email, title, first name, last name, address, password, postal address, telephone number, IP address(es) and domain name...

Data from connection and navigation data (non-exhaustive list that may evolve according to the activities and actions implemented by ICD International).

ICD International does not require or wish to process sensitive personal data in accordance with the recommendations of the CNIL (French Data Protection Authority):

  • Government identifiers (such as social security numbers, driver's license numbers or taxpayer identification numbers)
  • Credit card numbers
  • Personal bank account numbers
  • Medical information
  • Ethnic information
  • Information about sexual orientation

If this type of information is requested, without the user being informed in advance by our services, the user is necessarily confronted with a malicious site imitating the ICD International charter.


Purposes of processing

The main purpose of collecting personal data is to provide a safe, optimal, efficient and personalized experience. To this end, we systematically request the consent of our third parties so that we can use their personal data to :

  • To provide our services and facilitate their operation.
  • Resolve any problems in order to improve the use of our sites and services.
  • Personalize, evaluate and improve our services, content and documentation.
  • To analyze the volume and history of use of our services.
  • Provide information about our services and those of our partners.
  • Prevent, detect and investigate any potentially prohibited and illegal activities or activities contrary to good practice, and ensure compliance with our terms and conditions of use and operation of our solutions.
  • Meet our legal and regulatory obligations.

For example, when filling in a newsletter registration form or downloading a resource, the purpose of obtaining the visitor's email address is to notify them of new publications or to suggest resources that may be of interest to them.

ICD International may publish on its websites and communication interfaces a list of customers and testimonials containing personal information. ICD International undertakes to obtain the authorization of each actor quoted, before publication on the site of any reference.


Recipients of personal data

Personal data is collected on our various media and is reserved for use by ICD International and its authorized personnel.

However, they may be transmitted to companies forming part of the business ecosystem that ICD International may call upon in the performance of its services. ICD International ensures compliance with data protection requirements for all its subcontracting companies.

Each of them is a recipient of our personal data processing charter and explicitly undertakes to respect it by accepting our general conditions of use.

ICD International does not sell or rent personal data to third parties for marketing purposes. ICD International undertakes to immediately inform the owner of the personal data as a natural person, insofar as the information has been transmitted as part of a legal request from administrative or judicial authorities requiring the provision of such data.


Data protection rights

In accordance with the French Data Protection Act and the European General Data Protection Regulation 2016/679 (RGPD), our third parties have the right to access, rectify and delete their personal data. They may exercise this right by simple request using the following means:

Asserting your rights :

Contact the ICD International DPO at the following e-mail address:

By registered mail addressed to ICD International - DPO - 17-19 Rue Jeanne Braconnier 92360 Meudon, France.

Requests will be processed and applicants notified within 60 days.


Cookies / tracking

Some data is collected automatically as a result of actions on the site. As a general rule, ICD International uses cookies and tracking to improve and personalize the site and/or measure the audience.

The purpose of the cookies used by ICD International is to enable or facilitate communication, to enable the provision of services requested by users and to recognize users on subsequent visits.

In accordance with applicable regulations, ICD International will require authorization before implanting any other type of cookie on a hard disk. By default, browsers accept all cookies.

When browsing third-party sites that advertise on the ICD International site, or possibly when viewing these advertisements, cookies may be created by the companies displaying these advertisements.

Third parties who may use cookies as part of ICD International's services (partners or other third parties providing content or services available on the ICD International website) are responsible for the cookies they set and it is their cookie policy that applies.

ICD International assumes no responsibility for the use of cookies by third parties. For further information, we advise you to consult the policies on the use of cookies on these advertiser or third-party sites.


Data provided by third parties

As part of its services, ICD International creates email campaigns based on distribution lists supplied by distribution partners. ICD International has access to all the information contained in the email distribution lists.

Under no circumstances will ICD International sell, share or rent the mailing lists provided to it to third parties, nor use them for purposes other than those set out in these obligations:

  • make all necessary declarations to the CNIL or other supervisory authorities,
  • comply with all applicable regulations, including data protection laws,
  • obtain the explicit consent of data subjects when collecting their personal data,
  • ensure that the authorization to use the personal data collected is consistent with the intended purpose.


Data retention

ICD International collects personal data for the purposes of fulfilling its contractual supply and service obligations.

The purpose of this collection is also to process analytical and statistical information on how and how often our services are used.

This data is stored in active databases, log files or other types of files for as long as you use our services.

Data collected on the website is kept for a maximum of 12 months for anonymous contacts, after the last activity on the website by the person concerned.

On the other hand, for identified contacts, the data collected on is kept for a maximum of 36 months with no associated activity.At the end of these periods, all personal data is automatically deleted.


Data storage and transfer

The hosting servers on which ICD International processes and stores the databases are located exclusively within the European Union.



As part of its services, ICD International attaches the utmost importance to the security and integrity of the personal data of its customers and visitors to its sites.

Thus, and in accordance with the RGPD, ICD International undertakes to take all necessary precautions to preserve the security of data and in particular to protect it against any accidental or unlawful destruction, accidental loss, alteration, unauthorized distribution or access, as well as against any other form of unlawful processing or communication to unauthorized persons.

To this end, ICD International implements industry standard security measures to protect personal data from unauthorized disclosure.

Furthermore, in order to prevent unauthorized access and to ensure the accuracy and proper use of data, ICD International has put in place appropriate electronic, physical and managerial procedures to safeguard and preserve the data collected through its services.

Even so, no one can consider themselves completely safe from an illicit or fraudulent attack. This is why, in the event of a security breach, ICD International undertakes to inform third parties as soon as possible, and to do its utmost to take all possible measures to neutralize the intrusion and minimize its impact.

In the event of damage to our third parties, the areas of responsibility are specified in our General Terms of Use.

It should be borne in mind that any user, customer or hacker discovering and exploiting a security vulnerability may be subject to criminal sanctions and that ICD International will take all measures, including filing a complaint and/or taking legal action, to preserve the data and rights of its users and itself and to limit the impact as far as possible.

In the event of a violation or suspected violation of personal data, ICD International and its subcontractors will notify the CNIL and its users within 72 hours of becoming aware of it.


Modification of the privacy policy

ICD International reserves the right to modify this Privacy Policy at any time, in particular in accordance with changes in applicable laws and regulations.

We recommend checking these rules periodically to stay informed of our procedures and rules regarding personal information.