Personal data and cookies

Last updated on 12 June 2024

The ANRS Emerging Infectious Diseases is committed to ensuring that the collection and processing of your data on the website complies with the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) and the French Data Protection Act.

Who is your data intended for?

The ANRS Emerging Infectious Diseases (ANRS MIE), located at 2 rue d’Oradour-sur-Glane in Paris (75015) is responsible for processing personal data for the website. Unless otherwise stated, the personal data collected is for internal use only and is not intended to be shared with third parties outside the cases provided for by laws and regulations. It may nevertheless be made accessible to service providers (subcontractors within the meaning of the regulations) of the ANRS MIE, under its control, for the strict needs and within the limits of their mission.

What are your data used for?

The personal data processing carried out by the ANRS MIE, on the basis of the public interest missions entrusted to the agency, is intended to :

  • Disseminating information
  • Offer users ways of interacting with the agency
  • To ensure the smooth operation of the site and improve your browsing experience.

How is your data collected?

Your data may first be collected on forms. Each form limits the collection of personal data to what is strictly necessary (data minimisation) and indicates in particular:

  • What are the purposes of collecting this data?
  • Whether this data is obligatory or optional for the management of your request
  • Who can see it (ANRS MIE only, unless specified on the form)
  • How to exercise your data protection rights in respect of the data collected

Your data may also be collected via the applications present on the website, in particular technical data linked to your browsing (IP address, connection data, for example).

How long is your data kept?

In general, your data will be kept by ANRS MIE for 5 years, except :

  • Application logs, which are kept for 1 year
  • Your choice regarding cookies, which is retained for 6 months
  • Data collected via cookies, which are stored for 25 months.

About cookies

When you visit the website, three types of cookies are placed on your computer, mobile phone or tablet. A “cookie” is a set of information, generally small in size and identified by a name, which may be sent to your browser by a website to which you are connected. Your web browser will store it for a certain period of time and send it back to the web server each time you reconnect.

Technical cookies strictly necessary for the operation of the site

The website uses cookies to enable the site to function. They cannot be deactivated, except by refusing all cookies in your browser settings. However, your user experience may be degraded.

Audience measurement cookies

Our site uses audience measurement cookies. Some of these cookies are strictly necessary for the operation and day-to-day administration of the site.

What rights do you have over your data and how can you exercise them?

You have the following rights with regard to the use of your personal data:

  • Obtain confirmation as to whether or not data relating to you is being processed and, where such data is being processed, access to such data and information about such processing.
  • Obtaining rectification of inaccurate data
  • In certain specific cases, obtain the deletion of some of your data
  • In certain specific cases, obtain restrictions on the processing we carry out
  • object to the processing of your data for reasons relating to your particular situation, or, regardless of your particular situation, to the use of your data for canvassing purposes
  • Withdraw your consent at any time in the future, if it served as the legal basis for processing your data
  • Receive the data you have provided and/or request that they be passed on to another controller, if the processing is based on your consent or on a contract and the processing is automated
  • If you live in France, define what happens to your data after your death.

You can exercise your rights or obtain information about the processing of your personal data directly from the RGPD referent.

Contact the Data Protection Officer by post

Dear Data Protection Officer
ANRS Emerging Infectious Diseases
2, rue d’Oradour-sur-Glane
75015 Paris, France

In the event of any unresolved difficulty relating to the use of your personal data, you may contact the ANRS MIE Data Protection Officer, or submit a complaint to the CNIL.


Purpose of data collection

The website regularly shares news from its website via its newsletter.

Data processed and collected processes the data required to send notifications relating to articles (non-nominative ID, IP).

Data source

This information is collected from the user of the service.

Data recipients

All or part of the data is destined for :

  • ANRS MIE staff in charge of the “newsletter” feature
  • Atos”, the service provider.

Exercising your rights

For any information or to exercise your rights concerning the processing of personal data managed by, please contact us.

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