Personal data

The Antipolis website does not request registration from its visitors, and does not require any personal registration for the simple consultation of its pages.

Any information collected by the Antipolis Convention Centre is never communicated to third parties.
The data provided by the Internet user, allowing them to receive documentation or a newsletter, or to make any inquiry whatsoever, is subject to prior authorisation for the processing of their personal data.

What is a cookie?

A cookie is a text file stored, subject to your choices, on your computer when visiting a site. It is designed to collect information about how you use the Internet in order to provide services adapted to your computer, mobile phone or tablet.
Cookies are managed by your Internet browser and only the issuer of a cookie can read or modify the information contained therein.

What are the cookies issued by our website used for?

The Antipolis website uses cookies for the following reasons:

  • To help us recognise your browser from session to session and to remember your preferences. They are also necessary for the proper functioning of certain services.
  • To help measure the activity of our visitors across the website and thereby allow us to offer an experience that is continually better adapted to the expectations of our readers.

Cookie management

Statistics cookies allow us to obtain anonymous traffic statistics for our website in order to optimise it and detect any malfunctions.

The Antipolis website uses Google Analytics. To block the use of data by Google Analytics:

Rights and obligations

In all cases, the user has the rights (access, rectification, opposition) provided for by the French Data Protection Act 78-17 of 6 January 1978 amended by Law 2018-493 of 20 June 2018.

To exercise these rights, the user is invited to contact the

Users can find information regarding rights and duties and the protection of personal data on the website of the French National Data-Protection Commission:

Users of the site are invited to report any possible malfunctions of the website with regard to individual freedoms.