Privacy policy

Practices regarding the respect of personal data

Last update date: February 27, 2024


When you use the website (hereinafter, the “Site”), the company Biomedah may collect and process your personal data. Here is the policy that describes how your personal data will be processed and protected.

Who controls your data?

To inform you about who controls your data and therefore about the legal notices, please refer to the “Legal Notices” page.

Collection of Personal Data

When you visit the Site, Biomedah may collect, in particular, the following types of personal data:

  • Contact forms of the Site: via the “Contact” section: the various information you share with us, including your name and contact details, and the content of your messages.

Purposes of processing personal data

We process the data collected via the contact form notably for the following purposes:

  • To review and process contact requests,
  • To contact Site users who request it.

Recipients of personal data

Your personal data are only used by individuals identified and authorized by our Company, notably:

  • the employees of our Company;
  • subcontractors and service providers that it may use for technical services for the operation of the Site, notably its hosting and maintenance;
  • any administrative authority requesting communication of data concerning you and to which our Company would be required to respond under a legal obligation.

Retention period of personal data

The personal data collected are kept for the time necessary for the achievement of the various purposes described above and the legal obligations that apply to it. At the end of this period, the data concerning you that do not justify a legitimate interest, notably the need to ensure the defense of its rights in the context of litigation, our Company will initiate the necessary measures to irreversibly anonymize the data concerned or delete them.


Some pages of the Site may use “cookies,” which are small text files containing information about you stored on the hard drive of the computer equipment with which you connected to the Site and can only be read by the server that provided it. Our Company makes limited use of “cookies.” Firstly, some of the cookies operated on the Site are intended to optimize your consultation and use of the Site. Secondly, some of the cookies used by our Company on the Site are intended to ensure audience measurements of connections to the latter and thus allow the establishment of anonymous internal statistics for the optimization of the operation of the Site. In this context, these cookies may lead to the collection of information regarding your connections to the Site (e.g., pages visited, your connection times, your geographical location (not going beyond your city)). The cookies thus used have a maximum validity period of 12 months. If you do not wish this technology to be used, you can disable this function in your browser software, while retaining access to the Site, following the procedure provided for this purpose on the information banner on the Site. Most web browsers are set by default to accept cookies, which are essential for the functioning of the internet. But they also allow you to choose or refuse all cookies or even to select precisely those that the user wants to keep. We inform you that setting your browser to refuse or restrict such or such cookie can have two important consequences:

  • A limitation or restriction of access to a service, page, or content;
  • A degraded User Experience (obligation to re-enter the same information several times, for example).

Your Information and Freedom Rights

You have the right to ask Biomedah for access to your personal data, rectification, erasure, or portability of such data, limitation of the processing of this data, as well as to object to such processing. You can also withdraw your consent to the processing of your data to the extent that the processing is based on it. In this case, the lawfulness of the processing carried out before the withdrawal of consent will not be affected.

You can exercise your rights by sending your request by email to

Furthermore, you have the right to lodge a complaint with a national supervisory authority such as the National Commission for Data Protection and Liberties (CNIL) in France, website :