Legal Notice

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TPL Vision SAS
Parc d’Activités de Tournebride
6 rue Nicolas Appert
44118 La Chevrolière – France

Identification number

480 818 764 RCS NANTES
SIRET : 480 818 764 000 31
Intra-community VAT N°: FR53 480 818 764

Web design and hosting

Created and hosted by BM-Services.

Confidentiality and personal information

As part of the implementation of the new General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) dated May 25, 2018, please note that TPL Vision does not collect any personal data. Only professional data (company address, telephone number, email address) is stored in our databases, hosted on secure servers. You can gain access to your data on simple request by emailing contact(at), at any time. We only keep your data for as long as we have both a specified purpose and a lawful basis.
Lastly, TPL Vision wants to remind you that you have the possibility to subscribe or unsubscribe from our emailing services.

Consent Management Tool

We use a consent management process on our website to enable us to demonstrably store and manage the consent given by visitors to our website in accordance with GDPR requirements. Visitors to our online service can also manage the consents and preferences granted or revoke the consent via the service integrated by us.
The consent status is set on the server and/or a cookie (so-called opt-in cookie) or comparable technology in order to be able to assign the consent to a user or their device. The time the declaration of consent was granted is also recorded.


Service used: Axeptio Ltd., 8th Floor South, 11 Old Jewry, London, United Kingdom, EC2R 8DU

Data protection:

Use of cookies

We use ‘cookies’ on our website to make visiting our website more attractive and to enable certain functions to be used. The use of cookies serves our legitimate interest in making a visit to our website as pleasant as possible and is based on article 6 (1) (f) GDPR. Cookies are standard internet technology used to store and retrieve login details and other usage information for all the users of a website. Cookies are small text files that are deposited on your end device. Some of the cookies we use are deleted after the end of a browser session, i.e. when closing the browser (known as ‘session cookies’). Other cookies remain on the user’s end device and enable us or our partner companies to recognise the browser on the next visit (known as ‘persistent cookies’).

The browser can be set so that the user is informed when cookies are to be stored and can decide whether to accept them in each individual situation, to accept them under certain circumstances, or to exclude them in general. In addition, cookies can be retrospectively deleted to remove data that the website stored on your computer. Deactivating cookies (known as ‘opting out’) can limit our website’s functionality in some respects.


For third-party cookies, you can configure your browser settings to refuse all third-party cookies.

Online marketing, newsletters and social media

We process personal data within the framework of online marketing, particularly regarding potential interests and to measure the effectiveness of our marketing measures, with the aim of continually boosting our reach and the prominence of our online offering.
We store the relevant information in cookies or use similar procedures for the purpose of measuring the effectiveness of our marketing measures and identifying potential interests. The data stored in the cookies could include the content viewed, webpages visited, settings, and the functions and systems used. However, plain data from users is not normally processed for the above purposes. If so, the data is changed so that the actual identity of the user is not known to us, nor the provider of the tool used. The changed data is often stored in user profiles.
In the event that user profiles are stored, the data can be used, read, supplemented, and expanded on the server of the online marketing procedure when other online offerings are visited that use the same online marketing procedure.
We can calculate the success of our adverts using summarised data that is made available to us by the provider of the online marketing procedure (known as ‘conversion measurement’). As part of these conversion measurements, we can trace whether a marketing measure caused a visitor to our online offering to decide to make a purchase. This evaluation serves to analyse the success of our online marketing.

On our online offering, users have the option of subscribing to our newsletter or to notifications on various channels (hereinafter referred to overall as ‘newsletters’). We only send newsletters to recipients who have agreed to receive the newsletter, and within the framework of statutory provisions. We use a select service provider to send out our newsletter.
An email address must be provided to subscribe to our newsletter. If applicable, we collect extra data, such as to include a personal greeting in our newsletter.
The subscription to our newsletter can be ended at any time with future effect. An unsubscription (opt-out) link is given at the end of every newsletter.
In addition, we are obliged to provide proof that our subscribers actually want to receive the newsletter. To this end, we collect and store their IP address, along with the time of subscription and unsubscription.

Our newsletters are designed so that we can obtain findings about improvements, target groups or the reading behaviour of our subscribers. We are able to do this thanks to a ‘web beacon’ or tracking pixel that reacts to interactions with the newsletter, such as looking at whether links are clicked on, whether the newsletter is opened at all, or at what time the newsletter is read. For technical reasons, we can associate this information with individual subscribers.

Google Analytics

Tool: Google Ireland Limited, Gordon House, Barrow Street, Dublin 4, Ireland
Opt-out-link: or
Legal base: Consent (article 6 (1) (a) GDPR)

Google AdWords and conversion measurement

Tool: Google Ireland Limited, Gordon House, Barrow Street, Dublin 4, Ireland
Opt-out-link: or
Legal base: Consent (article 6 (1) (a) GDPR)

Google AdServices

Service used: Google Ireland Limited, Gordon House, Barrow Street, Dublin 4, Ireland
Data protection:
Opt-out link: or
Legal basis: consent (Art. 6 (1) lit. a) GDPR)


Tool: Facebook Ireland Limited, 4 Grand Canal Square, Dublin 2, Ireland
Privacy: and


Tool: LinkedIn Corporation, 1000 West Maude Avenue, Sunnyvale, CA 94085, USA


Tool: Twitter International Company, One Cumberland Place, Fenian Street Dublin 2, D02 AX07 Ireland


Tool: Google Ireland Limited, Gordon House, Barrow Street, Dublin 4, Ireland
Opt-out-link: or

Zoho Campaigns

Tool: Zoho Corporation Ltd., Estancia IT Park, Plot no. 140, 151, GST Road, Vallancheri, Chengalpattu District, Tamil Nadu – 603202, India

Zoho CRM

Tool: Zoho Corporation Ltd., Estancia IT Park, Plot no. 140, 151, GST Road, Vallancheri, Chengalpattu District, Tamil Nadu – 603202, India

Online conferences and webinars

We make use of the opportunity to hold online conferences, meetings and webinars. To do so, we use offerings provided by other carefully selected providers.
When actively using offerings of this nature, data regarding the participants in the communication is processed and stored on the servers of the third-party services used, provided this data is necessary for the communication process. In addition, usage data and metadata can also be processed.

Cisco WebEx and Cisco Jabber

Tool: Cisco Systems, Inc., 170 West Tasman Dr., San Jose, CA 95134, USA
Legal base: Consent (article 6 (1) (a) GDPR)


Tool: Banzai International, Inc., 435 Ericksen Ave, Suite 250 Bainbridge Island, WA 98110, USA
Legal base: Consent (article 6 (1) (a) GDPR)


We offer the option of setting up a user account on our online offering (myTPL, As part of the registration process, we collect the necessary data from interested users that we need to provide a user account and the associated functions.
If users decide to register on our website, they will receive an e-mail which must be confirmed and which serves to prevent the improper use of false e-mail addresses.
To prevent the internal area from being exploited, we collect IP addresses and the time of access to prevent misuse of a user account and unauthorised usage. We do not pass this data on to third parties unless it is necessary to pursue our claims, or we are legally obliged to do so.


Tool: PrestaShop SA, 4, rue Jules Lefebvre 75009 Paris, France


Legal base: Consent (article 6 (1) (a) GDPR)

Data Transfer

We transfer the personal data of visitors to our online offering for internal purposes (e.g. for internal administration or to the HR department so we can meet statutory or contractual obligations). Internal data transfer or the disclosure of data only occurs to the extent necessary, under the pertinent data protection provisions.

It may be necessary for us to disclose personal data for the performance of contracts or to comply with legal obligations. If the data necessary in this regard is not provided to us, it may be the case that the contract cannot be concluded with the data subject.

We transfer data to countries outside the EEA (known as ‘third countries’). This occurs due to the above-mentioned purposes (transfer within the group and/or to other recipients). Transfer is only effected to fulfil our contractual and legal obligations, or on the basis of the consent that the data subject granted prior to this.
In the event of transferring personal data to a country outside the EEA, we ensure that the processing is legally permissible in the manner we intend. In this case, we have concluded standard data protection clauses to protect the data of data subjects best possible. A copy of the guarantee used is available at [].

Automated Decision-Making

We do not use automated decision-making or profiling.

Legal Bases

The decisive legal bases primarily arise from the GDPR. They are supplemented by national laws from member states and can, if applicable, be applied alongside or in addition to the GDPR.

Consent: Article 6 (1) (a) GDPR serves as the legal basis for processing procedures regarding which we have sought consent for a particular purpose of processing.
Performance of a contract: Article 6 (1) (b) serves as the legal basis for processing required to perform a contract to which the data subject is a contractual party or for taking steps prior to entering into a contract, at the request of the data subject.
Legal obligation: Article 6 (1) (c) GDPR is the legal basis for processing that is required to comply with a legal obligation.
Vital interests: Article 6 (1) (d) GDPR serves as the legal basis if the processing is necessary to protect the vital interests of the data subject or another natural person.
Public interest: Article 6 (1) (e) GDPR serves as the legal basis for processing that is necessary to perform a task in the public interest or to exercise public force that is transferred to the controller.
Legitimate interest: Article 6 (1) (f) GDPR serves as the legal basis for processing that is necessary to protect the legitimate interests of the controller or a third party, provided this is not outweighed by the interests or fundamental rights and fundamental freedoms of the data subject that require personal data to be protected, particularly if the data subject is a child.

Rights of the Data Subject

Right of access: Pursuant to article 15 GDPR, data subjects have the right to request confirmation as to whether we process data relating to them. They can request access to their data, along with the additional information listed in article 15 (1) GDPR and a copy of their data.
Right to rectification: Pursuant to article 16 GDPR, data subjects have the right to request that data relating to them, and that we process, be rectified or completed.
Right to erasure: Pursuant to article 17 GDPR, data subjects have the right to request that data relating to them be erased without delay. Alternatively, they can request that we restrict the processing of their data, pursuant to article 18 GDPR.
Right to data portability: Pursuant to article 20 GDPR, data subjects have the right to request that data made available to us by them be provided and transferred to another controller.
Right to lodge a complaint: In addition, data subjects have the right to lodge a complaint with the supervisory authority responsible for them, under article 77 GDPR.
Right to object: If personal data is processed on the basis of legitimate interests pursuant to article 6 (1) (1) (f) GDPR, under article 21 GDPR data subjects have the right to object to the processing of their personal data, provided there are reasons for this that arise from their particular situation or the objection relates to direct advertising. In the latter case, data subjects have a general right to object that is to be put into effect by us without a particular situation being stated.

Withdrawal of Consent

Some data processing procedures can only be carried out with the express consent of the data subject. Once granted, you are able to withdraw consent at any time. To do so, sending an informal note or email to contact(at) is sufficient. The legality of the data processing carried out up to the point of withdrawal shall remain unaffected by the withdrawal.

External Links

Our website includes links to online offerings from other providers. We note that we have no influence over the content of the online offerings linked to and over whether their providers comply with data protection provisions.


The content of this web site is for information only.
TPL Vision expressly excludes liability for loss or damage arising from your use of this site and/or of the World Wide Web. We reserve the right to amend this information on data protection, in compliance with the applicable data protection provisions, if changes are made to our online offering so that it complies with the legal requirements.


In principle, we store the data of visitors to our online offering for as long as needed to render our service or to the extent that the European body issuing directives and regulations or another legislator stipulates in laws and regulations to which we are subject. In all other cases, we delete personal data once the purpose has been fulfilled, with the exception of data that we need to continue to store to comply with legal obligations (e.g. if retention periods under tax law and trade law require us to keep documents such as contracts and invoices for a certain period of time).