Mentions légales - Le Monde Sauvage

Legal notice


Client: Any individual or company capable of entering into a transaction as per articles 1123 onwards of the French Civil Code who visits the site of Le Monde Sauvage.

Services: provides its Clients with the following:

Content: All of the elements that constitute the information on the Site, in particular the texts, images and videos. 

Client information: Hereafter referred to as « Information ». Anything which corresponds to personal information required to be held by for the purpose of creating your online account, for client relationship management and for analytical and statistical purposes.

User: The person connecting to the above mentioned site.

Personal information: « Any information which allows, in any way, directly or indirectly, the person to whom such information refers to be identified. » (As specified in article 4 of law n° 78-17, 6 January 1978).

The terms « personal data », « relevant person », « processor » and « sensitive information » are to be understood as per the definitions given in the Data Protection Rules (GDPR: n° 2016-679)

1. Presentation of the website.

As provided by article 6 of law number 2004-575 passed on 21 June 2004 with the aim of increasing confidence in the digital economy, the users of the following website: must be made aware of the identity of the different entities involved in the provision of services by said website. 

Owner: EIRL Le Monde Sauvage. VAT number : TVA FR24 423 887 967. Registered address: 3 rue Paul Lafargue, 93210, La Plaine Saint-Denis, France
Person or company responsible for the website: Le Monde Sauvage –
Webmaster: Le Monde Sauvage –
Host: SHOPIFY, 150 rue Elgin, 8th Floor, K2P 1L4 Ottawa (Canada) 1-888-746-7439
Person or company responsible for data protection: Le Monde Sauvage –

2. General terms and conditions applicable to the site and services proposed thereon.

The Site is an original work protected by the French Intellectual Property Code and the relevant, applicable international rules. The Client can in no way use, sell or exploit any or part of the elements that make up the  Site.

By using the website the Client accepts in full the general terms and conditions below. These conditions can be modified or supplemented at any time. Users of the site are therefore invited to consult them regularly. 

This website is accessible to users at all times. Service can be interrupted for technical maintenance purposes by who will make every effort to communicate the date and time when the site will be unavailable. The website at is regularly updated by As such, this legal notice can be modified or supplemented from time to time. The user is invited to refer to it prior to making a purchase on the website. 

3. Description of services.

The purpose of the website is to provide information concerning the services of the company. makes every effort to ensure that the information on is as precise as possible. The company cannot be held responsible for any omission or inaccuracy, whether stemming from its own or from a third party provider's actions.

All of the information shown on the site is provided for indicative purposes only, is not exhaustive and can be modified or supplemented from time to time. 

4. Contractual limitations as regards technical data.

The website cannot be held responsible for any material damages incurred as a result of using the site. The user agrees to browse on the site using an up-to-date browser and a device that has not been affected by a virus. The site is hosted within the European Union as per the requirements of the  French Data Protection Rules (GDPR : n° 2016-679).

Insofar as the aim is to provide the highest level of accessibility, the host will make their best efforts to ensure that the site is available 24 hours a day, 365 days of the year. The host reserves the right to interrupt their services for as short a time as possible for maintenance, infrastructure or improvement purposes or in the case of abnormal traffic levels. and the host cannot be held responsible in the event that the internet malfunctions or if the equipment or lines required for access to the server are inaccessible.

5. Intellectual property and copyright infringement. owns the intellectual property and holds the rights to all of the elements that can be accessed on the website, including but not limited to: texts, images, graphics, logos, videos, icons and sounds. Any reproduction, representation, modification, publication or modification of any or all of the site, however effected, is strictly forbidden, except where prior written permission has been given by

Any unauthorised use of the site or constituent part of the site will be considered a copyright infringement and will be sanctioned in accordance with articles L.335-2 onwards of the French Intellectual Property Code.

6. Limitation of responsibility. is the editor of the site and is responsible for the quality and veracity of the content it publishes. cannot be held responsible for any direct or indirect damage caused by the user's equipment when browsing on the site as a result of the use of equipment that is not of the standard specified in clause 4 or resulting from a 'bug' or some form of technical incompatibility. cannot be held responsible for damages incurred indirectly (e.g. loss of opportunity, loss of profit) as a result of a visit to the site Interactive areas (the possibility to ask questions on the Contact page for example) are available to users of the site. reserves the right to erase, without the need to provide any prior warning, any comments or content that infringe French legislation, in particular those that may infringe the clauses relating to data protection. The user's criminal or civil liability could be called into question by, in particular where there is evidence a comment (be it in text or visual form)  may be of a racist, injurious, pornographic or diffamatory nature.

7. Personal data.

The Client is hereby informed of the application of the following laws concerning marketing communications: the law of 21 June 2014 to increase confidence in the Digital Economy, the Freedom of Information act of 6 August 2004 and the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR n° 2016-679).

7.1 Responsibility for collection of personal data

Personal Data collected in the context of the creation of a personal account by the User on the Site is the responsibility of Le Monde Sauvage. is represented by Béatrice Laval, its official legal representative. confirms that it will respect the legal framework in place. It is the responsibility of Le Monde Sauvage to explain to its clients how their personal Information will be used and to provide both visitors to the site and clients with a full explanation as to the treatment of their Information and to keep an up-to-date register of such Information. Each time that uses personal data it will make all reasonable efforts to ensure that it is as precise and relevant for the ends to which it is used.

7.2 Use of personal data may use any or part of the personal data:

  • to facilitate browsing on the Site and to ensure that orders and other services provided to the User are effected correctly: connection and use of the Site, billing, past orders etc.
  • to prevent IT fraud such as spamming and hacking: device used, IP address, password (scrambled)
  • to improve browsing on the Site: connection and usage data
  • to carry out client satisfaction surveys from time to time on email address
  • to carry out communication campaigns by mail: email address will not make commercial use of your personal data which will be kept uniquely for the above use or for statistical or analytical purposes. 

7.3 Right of access, rectification or opposition

As per the European regulation currently in force, the Users of have the following rights:

  • right of access (article 15 GDPR) and of rectification (article 16 GDPR), a right to update, to complete or to erase (article 17 GDPR) data when it contains errors, is incomplete, unclear, out of date or where the collection, processing or storage of data is prohibited;
  • right to withdraw consent (article 13-2c GDPR);
  • right to restrict processing (article 18 GDPR);
  • right to object to the way data is being used (article 21 GDPR);
  • right to data portability where the user provided the data on the basis of his or her consent or the processing is necessary for the performance of a contract (article 20 GDPR);
  • right to define what will happen to data following the death of a User and to chose to whom has the right to communicate data.

If the User wishes to know how will use his or her Personal Data, demand its rectification or object to the way it is used, the User should contact in writing at the following address:

Le Monde Sauvage – DPO, Le Monde Sauvage
Registered Office, 3 rue Paul Lafargue, 93210 La Plaine Saint-Denis, FRANCE

When writing the User should indicate which personal data he or she is asking correct, update or erase, and should identify him or herself clearly with a copy of their passport or identity card. 

Requests for personal information to be erased are subject to the obligations imposed on by law, and in particular the way in which documents are kept or stored. Users of may make a complaint to the relevant authority, the CNIL, at

7.4 Non-communication of personal data confirms that it will not process, store or transfer data collected about its clients to a country situated outside the European Union or recognised as « not adequate » by the European Commission without informing the client prior to doing so. Notwithstanding, is free to chose its technical and commercial contractors as long as they are able to present sufficient guarantee that they will act in accordance with the General Data Protection Regulation undertakes to take all neccessary precautions to maintain the security of data provided and in particular to ensure that they are not transferred to unauthorised persons. In the event that something occurs to compromise the safety or the confidentiality of the client data, must inform the Client as soon as possible and explain what has been done to rectify the situation. It should be noted that does not hold any « data of a sensitive nature ».

The User's personal data can only be processed by subsidiaries or sub-contractors of with the aim of putting the above-described policy in place. 

Within the limits of the above-defined policy, the people most likely to have access to user data held by are the latter's client service team.

8. Notification of an incident

Despite all of the best efforts of, no method of processing or storing data online is totally secure and we cannot therefore guarantee the absolute safety of user data. If we become aware of a data breach we will inform the users concerned so that they can take the appropriate measures. Our methods for informing users take into consideration our legal obligations, both under national and European law. We will make our best efforts to keep our clients fully informed as to the security of their account and to provide them with all of the necessary information so that they may respect their own reporting obligations.

No personal user data is published, transferred, exchanged, given or sold to a third party without the User's knowledge. Only the purchase of together with its rights and obligations would lead to the transfer to the purchaser of the above mentioned data. Any such purchaser would then be bound by the same obligations of modification and storage of the data to the User of


In order to maintain the security and confidentiality of the personal data it holds uses networks that are protected by standard methods, such as firewalls, pseudonymisation, encryption and passwords. 

When processing personal data will make all reasonable efforts to protect them against loss, misuse, unauthorised access or sharing, modification or destruction.

9. Hypertext links, cookies and tags contains a certain number of hyperlinks to external websites that have been put in place with the authorisation of However, is unable to monitor the sites to which such links lead and cannot be held responsible for the content displayed there.

If you do not deactivate the cookies on the Site you accept their use. At any moment you can deactivate the cookies using the deactivation mechanisms made available to you and detailed below. However, if you do this, some or part of the site may no longer be available to you. 


A cookie is a file sent to the navigator of the User where it is saved onto their device (ex: computer, phone) (hereafter referred to as « Cookies »). This file holds information such as the domain name of the user, their internet service provider, their operating system as well as the date and time of accessing the Site. The Cookies do not put the User's device in danger in any way. is likely to process the User's information when he or she visits the Site, such as the pages he or she consults or his or her search history. This information allows to improve the content of the Site and the user navigation.

Insofar as the Cookies facilitate navigation and / or the services proposed on the Site, the User may configure his or her browser so that the Cookies are not systematically saved on his or her device or so that they are rejected, either systematically or by choice, according to the site that they come from. The User can also configure his or her browser so that he or she has the choice to accept or refuse Cookies before they are saved to his device. informs the User that in this case, not all of the functions of his or her browser may be available for use.

If the User refuses the Cookies (either on his or her browser or device) or erases those which have been saved, the User is informed that his or her use of the site may be limited. This could also occur if or one of its service providers cannot recognise, for technical compatibility reasons, the type of browser used by the device, the language or display parameters, or the country where the device is.

If this occurs declines all responsibility for the consequences stemming from the way in which the Site functions or the services proposed by, resulting (i) from the refusal of the Cookies by the User, and (ii) from the fact that cannot save or consult the Cookies owing to the User's refusal to accept them. As regards the management of the Cookies and the User's choices, the configuration of each browser is different. The browser help menu allows the User to understand how he or she can configure their Cookie choices.

At any time, the User can choose to change his choices as regards the Cookies he accepts. can use external service providers to help collect and process the data described in this section.

By clicking on the icons depicting the different social media (Instagram, Facebook, Pinterest) on the Site or on the mobile app and if the User accepts Cookies during his navigation on the Site or the App of, Instagram, Facebook and Pinterest may also save cookies on the User's device (computer, tablet, telephone).

This type of cookie will only be saved if the User accepts them by continuing to browse on the Site or the app of At any time the User can revoke his or her acceptance of this type of cookie. 

Article 9.2. TAGS occasionally uses tags which can be put in place by an agency specialising in analytics (who may need to store the corresponding information including the User's IP address) who may be based abroad. 

Tags can be placed in online advertisements used by Users to access the Site and also on the corresponding pages of the Site. 

Tags allow to evaluate the way visitors interact with and the efficacy of the advertisement (the number of times a page is opened and which information has been looked at) as well as the way visitors interact with the Site.

The external agency may collect information about visitors to the Site and other sites using tags, they may create reports analysing, and they may supply other services relating to the use of the site and the Internet more widely.