Privacy Policy

How we use, collect and store your Data?

Sending your data to Carving Labs allows us to respond to your request for access to the case study.

Your data is under no circumstances transferred to third parties.

In accordance with Law No. 78-17 of 01/06/1978 as amended, relating to data processing, files and freedoms, and Regulation (EU) 2016/679, you have a right of access, rectification , deletion, limitation, opposition and portability of your data by sending your request to [email protected].


Certain information, such as the IP (Internet Protocol) address of your computer may be stored on your computer through “cookies” (or “tracker”), in order to improve the conditions of navigation and access to the information published by Carving Labs as well as the services provided by Carving Labs by allowing Carving Labs to remember certain information already communicated through the collection forms and more generally on the site.

A cookie is not an executable program and is not likely to cause damage to your machine. It designates a text file that can be saved in a dedicated space on the hard drive of your terminal (computer, tablet, or smartphone), when consulting a service accessible online. A cookie allows its issuer to identify the terminal in which it is recorded, during the period of validity or recording of the cookie. The cookie therefore does not allow you to be identified as such; it is used to record your browsing information on the site.

To preserve your Data, You can always configure your browser so that it refuses cookies (the practical arrangements for refusing cookies are available on the CNIL website “”) but deactivating cookies may make navigation slower or more difficult, and in some cases prevent You from accessing information on the site accessible only to registered users. We decline all responsibility for the consequences linked to the degraded functioning of our services resulting from the impossibility for us to record or consult the cookies necessary for their operation and which you have refused or deleted.