Legal notice and privacy policy

Article 1 – General information

MOS – Mindonsite SA has created this legal notice and privacy policy to demonstrate our commitment to privacy. This policy discloses the information gathering and dissemination practices for, newsletters and other types of communications.

By accessing the MOS – MindOnSite SA website, you agree to this privacy policy. Please do not use the MOS – MindOnSite website if you do not accept this policy. This policy may be updated at any time. We, therefore, invite you to consult it regularly.

MOS – MindOnSite is concerned about the rights of individuals, particularly about automated data processing, and in a desire for transparency with users of its website, the company has set up a policy covering all such processing, the purposes for which it is carried out and the means of action available to individuals so that they can exercise their rights to the fullest.

For any further information on the protection of personal data, we invite you to consult we invite you to consult the information page on the Federal Data Protection Act.

The version of these terms of use currently online is the only one that can be enforced during the entire period of use of the site and until a new version replaces it.

Article 2 – Legal notice

Site (hereafter « the site »)

Provider (hereafter « the provider »)

MOS – MindOnSite SA

Whose registered office is located at Avenue de la gare 10, 1003 Lausanne, Switzerland

Represented by Elodie Primo Amado, in her capacity as CEO

Phone : +41 21 331 22 80

e-mail :

Host (hereafter « the host»)

MS Azure

Data Protection Officer (DPO)

A data protection officer, Xavier Pfister,, is at your disposal for any questions relating to the protection of your data.

Article 3 – Perimeter

The present legal notice applies to any natural person who visits the website, who uses the applications made available and generally for any event in which the person participates within the framework of the services offered by the publisher.

Article 4 – Access to the site

Access to and use of the site is strictly for personal use. You undertake no use of this site and the information or data contained therein for commercial, political or advertising purposes or any form of commercial solicitation, in particular the sending of unsolicited e-mails.

Article 5 – Site content

The information provided on the publisher’s website is for information purposes only. The publisher cannot guarantee the accuracy, completeness or topicality of the information provided on the site. The publisher makes every effort to provide users with available and verified information and tools, but cannot be held responsible for errors, omissions and/or lack of availability of information and services.

Consequently, the user acknowledges that he/she uses this information under his/her exclusive responsibility.

In general, the publisher cannot be held responsible for any direct or indirect damage resulting from the use of its site.

All elements of this site (in particular texts, graphics, animations, videos, etc.) and its linguistic variations are the property of the publisher, excluding elements emanating from its partners, and are protected as such by the legislation relating to intellectual property rights and databases. The user may not use, distribute, copy, reproduce, modify, distort or transmit the site or elements of the site such as, but not limited to, texts, images, trademarks and logos without the prior written authorisation of the publisher or the holders of the rights.

Failure to comply with this prohibition may constitute an infringement of intellectual property rights and may therefore incur liability, including in the context of criminal proceedings.

Article 6 – Site management

The provider is the owner of its site and reserves the right to modify the content at any time and without notice and without being held responsible for the consequences of such modifications.
In addition, the publisher reserves the right to interrupt, suspend, or remove all or part of the functionality of the sites and/or their publication at any time and without notice.

Article 7 – Responsabilities

The provider cannot be held responsible in the event of a failure, breakdown, difficulty or interruption in operation, preventing access to the site or one of its functions.
The equipment you use to connect to the site is your sole responsibility. You must take all appropriate measures to protect your equipment and your data, particularly from viral Internet attacks. You are also solely responsible for the sites and data that you consult.
The publisher cannot be held responsible in the event of legal proceedings against you:
– due to the use of the site or any service accessible via the Internet;
– as a result of your failure to comply with these general conditions.

Article 8 – Hyperlinks

The establishment by users of any hypertext links to all or part of the site is authorised by the publisher. Any link must be withdrawn on a simple request from the publisher.

External sites with a hypertext link to this site are not under the control of the publisher and the publisher, therefore, declines all responsibility for their content. The user is solely responsible for their use.

Article 9 – Data collection through forms and data protection

Collection and use of personal information

We do not collect any personally identifiable information about you unless you give us such information. For example, if you sign up for our newsletters or download a white paper, we will ask you for certain information (name, email address, etc.). When you provide personally identifiable information through, you consent to its collection, use and disclosure as described in this Privacy Policy. If you do not want us to collect personally identifiable information about you, please do not provide it.

We use your personal information to respond to your requests, provide our services or inform you of other offers that may be of interest to you.

Whenever and however we collect, process and use your data, we take steps to ensure that it is treated securely and by the privacy policy.

Protection of personal data

Your data is collected by MOS – MindOnSite.

In application of the legal and regulatory provisions in force relating to the protection of personal data, the publisher is responsible for the personal data collected in its capacity as a subcontractor vis-à-vis the data controller (principal) and is responsible for processing vis-à-vis its consultants and subcontractors.

Access to one of the publisher’s applications may require the provision of personal data, such as registration forms. The data subject may choose not to submit the requested personal data, but this may limit access to the said application.

The processing of personal data by the publisher is based on the following fundamental principles.

Article 10 – Right of access, rectification and removal of your data

Under the regulations applicable to personal data, any data subject who can prove his or her identity may ask the DPO: for access to his or her data, rectification, deletion, limitation of processing, opposition to processing and/or request for portability.
Any data subject also has the right to complain to a supervisory authority.
We are happy to discuss this with you and recommend that you contact us in the first instance before complaining to an authority.

Article 11 – Use of data collected

The collection of data may be necessary for the purposes and delivery of the expected service, namely:

  • To process and respond to a request, order, download, subscription or other transaction;
  • To provide, activate and manage access to and use of the applications made available;
  • To provide technical support, a complimentary service or product and thus enable the proper functioning of the applications made available;
  • To provide personalised content and other customisations to make the applications provided more relevant;
  • To respond to any queries raised by data subjects;
  • To provide targeted advertising, promotional messages, notifications and other information about the publisher’s services;
  • To invite participation in surveys;
  • To identify usage patterns and develop data analysis, including for research, audit, reporting and other business purposes;
  • To comply with legal obligations, resolve disputes and enforce contractual obligations;
  • To prevent fraud, to enable the publisher’s co-contractors to comply with their legal obligations;
  • To enable users to navigate the sites and applications made available.

Article 12 – Data retention policy

The personal data collected and processed by the publisher are kept for the time necessary to organise and provide the service requested.
This data is then kept to meet an administrative interest, particularly in the event of litigation, justifying keeping it for the duration of the applicable prescription/foreclosure rules, particularly in commercial, civil and fiscal matters.
Data collected for commercial prospecting purposes are kept for a maximum of three (3) years from the end of the commercial relationship.
The data collected for browsing the site is kept for a maximum of one (1) year.

Article 13 – Sharing personal data with third parties

Personal data collected for the above purposes may be disclosed to a third party in the following cases:

  • To comply with any applicable law, regulation, legal process or other legal obligation;
  • To detect, investigate and help prevent security, fraud or technical problems;
  • To protect the rights, property or safety of the publisher, its users, employees or others; and
  • To carry out a general transaction, such as a transfer of assets or an acquisition through a merger with another company.

Article 14 – Site audience

This website uses Google Analytics, a web analysis service provided by Google Inc (“Google”).

Google Analytics uses “cookies”, which are text files placed on your computer, to help the website analyze how users use the site. The information generated by the cookie about your use of the website (including your IP address) will be transmitted to and stored by Google on servers in the United States. Google will use this information to evaluate your use of the website, compiling reports on website activity for website operators and providing other services relating to website activity and internet usage. Google may also transfer this information to third parties where required to do so by law, or where such third parties process the information on Google’s behalf. Google will not associate your IP address with any other data held by Google. You may refuse the use of cookies by selecting the appropriate settings on your browser, however, please note that if you do this you may not be able to use the full functionality of this website.

By using this website, you consent to the processing of data about you by Google in the manner and for the purposes set out above.

Article 15 – Commercial offers

By providing your data through forms, you are likely to receive commercial offers from the publisher. If you do not wish to receive such offers, please write to us at the following link: You will also be able to unsubscribe from the mailing lists at any time from the emails sent.
If you access personal data while visiting the site, you must refrain from any collection, unauthorised use or any act that may constitute an infringement of the privacy or reputation of individuals. The publisher declines all responsibility in this respect.

Article 16 – Cookies

As part of the use of the sites, information relating to the user’s navigation may be recorded in text files called “cookies” installed on the user’s terminal.
General information on cookies
A cookie is a small, often encrypted, text file stored in the web browser. When visiting a website and after explicitly sending the user consent, the browser sends information to the browser which then creates a text file on the receiving terminal (PC, phone, tablet, or any other device), which contains information about the visit to the said site. Cookies are necessary to make navigation easier and more user-friendly, and they do not damage the computer.
When browsing this site for the first time, a banner explaining the use of “cookies” will appear. From then on, the user can accept or refuse the use of cookies on the publisher’s website and his browser. In case of acceptance, the consent given will be valid for a period of thirteen (13) months. The user can deactivate the cookies from the settings of his browser.

Cookies used by the provider’s website

The cookies used by are used to personalise the content of the site to optimise the visitor or customer experience. They are also used to provide social media functionality and to analyze traffic. Information about the use of the publisher’s site is shared with social media, advertising and analytics partners, who may combine this with other information provided to them or collected by them in the course of using their services.

Several types of cookies may be installed:

Technical navigation cookies (ii)

Cookie Description Category Duration
_cfduid Web traffic detection Mandatory 30 days
Visitor Preserve the state of the user’s session Mandatory Session
Lang Reminder of the choice of the language of the site, used by LinkedIn Preferences Session

Statistical cookies (ii)

Cookie Description Category Duration
_utma, _utmb, _utmc, _utmz Traffic analysis, used by Google Analytics Statistics Up to 2 years
Analyticsynchistory Data collection, used by LinkedIn Statistics 29 days
Visit Collection of data to recognise a former user Statistics 1 day
Api/v1/analytics/create Data collection, used by Plezi Statistics Session

Advertising cookies (iii)

Cookie Description Category Duration
_fbp, fr, tr Used by Facebook to serve relevant ads Social media Up to 3 months
Bcookie, bscookie, lang, lidc, usermatchhistory Used by LinkedIn to track user activity and deliver relevant services or advertising Social media Up to 30 days
Ide, r/collect, VISITOR_INFO1_LIVE, YSC, yt.innertube:::nextld, yt.innertube:::requests, yt-remote-cast-installed, yt-remote-connected-devices, yt-remote-device-id, yt-remote-fast-check-period, yt-remote-session-app, yt-remote-session-name Used by Youtube or Google to record the use of a Youtube video. If the user is logged in, this data is associated with their Google account. Social media Up to 6 months
St_samesite Used by ShareThis to track visitor’s web site navigation and preferences


Marketing Session
Test_cookie Used to check that the user’s browser supports cookies Marketing 1 day
Intercom.intercom-state-rjl6ru74, intercom-id-rjl6ru74, intercom-session-rjl6ru74, Used by Intercom to record user session data Marketing Up to 9 months

(i) Technical navigation cookies

Technical cookies are those used throughout the browsing process which is either strictly necessary for the provision of the site or which allow certain functions on the site to be facilitated and executed. For example, a technical cookie allows us to record the type and version of your browser, the dates and times of visits, connection identifiers, and the history and content of orders, including in the event of a non-finalised purchase. Thus, during future connections, it is no longer necessary to enter certain information again.

(ii) Statistical cookies

Audience measurement cookies make it possible to establish statistics on the number of visitors, evaluate the ergonomics of the site and also to detect problems with navigation on the site or organise certain content.

(iii) Advertising cookies (social media)

Advertising cookies enable the recognition of a user who returns to the site or consults another website. Thanks to these cookies, it is possible to track visitors through the website. The aim is to display advertisements that are relevant and interesting.
Third parties (including advertising agencies, social networks, and service providers such as retargeting services or behavioural analysis) may also use cookies over which it is not possible to have control. These cookies may be used to analyse performance or to allow for tailored targeting of advertisements that are displayed on the web browser.
To benefit from the full functionality of the site, the user should accept all cookies. However, the user can oppose the recording of these cookies by directly configuring his or her internal browser.
No data transmission over the Internet or any other network can be guaranteed to be 100% secure, but we undertake to take all appropriate measures to protect the security of your data.
Questions about your data
If you have any questions about your data, please contact us at

Article 17 – Photography and product representation

The photographs of products, accompanying their description, are not contractual and do not engage the provider.

Article 18 – Applicable law

The terms and conditions of use are governed by Swiss law and are subject to the jurisdiction of the courts of the publisher’s registered office, subject to a specific attribution of jurisdiction arising from a particular legal or regulatory text.

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