Personal data

Personal data protection charter.

The purpose of this “Charter for the protection of personal data” is to inform the “User” in a clear, simple and complete manner. on how the “Site” may be required, directly or indirectly, to collect personal data.

Collection of personal data

Mailing list

The mailing list is managed by Mailchimp. Refer to their site for more details by clicking on this link:

To allow my independence from the mailing list provider, I keep the list of subscribed people. This is never communicated, except to a possible new mailing list provider who would act as a trusted third party. If this were to happen, subscribers would be notified.

Each subscriber can request removal from this list on simple request. Unsubscribing is manual and will be processed as quickly as possible.

Composition services

The information collected as part of the establishment and execution of a service contract is recorded in a computerized file that only I manage. The legal basis for the processing is the proper execution of the service contract.

Note that this data is not collected by the Site. They are presented here solely for the sake of transparency.

The data below must be provided. Otherwise, the service contract cannot be executed.

These data are:

  • Email address for correspondence (in particular for delivery of the composition in digital form: score in PDF, music mixed in WAV or MP3)
  • Name, first name, postal address for invoicing

The data collected is not communicated. They are kept for 10 years for accounting reasons.

You can access the data concerning you, rectify it, request its erasure or exercise your right to limit the processing of your data. You can withdraw your consent to the processing of your data at any time, which would void any current contract.

Visit the site for more information on your rights.

To exercise these rights or for any questions about the processing of your data in this device, you can contact me by email address:

If you believe, after contacting me, that your “Computer and Liberties” rights are not respected, you can send a complaint to the French CNIL.

Translated using Google Translate & manual review