We attach great importance to the protection and respect of your data and therefore to your privacy. This privacy policy describes the information we may collect during your visit to www.omind.me and how we will use it.


We will not collect any information that could be used to personally or directly identify you unless you voluntarily provide it by completing the appropriate forms.

The personal data that we gather is collected through a contact form. If you complete our form, we will collect the following information:

– Surname

– Given name

– Email address

If you provide us with the above data, we will use it to answer your query, with your consent, as well as for marketing purposes or to present our product to you as justified on the grounds of our legitimate interests.


 The data controller is as follows:

SAS Open Mind Innovation with a capital of 61 946 €, registered at the RCS of Bobigny under the number 818 971 111 whose head office is located at 7 Place du 11 Novembre 1918 – 93000 Bobigny. 

Telephone number: +33 (0)1 88 32 01 23

Email address: hello@omind.me



Only those persons who need access to your data in order to fulfil their duties will be authorised to
receive it.

The data may be accessible to our subcontractors, in cases limited to what is strictly necessary for the purposes of the duties we have entrusted to them (hosting and prospecting tools).



In accordance with the applicable regulations, you have the right to access, transfer, rectify or erase your data, as well as the right to object to or limit the processing of your data.

The right to object is the option for an internet user to refuse the use of their personal data for certain purposes mentioned at the time of collection.

The right to erasure is the option for an internet user to request that their personal data should no longer appear, for example, in a mailing list.

To exercise your rights, please contact: dpo@omind.me

If you feel that your rights have not been respected, you can file a complaint with the French Data Protection Agency, the Commission Nationale Informatique et Libertés (CNIL).



The personal information we collect is kept in a secure environment. The people who work for us are required to keep your information confidential.

We are committed to maintaining a high level of privacy by making use of the latest technological innovations to ensure your data is kept confidential.

However, as no system is completely secure, there is always a degree of risk involved when using the Internet to transmit personal data.



The personal data (surname, given name and email address) that you provide in the contact form will be kept for a maximum of 3 years.



  1. What is a cookie?

A cookie is a small text file deposited on a user’s terminal (computer, tablet, smartphone, etc.) when the user visits a website.

It contains several pieces of data: the name of the server that deposited it, an identifier in the form of a unique number, and an expiry date. Cookies have various functions. Their purpose is to record the language settings of a site, to collect information about your navigation on a site, to send personalised services, etc.

Only the issuer of a cookie can read, save or modify the information contained in it.

A cookie does not allow the user to be identified but is used to record information relating to the
user’s navigation on the website.

2. Cookies on the website

We collect certain pieces of information through the use of cookies. This mainly includes the following information:

  • Pages visited
  • Connection time
  • Device category
  • Operating system
  • Time and day of connection
  • Source of the connection

We collect this data in order to assess the impact and popularity of the website, as well as to improve its usability.

3. Accepting or rejecting cookies

Users can accept or reject all or some of the cookies, at any time, by modifying their browser settings (go to the browser’s “Help” function to find out more) or by visiting one of the following pages, depending on the browser used:

For your information, most browsers accept cookies by default. Users can change their options regarding cookies at any time. Changing cookie settings may modify the site navigation terms and conditions on the website, as well as the terms and conditions governing access to certain services, and may lead to some site elements malfunctioning.

For more information about cookies and how to prevent their placement, users can visit the dedicated page on the French data protection authority’s website: https://www.cnil.fr/en/gestion-des-cookies.

4. Period of validity of consent to cookies

The maximum period of validity of consent to cookies is 13 months. We will ask for your consent to cookies every 13 months.