Privacy Policy

This Privacy Statement applies to this website. By choosing to continue to use this website, you agree to the collection and use of personal information and non-personal information by University of Lyon 1 (UCBL) as described here. This Privacy Statement only governs the use and disclosure of information collected through this website.

Collection of Information

The UCBL automatically collects the following information:

  • The Internet Protocol (IP) address and name of the Internet domain you used to access the Internet;
  • The URL of the website from which you linked directly to the website;
  • The date and time you accessed the website;
  • The pages you visited, including the information requested through your browser, the response from your browser, the size of the page you received in response to the request, and the marketing email or web page that referred you to the page you visited; and
  • The web browser and operating system you used to access the website.

Use of Information

The UCBL may use information collected from your visit to this website to:

  • Manage and improve the user experience associated with this website;
  • Track how often people gain access to the website;
  • Conduct education, training, or surveys;
  • Identify anomalies in web traffic in order to help protect personal and UCBL institutional information; and
  • Exercise the UCBL’s legal rights, defend against legal claims, or respond to subpoenas, court orders, or other legal processes.

Collection Methods

The UCBL may use various technologies such as cookies, applets, scripts, server logs, custom URL parameters, tracking images, information and correspondence, or web analytics to collect information. Depending on your browser you may be able to disable certain collection methods. This may limit your ability to use some features of this website.


The UCBL retains your data for the duration of the test phase of the website.

Additional Rights You May Have Regarding Your Data

Applicable laws may give you additional rights to request access to, or to request the erasure, correction or transfer of, your data.  For example, the European Union’s General Data Protection Regulation (EU GDPR) provides certain rights to persons who were/are residing in the European Union when data were/are collected. If the EU GDPR applies to your data then you may ask to see your data or request, to the extent allowed by law, to have your data corrected or erased. You may also object to or request restrictions on how your data will be processed. You may ask that your data be forwarded or transferred to another organization. Finally, to the extent allowed by law, you may withdraw consent you have given to certain data processing, without penalty. If you do decide to withdraw consent at a later date, your withdrawal will not affect the legality of the processing of your data up to that point.