Privacy and Cookies Policy

ANTHOS SAS (hereinafter “ANTHOS”) operates the Website.

Privacy and data protection of the Website’s Users are extremely important to ANTHOS. Therefore, ANTHOS is committed to the appropriate protection and use of Personal Data that has been collected online.

This privacy and cookies policy (Hereinafter “Policy”) informs the User of ANTHOS’s policy regarding the collection, use and disclosure of Personal Information of the User of the Website.

By using this Website and/or providing Personal Information, User agrees to the collection and use of his/her Personal Data in accordance with this Policy.

This Policy may be modified at any time, therefore the User must refer to the latest version of the Policy before any use of the Services.

1. Definitions:

Applicable Regulation”: is the Regulation (EU) 2016/679 of the European Parliament and the Council of 27 April 2016 on the protection of natural persons with regard to the processing of personal data and on the free movement of such data

Cookies” are small text files which help the User’s browser navigate through the Website. The Cookie file is generated and sent to the Users browser from the Website and it is accepted and processed by the User’s browser. It is then stored on the User’s computer hard drive by the browser.

IP Address” (Internet Protocol address) is a number assigned to the User’s computer by his Internet Service Provider (ISP) when it is accessing the Internet.

Personal Data” : is a personal information that identify the User as an individual or relates to an identifiable individual.

User”: is the visitor of the Website.

Website” : is the website accessible through the internet address and/or

2. Data controller and CONTACT:

The Personal Data controller is ANTHOS SAS (ANTHOS) which has its principal office at 16 cours Albert 1er, Paris, France.

For any question about this Policy or the protection of his/her Data, the User can contact ANTHOS at


ANTHOS may collect Personal Data related to the User such as:

3.1. Personal Data provided directly by the User

ANTHOS may collect the User’s Personal Data that are provided voluntarily by the User, for example when the User contacts ANTHOS by email through its mail box

3.2 Personal Data obtained indirectly and automatically by ANTHOS

While the User is browsing the Website, ANTHOS and its service providers collect various personal information related to the User:

3.2.1 Log data

Like many website operators, ANTHOS collects information that the User’s browser sends whenever one visits the Website (”Log Data”).

This Log Data may include information such as the visitor computer’s Internet Protocol (“IP”) address, browser type, browser version, characteristics of the devices used to connect the Website, the visited pages of the Website, the time and date of the visit, the time spend on those pages and other statistics.

3.2.2 Cookies

Like many sites, ANTHOS uses cookies to collect information to remember the USER’s computer or device and to serve a number of purposes:

  1. Essential cookies

Essential cookies enable the User to browse the Website and to use its services and features. Without these absolute necessary cookies, the Website will not perform as smoothly as it should to and ANTHOS may not be able to provide the Website or certain services or features.

  1. Preference cookies

Preference cookies collect information about the choices and preferences of the User, and allow ANTHOS to remember language or other local settings and customize the Website accordingly. These cookies help ANTHOS to enhance the experience of the User of the Website.

  1. Analytics cookies

Analytics cookies collect information about the use of the Website by the User and help ANTHOS to improve the way it works.

  1. Social media cookies:

ANTHOS could use social media cookies to integrate social media sharing tools into the Website or links to the social media website.

The User should review the terms of use and Privacy Policies of these social media websites to be informed how they use the User’s information as through these social buttons, these sites may provide non-personal information such as log information about the user’s online activities.

  1. User’s acceptance or rejection of cookies:

If the user does not wish ANTHOS to use all or parts of the cookies, he/she can click here :

(Link to a page where the cookies settings are available)

At any time, the User may modify his/her wishes regarding trackers by configuring its browser to accept or refuse trackers. In order to do so, the User may consult the following pages to find more information about deleting cookies on the most common browsers:

To learn more about cookies and how to manage and delete them, further information can be found in the User’s browser’s helpfile or through the website

The cookies’ seeting chosen by the User may modify or limit access to the Website or may limit its use. ANTHOS will not be responsible or liable for such limitation or impossibility of using the Website.


4.1. Social media button

ANTHOS may use “social buttons” which are buttons for third party social media websites.

Social media which offer these functionalities may identify the User even though the User does not use these functionalities on this Website. Indeed, such functionalities allow social media websites to track information about the User’s browsing on this Website whenever the User’s social media account is active while browsing this Website.

ANTHOS do not control how these social media websites collect personal data while the User is browsing ANTHOS’S Website. The User should review the terms of use and Privacy Policies of these social media websites to be informed how they use the User’s information as through these social buttons.

– Linkedin  :

4.2. Google analytics

ANTHOS uses Google Analytics to collect and analyse information about uses of the Website and report on activies and trends in order to measure the Website performance and improve it.

This service may also collect information regarding the use of other websites, apps and online resources. More information about how Google Analytics uses user data can be found here: and here

In order to provide website visitors with more choice on how their data is collected by Google Analytics, Google have developed the Google Analytics Opt-out Browser Add-on ( The add-on communicates with the Google Analytics JavaScript (ga.js) to indicate that information about the website visit should not be sent to Google Analytics. The Google Analytics Opt-out Browser Add-on does not prevent information from being sent to the website itself or to other web analytics services.

4.3. Google Map

ANTHOS uses Google Map application to display interactive maps in order to provide the User with maps for example maps showing where ANTHOS members and associates are based.

When the User brows a page that display such map provide by Google Map, the User’s browser is in direct contact with Google Map and its servers. Google Map may collect User’s Data.

4.4. AddToAny 

AddToAny is an application used by ANTHOS to implement social media buttons in order to help the User to share content from the Website on social media websites and applications.

AddToAny may use User’s Data. More information about how AddToAny uses user data can be found here:


ANTHOS may collect, gather, process and store Personal Data collected via its Website for the following legitimate purposes:

  • to enable the User to browse the Website,
  • to manage and improve the Website,
  • to manage and respond to any request the User submits through the Website,
  • to analyze personal data for business reporting,
  • to respect and fulfill ANTHOS legal obligations
  • to make available sharing tools for social media websites where the User has agreed to the sharing of such information


ANTHOS collects and processed Personal Data of the User in compliance with the Applicable regulation and relies on one of the following circumstances:

1/ to comply with a legal obligation

2/ to perform a contractual obligation

3/ to protect the vital interests of an individual

4/ for the purpose of the legitimate interests of ANTHOS, so long as it does not outweigh the User’s interests

5/ with the consent of the User


ANTHOS keeps the User’s Data only for the necessary for the purposes envisaged, in accordance with the Applicable Regulation.





  • Connection and navigation Data such as Log data
  • data relating to the interaction with the Website and/or ANTHOS
  • Data collected from other sources
  • For the duration of the relationship with the User and for 3 years after it ends
  • 3 years after the collection of the data or 3 years after the last contact with the User
  • to provide, improve and personalize the website
  • to fulfill legal obligations
  • to manage a relationship with the User (e.g.: respond to his email)
  • to personalize advertisements

As the case may be:

  • consent
  • performance of a contract
  • legitimate interests
  • legal obligation

Connection and navigation Data generated by cookies

13 months Maximum

  • to analyze and create statistics
  • to personalize advertisements

As the case may be:

  • consent
  • legitimate interests
  • legal obligation


The Personal Data collected and processed during the browsing of the Website are sent to ANTHOS as well as :

  • ANTHOS’s sub-contractors allowed to host and store User’s Data on their servers and ensure the security of the infrastructure,
  • ANTHOS’s service providers in order to facilitate services they provide to ANTHOS such as website hosting, data analysis, email delivery, auditing and other services,
  • Third-party application and services accessible from the Website if the User has given his/her consent during the use of the applications or services,
  • Public, administrative or judicial authorities especially if the Personal Data is requisitioned.


The Website includes links to third-party websites or services such as social media websites that are not under the control of ANTHOS and are operated by third parties.

The User accepts and acknowledge this Policy does not apply to the third-party websites or services. Therefore, ANTHOS cannot be held liable for the personal data collection and processing that are operating by these websites which have their own data protection policies if any.


The security of the Personal Information is important to ANTHOS which has reasonable security measures to protect personal information from loss, destruction or alteration, but the User must keep in mind that no method of transmission over the internet, or method of electronic storage, is 100% secure. While ANTHOS strives to use commercially acceptable means to protect Users personal information, ANTHOS cannot guarantee its absolute security.


The User is informed and accepts that the Personal Data may be transferred to service providers, subcontractors and partners located outside the European Union. Prior to the transfer, and in accordance with the Applicable Regulation, ANTHOS would take the measures required to obtain the necessary guarantees for the security of such transfers to countries that do not provide an adequate level of protection, such as standard contractual clauses adopted by the European Commission to protect Personal Data, or the EU/US Privacy Shield as it may be revised or replaced, or any other valid transfer mechanisms that may be available in the future.


If ANTHOS processes personal information about the User, the Applicable regulation grant the following right to the User :

  • The right to access the Data
  • The right to rectify the Data
  • The right to object to the collection and processing of its Data
  • The right to erase of the Data
  • The right to restrict the collection and processing of the data
  • The right to the Data portability

These rights can be exercises by the User by sending a request to ANTHOS by e-mail or post mail to the following addresses:

E-mail address:

Post address:


16 cours Albert 1er

75008 Paris


ANTHOS will make all reasonable and practical efforts to comply with such a request, so long as it is consistent with applicable law and professional standards.

ANTHOS reserves its right to verify the User’s identity.

The User is informed and understand that exercising certain rights may restrict or prevent access or use of the service.

If ANTHOS does not reply to the User or if the User is not satisfied with ANTHOS’s reply, the User has the right to complain to the EU Data Protection Authority (“DPA”) where an alleged infringement of applicable data protection law occurs (see :