Legal Notice

CCIN – Commission de Contrôle des Informations Nominatives

The Commission de Contrôle des Informations Nominatives (CCIN) maintains this website.
Address: 12, avenue de Fontvieille - 98.000 MONACO
Tel: (+377) 97.70.22.44

Publications director :
Guy MAGNAN – President of the CCIN

Technical provider

The hosting of the site of the CCIN is provided by GROUPE COMPLUS

General conditions of use

The general conditions of use are intended to define the terms of use of the website, which can be accessed via the address www.ccin.mc.

Intellectual property rights

The images, logos, and content of this site are protected by intellectual and industrial property rights. Any retrieval, processing, or use of these shall be done according to the current legislation.

The copying or duplication of all or parts of the content published on this site shall be authorised only under the following conditions:

1 by quoting the sources of the copied content : www.ccin.mc
2 by mentioning " © CCIN"
3 the distribution must be free of charge
4 the respect of the integrity of the contents reproduced
5 a destination that does not adversely affect public order or good morals, the right of individuals, and in general, the current legislation
6 the absence of any possible confusion about the existence of any affiliation, certification, or validation to the CCIN.

Linking to the site www.ccin.mc

Linking to the site www.ccin.mc is authorised for purely informational purposes, relating to the protection of personal information and the respect of privacy. Such a link does not imply under any circumstances the existence of an affiliation, certification or validation by the CCIN.

Scope of the content

As a rule, only the legislation actually adopted in a plenary meeting are committed to by the CCIN.
Relating to the standard texts reproduced on the site, only the versions published in the Journal of Monaco are valid. The other documents are provided for information only.

Protection of personal data

Additional information on processing implemented by the CCIN

In the context of the missions conferred on it by the law n°1.165 of the 23 December 1993, modified, the CCIN maintains the automated processing that have the following purposes:

- « Maintenance of the Data Processing Register »
- « Organisation and management of the missions and activities of the Secretariat of the CCIN », under the denomination of OGEMAS
- « Development of information and communication tools of the CCIN»
- « Creation and maintenance of the CCIN address book » 
- « Maintenance of the CCIN website »
- « Management of electronic messaging for businesses »
- « Management of landlines »
- « Management of activities relating to instructions,  controls, and claims »
- « Elaboration of the CCIN publications »
- « Scheduling management of the agents of the Secretariat General »
- « Vacation management of the agents of the Secretariat General »
- « Management of the consultations of the legal services »
- « Preparation and organisation of the plenary meetings of the Commission »
- « Human Resource Management »
- « Multifunction printer management »
- « Accreditation management of the computer systems »
- « Management of the records of the suppliers and service providers »
- « Accounting management of the CCIN »

The data subjects have the right to access, amend, delete, and oppose any information that concerns them personally (except where such processing is carried out  in the public interest by the CCIN) bry writing to the General Secretariat, 12 avenue de Fontvieille, 98000 Monaco.

Cookies

When you connect to the site, the CCIN does not collect or store any data that concerns you. However, when you click the link "Test your traces", the server of the CCIN displays the information transmitted by your browser on your screen without necessarily maintaining or storing them.

Distributed information

The information distributed on the site may in some cases be of a personal nature. Based on studies and research conducted by the CCIN, these data may be maintained in the context of automated processing lawfully implemented.