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Pursuant to Article 6 III-1 of Law No. 2004-575 of June 21, 2004,
regarding confidence in the digital economy, you are hereby informed
that :

  • The website www.blinsee.io is owned by NUTB SAS, registered with the Trade and Companies Register (RCS) in Vienne under the number B 915 111 447, located at 2 Chemin de Saranavier, 38790 Diemoz, and is the operator of the site.
  • VAT number: FR01915111447
  • Hosting Service Provider : OVH

Site Development :

Contact Information :

  • Sales and Customer Support Contact: contact[@]nutb.io


Terms of Use for the Website

Terms of Use

Access to the website « www.blinsee.io » is free of charge. The costs associated with accessing and using the telecommunication network are the responsibility of the internet user, according to the terms set by their access provider and telecom operator. « www.blinsee.io » is an informational website; the information on this website is strictly for informational purposes and does not imply any legal commitment or contractual agreement on the part of the website operator, who also reserves the right to modify its characteristics and content.


The website operator makes every effort to provide users with accurate and verified information and tools but cannot be held responsible for errors, information unavailability, or the presence of viruses on the site. The information provided by the website operator is for informational purposes and does not replace the need for additional and personalized analysis. The website operator cannot guarantee the accuracy, completeness, or timeliness of the information published on the site.


As a result, the user acknowledges using this information under their exclusive responsibility. Users of the website « www.blinsee.io » are required to comply with the provisions of the law on Information Technology, Files, and Civil Liberties of January 6, 1978, as amended, violation of which is subject to criminal sanctions. They must refrain, concerning personal information to which they have access, from any collection, misuse, and, in general, any action that may infringe on the privacy or reputation of individuals.

Intellectual Property

The general structure, as well as the software, texts, images (animated or not), sounds, know-how, and all other elements composing the site, are the exclusive property of the website operator. Any total or partial reproduction and/or copy, by any means and on any medium, without the written authorization of the website operator, is prohibited and constitutes an infringement punishable by articles L.335-2 and following of the Intellectual Property Code. This limitation also applies to downloadable documents, as well as photos, graphics, or other documents on this website.


Any request for authorization should be addressed to the director of publication.


The name and logos of Blindsee are registered trademarks of Nutb SAS. Any use of these trademarks without the authorization of Nutb SAS, except those made available to the press, is prohibited.


Links on Nutb’s website may provide access to servers managed by third parties. Nutb SAS has no control over these servers or the information contained on these sites and cannot guarantee the accuracy, currency, or validity of the information found there. Users and visitors to the « www.blinsee.io » website may not establish a hyperlink to this site without the express and prior authorization of the website operator.


The visuals used on the Blindsee website are the property of Nutb SAS or are used with the permission of the copyright holders. The use of these images is strictly prohibited without permission from the publisher.

Data Protection

The Data Protection Act and the General Data Protection Regulation (RGPD) coming into effect on May 25, 2018, define the principles to be followed during the collection, processing, and storage of personal data. They also guarantee a number of rights for the individuals concerned.


Several forms are present on the website www.blinsee.io to collect visitor data:

  • 1 : Objectives
    The collection of data on the website www.blinsee.io aims to create a file for the management of prospects and clients of Nutb SAS. This file is used for statistical purposes, to contact and offer content to visitors.
  • 2 : Relevance of Data
    To better track the interest of prospects and clients of Nutb SAS, the file collects all information from visitors to the www.blinsee.io website related to identity, profession, and their activity on the www.blinsee.io website. In accordance with data protection laws, information related to racial or ethnic origins, political, philosophical or religious opinions, trade union membership, health, or sexual life of an individual is not collected.
  • 3 : Lawfulness of Processing and Conditions for Consent (Art.6 and Art.7 of the RGPD)
    Consent for the processing of a visitor’s personal data is systematically obtained for one or more specific purposes. For example, when filling out a blog registration form, obtaining the visitor’s email address is intended to send them a notification of new publications.
  • 4 : Data Retention
    Data collected on the www.blinsee.io website is retained for a maximum period of 3 years, after the last visit to the website by the individual. At the end of this period, all data related to the individual is deleted.
  • 5 : Rights of Individuals (Art.16 to 20 of the RGPD)
    In accordance with data protection laws and the RGPD, any person can exercise their right of access, rectification, opposition, limitation of processing, deletion, and data portability by making a request by mail to the registered office address of Nutb SAS, or by filling out a request via the contact form: https://blindsee.io/contact-en/.
    Nutb will respond no later than one month after the request for access or rectification.
  • 7 : Data Breach and Communication within 72 Hours (Art. 33 and Art. 34 of the RGPD)
    In the event of a breach or suspected breach of personal data, Nutb SAS and its subcontractors will notify the CNIL, within 72 hours of becoming aware of it.

Cookie Usage Policy

What Is a Cookie?

Cookies are small amounts of information stored in files within your computer’s browser. Cookies are accessible and recorded by the websites you visit and by the companies that display their advertising on websites so they can recognize the browser. Websites can only access cookies they have stored on your computer. For example, if computer company X stores a cookie on your browser, X can access its own cookie, but not that of another company.


By using the website www.blinsee.io, you consent to the use of cookies.

Purposes of Cookies Used on the Site

The website www.blinsee.io uses cookies for the following purposes:

  • To help us recognize your browser as that of a previous visitor and save the preferences you determined during your previous visit to the site ;
  • To help us personalize the content and ads you see when you visit the site ;
  • To help us measure and study the effectiveness of our online interactive content, features, ads, and other communications ; et
  • To track analytical data on the site, the use of the site by users, and to improve the site’s services.

List of Cookies Used on the Site

Google Analytics

We use Google Analytics to collect information on how visitors use the site, allowing us to better understand their expectations. This enables us to continuously improve the site.
Google Analytics records information about the pages you visit, the duration of your visit, the source pages, and more. We do not receive or store any personal information such as name or address: this cookie cannot be used to identify you. We do not allow Google to use or share browsing data on our site with a third party. The expiration indicated below represents the lifespan of a cookie on your browser.



This cookie allows us to distinguish visitors.

Expiration : 1 hour


This cookie is used to prevent excessive calls to DoubleClick servers within a given timeframe.

Expiration : 10 minutes

This randomly generated number is used to know the number of unique visitors to our site.
Expiration : 2 years

This randomly generated number is used (with _utmc) to determine the average duration of visits to our site.
Expiration : 30 minutes

This randomly generated number is used (with _utmb) to determine when you close your browser.
Expiration : End of session

This is a randomly generated number as well as information about how the visitor arrived at the site (via a link, organic search, or sponsored search).
Expiration : 6 months

This cookie contains a randomly generated number created the first time someone visits the site. Its purpose is to identify new visitors.
Expiration : 10 years

This cookie records a series of mouse events that are not necessarily followed before the end of a page visit. These events can then be processed when the next page is loaded.
Expiration : 1 hour

This cookie instructs Google to record clicks on a page in order to generate a “heatmap” or heat map (a representation of the points and gaze times on a web page).
Expiration : 1 hour

This session cookie is created when the first page is displayed for each visit. Its purpose is to allow certain elements of the code to be displayed only on the first page view, making the site faster.
Expiration : 10 minutes

This cookie records the user’s source : 90 days

ou can choose not to provide data through Google Analytics cookies : visit this page on Google.

Your Choices Regarding Cookies and Web Beacons

You have the choice to configure your browser to accept all cookies, reject all cookies, inform you when a cookie is issued, its duration, and its content, and allow you to refuse to record it in your terminal, and delete your cookies periodically. You can configure your Internet browser to disable cookies.


For more information on methods to delete and control cookies stored on your computer, visit the following website: www.allaboutcookies.org/

How to Configure Your Browser?

  • Firefox :
  1. Open Firefox
  2. Press the « Alt » key
  3. In the top menu, click on « Tools » and then « Settings »
  4. Select the « Privacy & Security » tab
  5. Under « Enhanced Tracking Protection », click on « Custom »
  6. A little further down, check « Cookies » and select « All Cookies » in the drop-down menu to the right


  • Google Chrome :
  1. Open Google Chrome
  2. Click on the tools icon in the menu bar
  3. Select « Settings »
  4. Under « Privacy and security » click « Site settings »
  5. Click « Cookies and site data » then turn off « Allow all cookies »