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This site is published by:

ATMB – Mont Blanc Autoroutes and Tunnel

Limited company with a capital of 22 300 512 euros
Paris B companies register number 582 056 511
100, avenue de Suffren
75015 Paris – France

Director of communications Elisabeth Sawicki   Elisabeth Sawicki
Personal data manager Elisabeth Sawicki
Telephone: + 33 1 40 61 70 00

ATMB VAT number: FROS582056511000

The ATMB site is posted by:

25 Boulevard de Strasbourg - 75010 Paris, France
Paris companies register – 803 816 529 R.C.S. PARIS

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Copyright is reserved including downloadable documents and photographs. The reproduction of all or part of this site in any form is strictly forbidden without express permission of the publications manager. Copies of documents may only be made for information purposes and may be used only for private purposes.

Creation of links to

The ATMB site authorises links pointing to its contents under the following conditions:

Not using deep linking. This means that pages must not be embedded in a third party site but made available via a window which opens;
The originating site must be mentioned

This authorisation does not apply to Internet sites which publish content deemed potentially controversial, pornographic, xenophobic or offensive to a wide range of people.

Personal data

The user should be aware that personal data collected through contact forms, subscription forms and replies to job offers will be subject to automated data processing by ATMB. Information collected may be viewed respectively by members of the ATMB communications, sales and human resources departments responsible for relationships with Internet users.

Some specific information asked for in on-line forms is obligatory. Please note that if data entry is incorrect, information will not be sent to ATMB.

You may exercise your right to access stored personal data and as necessary your right to modify it by writing to ATMB.

These rights are laid down in the Data Protection Act of 6 January 1978 (articles 38 to 42, of law number 78-17 of 6 January 1978)

For information on the protection of personal data you may consult the site of the National Commission for information technology and civil liberties (CNIL)

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What is a cookie and what is it used for?
A cookie is a text file stored on the Internet user’s computer when the latter visits a site or advertising page. The file records the navigation history of the user. This data can be related to the contents of a purchase basket, the change of interface language etc.

Advertising cookies
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Audience measurement cookies
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Flash cookies
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Does the Universe site allow third parties to use cookies when I browse?
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This site uses Google Analytics TM an Internet site analysis service supplied by Google Inc. Google analytics uses cookies which are text files placed on your machine which enables the service to analyse site usage by users and to calculate statistics. Site navigation data generated by cookies (including your IP address) are transmitted and stored by Google on servers situated in the United States. Google uses this information in order to evaluate site usage, to compile reports on site activity for use by its publisher and to supply other services relating to the activity of the site and Internet usage. Google may communicate this data to a third party when legally obliged to do so or when the third party manages data for Google, notably the publisher of the site. Google will not cross-reference your IP address with any other data held by Google. You can deactivate the use of cookies by changing the appropriate settings in your web browser (see below)
However deactivating cookies may render certain parts of the site unusable.

Deactivation / activation of cookies from your browser 
You can accept or refuse cookies by changing your browser settings in such a way that the browser asks your permission before accepting cookies on Internet sites that you use. Please note that if you deactivate cookies, certain functions on our site will no longer be available.
If you use several computers in different places, you should make sure that your browser is configured according to your browsing preferences.
You can delete all cookies installed in your browser’s cookie folder. The procedure to manage settings is different for each browser.

Click on one of the following links for information on how to manage settings for the different browsers available:

If you do not use any of the browsers above, click on the ‘Help’ function and search for ‘Cookies’ to determine in which folder cookies are stored.

Deactivation of Flash Cookies
The management of cookies available in your browser will not delete Flash Cookies. Deleting Flash cookies may however cause browser problems.
In order to change the settings related to Flash cookies: click here
For practical advice on these options and how to delete cookie files stored on your computer, specific to the browser that you use, we advise you to consult the information “your browser history” on the CNIL site (National Commission for information technology and civil liberties) :

Commercial content
The supply of commercial content and services is subject to law number 2004-575 of 21 June 2004 for the confidence in the digital economy.

“Careers and jobs” section
The user is informed that personal data collected as part of an application for a job offer on the site or a spontaneous application will be processed by ATMB. The right of access and modification of personal data may be exercised by contacting ATMB at the following address (