Privacy Statement

Sequans (“SEQUANS Communications”)

At Sequans (“SEQUANS Communications”), the confidentiality of personal information on Web site users is a top priority. The following statement describes the measures taken by Sequans to ensure that your privacy is not infringed as a result of our collection and use of such personal information. It will allow you to better understand when, how and why this information is collected. As this document will occasionally be updated, we recommend that you consult it regularly.

Collection and use of personal information

To receive one or more of our publications or newsletters, you must complete the appropriate forms, which include contact information that will make it possible for us to send you the requested documents or contact you in the event of a problem. Note that we only collect, online, the information you agree to provide us. Moreover, you can choose to end a subscription or customized service at any time.

Sequans will not use your personal information for any purposes other than those described in this statement without having obtained your express consent. Furthermore, this information will not be available to any other entity or person other than Sequans. Sequans will obtain your consent before making any changes to the present privacy statement that would result in sharing or further use of your personal information. You may also, at any time, ask Sequans to not make use of or to cease using your personal information.

Sequans reserves the right, however, to disclose information on the users of its site in the following circumstances: to adhere to the provisions of a law or regulation, to ensure its defense in the event of legal action, or to protect its rights or those of site users.

Use of cookies

Cookies essentially consist of information on users that servers transmit to browsers when Web sites are viewed. This information can then be recovered at the time of subsequent visits. The information recorded can include items such as the date and hour a Web site was viewed, a reply to an online questionnaire, personal information collected by the server, etc. Cookies can in fact be useful, given that they save information concerning your preferences.

Use of cookies is very widespread, with most servers and browsers accepting them by default. To check all the cookies generated, simply look on your hard drive, where these are saved. You can, if you prefer, choose to disable this function on your system.

Hyperlinks

The Sequans Web site includes hyperlinks to other Web sites that are not controlled by Sequans or its subsidiaries. These links are provided for your convenience, and should not be construed to mean that Sequans in any way endorses these sites. Sequans is not responsible for information other than that contained on its own site or those of its subsidiaries, and cannot vouch for the accuracy of this information. This privacy statement does not apply to these other sites. We recommend that you read the privacy statement of any site where you will be providing personal information, in order to understand how the information collected will be used.

If you have any comments or questions, please visit our section Contact Us.