JIRA doesn't have any reporting restrictions really - if you can see a project, you can see all of the related reports, dashboards and the issues within it. You do have the option of issue restrictions within projects, where you can hide individual issues too, and reports and filters will ignore them when run by users who cannot see them.
What exactly are you trying to hide from your users?
I do not want a user to see the project time reporting. Indeed my clients are users and I do not want them to be able to see the time spent on Type single or multiple project
je ne veux pas qu'un utilisateur puisse voir les rapports de temps des projets. En effet mes clients sont des utilisateurs et je ne veux pas qu'ils puisse voir le temps passé sur un ou plusieurs projet
Ah, I see. I'm afraid my French is very weak, and I missed the time element. You can hide worklogs in JIRA, similar to the way you can hide comments, but you cannot hide the "Estimates" area which show the totals and all the summary data is available in reports. I think the Tempo plugin has some stuff about hiding and showing worklogs too, but I'm not sure.
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