In accordance with Article 6 of the law 2004-575 dated 21st June 2004 for privacy in the digital economy, the identities of the various contributors to the creation and monitoring of the website www.europoly.com must be specified:
Owner : Europoly
Creator : agence avicom’
Publication Manager : Europoly – email@example.com
The publication manager is a physical or legal individual.
Webmaster : agence avicom’ – firstname.lastname@example.org
2. General conditions of use of the website and services offered.
Use of the website www.europoly.com implies full acceptance of the general conditions of use described below. These conditions of use can be modified at any point, therefore users of the site www.europoly.com are urged to consult them on a regular basis.
The site should be accessible to users at all times. Any disruption to service carried out by Europoly for technical maintenance reasons will be communicated to users in advance, informing of the exact date and time of the disruption to service.
The website www.europoly.com is regularly updated by Europoly. Similarly, the terms and conditions can be modified at any point and therefore should be consulted as regularly as possible by users, in order that they are fully understood and recognised.
3. Description of services provided.
The website www.europoly.com aims to provide information concerning the company’s various services.
Europoly is committed to providing as much precise information as possible on the website www.europoly.com. However, it cannot be held responsible for any omission, inaccuracy or deficiency in the updating of the site, be this as a result of its own error, or that of a third party contributor providing the information.
All information provided on the website www.europoly.com is on an indicative basis only, and is subject to change. Furthermore, the information on the website www.europoly.com is not exhaustive, and is subject to modification at any point after publication online.
4. Contractual Limitations of Technical Data.
The site cannot be held responsible for any material damage caused by use of the website.
In addition, users of this site undertake to access the site using recent material which does not contain any viruses and an up-to-date web browser.
5. Intellectual property and counterfeiting.
Europoly holds the intellectual property or user rights for all accessible elements of the site, specifically any text, images, graphics, the logo, icons, sounds and software.
Any reproduction, depiction, modification, publication or adaptation of this site or elements of it, whatever the process or means used, is forbidden, except in the case of advanced written permission from: Europoly.
Any unauthorised exploitation of the site or elements contained in this website, will be constitutionally considered as counterfeiting and pursued in accordance with provisions of articles L.335-2 and the Intellectual Property Code.
6. Liability limitations.
Europoly cannot be held responsible for any direct or indirect damage caused to users’ equipment when accessing the website www.europoly.com, as a result either of use of software that does not correspond with the specifications indicated in point 4, or the manifestation of a bug or an incompatibility.
Europoly cannot equally be held responsible for indirect damage (such as a loss of business or opportunity) following use of the site www.europoly.com.
Interactive spaces (i.e. the Contact page where it is possible to pose questions) are available to users. Europoly reserves the right to delete any content from these spaces without formal notice, in accordance with legislation in France, notably concerning provisions for data protection.
Where required, Europoly also reserves the right to impose the user’s civil and/or criminal liability, notably in the case of messages containing racist, offensive, slanderous or pornographic content, regardless of the format (text, photography…).
7. Personal Data Management.
In France, personal data is specifically protected by laws 78-87 dated 6th January 1978 and 2004-801 dated 6th August 2004, article L.226-13 of the Penal Code and the European Directive of 24th October 1995.
On accessing the site www.europoly.com, the following information can be gathered: the URL address via which the user has accessed the site www.europoly.com, the user’s internet provider and the Internet Protocol (IP) address of the user.
In any event, Europoly will only collect users’ personal information for the use of certain services offered on the site www.europoly.com.
The user will provide this information with full recognition of the purpose, notably as they will be asked to provide personal details themselves. Users of the site www.europoly.com are therefore directly informed of the obligation or non-obligation to provide such information.
In accordance with article 38 and law 78-17 dated 6th January 1978 concerning computer technology, files and freedom, users have a right to consult, correct or erase their personal data at any time, by sending a written, signed request with an attached copy of identification signed by the holder, specifying the address to which the response should be sent.
No personal user information provided on the site www.europoly.com will be published without the full knowledge of the user, nor will it be exchanged, transfered or sold to any third party. Only the hypothetical sale of Europoly and its rights would permit the transmission of this information to the eventual buyer, who would also be under the same obligation to conserve and protect personal user data from the site www.europoly.com.
The site is not CNIL (French National Commission on Informatics and Liberty) declared as it does not gather personal information.
Databases are protected by the provisions of the law dated 1st July 1998 implementing the directive 96/9 from 11th March 1996, concerning legal protection of databases.
8. Hypertext links and cookies.
The site www.europoly.com contains a certain number of hypertext links to other sites, created with the authorisation of Europoly. However, Europoly cannot confirm the content of sites visited in this way, and therefore disclaims all responsibility in this regard.
Use of the site www.europoly.com can cause the installation of cookies onto the user’s computer. A cookie is a small piece of data which does not allow the identification of the user, but which stores information concerning the user’s navigation onto this site. Data obtained in this way is intended to facilitate subsequent visits to the site, as well as to enable measurement of visit frequency.
Refusal to install a cookie could lead to difficulties accessing certain services. The user can however configure their computer to prevent the installation of cookies as follows:
On Internet Explorer: under the Tools/Internet Options tab, click on Privacy and choose “Block all Cookies”. Click OK.
On Netscape: under the Edit/Preferences tab, click on Advanced and choose “Deactivate cookies”. Click OK.
9. Applicable law and attribution of jurisdiction.
Any dispute relating to use of the site www.europoly.com is subject to French law and legal jurisdiction will be exclusively attributed to the court of Paris.
10. The principal relevant laws
Law no. 78-87 dated 6th January 1978, notably modified by law no. 2004-801 dated 6th August 2004, concerning computer technology, files and freedom.
Law no. 2004-575 dated 21st June 2004 concerning privacy in the digital economy.
User: Internet user connecting and making use of the aforementioned site.
Personal Information: “Information which allows, in any way, directly or not, the physical identification of the person to which it refers” (article 4 of law no. 78-17 dated 6th January 1978).