In accordance with the provisions of Articles 6-III and 19 of Law No. 2004-575 as of June 21st, 2004 and otherwise known as the ”Confiance dans l’Économie numérique (LCEN)” or Confidence in the Digital Economy Act, the following “Legal Disclaimer” is brought to the attention of the users and visitors of the Colbert Innovation site. The Colbert Innovation website is accessible via the address: www.colbert-innovation.eu (hereinafter “the Site”). Access and use of the Site are subject to the following “Terms and Conditions”, as detailed below, and to all applicable laws and/or regulations. The connection to, usage and accessing of this Site imply the full and unreserved acceptance of the visitor of all the provisions of these Terms and Conditions.
ARTICLE 1 – LEGAL INFORMATION
Under Article 6 of the Law No. 2004-575 as of 21 June 2004 on confidence in the digital economy, this article specifies the identity of the various parties involved in its implementation and monitoring.
The Colbert Innovation website is published by Colbert Innovation EURL. Its corporate headquarters are located at the following address:
139 rue Vendôme 69477 Lyon cedex 06
Company registration number: RCS de LYON 404 326 605.
Telephone: +33 4 72 69 90 00
Email address: firstname.lastname@example.org
Publishing Director: Etienne Garin – Colbert Innovation
Henceforth “the Editor”
Conception: Prakt 5 rue de Castrie 69002 Lyon
Contact e-mail address: email@example.com
Development: Doplus 4 route du pilon 38690 Flachères
Contact e-mail address: firstname.lastname@example.org
Henceforth “The site creator”
The Colbert Innovation website is hosted by: OVH
Whose corporate headquarters are located at: 2 rue Kellermann 59100 Roubaix, France
Phone: +33 9 72 10 10 07
Email address: www.ovh.com.
Henceforth “the Host”
All visitors who browse, read, view, and use the Colbert Innovation website are considered as users.
Henceforth “the Users”
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ARTICLE 2 – ACCESSIBILITY
The Site is accessible to users 24/7, with the exception of interruptions, either programmed or not, for maintenance needs or in case of force majeure.
In the case where it is impossible to access the Site, the latter will do everything in its power to restore access. The Site cannot be held responsible for any damage, whatever its nature, resulting from its unavailability.
ARTICLE 3 – DATA COLLECTION AND DATA PROTECTION ACT
The Colbert Innovation website is exempt from declarations to the “Commission Nationale Informatique et Libertés (CNIL)” or Data Protection Authority, insofar as it does not collect any data from its Users.
3 – 1 Types of personal data collected
The personal data that can be collected on the Site are as follows:
Email addresses: emails are collected when users subscribe to our newsletter.
Cookies: Cookies are used, in the context of Site usage, to collect certain information (in particular, your IP address, information relating to the computer used for navigation, the mode of connection, the type and the browser version, the operating system and other technical identifiers or the URL of the connections, including the date and time, and the content accessed). You have the option to disable Cookies from your browser settings.
3 – 2 Usage of personal data collected
The uses of your personal data are mainly as follows:
- Access and usage of the site
- Verification and authentication of your data
- Optimization of the layout and operation of the site
- Customer relations management
3 – 3 Period of conservation of your data
Your personal information is kept for a period that cannot exceed 3 years unless:
- You exercise, under the conditions set out below, one of the rights granted to you by law.
- A longer conservation period is permitted or imposed under a legal or regulatory provision.
3 – 4 Protecting your data
Access to your personal data is strictly limited to employees and staff of Colbert Innovation, who are qualified by reason of their duties and are bound by a confidentiality agreement. However, the collected data may possibly be communicated to subcontractors who are contractually responsible for the execution of the tasks necessary for the proper functioning of the Site and its services as well as for the proper customer relations management, without requiring your express authorization. It is specified that, in the context of the performance of their services, the subcontractors have only limited access to your data and have a contractual obligation to use them in accordance with the provisions of the applicable legislation on the subject of the protection of personal data. Apart from the cases stated above, Colbert Innovation undertakes not to sell, rent, assign or give access to third parties to your data without your prior consent, unless constrained by a legitimate reason (legal obligation, fight against fraud or abuse, exercising the rights of the defense, etc.).
3 – 5 Your rights concerning your data
In accordance with the applicable legal and regulatory provisions, in particular, the law No. 78-17 of January 6th, 1978 modified relative to computation, files, and freedoms, and the European regulation No. 2016/679/UE of April 27th, 2016 (applicable as of May 25th, 2018), you have the following rights:
- Exercising your right of access, in order to know the personal data that concern you.
- Exercising your right to rectification and withdrawal of your data.
- Requesting the update of your data, if these are inaccurate.
- Requesting the portability or deletion of your data.
- Requesting the limitation of the processing of your data.
- Opposing, for legitimate reasons, the processing of your data.
- Opposing or withdrawing your consent to the use, by our services, of your contact details.
This right remains valid so long as the information about you has been transmitted directly by you or by third party partners with whom you have communicated (in this case, it will be necessary to click on the unsubscribe links provided in our SMS or e-mails, or contact us in the conditions below).
These different rights must be exercised directly by email at the following address: email@example.com.
3 – 6 Cookies
During the consultation of the Site, Cookies are deposited on your computer or mobile device.
A cookie contains information posted to your device by the server of the visited site. Some parts of the Site may not be functional without the acceptance of cookies by the user.
The information collected by these means will only be used to track the volume, type, and configuration of traffic using this site, in order to further develop the design and layout, and for other administrative and planning purposes, and more generally to improve our service.
This information will not, unless agreed by you, be kept for more than 13 months.
You have the option to disable Cookies from your browser settings.
ARTICLE 4 – JURISDICTION AND APPLICABLE LAW
These Terms and Conditions are governed by French law. In case of dispute, and in the absence of an amicable agreement, the dispute will be brought before the French courts in accordance with the current rules of jurisdiction.
ARTICLE 5 – CONTACT
For any reporting of illegal content or activities, the User may contact the Editor at the following address: firstname.lastname@example.org, or by registered mail with an “accusé de reception” or acknowledgment of receipt addressed to the Editor at the coordinates specified in this legal disclaimer.
The Colbert Innovation website wishes you to have an excellent experience!