Terms of use

  1. Site presentation.

By virtue of article 6 of law no. 2004-575 of June 21, 2004 on confidence in the digital economy, users of the CRIIGEN site are informed of the identity of the various parties involved in its creation and follow-up:

Name of association: CRIIGEN
Legal form: Association loi de 1901 reconnue d'Intérêt Général (March 30, 2016)
Address: Le Moulin Glô, Chemin du Moulin Glaud- 56230 Questembert

SIRET : 447 833 443 00016 - SIREN : 447 833 443

Responsible editor ;
The www.criigen.org website is under the editorial responsibility of the association's legal representative
Phone : +33 (0)7 83 63 29 03
Mail : criigen@protonmail.com

Webmaster: Alice's World communications agency. https://www.alicesworld.fr

Host : IONOS

  1. General conditions of use of the site and the services offered.

Use of the CRIIGEN site implies full acceptance of the general conditions of use described below. These conditions of use may be modified or supplemented at any time, and users of the CRIIGEN site are therefore invited to consult them regularly. This site is normally accessible to users at all times. Alice's World may, however, decide to interrupt the site for technical maintenance, and will endeavor to inform users of the dates and times of the intervention in advance. The CRIIGEN website is regularly updated by Alice's World. Similarly, the legal notices may be modified at any time: they are nevertheless binding on the user, who is invited to refer to them as often as possible in order to review them.

  1. Description of services provided.

The purpose of the CRIIGEN site is to provide information concerning all of CRIIGEN's activities. CRIIGEN strives to provide information on the CRIIGEN site that is as accurate as possible. However, CRIIGEN cannot be held responsible for any omissions, inaccuracies or failure to update such information, whether caused by CRIIGEN or by third-party partners supplying such information. All information provided on the CRIIGEN website is given for information only, and is subject to change. Furthermore, the information on the CRIIGEN website is not exhaustive. It is subject to modifications having been made since it was put on line.

  1. Contractual limitations on technical data.

The site uses JavaScript technology. The website cannot be held responsible for any material damage linked to the use of the site. In addition, users of the site undertake to access the site using recent, virus-free equipment, and with an up-to-date, state-of-the-art browser.

  1. Intellectual property and counterfeiting.

CRIIGEN is the owner of the intellectual property rights or holds the rights of use on all the elements accessible on the site, in particular the texts, images, graphics, logos, icons, sounds, software. Any reproduction, representation, modification, publication, adaptation of all or part of the elements of the site, whatever the means or process used, is forbidden, except with the prior written authorization of : CRIIGEN. Any unauthorized use of the site or of any of the elements it contains will be considered as constituting an infringement and will be prosecuted in accordance with the provisions of articles L.335-2 et seq. of the French Intellectual Property Code.

  1. Limitation of liability.

CRIIGEN cannot be held responsible for direct or indirect damage caused to the user's equipment when accessing the CRIIGEN site, and resulting either from the use of equipment that does not meet the specifications indicated in point 4, or from the appearance of a bug or incompatibility. CRIIGEN cannot be held responsible for indirect damage (such as loss of market or loss of opportunity) resulting from use of the CRIIGEN site. Interactive areas (possibility of asking questions in the contact area) are available to users. CRIIGEN reserves the right to delete, without prior notice, any content posted in this area that contravenes legislation applicable in France, in particular provisions relating to data protection. Where applicable, CRIIGEN also reserves the right to hold the user civilly and/or criminally liable, particularly in the event of messages of a racist, insulting, defamatory or pornographic nature, whatever the medium used (text, photographs, etc.).

  1. Personal data management.

In France, personal data is protected by law no. 78-87 of January 6, 1978, law no. 2004-801 of August 6, 2004, article L. 226-13 of the Criminal Code and the European Directive of October 24, 1995. When using the CRIIGEN site, the following information may be collected: the URL of the links through which the user has accessed the CRIIGEN site, the user's access provider, the user's Internet protocol (IP) address. In any event, CRIIGEN only collects personal information relating to the user for the purpose of certain services offered by the CRIIGEN site. Users provide this information with full knowledge of the facts, in particular when they enter it themselves. Users of the CRIIGEN site are then informed whether or not they are required to supply this information. In accordance with the provisions of Articles 38 et seq. of the French Data Protection Act 78-17 of January 6, 1978, all users have the right to access, rectify and object to any personal data concerning them, by sending a written and signed request, accompanied by a copy of the identity document bearing the signature of the holder of the document, and specifying the address to which the reply is to be sent. No personal information concerning the user of the CRIIGEN site is published without the user's knowledge, nor is it exchanged, transferred, assigned or sold on any medium whatsoever to third parties. Only the assumption of the repurchase of CRIIGEN and its rights would allow the transmission of the aforementioned information to the possible purchaser who would be in turn held of the same obligation of conservation and modification of the data with respect to the user of the CRIIGEN site. The site has not been declared to the CNIL, as it does not use personal data as indicated on this page. Databases are protected by the provisions of the law of July 1, 1998, transposing directive 96/9 of March 11, 1996, on the legal protection of databases.

  1. Hyperlinks and cookies.

The CRIIGEN site contains a number of hypertext links to other sites, set up with the authorization of CRIIGEN. However, CRIIGEN is not in a position to check the content of sites visited in this way, and consequently assumes no responsibility in this respect. Browsing the CRIIGEN site may result in the installation of cookie(s) on the user's computer. A cookie is a small file which does not allow the user to be identified, but which records information relating to the navigation of a computer on a site. The data thus obtained is intended to facilitate subsequent browsing of the site, and is also used to measure visitor numbers. Refusal to install a cookie may make it impossible to access certain services. However, users can configure their computers as follows to refuse the installation of cookies: Internet Explorer: Tools tab (cog-shaped icon at top right) / Internet options. Click on Privacy and select Block all cookies. Confirm with Ok. Firefox: at the top of the browser window, click on the Firefox button, then go to the Options tab. Click on the Privacy tab. Set the Retention Rules to sure: use personalized settings for history. Finally, uncheck it to disable cookies. Safari: Click on the menu icon (symbolized by a cog) in the top right-hand corner of the browser. Select Settings. Click on Show advanced settings. In the "Privacy" section, click on "Content settings". In the "Cookies" section, you can block cookies. Under Chrome: Click on the menu icon (symbolized by three horizontal lines) in the top right-hand corner of the browser. Select Settings. Click on Show advanced settings. In the "Privacy" section, click on preferences. In the "Privacy" tab, you can block cookies.

  1. Applicable law and jurisdiction.

Any dispute arising in connection with the use of the CRIIGEN website is subject to French law. Exclusive jurisdiction is granted to the competent courts of Paris.

  1. The main laws involved.

General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) adopted by the European Parliament on April 14, 2016 Data Protection Act of January 6, 1978 amended by Ordinance no. 2018-1125 of December 12, 2018 concerning the protection of personal data Databases are protected by the provisions of the Act of July 1, 1998 transposing Directive 96/9 of March 11, 1996 on the legal protection of databases. Law no. 2004-575 of June 21, 2004 on confidence in the digital economy. Article L. 226-13 of the French Penal Code.

  1. Lexicon.

User: Internet user connecting to and using the above-mentioned site. Personal information: "information which enables, in any form whatsoever, directly or indirectly, the identification of the natural persons to whom it applies" (article 4 of law no. 78-17 of January 6, 1978).

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