These Terms and Conditions set out the rules governing the use of the Website published by COWORK&COM on behalf of SARL CDH
The User acknowledges that it reads and accepts the content each time it connects to the Website published by COWORK&COM on behalf of SARL CDH
The provisions of these Terms and Conditions represent the full extent of the agreement between the User, SARL CDH, and COWORK&COM.
COWORK&COM may amend these Terms and Conditions. In such an event, the User must accept these amendments when connecting to the Website once the amended Terms and Conditions have been posted online. Each new version of the Terms and Conditions shall apply immediately and the User undertakes to refer to these each time it connects to the Website.
PRELIMINARY ARTICLE: DEFINITIONS
“Website” refers to the Website published and provided by COWORK&COM.
“Personal data” refers to all information pertaining to an identified or identifiable natural person; where an “identifiable natural person” is a natural person who can be directly or indirectly identified, in particular by means of a username such as a name, ID number, location data, a user ID, or by one or more specific elements relating to his/her physical, physiological, genetic, psychic, economic, cultural or social identity.
“Client” is any body that benefits from the online services and commercial use of the Website as a client of SARL CDH
“User” designates a natural person who is an adult, or a minor who has prior parental permission, and who uses the Website for his/her own strictly personal purposes.
ARTICLE 1: PURPOSE
The purpose of these Terms and Conditions is to establish the conditions under which the User may access and use the Website on behalf of SARL CDH
ARTICLE 2: DESCRIPTION OF THE WEBSITE
The purpose of the Website is to share public information relating to the company SARL CDH, using the services of COWORK&COM. All the information shown on the Website is for informational purposes only and is subject to change. Further, the information shown on the Website is not exhaustive and is subject to changes that will apply as soon as they are put on line. Except where expressly indicated to the contrary, the Client is responsible for the publication of the information shown on the Website.
ARTICLE 3: SITE ACCESS
In order to access and use the Website, the User must have access to a computer or compatible mobile device and Internet access. The Website uses the WordPress platform. Use of the Website is reserved for adults and minors who have prior parental permission.
ARTICLE 4: SITE MANAGEMENT
In order to ensure proper management of the Application, COWORK&COM may at any time: suspend, interrupt or limit access to all or part of the Website, remove any information that may disrupt its operation or that may contravene national or international laws; suspend the Website in order to update it.
ARTICLE 5: SITE AVAILABILITY
Users may access the Website at any time. However, in agreement with SARL CDH, COWORK&COM may suspend the Website in order to undertake technical maintenance.
ARTICLE 6: USER OBLIGATIONS
The Website is exclusively for the personal use of the User who is prohibited from using the Website for any other ends, in particular any commercial end. The User undertakes to provide a reliable Internet connection and a device that is in good working condition and compatible with use of the Website. The User must take all appropriate measures to safeguard its material and network. Further, the User is solely responsible for the Website and any data it consults. The User is responsible for the use it makes of the Website. COWORK&COM shall not be liable for errors or faults caused by the User during its use of the Website.
ARTICLE 7: LIMITATION OF LIABILITY
SARL CDH shall do its utmost to provide the most accurate information possible. However, it shall not be held responsible for any omissions, inaccuracies and failure to update information, whether it provides the information itself or whether it is provided by third parties. COWORK&COM cannot be held liable for any direct or indirect damages to the User’s materials caused while accessing the SARL CDH Website and resulting either from use of material that does not meet the required specifications set out in these Terms and Conditions, or from the occurrence of a bug or an incompatibility. The User acknowledges that it understands and accepts the features and limits of the Internet, in particular issues relating to Internet connection, availability or congestion. COWORK&COM cannot be held liable in the event of failure, breakage, snags or interruption of operation that make it impossible to access the Website or one of its functions. COWORK&COM cannot be held liable in the event of legal proceedings against the User: resulting from use of the Website or any service accessible via the Website; resulting from the User’s failure to comply with these Terms and Conditions; in the event that COWORK&COM is the object of an amicable or litigious procedure resulting from use of the Website, it may take recourse against the User or SARL CDH in order to secure indemnification against all liability, monies, judgements and fees that may result from said proceedings.
ARTICLE 8: PERSONAL DATA PROTECTION
In accordance with the provisions of the Data Protection Act, law n°78-17 of 6 January 1978, SARL CDH undertakes to implement all measures necessary to the protection of personal data received from Users and to maintain the confidentiality of said data. The following data may be collected during use of the Website: the URL of intermediary links through which the User accesses the Website, the User’s service provider, the User’s Internet Protocol (IP) address. Information shared either directly or indirectly on the Website by the User is intended for SARL CDH or, where applicable, its potential partners. The User knowingly provides this information. The Website User is therefore notified of the requirement to provide or not provide such information. In accordance with the provisions of articles 38 et seq. of Data Protection Law 78-17 of 6 January 1978 relating to information technology and civil liberties, all Users have the right to access, rectify and object to his/her Personal Data (from 25 May 2018 there is also a right to erasure, limitation of processing and portability). The User may exercise his/her rights at any time by writing to SARL CDH The signed and dated request must be accompanied by a proof of identity showing the holder’s signature and correspondence address. The proof of identity will be destroyed once the request has been processed. The User shall be notified when a right of objection is exercised with the French National Commission on Information Technology and Civil Liberties.
ARTICLE 9: INTELLECTUAL PROPERTY
SARL CDH owns the intellectual property rights or holds usage rights for all elements that can be accessed through the Website, excluding the Website itself which remains the property of COWORK&COM. All trademarks, images, graphics, texts, videos, sounds, logos, software and more generally all elements reproduced or used on the Website are protected by applicable intellectual property laws. The User acknowledges that these Terms and Conditions do not give it any right or interest in the Website other than those set out in these Terms and Conditions. The reproduction, representation, use or adaptation of elements of the Website under any form whatsoever, in whole or in part, without the prior written permission of SARL CDH, are strictly prohibited. Any unauthorised use of the Website or any of the elements contained therein shall be deemed a breach and shall result in prosecution. The fact that SARL CDH do not immediately begin proceedings at the time of discovering an unauthorised use constitutes neither acceptance of such use nor a waiver of its right to prosecute.
ARTICLE 10: HYPERTEXT LINK
The Website may contain hypertext links to third party websites. SARL CDH is not liable for target websites. Any information that can be accessed via a link to other websites does not fall under the control of SARL CDH, which renounces any liability for their content. Further, the natural or moral persons who wish to put in place one or more links to one or more pages of the Website must notify the publication manager. In general, hypertext links towards the Website must open a new browser window (via the attribute target= »_blank »), and show the full address of the page displayed.
ARTICLE 11: COOKIES
Site navigation involves the installation of cookies on the User’s terminal. Any information collected indirectly shall only be used to measure the volume, type and configuration of traffic to the Website in order to improve its design and layout, and other administrative ends including planning and more generally the improvement of the Service offered. A refusal to accept cookies may make it impossible to access certain services. The user may at any time configure his/her terminal to refuse to accept cookies.
ARTICLE 12: APPLICABLE LAW
Any dispute arising from the use of the Application is subject to French law and is under the jurisdiction of French tribunals.