1. The site is published by Vlaemynck, a limited company with a capital of 500,000 euros, registered with the Bourg-en-Bresse Registre du Commerce et des Sociétés as number 793 233 487, and whose registered office is at:
Telephone: +33 (0)22.214.171.124.09
The Chairman of the Vlaemynck Board of Directors and Publishing Director is Mr Bernard Reybier.
Site hosting is provided by OVH:
2 rue Kellermann
59100 ROUBAIX – France
Telephone +33 (0)820 698 765 (Indigo N° €0.118/minute).
2. The site as a whole, and its constituent parts and/or those that are presented (in particular tree views, software, databases, furniture, drawings and models, patents, texts, photographs, illustrations, diagrams, graphic representations, trademarks, logos, domain names, etc.) are protected by the provisions of the French intellectual property Code.
Vlaemynck is the sole owner of the intellectual property rights on these components, by title or through the effect of a license or express permission.
The use of any or all of these elements, including by downloading, reproduction, representation, distribution etc. for purposes other than for personal and private use for non-commercial aims by the internet user is strictly prohibited. Any infringement of Vlaemynck's rights renders the perpetrator liable to penalties, in particular those stipulated by the French Intellectual Property Code concerning infringement of copyright (article L. 335-1 and following), drawings and models (article L. 521-1 and following), patents (article L. 615-1 and following) and trademarks (article L. 716-1 and following), and by the French Civil Liability Code (article 1382 and following).
3. In using the site, Vlaemynck may be required to collect data of a personal nature relating to the Internet user, needed to register on the site to receive the newsletter or to create a customer account or for any exchange with the latter, such as: title, name, surname, email address and password, phone number, etc.
No personal data is collected without the consent of the user. The optional or compulsory nature of the items to be communicated to Vlaemynck shall be stated beforehand. The user has no obligation to send any personal data to Vlaemynck.
However, should he/she refuse to do so, Vlaemynck will not be able to send the user the newsletter and / or respond to his/her messages. In any case, if the user does not wish or no longer wishes to receive the Vlaemynck newsletter, he/she may notify Vlaemynck by accessing the "Contact" section, once he/she has been authenticated on the site. The user may in any case also cancel his/her subscription to the Vlaemynck newsletter by clicking a hypertext link included in each issue of said newsletter sent to him/her.
Information provided by the user must be complete, accurate and up to date. Otherwise, Vlaemynck will not be able to respond to the user's requests.
In accordance with Law No. 78-17 of 6 January 1978 on information technology, files and liberties, the collection and processing of personal data pertaining to the Internet user has been declared to the CNIL. Each user has the right to access, rectify and delete any personal data concerning him/her collected and processed by Vlaemynck.
The Internet user's personal data will be used by Vlaemynck and/or, if the user so wishes and has expressly so stated on the website, by Vlaemynck's trading partners in order to send their own messages for direct marketing. The user may unsubscribe from direct marketing operations by Vlaemynck's trading partners by clicking the "unsubscribe" link in the footer of these messages.
Vlaemynck may install a cookie (an alphanumeric identifier) in the hard disk of the user's computer for the sole purpose of being able to recognize him/her during subsequent visits to the site.
Information relating to the Internet user's browsing provided by the cookie on the site shall not be conserved for more than one year. The user is reminded that he/she can oppose the recording of cookies on his/her hard drive by configuring their internet browser (Internet Explorer, Mozilla Firefox, Opera, Safari, etc.). To this end, the Internet user should refer to the user guide (the "Help" section of the browser toolbar) of his/her Internet browsing software, or obtain relevant information from the publisher of such software .