Legal Notice

25 January 2021



1. About the site.

Under article 6 of the French Trust in the Digital Economy Act (no. 2004-575 of 21 June 2004), users of the site are informed of the identity of the various parties involved in its creation and monitoring:

Owner: Coventeam – a simplified joint-stock company with a capital of €139,098 – SIRET 440 691 889 00032 – 55 Rue Bucourt
We Transform – a simplified joint-stock company with a capital of €10,000 – SIRET 804 188 381 00011
WeDev – a simplified joint-stock company with a capital of €5,000 – SIRET 825 188 782 00023
Designer: Paul Denuit –
Publication Director: Karine Davi –
Webmaster: Paul Denuit –
Host: OVH – 2 rue Kellermann – 59100 Roubaix – France

2. Terms of use of the site and the services offered.

Use of the site and its subdomains implies full acceptance of the terms of use described below. These terms of use may be changed or added to at any time. Users of the site and its subdomains are therefore advised to view them regularly.

This site is normally accessible to users at all times. However, Coventeam may decide to interrupt it to carry out technical maintenance. In this case, Coventeam shall endeavor to notify users in advance of the dates and times of the work.

The site and its subdomains are updated regularly. Similarly, the legal notice may be changed at any time. It is, nevertheless, binding on users, who are advised to refer to it as often as possible in order to familiarize themselves with any changes.

3. Description of the services provided.

The site aims to provide information on all of the company’s activities.

Coventeam endeavors to ensure that the information provided on the site is as accurate as possible. However, it may not be held liable for omissions, inaccuracies or failures to update this information, whether caused by it or by third-party partners who provide it with information.

All information on the site or its subdomains is provided for information purposes only and is subject to change. In addition, the information contained on the site is not exhaustive. It is provided subject to changes that may have been made since it was uploaded.

4. Contractual limitations on technical data.

The site uses JavaScript technology.

The website may not be held liable for material damage related to the use of the site. Furthermore, users of the site undertake to access it using recent, virus-free hardware and an up-to-date, latest-generation browser.

5. Intellectual property and infringement.

Coventeam is the owner of the intellectual property rights or holds usage rights over all the content accessible on the site, including texts, images, graphics, logos, icons, sounds and software.

The site content may not be copied, used, modified, published or adapted, in full or in part, by any means or process, without the prior written consent of Coventeam.

Any unauthorized use of the site or any of its content shall be considered an infringement and subject to legal proceedings pursuant to the provisions of Articles L.335-2 et seq. of the French Intellectual Property Code.

6. Limitations of liability.

Coventeam may not be held liable for direct or indirect damage caused to the user’s hardware when accessing the site, resulting from either the use of hardware that does not meet the specifications set out in point 4 or the appearance of a bug or incompatibility.

Coventeam also may not be held liable for indirect damage (such as, for example, loss or business or loss of opportunity) resulting from the use of the site or its subdomains.

Interactive spaces (option to ask questions on the contact page) are available to users. Coventeam reserves the right to remove, without prior notice, any content posted in this space that violates applicable laws in France, including the data protection provisions. If necessary, Coventeam also reserves the right to invoke the civil and/or criminal liability of users, particularly in the event of racist, abusive, defamatory or pornographic messages, regardless of the medium used (text, photograph, etc.).

7. Management of personal data.

In France, personal data is protected by law no. 78-87 of 6 January 1978, law no. 2004-801 of 6 August 2004, Article L. 226-13 of the French Criminal Code and the European Directive of 24 October 1995.

When using the site or its subdomains, the following data may be collected: the URL of links through which the user accessed the site, the user’s service provider, and the user’s internet protocol (IP) address.

In any case, Coventeam only collects personal information relating to users for certain services offered by the site Users provide this information knowingly, particularly when they enter it themselves. Users of the site are informed of whether or not they are required to provide this information.

Pursuant to the provisions of Articles 38 et seq. of the French Data Protection Act (78-17 of 6 January 1978), all users have the right to access, correct and object to the processing of their personal data. They can exercise these rights by sending a written and signed request, accompanied by a copy of their identity document with the signature of the document holder, specifying the address to which the response should be sent.

No personal information of users of the site and its subdomains is published without the user’s knowledge, shared, transferred or sold on any medium to third parties. Only the takeover of Coventeam and its rights would enable the transfer of this information to the prospective buyer, who would in turn be bound by the same data retention and modification obligations regarding users of the site and its subdomains.

Databases are protected by the provisions of the law of 1 July 1998 transposing Directive 96/9 of 11 March 1996 on the legal protection of databases.

8. Hypertext links and cookies.

The site and its subdomains contain a number of hypertext links to other sites, placed with the consent of Coventeam. However, Coventeam is unable to check the content of sites visited in this way, and therefore assumes no liability in this regard.

Browsing the site and its subdomains may result in the installation of cookies on the user’s computer. A cookie is a small file, which does not allow the user to be identified, but records information on a computer’s browsing on a site. Data obtained in this way aims to improve subsequent browsing of the site, and is also intended to enable various measurements of visit frequency.

Refusing the installation of a cookie may result in the inability to access certain services. Users can, however, configure their computer to refuse the installation of cookies by following the steps below:

In Internet Explorer: go to the Tools tab (cog-shaped icon in the top right)/Internet Options. Click on Privacy and select ‘Block all cookies’. Click on OK to confirm.

In Firefox: click on the Firefox button at the top of the browser window, then go to the Options tab. Click on the Privacy tab. Set the Storage settings to ‘use custom settings for history’. Finally, untick the box to disable cookies.

In Safari: Click on menu icon (shaped like a cog) in the top right 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.

In Chrome: Click on the menu icon (three horizontal lines) in the top right 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.

9. Applicable law and jurisdiction.

Any dispute relating to the use of the site and its subdomains is subject to French law. Exclusive jurisdiction is granted to the competent courts of Paris.

10. Main laws involved.

Law no. 78-17 of 6 January 1978, as amended by the French Data Protection Act no. 2004-801 of 6 August 2004.

French Trust in the Digital Economy Act no. 2004-575 of 21 June 2004.

11. Glossary.

User: the Internet user who visits the aforementioned site.

Personal information: ‘information in any form that directly or indirectly allows the identification of the natural persons to whom it applies’ (Article 4 of law no. 78-17 of 6 January 1978).