Who are we?
Our website address is: informatiquepratique.fr
Publisher: the website informatiquepratique.fr is produced and edited by Lucas ATTON
CEO: Lucas ATTON
Editorial manager: Lucas ATTONEmail : firstname.lastname@example.org
Legal form: Micro
Activity (APE code) : 7022Z
SIRET : 884 714 395 00016
Host: OVH SAS – 2 rue Kellermann – BP 80157 59053 ROUBAIX CEDEX 1 – France
Lucas ATTON, owner and creator of the site, reserves the right to modify and update, without notice, these General Conditions and all the elements, products or services presented on the site.
Lucas ATTON is registered with INSEE under the SIRET number 884 714 395 00016 & has the status of individual entrepreneur.
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Embedded content from other sites
Articles on this website may include embedded content (e.g. videos, images, articles, etc.). Content embedded from other websites behaves the same as if the visitor were to that other website.
Browsing this website does not generally require the disclosure of the identity of users and their personal data. However, users may be required to provide certain information about themselves. INFORMATIQUE PRATIQUE informs its users that the personal data is intended for INFORMATIQUE PRATIQUE. They will not, under any circumstances, be transmitted, free of charge or against payment, to third parties.
Users of this website have the right to access, rectify, modify and delete personal data concerning them. To do this, they can contact the Editorial Manager, Lucas ATTON, at any time, at the address of the registered office of INFORMATIQUE PRATIQUE indicated above or at the email address.
Users of this website are required to comply with the provisions of the amended Data Protection Act of 6 January 1978 and more generally any legal provision relating to the use of the Internet, the violation of which is liable to civil and/or criminal penalties. In particular, they must refrain, with regard to the personal information to which they have access, from any collection, from any misuse and, in general, from any act likely to infringe in particular privacy, data to be personal character or reputation of individuals.
Intellectual property right
The content of this website (in particular and without this list being exhaustive, information, company names, brands, logos, variety names, drawings, slogans or more generally any distinctive signs, texts, graphics, data, images, photographs, visuals , database, forms, the website itself as well as all these elements) is protected under intellectual property law.
Any use and/or reproduction and/or representation of the said corporate names, brands, logos, variety names, drawings, slogans or more generally any distinctive signs, texts, graphics, data, images, photographs, visuals, database, forms of the site itself and all these elements, which can be consulted on the website is strictly prohibited, except with the prior written authorization of INFORMATIQUE PRATIQUE.
Any copy, printing, reproduction, representation, adaptation, exploitation, alteration, translation, distribution in whole or in part, of the content of this website, by any process whatsoever, is unlawful and would constitute an act of counterfeiting – with the exception of the private copying reserved solely for the private use of the copyist – and/or an act of unfair competition and/or an act of parasitism, as defined by the applicable legislation or regulations.
The creation or use of hypertext links to one or more pages of the website or to one of its elements is prohibited, except with the prior written authorization of INFORMATIQUE PRATIQUE.
All the information and documents accessible via this website are provided “as is” and “subject to all reservations”. INFORMATIQUE PRATIQUE gives no guarantee, express or tacit, and assumes no liability relating to the use of this information. INFORMATIQUE PRATIQUE is not responsible for inaccuracies, errors, omissions and partial information contained on this website. INFORMATIQUE PRATIQUE reserves the right to modify or correct the content of its website at any time. The user uses the data and information contained on the website under his sole and entire responsibility.
INFORMATIQUE PRATIQUE strives to keep this website accessible, but is under no obligation to do so. Access to all or part of this website may be modified, suspended or even interrupted in the event of maintenance, updating, and for any other reason, by simple decision of INFORMATIQUE PRATIQUE, in particular of a technical or legal nature.
Under no circumstances, INFORMATIQUE PRATIQUE may not be held liable for said modifications, suspensions, or even interruptions, direct or indirect damages, losses and damages of any kind whatsoever, resulting from the access or use of this website or any information obtained from this website. All information, texts, presentations, documents and photographs available on this website are not contractual and are given for information only.
In addition, INFORMATIQUE PRATIQUE cannot be held liable for any damage resulting from the infection of the computer equipment of users by a virus or other computer infections. It is their responsibility to take all necessary measures to protect against viruses when you access the website or download documents from this website.
This website and its conditions of use are subject exclusively to French law. Any dispute relating to this website and the legal notices will be brought exclusively in front of the competent courts within the jurisdiction of which the registered office of INFORMATIQUE PRATIQUE is located.