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In accordance with the provisions of the Confidence in the Digital Economy Act No. 2004-575 of June 21, 2004, concerning the protection of individuals with regard to the processing of personal data, commonly known as LCEN, all users of the homepage located at www.cetie.org ("the Website") are hereby informed of the following legal notices. The act of logging in and navigating on the Website www.cetie.org implies the complete and unconditional acceptance of these legal notices.
The Editor The editing of the homepage www.cetie.org is provided by the company KIC, a legal entity with a share capital of €7,500.00, registered in the Trade and Companies Register of Paris under the reference No. 443 202 106. The registered office is situated at 40 Rue Roussy, 30000 Nimes. You can contact us at telephone number: 04 66 21 13 26, or via email at firstname.lastname@example.org. Our VAT number is FR 73 443 202 106. The publication of documents is overseen by Cetie.
The Host www.cetie.org is hosted by the company OVH, with its registered office at 2 Rue Kellermann, 59100 Roubaix. You can contact them at telephone number: 1007.
Website Access The Cetie homepage is accessible from any location, 24/7, except in cases of scheduled maintenance or unforeseeable circumstances that may necessitate interruption. Cetie cannot be held responsible for any modifications, interruptions, or termination of its services.
Data Collection & Privacy The information collected from the contact form on www.cetie.org is recorded and stored in a digital file managed by Cetie. This information is exclusively used by permanent members of Cetie's staff for the following purposes:
Any information submitted to Cetie is neither sold nor intended for commercial use. Users of Cetie's documents can access their personal contact details from their accounts at any time. Account deletion is also possible; however, document downloads will no longer be available.
Intellectual Property Any use, reproduction, distribution, commercialization, or modification of all or any part of the homepage www.cetie.org, without the express permission of the editor, is strictly prohibited and may result in legal actions and proceedings, as provided for under the French Code of Intellectual Property and the Civil Code.