General Terms and Conditions of Use
for the Activ’screen Website


Welcome to the Activ’screen website, available at www.activscreen.com (hereinafter “the Website”).

This Website is made available to you free of charge (other than the cost of your internet connection) for your personal use only, as long as you comply with the terms and conditions set out below (“the Conditions”).

By accessing, visiting and/or using this Website, you acknowledge that you have read and understood these Conditions and agree to be bound by them. You also agree to comply with all applicable laws and regulations. If you do not accept these Conditions, please end your navigation of this Website.

Please consult this page regularly, as the General Terms and Conditions of Use for the Activ’screen website may change. Feel free to contact us by email at info@activscreen.com if you have any questions about these terms and Conditions.

1. Identifications

This Website is published by ACTIVSCREEN, hereinafter called “the Publisher.”

Company name: ACTIVSCREEN
Limited liability company with open-ended capital of €103,000.
Registered in the Paris Trade Register under number 409.252.889
Headquarters: 19 rue Klock, Clichy, France 92110.
Telephone: +33 (0)1 44 69 37 37
E-mail: info@activscreen.com

Director of Publication: Benoist Monot, President
Managing Editor: Juliette Truong, Communication Manager

The Website is hosted in France on servers owned by OVH:
Address: 2 rue Kellermann, BP 80157, Roubaix, France 59053 Cedex 1
www.ovh.com
Telephone: +33 (0)8 203 203 63
E-mail: support@ovh.com

2. . Limits of the Publisher’s Liability

The Publisher has endeavored to ensure the accuracy and reliability of all of the information and/or documents on this Website. However, information and/or documents may contain technical inaccuracies or typographical errors, and images and videos may not constitute a completely faithful presentation of reality due to their quality. The Publisher reserves the right to correct such errors once they have been brought to its attention.

The user alone is entirely liable for the use of information and/or documents available on this Website, and the user assumes all consequences that may result therefrom. Under no circumstances may the Publisher be held liable for any errors, inaccuracies or imprecisions that may appear on the Website or differences between illustrations and videos on the Website and reality. Furthermore, no guarantee is made as to the exhaustiveness of the information made available on this Website.

3. Availability and Security of the Website

The Publisher agrees to make every effort to ensure that users are able to access the Website at any time. The Publisher may not be held responsible if the Website is unavailable for any reason whatsoever.

The Publisher cannot guarantee that the servers hosting the Website are free of viruses or other malicious programs or that a technical problem will not occur that could damage the user’s equipment or data. In any case, the Publisher and its subcontractors may not be held liable for any damage that may result from logging into, browsing or downloading something from the Website.

4. Hypertext links

The Website may contain hypertext links to other websites. These links do not signify or indicate that the Publisher endorses the contents of websites linked to by a link on the Website, in part because the contents may have changed since the link was created on the Website.

It is possible to create a link to a page on the Website without the express authorization of the Publisher. However, the Publisher reserves the right to request at its discretion that a link it considers inappropriate be removed.

5. Intellectual Property

The general structure of the Website, along with the text, graphics, images, sounds and videos appearing therein, are the property of the Publisher or its licensors. In particular, the “Activ’screen” and “Activ’store” brands and logos are the property of Interactif Visuel Système IVS. Furthermore, illustrations on the Website may represent patent-pending models or inventions patented by the Publisher or by Interactif Visuel Système IVS.

No licenses or rights other than the right to visit this Website are granted with regard to intellectual property rights. The reproduction of documents on the Website is authorized exclusively for informational purposes for personal, private use. Any reproduction or use of copies made for other purposes is expressly prohibited and may constitute counterfeiting as defined by the Intellectual Property Code.

6. Personal Data – Cookies

Simply visiting the Website does not mean that users’ personal data will be collected or processed. However, personal data collected when a user contacts the Publisher using a form intended for such purpose or subscribes to a newsletter may be stored and processed by the Publisher.

In accordance with the French Computer and Freedoms Act of January 6, 1978, amended by the Act of August 6, 2004, you have the right to access, correct, modify and delete personal data that you have sent to us. You may exercise this right by sending us a request to do so to the Publisher, who oversees processing:
Activscreen – Communication Dept.
19 rue Klock, 92110 Clichy, France
info@activscreen.com

If you are subscribed to information services by e-mail (newsletter), you may make a request to cease receiving such mailings as indicated above or by following the instructions at the bottom of the mailings when you receive them.

For the operation of the Website, the Publisher uses an audience-measuring tool (such as Google Analytics), which leaves and reads cookies on your computer. The first time that you visit the Website, an information banner will first inform you that by continuing to the Website, you accept the use of these cookies. You may disagree and block the cookies at any time by visiting the Website page “Read more and change cookie settings.”

7. Applicable Law

The Website and its methods and conditions of use are governed by French law, regardless of where the Website is used. In the event of a dispute, if an amicable solution cannot be found, the French courts will be only courts with the jurisdiction to hear such disputes.