legal information

Article 1 : Editor : Creacontact (The website) is edited by BMMC, S.A.S. (hereinafter “The Company”), with a capital of 10 000 euros, whose registered office is located at 17 rue Charles V – 75004 Paris, registered with the PAris Trade and Companies Registry under the number 823 898 283. The intracommunity VAT number is as follows : FR 31 823898283.

Article 2 : Publishing director : Bénédicte Charmes is the President of the Company and the Publishing Director of the Website. Contact email : hello@creacontact.com

Article 3 : Hosting : Creacontact is hosted by o2switch, which has a capital of 100 000 euros, and which is located chemin des Pardiaux – 63000 Clermont-Ferrand. It is registered under the number 510 909 80700032 .

Article 4 : Copyright and links to external sites : All elements on this Website (databases, drawings, downloadable documents, illustrations, animated images, still images, logos, trademarks, page layout, models, etc.) are protected by French and international legislation on copyright and intellectual property. Without prior written authorisation from the Publisher, any reproduction, representation, adaptation or modification, in whole or in part, of any element of the Site, by any means whatsoever, is prohibited and will be prosecuted.

Photo credit : incamerastock, GL archive – alamy banque d’images; rawpixel.com, mindandi, vecstock, primaua, aalmehad, trysmartart, the champ – freepik.

Links on the Website to external sites are provided for information purposes only. The Company cannot be held responsible for the content of these external sites.

Article 5: Use of the Site and its services: The Internet User is solely responsible for the use he or she makes of the Site and its services. In particular, the use of the information available on the Site is the sole responsibility of the User. Any decisions or actions that the User may be led to take or carry out in consideration of such information shall not incur any liability other than his/her own. The User is the sole judge of the usefulness to him of the content consulted. He therefore undertakes to use the services with discernment and to bear the risks associated with their use.

Article 6: Liability of the Publisher: the Company makes every effort to ensure the quality of the information it publishes. However, the Company may not be held liable for any errors or omissions it may contain. Consequently, the Company may not be held liable for any damage whatsoever that may result therefrom.

Generally speaking, the Internet user accepts that, to the extent permitted by the law in force, the Company cannot be held liable for any damage whatsoever, whether direct or indirect, material or immaterial, and in particular for any loss of profit or data, resulting from the use of the services or a visit to the Site. The Company does not guarantee that its services will perfectly meet the Internet user’s expectations, will not be interrupted or will be relevant, exhaustive or error-free. Similarly, the Company accepts no responsibility for the accuracy, completeness, legitimacy, reliability or availability of information contained on third-party sites referenced on the Site.

Article 7: Protection of personal data: Any personal data collected within the framework of the Site or the Company’s Services is subject to computer processing under the conditions defined by the applicable legal provisions. In accordance with the French Data Protection Act of 6 August 2004 (art. 34 et seq.), persons whose personal data has been collected have the right to access, rectify, modify and delete all data concerning them. To exercise these rights, they may send their request by email to the following address : hello@creacontact.com or by following the procedure indicated in each newsletter or commercial e-mail sent by the Site or the Company. In compliance with this law, the collection and storage of data by the Company has been declared to the CNIL. This data is not intended to be sold or rented to partners. Internet users are required to comply with the provisions of the French Data Protection Act, any breach of which may result in criminal penalties. In particular, they must refrain from collecting or misusing any personal information to which they have access and, in general, from any act likely to infringe the privacy or reputation of individuals.