1 – Site publishing

In accordance with article 6 of French law no. 2004-575 of June 21, 2004 on confidence in the digital economy, users of the https://www.vemoo.fr website are informed of the identity of the various parties involved in its creation and follow-up :

Site owner: Entreprise VeMoo SAS

Contact: contact@VeMoo.fr

Address: 19, rue des forgerons 67230 SERMERSHEIM.

Company identification: VeMoo SAS – with share capital of €110000 – SIREN: 908-373-665 – RCS or RM: RCS Strasbourg – Postal address: 19, rue des forgerons – 67230 SERMERSHEIM

Publication manager: Sébastien HURSTEL – Contact: contact@vemoo.fr

Host: Easy-hebergement Address: SWIIPTEL SAS – 10 Rue des Frères Peugeot – 31130 Balma France – 0 155 288 060

Data protection delegate: Sébastien HURSTEL – Contact: contact@vemoo.fr

2 – Intellectual property and counterfeiting

Entreprise VeMoo SAS is the owner of the intellectual property rights and holds the rights of use on all the elements accessible on the website, in particular the texts, images, graphics, logos, videos, architecture, icons and sounds.

Any reproduction, representation, modification, publication, adaptation of all or part of the elements of the site, whatever the means or process used, is prohibited, except with the prior written authorisation of Entreprise VeMoo SAS.

Any unauthorised use of the site or of any of the elements it contains will be considered as constituting an infringement and will be prosecuted in accordance with the provisions of articles L.335-2 et seq. of the French Intellectual Property Code.

3 – Limitations of responsibility

Entreprise VeMoo SAS may not be held liable for any direct or indirect damage caused to the user’s equipment when accessing the https://www.vemoo.fr website.

Entreprise VeMoo SAS declines all responsibility for the use that may be made of the information and content present on https://www.vemoo.fr.

Entreprise VeMoo SAS undertakes to ensure the security of the https://www.vemoo.fr site to the best of its ability, however it may not be held liable if unwanted data is imported and installed on its site without its knowledge.

Interactive areas (contact space or comments) are available to users. Entreprise VeMoo SAS – reserves the right to delete, without prior notice, any content posted in this area that contravenes the legislation applicable in France, in particular the provisions relating to data protection.

Where applicable, Entreprise VeMoo SAS also reserves the right to hold the user civilly and/or criminally liable, particularly in the event of messages of a racist, insulting, defamatory or pornographic nature, regardless of the medium used (text, photographs, etc.).

4 – CNIL and management of personal data

In accordance with the provisions of Act 78-17 of 6 January 1978 as amended, users of the https://www.vemoo.fr website have the right to access, modify and delete any information collected. To exercise this right, please send a message to our Data Protection Officer: Sébastien HURSTEL – contact@vemoo.fr.

For more information on how we process your data (type of data, purpose, recipient, etc.), please read our https://www.vemoo.fr/en/privacy-policy/

5 – Hypertext links and cookies

The https://www.vemoo.fr site contains hypertext links to other sites and accepts no responsibility for these external links or for links created by other sites to https://www.vemoo.fr.

Browsing the https://www.vemoo.fr website may result in the installation of cookie(s) on the user’s computer.

A “cookie” is a small file that records information about a user’s browsing on a site. The data obtained in this way can be used to measure visitor numbers, for example.

You can accept or refuse cookies by modifying your browser settings. No cookies will be deposited without your consent.

Cookies are stored for a maximum of 1 month.

For more information on how we use cookies, please read our Privacy Policy : https://www.vemoo.fr/en/privacy-policy/

6 – Applicable law and jurisdiction

Any dispute relating to the use of the https://www.vemoo.fr website is subject to French law. Except in cases where the law does not allow it, exclusive jurisdiction is given to the competent courts of Strasbourg.