Privacy & Policy
According to French Law n° 2004-575, dated june 21st, 2004 for the trustworthiness in the digital economy, and to the EU General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR), it is brought to the attention of Users of the site www.formelibre.com these legal notices.
Connection and navigation on the site www.formelibre.com by the User implies full and unreserved acceptance of these legal notices.
These are available on the site under the heading “Legal notices”.
ARTICLE 1: The publisher
The edition and the direction of the publication of the site www.formelibre.com is ensured by Edouard Du Masle, domiciled 3 rue Voltaire, 38000 Grenoble, whose telephone number is +33 (0)-6 81 94 45 97, and the email address firstname.lastname@example.org.
ARTICLE 2: The host
The host of the site www.formelibre.com is the Dreamhost Company, whose head office is located in Los Angeles, California, United States
ARTICLE 3: Access to the site
The site is accessible from any location, 7 days a week, 24 hours a day except in cases of force majeure, scheduled or unscheduled interruption and which may arise from a need for maintenance.
In the event of modification, interruption or suspension of the services the site www.formelibre.com cannot be held responsible.
ARTICLE 4: Data collection
The site is exempt from declaration to the National Data Protection Commission (CNIL) insofar as it does not collect any data concerning users.
ARTICLE 5: Cookies
The User is informed that during his visits to the site, a cookie can be automatically installed on his browser software.
By browsing the site, he accepts them.
A cookie is an element which does not identify the User but is used to record information relating to the browsing thereof on the website. The User may deactivate this cookie through the parameters appearing in their browser software.
ARTICLE 6: Intellectual property
Any use, reproduction, distribution, marketing, modification of all or part of the site www.formelibre.com, without the Publisher’s authorization is prohibited and may result in legal action and prosecution as provided in particular by the Intellectual Property Code and the Civil Code.