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Terms of Using the website
www.open-root.eu

Applicable as of 15/10/2012

ARTICLE 1. LEGAL INFORMATION

1.1 Publisher
You are currently logged in to the website www.open-root.eu published by the company Savoir-Faire SAS, with a capital of €9050, RCS Paris: B 535 199 228, registered office: 17 rue Mesnil 75116 Paris France, No. VAT number: FR 55 535199228, email: contact@open-root.eu, publishing director: Louis POUZIN.

1.2 Webhost
The site is hosted by Gandi.net whose registered office is 15 place de la Nation 75011 Paris France, reached by telephone at the following number: 3370377661.

ARTICLE 2. DEFINITIONS

"Users" means any person or entity, private law or public law, connecting to the Site.
"Website" the website accessible at the URL www.open-root.eu and sub-sites, mirror sites, portal URL and variations thereto.

ARTICLE 3. SCOPE

The Website is free access to any Internet user. Navigation on the site implies acceptance by any Internet user of these terms and conditions. The simple connection to the Website carry full acceptance of these conditions. The Internet recognizes the same fact having read and understood and accepted without restriction.
These general conditions apply to the relations between the parties to the exclusion of all other conditions, including those of the User.
The acceptance of these terms presupposes that Internet users they enjoy legal capacity to do so, or if they have the permission of a guardian or trustee if they are unable, their legal representative if they are minors, or they hold a warrant if they act on behalf of a legal person.

ARTICLE 4. DATA PROTECTION ACT

4.1 CNIL Reporting - Responsible for processing
Savoir-Faire SAS file containing the personal data of Internet users and customers has been declared to the CNIL registered under No 1621713 (10/10/2012).

4.2 Optional nature of providing data
Internet users have the free right to provide their personal information. The provision of personal information is not necessary for navigating the site.

4.3 Provision imperative for data registration
However, registering on this site involves the collection by Savoir-Faire SAS of a number of personal information about Internet users. Internet users do not wish to provide the information necessary to use the Services offered on the Website and, where appropriate, need to create a personal space, cannot order on this Site.
Within an order on this Site, the information obtained from the collection of payment data, including credit card number and its use for commercial identification is subject to obtaining consent of the person concerned through various forms on the site.

4.4 Respect for the finality of collection of personal data
The personal data collected are subject to a treatment and are reserved exclusively Savoir-Faire. The data collected are necessary for the proper administration of the Site, as well as compliance with its contractual obligations by Savoir-Faire. These data are maintained by Savoir-Faire SAS in this unique quality. Savoir-Faire SAS undertakes not to use it in another context or to transmit them to third parties outside the express agreement of clients or cases provided by law.

4.5 Right of access, rectification and opposition
Contact information for all Clients registered on this site is saved for a period of 1 year duration is reasonable for the proper administration of the site and use normal data. This data is kept under secure conditions, according to the current means of the technique, in accordance with the provisions of the processing Law and Freedoms of 6 January 1978.
Accordance with, Clients have the right to oppose, query, access and rectify the data they have provided. For this, they need to apply to Savoir-Faire, by formulating the following email address: cnil@open-root.eu, or by post to the registered address of Savoir-Faire SAS referred to in Article 1 of these conditions.

ARTICLE 5. COOKIES AND IP ADDRESSES OF INTERNET USERS

5.1 Cookies

5.1.1 Purpose of the implementation of cookies
To allow all Internet users an optimal navigation on this site as well as better functioning of the various interfaces and applications _ Savoir-Faire SAS can make the installation of a cookie on the computer workstation of the Internet.

5.1.2 Purpose of cookies
Cookies are used to store information relating to the navigation of the site (date, page, hours), as well as any data entered by web users during their visit (search, login, email, password). These cookies are meant to be kept on the computer workstation of the Internet for a variable period up to one month and can be read and used by Savoir-Faire SAS during a subsequent visit of the Internet on this Site.

5.1.3 Faculty of opposition of the Internet user to the implementation of cookies
The Internet user has the ability to block, modify the retention period, or delete these cookies via their browser interface (usually: tools or options / privacy or confidentiality). In such a case, the navigation on this site may not be optimized. If disabling cookies systematically on the browser of the Internet prevents the use of certain Services, this malfunction cannot in any case constitute an injury for which Customer shall not be entitled to any compensation as a result.

5.1.4 Deleting cookies
Internet users also have the option to delete cookies implanted on their computer by going to the menu of their browser for this purpose (usually tools or options / privacy or confidentiality). Such action loose the benefit provided to Internet users through cookies.

5.2 IP Addresses

5.2.1 Definition and collects IP addresses
The IP address corresponds to a series of numbers separated by allowing the unique identification of a computer on the Internet. Savoir-Faire SAS reserves the right to collect the public IP address of all Internet users. The collection of this IP address will be anonymous.
The IP addresses of Internet users will be stored for the same duration as personal information and will only allow for the proper administration of the services offered on this Site.

5.2.2 Communication of IP addresses
Savoir-Faire SAS will provide all the personal data relating to an Internet Police on the legal requisition or any person by judicial decision. The IP address can be a rapprochement with the actual identity of the Internet user in the event of disclosure of such information by a provider of Internet access.

ARTICLE 6. CUSTOMER SERVICE

Customer Service Site is available Monday to Friday from 9am to 18pm at the coordinates specified in Article 1 of these conditions. Savoir-Faire SAS is committed to respond to the demands of Internet users working under 6:00.