3, avenue Jean-Jaurès — 93331 Neuilly-sur-Marne Cedex FRANCE

Publishing Director : Ms Christine MARCHAL, Director of GIP-IFITS

Graphic design, development and creation : Groupe Sociatex, agence & studio Web — +33 (0)1 83 64 64 04

Hosting company

Groupe Sociatex - 
67 avenue de Verdun - 77470 TRILPORT
 — Tel.: +33 (0)1 83 64 64 04

General terms and conditions

The general terms and conditions are set out to define access and use conditions for the IFITS website, accessed via the following addresses : www.ifits.fr, hereinafter referred to as the " website ".
 Accessing and using the website implies that the web user, hereinafter referred to as the " user ", tacitly accepts the present general terms and conditions, in the latest version as published online, in their entirety and without reservation.

Personal data

The data gathered is subject to data processing, designed to answer your requests for information and to meet the needs of prospecting and commercial management. In accordance with the French Data Protection Act, dated 6 January 1978 and amended in 2004, you have right of access and rectification of personal data, which you may exercise by sending a letter to IFITS, 3, avenue Jean-Jaurès — 93331 Neuilly-sur-Marne Cedex FRANCE. You are also entitled to oppose the processing of any data concerning you, provided you have a legitimate reason to do so.

Intellectual property

All content reproduced on the website (text, images, logos, posters, brands, files, software development, photos, videos etc.), hereinafter referred to as " content " is protected by intellectual property laws in accordance with the legislation and regulations in force, particularly copyright and ancillary rights, trademark law and sui generis database rights.
The reproduction, use and publication, even partially, of the website content is therefore formally prohibited without express consent from the relevant author, in accordance with the French Intellectual Property Code. Any person who contravenes these provisions could be found guilty of piracy and, for this reason, may be prosecuted in accordance with civil or criminal law.
However, some reproductions are permissible under the legal exceptions as stated in Article L122-5 of the French Intellectual Property Code.