Terms of Service
ARTICLE 1: OBJECT
The company ABCDENT, SARL with capital of 8,641.08 euros, registered with the RCS Paris under number 423 486 604 ("the Publisher"), whose VAT number is FR10423717404, whose registered office is located at 72, avenue Parmentier - 75011 Paris, publishes and operates the website IMPLANT.TV (hereinafter "the Site"), whose director of publication is Joseph LIPOWICZ.
The contact's email address is: firstname.lastname@example.org.
HEROKU INC, headquartered at 650 7th Street, San Francisco, CA -94103, USA, specializing in the data processing business, hosting and related activities, is the host of the Site.
The Site allows, in particular, Professional Users of the medical world (hereinafter the "Users") to create a personal account, in order to view, broadcast, share and comment videos on the medical-dental theme (hereinafter the "Service") via the Site.
The General Conditions of Use (hereinafter "GCU") described below govern the relationship between ABCDENT S.A.R.L. (hereinafter "the Publisher") and the Users of the Service who have registered via the Site.
To register for the Services offered on the Site, Users must accept these Terms and Conditions without reservation by completing the registration form at the bottom of the page "By registering, you accept without reservation the general conditions of use".
The Publisher reserves the right to modify and / or delete all or part of the Site and / or the Service without notice and without having to inform Users in advance, and without being held responsible for it or against against any third party.
These Terms are accessible at any time on the Site under the heading "General Conditions of Use" at the address https://www.implant.tv/page/cgu-2 and will prevail, as the case may be, on any other version or any other contradictory document.
The Publisher may modify these Terms and Conditions at any time, without notice and without having to inform Users in advance, as soon as it seems appropriate. Users will be informed of the modification of the present by means of the publication of the UGC updated on the Site. The modified Terms will take effect from their publication. Continued use of the Service following this publication will constitute acceptance of the new version hereof.
Users are therefore advised to regularly consult the updated Terms and Conditions on the Site.
ARTICLE 2: PRESENTATION OF THE SERVICE
The Site is primarily intended for professional users of the medical-dental world, such as dentists, medical professionals, students, professionals of the medical and pharmaceutical industry, heads of health centers, heads of scientific societies, prosthetists, secretaries medical. Only these Professional Users have the option to create a personal account under the conditions of Article 3 hereof.
However, the Site remains visible to any Internet user.
The IMPLANT.TV Site offers to its Users who have created a personal account a Multipurpose Service that allows them to:
• View videos posted on the Site;
• Publish videos, either by loading their own videos from their computer or from links via video platforms such as YOUTUBE, VIMEO and DAILYMOTION;
• Share videos (high definition or standard), including on other sites or social networks;
• Create virtual "channels" containing multiple videos;
• Post comments, anonymous or not, under the videos of other Users;
It is understood that these are only videos on the medical-dental theme, with the objective of informing, learning and sharing knowledge in this discipline.
Users may receive the newsletter of the Site on their e-mail address provided during registration. If a User does not wish to receive the newsletter, he can unsubscribe from his account and by being identified, "general information" section at https://www.implant.tv/page/terms-of-service-2, by ticking the box "I agree to receive news from Implant.tv and its partners".
ARTICLE 3 - REGISTRATION TO THE SERVICE
Apart from the viewing of videos that is accessible to any user, Users must first open a personal account with the Publisher on the Site IMPLANT.TV to access other features of the Service.
By creating an account with the Publisher, the User accepts without reservation these Terms.
The User acknowledges and agrees that the Publisher decides unilaterally and without justification to accept or refuse his application for registration on the Site, and that the refusal of this request does not entitle him to any compensation.
The User acknowledges and agrees that all costs related to access to the Service, including costs related to hardware, software or access to the Internet, are his sole responsibility and that he remains solely responsible for the proper operation computer equipment as well as access to the Internet.
Registration for the Service is free.
ARTICLE 3.1: INFORMATION MANAGEMENT
When creating their personal account, Users must enter the following information:
• Company name / name
• Business address (may be limited to the city)
These data are essential for the provision of the Service by the Publisher.
When creating their personal account on the Site, Users undertake to provide true, sincere, complete and up-to-date information enabling the Publisher to provide the Service.
In the event that the information provided by Users is false, incomplete, obsolete or does not allow the provision of the Service under the best conditions, the Publisher reserves the right to close the user's personal account without notice and without giving him any right to compensation.
In general, the Publisher has access to all actions performed by the User from the IMPLANT.TV Website, namely:
• the information necessary to register for the Service;
• his choice of settings;
• its IP address; browser used, time and date of navigation;
• the downloads he makes;
• the videos he shares;
• the comments he posts;
• the social network identifiers that helphim to authenticate (Abcdent has no access to any password or content of the user's profile on his social networks).
All Users registered on the Site have a profile page that other Users can view. Some information always appears on the profile page and can be viewed by any User, such as any content that has been downloaded by the User and any comments that have been posted. Some information does not appear such as the name of the user (unless otherwise indicated by checking the box "I want to display my name instead of my nickname" in the "General Information" section of his account, his business address and his e-mail address.
ARTICLE 3.2: MANAGING PASSWORD AND IDENTIFIER
The Publisher allows Participating Users to access the Service it offers via a password and an identifier, and reserves the right, for whatever reason, to refuse the provision temporarily or permanently.
Each User is personally responsible for his password and his login allowing the connection to the Site via the address IMPLANT.TV and which are personal to him, and undertakes to keep them in a strictly confidential way, and not to communicate them to a third party.
The User, who undertakes not to disclose his password and his username, is solely responsible for their use.
It is therefore, in particular, forbidden to Users to:
• disclose their password and / or username;
• use the identifier of another User of which they have become aware;
• delete or modify their identity and their identifier;
• attempt to access or access applications, data or any type of file to which their identifier does not give them access.
In the event that a User believes that the confidentiality of his password and username could be compromised or that a third party would use them, he must inform the Publisher as soon as possible, by sending a message to the address: email@example.com
In the event that the User does not use his password and identifier in accordance with the present, the Publisher may close the personal account of the User without notice and without giving him any right to compensation .
The Publisher reserves the right to refuse, modify, delete or replace the pseudonym of users of the site IMPLANT.TV, especially if it is already used by another User or if it contravenes the spirit of the present. Note that your username can be accessed by the public.
ARTICLE 4: OBLIGATIONS OF USERS
Users are required to create a Personal Space and undertake to provide accurate information when registering to access the Service in accordance with Article 3 hereof.
The purpose of the Service is to promote the sharing of information and knowledge between professionals in the medical and dental field. Any use of the Service contrary to this purpose will be contrary to these Terms.
Use of the Service is reserved for adults. Any user who registers therefore agrees to be the age of legal majority.
Users undertake not to publish any illegal, offensive, threatening, defamatory, obscene or objectionable content that violates the intellectual property of a User or a third party, or that may affect the quality or the Spirit of Service, such as:
• The publication of outrageous, discriminatory or vulgar content.
• Provision of misleading or misleading information, or inaccurate information
• Disclosure of personal or proprietary information of another user, person or company
• Unauthorized Advertising
• Content that contravenes the deontological rules in force. In particular, the Users undertake to respect the confidentiality inherent to the respect of the medical secret.
In particular, the Publisher reserves the right, but not the obligation, to delete any Content that it considers, in its sole discretion, as violating the obligations of this Article.
If a User believes that a video or comment would contravene these, he may report it to the Publisher using the "Report Abuse" option or by sending an email to the email address: support - at sign - implant .TV. Publisher will make a discretionary decision whether or not to delete the posting material.
ARTICLE 5: DISINTEGRATION - TERMINATION - SUSPENSION OR DELETION OF ACCESS
ARTICLE 5.1 AT THE USER'S INITIATIVE: DISINTEGRATION
The User may unsubscribe from the Service by sending an e-mail to the email address support - arobase - implant.tv from the e-mail address corresponding to his username.
Upon receipt of an unsubscription request, the Publisher shall, within 48 hours, immediately close the User's personal account. Unsubscription is the termination of the User's account.
ARTICLE 5.2: PUBLISHER'S INITIATIVE: SUSPENSION OR DELETION OF ACCESS
The Publisher may suspend or cancel, temporarily or permanently, without notice and without compensation, access to the Site and the Service to any User whose behavior appears to compromise or risk jeopardizing the proper functioning of the Service or undermining rights of third parties or the reputation of the Site and / or the Publisher or to contravene these.
The Publisher reserves the right, but not the obligation, to suspend or cancel, without notice and without compensation, temporarily or permanently, access to the Site and the Service to any User who submits unacceptable Content as described in Article 4 hereof.
ARTICLE 5.3 TERMINATION IN PUBLISHER'S INITIATIVE
In the event of non-performance by the User of the obligations incumbent on him under the terms of the present, the Publisher may give notice to the other party to have to execute this obligation by electronic mail.
If this notice has been unsuccessful within 15 days, the contract will be considered terminated. The Publisher will notify the User of the termination by registered letter with acknowledgment of receipt. The termination will be effective within thirty (30) days of receipt of such notice, and without prejudice to any damages that the Publisher may claim.
ARTICLE 6: EXCLUSION OF WARRANTY
The User acknowledges and expressly agrees that:
• The Publisher does not warrant that the IMPLANT.TV site is free of computer viruses or other technical defects beyond its control.
• The transmission of data on the Internet network enjoys only a relative technical reliability, the Publisher can not be responsible on the one hand, interruptions, slowness and inaccessibilities to the Internet network and, consequently to the Site and On the other hand, because the Internet can be saturated at certain times of the day making access to the Site very difficult or impossible.
• At any time, the Publisher may modify, temporarily or permanently interrupt access to the Site, without having to inform the Internet users beforehand, the Publisher making no commitment to maintain permanent and uninterrupted access to the Site and / or the Service.
• The Publisher is in no way responsible for these interruptions and the consequences that may result for the User.
• The Publisher makes no warranty, express or implied, regarding the quality and compatibility of the Service for the specific uses that the User makes, even if the Publisher will use its best efforts to keep the Site in an operational state.
• The Publisher is in no way able to provide the guarantee that the Service will meet exactly the expectations of the User.
• The Publisher does not warrant that the results, information, or Service, obtained, are free from any error or defect.
• The Publisher disclaims any liability for any disputes, actions or recourse by third parties who may have recourse to private rights, on any content not created by the Publisher.
• Users undertake to publish on the Site only content that does not infringe the intellectual property rights of third parties and guarantee the Publisher against any claim that third parties may make concerning the infringement of their intellectual property rights .
• The Publisher of the Site does not guarantee the Users against the fact that a video, if it has been shared via a link from another site, such as for example the Youtube platform, may be withdrawn by this other site, which would have the effect of disabling the link on the Site.
• The Publisher makes no warranty as to the uninterrupted operation and / or continuity of the Site and / or the Service in case of force majeure or fortuitous events as defined by the regulations in force. Expressly, are considered in particular, but not exclusively, as a case of force majeure, besides those usually retained by the jurisprudence of the French Courts and Tribunals: exceptional weather, natural disasters, fires and floods, lightning, earthquake , storm, water damage, attacks, cases of rupture and blockage of telecommunication networks, damage caused by viruses for which the existing security means on the market do not allow their eradication, as well as any legal modification or regulatory or public order imposed by the competent authorities and which would have the effect of substantially modifying the present general conditions, the total or partial strikes, internal or external to the company, lockout, epidemics, blocking means of transport or supply for whatever reason, governmental restrictions or equal, computer failure, telecommunication blocking including PTT network, failure of the public telecommunications network, losses of Internet connectivity due to public or private operators, failure of the public electricity distribution network and any other independent of the will express agreement of the parties preventing the normal execution of the service (s), or any other event of force majeure or fortuitous event within the meaning of the jurisprudence of the Court of Cassation.
• The Publisher can not be held responsible for the lack of performance of the Site and / or software used or downloaded; the loss of data or services resulting from the non-maintenance of delays, the modification, the suspension or the interruption of the Site and / or Service, or the consequences arising directly or indirectly from the transmission of viruses by through its servers. In addition, because of the characteristics and the limits of the Internet network, which the User recognizes to know perfectly, the Publisher can not be held responsible for, in particular, the difficulties or the impossibility of access to the Site and / or the Service due to the saturation of the network at certain times.
• The Publisher can not be held responsible for any damage of any nature that may arise from the use or otherwise of the impossibility of accessing the Site and / or the Service.
• The Publisher endeavors to the extent that it determines, to maintain the Site 7 days a week and 24 hours a day, but is under no obligation to do so.
• The Publisher makes no commitment regarding the performance of the Site and the Service, considering, in particular, the quality of the Internet network and / or technical configurations.
• The Publisher may interrupt, for a determined time or not, all or part of the access to the Site and / or the Service, in particular, for reasons of maintenance and upgrade, or for any other reasons, including technical and / or in case of force majeure, without any obligation of prior information of the Participants nor without such interruption being entitled to any compensation or reimbursement.
The Site, and in particular the Service, are made available to Users "such as" without any guarantee from the Publisher as to their accessibility or the accuracy of the information published.
ARTICLE 7 – INTELLECTUAL PROPERTY
ARTICLE 7.1: INTELLECTUAL PROPERTY SECURITIES OF THE PUBLISHER
All content comprising the Site, such as photographs, logos, images, sounds, videos, graphics, text, or illustrations as well as its structure, databases, software, codes and any other material and component visual element the Site is protected, in particular by the right of the intellectual property of which the Publisher remains the only holder.
These Terms and Conditions do not carry any assignment of any kind of intellectual property rights on the elements belonging to the Publisher and / or its partners for the benefit of the User.
Users undertake to respect the intellectual property rights attached to the elements that make up the Site and are prohibited, in particular, from distributing them, publishing, transmitting, assigning to any third party, exploiting them for commercial purposes, reproducing them, copy or modify them without the express permission of the Publisher.
In particular, any extraction or reuse of the data contained in the Site, beyond its normal use is strictly prohibited to any User and is subject to the express and prior authorization of the Publisher.
ARTICLE 7.2: RIGHT OF USE OF THE SITE BY THE USER
The User has only a right of use strictly personal, non-exclusive and non-transferable Site. Any other use is subject to the prior express authorization of the Publisher.
Any reproduction, representation or dissemination, including the addition to it of new functions or the making of changes to it that would alter its operation, by any means whatsoever and on any medium whatsoever, is strictly prohibited , with the sole exception of the right to reproduce for storage for representation for a backup copy or print on paper in one copy, provided that the integrity of the documents is respected.
ARTICLE 7.3: INTELLECTUAL PROPERTY RIGHTS OF USERS
Any content posted by a User on the Site may be shared "as is" by other Users. However, the User who published said content remains the sole owner.
Thus, the "sharing" feature does not in any way constitute any assignment of any intellectual property right to other Users or third parties. Therefore, they are formally forbidden to make any reproduction / modification and any use for such commercial purposes of such content on any medium whatsoever, without the express permission of the author of the content in question.
ARTICLE 7.4: LICENSE TO USE CONTENTS PUT ON LINE BY USERS GRANTED TO THE PUBLISHER
Regarding content and information protected by intellectual property rights, including videos that Users may upload to the Site, Users grant a non-exclusive, transferable, sublicensable, royalty-free and worldwide license for any use of these intellectual property contents published on the Site as soon as they are put online (intellectual property license). This license is granted for the whole world and for the duration of protection of the intellectual property rights of the contents in question.
The rights thus granted by Users to the Publisher are the rights of reproduction and representation attached to the content published on the Site. These rights include, but are not limited to, the following rights:
• the right to use;
• the right to modify, including the right to improve, translate etc;
• the right to adapt;
• the right to integrate and incorporate;
• the right to exploit;
• the right to represent;
• the right to reproduce;
• the right to distribute and distribute;
• the right to broadcast;
• the right to communicate to the public by telecommunication;
• the right to perform or perform in public;
• the right to reproduce;
• the right to transport in a different environment (hardware, software, computer, electronic, web, multimedia or other);
• the right to sue, continue legal proceedings and defend against legal proceedings, in order to assert or defend all or part of the rights granted under this contract;
• the right to collect any income, royalty, damage, claim, amount awarded by judgment or payment.
The rights, titles and interests of intellectual property granted by Users to the Publisher may be exercised:
• in any way, whether or not that way is known or foreseeable at the time of signing this contract;
• in any form whatsoever, whether or not this form is known or foreseeable at the time of signing this contract;
• on any medium whatsoever, whether or not this medium is known or foreseeable at the time of signing this contract;
• by any process or technology, whether or not that process or technology is known or foreseeable at the time of signing this contract.
The User is informed that the Publisher may use the content subject to a license for use under the aforementioned conditions without any obligation to pay (provided that the User has no obligation to communicate them on the site).
Thus, the User warrants to the Publisher that the content published by him on the Site does not infringe the intellectual property rights of third parties and guarantees the Publisher against any legal action that may be brought by third parties claiming their rights intellectual property rights on the contents published on the Site.
ARTICLE 8: PERSONAL DATA
Abcdent complies with the General Data Protection Regulation (RGDP) which is the European reference text for the protection of personal data
What is personal data?
Personal data is information that allows you to recognize yourself as a person.
To ensure its benefits, the sending of newsletters, the registration and the secure settlement to the events, we need: your last name, your profession, your address, your telephone number, your e-mail. Your browsing preferences on the Internet are also personal data.
I. When you open and / or use any of our online services, the information collected includes:
• The type of browser you are using
• The pages you visited on our website
• The operating system
• Your IP address or shortened IP address
• User behavior (click behavior, session duration, etc.)
This information is mainly collected and used in an anonymized or pseudonymized form.
II. If you registered on our website, you have voluntarily provided information about yourself which includes:
• First name, last name and title
• Professional activity
• Contact information (eg e-mail, phone)
Why are my personal data collected? What is my interest?
The knowledge of your personal data is essential to ensure the proper functioning of our sites. It also makes possible the development of services that allow you to benefit from the advantages that are always closer to your professional needs.
Implant.tv does not request registration of its users for the simple consultation of its site.
Personal data may be voluntarily disclosed by the User for the creation of an account.
In accordance with the law "Informatique et Libertés", the processing of personal data carried out by Abcdent have been the subject of a declaration to the CNIL. The National Commission for Informatics and Freedoms is an independent French administrative authority charged with ensuring that information technology does not infringe on human identity, human rights, privacy, or individual or public liberties.
Dissemination of personal data
the Publisher puts in place all means capable of ensuring the confidentiality and security of your personal data, so as to prevent their damage, erasure or access by unauthorized third parties.
Access to your personal data is strictly limited to our administrative staff. Your data is not undertreated.
the Publisher undertakes not to sell, rent, assign or give access to third parties to your data unless forced to do so by reason of a legitimate reason (legal obligation, fight against fraud or abuse , exercise of the rights of the defense, etc.)
Only the details collected during registration through the ticketing will be accessible to the organizing companies concerned by the event purchased.
The personal data thus collected may be sent to the Editor's staff and to any third party responsible for participating in the implementation, implementation or monitoring of the Service. The Publisher's staff and the third parties designated by the Publisher (partners and / or subcontractors) will have access to and may use the personal data collected for the sole purpose of providing the Publisher's proposed Service. In any case, personal data will not be transferred to third parties, whether it is free or expensive.
The Person in charge of the processing of personal data is Joseph Lipowicz.
How do we protect your data?
Your personal information is stored in secure networks and is only accessible to a limited number of people who have special access rights to these systems, and are subject to a duty of confidentiality regarding this information. In addition, all sensitive information you provide is encrypted through Secure Socket Layer (SSL) technology.
All credit card transactions are processed through our PCI-compliant Monetico Service Provider (CIC) and are not stored or processed on our servers.
What rights do you have on your personal data?
According to the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR), you have the following rights:
· Permission to access
· Right of rectification
· Right of cancellation ("Right to be forgotten")
· Right of treatment restriction
You can access your data from your site on the "my information" section by clicking on this link
In this section you can edit delete your data by closing your account. You can also ask us for this deletion by email on firstname.lastname@example.org or by mail at: ABCDENT SARL - 72, avenue Parmentier 75011 Paris
You have the possibility, at any time, to stop receiving the newsletters sent by Abcdent by e-mail either on your personal space by clicking on this link or at the address email@example.com
Retention of personal data
Abcdent allows you to easily maintain the accuracy, up-to-date and integrity of your personal data. We store your personal data for the period necessary for the purposes described in our Terms and Conditions and our service-specific summaries. To estimate these durations, we carefully determine if we need to collect personal data and, if we establish such a need, we keep it only during the necessary to achieve the purpose of the collection, unless a duration of longer storage is required by law.
To use the Implant.tv website in the best conditions, it is advisable to enable cookies on your computer, tablet, smartphone or other mobile devices. Otherwise, we can not fully guarantee a smooth visit to our site.and the opportunity to benefit from our services especially to remember your shopping baskets or your preferences.
You can decide to disable all cookies. You can do this in your browser settings as follows:
* On Internet Explorer.
1 Go to Tools> Internet Options.
2 Click the Privacy tab.
3 Click the advanced button, check the box "Ignore automatic cookie management".
* On Firefox
1 At the top of the Firefox window, click the Firefox button (Tools menu in Windows XP), and select Options.
2 Select the Privacy panel.
3 Set Retention Rules: Use the custom settings for the history.
4 Uncheck Accept cookies.
* On Chrome
1 Click the wrench icon on the browser toolbar.
2 Select Settings.
3 Click Show advanced settings.
4 In the "Privacy" section, click the Content Settings button.
5 In the "Cookies" section, you can block cookies and data from third-party sites
* On Safari
1 Go to Settings> Preferences
2 Click the Privacy tab
3 In the "Block cookies" box, check the "always" box
* On Opera
1 Go to Settings> Preferences
2 Click the advanced tab
3 In the "Cookies" box, check the box "Never accept cookies"
However, once this uninstallation is complete, the participant will no longer be able to access certain parts of the Site.
The deactivation of your cookies will not interfere with your use of our site for visitors but risk for registrants to lose some benefits and more generally the possibility of using the services offered by our sites in optimal conditions.
For more information, we invite you to refer to the page dedicated to the cookies policy on the following link
Links to third party sites
We may include links to third party sites on our own site (social media or links to other sites). These third-party sites have separate and independent privacy policies. We therefore have no responsibility for the content and activity of the sites of these links. Nevertheless, we are always looking to protect the integrity of our site.
ARTICLE 9: INSTALLATION OF A COOKIE
The Publisher informs the User that he wishes to install a cookie on his computer, that a cookie includes information relating to his browsing and does not identify the user.
On the other hand, it records information relating to the browsing of the Participant's computer on the Site (the pages consulted, the date and time of the consultation, etc.) that the Website may use during its subsequent visits.
Cookies are used to:
• evaluate the audience of the Site;
• store information about your preferences, allowing us to customize your navigation;
• speed up your searches;
• recognize you when you return to the Site.
The Publisher informs the User that he may oppose the registration of "cookies" by configuring his browser as follows:
On Internet Explorer:
1. Go to Tools> Internet Options.
2. Click the Privacy tab.
3. Click on the advanced button, check the box "Ignore the automatic management of cookies".
1. At the top of the Firefox window, click the Firefox button (Tools menu in Windows XP), and select Options.
2. Select the Privacy panel.
3. Set Retention Rules: to use custom settings for history.
4. Uncheck Accept cookies.
1. Click the wrench icon on the browser toolbar.
2. Select Settings.
3. Click Show advanced settings.
4. In the "Privacy" section, click the Content Settings button.
5. In the "Cookies" section, you can block cookies and data from third-party sites
1. Go to Settings> Preferences
2. Click the Privacy tab
3. In the "Block cookies" area, check the "always" box
1. Go to Settings> Preferences
2. Click the Advanced tab
3. In the "Cookies" box, check the box "Never accept cookies"
Nevertheless, once this uninstallation is done, the User will no longer be able to access certain parts of the Site.
ARTICLE 10: ENTIRE AGREEMENTS
These General Conditions of Use of the Service reflect all the commitments made by the Contracting Parties in the context of its purpose. They cancel and replace any other written agreement signed between the Parties.
ARTICLE 11: SAFEGUARD CLAUSE
The invalidity or impossibility of implementation of any of the clauses of these Terms, if it does not significantly affect the contractual balance, will not result in the termination of these Terms.
ARTICLE 12: NO RENUNCIATION TO A RIGHT
The failure of either party to exercise on one or more occasions the rights, options, claims or actions of the Contract shall not be construed as a waiver or denial of the right to exercise that option.
ARTICLE 13: PARTIAL NON-VALIDATION – SILENCE
If one or more provisions of this contract are null and void, or invalid or declared as such pursuant to a law, regulation or as a result of a final decision of a competent court, the other stipulations will retain all their strength and their scope.
Such a nullity will not entail that of the other provisions. The parties undertake to replace the provisions thus condemned by new stipulations, in accordance with the legal provisions applicable to the case, and having a meaning and an effect as close as possible (at the legal and economic levels) to that envisaged previously .
In case of silence of the contract or impossibility to replace a clause, the Parties agree to meet and to compensate for this silence by a provision negotiated in good faith. Failing this, the provisions of Common Law will, as far as possible, remedy this silence.
ARTICLE 14: ELECTION OF DOMICILE
The Publisher elects domicile instead of its registered office 72, avenue Parmentier - 75011 Paris, France.
Users elect domicile to the addresses entered in their personal account according to the terms of Article 3.
Any change of address of either Party shall be notified to the other Party by mail or e-mail.
ARTICLE 15: APPLICABLE LAW - DISPUTES
These General Conditions of Use of the Service are subject to French law, to the exclusion of any other legislation, whatever the nationality of the User, it is so for the rules of substance and form.
In the absence of an amicable agreement between the parties and in case of failure of the talks, the parties will resume their entire freedom and the dispute will be brought before the competent courts.
By express agreement, in the absence of an amicable agreement, the courts in the jurisdiction of Paris shall have sole jurisdiction for any dispute or dispute relating to the formation, interpretation, execution, or non-performance of the present, notwithstanding plurality of defendants or appeal in warranty, even for provisional proceedings, in summary proceedings or by application.
In case of difficulty of interpretation, the english version of these Terms prevails over any other version that could be translated into another language.