Under Article 6 of Law No. 2004-575 of June 21, 2004 on trust in the digital economy, the users of the website www.betomorrow.com have been fully informed of the identity of the various stakeholders in the context of its realization and its follow-up:
Owner: BeTomorrow – SARL with a capital of 300,000 euros. 440 845 667 R.C.S. BORDEAUX – 44 rue Barreyre, Bordeaux, France
Creator: A. Ribeiro
Publication Manager: A. Ribeiro – email@example.com
Webmaster: A. Parenteau – firstname.lastname@example.org
Host: OVH – 2 rue Kellermann – 59100 Roubaix – France
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The use of the www.betomorrow.com website implies full acceptance of the terms and conditions described below. These conditions of use may be modified or supplemented at any time, users of the site www.betomorrow.com are therefore invited to consult them regularly.
This site is normally accessible to users at any time. However, interruption due to technical maintenance may take place at the discretion of BeTomorrow, who will then endeavor to communicate this to users, alongside with the dates and times of the said interruption of service.
The website www.betomorrow.com is updated regularly by A. Parenteau. Similarly, the legal notices can be modified at any time: nonetheless, they apply to all users, who are invited to refer to them as often as possible.
The purpose of www.betomorrow.com is to provide information on all of the company’s activities.
BeTomorrow strives to provide as accurate information as possible on the website www.betomorrow.com. However, the company cannot be held responsible for omissions, inaccuracies and deficiencies in updates, whether by the company or third party partners who provide this information.
All the information shared on the site www.betomorrow.com is given for indicative purposes only, and is likely to evolve. In addition, the information on www.betomorrow.com is not exhaustive. They are given subject to modifications having been made since they went online.
The website cannot be held responsible for material damage related to the use of the site. In addition, the website user agrees to access the site using recent equipment, free of any viruses and with the most up-to-date version of his preferred browser.
BeTomorrow owns the intellectual property rights or has the rights to use all the elements available on the site, including text, images, graphics, logos, icons, sounds, software.
Any reproduction, representation, modification, publication, adaptation of all or part of the elements of the site, without the prior written permission of BeTomorrow and regardless of the means or process used, is prohibited.
Any unauthorized use of the site or any of its elements will be considered as an infringement and prosecuted in accordance with the provisions of Articles L.335-2 and the Intellectual Property Code.
BeTomorrow cannot be held liable for direct or indirect damage to the user’s equipment when accessing the www.betomorrow.com site, and resulting from the use of equipment that does not meet the specifications indicated in point 4, either the appearance of a bug or an incompatibility.
Furthermore, BeTomorrow cannot be held liable for consequential damages (such as for example, market loss or loss of opportunities) resulting from the use of the site www.betomorrow.com.
Interactive spaces (possibility to ask questions in the contact area) are available to users. BeTomorrow reserves the right to remove, without prior notice, any content posted in this space that would violate the applicable law in France, especially the provisions relating to data protection. If applicable, BeTomorrow also reserves the right to question the user’s civil and/or criminal liability, particularly in the event of a racist, abusive, defamatory or pornographic message, regardless of the medium used (text , photography…).
In France, personal data are notably protected by Law No. 78-87 of January 6, 1978, Law No. 2004-801 of August 6, 2004, Article L. 226-13 of the Penal Code and the European Directive of October 24, 1995.
When using the site www.betomorrow.com, the following information can be collected: the URL of the links through which the user has accessed the site www.betomorrow.com, the service provider of the user, the Internet Protocol (IP) address of the user.
In any case, BeTomorrow only collects personal information about the user for certain services offered by the site www.betomorrow.com. The user provides this information with full knowledge of the facts, in particular when he proceeds to input such information himself. The user is then informed of his right to accept or refuse to provide such information when using the site www.betomorrow.com.
In accordance with the provisions of Article 38 and seq. Of Law 78-17 of January 6, 1978 relating to data, files and freedoms, all users have a right of access, rectification and opposition to personal data concerning him. The user can write and sign a request, accompanied by a copy of his identity document (with a signature), specifying the address to which the answer must be sent.
No personal information of the user of the website www.betomorrow.com is published, exchanged, transferred, assigned or sold on any support to third parties without the knowledge of the user. The only exception to this would be the acquisition or cession of BeTomorrow to a buyer, and in turn, the prospective purchaser would have the same obligation to store and modify data with respect to the user of the site www.betomorrow.com.
The aforementioned site is declared to the CNIL under number: being obtained.
The databases are protected by the provisions of the Act of July 1, 1998 transposing Directive 96/9 of March 11, 1996 on the legal protection of databases.
The website www.betomorrow.com contains a number of hypertext links to other sites, set up with the permission of BeTomorrow. However, BeTomorrow cannot verify the contents of those websites, and will therefore assume no responsibility for this fact.
Browsing on the website www.betomorrow.com is likely to trigger the installation of cookie(s) on the user’s computer. A cookie is a small file, which does not allow the identification of the user, but records information relating to web navigation for a given computer. Data thus obtained is intended to facilitate subsequent navigation on the site, and to facilitate the return of the user to the site.
Refusing to allow cookies may make it impossible to access certain services. However, if the user decides to refuse to enable cookies, here are different ways in which he can configure his computer:
Using Internet Explorer: “tool” tab (icon shaped as a cog in the upper right corner) / internet options. Click on “Privacy” and choose “Block all cookies”. Validate by clicking “Ok”.
Using Firefox: at the top of the browser window, click the Firefox button, then go to the “Options” tab. Click on the “Privacy” tab. Set the retention rules to: use custom settings for history. Finally, uncheck it to disable cookies.
Using Safari: Click on the “Menu” icon at the top right of the browser (symbolized by a cog). Select “Settings”. Click on “Show Advanced Settings”. In the “Privacy” section, click on “Content Settings”. Here, you can block cookies from the “Cookies” section.
Using Chrome: Click on the “Menu” icon at the top right of the browser (symbolized by three horizontal lines). Select “Settings”. Click on “Show Advanced Settings”. In the “Privacy” section, click on “Preferences”. Here, you can block cookies from the “Privacy” tab.
Any dispute in connection with the use of the website www.betomorrow.com is subject to the French law. The competent courts of Paris are exclusively responsible for such disputes.
Law n ° 78-17 of January 6, 1978, notably modified by the law n ° 2004-801 of August 6, 2004 relating to data processing, files and freedoms.
Law No. 2004-575 of June 21, 2004 on Confidentiality in the Digital Economy
User: any internet user connected on the website, or using the abovementioned website.
Personal data: “information that allows, in any form whatsoever, directly or indirectly, the identification of the natural persons to whom they apply” (article 4 of law n° 78-17 from January 6, 1978).