1. Website information
In accordance with French Act no. 2004-575 of 21 June 2004 on Confidence in the Digital Economy, we hereby inform users of the www.marbour.eu website of the identity of the different entities responsible for website creation and maintenance:
Owner: Marbour- SAS – 2 Boulevard Faidherbe, 13012 Marseille, France
Publication Manager: Jean Bourdillon – email@example.com
The publication manager may be a natural person or legal entity.
Webmaster: Mancini & Traverso – firstname.lastname@example.org
Host: OVH – 2 rue Kellermann – 59100 Roubaix – France
Credits: this legal information was generated and provided free of charge by Subdelirium.
2. General conditions of use for the website and services provided
Use of the www.marbour.eu website implies full and complete acceptance of the following general conditions of use. These conditions of use may be amended or added to at any time. Users of the www.marbour.eu website are therefore encouraged to view them regularly.
This website is normally accessible to users at any time. However, should marbour decide to interrupt service for technical reasons, the times and dates shall be communicated to users in advance.
The www.marbour.eu website is regularly updated by marbour. Similarly, the legal information may be amended at any time. Users nevertheless remain subject to said information and are encouraged to view it as often as possible.
3. Description of services provided
The www.marbour.eu website aims to provide information on all company activities.
Marbour strives to provide the most accurate information possible on the www.marbour.eu website. However, it may not be held liable for any omissions, inaccuracies or failures to update, whether due to its own failing or the failing of a third-party partner providing this information.
Any information given on the www.marbour.eu website is for information purposes only and is subject to change. Furthermore, information on the www.marbour.eu website is not exhaustive. It is given subject to any modifications made since publication.
4. Contractual limitations on technical data
The website may not be held liable for any material damage associated with its use. Furthermore, website users undertake to access the website using recent hardware, containing no viruses, via a latest-generation browser.
5. Intellectual property and counterfeiting
Marbour owns all intellectual property rights or holds the usage rights for all content accessible via the website, including the text, images, graphics, logo, icons, sounds and software.
There may be no reproduction, representation, modification, publication or adaptation of any or all of the website content, by any means or process whatsoever, without prior express written permission from marbour.
Any unauthorised use of the website or any of the items it contains shall be considered to constitute counterfeiting, which shall be dealt with in accordance with Articles L. 335-2 and following of the French Intellectual Property Code.
6. Limitations of liability
Marbour may not be held liable for any direct or indirect damage to user hardware when accessing the www.marbour.eu website, resulting either from the use of hardware that does not comply with the specifications set out in Point 4, or from the occurrence of a bug or incompatibility.
Marbour may not be held liable for any indirect damage (e.g. loss of a market or opportunity) following use of the www.marbour.eu website.
Interactive areas (questions asked in the contact area) are available for users. Marbour reserves the right to remove, without prior notice, any content entered into this area that does not comply with applicable legislation in France, in particular any provisions pertaining to data protection. Where necessary, marbour also reserves the right to engage the user’s civil or criminal liability, particularly in the event of racist, harmful, slanderous or pornographic messages, regardless of the medium used (text, photograph, etc.).
7. Management of personal data
In France, personal data is protected under Act no. 78-87 of 6 January 1978, Act 2004-801 of 6 August 2004, Article L. 226-13 of the French Penal Code and European Directive of 24 October 1995.
When users access the www.marbour.eu website, the following information may be collected:
The URL of links via which the user accessed the www.marbour.eu website, the user’s internet service provider and the user’s Internet Protocol (IP) address.
In any event, marbour only collects personal information about the user for the requirements of certain services offered by the www.marbour.eu website. Users knowingly provide this information, in particular when they enter said information themselves. Users of the www.marbour.eu website are then informed of whether or not they are required to provide this information.
Pursuant to the provisions of Articles 38 and following of French Act 78-17 of 6 January 1978 on Information Technology, Data Files and Civil Liberties, any user holds the right to access, modify or contest personal data, by making a written, signed request, with a copy of ID containing the ID holder’s signature, and specifying the address to which the reply must be sent.
No personal information from users of the www.marbour.eu website will be published, exchanged, transferred, ceded or sold to third parties via any medium whatsoever without the user’s knowledge. Only the purchase of marbour and its rights by another entity would enable the transfer of said information to the buyer, which would then be bound by the same obligation to conserve and modify data on users of the www.marbour.eu website.
The website is not registered with the French data protection authority (CNIL) as it does not collect personal information.
The databases are protected under the provisions of French Act of 1 July 1998, transposing Directive 96/9 of 11 March 1996 on the legal protection of databases.
8. Hyperlinks and cookies
The www.marbour.eu website contains a number of hyperlinks to other websites, authorised by marbour. Nevertheless, marbour is unable to verify the content of any websites visited and shall therefore bear no liability for said websites.
Browsing the www.marbour.eu website may lead to the installation of cookies on the user’s computer. A cookie is a small file that cannot be used to identify the user, but which saves information about a computer’s browsing activity on a website. Any information obtained is designed to facilitate future browsing on the website and to measure the number of visits to a website.
Refusal to install a cookie may make it impossible to access some services. However, in order to refuse the installation of cookies, users may configure their computer as follows:
In Internet Explorer: Tools button (cog pictogram on the top right) / Internet options. Click Privacy and select Block all cookies Then select OK to confirm.
In Firefox: on the top of the browser window, click the Firefox button and go to Options. Click the Privacy & Security panel. Select Use custom settings for history. Finally, uncheck the box to disable cookies.
In Safari: Click the menu button on the top-right of the browser (cog symbol). Select Preferences and then Privacy. Under the Cookies section, you can then block cookies.
In Chrome: Click the menu button on the top-right of the browser (three dots symbol). Select Settings; Click Advanced settings. Under “Privacy and security”, click Content settings and then “Cookies”, where you can block cookies.
9. Jurisdiction and applicable law
Any dispute related to use of the www.marbour.eu website shall be subject to French law. The Courts of Paris are given exclusive jurisdiction
10. Main laws applicable
French Act no. 78-17 of 6 January 1977, in particular, as amended by Act no. 2004-801 of 6 August 2004 on Information Technology, Data Files and Civil Liberties.
French Act no. 2004-575 of 21 June 2004 on Confidence in the Digital Economy.
User: An internet user accessing and using the abovementioned website.
Personal information: “Any information in any form whatsoever that can directly or indirectly lead to identification of the natural person to whom it applies.” (Article 5 of French Act no. 78-17 of 6 January 1978).