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Last updated: 09/23/2015
Each member of myEUROPAGES acknowledges and accepts the terms and conditions of use of the myEUROPAGES services, which are described herebelow:
1. Common provisions
1.1 Effective date and period of validity of the terms and conditions of use
The myEUROPAGES terms and conditions of use apply to each member as soon as that member logs onto the myEUROPAGES service on the www.europages.com website. They take precedence over previous terms and conditions and may be modified at any time by EUROPAGES. Such modifications become immediately effective from the moment that they are put on line.
EUROPAGES applies a full set of measures designed to limit the risks associated with intrusion, piracy and the introduction of viruses into its servers and on its www.europages.com website.
EUROPAGES is unable to offer any absolute guarantee of security, insofar as Internet is an open network that is, by its very nature, sensitive to such risks.
The user member of the myEUROPAGES service and other associated services declares that they are aware of these risks and assume them. In no case whatsoever may EUROPAGES be held liable for any direct or indirect prejudice and/or harm incurred due to any interruption, malfunction, suspension and/or end of the myEUROPAGES service.
myEUROPAGES is a service on the www.europages.com website that centralises all the bespoke services and profile information of each member subscribing to the site.
myEUROPAGES enables each member to access all the information and functions of their E*Page, to make any modifications and to publish information directly on the EUROPAGES website.
Some modifications may lead to supplementary costs, which will then be invoiced by Europages to the member.
Modifications are published on the website within a maximum period of 72 hours commencing their validation by each member.
Each member guarantees that the information provided to EUROPAGES is exact and up-to-date when subscribing. Nevertheless, EUROPAGES may not be held liable for any inaccurate or out-of-date information forwarded by a member, including translations supplied by the member.
Each member guarantees that the information provided to EUROPAGES is exact and up-to-date when subscribing.
Moreover, EUROPAGES may not be held liable for any inaccurate or out-of-date information forwarded by a member.
Each member undertakes to refrain from impeding the correct functioning of myEUROPAGES in any way whatsoever, and shall especially ensure that they do not excessively overload the bandwidth and/or transmit elements that may damage, intercept and/or interfere with all or part of the EUROPAGES website.
Each member undertakes to only use the myEUROPAGES service for the sole purposes authorised by these terms and conditions.
2.2 User identifier and passwords
In order to access the myEUROPAGES services, each member must enter a user identifier (their contact e-mail) and the password attributed by EUROPAGES. The user may then make modifications to it and choose a new password.
Should the new password be forgotten, each member may request that their original password be sent again.
Each member undertakes to keep any user identifier and chosen password strictly confidential.
Use is deemed to be made by the member. EUROPAGES may not be held liable in any way whatsoever should the user identifier and password be used by a third party.
2.3 Private data
When you create an account, we collect data, including your name and email address.
Any private data gathered may be accessed and modified in myEUROPAGES. This information is used in accordance with EUROPAGES’ practices governing private data, information on which is available at the following address:
3. Intellectual property rights
EUROPAGES and its logo are registered trademarks. They are the exclusive property of EUROPAGES. Any editorial elements and contents of the www.europages.com website (especially trademarks, texts, graphics, logos, animations, etc.) are the exclusive property of EUROPAGES, except for elements contributed by EUROPAGES’ partners and others. All rights of reproduction and representation of the www.europages.com website are reserved for all countries and for all media, present and/or future.
Pursuant to Act n° 98-536 of 1st July 1998, which incorporates the EU Directive 96/9/EC on the legal protection of databases in the French Code of Intellectual Property Rights, EUROPAGES is the producer and owner.
With regard to the databases that make up the www.europages.com website, each member accepts and acknowledges that the data recorded therein is legally protected and, pursuant to the above-mentioned law, each member shall refrain from:
- extracting, using, storing, reproducing, representing or recording, directly or indirectly in any medium whatsoever and by any means whatsoever and in any form whatsoever, all or a qualitatively or quantitatively substantial part of its contents;
- proceeding with the extraction or repeated and systematic use of non-substantial parts, assessed qualitatively or quantitatively, of the contents of the database featured on the www.europages.com website accessed by the member when these operations clearly exceed normal conditions of use.
Any attempt of fraudulent extraction may constitute an act of copyright infringement.
The same is true for Europages nomenclature and taxonomy to which members will have access.
Each member retains ownership of the rights that they hold over contents submitted, displayed or published on myEUROPAGES and/or the www.europages.com website. Nevertheless, each member grants EUROPAGES a free licence for the non-exclusive right to reproduce, adapt, modify, translate, publish, represent and display the said contents worldwide.
4. Contents and Interruption to myEUROPAGES access
EUROPAGES hereby reminds members that they are strictly forbidden from putting on-line through the myEUROPAGES website any contents that are protected by intellectual property rights without the prior and formal authorisation of the concerned right-holders. Failure to observe this condition may result in the member incurring sanctions laid down by law.
Information transmitted by the members may contain hyperlinks to other sites. EUROPAGES is unable to monitor these external sites and therefore may not be held liable for the availability and/or contents of these hyperlinks.
Each member is responsible for the contents that they publish through myEUROPAGES on the EUROPAGES website. As such, the member undertakes not to publish or put on line any contents (news, products, images, videos, texts, etc.) that might cause harm, a breach of the peace, and/or a breach of moral standards.
EUROPAGES may also, at any time, and without notice, interrupt and/or refuse any publication or circulation of content on its site, and/or remove a hyperlink in a publication should the content directly or indirectly targeted tend to be considered contrary to regulations in force, primarily public order, public decency, morals, laws relating to competition, brands and advertising, and/or if EUROPAGES is served a legal injunction to remove access to disputed contentious matter.
EUROPAGES may also, at any moment, suspend access to myEUROPAGES and/or all of the www.europages.com website of any member who has breached these terms and conditions of use and, more generally speaking, any applicable legislation and/or regulation, and may do so without incurring any liability and without prejudice to any other rights or recourse. In this event, no reimbursement, even partial, shall be made by EUROPAGES if the member has taken out a paying subscription.
5. General provisions
5.1 Attribution of jurisdiction
In the event of any major difficulty or dispute arising between a service member and EUROPAGES, the parties agree to seek an amicable settlement. Should this fail, the dispute shall be brought before the Commercial Court in Nanterre. These terms and conditions of use are governed by French law. The French version shall prevail over any translation of these terms and conditions that may have been written.
5.2 Equipment and connection charges
It is the user’s responsibility to install the appropriate equipment in order to be able to connect to myEUROPAGES;
All costs relating to equipment, connection and transmission arising from the use of myEUROPAGES shall be borne exclusively by the user. Moreover, the user shall take all appropriate measures to protect their own data and/or software stored on their computer equipment from any loss or damage. The user is wholly liable for the connection.