Vigeo Eiris

Legal references

According to the French Law 2000-719 of 1 August 2000 on freedom of communication, amending law 86-1067 of 30 September 1986 on freedom of communication, you will find below the legal information concerning our site.

vigeo-eiris.com website is the property of
Vigeo SAS
Les Mercuriales
40 rue Jean Jaurès
93160 Bagnolet – France
Tél. +33 (0)1 55 82 32 40

vigeo-eiris.com website is created by
La Treizième Heure
7 rue des Caillots
93100 Montreuil
Tél. +33 (0)1 43 63 01 24

Graphical and technical design
La Treizième Heure
7 rue des Caillots
93100 Montreuil
Tél. +33 (0)1 43 63 01 24
sentimentsdistingues.com 

Hosting
OVH
2 rue Kellermann
59100 Roubaix – France
www.ovh.com

Director of site publication: Nicole Notat
Editorial manager: Amélie Nun
Photo credits: Pierre Denis – Pitch News

 

CNIL: Use of personal information on the website
Information recorded will be used solely for the concerned services and can only be communicated to Vigeo SAS.
In accordance with articles 39 and its sub sections of the French law n°78-17 of 6th January 1978 modified in 2004 on computers, files and liberties, each person can obtain communication and, if so, rectification or deletion of his/her information by contacting Vigeo SAS. Vigeo Eiris website users are required to respect the provisions of French law relating to information technology, computer files and freedom, of which the violation is liable to penal sanctions.

With regard to the personal information presented in the website, they shall, in particular, abstain from any data collection, fraudulent use, and in general, perform any act likely to be detrimental to persons’ privacy, or reputation.

Cookies
A cookie is the equivalent of a small text file stored on your computer. It is used to retain status information when a browser accesses the different pages of a website or returns to this same site later on, throughout the validity of the cookie concerned. Vigeo Eiris website uses cookies to facilitate your browsing and ensure that our web pages are displayed properly.

We do not use cookies to store personal information, nor to disclose information to third parties. Two types of cookies exist: permanent and temporary (session cookies). Permanent cookies are stored as files in your computer or mobile device for a maximum length of 12 months. Session cookies are stored temporarily and disappear when you close your browser.

You can easily delete cookies on your computer or your mobile device with your browser. To consult instructions on the management and the deletion of cookies, please refer to the help section of your browser. According to your preferences, you can deactivate cookies or ask to be informed each time a new cookie is transmitted to your computer or mobile device. Please note that if you deactivate cookies, you could no longer enjoy complete functionality.

Third party cookies
We use third party cookies to collect statistics in aggregate for in statistical tools such as Google Analytics. Those cookies can be permanent or temporary (session cookies). Permanent cookies are stored in your computer or your mobile device for a maximum length of 24 months.

Credit & Copyright
The www.vigeo-eiris.com website and its various components are the exclusive property of Vigeo SAS or third parties which have granted it a licence, and they follow the rules of the French Intellectual Property Code.

All the information included in this website is therefore exclusively reserved for private use. Its reproduction, of any type or origin, and the use of copies is only authorised for the purposes of information for personal and private use. Any use of any kind and via any means, whether communication, total or partial representation, modification or break up of the general structure, software, texts, images, animated or not, its know-how and all other elements making up this website by anyone at all, without Vigeo SAS‘s specific authorisation, is prohibited and liable to constitute a copyright infringement, punished by Articles L. 335-2 et seq. of the French Intellectual Property Code.

The Intellectual Property Code specifies that you must quote the source or ask the permission of the image provider. This applies only in respect of copyright. As a creation of the mind, images (even screenshots) are protected by copyright (art. L112-2-9 of Intellectual Property Code). Reproducing or representing, without authorisation, images, texts, documents is subject to pay damages and interests in the event of prejudice under the Civil Code. Those damages and interests are calculated on a case-by-case basis. It depends on the victim’s loss of profit, damage suffered due to the way in which the content is viewed and any implications that the author might have had, the way the image has been shown and what it could have provided to the designer in financial terms.