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The purpose of this text is to define the terms and conditions under which France2025, hereinafter referred to as the PUBLISHER, makes the site and the services on the site available to its users and the manner in which the user accesses the site and uses its services.
Connecting to the site is subject to compliance with these terms and conditions. For the user, simply accessing the PUBLISHER's site at the following URL https://www.france2025.com/en/ implies acceptance of all the conditions described hereafter.
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The France 2025 brand is a registered trademark of France2025. Any representation, reproduction, or use of this trademark, in whole or in part, of any kind whatsoever, is prohibited.
No reproduction, even partial, as stipulated in Article L.122-5 of the French Intellectual Property Code, may be made of this site without the publication director's consent.
The https://www.france2025.com/en/site may contain hypertext links to other sites on the internet. Links to these other resources will take you away from the site https://france2025.com.
It is possible to create a link to the homepage of this site without the PUBLISHER's express consent. No authorization or request for prior information can be required by the PUBLISHER with regard to a site which wishes to link to https://www.france2025.com/en/. However, this site should be opened in a new browser window and not be used for commercial purposes. The PUBLISHER reserves the right to ask for any link it deems inconsistent with the purpose of the site https://www.france2025.com/en/ to be removed.
In any case, the authorisation mentioned in the previous paragraph does not apply to internet sites disseminating information of a controversial, pornographic, or xenophobic nature or which may, to a greater extent, offend the general public.
The existence of links to other sites does not imply that https://france2025.com endorses these sites or approves their content.
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The information or documents on this site or accessible through this site have been obtained from sources deemed to be reliable.
However, the information and documents may contain technical inaccuracies or typos.
The PUBLISHER reserves the right to correct them as soon as they are brought to its attention.
Users are strongly advised to check the accuracy and relevance of the information and documents made available on this site.
The information and documents available on this site are subject to change at any time and may have been updated. In particular, they may have been updated between the time they were downloaded and the time the user reads them.
The use of information and documents available on this site is made at the user's full and exclusive liability. The user assumes all the consequences that may result from such use and the PUBLISHER may not be held liable in this respect.
The PUBLISHER shall under no circumstances be held liable for any damage of any kind whatsoever resulting from the interpretation or use of the information and documents available on this site.
Accessing the site
The PUBLISHER shall do its best to make the site available twenty-four (24) hours a day, seven (7) days a week, except in the event of force majeure or an event beyond the PUBLISHER's control and subject to any failures and maintenance work required for the site and services to function properly.
As a result, the PUBLISHER cannot guarantee the site's availability, the reliability of data transfer, or performance in terms of response time or quality. No technical assistance will be provided to the user, either electronically or by telephone.
The PUBLISHER shall not be held liable if it is impossible to access this site or use the associated services.
Furthermore, the PUBLISHER may suspend the site or a part of the services at any time without prior notice or any right to compensation. The user acknowledges and accepts that the PUBLISHER is not responsible for any disruptions or consequences that may arise for the user or any third party.
In no case shall the PUBLISHER be liable for damages, regardless of their nature, resulting from the use or the total or partial impossibility to access the site or to use the services of the site.
Internet usage rules.
The user declares to accept the nature and limits of the internet and specifically acknowledges that the PUBLISHER does not assume any liability for the services accessible via the internet and does not exercise any control whatsoever over the nature and characteristics of the data which may pass through its server centre.
The user acknowledges that the data circulating on the internet is not protected, especially against possible misuse. The presence of the France 2025 logo establishes a simple presumption of validity. The disclosure of any information the user deems to be of a sensitive or confidential nature is done at their own risk and liability.
The user is exclusively liable for the use of the data they view, search, and send on the internet.
The user acknowledges that the PUBLISHER has no control over the content of the services accessible on the internet.
Personal Data Protection Rights
In accordance with Articles 39 et seq. of Law no. 78-17 dated 6 January 1978, as amended by Law no. 2004-801 dated 6 August 2004 on information technology, files and freedoms, any person may obtain communication and, if necessary, rectification of their personal data. Unless otherwise specified, this right to access is exercised through the owner of https://www.france2025.com/en/.
Reporting unlawful content
In accordance with Article 6-I-7 of the Law dated 21 June 2004, known as the LCEN, you are allowed to report any content that could be considered an offence under the fifth and eighth paragraphs of Article 24 of the Law dated 29 July 1881 on the freedom of the press and Article 227-23 of the French Criminal Code: defence of crimes against humanity, incitement to racial hatred, and child pornography.
To report clearly illegal content, simply send an email to email@example.com, specifying (1) the address of the site or page containing the content, (2) the content deemed to be illegal, (3) the date on which you discovered the content deemed to be illegal and (4) your identity (name and full contact details).
The PUBLISHER would like to remind you that the LCEN punishes any abuse of reporting with a penalty of one year imprisonment and a €15,000 fine.
Both this site and its terms and conditions of use are governed by French law, regardless of the place of use. In the event of a dispute and after all attempts to reach an amicable resolution have failed, the French courts shall have sole jurisdiction to hear the dispute.
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