European Association of Synergology
1780 Route de Frangy,
74 520 SAVIGNY
Director of publication: Mr Pierre-Marie GAILLOT, Vice President of the European Association of Synergology
55, route de Louhans
71 370 Saint Germain du Plain
Phone nb.: 06 81 65 61 13
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The whole of the website, including the technical elements which are part of it (i.e., graphic chart, implemented software for the running of the website, animations, data, technical platforms, etc.) are the sole property of GAYA Communication, the sole entity authorised to use the intellectual property rights and personality rights thereon, more specifically brands, templates, copyright and model release.
Furthermore, the texts, modes, pictures, documents, as well as any type of creations added to the website are the sole property of the European Association of Synergology or of third parts whose authorisation has been given to the E.A.S.
The whole of these elements are part of intellectual works protected by articles L.111-1 et seq of the intellectual property Code.
The use of all or part of the website, more specifically by extraction, uploading, reproduction, transmission, “reverse engineering”, decompiling, disassembly, representation or publishing for other reasons than personal and private use with a non commercial objective of the web user remains strictly forbidden. The infringement of these terms submits the culprit to sanctions established in the intellectual property Code as copyright infringement, (articles L.335-3 et seq.), brands’ rights (articles L.716-9 et seq) as well as sanctions established in the civil Code as far as public liability is concerned (article 9, articles 1382 et seq.).
The published information is regularly checked.
In case of error or omission, the European Association of Synergology disclaims responsibility.
To indicate an error or ask for the correction of some information, please do not hesitate to contact us at the following email address: email@example.com
The technical information which you can have access to in this website remains informative only and might develop as time goes by.
The European Association of Synergology disclaims responsibility for the way people could interpret the information in this website.
It is for the owner of this website to take the appropriate measures relating to the data protection and/or pollution coming from potential viruses on the Internet.
More generally, the European Association of Synergology disclaims responsibility relating to potential damage happening when consulting the current website.
Following the spirit of Internet, the extra links provided are for reference only and therefore, the European Association of Synergology disclaims responsibility relating to the contents and the conditions of access of those links. Conversely, any natural or legal person wishing to create one or several link(s) towards one or several page(s) of the current website must ask the European Association of Synergology for their agreement first.
The European Association of Synergology disclaims responsibility relating to links created by other websites towards their own sites. The existence of such links cannot imply that the European Association of Synergology validates these sites or that they agree with their content.
In order to guarantee the identity and the integrity of their site, the European Association of Synergology retains the right to forbid the links which would not correspond to their site or which could harm the image of the association.
IT and freedom:
Only the general traffic statistics are collected as you are visiting the site: number of visitors, number of visits, country of origin, type of browser, among others. These data are collected so that the association can analyse the frequency of the site so as to improve its content. These data are not exploited individually.
Personal data collected on the site come from the choice of communicating an email address when leaving an electronic message. (information not recorded).
Therefore, these email addresses so collected are only used for the transmission of requested information and the European Association of Synergology will not transfer them to any third party.
In accordance with the articles 39 and 40 of the law 78-17 dated 6th January 1978 relating to information, files and freedoms, one is allowed access and rectification of individual data. In order to exercise this right, one can contact the European Association of Synergology either by using the contact form or by post.
Cookies are small data files which record information relating to a website.
As a user, should you wish to oppose this treatment, you have the possibility to deactivate the cookies in your browser by following the procedures hereafter which are specific to each browser: Mozilla Firefox; Google Chrome; Internet Explorer; Opera; Safari; iOs; Android; Windows Phone…
• information must be provided to the users so that they can oppose this treatment (this opposition must be possible from any terminal),
• the collected data must not be used to match other treatments (clients’ records or frequency statistics of other websites for example),
• the tracer that has been left must only be used for anonymous statistics and must not allow the tracking of the user on various websites. It must not exceed 13 months and must not be extended when new visits happen,
• raw frequency data with a username must not be kept any longer than 13 months either,
• the use of the IP address to geo-locate the user must not allow to indicate a precise address: only the first two bytes of the IPv4 addresses can be kept and possibly used for geo-tracking (for IPv6 only the first 6 bytes can be kept).
References of laws:
- Law 78-17 of 6th January 1978 Law relating to computing, files and freedoms,
• Law of 29th July 1881 Law relating to the freedom of the press,
• Law 2000-719 of 1st August 2000 Extract relating to the tech providers’ responsibility