This website, accessible at the address www.bollore-energy.com, is published by Bolloré Energy, a société par actions simplifiée (simplified form limited company) with a registered capital of 19,523,145.00 Euros having its registered offices at Odet 29500 Ergué-Gabéric – RCS Quimper B 601 251 614
Tel.: 01.46.96.44.33 - e-mail address: contact(at)bollore.com
The website publication director is Thierry Javit
2) Content of the Site
The content of the site, the general architecture, the text, images whether animated or not, and sounds which go to make up the Site are exclusively the property of Bolloré Energy. Any representation of all or part of this Site and its Content, by any method whatsoever, without the express prior consent of Bolloré Energy, is prohibited and would constitute an infringement of intellectual property that is penalised by articles L.335-2 et seq. of the French Intellectual Property Code.
The site accessible at the address www.bollore-energy.com is hosted by Cyllene SAS, a simplified form limited company with a registered capital of €8,240,819 – Trade and Companies Register number 815 314 414 RCS Paris. Registered offices: 93 - 105, rue Veuve Lacroix, 92000 Nanterre, France. Accessible at https://www.group-cyllene.com and contactable by calling 01 41 19 40 40
3) Licence for use of the Content of the Site
As a direct consequence of connecting to the site, the user acknowledges that he or she accepts, from Bolloré Energy, a licence for use of the Content of the Site that is strictly limited to the following imperative terms and conditions:
- This licence is non-exclusive and non-transferrable.
- The right of use granted to the user/web user is personal and private: that means that any reproduction of the content of the site on any medium for a collective or professional use, even internally to their business, is prohibited. This also applies for any communication of this content by electronic means, including any distribution via an enterprise's intranet or extranet.
- The right of use comprises solely the authorisation to consult the site and its content.
- This use comprises solely the authorisation for reproduction for storage purposes for the purpose of representation on a single PC screen and reproduction in one single copy as backup and printout. Any other use requires the express prior authorisation of Bolloré Energy. The breach of these provisions will make the perpetrator and all responsible persons subject to the criminal and civil penalties laid down by French law.
4) Data protection law
Bolloré Energy is the controller for the processing of data collected on the website.
The user is informed in particular that under article 32 of the French Computing and Civil Liberties Law of 6 January 1978, as amended, the information that he or she communicates using the forms present on the Bolloré Energy Site are needed to respond to his or her requests and are intended for the departments responsible for responding to his or her requests for the purposes of following up on such requests.
In accordance with the provisions of articles 39 and 40 of the “Computing and Civil Liberties” Law of 6 January 1978, amended in 2004, the user benefits from a right of access, rectification, updating and erasure of the information concerning him or her, which he or she may exercise by e-mailing contact(at)bollore.com.
You also benefit from the right to give instructions on the fate of your data after your death.
In accordance with the provisions of article 38 of the “Computing and Civil Liberties” Law of 6 January 1978, amended in 2004, the user may also object, on legitimate grounds, to the processing of his or her data and may object, without grounds and without charge, to his or her data being used for direct marketing purposes.
The user is informed that when visiting the Site at www.bollore-energy.com, a cookie may be automatically installed in his or her browser software.
The information collected on this site will be stored for a period of three years.
A cookie is a block of data which does not enable the identification of the user but is used to store information about the user's browsing of the site. The browser software's options make it possible to be informed about the presence of cookies and, if desired, to refuse or reject them in the manner described at the following address: www.cnil.fr.
The user of the Bolloré Energy site is required to comply with the provisions of the Computing and Civil Liberties Law of 6 January 1978, as amended, the breach of which is subject to criminal penalties. In particular, for personally identifiable information that he or she accesses, he or she must not collect, misuse or generally carry out any act with respect to such information that might infringe any person's privacy or reputation.
The trademarks of Bolloré Energy that may appear on the site have been filed as trademarks. Any reproduction of all or part of these trademarks without the express authorisation of Bolloré Energy is therefore prohibited.
6) Hypertext links
The hypertext links that have been put in place in the context of this site, linking to other resources on the Internet, cannot give rise to liability on the part of Bolloré Energy. Users of the site cannot create hypertext links directed to this site without the express prior authorisation of Bolloré Energy.
7) Authorisation to reproduce content and to create hypertext links
For any information and request to reproduce any content appearing on the site www.bollore-energy.com (text, graphics, illustrations) on any medium whatsoever, and for any authorisation to create a hypertext link, the user is invited to send his or her request by e-mail to contact(at)bollore.com
8) Respect for privacy
Bolloré Energy respects your privacy and undertakes to protect it. This declaration is intended to inform you of our privacy compliance policy and practices, and the choices that you may make as to the manner in which your contact details are collected online and how they are used. The website and our business activities are governed by French law. In the event of dispute concerning your use of our websites, the French courts alone will have jurisdiction.
9) Extra-judicial settlement of consumer disputes
In accordance with the provisions of articles L. 612-1 et seq. of the French Consumer Code, if you are a consumer, you have the possibility, in the event of dispute with a lawyer, to bring the matter - without charge - before the Consumer Mediator (Médiateur à la consommation) who will be the National Mediator before the National Bar Council (Conseil National des Barreaux - CNB) at the following address: CNB, Médiateur à la consommation, 180 Boulevard HAUSSMANN – 75008 PARIS.