The website https://www.institutendometriose.com (hereinafter referred to as “the Site“) is the property of the Institut Franco-Européen Multidisciplinaire d’Endométriose (hereinafter referred to as “IFEM Endo“).
2- Director of publication
Mr Benjamin MERLOT
4- Design - Creation of the Site
The design and creation of the Site were undertaken by Dioxyjen Graphic.
Photographs: Envato Elements
5- Intellectual property
The presentation and content of the Site constitute work protected by French and international legislation on intellectual property. The protectable contents such as texts, photographs, data, graphics, videos, images… as well as the design features (choice, plan, arrangement of contents, organization of data…) are the property of IFEM Endo under the copyright agreeement and in accordance with the rights of the creator of the database.
By virtue of this ownership, IFEM Endo can exploit these different elements independently or with the consent of the rights holders and this, for the whole world.
Consequently, any reproduction or presentation, partial or total, on any medium whatsoever, cannot be made without the prior consent of IFEM Endo in accordance with articles L.122-4 and L.342-1 of the Intellectual Property Code.
Exceptions for private use
In accordance with article L.122-5 of the Intellectual Property Code, the content of the Site may only be used in a private and non-exclusive context by any user of the Site. This means that you have the right to reproduce for storage on a single computer for the purpose of display on a single screen and reproduction in a single copy for backup or hard copy. You may make paper reproductions insofar as they fall within the scope of private copying for non-collective use.
IFEM Endo, as author and producer of the database that constitutes the Site, is the owner of all the rights inherent to the database.
Thus, in accordance with articles L.342-1 and as per the Intellectual Property Code, IFEM Endo prohibits the extraction by permanent or temporary transfer on any medium, by any means, and in any form whatsoever of all or a substantial part of the content of the Site, except if these operations are carried out for purely private or educational purposes.
Failure to comply with the rules set out above will, unless IFEM Endo has given its prior and express consent, result in a violation of intellectual property rights.
This violation can indifferently be an infringement of copyright, of the rights of the database producer or of both legal frameworks at the same time. It constitutes one (or more) act(s) of counterfeiting punishable under Articles L.335-2 and L.342-1 et seq. of the Intellectual Property Code.
Any total or partial commercialization of the original presentation of the Site and/or its contents, to third parties and in any form whatsoever, is strictly forbidden. . It is expressly forbidden to make the elements of the Site available to the public by sale, exchange or rental (audio, video, graphic and textual elements).
Violation of these mandatory rules exposes the offender to the civil and criminal penalties provided by law.
Trademarks and logos
The trademarks and logos are the property of IFEM Endo.
Any reproduction and/or use without the prior agreement of IFEM Endo would engage the responsibility of the user and would constitute a counterfeit sanctioned by the penalties provided for in articles L.335-2, L.713-2, L.713-3 and L.716-1 of the Intellectual Property Code.
The violation of these binding provisions exposes the offender to the civil and criminal penalties provided by law.
6- Hypertext links
The Site may contain links to third-party websites.
Clicking on one of these links will automatically direct the user of the Site to these sites, which are subject to their own conditions of use, and not to these terms and conditions.
IFEM Endo has no authority over these other third party sites, and cannot in any way monitor their content or conditions of use, particularly with regard to respect for privacy and compliance with the regulations applicable to the processing of personal data. IFEM Endo can in no way be held responsible for any damage suffered on a site to which one of its users has been redirected. Any link to the Site from a third party site is prohibited without prior authorization from IFEM Endo, which reserves the right to take legal action against any counter party. IFEM Endo declines all responsibility concerning any link present on an external site and referring to the Site. Moreover, IFEM Endo cannot be presumed to be associated with the content of a third party site by the mere existence of this hyperlink.
In order to allow access and use of the Site in the best conditions by any user, IFEM Endo may at any time :
- suspend, interrupt or limit access to all or part of the Site ;
- reserve access to the Site or to certain parts of the Site to all or some of the users;
- delete any information and/or content and/or functionality that may disrupt the operation of the Site or that may be contrary to national or international laws and regulations;
- suspend access to the Site in order to proceed with updates.
IFEM Endo cannot be held responsible for any failure, breakdown, difficulty or interruption in operation that prevents access to the Site or any of its functions. IFEM Endo reserves the right to modify the information at any time, notably by updating the Site.
IFEM Endo cannot be held responsible in case of legal proceedings against the user :
- due to the use of the Site or any service accessible via the Site;
The information contained in the Site is provided in good faith and on the basis of current knowledge. IFEM Endo makes every effort to ensure, to the best of its ability, the accuracy and updating of the information published on the Site, the content of which it reserves the right to correct at any time and without notice.
However, we cannot guarantee the accuracy, precision or completeness of the information made available on the Site, nor that the Site will not be interrupted, disrupted or exempt from errors.
IFEM Endo will not be held responsible for any direct or indirect damage, whatever the cause, origin, nature or consequences, linked to the use of the Site, and in particular the degradation of your computer equipment caused by a computer virus, the loss of profits, customers, data or any other loss of intangible goods that may occur as a result of anyone’s access to the Site or the impossibility of accessing it, or linked to the credit given to any information coming directly or indirectly from the Site.
8- Applicable law
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