TERAQUA’s website is edited by :
16 Rue Edouard Branly
The Teraqua website was designed and developed by the communication agency:
Avenue du Général Leclerc
Route de Morlaix
Tél. : 33(0)2 98 79 81 00
The Teraqua website is hosted by:
222-224 Boulevard Gustave Flaubert
GENERAL TERMS AND CONDITIONS OF USE
Teraqua has opened this site for the personal information of its users. No commercial use, even partial, of the data presented on this site may be made without the prior written consent of Teraqua. This page details the legal conditions applying to each visitor to this site. Consulting it implies unconditional acceptance and application of the specifications in this document.
INTELLECTUAL PROPERTY AND COPYRIGHT
Access to the Site confers on the Customer a private and non-exclusive right of use. This Site and all of its contents, in particular trademarks, texts, logos, drawings, images, sounds, patents, etc., are the property of Teraqua and are protected by the provisions of the Intellectual Property Code. Any use of the content, names and trademarks, i.e. their reproduction, representation or, more generally, their exploitation, in whole or in part, by any means and on any medium whatsoever, without the prior written consent of Teraqua is prohibited and constitutes an act of counterfeiting, which is punishable under criminal and civil law.
However, it is entirely possible to use certain elements in the form of a quotation, indicating the source of the quotation, i.e. “Teraqua”, and a visible and active link to the article or page concerned on the Site.
Any other use requires the express prior consent of Teraqua. It is entirely possible to use hypertext links to the Site, including deep links. In any event, Teraqua reserves the right to prohibit such links, even tacitly authorized, following a subsequent check, which must then be removed at Teraqua’s first request.
a) This entire site, the presentation and each of the elements, including logos, graphics, photographs, plans, videos, sounds, etc. appearing on the site are protected by French and international legislation in force relating to intellectual property and are the exclusive property of Teraqua.
b) No license, nor any other right other than the right to consult the “site” is granted to anyone with regard to intellectual property rights. Reproduction of documents from the site is authorized exclusively for information purposes for personal and private use; any reproduction or use of copies made for other purposes is expressly prohibited.
c) Use of documents: all information, images, videos, advertising campaigns, etc. are protected as indicated above. These achievements are subject to the rights of third parties (i.e. photographers, models, illustrators, directors…) who are the subject of rights assignments that have been negotiated by mutual agreement. As such, all rights of reproduction, representation and public communication, including downloadable documents representing productions (posters, press, films…) are reserved in this specific context.
No commercial exploitation is authorized and the clauses of the present paragraphs a) b) c) are applicable. Failure to comply with these clauses and their prohibitions constitutes an infringement that may result in the civil or criminal liability of the counterfeiter.
PROTECTION OF PERSONAL DATA
In accordance with the regulations in force, Teraqua implements a processing of personal data.
The Publisher informs the user of the processing of personal data concerning him/her to the authorized members of Teraqua, as well as to the Publisher and its subcontractors.
The user has a right of opposition, a right of limitation, a right of access, a right of rectification, a right of portability and a right to the deletion of his data. The user also has the right to give instructions to the publisher on the fate of his data after his death.
The Publisher can keep the personal data for the duration of the relationship with Teraqua (customer relations) and up to three years after the end of this relationship between Teraqua and the user.
To exercise his rights, the user must send a letter to the postal address mentioned above accompanied by a photocopy of an identity document bearing his signature.
The Publisher will respond as soon as possible to the user’s request provided that it is sufficiently precise and includes all the necessary elements to respond.
This site is governed by French law.
CONDITIONS OF USE
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RESPONSIBILITIES AND DISCLAIMER OF WARRANTY
The company declines all responsibility for the content of the linked sites.
Whatever the type of link established from an external Internet site, known as the “linking site”, to the Teraqua site, the latter reserves the right to oppose its establishment.
Neither Teraqua nor any third party involved in the creation of this site can be held liable for any damage, direct or indirect, arising from access or difficulties in accessing this site, or from the use that may be made of it, including viruses that may contaminate the configuration of the user’s computer equipment.
The information on this site is provided “as is” without any guarantee, explicit or implicit, relating to the use of this publication.
The information on this site may include inaccuracies or errors. Teraqua reserves the right to make modifications, improvements and changes to the products and programs described on its site at any time and without notice.
a) Teraqua has made every effort to ensure the accuracy of all information provided on its site. Despite the care taken in the choice of information placed on this site, it is possible that it may contain errors, inaccuracies or omissions. Teraqua’s contractual responsibility cannot be engaged in any way for any punctual and unexpected errors that may occur on the site. Furthermore, the information provided on this site may be modified and updated without notice.
b) Teraqua cannot be held responsible for any material or immaterial damage, direct or indirect, whatever the cause (including those that may be caused by the possible spread of viruses or computer fraud) or consequences resulting from the consultation of this site, its use, the information and the use of the information it contains or the impossibility of accessing it, with the exception of direct damage resulting from serious mistake or intentional misconduct on the part of Teraqua.
c) Furthermore, Teraqua cannot be held responsible for the content of hypertext links placed on this site to complete the information; nor for the content of external sites that designate the site by a hypertext link, as Teraqua has no control over these totally independent sites. All users of the site and hypertext links must protect themselves from viruses that may be inoculated when visiting this site or sites accessible from this site via hypertext links.
Teraqua does not guarantee that the server hosting the site is free of viruses or that a technical problem may occur that could damage the components of the user’s computer or the data that may be stored on it. In any case Teraqua or one of its subcontractors cannot be held responsible for any damage that may occur during connection to the site.
What is a cookie?
Cookies are small files that certain platforms, such as websites, may install on your computer. Their functions can be very varied: they allow us to store your browsing preferences, collect statistical information, enable some technical features, etc. Sometimes, cookies are used to store basic information about the browsing habits of the User or his computer, up to the point of being able to recognize it as the case may be. Cookies are also used to manage the User’s session, reducing the number of times it is necessary to enter the password or to adjust the contents of the website to the User’s preferences.
Cookies can be “temporary”, that is, they are deleted from the User’s computer once the User leaves the website that generates them, or “persistent”, that is, cookies that remain in the User’s computer until a certain date.
Why are they important?
Cookies are important because they are very useful for the following reasons: from a technical point of view, they allow websites to function more fluidly and in accordance with the User’s preferences (for example, cookies store the User’s language or the currency of his or her country). In addition, they help the website managers to improve their services thanks to the statistical information collected by them.
How can the User configure cookies?
The user can allow, block or eliminate the cookies installed in his computer by means of the configuration of the options of his Internet browser.