Owner: Benjamin Brochard
Owner’s address : 2 LE HAUT MARQUET 35450 Dourdain
Owner’s telephone number: tel:+33230960479
Publication manager: Benjamin Brochard – email@example.com
Webmaster: Benjamin Brochard – firstname.lastname@example.org
Site creator : Benjamin Brochard
Benjamin Brochard offers you the opportunity to correspond with his services, in compliance with the Marianne reference system. This interministerial charter aims to guarantee the quality of the welcome and promotes values such as courtesy, accessibility, speed, clarity of answers but also a spirit of listening, rigour and transparency.
To help you in your exchanges and find the right person to talk to:
general questions, requests for information or additional information: Benjamin Brochard – email@example.com
operation of the site, technical difficulties, display or downloading problems, remarks and suggestions: Benjamin Brochard – firstname.lastname@example.org
The policy of the restranslate.com/ site is in compliance with the law n°2004-575 of 21 June 2004 for confidence in the digital economy.
Hosting of the site :
2 LE HAUT MARQUET 35450 Dourdain
GENERAL CONDITIONS OF USE OF THE SITE AND THE SERVICES OFFERED
Use of the restranslate.com/ site implies full and complete acceptance of the general conditions of use described below. These conditions of use may be modified or supplemented at any time. Users of the restranslate.com/ site are therefore invited to consult them regularly.
This site is normally accessible to users at all times. However, Benjamin Brochard may decide to interrupt it for technical maintenance purposes, in which case he will endeavour to inform users in advance of the dates and times of the intervention.
The restranslate.com/ site is regularly updated by Benjamin Brochard. Similarly, the legal notices may be modified at any time: they are nevertheless binding on the user, who is invited to refer to them as often as possible in order to become acquainted with them.
LIMITATIONS OF LIABILITY
Benjamin Brochard cannot be held liable for direct or indirect damage caused to the user’s equipment when accessing the restranslate.com/ site, resulting either from the use of unsuitable or defective equipment, or from the occurrence of a bug or incompatibility.
Benjamin Brochard shall also not be liable for indirect damages (such as loss of business or loss of opportunity) resulting from the use of the restranslate.com/ site.
Interactive areas (possibility to ask questions in the contact area) are available to users. Benjamin Brochard reserves the right to delete, without prior notice, any content deposited in this space that contravenes the legislation applicable in France, in particular the provisions relating to data protection. If need be, Benjamin Brochard also reserves the right to bring into question the civil and/or criminal liability of the user, in particular in the event of a message of a racist, insulting, defamatory or pornographic nature, whatever the medium used (text, photograph, etc.).
The restranslate.com/ website team is particularly attentive to the legal obligations of any website publisher and follows the recommendations of the National Commission for Information Technology and Civil Liberties (CNIL).
Compliance with the laws in force
The restranslate.com/ site respects the privacy of the Internet user and complies strictly with the laws in force on the protection of privacy and individual liberties. No personal information is collected without your knowledge. No personal information is transferred to third parties. Emails, email addresses or other nominative information received by this site are not used for any purpose and are only kept for the time necessary for their processing.
The restranslate.com/ site does not manage personal data and has therefore not been declared to the CNIL.
Cookies and statistical data: traceability and profiling
When browsing the site, Internet users leave computer traces. This set of information is collected using a cookie that may contain personal information.
In order to improve ergonomics, navigation within the site, editorial content and service to Internet users, the statistics management tool of the restranslate.com/ site stores information relating to the profile of Internet users: equipment, browser used, geographical origin of requests, date and time of connection, navigation on the site, frequency of visits, etc. This connection data is used to extract statistics and is kept for one year.
Any Internet user has the possibility of refusing the recording of this data by modifying the configuration of the browser of his computer which authorises or not the recording of cookies. You can refuse or delete them without this having any influence on your access to the pages of the site. If you wish to oppose the recording of cookies or to be warned before accepting cookies, we recommend that you read the help section of your browser, which will tell you how to proceed.
Embedded content from other sites
Articles on this site may include embedded content (e.g. videos, images, articles…). Content integrated from other sites behaves in the same way as if the visitor were visiting that other site.
Type of personal data collected
When you enter your details on the website: surname, first names, email, telephone, postal address to contact you again.
Use of your data
Communication by newsletter, invoicing, monitoring of user behaviour on the site
How long do you store your data for?
We keep marketing data for a maximum of 3 years, and order invoicing data for a minimum of 6 years.
COPYRIGHT AND REPRODUCTION RIGHTS OF THE CONTENT PUT ONLINE
Reproduction rights for public or official documents
Since the publication of Order No. 2005-650 of 6 June 2005 on freedom of access to administrative documents and the re-use of public information, this information may be re-used for purposes other than those for which it was produced, and particularly information that is publicly disseminated. These documents intended for public dissemination are not covered by any copyright and may therefore be reproduced freely. Graphic design, iconography and editorial content remain the property of the State and, as such, are subject to the protection provided by the Intellectual Property Code.
Article L.122-5 of the Intellectual Property Code lays down the principle according to which, “when the work has been disclosed, the author may not prohibit the dissemination, even in full, through the press or television broadcasting, as topical information, of speeches intended for the public delivered in political assemblies, (…), as well as in public political meetings and official ceremonies”.
This is therefore the case, in particular, for public speeches and interventions which are akin to an exception to copyright. Similarly, public or official documents such as official communiqués are not covered by any copyright, and may therefore be freely reproduced.
If the partial or complete reproduction of these contents is authorised, it must be accompanied by the name of the author, the source, and possibly a link to the original document online on the site. The mention “© Benjamin Brochard – restranslate.com/” must therefore be indicated.
All other content present on the site is covered by copyright. Any reproduction is therefore subject to the author’s agreement in accordance with article L.122-4 of the Intellectual Property Code.
The information reproduced may only be used for personal, associative or professional purposes; any distribution or use for commercial or advertising purposes is prohibited.
Request for authorisation to reproduce content
The application must specify the content and the publication or site on which it is to appear. Once this authorisation has been obtained, the reproduction of content must comply with the following principles:
respect for the integrity of the documents reproduced (no modifications or alterations of any kind)
compulsory mention: “© Benjamin Brochard – restranslate.com/ – rights reserved”. This mention will point thanks to a hypertext link directly on the content.
insertion of an icon representing the website
Organizations under supervision and other ministries are exempt from this request for authorization subject to the insertion of the mention: “© Benjamin Brochard – restranslate.com/ – rights reserved”. This mention will point directly to the content via a hypertext link.
LIABILITY FOR LINKS TO OTHER SITES
The restranslate.com/ site offers many links to other sites, mainly official sites (government, institutions, public bodies, etc.) but also to sites, French or foreign, of associations, professional bodies in the education sector or partner companies for specific operations.
Each time, it is systematically specified which site we suggest you go to. These pages, whose addresses are regularly checked, are not part of the restranslate.com/ site: they do not engage the responsibility of the site’s editorial staff, which cannot be held liable for the content to which these links point. They are only intended to provide the Internet user with easier access to other documentary resources on the subject consulted.
REQUEST FOR THE CREATION OF LINKS
Creation of links to the restranslate.com/ site
The restranslate.com/ site authorises, without prior authorisation, the setting up of hypertext links pointing to its pages, subject to :
the deep-linking technique is not used, i.e. the pages of the restranslate.com/ site must not be nested within the pages of another site, but must be visible by opening an independent window
mention the source, which will point via a hypertext link directly to the targeted content
Sites that choose to point to restranslate.com/ are liable if they damage the image of the public site.
APPLICABLE LAW AND ATTRIBUTION OF JURISDICTION
Any dispute in connection with the use of the restranslate.com/ site is subject to French law. Exclusive jurisdiction is given to the competent courts of Paris.
Particular care is taken to make the restranslate.com/ website as accessible as possible, especially for the visually impaired. The pages are gradually being brought into line with the recommendations of the French administration’s common reference framework for accessibility criteria for Internet services in order to comply with law no. 2005-102 of 11 February 2005 for equal rights and opportunities, participation and citizenship for people with disabilities.