Terms and Conditions



This website is edited by:
CS Communication & Systèmes
Registered Office
54-56, avenue Hoche - 75008 PARIS

Headquarters and Corporate Management :
22, avenue Galilée - 92350 LE PLESSIS ROBINSON
Publishing Director, Editorial Manager & web site administrator: Barbara Goarant (Communication Director)

This website is hosted by :
OVH - 2 rue Kellermann - 59100 Roubaix

Please send any questions or comments regarding this website to the following address: communication.cs@c-s.fr

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No personal data is collected.

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Terms of Use

1. This website is intended to provide users with information on the CS Communication & Systèmes group.
The data published herein is provided for informational purposes onlyand under no circumstances shall it be considered as a commercial offer. No clause in the website shall be construed as creating a contractual link with CS Communication & Systèmes or represent any conceivable obligation by CS Communication & Systèmes towards users, other than that which is defined in the present "Terms and Conditions".
While CS Communication & Systèmes makes every effort to provide reliable information throughout this website, it does not warrant that this website is free of inaccuracies, errors, omissions, reliability and availability problems and / or viruses.

2. This website is protected by intellectual property rights and CS Communication & Systèmes is theowner and / or holder of all the material it contains (graphics, photographs, videos, texts, software, databases, etc.)
Users are permitted to :
- reproduce and represent the website solely for their own private informational purposes only and strictly limited to that which is deemed necessary for site consultation, in accordance with the intended use of the website,
- produce printed paper copies of website pages for their own private informational purposes only, in accordance with thein tended use of the website. Each printed page shall include the source clearly and legibly in the following form:" © CS Communication &Systèmes [2000] - All rights reserved- www.c-s.fr ".

No other rights are conferred on theuser beyond those described in the previous paragraph. Without the prior written authorization of CS Communication & Systèmes, it is prohibited for the user to:
- reproduce or represent the present website and / or the material contained within it in any other way than that which is authorized in the previous paragraph, i.e. for private informational purposes only,
- modify, adapt, translate, rearrange the website and / or the material contained within it,
- communicate to a third party or exploit with a third party the present website and / or the material contained within it, freely, inreturn for payment or in any other way whatsoever.
It is expressly forbidden to create on any website a link to the present website, either by hypertext link or by framing technique.

Liability

Under no circumstances will CS be liable for any indirect damages tousers. Indirect damages include moral or commercial damages, lostprofits, sales, clientele or orders or loss of data of any kind. In anyevent, the liability of CS for damages arising in connection with the present "Terms and Conditions" shall not exceed the amount of 1 000 Euros.

Modifications

CS reserves the right to modify the website, including the "Terms and Conditions", at any time and without notice.

Applicable Law

The present "Terms and Conditions" are governed by FRENCH LAW. If any controversy should arise from the wording, interpretation or executionof the present contract, the courts of PARIS will have exclusive jurisdiction.