Terms of use

Terms of use and Charter

Use of this website (hereinafter referred to as the Website) implies compliance with these Terms and Conditions of Use. By accessing the Website, all users browsing the Website declare having read and accepted the reservations of these terms and conditions and undertake to comply with them. 

Article 1 - Description of the Website 

The Website is published by Entremont Alliance, a simplified joint stock company with a capital of 29,130,872.00 Euros having its registered offices at 25 Faubourg des Balmettes, 74000 Annecy and registered in the Annecy TCR under number 325 520 450, Telephone no. 04 50 33 74 74, Publishing Manager: Christine Eysseric Rocca, Marketing Director. 

This Website is hosted by ATTRAPTEMPS SARL. 
A COMPANY with a capital of 30,000 Euros having its registered office at 70 Avenue Alfred Kastler, 66000 Perpignan and registered in the Perpignan TCR under number 407 836 089 000 42
Telephone no. 04 68 55 11 31
Website : www.attraptemps.com

Article 2 - Free service

Use of the service provided by Entremont Alliance and described in these General Terms and Conditions of Use is free. However, the equipment (computer, telephone, software, telecommunication means, etc.) allowing access to this service are at the exclusive cost of users as are Internet connection costs.   

Article 3 - Intellectual Property 

Access to the Website grants user a private and non-exclusive right of use of this Website. All elements on this Website, including text, photographs, logos, trademarks, videos, etc. constitute works under the French Intellectual Property Code. Consequently, any full or partial representation or reproduction made without the consent of their authors or right holders is illegal. 

Article 4 - Passive collection of personal data

Some of the personal data stored on our server is what you voluntarily provide when filling out online forms. Other data is automatically collected during your visit. 

The following data is automatically collected during your visit:

  • Your IP address: an IP address is assigned to your computer by your Internet service provider to allow you to access the Internet. This address is generally considered as data that cannot personally identify a person as it changes every time you connect to the Internet.
  • Your login when you browse in areas with restricted access.
  • The address of the Website from which you linked to the Website 
  • The date and time of your visit to the Website and the pages you viewed.
  • Your computer's operating system and browser software.

Article 5 - Use of cookies 

During your visit to our Website, text files called cookies can be placed on your terminal (computer, mobile, tablet). Entremont Alliance uses cookies to collect anonymous information about your browsing and to send you relevant content adapted to your device or your interests.

Each user may accept or refuse cookies. You can block cookies in your browser's preferences / settings.

The following links show you how to set cookies according to your browser:

If you refuse or delete cookies created by our Website, certain features of the Website may not function correctly.
If you use a different browser version than those mentioned: please refer to its help files or user guide.
If you refuse or delete cookies created by the Website, your visit will not be altered except for your ability to connect to your personal space.

For more information about cookies and the manner in which to manage them, please go to the CNIL's website http://www.cnil.fr/vos-droits/vos-traces/les-cookies/ or http://www.youronlinechoices.com/fr/.

Cookie types

  • Session identifier cookie. These are technical cookies that are strictly necessary for the Website's operation. They allow access to reserved and personal areas of our Website using personal identifiers (session identifier cookie)
  • Audience measurement cookies.

The company uses a Google Web analysis service called "Google Analytics" which is software that places cookies on your computer to analyse your use of the Website. These cookies are intended to record information regarding your visit to the Website (date and time of visit, number of visits to the website, pages viewed, time spent on the website, bounce rate, operating system used, browser, connection country, keywords entered to access the website, source of Internet users, user behaviour, etc.) which will can read during your subsequent visits. The information collected by cookies regarding your use of the website is transferred and stored by Google on servers located in the United States of America. Google will use this information to assess your use of the website, compile reports on Website activity for the company. You will find more information about Google Analytics and data protection at http://tools.google.com/dlpage/gaoptout?hl=fr or https://www.google.com/analytics/learn/privacy.html?hl=fr

Article 6 - Protection and use of personal data collected

Contact form

The personal information provided on the Website's contact form is for the exclusive use by Entremont with the only purpose to answer questions asked via the "Contact Us" tab.

Under the French Data Protection Act of 6 January 1978, each user who fills in this form has a right to access, correct, or delete personal information about them and they may exercise by writing to: 
Entremont Alliance 25 Faubourg des Balmettes, 74000 Annecy.

Promotional activities

As part of promotional campaigns organised by Entremont Alliance on the Website, personal information may be requested from users wishing to participate in the contest. The data controller and the purposes of such processing will be clearly indicated on the contest's entry form. The data controller will only use personal data for the purposes indicated to the user when they entered the contest.

In some cases and following express acceptance of the user, personal data may be intended to receive special offers from Entremont Alliance and / or its partners. Entremont Alliance will only provide the personal data of contest participants to third parties if they have expressly agreed to this.

In all cases, contest participants will have, in compliance with the French Data Protection Act of 6 January 1978, a right to access, modify, or delete information about them which they may exercise by contacting the data controller.

The data collected in mandatory to participate in the contest. Therefore, users who exercise their right to delete their personal data before the end of the contest will be deemed to have waived their entry to the contest.

Non-personal Data

Any non-personal data provided to Entremont Alliance on the Website (comments, opinions, suggestions, etc.) may be used by Entremont Alliance without any restrictions in the right of use and without consideration for you or a third party. This information will not be treated as confidential by Entremont Alliance.

Article 7 - Confidentiality measures

Entremont Alliance has implemented the resources to securely store personal information to avoid loss, deterioration, and piracy. Storage systems are only accessible by a limited number of authorised persons.

Article 8 - Risks related to the Internet network

The services of the Website are accessible 24/7, except in cases of force majeure or an event beyond the control of Entremont and subject to maintenance periods and any down time. Transfer rates and the response times of information transmitted between the Internet and the Website's platform are not guaranteed by Entremont Alliance. Information transmission speeds are not part of the access services provided by Entremont Alliance; they are characteristics inherent to the online networks relating to absorption techniques for the traffic generated.

Entremont Alliance reminds users of these characteristics and limits of the Internet network and accepts no liability for the consequences of the user connecting to this network via the Website.

More particularly, Entremont Alliance will not be held liable for any damage, material or immaterial, caused to users, their hardware and data stored on it, and the consequences thereof on their personal, professional, or commercial activity. 

Entremont Alliance will not be held liable for any use by third parties of elements in the Website's personal spaces. Entremont Alliance will also not be held liable in the event that one or more users are unable to connect to the Website due to a technical fault or other problem related, in particular, to the network congestion.

Article 9 – Suspension and termination 

Entremont Alliance may unilaterally and at any time temporarily or permanently stop the launch of its Website without incurring any liability and without this giving rise to the payment of damages of any kind. 

Article 10 - Third party websites / Hyperlinks

The pages of the Website can contain hyperlinks to other websites operated by companies that are not part of Entremont Alliance and over which Entremont Alliance does not exercise any kind of control. Entremont Alliance may not be held liable for the content of these websites, the use that may be made of them, and the content to which these websites can direct the user to. All Website users or visitors may establish a hyperlink to this Website without Entremont Alliance's express prior authorisation.

Article 11 – Other provisions

Entremont Alliance is free to change these Terms of Use at any time. The latest version of the Terms of Use are applicable to users. The general terms and conditions of use are governed by French law and any dispute relating to the performance and / or interpretation of them shall be brought before the French courts. It is strictly forbidden to use or reproduce Entremont Alliance's name and/or logo and all trademarks, designs cited and/or presented on this Website or any website linked to it in any manner, including for advertising purposes, without Entremont Alliance's prior written consent.

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