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FISA® – hereinafter referred to as: FISA
Site Content means the general structure, text, images, animated or otherwise, and sounds of which the site is composed. Total or partial representation of this site and its Content by any means whatsoever without express prior permission from FISA is prohibited and would constitute an infringement punishable by articles L335-2 et sequentes of the Intellectual Property Code.
Licence to use the Content of the fisa.com website
By browsing the fisa.com website, users acknowledge that they accept from FISA a license to use the Content of the website strictly subject to the following imperative conditions:
– This non-exclusive license is non-transferable.
– The right of use granted to the user is personal and private: that is to say that any reproduction of the Content of the site on any medium for collective or professional use is prohibited, including for internal use. The same applies to communication of the Content by electronic means, including via a company intranet or extranet.
– Such use only includes permission to reproduce for storage for the purpose of representation on a single-user screen and reproduction in one copy, for backup and hard copy.
– Any other use (reproduction, representation, use, adaptation, modification, incorporation, translation, commercialisation, in part or entirely) of the elements of this site without prior written permission from FISA is prohibited and would constitute an infringement of copyright. Offenders will be prosecuted, without prejudice to any other remedy.
Permission to reproduce Content
– On electronic media to reproduce content (text, graphics, illustrations)
– On electronic media (Web, intranet, CD-ROM, etc.) published on the fisa.com site, send your request by email via the contact form on the site.
We will ask you to specify the context, the required duration of reproduction, type of site, presentation envisaged, etc.
Please remember to also let us know your name, the name of your organisation or company, the URL address of your site, and your contact information including your email address.
The email addresses of persons wishing to contact us shall not be used for commercial purposes, and under no circumstances will they be resold.
Under the French Data Protection Act 78-17 of 6 January 1978, you have a right of access, modification, correction and deletion in respect of your personal data. You have the right to be forgotten at the end of one calendar year from the recording of the data.
The right of access may be exercised by using the contact details below: FISA France – 4 Avenue Garigliano, ZAC des Gâtines, 91600 Savigny-sur-Orge
Or using this form:
FISA shall not be liable for the hypertext links set up on this website that lead to other resources on the Internet.
If you wish to create a link with the fisa.com site, please inform us by email via the contact form on the site.
Unavailability of the fisa.com site
FISA shall make its best efforts to ensure that users can access the site at all times. FISA shall not be liable for the unavailability of the site for any reason whatsoever.
Cookies are files that are saved on your computer’s hard drive when you browse the Internet. A cookie does not allow us to identify you personally. On the other hand, it records information relating to your use of the Site which may be directly read by our servers, during your visits and subsequent requests on the Site (such as, for example, the pages you have viewed, or the date and time of viewing the pages).
The data collected by means of cookies makes it possible in particular to improve the quality of the Site in order to make it more attractive or functional and to facilitate browsing.
EXERCISE YOUR CHOICES ACCORDING TO THE BROWSER YOU ARE USING
You may at any time set your browser to state and modify your wishes regarding cookies. You can state your choices by setting your browser to refuse certain cookies.
If you choose to refuse all cookies, you will only be able to browse certain pages of the Site, or even be unable to browse it in some cases.
We inform you that you can however oppose the saving of cookies by following the procedure below:
Go to Tools > Internet Options.
Click the Privacy tab.
Click the Advanced button, check the Override automatic cookie handling box.
At the top of the Firefox window, click the Firefox button (Tools menu in Windows XP) and select Options.
Select the Privacy panel.
Set Storage rules: to use the custom settings for history.
Uncheck Accept cookies.
Click the gear wheel (or wrench) icon in the browser toolbar.
Click Show advanced settings.
In the Privacy section, click the Content settings button.
In the Cookies section, you can block cookies and data from third-party sites
Go to Settings > Preferences
Click the Privacy tab
In the Block cookies area, check the Always box
Go to Settings > Preferences
Click the Advanced tab
In the Cookies area, check the box Never accept cookies
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Some pages of the Site may contain third-party social media buttons or modules that allow you to use the features of those media, and particularly to share the Content of the Site with other users.
When you go to a web page with one of these buttons or modules, your browser can send information to the social media, which can then associate that display with your profile.
Social media cookies, over which we have no control, may then be placed in your browser by these media. Please review the specific privacy policies of each of these social media sites in order to identify the purposes of use of the browsing information collected by social media through these buttons and modules (Facebook, Twitter, Google+, LinkedIn).