Legal statement

Legal statement

 The French company ACOREL SAS is the owner of this website.

ACOREL SAS, simplified joint-stock company with a capital of 180 000 euros, with its registered office Technoparc Pôle 2000, 3 rue Paul Langevin, 07130 Saint Péray –FRANCE.

Trade and Companies Register (RCS): 349 579 003

SIRET number: 349 579 003 000 22

Intra-Community Value Added Tax (VAT): FR 84 349 579 003

APE CODE: 2651B

PHONE: 04 75 40 59 79

FAX: 0475 40 57 71

www.acorel.com website identity of the various stakeholders in the context of its realization and follow-up:

Creator: AMT SOLUTIONS

Site publishing director: ACOREL – info@acorel.com

The Site publishing director is a natural person or a legal entity.

Webmaster: AMT SOLUTIONS – contact@amtsolutions.fr

Site’s hosting company: GANDI SAS – 63-65 boulevard Massena, 75013 PARIS

 Intellectual Property and Counterfeiting

ACOREL SAS owns the intellectual property rights and holds the rights of use on all the components accessible on the site, including texts, images, graphics, logo, icons, sounds, software and videos.

Any reproduction, representation, modification, publication, adaptation of all or part of such content, in any form or by any means, is prohibited without ACOREL SAS prior written consent.

Any unauthorized operation of the website or any of the components it contains shall be considered an infringement and prosecuted in accordance with the provisions of articles L.335-2 and following of the Intellectual Property Code.

 Cookies

A cookie (or log file) is a small text file transferred from a site server when consulting on-line services. Said cookie is saved on an user computer (PC or other device) thanks to the browser for the purpose of subsequent user identification. Cookies can be used to save user preferences and other user data when consulting a site. Under no circumstances can a cookie enable an individual identification. ACOREL SAS uses cookies in order to measure usage of the Site, for its sole internal needs. The user can either accept or refuse cookies. Most browsers automatically accept cookies, but generally users might change their browser’s settings to refuse cookies. If the user refuses cookies, he or she might not be able to access some interactive features.