This website is operated by InPuzzle:
InPuzzle is a registered trademark belonging to Caractères et Caetera – SAS (simplified joint-stock company) with a capital of €40,000.
SIRET number: 429 632 045
Head office: 8 Place du Colombier, 35000 Rennes, France.
Tel.: +(0)33 2 99 78 50 50
https://www.inpuzzle.com is the official URL for the InPuzzle Website.
Publishing directors: Vincent Renard & Philippe Guyon.
CONDITIONS OF USE:
All users browsing the InPuzzle website (https://www.inpuzzle.com) (hereinafter referred to as “the website”) undertake to comply with the following terms and conditions of use.
All users who browse the website are responsible for the data they share, use and/or transfer, and therefore agree to comply with the French regulations in force, particularly those that relate to explicitly illicit content (crimes against decency, incitement to racial hatred, paedophilia, etc.) or to the safeguarding of third-party rights (intellectual property rights, etc.). The company Caractères et Caetera is not responsible for the manner in which the data is used, or for content shared by external individuals, particularly those who do not comply with the regulations in force.
Caractères et Caetera reserves the right to retroactively check all hypertext links that redirect to the website, and where applicable, to delete said links. Caractères et Caetera cannot be held responsible for any websites containing hypertext links that redirect to the InPuzzle website and declines all responsibility regarding their content and use.
The website is governed by French law. The French courts have exclusive competence in the event of a dispute.
PROPERTY – COPYRIGHT:
The presentation and content of the website https://www.inpuzzle.com form a whole that is protected by the copyright, intellectual property and industrial property laws currently in force. Names and logos are registered trademarks, unless otherwise specified. Any graphic elements that may feature on the website, including illustrations, photographs, images, texts, animated sequences with or without sound and any other documents, are subject to copyright and industrial and/or intellectual property law and are, depending on the element in question, the property of Caractères et Caetera or of third parties who have authorised Caractères et Caetera to make use of them.
No partial or full commercial use, reproduction, representation, use, adaptation, modification, incorporation, translation or marketing of these elements (including downloadable or copy-friendly versions) may be made without Caractères et Caetera’s prior written approval, with the exception of private use subject to the different and often more restrictive provisions outlined in the French Code of Intellectual Property.
In addition to copyright, breaches of industrial and/or intellectual property law constitute a counterfeiting offence and are punishable by three years of imprisonment and a fine of €300,000.
PERSONAL DATA PROTECTION:
Caractères et Caetera would like to inform users that all personal data collected directly or indirectly on the website (name, email address, etc.) necessary to the smooth functioning of some features (emails, contact, etc.) is covered by French data protection law no. 78-17 dated 6 January 1978. The data in question is designed for use by INPUZZLE and may be kept, automatically processed and used to contact you and keep you up-to-date about our products, services and offers as part of our sales and/or marketing campaigns. Caractères et Caetera may share collected data with third parties, particularly with some of its technical service providers, to ensure the smooth functioning of the website.
Under Article 16 of the aforementioned law, the http://www.in-puzzle.com website has been registered with the French Commission for Data Protection and Liberties (Commission Nationale de l’Informatique et des Libertés, CNIL).
For any information concerning personal data protection and your right to access, alter or delete your data, please email INPUZZLE at firstname.lastname@example.org.
2 rue Kellermann, 59100 Roubaix – France.