Legal information

1. Presentation of the site.

Under Article 6 of The 2004-575 Act of 21 June 2004 for confidence in the digital economy, users of the site are specified the identity of the various stakeholders in the context of its implementation and follow-up:
Propriary: Crescendo-Systems – SARL 442 977 641 001 0002 – 57, 57, rue d’Orsel 75018 Paris
Creator: Crescendo-Systems
Responsible publication: Guy Maori – contact[@]
The editor is a natural person.
Webmaster: Philippe Lefebvre – contact[@]
Host: Crescendo-Systems – 57 rue d’Orsel, 75018 Paris
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2. General terms and conditions of use of the site and the services offered.

The use of the site implies full acceptance of the following terms and conditions of use. These terms of use may be changed or completed at any time, so users of the site are encouraged to consult them on a regular basis. This site is normally accessible to users at any time. However, an interruption due to technical maintenance may be decided by Crescendo-Systems, which will then endeavour to communicate to users the dates and times of the intervention beforehand. The site is updated regularly by Guy Maori. Similarly, the imprint may be changed at any time: they are nevertheless required to the user who is invited to refer to most often as possible in order to take knowledge.

3. Description of the services provided.

The site is intended to provide information about all of the company’s activities. Crescendo-Systems strives to provide as accurate information as possible on the site However, it cannot be held responsible for omissions, inaccuracies and deficiencies in the update, either by its own doing or by the third parties that provide this information. All information on the website is given as an indication, and is likely to change. In addition, the information on the site is not exhaustive. They are subject to changes since their online.

4. Contractual Limitations on the technical data.

The site uses JavaScript technology.The website cannot be held responsible for property damage related to the use of the site. In addition, the user of the site is committed to access the site using a recent material, containing no virus and with a last generation updated to browser

5. Intellectual property and counterfeits.

Crescendo-Systems owns intellectual property rights or holds the rights to use all items available on the site, including texts, images, graphics, logo, icons, sounds, software. Any reproduction, representation, modification, publication, adaptation of all or part of the elements of the site, regardless of the means or process used, is prohibited, unless written permission from: Crescendo-Systems.Any unauthorized exploitation of the site or any of the elements it contains will be considered to constitute infringement and pursued in accordance with the provisions of Articles L.335-2 and following of the Intellectual Property Code.

6. Limitations of liability.

Crescendo-Systems cannot be held responsible for direct and indirect damage to the user’s equipment, when accessing the site, resulting either from the use of equipment that does not meet the specifications specified in point 4, or from the appearance of a bug or incompatibility. Crescendo-Systems will also not be held responsible for indirect damage (such as a loss of market or loss of a chance) as a result of the use of the website spaces (possibility of asking questions in the contact space) are available to users. Crescendo-Systems reserves the right to remove, without prior notice, any content deposited in this space that would contraviar to applicable legislation in France, in particular to data protection provisions. If necessary, Crescendo-Systems also reserves the possibility of questioning the user’s civil and/or criminal liability, especially in case of messages of a racist, offensive, defamatory, or pornographic nature, regardless of the medium used (text, photography, etc.).

7. Personal Data Management

In France, personal data is protected by Law 78-87 of 6 January 1978, Law No. 2004-801 of 6 August 2004, Article L. 226-13 of the Penal Code and the European Directive of 24 O
ctober 1995.In the case of the use of the site, can be collected: the URL of the links through which the user accessed the site , the user’s ISP, the user’s Internet Protocol (IP) address. In any case Crescendo-Systems collects personal information about the user only for the need of certain services offered by the site The user provides this information in an informed, including when conducting their seizure by itself. The user of the site is then told whether or not to provide this information. In accordance with the provisions of Section 38 and following of Act 78-17 of January 6, 1978 relating to computer science, to files and freedoms, any user has the right to access, correct and object to personal data about him, by making his written and signed request, accompanied by a copy of the identity document with the signature of the holder of the piece, specifying the address to which the reply must be sent. No personal information of the user of the site is published without the user’s knowledge, exchanged, transferred, ceded or sold on any medium to third parties. Only the assumption of the purchase of Crescendo-Systems and its rights would allow the transmission of the information to the eventual purchaser who would in turn be bound by the same obligation to preserve and modify the data vis-à-vis the user of the site www.credoplanning. com.The databases are protected by the provisions of the law of 1 July 1998 transposing Directive 96/9 of 11 March 1996 relating to the legal protection of databases.

8. Hypertext links and Cookies.

The site contains a number of hyperlinks to other sites, set up with the permission of Crescendo-Systems. However, Crescendo-Systems does not have the ability to verify the content of the sites visited in this way, and will therefore not assume any respons
ibility for this fact. Browsing the site is likely to cause cookies to be installed on the user’s computer. A cookie is a file of small size, which does not allow identification of the user, but which records information to a computer on a site navigation. The data obtained are intended to facilitate further navigation on the site, and are also intended to enable various traffic measures.
Refusal to install a cookie may result in the inability to access certain services. However, the user can set up his computer in the following way, to refuse the installation of cookies: Under Internet Explorer: tool tab (pictogram in the shape of cog at the top right) / internet options. Click Privacy and select block all cookies. Validate on Ok.

Under Firefox: At the top of the browser window, click the Firefox button, then go to the Options tab. Click on the Privacy
tab. Set the Conservation Rules to: Use custom settings for history. Finally uncheck it to disable the cookies.
Under Safari: Click at the top right of the browser on the menu pictogram (symbolized by a cog). Select settings. Click Show advanced settings. In the “Privacy” section, click content settings. In the “Cookies” section, you can block cookies. Under Chrome: Click at the top right of the browser on the menu pictogram (symbolized by three horizontal lines). Select settings. Click Show advanced settings. In the “Privacy” section, click Preferences. In the “Privacy” tab, you can block cookies.

9. Applicable law and award of jurisdiction.

Any dispute in relation to the use of the site is subject to French law. Exclusive jurisdiction is conferred on the competent courts of Paris.

10. The main laws concerned.

Act 78-17 of January 6, 1978, notably amended by Law No. 2004-801 of August 6, 2004 relating to computers, files and freedoms. Act 2004-575 of June 21, 2004 for confidence in the digital economy. The site is in compliance with the GDPR : see our RGPD policy.

11. Lexicon.

User: Internet user logging in, using the aforementio
ned site. Personal information: “information that permits, in any form, directly or not, the identification of the individuals to whom they apply” (Article 4 of Act 78-17 of January 6, 1978).