legal notice



Editor
 
Association Action Contre la Faim France (ACF-F)
Registered main office: au 14/16 Boulevard Douaumont - CS 80060 75854 PARIS CEDEX 17 +33 1 70 84 70 84
SIRET: 318 990 892 00065
Executive Director: Véronique Andrieux
 
Address
 
 
Webmaster and director of publication:
 
Host: DWM, 300 chemin des Perrières, 71850 CHARNAY-LES-MACON
 
 
Terms and conditions
 
By accessing or using http://www.linknca.org/ (the “Website”), the User implicitly and unconditionally accepts the following terms and conditions of use.
 
Definitions.
    User: any person accessing or using the Website.
  Personal information: “information, whatever the form, which directly or indirectly allow the identification of physical persons” (article 4 of the January 6th 1978 Act “Informatique et Liberté”).
 
2 Intellectual Property rights.
 
2.1 Intellectual property and counterfeit.
 
   The Website and all its components, including texts, articles, newsletters, leaflets, plans, word-clouds, databases and softwares (“Items”) are protected by French intellectual property laws.
   The complete or partial reproduction of said Items is forbidden.
   The User is only allowed to reproduce for a durable period, in any medium, said Items for personal, private and non-commercial use. The User is forbidden to transmit, by mail or via another website, said Items to third parties.
  The User is allowed to use short quotes from the Website provided the origin of the document is mentioned as follows: “excerpt from http://www.linknca.org/”. The date, the title and the name of the author must also be mentioned.
 
 
 
2.2 Image rights.
 
ACF, reserves the right to reproduce and communicate to the public the photographs of participants in any form and on any support for its internal and external communication.
 
3 Personal Information and cookies.
 
3.1 Personal Information.
 
ACF is responsible for processing the User’s personal information.
 
Personal information gathered is processed for the purpose to communicate with and evaluate Users’ demands. If Users’ personal information is not collected, ACF will not be able to handle visitors demands.
 
ACF is the only recipient of the information, along with its subcontractors and partners. In accordance with the January 6th 1978 Act “Informatique et Liberté”, the User is entitled to access and rectify information concerning him/her, by sending an email to: cil@actioncontrelafaim.org.
For legitimate reason, the User can refuse to have its personal data processed.
 
In this case, the User must indicate the section of the Website on which personal data have been communicated and emphasise, which data ACF shall correct, update or erase: for this purpose User shall precisely identify himself. In Any request related to erasing personal data shall only be made in accordance with applicable laws and regulations, and in particular those related to archiving or records keeping.
 
The User’s personal information shall never be sold to a third party. The personal information might be shared in accordance with applicable legal or regulatory obligation, or judicial injunction, or a governmental regulation, or when needed for an investigation or procedure.
 
To ensure the security and confidentiality of personal information we collect online, we use networks protected by standard devices such as firewalls and password. When processing your personal data, we take all reasonable measures to protect against loss, misuse, unauthorized access, disclosure, alteration or destruction.
 
3.2 Cookies.
 
General Information.
 
This website uses cookies (cookies). A cookie is a small text stored by your browser, which allows it to retain information between web pages and browser sessions. These cookies allow ACF to keep information on your navigation. They also help understand the behaviour of users of the site and make your browsing experience and the most pleasant site. Cookies can keep only the text, which is still confidential and often encrypted. ACF does not retain personal information in a cookie.
 
What are cookies?
 
Cookies are small text files generated by visited websites that can store data that can be useful later. These data allow to keep user information between pages, but also to analyse the way you interact with the site.
 
Cookies are safe, they can only store information that is made available by the browser; information the user has previously entered into the browser or that are included in page requests. They cannot execute code or be used to access a computer. If a website encrypts the information in a cookie, only the site can read this information.
There are two different types of cookies whose uses and content are different: temporary and persistent.
 
Temporary cookies contain information that is used in the User’s browsing session. These cookies are automatically deleted when the User closes the browser. Nothing is stored on the computer when the User is finished browsing. Persistent cookies are used to store information that is used between the visits. These data allow websites to recognize that you're a returning visitor, and adapt accordingly.
 
Why use cookies?
 
Cookies are used by the Website to keep information about the User’s session while browsing the latter, to keep navigation details and check if the User is connected.
 
Deactivating and erasing cookies.
 
All web browsers allow you to limit the behaviour or disable cookies in the settings or the browser options. The steps are different for each browser. With your browser, you can also consult the cookies that are on your computer and delete them. Disabling cookies will affect your site navigation.
 
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