Publisher: TheGreenFlux, simplified joint-stock company with capital of 346,000 euros, registered with the Trade and Companies Register of Lyon under number 821808516, having its registered office at 31 Boulevard des Belges – 69006 Lyon (FRANCE).
Telephone: +33 (0)9 70 46 66 00
Intra-community VAT number: FR 34 821 808 516
Publication director and editor: Greg Dubly – Chairman
Design creation development: Brenda’s and Anfétamine
TERMS OF SERVICE
Please read the following conditions carefully before using the www.thegreenflux.com website (hereinafter referred to as “the Website”).
Use of the Site implies acceptance of these conditions.
ARTICLE 1 – PROPRIETE INTELLECTUELLE
1.1. The title, design, form, content (trademarks, texts, organization of colors, illustrations, photographs and images) of the Site, its general architecture and its presentation but also any software, compilation of software, source code, and more generally, all the information or documents contained in the Site as well as all the elements created for this Site are either the property of the TheGreenFlux Company, or are subject to the right of use, reproduction and representation granted for the benefit of the latter.
1.2. The Site constitutes a work protected in France by the Intellectual Property Code, and abroad by the international conventions in force on copyright. The violation of one of the copyrights of the work is an offense of counterfeiting punishable by articles L.331-1 and following of the Intellectual Property Code, without prejudice to the penalties provided for in the event of violation of the law. French n ° 78-17 of January 6, 1978 amended relating to data processing, files and freedoms and Regulation (EU) 2016/679 of the European Parliament and of the Council of April 27, 2016 on data protection.
The entire content of this Site – including text, images, graphic presentations and/or audiovisual files – is – unless otherwise stated – protected by law and may not be sold, modified, distributed, reused, repositioned , exploited, represented, reproduced or used, in whole or in part, in any way whatsoever for public or commercial use, whatever the medium, without the prior written authorization of TheGreenFlux.
In the event of prior and express authorization given by TheGreenFlux, the authorized reproduction of the information contained in this Site must indicate the source and the appropriate mention of ownership.
1.3. TheGreenFlux does not authorize Internet users to electronically copy and print on paper documents and/or elements contained in this Site, regardless of the intended use. No license or right other than that of consulting the Site is granted to anyone with regard to intellectual property rights.
1.4. The Site constitutes as such a database, including in particular web pages and data formatted by TheGreenFlux.
Certain pages of the Site also constitute specific databases and may contain personal data, such as the “Contact” section (on which the Internet user transmits his personal data to TheGreenFlux via the contact form).
The personal data contained in these databases are processed under the conditions provided for in Article 4 below.
Any representation, reproduction, distribution, extraction by any means whatsoever, even partial of the Site and/or its content without the consent of TheGreenFlux is unlawful and punishable by articles L.335-2 and following, L.343-1 and following of the Intellectual Property Code.
ARTICLE 2 – HYPERLINKS – HYPERTEXT LINKS
Authorization of links to the Site: no one may set up a hyperlink to this Site without the express, prior and written authorization of TheGreenFlux. In any case, the activation of the link must lead to the opening of a new window in the Internet user’s browser, independent of the original one.
ARTICLE 3 – RESPONSIBILITY
3.1. TheGreenFlux cannot guarantee the availability and access time to this Site, and cannot be held responsible for the timeliness, deletion, lack of posting, failure to store information. The terms of the maintenance, testing and upgrading operations are freely chosen and carried out by TheGreenFlux, at any time, regardless of the procedures and means used for this purpose.
TheGreenFlux makes every effort to maintain access to the Site. However, it may be required to interrupt access to the Site, temporarily or permanently, in particular for legal, technical or maintenance reasons.
3.2. Neither TheGreenFlux, nor any of its affiliates, nor its officers, employees or other representatives, can be held liable for damages, loss of data, direct or indirect material and immaterial damage, such as loss of market, loss of customers, loss of data, income or loss of earnings suffered by an Internet user in connection with the use of the Site and in general, any commercial problem whatsoever, which could result from the impossibility of access to this Site, regardless of the duration, of the use of erroneous information and/or content.
ARTICLE 4 – PERSONAL DATA
4.1. The Internet user accepts that the personal information concerning him, collected by TheGreenFlux on the Site, is subject to processing by automated or non-automated means (if this personal data is contained or called to appear in a file) according to the purposes chosen at the time of data collection on the Site by ticking the corresponding boxes (such as operations relating to the management of customers/prospects, commercial prospecting, the sending of newsletters, the management people’s opinions on TheGreenFlux services).
The Internet user can reconsider his agreement and withdraw his consent at any time.
The user’s personal information is intended for TheGreenFlux, its subsidiaries and its subcontractors within the meaning of Article 28 of the GDPR respectively subject to national and European provisions relating to the protection of personal data.
Mandatory data is indicated during collection. In their absence, the Internet user’s messages cannot be processed.
These data are kept for the time necessary for the operations for which they were collected and in compliance with the regulations in force.
– data relating to TheGreenFlux customers are kept for the duration of the contractual relationship, increased by three (3) years from the end of the contractual relationship, for the purposes of animation and prospecting, without prejudice to the retention obligations or limitation periods;
– Data relating to prospects is kept for a period of 3 years from the last incoming contact with TheGreenFlux
4.2. In accordance with the provisions of the “Data Protection Act” of January 6, 1978 as amended and Regulation (EU) 2016/679 of the European Parliament and of the Council of April 27, 2016 on data protection, the Internet user has the right to opposition, limitation, access, rectification, portability, deletion of personal data concerning him.
The Internet user can also make known his instructions concerning the way in which he intends to exercise his rights after his death and also has the possibility of lodging a complaint with the CNIL.
If the Internet user’s telephone details are collected by TheGreenFlux, the Internet user can ask TheGreenFlux for his telephone number to be on an opposition list, so as not to be the subject of commercial telephone prospecting.
To exercise his rights, the Internet user can make a request:
– via the “Contact” page of the Site, or
– by e-mail to the electronic address, or
– by mail to the postal address: THEGREENFLUX – 31 Boulevard des Belges – 69 006 LYON (FRANCE).
In accordance with the aforementioned regulations in force, all requests must be signed and accompanied by a photocopy of a valid identity document and specify the address to which the company responsible for processing must respond. A response will then be sent within a maximum period of one (1) month following receipt of the request.
4.3. In order to facilitate and monitor the navigation of the Internet user on the Site, TheGreenFlux may also automatically collect information using cookies, with the aim of improving the personalized service intended for the Internet user.
When visiting the Site, the Internet user can configure the cookies to accept or refuse them. He can indicate his preference either globally for the Site, or service by service.
The Internet user can also refuse the installation of cookies on his hard drive by configuring his navigation software.
For technical reasons, the Internet user is however informed that certain services and/or access to certain web pages cannot be accessible to him if he refuses the installation of cookies.
ARTICLE 5 – APPLICABLE LAW – SETTLEMENT OF DISPUTES
5.1. The Site and its conditions of use are subject exclusively to French law, which alone is applicable. These T&Cs are written in French. In the event that they are translated into one or more languages, only the French text shall prevail in the event of a dispute.
5.2. Complaints or disputes will always be received with attentive benevolence. In the event of a dispute, the Internet user may contact TheGreenFlux to obtain an amicable solution, by post to the postal address THEGREENFLUX – 31 Boulevard des Belges – 69 006 LYON (FRANCE) or by e-mail to the address email@example.com
In the event of a dispute(s) arising from these T&Cs, the parties will come together for the purpose of conciliation.
To this end, the parties must designate two (2) interlocutors duly authorized to reconcile who must meet on the initiative of the most diligent party within fifteen (15) days of receipt of the registered letter with acknowledgment of receipt of a request for a conciliation meeting.
The agenda is set by the party initiating the conciliation.
Decisions, made by mutual agreement, will be recorded in writing and will have contractual value.
In the absence of an amicable solution found between the parties within one (1) month from the first conciliation meeting, the parties shall be free to submit their dispute(s) to the competent courts.
Updated on November 2023