1. Site presentation
Under Article 6 of Law No. 2004-575 of June 21, 2004 on confidence in the digital economy, users of the JHL site are informed of the identity of the various stakeholders in the context of its implementation and his follow-up :
Owner : Jhl
Address : 275 rue Ste Croix, Lachute QCJ8H 4M2
Creator : DailyWeb
Publication manager : Jhl – 514 258-5480
The publication manager is a natural person or a legal person.
Webmaster : Mr Frédéric Blanc – firstname.lastname@example.org
Host : OVH – 2 rue Kellermann – 59100 Roubaix – France
Credits : The legal notice model is offered by Subdelirium.com Credit SubDelirium.com
2. General conditions of use of the site and the services offered
Use of the JHL site implies full acceptance of the general conditions of use described below. These conditions of use are likely to be modified or supplemented at any time, users of the JHL site are therefore invited to consult them on a regular basis.
This site is normally accessible to users at all times. An interruption due to technical maintenance may however be decided by Jhl, who will then endeavor to communicate to users beforehand the dates and times of the intervention.
The JHL site is updated regularly by Jhl. Likewise, the legal notices can be modified at any time: they nevertheless apply to the user, who is invited to refer to them as often as possible in order to become acquainted with them.
3. Description of services provided
The purpose of the JHL site is to provide information on all of the company’s activities.
Jhl strives to provide the JHL site with as accurate information as possible. However, it cannot be held responsible for omissions, inaccuracies and deficiencies in the update, whether by itself or by third party partners who provide it with this information.
All the information indicated on the JHL site is given as an indication, and is likely to evolve. Furthermore, the information on the JHL site is not exhaustive. They are given subject to modifications having been made since they were put online.
4. Contractual limitations on technical data
The website cannot be held responsible for material damage related to the use of the site. In addition, the user of the site agrees to access the site using recent equipment, which does not contain viruses and with an up-to-date latest generation browser
5. Intellectual property and counterfeits
Jhl owns the intellectual property rights or holds the rights to use all the elements accessible on the site, in particular texts, images, graphics, logos, icons, sounds, software.
Any reproduction, representation, modification, publication, adaptation of all or part of the elements of the site, whatever the means or process used, is prohibited without the prior written authorization of: Jhl.
Any unauthorized use of the site or any of the elements it contains will be considered as constituting an infringement and prosecuted in accordance with the provisions of Articles L.335-2 and following of the Intellectual Property Code.
6. Limitations of Liability
Jhl cannot be held liable for any direct or indirect damage caused to the user’s equipment when accessing the JHL site, and resulting either from the use of equipment that does not meet the specifications indicated in point 4, or the appearance of a bug or incompatibility.
Jhl can also not be held liable for indirect damages (such as for example a loss of market or loss of opportunity) resulting from the use of the JHL site.
Interactive spaces (possibility to ask questions in the contact area) are available to users. Jhl reserves the right to remove, without prior notice, any content posted in this space that would violate the law applicable in France, in particular the provisions relating to data protection. Where applicable, Jhl also reserves the right to question the civil and / or criminal liability of the user, in particular in the event of a racist, abusive, defamatory or pornographic message, whatever the medium used (text , photography…).
7. Personal data management
In France, personal data is protected in particular by law n ° 78-87 of January 6, 1978, law n ° 2004-801 of August 6, 2004, article L. 226-13 of the Penal Code and the European Directive of 24 October 1995.
When using the JHL site, the following may be collected: the URL of the links through which the user accessed the JHL site, the user’s access provider, the protocol address Internet (IP) of the user.
In any event, Jhl only collects personal information about the user for the purposes of certain services offered by the JHL site. The user provides this information with full knowledge of the facts, especially when entering it himself. The user of the JHL site is then informed of the obligation or not to provide this information.
In accordance with the provisions of articles 38 and following of the law 78-17 of January 6, 1978 relating to data processing, files and freedoms, any user has a right of access, rectification and opposition to personal data. concerning him, by making his written and signed request, accompanied by a copy of the identity document with signature of the holder of the document, specifying the address to which the reply must be sent.
No personal information of the user of the JHL site is published without the user’s knowledge, exchanged, transferred, assigned or sold on any medium to third parties. Only the assumption of the redemption of Jhl and its rights would allow the transmission of such information to the possible purchaser who would in turn be bound by the same obligation to store and modify data with regard to the user of the JHL site.
The site is not declared to the CNIL because it does not collect personal information.
The databases are protected by the provisions of the law of July 1, 1998 transposing Directive 96/9 of March 11, 1996 on the legal protection of databases.
8. Hypertext links and cookies
The JHL site contains a number of hypertext links to other sites, provided with permission from Jhl. However, Jhl does not have the possibility to verify the content of the sites thus visited, and therefore assumes no responsibility for this fact.
Browsing the JHL site may cause the installation of cookie (s) on the user’s computer. A cookie is a small file, which does not allow the user to be identified, but which records information relating to the navigation of a computer on a site. The data thus obtained are intended to facilitate subsequent navigation on the site, and are also intended to allow various measures of attendance.
Refusing to install a cookie may make it impossible to access certain services. The user can, however, configure his computer as follows, to refuse the installation of cookies :
In Internet Explorer: tool tab (pictogram in the shape of a cog at the top right) / internet options. Click on Privacy and choose Block all cookies. Validate on Ok.
In Firefox: at the top of the browser window, click on the Firefox button, then go to the Options tab. Click on the Privacy tab.
Set the Conservation rules on: use personalized settings for history. Finally, uncheck it to disable cookies.
In 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 “Confidentiality” section, click on 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 “Confidentiality” section, click on preferences. In the “Confidentiality” tab, you can block cookies.
9. Applicable law and attribution of jurisdiction
Any dispute in connection with the use of the JHL site is subject to French law. Exclusive jurisdiction is attributed to the competent courts of Paris.
10. The main laws concerned
Law n ° 78-17 of January 6, 1978, notably amended by Law n ° 2004-801 of August 6, 2004 relating to data processing, files and freedoms.
Law n ° 2004-575 of June 21, 2004 for confidence in the digital economy.
User: Internet user connecting, using the aforementioned site.
Personal information: “information which allows, in any form whatsoever, directly or indirectly, the identification of the natural persons to whom it applies” (Article 4 of Law No. 78-17 of January 6, 1978).