OWNERSHIP OF THE SITE
The website is published by the company TUPACK GROUPE registered in the Paris Trade Register (RCS: Paris B 821 038 130), whose head office is located at 20
Avenue Mac–Mahon, 75017 Paris. SAS with a share capital of€ 356,050.00. Intracommunity VAT number: FR 95 821038130. The publication director is Mr Alain
The site is hosted by the company OVH, SAS, with a capital of € 10,069,020 whose head office is located at 2 rue Kellermann 59100 ROUBAIX (France). To contact
this host, go to http://www.ovh.com/fr/support/ .
Photographs and text writing: TUPACK GROUPE
Graphic design and development of the site: ATAFOTOSTUDIO
TERMS OF SERVICE
The purpose of these General Conditions of Use (hereinafter ” T & Cs “) is to define the terms in which TUPACK GROUPE makes the website accessible to Internet
users available at the address https: //www.neuvistac.fr (hereinafter “the Site”). The Site allows the User,in particular, to learn about the activities of the company.
Article 1 – Definitions
The Parties agree and accept that the following terms used with a capital letter, in the singular and / or in the plural, have within the framework of these T & Cs. As
such the meaning given as follows:
● GCU: refers to these General Conditions of Use.
● Parties: collectively refers to the User and the Company.
● Site: refers to the website accessible at the address https://www.neuvistac.fr/ published by the Company.
● User: refers to the natural or legal person, able to contract, who browses the Site.
Article 2 – Purpose and acceptance of the T & Cs
The purpose of these General Conditions of Use (hereinafter GCU) is to define the conditions of use of the Site by the User. These T & Cs constitute the entire
agreement between the Parties and replace any previous oral or written agreement or arrangement relating thereto. The Company reserves the right to modify these
T & Cs at any time. Any modification will immediately take effect from posting the new version of the T & Cs on the Site. Therefore, the user undertakes to regularly
last visit to the Site.
Article 3 – Liability of the Company
The Company guarantees that the Site is fully compliant with public order, good morals, the rights of third parties and the laws in force. The Company makes every
effort to ensure access and proper functioning of the Site.
However, taking into account the limits related to the internet, the Company cannot exclude that access and operation of the Site may be interrupted, in particular in
the event of force majeure, malfunction of the User’s equipment, malfunctions of the Internet network. of the User, maintenance operations intended to improve the
Consequently, the Company cannot be held responsible for any interruption of the Site, whether voluntary or not. It is specified that it undertakes to do its best to
limit the interruptions attributable to it.
The Company reserves the right, without notice or compensation, to temporarily or permanently close access to the Site in order to update, modify or change the
operational methods, servers and hours of accessibility; without this list is not exhaustive.
The Company reserves the right to make any modifications and improvements to the Site that it deems necessary or useful for the proper functioning of the Site. The
Company cannot be held responsible for the user of the Site and the information collected on it.
● Damages that are not caused by a breach by the Company of these T & Cs,
● Damages that are not caused by actions of the Company characterized as fraud or willful misconduct,
● The damages that the Parties cannot reasonably foresee at the time when these T & Cs were concluded,
● Any offensive, inappropriate, obscene, illegal or otherwise objectionable content posted by Users, or third parties,
● And events beyond the reasonable control of the Company.
Article 4 – Responsibility of the User
The user undertakes to use the Site in accordance with the provisions of these T & Cs. He is solely responsible for the use he makes of it and for the information
given in the forms on the site. The user undertakes to use the Site and its information with discernment, in compliance with the laws in force in France.
In the context of the use of the Site, the User undertakes in particular to:
● Guarantee the accuracy, integrity and legality of information;
● Guarantee the proper use of the Site;
● Refrain from entering malicious, denigrating, obscene, defamatory, deliberately misleading, illegal and/or contrary to morality;
● Respect the rights of third parties, and in particular their intellectual property rights;
● Not to usurp the identity of other Users or third parties on the Site;
● Not to alter or disrupt the integrity or performance of the Site or the data contained therein;
● Do not attempt to gain unauthorized access to the Site or its associated systems or networks or to intercept data;
● Use the Site in compliance with applicable national and/or international laws and regulations.
Consequently, the Company can in no way be held responsible for the illegality, inaccuracy or inadequacy of the information transmitted via the Site by the user.
Article 5 – Hypertext links
The Site may contain hypertext links to other sites on the Internet. The Company does not endorse the content and cannot be associated in any way with these sites.
The hypertext links set up to other sites will therefore not engage the responsibility of the Company. The User is not authorized to create a direct link to the
presentation page of a third party site without the express authorization of the Company. The Company reserves the right to request the removal of any link that
does not comply with the purpose of the Site.
Article 6 – Intellectual property
The Company owns the Site, both in its technical, graphic, textual and other components. In particular, the Site is accessible by means of software and databases
which belong to it or over which the Company has intellectual property rights. These T & Cs do not confer on the User any intellectual property rights of any kind
over the Site, its components or the Company’s brand. The user undertakes to indemnify the Company for any damage resulting from the violation by him of any of
his intellectual property rights, resulting in particular from non–compliance with these T & Cs.
Article 7 – Personal data
The Company, as data controller, collects and uses Users’ personal data in accordance with the regulations in force.
7.1. Purpose of processing
All the information collected is processed to promote the Company’s activities through the Site. The data collected may also be used for statistical studies or
analyzes. Finally, the company and/or by its business partners may process the data collected for prospecting, in particular commercial purposes.
7.2. Data source
The data is collected directly from the Users concerned (for example, when a User provides his information in the contact form on the site).
The recipients of this data are:
● The society
● The Company’s business partners,
● The Company’s subcontractors (such as the hosting provider).
The Company ensures that the data recipients offer serious guarantees of security and confidentiality of the personal data transmitted to them by the Company.
7.4. Transfer of data outside the European Union
Data is mainly processed within the European Union. However, some data may be transferred outside the European Union. In this case, the Company will ensure that
these transfers are made to countries with a sufficient level of protection, or that they are framed by legal tools guaranteeing these transfers a level of protection in
accordance with European requirements (such as Standard Contractual Clauses of the European Commission, and/or by the adherence of the entities receiving the
data to the Privacy Shield, when they are located in the United States).
retention Data is stored in compliance with French and European regulations. The data retention period is three (3) years. At the end of this period, the data is
destroyed by the Company. The user can request the destruction of data from the Company. Therefore, the Company will automatically and permanently delete all
data associated with the User in such a case.
7.6. Rights of the persons concerned by the processing
In applying the Data Protection Act, the person concerned by the processing has, with regard to the processing of his personal data, a right of access, opposition,
rectification and erasure. In addition, the data subject has the right to communicate to the Company directives which define the way in which he wishes his personal
data to be processed after his death (by indicating, for example, whether he wishes them to be kept, erased, or communicated to a designated third party).
Finally, the data subject may, where appropriate, request the erasure of personal data that was collected when he was a minor. In addition, the data subject may also
exercise (in addition to the aforementioned rights), their right to restriction of processing and their right to the portability of their personal data. They will also have
the right to withdraw their consent to processing their personal data (for any processing based on their consent).
Finally, he may assert his right not to be the subject of a decision based exclusively on automated processing (such as profiling, for example), producing legal effects
concerning him or significantly affecting him . The person concerned by the processing also has the right to lodge a complaint with a supervisory authority relating to
the processing of his personal data.
These rights will be exercised by sending the request to the Company:
● Or by making a request via the information request form on the site: https://www.neuvistac.fr/contact
● Or by post to the following address: 20 Avenue Mac–Mahon, 75017 Paris
Article 8 – Cookies
A “cookie” is a computer file intended to collect information from the User’s terminal.
As part of its activity, the Company uses different types of cookies and in particular:
Cookie for site operation (Mandatory)
These cookies are mandatory to ensure the operation of the site and cannot be configured. They allow us to offer you the main functionalities of the site (language
used, display resolution, site security, etc.).
Cookies for statistical analysis purposes
Analytics cookies, coming from the third party Google, are intended to collect statistics of anonymous visits. These cookies are used to measure and analyze the
audience of our site (volume of visits, page views, average time per visit, error messages, etc.); they provide us with analytical information on the performance of our
site and how to improve it. By accepting these cookies, you are helping to improve our site.
The lifespan of these cookies does not exceed thirteen (13) months.
Users can access all the information contained in the files relating to the cookies used by the Company, in accordance with the terms set out in article 7.6 above.
Data security and confidentiality
The company strives to take all necessary precautions to preserve the confidentiality and security of the personal data processed and prevent them from being
distorted, damaged, destroyed or accessed by unauthorized third parties.
LOGIN COOKIES AND WITNESSES
How to exercise your choices, depending on the browser you use?
For the management of cookies and your choices, the configuration of each browser is different. It is described in your browser’s help menu, which will allow you to
know how to modify your preferences in terms of cookies.
For Internet Explorer 8.0 and above:
1. Choose the “Tools” menu (or “Tools”), then “Internet Options” (or “Internet Options”).
2. Click on the “Confidentiality” tab.
3. Select the desired level using the cursor.
For Mozilla Firefox:
1. Choose the “Tools” menu then “Options”.
2. Click on the “Privacy” icon.
3. Locate the “cookies” menu and select the options that suit you
1. Choose the “Settings” menu
2. Click on “Display advanced settings” and go to the paragraph “Confidentiality”
3. Click on “Content settings”
1. Choose the “File” menu then “Preferences”
2. Click on the “Privacy” icon.
3. Define your settings
1. Tap on the Key at the top right
2. Go to “Settings” then “Privacy and security”
3. Define your settings
For Dolphin on Android
1. In the menu go to “More,” then “Settings”
2. Choose the Confidentiality menu then “Security”
3. Define your settings in the “Cookies” menu
For Safari on iOS
1. In the “Settings” application choose “Safari”
2. Go to “accept cookies” in the “Confidentiality” section
3. Define your settings