1. Presentation of our website
In compliance with law n° 2004-2005 dated June 21, 2004 Confidence in the Digital Economy Act, our website created by Hexagon Digital Performance, provides information to the public regarding our business.
We encourage you to consult our legal notices regularly, as such notices may change.
The website hexagon-perf.com belongs to the company Hexagon Digital Performance, headquartered at: 6 cité Thuré 75015 Paris FRANCE and registered at Paris RCS under n° B 819 549 494 – APE Code : 6202A.
Hexagon Digital Performance is responsible for all publication and may be contacted at the following e-mail address: email@example.com.
The webmaster responsible for administration of the website may be contacted at the following e-mail address: firstname.lastname@example.org.
The website hexagon-perf.com is hosted by xxxxxxxxxxx.
The legal notices listed on this website were provided by the communication agency web G7design.
2. General terms of service.
By using our website hexagon-perf.com, you fully consent and agree to the general terms of service set forth in these legal notices. Although accessible to all visitors, an interruption of service for maintenance may be imposed by Hexagon Digital Performance. The dates and times of any such interruptions in services will be provided to users in advance.
3. Products and services offered by hexagon-perf.com.
Pursuant to its communication policy, the website hexagon-perf.com provides its users with information related to products and services offered by Hexagon Digital Performance, which strives to provide accurate information related to its business. However, errors or omissions may occur: the company shall in no event be responsible for any errors or omissions contained on fufuparis.com.
4. Contractual limitations
The information posted on our website hexagon-perf.com is subject to quality controls in order to ensure its accuracy. However, we shall not be held liable for technical inaccuracies present therein.
If you discover an error regarding this information that we should correct, please do not hesitate to let us know by e-mail at email@example.com.
The links related directly or indirectly to our website hexagon-perf.com are out of our control. As such, we cannot ensure the accuracy of information posted on other websites.
5. Intellectual property and website content
The editorial content posted on the website fufuparis.com is the exclusive property of Hexagon Digital Performance. Any copyright violation is punishable under article L.335-2 of the Intellectual Property Code by 2 years of imprisonment and a fine of 150 000€.
The website hexagon-perf.com shall not be responsible for offensive, racist, defamatory, or pornographic material exchanged through its interactive features. We reserve the exclusive right to reject and delete any content that is incompatible with our values and policies or with applicable French law.
By visiting the website hexagon-perf.com, each user consents and agrees to the installation of cookies on such user’s device.
Photos credits: xxxxxxxxx
6. Personal data, respect for privacy and personal liberty
All data collected on the website hexagon-perf.com is for the purpose of optimal function of our platform, such as contact forms and subscription to the Newsletter. You have the option to unsubscribe to the Newsletter at any time by using a link found at the bottom of the Newsletter page.
Hexagon Digital Performance will not share any user information collected on its website in any form (sale, exchange, loan, lease, grant).
In accordance with the law “Data Processing, Data Files, and Individual Liberties” dated January 4, 1978 as revised in 2004, the user has the right to access and correction of personal information, which may be exercised at any time by sending an e-mail to firstname.lastname@example.org, or by sending a written request by post to the following address: 6 cité Thuré 75015 Paris FRANCE.
7. Applicable law
Subject to French law, the website hexagon-perf.com is governed by law n° 2004-2005 of June 21, 2004 for confidence in the digital economy article L.335-2 of the Intellectual Property Code, and the law “Data Processing, Data Files, and Individual Liberties” of January 6, 1978, as revised in 2004.