Terms and conditions
1. Website Publisher
SA Atlantic Media
7 allée Titouan Lamazou
La Roche-sur-Yon Trade and Companies Register: 335 310 348
Share capital: €2,442,500
2. Publication Directors
Gilles Salle, Jérôme Dugast
3. Website construction
Impasse Isaac Newton/BP 30112
85103 Les Sables d'Olonne
Tel: +33 (0)2 51 23 24 40
4. Hosting the Médialibs site
5. Content Management System (CMS):
6. Purpose of the Website
The purpose of the Website is to:
- Introduce LETSEE as a major player in audiovisual technical services;
- Tell the story of LETSEE and raise awareness of its values;
- Present LETSEE's technical solutions and services;
- Communicate information about LETSEE.
7. Collection and processing of personal data
7.1 Concept of personal data
By this article, Atlantic Media intends to comply with the European and French legislation in force regarding the protection of personal data.
The Website may be viewed without the need for the user to communicate elements of his/her identity or other personal information concerning them.
Personal data that may be collected by Atlantic Media includes all information relating to the user of the Website as a natural person, i.e. data collected when browsing the Website and via the forms appearing on the Website which make it possible to identify the user directly or indirectly.
Atlantic Media may collect personal data from a user of the Website when they browse the pages of the Website, sign up for the newsletter, fill out the form appearing under the press contact tab or apply for a job or work placement position.
7.2 Nature of personal data collected
Personal data that Atlantic Media may collect in relation to newsletter subscription are: a user’s email address and, where applicable, their first name, surname and company name.
The personal data that Atlantic Media may collect when filling out the form in the press contact tab are the user’s first name and surname, company name, telephone number and email address.
The personal data that Atlantic Media may collect when applying for a job or work placement position are the user’s first name and surname, email address, telephone number and any elements appearing on the CV and cover letter sent by the user
The user voluntarily providing their personal data undertakes to communicate truthful, accurate information that does not harm the rights and interests of third parties.
7.3 Cookies What are cookies?
Internet cookies are small files placed on the internet user's computer when browsing on the Website.
What types of cookies are used?
Advertising cookies record web users’ browsing information to understand where their interests lie and how they use the Website. Once this information has been collected, cookies help to customise a web user’s advertising on the Website, which has the same advertising management.The Website uses analytical cookies for statistics and searches. The Google Analytics service provided by Google Inc. is used to help improve the user experience on the Website, to understand how internet users navigate the Site and to provide accurate data.When accessing the Website securely, a session cookie is only used when the account is connected, and it allows you to remain connected throughout your visit. It expires when the website is closed.
Social media sharing links on the Website may install social cookies; however, they are not controlled by the Website but by the publishers of the social media sites. The website in question should therefore be consulted for more information.
8. Personal data management
8.1 Destination of personal data
The personal data collected are only intended for Atlantic Media, its subsidiaries and any partners.
8.2 Retention of personal data
The personal data collected will be retained for twelve months. At the end of this period, any personal data collected will be deleted and no backup of said data will be retained.
8.3 Transmission of personal data to a third party
Atlantic Media only transmits personal data to a third party when :
- The user has agreed to share this data;
- Sharing data with its service providers, in particular its technical service providers, is necessary in order to provide the user with the requested service;
- A competent court or administrative authority requires the communication of this data in accordance with legislation.
Atlantic Media will not transfer personal data it has collected on its Website to States located outside the European Union.
Atlantic Media does its utmost to ensure the security and privacy of personal data collected during its transmission to third parties.
8.4 Security of personal data
For Atlantic Media, data security is essential.
Access to the information system
The system is accessed using a unique personal username and password for the office environment (network sharing, messaging). To guarantee information remains secure, access to business databases and network sharing is also subject to access rights, depending on the user. External access is made possible thanks to redundant firewalls that filter incoming access, and software made available to employees over the internet is protected.
All workstations are protected by an antivirus that is updated several times a day and managed via an administration console. In addition to its basic function (antivirus), the antivirus software also prevents software deemed dangerous by the IT department from being run, makes certain websites inaccessible if they have been deemed dangerous or offensive by internal antivirus categories (e.g., sex, terrorism, alcohol, drugs, etc.) and manages antivirus deactivation password locking, even outside of the workplace.
8.5 Rights of data subjects regarding their personal information
Users have several rights according to the legislation in force on the protection of personal data:
- The right to be kept informed when personal data are collected;
- A right of access, rectification, portability and erasure of data;
- The right to limit and oppose, for legitimate reasons, the processing of data;
- The right to be notified of a personal data breach;
- The right to define guidelines relating to the retention, erasure and communication of personal data after death
These rights may be exercised on request by email, telephone or post using the contact details below:
7 allée Titouan Lamazou
Telephone: +188.8.131.52.11.12 /Email: email@example.com
For Atlantic Media to respond to this request, the user must send their email address which is required for identification.
9. Intellectual property
The Website is an intellectual work, of which Atlantic Media is the author, and thus benefits from protection in accordance with Articles L. 111-1 to L.113-10 of the French Intellectual Property Code.
The Website was created by Zéphyr&Ko (https://www.zephyrandko.fr/).
All components of the www.ampvisualtv.tv website are protected by copyright (including still images, animated images, photographs, databases, illustrations, downloadable documents, etc). In this respect, any reproduction, representation, adaptation or partial or complete modification of any component of the website, by any means whatsoever, is prohibited, except with the prior written consent of Atlantic Media. Failure to comply with this may constitute copyright infringement, punishable by three years' imprisonment and a fine of €300,000 (Articles L. 335-2 et seq. of the French Intellectual Property Code).
9.2 Trademark rights
Wordmarks and semi-figurative trademarks have been registered by Atlantic Media or its subsidiaries, which own them. Without prior written consent, it is strictly prohibited to fully or partially reproduce, republish or redistribute the Atlantic Media name or its logo, alone or associated with any title whatsoever. Failure to comply with this may constitute copyright infringement, punishable by three years' imprisonment and a fine of €300,000 (Articles L. 716-10 et seq. of the French Intellectual Property Code).
Any website is authorised to link to information on the Atlantic Media website without prior agreement. However, the pages and documents from www.ampvisualtv.tv must not be embedded within the pages of another website.
Authorisation to set up a link is valid for all media, with the exception of those disseminating information of a polemic, pornographic or xenophobic nature or that may, to a greater extent, offend the sensibilities of a large number of people.
Atlantic Media may not, under any circumstances, be held liable for information disseminated on websites that are hyperlinked from www.ampvisualtv.tv.
11. Quality and use of information
Atlantic Media strives to provide reliable, verified information that is regularly updated. Despite the many efforts made to achieve this goal, errors or omissions may still occur. It is therefore the sole responsibility of the web user to be careful when using information available on www.ampvisualtv.tv. Consequently, Atlantic Media recommends checking information collected on its website prior to making any decision on its use.
12. Guarantees and responsibilities
Information published on the Atlantic Media website is provided without any warranty of any kind, other than that provided for by the law, and in particular without any guarantee that the content meets the needs of the user or the use that they may make of it.Users are solely responsible for any use they make of the information broadcast on www.ampvisualtv.tv. As a user of the Website, you declare that you possess the knowledge and technical skills required to use the Website. Users must check that their computer system is in good working order and that it does not contain any malicious software.
The use of the Website constitutes the user’s acceptance of these “Terms and Conditions”, and the user undertakes to comply with said “Terms and Conditions”.
Atlantic Media shall not be liable for any direct or indirect damages resulting from the use of its website or other websites linked to it, and in particular any financial losses, data losses or commercial damages that may result therefrom.
13. Applicable law
The language of these Terms and Conditions is English.
These Terms and Conditions are subject to French law.
In the event of a dispute, the French courts shall have sole jurisdiction.