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EOVE SA
Head quarter : 4 boulevard Lucien Favre – 64000 Pau – France
E-mail : contact@eove.fr
Phone : ​+33(0) 5 59 21 86 84

Terms of service

Article 1. Website features

The features of the Website are as follows:
• Access to information on EOVE and the equipment or hardware it manufactures or distributes;
• Contact with EOVE using the contact form.

EOVE reserves the right to temporarily or permanently modify or discontinue the said features at any time, in particular during maintenance work on the Website.

Article 2. Subject

The purpose of these Terms of Use (hereinafter “TOU”) is to set out the features of the Website and the conditions in accordance with which the visitor is authorized to use the Website.
These TOU are available on the Website at any time.

Article 3. Acceptance

By agreeing to access the Website, the visitor represents and warrants that they:
• Have read these TOU and agree to comply herewith;
• Have been informed of the rights they hold over the Data pertaining to them.

Article 4. Duration

The TOU shall apply and enter into force when the visitor accesses the Website, until they leave the Website.

Article 5. Technical prerequisites and Access systems

The visitor shall be personally responsible for the implementation of IT and telecommunications systems for access to the Website and the acquisition of the knowledge necessary to use the Internet and the Website.
Fees for connection and equipment related to Internet access and use of the Website shall be the sole responsibility of the visitor.
Use of the Website implies knowledge and acceptance of the features and limits of the technology used on the Internet and related technology, in particular with regard to technical performance, response times for consultation, queries or transfer of information, risk of interruption, and more generally, the risk involved in any connection and transmission, the lack of protection of certain data against possible diversions and the risk of infection by any viruses on the network.

Article 6. Visitor conduct

By accessing the website, the visitor undertakes and warrants to comply fully with the TOU.
In addition, visitors undertake not to:
• Interfere with or disrupt the operations of the Website or the servers or networks connected to the Website, or disobey any requirements, procedures, rules or regulations of the networks connected to the Website;
• Attempt to harm any other visitor or network, including but not limited to exposing the Website to a virus, overloading, flooding the server, overfilling messaging services and falsifying any TCP/IP information packet headers or any part of the header information included with any e-mail;
• Access or attempt to access any information or Data not intended for them, in particular by forcing systems or by any other means, or accessing a server / account to which the visitor does not have authorised access;
• Attempt to probe, scan or test the vulnerability of the Website, a network or any other system, or breach any security or authentication measures;
• Impersonate others, in particular other visitors;
• Take or encourage a third party to take illegal actions or any other action infringing the rights of EOVE, its subsidiaries, partners, visitors or any other natural or legal person;
• Transmit or transfer (by any means) information or data taken from the Website, in particular to other countries or to certain foreign nationals in violation of national or international law or regulations;
• Use any means to bypass the identification techniques used by EOVE required to connect to the Website and in particular to the payments module.
By acknowledging the global nature of the Internet, all visitors undertake to comply with all local and international regulations regarding conduct online and acceptable content, in particular all laws in force regarding the transmission of data.
Any program, document or material downloaded or obtained by the visitor by using the Website is at the risk of the visitor. The visitor is solely responsible for any loss or damage, including in particular damage to their computer system or loss of data resulting directly or indirectly therefrom.

Article 7. Intellectual property

The Website contains data and elements protected in particular by intellectual property rights such as trademarks, copyright, etc.
Therefore, unless otherwise stated, the intellectual property rights to each of the components of the Website (images, animated or otherwise, illustrations, photographs, sounds, knowledge, text, graphics, etc.), including software, databases (hereinafter the “Content”) and the Website are the exclusive property of EOVE or one of its partners who have granted usage rights to EOVE. EOVE does not grant any license or sub-license to all or part of the Content, nor any right other than to use the Website in accordance with these TOU.
Any reproduction or use of copies of the Website or its Content made for purposes other than those set out in “Website features” in any way and in any form is expressly prohibited.
It shall also be prohibited to:
• Copy, modify, create a derivative work, assemble, decompile (except as provided for by law), sell, assign, sub-license or transfer in any way any right pertaining to the Website or the Content;
• Modify all or part of the Website or Content, in particular to obtain unauthorized access to the Website by any means other than the hyperlink to the Website.

Consequently, any total and/or partial reproduction and/or representation of the Website and/or its Content without the prior written consent of EOVE is prohibited and constitutes an infringement punishable in particular pursuant to the French Intellectual Property Code.
In addition, any extraction, by permanent or temporary transfer to other media by any means, or re-use by providing public access to all or a substantial qualitative or quantitative part of all or part of the Website or its Content is prohibited, including for private purposes.
Any repeated and systematic extraction or re-use of non-substantial qualitative or quantitative parts of all or part of the Website or its Content is prohibited, including for private purposes, where these operations exceed normal use of the Website.
Similarly, any unauthorized reproduction of literary or photographic works or more generally any work likely to be protected by intellectual property rights accessible via the Website is prohibited pursuant to Article L. 122-4 of the French Intellectual Property Code, unless said reproduction is exclusively intended for strictly private use. Any violation of this prohibition shall give rise to civil and/or criminal penalties pursuant to Article L. 335-2 of the French Intellectual Property Code.
All other brands, logos, product names, any company name and any other distinguishing sign appearing on the Website are the property of EOVE, its subsidiaries or one of its providers, partners or suppliers.
Any use in any way for any purpose of all or part of one or more of these brands, logos, product names, any company name and any other distinguishing sign appearing on the Website is subject to the express authorization of the owner of the protected sign.

Article 8. Links policy

Links to third-party sites
The Website includes links providing direct access to third-party websites. EOVE assumes no liability for the content and use by the visitor or by third parties of the information available on other websites to which it has created links or which may have been created without its knowledge, whether or not these sites are partners of EOVE. EOVE exercises no editorial control over the said information.
Links provided on the Website in no way imply the concession of any license to any rights held by EOVE over trademarks, trade names, logos and other elements of the Website. Finally, EOVE declines all liability for any technical failures in relation to the said links. Access to all third-party sites via the Website is made under the sole and full responsibility of the visitor, who is invited to review the rules applicable to the use of the said third-party sites and to the disclosure of information they may provide to the said linked sites.
Links to the Website
Links may be created to the homepage of the Website, subject to compliance with the following rules. Links to the homepage of the Website shall not damage or besmirch the reputation of the brands and/or intellectual property rights of EOVE, nor give the false impression that the Website and/or organization is sponsored, supported and/or affiliated to EOVE. Insertion of the Website into a frame or alteration of the intellectual property rights or content thereof in any way is prohibited. Links to the homepage of the Website shall not be placed on a site with illegal, abusive, indecent content, which condones violence or illegal acts, or which contains racist, defamatory, improper, provocative comments or any remarks deemed inappropriate by EOVE at its sole discretion. EOVE reserves the right, at its sole discretion, to delete any link to another website, for any reason or with no rationale given, including but not limited to any website EOVE deems inappropriate, incompatible or non-compliant with this Website and/or these TOU.
EOVE is not responsible for the content or correct functioning of the Internet, including other websites that can be accessed from the Website or direct thereto. Visitors are requested to inform EOVE of any error or inappropriate content found on websites that can be accessed from the Website or direct thereto.

Article 9. Liability

EOVE shall not be held liable for any damage resulting directly or indirectly from (i) viruses, bugs or any program or application incompatible with the visitor’s infrastructure; (ii) a malfunction of the Website, in particular a failure, error, loss of data or inability to access the Website; (iii) any system used by the visitor to access the Website, in particular hardware, software and telecommunications networks.
The information available on the Website shall be accessed from a Terminal and communications network at the expense of and under the responsibility of the visitor. EOVE therefore takes no responsibility for the transfer of information or availability or access to the Website.

Article 10. Survival

The provisions of the TOU which, due to their nature or drafting, continue to apply after the termination of use of the Website for any reason, in particular the provisions of “Technical prerequisites and Access systems”, “Website features”, “Visitor conduct”, “Intellectual property”, “Liability” and “Survival”, shall remain in force after the said use.

Article 11. Invalidity – Completeness – Headings

Should one or more of the provisions of the TOU prove to be null and void or are declared as such pursuant to a law, regulation or as the result of a final ruling by a competent court, the remaining provisions hereof shall remain binding.
In the event of difficulties in interpretation between any clause headings and the clause itself, the heading shall be discarded and the content of the clause in question shall prevail.

Article 12. Updating of the TOU

EOVE reserves the right to modify, complete or update these TOU, including the documents referenced herein, without notice.
Updates to the TOU shall be announced by the posting of an information message on the homepage of the Website, inviting the visitor to view the update.

Article 13. Governing law – Competent jurisdiction

The TOU shall be governed by French law. The said law shall apply in both form and substance.
IN THE EVENT OF A DISPUTE REGARDING THE VALIDITY, EXECUTION OR INTERPRETATION OF THE TOU, EXPRESS JURISDICTION IS GRANTED TO THE COURTS OF PARIS NOTWITHSTANDING MULTIPLE DEFENDANTS OR A THIRD-PARTY CLAIM, EVEN FOR EMERGENCY OR PROTECTIVE MEASURES IN A SUMMARY PROCEDURE OR PETITION.
Privacy policy and personal data protection
The various Privacy Policies on this Website set out the manner in which personal data is collected and used by EOVE or its subsidiaries as part of:
• This Website,
• The implementation of the transparency obligations of EOVE pursuant to the Law of 29 December 2011 concerning the promotion of medicinal and healthcare product safety.

Website Privacy Policy

Personal data

The personal Data of visitors to the Website will be collected, processed, stored and used by EOVE, and processed by its service providers.
“Data” is defined as (i) all personal information or data collected by EOVE from the visitor; and (ii) all personal information or data automatically collected while a visitor is using the Website, in particular using cookies.
Visitors shall provide certain data (i.e. surname, given name, e-mail address, telephone, etc.) to EOVE to process any request sent using the contact form on the Website, or at other times when data is collected automatically. The optional or mandatory nature of the data requested will be indicated when the Data is collected.
Visitors accept that EOVE may use their Data for the following purposes:
• All operations related to marketing;
• For services or support requested by the visitor;
• To contact the visitor from time to time if they encounter difficulties when browsing the Website;
• To customise, measure and improve the services and content that can be accessed on the Website.

EOVE may disclose these Data to fulfil legal requirements, implement the Website TOU and respond to any third-party claims. In all cases, the said information shall be disclosed pursuant to the applicable laws and regulations.

EOVE may also share the said information with:
• Third-party service providers performing services on behalf of EOVE (e.g. conducting satisfaction surveys and all marketing operations);
• Subsidiaries of EOVE;
• Third-party companies in the event of merger operations.

EOVE shall only use the Data for the purposes set out above. The said information shall not be sold to a third party for commercial or marketing purposes.
From time to time, EOVE may request information from visitors in order to evaluate potential features and services. The decision whether to respond to survey is entirely the prerogative of each visitor. EOVE will use the information collected from the said surveys to improve its services.
EOVE takes the appropriate technical and organizational measures to prevent the unauthorized or illegal processing of visitor Data and the accidental loss, deletion or deterioration of the said Data.
Despite the measures taken by EOVE and those taken by service providers that could be used thereby, the Company cannot ensure the confidentiality of the Data.
Use of the Website shall not entail transfer of Data to countries without an adequate level of protection in accordance with the applicable regulations.
Pursuant to Law No. 78-17 of 6 January 1978 as amended, all visitors shall have the right to access and modify their Data. Each person also has the right to object to the processing of their Data for legitimate reasons, on presentation of proof of identity. The said rights may be exercised by e-mail to the following address: contact@eove.fr
Pursuant to Article 40-1 of the aforementioned Law No. 78-17, you may also notify EOVE of your specific requirements regarding the storage, deletion and communication of your personal data after your death. You may modify or revoke these requirements at any time and/or appoint a person to fulfil the said requirements.
Visitors may request EOVE no longer send them communications or newsletters, by the following means:
1. By contacting EOVE using the contact form;

2. By following the instructions included in all communications and newsletters.

EOVE shall store visitors’ personal data for 18 months. At the end of the said period, the Data will be archived by EOVE.
The terms of the processing of personal data under the transparency scheme applicable to the professionals concerned are specified on the Transparency page of the Website.
means:
1. By contacting EOVE using the contact form;

2. By following the instructions included in all communications and newsletters.

Phishing or fake e-mails to the visitor

Should visitors receive an unsolicited e-mail pretending to be from EOVE requesting personal information (such as bank details or credit card numbers) or requesting verification or confirmation of certain personal information by clicking a link, the e-mail was probably sent by someone who is attempting to obtain information illegally. This is sometimes referred to as “phishing”. EOVE does not request this type of information by e-mail. Visitors are recommended not to provide the information requested, nor to click on the link. If you click on the link, the sender of the e-mail could access the data sent, if the data are included in the link or in your reply e-mail.

Governing law – Competent jurisdiction

The Privacy Policies shall be governed by French law. The said law shall apply in both form and substance.
IN THE EVENT OF A DISPUTE REGARDING THE VALIDITY, EXECUTION OR INTERPRETATION OF THE TOU, EXPRESS JURISDICTION IS GRANTED TO THE COURTS OF PARIS NOTWITHSTANDING MULTIPLE DEFENDANTS OR A THIRD-PARTY CLAIM, EVEN FOR EMERGENCY OR PROTECTIVE MEASURES IN A SUMMARY PROCEDURE OR PETITION.