These Terms and Conditions apply to the mobile application Stim’Art and its website, www.stimart.com, hereinafter referred to as “Program”.
The user acknowledges having read these Terms and Conditions Use and undertakes to respect them.
1.General information on Program use
The user of the Program acknowledges having verified that the computer configuration he uses contains no viruses and is in perfect condition.
DYNSEO therefore cannot be held responsible for any damages, whether direct or consequential, arising from the access, use or download content through the Program, including any damage or virus that could infect the computer of the user or any other material.
The user acknowledges having been informed that the Program is accessible 24h / 24h and 7 days / 7 days, except for force majeure cases, computer difficulties or technical, as well as difficulties related to the structure of the network telecommunications.
For maintenance reasons, DYNSEO may also interrupt his Program. In this case, DYNSEO will endeavor to forewarn users.
DYNSEO cannot be held responsible for any damage, howsoever kind resulting from the unavailability of the Program.
2. Responsibility concerning the Program content
The information collected on the web platform of the Program are presented as indicative and do not absolve the user from getting further and personalized information from caregivers and qualified personnel.
DYNSEO reserves the right to modify the content of the information at any time.
3. Intellectual property
The general structure of the Program and its content is the exclusive property of DYNSEO, and are subject to legal protection under intellectual property (Copyright, database, software, trademarks, etc.).Any reproduction or total representation or partial representation of this Program by a natural or legal person, by any means whatsoever without express authorization of DYNSEO is prohibited and constitutes an act of infringement sanctioned especially by Articles L. 335-2 and following of the Code of intellectual property. Any reuse or total extraction or partial extraction of the Program’s databases by a natural or legal person, by any means whatsoever is prohibited and constitutes an act punishable under Articles L. 343-1 and following of the Code Intellectual Property. Any total or partial reproduction of DYNSEO’s trademarks and logos made without DYNSEO’s express permission is prohibited pursuant to Articles L. 713-2 and following of the Code of intellectual property. Therefore, DYNSEO reserves the right to pursue any act of infringement their intellectual property rights.
4. Informatics and Freedoms
In accordance with the law Informatics and Freedoms Act 78-17 of 6 January 1978 modified, the personal data processing carried out from the Program have been declared to the French Commission Nationale Informatique et Libertés (CNIL).
Under the law Informatics and Freedoms Act 78-17 of 6 January 1978, you have a right to access, modification, correction, opposition and deletion of collected data on this website that concerns yourself.
You can exercise your rights directly from the email address: Contact@dynseo.com or by post to the following address: DYNSEO, 17 rue des belles feuilles, 75116 Paris.
5. Protection and confidentiality of personal data
DYNSEO’s Program respects the privacy and confidentiality of the user’s game statistics. As such, DYNSEO will:
– Protect personal data of each player,
– Not provide personal information to its partners or third parties not allowed. Only under the research, anonymized statistics of players will be used only in clinical research purposes.
In accordance with the law Informatics and Freedoms Act 78-17 of 6 January 1978 modified, personal data processing realized, directly or indirectly, from the site have been declared to the Commission Nationale Informatique et Libertés (CNIL), the statement to the CNIL was conducted June 11, 2013 under the number 1679021.
6. Applicable law and jurisdiction
These Terms and Conditions and the content of the Site are governed by the French law. The parties agree that any disputes that may occur after or because of these, if they cannot be settled amicably, shall be submitted to competent French courts.