TERMS OF USE

TERMS OF USE

 

These conditions are concluded between any Internet user of the website ( hereinafter the "User" ) and the " INESIS.COM " site operated by DECATHLON, Société anonyme with share capital of € 10,250,000 , registered with the RCS Lille Metropole under number 306 138 900 and whose registered office is located 4 Boulevard de Mons , hereinafter referred to as " the Site " or " INESIS.COM ."
 
Site INESIS.COM belongs to the " NETWORK DECATHLON ." It means the company DECATHLON SA and all companies owned by it , directly or indirectly, at least 10% of the capital or voting rights ( hereinafter referred to as "Subsidiaries DECATHLON " or " Company NETWORK DECATHLON ").

The " INESIS.COM " means the website accessible internet website mainly from URL https://www.inesis.com and allowing users to benefit from the features described in section 2 .
 
INESIS.COM restricts the use of the Site to users who quality and especially using a normal frequency . The use or access hijacked Site is strictly prohibited to any person or entity using the site for business purposes or as part of a professional activity accessory.

For purposes hereof, the term " use " includes all transactions by the Internet access from the Site , including its on , whatever the access device (eg , computer, tablet and Smartphone) , connection type ( private connection , connect a third party or public Wi-Fi) and place of connection (from France or abroad).

Using the Website implies the unconditional acceptance of these terms by the user. These conditions may be modified. Therefore, it is understood that the conditions applicable are those in force on the Site at the time of use.

The site allows the user :
- To discover the products and services offered by companies NETWORK DECATHLON ;
- To discover the world of work ;
- To benefit from the advice of INESIS team via blog posts INESIS ;
- To publish via the blog INESIS , opinions on items sold DECATHLON NETWORK ;

The list of features is provided for information purposes only . The Site reserves the right to add or remove , temporarily or permanently, without the consent of the user.

3.1 The Site is intended for adults who quality as well as particular minors holding parental permission . In any event, INESIS.COM encourages anyone with responsibility for a minor to control use of the Site by the latter.

3.2 Access to certain services offered by the Site may be subject to disclosure by the User information can be identified. Under the provisions of the Law on Confidence in the Digital Economy (LCEN ) of 6 August 2004 as amended , INESIS.COM has a legal obligation to collect and conserve these credentials. The User undertakes to provide accurate and complete information on his identity and forbidden to impersonate any third party. Otherwise , the Site reserves the right not to publish comments submitted by the User.
 
4.1 In order to facilitate interaction between users , their INESIS.COM offers various services and modules for the filing of certain content on the Site. For purposes hereof, is defined as "Content " means any element deposited by the User on the Site, such as text, comment , or picture, photo , video, or any type of file regardless of the content or form.
 
4.2 The User is responsible for anything that may happen in his name and for his computer terminal . The User undertakes to notify the Site immediately , in the event that it has reason to believe that his nickname or address is , or may be known by an unauthorized person to use . The Site disclaims any responsibility for use of personal data of a user by unauthorized third parties.

4.3 The Website may only be used for personal and noncommercial use. The User may not in any case provide commercial information or carry out any business on the Site, in any manner whatsoever and for any purpose whatsoever.
 
The User agrees not to :
- Committing any illegal act ;
- Remove or collect personal data of users of the Site by any means ;
- Retrieve , save or exploit for any purpose other than the one displayed in the navigation on this site , third-party content subject to intellectual property rights relating to privacy , personal data and rights to image;
- Store , distribute or publish any unlawful, harmful , abusive , racist, hateful , revisionist , immoral , infringing on privacy or infringing proprietary rights of third parties, including image rights persons and property, the intellectual property right or right to respect for privacy.
- Store , distribute or publish any information to reveal , directly or indirectly, political opinion , philosophical or religious , trade union membership , health or his sexual orientation ;
- Add content for the account of a third party;
- Impersonate a third and / or publish any personal information to a third party ;
- Store , distribute or publish any material that may infringe, directly or indirectly, the interests of DECATHLON Network .

In general , the User agrees to refrain from any conduct contrary to sporting ethics and values ​​and interests DECATHLON Network .

6.1 Content Posted on the Site
Content on the Website is subject to property rights protected under the intellectual property, including copyright , designs , trademarks, domain names, patents, know- how, software or database rights. NETWORK DECATHLON and its partners retain ownership of all these contents and associated rights.
 
These contents , the NETWORK DECATHLON grants users a limited, non - exclusive, revocable , without the right to sublicense for simple access , navigation and use linked to the Site . This license does not grant Users any other right , particularly any right of commercial exploitation of such Content.

6.2 Content posted by Users

All contents ( including text, comments , files, images , photos , video , works , etc ... ), possibly subject to property rights, intellectual property rights, right of publicity or other proprietary right remain the property of the User , subject to the limited rights granted by the license set forth below in NETWORK DECATHLON or application , in each case , other special conditions previously accepted for specific services potentially available sites nETWORK DECATHLON . Users are free to publish or not publish such Content on the Website and agree that the contents become public and freely accessible on the Internet in particular . They acknowledge , agree and guarantee to have all necessary rights and authorizations for such publication on the Site, including under the legislation in force and the rights to respect for private life, property , property intellectual , like , contracts or any other kind. By such a publication on the Site, users are aware of their liability as a publisher of content within the meaning of the law, and agree on said Content, for the duration of publication, DECATHLON , not a license exclusive , free , worldwide, including the rights of reproduction, representation , loading, displaying, running, transmission , storage, and sublicense , including its subsidiaries , technical and other Users partners site.
Users also allow their name to be associated with the content and accept that this association is not always done.
Their publication , Users authorize a content can become automatically available on the internet, including on other websites and / or blogs and / or web pages NETWORK DECATHLON including pages including social networks DECATHLON or users of DECATHLON sites that may share certain content. Users can ask DECATHLON to stop their publication in accordance with procedures laid down in Article 9 of these conditions.

7.1 Responsibility INESIS

7.1.1 Consultation and use of the Site is the responsibility of the user. The Site may host links to third party sites. By clicking on these links, the User acknowledges that INESIS.COM can not guarantee the content thereof and therefore agrees to access at their own risk . Accordingly, INESIS.COM can not be held liable for damages resulting from the access and / or use of the Site and the information it contains . The user is also informed that INESIS.COM may have to temporarily suspend access to the Site for technical reasons, including the reasons for its maintenance. The User accepts these interruptions and waives any claim in this regard.
 
Use of the Site by the User implies knowledge and acceptance of the characteristics and limitations inherent in the Internet, including technologies regarding response time to consult or ask the server hosting the site , technical performance, risks of interruption and , more generally, any risk involved in the data transmission.

Therefore, INESIS.COM and , more generally, the NETWORK DECATHLON can not under any circumstances be liable , without this list being exhaustive :

- From information available on the Site that is not posted by INESIS.COM
- Any malfunction of the network preventing the proper functioning of the Site
- From loss of any data
- From malfunction of any software
- The consequences of any computer virus, bug (bug ) , abnormality or failure
- Any damage to the computer of the user .
 
7.1.2 INESIS.COM activity is limited to link Users and host content posted by them. As the host, within the meaning of Article 6.I.2 of the Act on Confidence in the Digital Economy of 21 June 2004 amended INESIS.COM can not be held liable because of activities or content stored on the Site. Responsibility INESIS.COM is limited to that provided by Articles 6.I.2 . and following of the Act. The Site may therefore remove any illegal or clearly illegal content without prior warning, notice , in accordance with Article 6.I.3 that Act.
 
Accordingly, INESIS.COM is not required to exercise a priori control over the quality, safety, truth or accuracy of the Content posted by Users.
 
7.2 Responsibility of the User

7.2.1 By using the Site , the User agrees to indemnify and hold harmless NETWORK DECATHLON and guarantee for any damages, costs and expenses, direct and indirect , resulting from:
-Any third party claims relating to any content posted on its behalf , including for violation of rights in the content published by the User on the Site or press offenses related items sent or posted on the Site;
- Any activity involving the participation on the site contrary to these terms and conditions , including a fraudulent purpose ;
- The violation of these Terms of Use Site.
 
7.2.2 INESIS.COM wants to educate its users about the publication of the Content, such as shots or pictures of other users .
INESIS.COM attracts the attention of its users on the need to publish or share photographs , images or videos friendly and comply with the ethical values ​​of sport and NETWORK DECATHLON . All non-compliant content will be systematically removed from the site .
 

8.1 In accordance with the Data Protection Act of 6/01/1978 changed, the data collected on this Site are subject to a data processing company DECATHLON SA. The User has a right of access , rectification and opposition to the processing of personal data by submitting a request to INESIS.COM via the following link : ( thank you attach to your application a copy of your piece identity )

8.2 The information collected is used exclusively for the Company and other DECATHLON SA Society NETWORK DECATHLON . Users may consult the policy of protection of personal data INESIS.COM via the following link :

 

9.1 INESIS.COM may remove any content and / or information published on the Site and / or prohibit the use and / or access to the Site , from knowledge of the breach by the User of these terms and conditions or for technical reasons. This modification or deletion may take place without notice, without prior notice or warning, at any time at the sole discretion of INESIS.COM .

9.2 The User also has the option to remove Content posted on the Site. To do this, he must submit an application for withdrawal of Contents by e -mail at the following address : . This application must be accompanied by information identifying said content ( Name, address , email address used when submitting content , year of filing, as the content) .

Any application based and legitimate will be processed promptly by INESIS.COM without the latter can not guarantee an immediate removal of access to content . The User acknowledges that INESIS.COM not commit any responsibility in this regard, particularly because of the time required to process the application , technical constraints or physically impossible to answer especially in the case where the content would taken over by others.

If one or more provisions of terms and conditions is declared invalid or void by application of a law , regulation or following a judicial or administrative decision , the other stipulations shall retain their full force and scope . INESIS.COM will make its best efforts to proceed as soon as possible its replacement by a valid provision and a closest to the spirit of the present scope .
The fact that one party did not require the application of any provision of these conditions, permanent or temporary, can in no way be considered as a waiver of such provision .

These terms and conditions are governed by French law.

 

 

PERSONAL DATA AND COOKIES

 

I – Data collection by https://www.inesis.com

What are your data used for? 

Your data are computer-processed to allow us to manage your User account. Your data may also be utilised by the companies in the DECATHLON Network for such purposes as statistical studies, monitoring the quality of our service and, with your prior consent, sales prospecting.

Who gets your data? 

The data collected on this Site are used by DECATHLON SA, in its capacity as data controller. The data may also be communicated to other companies in the DECATHLON GROUP (Subsidiaries of DECATHLON SA).

How are your data protected?

. https://www.inesis.com  takes every precaution to keep your data secure, and in particular to prevent them from being disclosed to unauthorised third parties. For this purpose https://www.inesis.com  takes all measures necessary to secure its computer systems. In the event that your data are transferred to subcontractors (mainly for storage), https://www.inesis.com  ensures that the subcontractors maintain a level of security that meets the required standards.   

Are your data transferred outside of the European Union?

Primarily because we outsource some of our data processing, your data may be transferred outside of the European Union. In this case, https://www.inesis.com  ensures that this transfer takes place within the legal framework: transfer to a company providing an adequate level of protection, the signing of contractual clauses issued by the European Commission or, for a service provider in the United States, verification that it is a member of Safe Harbor. 

What are your rights?  

You have the right to access, correct and object to the processing of data concerning you by sending an e-mailto: contact@inesis.com (attach a photocopy of an ID document to your letter or e-mail). 

https://www.inesis.com  guarantees you that your data cannot be used for purposes of commercial solicitation without your prior consent. If you consent to commercial solicitation, https://www.inesis.com  guarantees you the right to raise objections after the fact.

II -  Recording of data by means of cookies

What is a cookie?:

A “cookie” is a small file installed on your computer that stores information about your browsing on our Internet site (language settings, connection time, pages visited, etc.). We are able to consult these cookies the next time you visit, in particular to make your browsing smoother; these cookies do not enable us to identify you.

For the sake of transparency, the following paragraphs are intended to give you a complete overview of the cookies used by https://www.inesis.com  and to offer you a solution so you can make the right choice for you. Please note that sharing the use of your computer with others may change the personalised nature of the way the cookies act.

 

What Cookies are used by https://www.inesis.com?

 

https://www.inesis.com  uses cookies to facilitate the user’s browsing. The following cookies are used:

 

• cookies to record the language spoken by the user or other preferences necessary to provide the service requested,

• flash cookies containing elements strictly necessary to a media player (audio or video), corresponding to a content requested by the user function

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https://www.inesis.com  may also use cookies for the purpose of informing us about the products, services and pages you consult. These cookies enable us to offer you personalised content and in particular to display advertising, when you visit our site, that relates to your interests. These cookies can be set as you wish, as described in the following section. If you refuse to accept cookies that enable us to identify the products, services and pages you consult, your browsing content will not be personalised, and the advertising that appears may be of no interest to you.

Does https://www.inesis.com  allow third parties to use cookies when I am browsing?

https://www.inesis.com  uses Google AnalyticsTM, a web site analysis service provided by Google Inc. Google Analytics uses cookies, which are text files placed on your computer to help the web site analyse how its users utilise the site and to create statistics. The data generated by the cookies concerning your use of the site (including your IP address) are sent and stored by Google on servers located in the United States. Google will use this information in order to evaluate your use of the site, to compile reports on the site’s activity intended for its publisher, and to provide other services relating to the site’s activity and to use of the Internet. Google may communicate these data to third parties if legally obligated to do so, or when these third parties process these data on behalf of Google, including the publisher of this site. Google will not match your IP address to any other data held by Google. You can deactivate the use of cookies by selecting the appropriate settings on your browser (see below). However, doing so may prevent the use of certain of this site’s functions. By using this Internet site, you expressly consent to the processing of your personal data by Google under the conditions and for the purposes described above. To consult Google’s Confidentiality Rules, click here.

Google accepts the Safe Harbor Privacy Principles on data protection prepared by the U.S. Department of Commerce. These principles, negotiated between the American authorities and the European Commission in 2001, are essentially based on Directive 95/46 of 24 October 1995 and ensure adequate protection for data transfers from the European Union to companies in the United States.

 

How can you exercise choices concerning cookies?

- Browser settings and consequences of your choices:

There are several ways for you to manage cookies. You may at any time express and change your wishes with regard to cookies by going to the Help section on your browser’s toolbar. It will tell you how to reject cookies, or to get a message telling you they have been received, or how to deactivate cookies, either systematically or depending on the party issuing them.  You can also delete cookies manually.

 

You may also choose to deactivate or delete similar cookies used by your browser’s accessory software, such as Flash cookies, by changing the parameters of the software in question, or by visiting the Web site of the software’s publisher.

 

Please note that setting your browser in this way may deny you access to certain content or significantly interfere with your browsing and the services you expect from our site. We decline any liability for any consequences associated with our site’s degraded performance resulting from the inability to utilise the cookies necessary for it to function properly.

 

- Your choice depending on your browser:

Each browser features a configuration process so you can manage cookies. It is described in your browser’s Help menu, which will tell you how you can express your wishes with regard to cookies:

 

For Internet Explorer™: Open the Tools menu, then select Internet Options; click on the Confidentiality tab, then on the Advanced tab, and choose the desired level, or follow this link: http://windows.microsoft.com/fr-FR/windows-vista/Block-or-allow-cookies

                                           

For Firefox™: open the Tools menu, then select Options; click on the Privacy tab, then choose the desired options, or follow this link:

 http://support.mozilla.org/fr/kb/Activer%20e  t%20d%C3%A9sactiver%20les%20cookies

 

For Chrome™: open the Settings menu (spanner logo), then select Options; click on Advanced Options, then in the Privacy section click on Content Settings and choose the desired options, or follow this link: http://support.google.com/chrome/bin/answer.py?hl=fr&hlrm=en&answer=95647

 

For Safari™: choose Safari > Preferences then click on Security; in the Accept Cookies section choose the desired options or follow this link:

 http://docs.info.apple.com/article.html?path=Safari/3.0/fr/9277.html

 

For Opera™: open the Tools or Settings menu, then select “Delete Private Data; click on the Detailed Options tab, then choose the desired options or follow this link:   http://help.opera.com/Windows/10.20/fr/cookies.html

 

-Your choice on mobile:

 

To specify whether Safari™ accepts cookies

1.         On the main screen, choose Settings > Safari.

2.         Touch Accept Cookies and choose Never, From Visited Sites or Always.

To delete all cookies in Safari

1.         On the main screen, choose Settings > Safari.

2.         Touch Erase Cookies.

To delete cookies on Android

1.         Menu > Settings > Erase all cookies

 

III – Data collection by third-party sites

 

https://www.inesis.com  may utilise plug-ins from the Facebook social network, operated by Facebook Inc., 1601 S. California Ave, Palo Alto, CA 94304, USA. When you request access to a page on our site containing such a plug-in, your browser establishes a direct connection with Facebook’s servers. The content of the plug-ins is transmitted directly to your browser by Facebook and is inserted on the site page. Facebook is informed that your browser has accessed the corresponding page on our site, even if you do not have a Facebook user account or if you are currently disconnected from your Facebook account. Your IP address is sent directly by your browser to a Facebook server located in the United States and is recorded there.

If you are connected to Facebook while you browse our site, Facebook may directly connect your visit to your Facebook user account. If you interact using plug-ins, for example by clicking the “Like” button or leaving a comment, the corresponding information will be sent to and recorded on a Facebook server. They will be published on your Facebook account. Facebook may use this information for advertising purposes and market studies, and adapt its Facebook pages. Facebook may create profiles of users, their interests and relationships in order, for example in order to evaluate use of the site’s after seeing Facebook advertising, to inform other Facebook users about our web site’s activities and to offer other services in connection with the use of Facebook.

If you do not want Facebook to connect the information collected through our site to your Facebook user account, you must log lout of Facebook before visiting our site.

For more information regarding the purpose and scope of Facebook’s data collecting, processing and use, and your rights in that regard and possible settings to protect your privacy, we suggest that you refer to Facebook’s policy on data protection, which can be accessed using this link.

 

 

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