Thank you for visiting the website www.solystic.com which belongs to the company SOLYSTIC SAS, a simplified joint stock company with a capital of € 26,101,980, registered under number 393 502 463 in the commercial register of Créteil. The company head office is situated at 14 avenue Raspail, 94250 Gentilly, France.
The term SOLYSTIC is used on this website to refer to SOLYSTIC SAS in its various forms. The brands SOLYSTIC, V-Id, COPERNIC, SOSi and MOSAIC are registered trademarks of SOLYSTIC SAS. Access to and use of this website do not grant any right whatsoever concerning these trademarks.
Use of the website is governed by these terms and conditions of use. By using and browsing the website, you agree to comply with these conditions of use, and acknowledge that you have read, understood and accepted them in full. If you do not agree to these conditions of use, please do not use the site and do not download any of the information contained therein.
The purpose of this website is to provide information about SOLYSTIC’s activities, sites, business and products.
SOLYSTIC makes every effort to ensure that the information disseminated on this website is accurate and up to date, but reserves the right to correct its content at any time, without notice. Nevertheless, SOLYSTIC is unable to warrant that the information provided on this website is correct, accurate or exhaustive.
Consequently, SOLYSTIC is unable to accept any liability for:
• disruption to the website,
• bugs appearing on it,
• any errors or omissions relating to the information available on the website,
• damage resulting from hacking by a third party which results in changes being made to the information available on the website;
• and more generally any direct or indirect loss or damage, regardless of its cause, origin, nature or consequences, including costs arising from the purchase of goods offered for sale on the website, loss of profit, clients, data or any other loss of intangible assets that may occur as a result of anyone accessing the site, or if it is impossible to gain access to it, or of credence placed in any information originating either directly or indirectly therefrom.
Below you will find our policy concerning liability and data protection. We strongly advise you to read it. By visiting this website, you accept the methods we describe and the terms and conditions set out below.
Every effort is made to keep the website accessible, but we are not bound by any obligation to keep it so. Please note that for maintenance and updating purposes, and for any other reasons, such as technical reasons, access to the site may be disrupted. We cannot be held liable under any circumstances for these disruptions and any consequences for the user arising therefrom.
Each visitor to the SOLYSTIC website who supplies information to SOLYSTIC, grants the company all transferable rights regarding this information and authorises it to use this information in a lawful and non-defamatory way and in accordance with public policy.
The information provided by visitors to the site is not considered confidential and must be precise, lawful and not detrimental to the interests of others.
In keeping with the provisions of France’s data protection law, the Information Technology and Civil Liberties Act of 6 January 1978, each visitor to the SOLYSTIC website has the right to access, modify, rectify and delete the information concerning himself, by writing to the following address. This right can be exercised by contacting:
14 avenue Raspail – 94257 Gentilly Cedex - France
Tel: +33 1 49 69 41 44
In accordance with the data protection Act No. 78-17 of 6 January 1978, amended in 2004, on Information Technology and Civil Liberties, this website’s handling of personal data has been registered by the Commission Nationale de l’Informatique et des Libertés (CNIL) – the French Data Protection Authority.
Furthermore, SOLYSTIC disclaims all responsibility for the content and use of websites for which links are proposed on this site. Users have sole responsibility when logging on to these websites. SOLYSTIC does not allow a link to be created to its website without its prior written agreement. The hypertext links placed on the site may direct the user to websites belonging to different partners. Please note that we have not checked all of the sites that may be linked to the SOLYSTIC website, nor the content and information appearing therein, and are therefore unable to accept any liability for the content of these websites and for the use made of them by the user. The use made of these websites by the user is the latter’s sole responsibility.
Use of information provided on the SOLYSTIC website is the sole responsibility of users and is done so at their own risk.
The legal information provided here is not intended to be exhaustive. Consequently, each visitor to the SOLYSTIC website must comply with the legal provisions applicable in each circumstance.
The general structure and, without being exhaustive, the texts, designations, brands, slogans, logos, photographs, animated or unanimated images, videos, graphics, icons, drawings and sound featured on this website are, except where stated otherwise, the exclusive property of SOLYSTIC or are published with the authorisation of their owner, and are reserved by copyright laws and intellectual property rights throughout the world. They may be reproduced for personal use. However, it is forbidden to modify, rent, transmit, publish or borrow any material without prior agreement. The documents on this website cannot be sold or commercialised for profit.
The brandnames appearing on this website are trademarks registered by SOLYSTIC and are in no way an exhaustive collection of all the brandnames used by these companies. The user’s attention is drawn to the fact that any references to products, services and trademarks belonging to us are not exhaustive in terms of our rights.
Access to the website does not confer any rights other than that of inspecting its content.
Publication of this website on line does not constitute a licence to use the brandnames listed above, such use being subject to written, prior and express consent from the owner of the trademarks.
All items present on this website (text, photos, illustrations, logos, icons, files available for downloading, video or sound clips, etc.) are the sole property of SOLYSTIC and are protected by patents, where applicable.
These items are protected by French law and by international laws dealing with compliance with copyright, registered drawings and designs, and patents.
Reproduction and/or representation of these items is authorised solely for information purposes for strictly personal and private use. The presentation of any pages from this site on a web page not belonging to SOLYSTIC is strictly prohibited.
Any use of the items contained on this website for other purposes, inter alia for public, commercial or humorous purposes, will result in legal proceedings, whether in France or abroad.
Any reproduction or representation, even partial, by whatever means, without the written, prior and express consent of SOLYSTIC is prohibited and unlawful. Any breach of this ban shall constitute infringement of copyright, for which the perpetrator may be held liable under civil and criminal law.
Every page of the SOLYSTIC website is protected by copyright ©. All rights reserved, including reproduction, representation, adaptation and distribution.
All reproductions (e.g. “framing” technique), representations, publications, insertion (e.g. “in line linking” technique) by whatever means, use and/or total or partial modification, for public or commercial use, of all or part of elements or pages of this website by a third party will be liable to constitute infringement of intellectual property rights and are not permitted without prior written and express authorisation from SOLYSTIC.
Consequently, SOLYSTIC and any company that contributed to the design and installation of this website cannot be held responsible:
• for damages caused by modification of the information provided on this website by a third party’s fraudulent intrusion;
• and, more generally, for damage to or a virus infecting your computer or any IT equipment following use of, access to or downloading from the website.
This website went online on 15 September 2011. All facts and circumstances were correct at the time the website was published online.
What is a "cookie"?
Cookies are files of informative text that your Internet browser places on your computer when you visit a website. Most browsers automatically accept cookies but can be configured to refuse them or to notify when a cookie is sent.
Generally speaking, what is the purpose of cookies?
Cookies have 3 functions:
Maintaining the state of an application: this means that each time you return to a website, you start where you last left off
Tracking your route through the website: the cookie saves the route you have taken through the website or the pages you have visited the most. This enables us to improve the website according to what our visitors are most interested in.
Recognising personal data you have already submitted on the website.
Should I delete cookies and if so, how?
You are free to choose. If you think that cookies are an intrusion into your private life, delete them. However, we do not recommend you do so. It will make it more difficult to access useful and personalised information during future visits.
To delete cookies, use the following procedure: go in to your cookie file, usually called “cookies” on your hard drive (c:windowscookies for example), select them and delete as you would any other file.
This website was designed and developed, and is hosted by 2exVia, a société à responsabilité limitée [French limited liability company] with share capital of €100,000, the registered office of which is located at 28 rue du Général de Gaulle, 67205 Oberhausbergen, registered in the Strasbourg Commercial Register under number 96B1063, SIRET code 409 255 585 000 39, NAF code 744B, www.2exvia.com.
Photographic and iconographic credits: Photofrance, bb&b, Le Square, Getty Images.
These terms and conditions of use are governed by French law. Any disputes that cannot be settled by means of a compromise shall be referred to the Paris courts with material competence. If any of the stipulations of these terms and conditions of use are declared null and void, such a stipulation shall be interpreted in such a way as to reflect the parties’ intentions as far as possible and the remaining stipulations shall be deemed to be automatically applicable. If SOLYSTIC does not apply or claim application of any of the stipulations of these terms and conditions of use or of any rights, the company shall not under any circumstances be deemed to have granted a waiver in respect of such a stipulation or right.
Text drafted on 10 September 2011