Legal Notice

 

This website is the property of Fitzlawter association Formed under Association law of 1901 with the objective to create an interprofessional network of experts in new technology
Registered office: 78 avenue Raymond Poincaré 75116 Paris France
Tel: 01 44 70 07 04
Fax: 01 40 06 99 64
e-mail: contact@fitzlawter.com
The director of the website publication is Nathalie Dreyfus, an active member of the Fitzlawter association.
The service provider hosting this website is Synalabs, a French company incorporated under French law, registered with the Paris Trade and Companies Registry under number 502 178 429, whose head office is located at 103 Rue Réaumur 75002 Paris, France.
Telephone: 01 85 09 08 02

Responsibility
The user of the site acknowledges that she read this legal notice and undertakes to respect it.
The user acknowledges that she has the skills and equipment necessary to access the site and use it, and that she verified that her computer configuration contains no viruses and is in good working condition.
The association Fitzlawter cannot guarantee the accuracy and completeness of the information published on the site, nor uninterrupted services or data security.
The Fitzlawter association makes every effort to provide users with most current and accurate information and services, but it cannot be responsible for errors, lack of information and / or the presence of viruses on his site.
The content provided by Fitzlawter is for information only.
Our users assumes full responsibility for the ways they use the information on the site.
Protection of personal data
The processing of personal data is based on our legitimate interest to implement the activities that are included in the processing list of the Data Protection Officer of the Fitzlawter Association.
The data is kept:

  • 3 years after the last incoming contact from you unless you are a “contact” member
  • For the duration of a newsletter subscription, if applicable
  • For the association members’ contacts – for the duration of relationships with a member of the association extended by 3 years

In accordance with the Data Protection Act of 6 January 1978 and the General Data Protection Regulation, you have the right to access, check, limit, delete, and modify your personal data.
You also have a right to object to the processing of your personal data, as well as a right to object to this data being collected for commercial purposes.
You can exercise these rights by contacting the Data Protection Officer at the following address: contact@fitzlawter.com
Finally, you have the right to file a complaint at the National Commission for Freedom of Informatics, the supervisory authority responsible for compliance with the obligations regarding the protection of personal data.
Intellectual property
The Fitzlawter website as a whole, as well as each of its’ components, including special programs and content including data, text, still or moving images, logotypes, sounds, graphics, videos, design, files, are the exclusive property of the Fitzlawter Association.
It is prohibited:

  • Reproduction, including partial reproduction, of the Site, by any technical means on any medium, including paper, cardboard, optical, digital or any other computer or electronic media
  • Aadaptation of the entire Site or its’ elements on any current or future graphic software
  • Representation or dissemination of the Site by electronic, digital, computer, or telecommunications means to any population and on any telecommunications network such as the Internet
  • Personal use of the Site, or a use for the benefit of third parties, for a fee or free of charge, for any reason whatsoever;
  • Transfer of the Site to third parties, in any form whatsoever, including an assignment, a license or any other type of contract.
  • Any total or partial reproduction or usage of the site or any of its’ elements without the permission of the Fitzlawter association constitute an infringement punishable by articles L.335-2 according to the Code of intellectual property

The Site databases are protected by articles L.341-1 of the Code of intellectual property and it is prohibited to extract or reuse qualitatively or quantitatively substantial content of the databases.
The trademarks and logos appearing on the site are registered trademarks of Fitzlawter. Any reproduction, imitation or use, total or partial, of these distinctive signs without an authorization violate the provisions of articles L.713-2 of the Code of the intellectual property and are the responsibility of their author.The other distinctive signs, including the corporate names, trade names, signs, domain names reproduced on the site are the property of Nathalie Dreyfus who has given a license to the Fitzlawter association and any reproduction without express authorization is likely to constitute an infringement and is the responsibility of its author.

 

Hyperlinks

The hypertext links set up on our Site cannot hold us responsible for the web sites they point to, the links they contain or general conditions of use (including personal data management)
All simple hypertext links to the website wwww.fitzlawter.fr are subject to an authorization granted by the Fitzlawter association.

Deep links and framing are strictly forbidden.

Applicable law

This site is governed by French law.

Any dispute relating to the use of the site will be subject to the exclusive jurisdiction of the courts of Paris.

Confidentiality

The Fitzlawter Association protects the privacy and personal data of the Site users. The privacy policy on our site describes how we collect and use the data collected on our site.

Cookies
Fitzlawter uses cookies to distinguish you from other users of the Site. We only use this information for statistical analysis purposes to offer you the best Site navigation experience.

Contact
If you have any questions regarding the legal notice and personal information, please contact us at contact@fitzlawter.com

PRIVACY POLICY
The privacy and security of our users is extremely important to us. Therefore, we undertake to respect your privacy and treat your personal data with confidentiality in accordance with the provisions of Regulation 2016/679.
This Privacy Policy is intended to inform you about our rules regarding the management, processing and storage of personal data as well as about our commitment and practical measures in respect of your personal data.

Identity and contact details of the Data Controller

The data controller is Fitzlawter.
Under Association law of 1901 with the objective to create an interprofessional network of experts in new technology
Registered office: 78 avenue Raymond Poincaré 75116 Paris France
Tel: 01 44 70 07 04
Fax: 01 40 06 99 64
If you have any questions, do not hesitate to contact us at contact@fitzlawter.com

The collected data

The Fitzlawter Association ensures that only data strictly necessary for the purpose for which they are processed are collected.

Protection of personal data
The processing of personal data is based on our legitimate interest to implement the activities that are included in the processing list of the Data Protection Officer of the Fitzlawter Association.
The data is kept:

  • 3 years after the last incoming contact from you unless you are a “contact” member
  • For the duration of a newsletter subscription, if applicable
  • For the association members’ contacts – for the duration of relationships with a member of the association extended by 3

In accordance with the Data Protection Act of 6 January 1978 and the General Data Protection Regulation, you have the right to access, check, limit, delete, and modify your personal data.
You also have a right to object to the processing of your personal data, as well as a right to object to this data being collected for commercial purposes.
You can exercise these rights by contacting the Data Protection Officer at the following address: contact@fitzlawter.com
Finally, you have the right to file a complaint at the National Commission for Freedom of Informatics, the supervisory authority responsible for compliance with the obligations regarding the protection of personal data.

Purposes of data collection

We collect your data for legal and administrative reasons. In addition, your data also allows us to improve and facilitate Site navigation.
The legal bases for the treatment of your data are:

  • The consent of the user
  • Execution of any request of the user or the necessity of the execution of a contract.

Newsletter and marketing emails
For those who have explicitly chosen to receive the newsletter, you can easily unsubscribe by clicking the unsubscribe link in the body of email. In addition, you may withdraw your consent at any time.

Personal data recipients

The Fitzlawter Association only shares your personal data with authorized recipients.
The recipients of your personal data are the service providers related to the association.

Data retention

Fitzlawter only keeps your data for the duration of your membership in the association, in accordance with the legislation in force.

Security
As part of its mission, Fitzlawter places the utmost importance on the security and integrity of users personal.
In accordance with the provisions of Regulation 2016/679, Fitzlawter undertakes to take all necessary precautions to preserve the security of personal data and to protect it against accidental or unlawful destruction, accidental loss, alteration, dissemination or unauthorized access as well as against any other form of unlawful processing or communication to unauthorized persons.
To this end, Fitzlawter implements standard security measures to protect personal data from unauthorized disclosure. In addition, to avoid any unauthorized access and to guarantee accuracy and appropriate use of personal data, our association put in place appropriate electronic and physical supervisory procedures to safeguard and preserve the data collected.
In addition, in the event of a security breach, Fitzlawter undertakes to inform you as soon as possible and to take all possible measures to neutralize the intrusion and minimize its impact.

Your rights
In accordance with the Data Protection Act and the General European Data Protection Regulation 2016/679 (RGPD), you have the rights of access, modify and delete your personal data. You can exercise the right by sending us an e-mail to contact@fitzlawter.com. Your requests will be processed as soon as possible.
We may request to submit a photocopy of proof of identity or parental authority if it is a minor along with your application.

Communicating your personal data
Our employees and contractors have access to your data only to the extent necessary to deliver services. They are subject to an obligation of strict confidentiality in accordance with Regulation 2016/679.

Third party data

The Fitzlawter Association is committed to:

  • Comply with any applicable regulations, including personal data protection laws
  • Gather the explicit consent of individuals (non-professional individuals) when collecting their personal data
  • Inform the personal data collectors about the possibility to delete the collected data, and to unsubscribe

Data transfer
We only transfer your data to a non-EU country if it provides a level of protection that is equal to the level you can get in the European Union.

Modification of the privacy policy

Fitzlawter reserves the right to change this Privacy Policy at any time, including applicable laws and regulations changes. You will be notified of the changes via the website or email as soon as possible.
You are considered to have accepted the changes in the absence of a dispute within one month.

COOKIES CHARTER

Definition & functionality
The term cookies in the broad sense covers all the tracers left during the consultation of a website, reading an email, the installation or use of a software or a mobile application. Cookies in the strict sense of the term are files stored on the hard drive of your computer when you browse the Internet. Cookies linked to our site are intended to only record information relating to your activity on the site. This information can be read or modified directly during your visit and subsequent requests on the site.

Purpose
Generally, Fitzlawter uses cookies to improve and personalize the site. More specifically, the cookies used by Fitzlawter have the purpose of tracing user behavior on the website (including IP addresses). In general, they record information relating to the site navigation (i.e. the pages consulted, the date and time of the consultation, etc.). The information that can be used forsubsequent visits (visitor recognition system).
The shelf life of this information in visitor’s computer is 6 months.

Refusal to use cookies
The refusal of to use cookies may have restrict your access to certain information. If you choose to decline to use cookies, your browsing experience may be impaired when you access certain site features.
The data generated by the cookie (including your IP address) will be transmitted and stored by Google on servers located in the United States. Google will use this information for the purpose of evaluating your use of the site, compiling reports on website activity and providing other services relating to website activity and use of the site. Google may disclose such data to third parties in the event of a legal obligation or where such third parties process data on Google’s behalf, including but not limited to the publisher of this site. Google will not associate your IP address with any other data held by Google.
By using this website, users expressly consent to the processing of their personal data by Google under the conditions and for the purposes described above. It is provided that the conservation of the data related to the navigation limits the control over the security of the site.
Users can oppose to the registration of “cookies” by configuring the browser accordingly. Should you choose to do so, you will not be able to access certain features of this site.

For Mozilla Firefox:

1. Choose the “tools” menu and then “Options”
2. Click on “privacy”
3. Find the “Cookie” menu then select the options that suit you

For Microsoft Internet Explorer 8.0:

1. Click on the “Start” button, then “Control Panel”, then “Internet options”.
2. Click on “General” then under “Browsing History” click on “Delete”
3. Under “Cookies”, click on “Delete cookies” then “Yes” to confirm deletion.
For Microsoft Internet Explorer 7.0:

1. Click on the “Start” button, then on “Internet Explorer”.
2. Click on the button “Security”, then on “Delete Browsing History“
3. Click on the checkbox next to “Cookies”.
4. Check the box “Retain the data of favorite Websites” if you do not wish to delete the cookies and other files linked to websites of the list of favorite websites.
5. Click on ‘‘Delete’’.
For Microsoft Internet Explorer 6.0:

1. Choose the “Tools” menu and then “Internet Options”
2. Click on “Confidentiality”.
3. Select the desired level using the cursor.
For Google Chrome:

1. Click on the menu Google Chrome in the browser tool bar.
2. Select “Tools”.
3. Select the option “Delete browsing data”.
4. In the dialogue box that appears, tick the information that you wish to delete.
5. Use the drop-down menu located in the upper part of the dialogue box to select the amount of data to delete. Select from anywhere to delete everything.
6. Click on “Delete browsing data”.
For Opera 6.0:

1. Choose in the menu “Files” then “Preferences”
2. Privacy

Hypertext Links

We are not responsible for the content, links, and terms and conditions (including personal data management)contained on other web sites that are linked to the website.

The possibility of establishing simple hypertext links to the www.fitzlawter.fr website is subject to our prior agreement.

Any deep hyperlinks, or any hypertext using the “framing” technique, is forbidden.

Disclaimer of Technical Responsibility

Fitzlawter is committed to making www.fitzlawter.com website accessible at any time.

However, Fitzlawter does not assume any responsibility in case of difficulty in accessing his site or interruptions in connection, whatever the causes might be.

In particular, Fitzlawter reserves the right to make any changes to the site that he deems useful without prior notice, even if the access to the site is consequently interrupted.

In addition, Fitzlawter shall not be liable for any direct or indirect damages, including inaccessibility to the site, loss of data, damage, destruction or viruses that may affect your computer equipment and/or of the presence of viruses on its website.

You acknowledge that you have verified that the computer configuration used contains no viruses and is working condition.