The site http://www.wefieldwork.fr is published by:

We Fieldwork
256 rue Francis de Pressensé
69100 Villeurbanne

Tél : +33 (0)4 37 43 30 24
Lyon Registry of Businesses and Companies 494 279 607

Head of publishing: Delphine BONNET
Mail : delphine.bonnet@wefieldwork.fr

The site servers are hosted by:

OVH
2 rue kellermann BP 80157
59053 ROUBAIX CEDEX 1

Tel : +33 (0)9 72 10 10 07

General terms of use of a website

The purpose of this document is to set out the methods and terms according to which WeFieldwork makes services available to site users and how users access and use these services.

Agreeing to the present terms is a prerequisite of connecting to this site.

Any user who accesses the We Fieldwork site through the link www.wefieldwork.fr tacitly agrees to all of the terms set out hereafter.

Intellectual property

The overall structure of the www.wefieldwork.fr website and all of the constituent text, graphics, images, sounds and videos are the property of We Fieldwork or its partners.

It is strictly forbidden to represent or reproduce, whether in part or fully, any of the content or services offered by the www.wefieldwork.fr website in any way without the prior written consent of the head of publishing. Any breach of this stipulation shall be liable to prosecution for forgery under the terms of Articles L 335-2 et seq. of the Intellectual Property Code.

All trademarks, service marks and corporate names (hereafter referred to as “brand names”) used on this site are the exclusive property of WeFieldwork. Brand names cannot be used in connection with any product or service that is not a We Fieldwork product or service, in any way that is liable to confuse users or in any way – and in any form – that may denigrate or discredit WeFieldwork.

Hypertext links

We Fieldwork cannot be held responsible for the content or performance of any other internet resource to which it may provide hypertext links on the present site.

Site users and visitors cannot post hyperlinks to this site without the express prior permission of WeFieldwork’s head of publishing.

Publisher’s responsibility

The information and/or documentation accessible on this site comes from sources considered to be reliable.

Nevertheless, this information and/or documentation may contain technical inaccuracies and typographical errors.

We Fieldwork reserves the right to correct any of these as soon as it becomes aware of them.

You are strongly recommended to check the accuracy and/or relevance of information and/or documentation provided on this site.

The information and/or documentation on this site may be amended at any time and may be subject to updating. In particular, updating may take place between the time it is downloaded and read by a user.

The user alone bears full responsibility for any use of the information and/or documentation made available on this site and assumes liability for all consequences that may ensue. No claim can be made against We Fieldwork for any consequence arising from any such use.

Under no circumstances can We Fieldwork be held responsible for any harm of any kind arising from the interpretation or use of any of the information and/or documentation available on this site.

Site access

We Fieldwork strives to make the site accessible 24/7 except in cases of events beyond the control of We Fieldwork but reserves the right to carry out any repairs or maintenance that may be required to ensure the smooth running of the site and services.

Accordingly, We Fieldwork cannot guarantee that the site and/or services shall always be accessible, nor can it give any guarantee regarding the reliability of transmission or performance in terms of response time or quality. The user is offered no provision for technical support, whether by telephone or electronic channels.

We Fieldwork cannot be held liable for any loss or problem arising from the impossibility of accessing the site and/or using any of the services.

Furthermore, the user accepts that We Fieldwork may interrupt the site or part of its services at any time and without notice and, accordingly, the user hereby undertakes to refrain from seeking any compensation for such interruptions. The user recognises and accepts that WeFieldwork bears no liability for any interruption, nor for any consequences that may ensue for the user and/or any third party.

Amending terms of use

We Fieldwork reserves the right to modify the present terms of use at any time and without notice in order to adapt to site changes and/or the operation of the site.

Rules of internet use

By using this site the user accepts the characteristics and limitations of the internet and accepts, in particular, that:

We Fieldwork bears no responsibility for services that can be accessed through the internet and exerts no control of any sort over the nature or characteristics of data that may be sent through its server centre.

The user acknowledges that data circulating on the internet is not protected, especially not from hijacking. The presence of the We Fieldwork logo merely indicates a presumption of legitimacy. Any communication of information that the users deems to be sensitive or confidential is undertaken entirely at the user’s own risk and responsibility.

The user acknowledges that data circulating on the internet may be governed by particular regulations or be protected by intellectual property rights.

The user bears sole responsibility for the use of any data that he/she reads, interacts with or transfers on the Internet.

The user recognises that We Fieldwork has no way of controlling the content of services that can be accessed online.

For any questions abut the terms of use of this site, please write to the following address: delphine.bonnet@wefieldwork.fr

Personal details

In accordance with the provisions of the data protection law of 6 January 1978, the automated processing of personal information through this website has been the subject of a declaration to the Commission Nationale de l’Informatique et des Libertés (CNIL).

This site collects no data other than IP addresses, which are for purely technical use and required to produce readership metrics. Any coorespondence or documents sent through the electronic messaging service shall be kept for one year and shall be saved thereafter.