The Augure website accessible at the Internet address http://www.augure.com or at any other address which may be substituted for it the is published by Augure, a private limited company with registered capital of 1 049 711 euros, whose registered office is located at Beechey House, 87 Church Street, Crowthorne, Berkshire, RG45 7AW, registered with the England Registry of Trade and Companies under number 5520693 and Intracommunity VAT number: GB 916 8596 77, whose telephone number is +44 (0)1344 776 225.
CREATION OF THE WEBSITE: legoli (technical), pictures and icons have been bought from Istockphoto © Augure 2009–All rights reserved.
DIRECTOR OF PUBLICATION: Mr. Michael Jais, he can be contacted by an ordinary letter at the address of Augure’s registered office, as stated above.
WEBSITE HOSTING: this Website is hosted by Internet FR a limited company, whose registered office is located at Immeuble Odyssée 2-12 chemin des Femmes Massy cedex 91886 France, registered with the Evry Registry of Trade and Companies under number B 402 413 207 and whose telephone number is +33 (0)1 64 53 12 12.
Augure reserves the right to proceed at any time and without notice with modifications, deletions or additions to the Website. In addition, Augure declines all liability in the event of delays, errors or omissions regarding the Website’s contents and in the event of interruptions or unavailability of the Website or its contents.
3- WEBSITE'S ACCESSIBILITY
Augure agrees to make its best efforts to secure the access, consultation and use of the Website pursuant to the Internet’s rules of use. The Website is as a general rule accessible 24 hours per day, seven days per week, except in the event of force majeure or an event outside of Augure’s control, and subject to any breakdowns and maintenance necessary for the Website’s proper operation. Augure shall in its sole discretion be entitled to suspend, interrupt or stop access to all or part of the Website for maintenance purposes. Access by any User of the Website can also be prevented by certain factors outside of Augure’s control, including, but not exhaustively, the non-operation, ineffectiveness or non-adapted nature of the hardware used by the User to access the Website and/or the unavailability, non-operation or interruption of access to the Internet or of any telecommunication service used to access the Website.
4-INTELECTUAL PROPERTY RIGHTS
All intellectual property rights and other rights related to the Website and to all elements it contains (including the texts, graphics, images, applications, software, designs and models, etc.) are Augure’s property, pursuant to the provisions of the French Intellectual Property Code or, if applicable, the property of third parties who authorized Augure to use them for the Website. The names, marks, signs and/or logos, including “Augure” and/or “Augure reputation management” are protected by French and international legislation on intellectual property rights and, as a result, shall not be reproduced, imitated or used with Augure’s express consent.
Any representation, re-use, reproduction, distribution, marketing and/or any other form of partial or total exploitation of this Website or of all or part of its contents by any process whatsoever without Augure’s prior, explicit consent shall be prohibited and shall constitute intellectual property infringement within the meaning of the French Intellectual Property Code.
The User shall in particular refrain from modifying, re-distributing or reproducing the information set forth on the Website, regardless of the type of format or medium involved. The User further agrees not to use any automatic means of recovery (including a computer program) to collect the Website’s information, for any use whatsoever. Any violation may lead to criminal prosecution.
5-LIABILITY AND WARRANTY
The information provided on the Website is given for informational purposes. Augure has attempted to ensure the accuracy of all of the information provided on its Website and shall attempt, to the greatest extent possible, to provide to the Users information and/or tools which are available, reliable, correct and verified. Augure, its subsidiaries or affiliated companies, their managers, their directors, employees or respective agents or those of any other party involved in the creation, production or supply of the Website shall not be liable for any occasional or unexpected errors that may occur on the Website, for any failure by the Website to meet your needs, expectations or requirements or for any lack of accessibility within the meaning of Article 3 hereof. Augure declines all liability regarding the information available on its Website and provides no warranty as to the exactness, accuracy or exhaustiveness of the information made available on the Website.
As a result, the User acknowledges, and explicitly accepts, to use such information subject to its exclusive liability and at its own risk. Neither Augure nor its subsidiaries or affiliated companies or their managers, directors, employees or respective agents or any other party involved in the creation, production or supply of the Website shall be liable for any consequential harm resulting or related to the use or inability to use or access the Website or the information on the Website, which the User may incur.
Augure shall not be held liable for the malfunctions related to technical problems or disturbances on the Internet or if use of all or part of the Website or of its contents by the User requires services, repairs or corrections to hardware or data, and the User shall assume all the costs related to such intervention.
The Website may contain links leading to other websites published by third parties. Augure cannot provide any warranty and shall not be liable for websites accessible by a link on the Website, whether involving information appearing on such websites or any content, products, or services described or proposed on such websites. The User acknowledges that by clicking on the hypertext links that he is leaving the Website and that such websites are not published or controlled by Augure, which does not contribute to their contents. As a result, Augure shall not be liable due to any harm, direct or consequential, caused by any contents, products or services available on such third-party websites.
Furthermore, Augure shall not be liable for the hypertext links leading to one or several pages of the Website from third-party websites. Augure does not provide any warranty as regards such websites, whether involving information appearing on such websites or any content, products or services described or proposed on such websites.
Personal data shall include all the information regarding the User as an individual which directly or indirectly identifies him or makes him directly or indirectly identifiable. Such information shall include the data disclosed by the User at the time of his registration on forms.
The Website has been the subject of a declaration with CNIL. Pursuant to the Computers and Freedoms Act, Augure informs all Users that the personal data that they have disclosed on the Website are subject to computer processing necessary for its proper operation.
Pursuant to the provisions of Articles 39 and 40 of the Computers and Freedoms Act, the User shall have a right of access, correction, opposition and deletion of the personal data related to him, which he may exercise upon a mere written request by writing to:
Augure, marketing department, 271 Regent Street, London W1B 2ES, United Kingdom
Cookies are small files saved on the disk drive of the User’s computer when he navigates on the Internet. A cookie saves the information regarding the User’s path on the Website and the means by which he accessed the Website (by way of example, direct access through insertion of the Website address in the User’s navigator or clicking on a link or a banner of a third-party website), which may be directly read by the servers used by Augure at the time of the subsequent visits and requests on the Website.
establish statistics to measure the Website’s visitors,
facilitate the User’s navigation on the Website,
improve the Website’s quality.
The User may manage settings of the cookies on the disk drive of his computer via the options of his Internet navigator (in Internet Explorer, the“Tool” tab, “Internet Options”, “Confidentiality” part, on Firefox, “Tools, “Options…” button, “Privacy” and “Cookies” tab). By modifying these settings, the User may decide to accept all cookies, to be informed of the activation of a cookie or to reject all of the cookies. If the User chooses to modify such settings, his navigation may be reduced to access some of the Website’s pages or such navigation may be rendered impossible.
The User may also regularly destroy the cookies stored on his disk drive or establish a “black list” of websites whose cookies he does not wish to have stored on his disk drive.
9-GOVERNING LAW- JURISDICTION