SteadySun is an SAS (Société par Actions Simplifiée - simplified joint stock company). All rights reserved.


 

This website may not be reproduced in whole or in part without the express prior permission of SteadySun SAS. Such representation or reproduction, by any process whatsoever, would constitute an infringement sanctioned by articles L. 335-2 et seq. of the Intellectual Property Code. The same applies to the databases mentioned on the site, whose content is protected by the law dated 1 July 1998 adapting the Intellectual Property Code to incorporate the European directive of 11 March 1996 concerning the legal protection of databases.

In accordance with the Intellectual Property Code, the only copies or reproductions allowed are those strictly for the private use of the person making the copy and not intended for collective use, and private and free representations carried out exclusively in a family circle. In the same way, analyses and short quotations justified by the critical, controversial, educational, scientific or informational nature of the work in which they are included are also authorized, provided that the name of the author and the source are clearly indicated.

The texts, certain images and generally speaking all the content of the site are supplied by SteadySun SAS and are its property.

In the same way, it is strictly forbidden to use or reproduce the name “SteadySun” and/or its logo, separately or together, for any reason whatsoever and on any medium whatsoever, without the prior written agreement of SteadySun SAS.

Trademarks:
SteadySun is a trademark.

The SteadySun name, SteadySun logo and the names of the associated products and services are SteadySun SAS registered trademarks.

The reproduction, imitation, use or display of these marks without the prior permission of the communications agency or their respective owners constitutes an infringement of copyright.

The World Intellectual Property Organization (WIPO) copyright treaty, adopted on 20 December 1996 in Geneva by the diplomatic conference convened by the WIPO, brought international copyright into the digital era. In particular this treaty puts in place penalties for those who delete or impair identification and copyright management systems.

Protection of personal data

In accordance with article 34 of French law 78-17 of 6 January 1978 concerning information technology, files and freedom, you are entitled to access, rectify and delete nominative information concerning you. Information collected via forms, statistics and logs is intended exclusively for our internal use.
For the section concerning you, you have the right to access, rectify and delete this information. To exercise this right please contact SteadySun SAS.

Terms and conditions of access:

use of the SteadySun website implies acceptance of the terms of use of the website detailed below.

Limitation of responsibility:

SteadySun SAS cannot be held responsible for times taken to access its website due to Internet failure or malfunction. In the same way, SteadySun SAS cannot be held responsible for any interruption of its services to resolve a technical problem or to upgrade the system. SteadySun SAS does not give any guarantee in respect of the use of information on the website and cannot be held responsible for any loss or damage that may result from use of this information by a site user, or for any errors or omissions therein, or for any faults or interruptions in the supply of information or the total or partial unavailability thereof.

Modifications:

SteadySun SAS may change its services and content without notice and without any formality other than stating these modifications in its general and specific online terms and conditions.