Legal Notice

This site is the property of XERIDER SAS, a Simplified Limited Company with capital of €10,000, whose head office is:

Jovinien business incubator
Avenue de Sully Extended. Workshop 6 - 89300 JOIGNY

Registered in the SENS Trade and Companies Register under number 842 943 672.
SIRET number: 842 943 672 00019. Intracommunity VAT number FR94 842 943 672

XERIDER SA is represented by Mr Stéphane TAILLANDIER as president and director of publication.

Website creation: MAUKAU

The customer service of this site can be reached from Monday to Saturday and from 9 a.m. to 7 p.m., except on public holidays:
- by telephone at 07 56 86 10 00 (non-premium rate call),
- by email to or from the online contact form available on the Site; a response will then be given within 48 working hours.
The store is located: XERIDER - Jovinien business incubator - Avenue de Sully Prolongée. Workshop A6 - 89300 JOIGNY

1 – CNIL notice
The personal information that you will be required to provide on the site is only transmitted to the publisher.
We inform you that this data may be used by the publisher, in accordance with the legal provisions in force, for direct prospecting purposes to offer you similar products or services.
In accordance with the provisions of the law known as “information technology and freedom” of January 6, 1978 as amended by the law of August 6, 2004, the processing of your data may give rise to the exercise of the right of access and rectification as well as a right of opposition for legitimate reasons, to the publisher of said Site or by sending a letter to the address defined above.
A “cookie” may be created during your use of the site. It does not allow us to identify you. However, it records information relating to your computer's navigation on our site (the pages you have consulted, the date and time of the consultation, etc.) which we can read during your subsequent visits.
We inform you that you can oppose the recording of “cookies” by configuring your Internet browser, but we draw your attention to the fact that certain personalized services require the user to accept cookies. If the browser is configured to refuse them, access to these services may be impaired or even impossible.

2 – Right of Use License
Access to the Site gives you a right of private, non-collective and non-exclusive use of the content of said Site. Any networking or rebroadcasting in any form is prohibited.
The right to reproduce is only for the purposes of representation on a single-station screen and is strictly reserved for your private use. If you wish to make commercial use of the information appearing on this Site, you should request express consent from us. To do this, send us an email using our [contact form].
All Materials published on the Site, including without limitation texts, photographs, videos, infographics, icons (hereinafter “the Materials”), constitute works within the meaning of the provisions of the article L 112-1 of the Intellectual Property Code. Consequently, any representation or reproduction, in whole or in part, which could be made without the consent of their authors or their beneficiaries, is unlawful. You may therefore not modify, copy, transmit by e-mail or in any other way, transfer, download, display and, in general, exploit these Materials.
You therefore undertake to:
• only download the Materials to your computer for personal, limited-time use
• print downloaded Materials on paper only on the condition that said copies are strictly limited to personal use
• do not reproduce the digital version of the Materials for press review purposes
• not alter, modify, move, remove or replace the editorial content (text and/or reproduction) of the Materials and/or the authors of the Materials or their beneficiaries.
We remind you that the violation of one of the copyrights of the publisher or authors of this Site constitutes an offense of counterfeiting punishable in France by article L 335-2 of the Intellectual Property Code and punishable by three years' imprisonment and a fine of 300,000 euros.
The publisher reserves the right, at its sole discretion and without prior information, to modify, delete or add mentions to the “General Conditions of Use” of the Site, at any time in particular in order to take into account any legal developments. , jurisprudential, editorial and/or technical. The version that prevails is the one that is accessible online. You are therefore advised to regularly refer to the latest version of these General Conditions of Use.
The publisher also reserves the right to modify the characteristics or content of the Site. It may also restrict access to the Site to certain sections without prior warning.
The publisher may at its sole discretion suspend, interrupt or stop access to all or part of the Site for any reason whatsoever, including in particular non-compliance with the “General Conditions of Use” of the Site. It does not guarantee that the Site is error-free or that all imperfections will be corrected.
The publisher reserves the right to send you, personally or to all users of the Site, e-mails in order to keep you informed of changes, modifications or additions made to the Site.

3 – Limitation of liability
You are solely responsible for damages, direct or indirect, material or immaterial as long as they have as their cause, basis or origin use of the Site by you or by any person authorized by you to use this Site. By use, we mean any use of the Site whatever it may be, fraudulent or non-fraudulent.
As such, you waive any claim or legal action relating to such damages, on the basis of the contractual liability of the publisher of this Site or on any other basis.
Hypertext links may refer to sites other than the Site. By clicking on these links, you leave the Site and thus land on sites over which the publisher exercises no control. Consequently, the latter disclaims all liability in the event that the content of these sites contravenes the legal and regulatory provisions in force.
In addition, please note that no hypertext link may return to the Site without the prior and express authorization of the Site editor. In the absence of authorization, such a link is considered to constitute the offense of counterfeiting, an offense for which the penalties have already been recalled above.
The publisher undertakes to make the necessary efforts to secure access, consultation and use of the Materials in accordance with the rules of Internet use. Access to the Site is possible twenty-four (24) hours a day, seven (7) days a week (7) except in the event of force majeure or an event beyond the control of the publisher and subject to possible breakdowns and maintenance interventions necessary for the proper functioning of the Site and the Materials, which may be carried out without prior notice to you.
Consequently, the publisher cannot be held liable in the following cases:
• Momentary interruptions lasting a few minutes for updating certain files
• Operating difficulties or temporary interruption of these services independently of the publisher's will, particularly in the event of interruption of electricity or telecommunications services.
• Momentary interruptions of services necessary for their developments or maintenance
• Failure or malfunctions of the Internet network in the transmission of messages or documents.

You declare that you accept the characteristics and limits of the Internet, and in particular recognize:
• that you are aware of the nature of the Internet, in particular its technical performance and response times for consulting, querying or transferring Information
• that the communication of your possible access codes and specifically your username and password or generally any information deemed confidential is done under your own responsibility
• that it is your responsibility to take all necessary measures to ensure that the technical characteristics of your computer allow you to consult the Information
• that it is your responsibility to take all appropriate measures to protect your own data and/or software from contamination by possible viruses circulating through the Site and/or the Information
• it is specified that downloading the Materials implies unreserved acceptance of said Materials and these General Conditions of Use.

4 – Special conditions for community spaces (comments)
The publisher provides you with spaces reserved for free communication between Internet users. As such, the publisher acts exclusively as host of the community spaces that it makes available to you and its responsibility is therefore that of a technical service provider as defined in article 6.I-1 of the law on Confidence in the Digital Economy of June 21, 2004. Parents are invited to monitor the use made of these community spaces by their minor children.

1 – These community spaces are discussion spaces allowing you to post opinions and information around specific themes.
By publishing your various contributions (hereinafter referred to as the “Contributions”) on these spaces, you authorize the publisher to use and reproduce all or part of the Contributions, in the sections of the Site. In the event that these Contributions are protectable under copyright law, you expressly and graciously assign to the publisher all intellectual property rights relating thereto and in particular the right of reproduction, representation, adaptation, on any medium and in any format known or unknown to date, for the entire world and for the legal duration of copyright protection, thus allowing the publisher to use and reproduce all or part of the Contributions, in the sections of the Site.
The publisher undertakes to take the greatest care of the Contributions, but cannot under any circumstances be held responsible for any alteration relating thereto. The publisher also undertakes to reproduce the Contributions with the mention of the pseudonym of their author as indicated by the latter.

2 – You acknowledge that you are fully responsible for the Contributions that you publish on this section, and that these Contributions do not fall within the editorial activity of the publisher.
Consequently, the publisher cannot be held liable due to the illegal nature of the Contributions. You guarantee the publisher against any recourse and/or actions that any person may bring due to the distribution of the Contributions on the Site. You will assume all charges and payments that may be due or claimed concerning these same people whatever the cause or reason.
We remind you that community spaces are places for exchange and debate of ideas, where conviviality and respect for others are essential. Everyone must therefore respect other contributors and the pluralism of opinions necessary for the animation of the community. Any Contribution containing verbal attacks, gratuitous mockery or vulgarities may be subject to moderation and consequently be removed from the Site.
These Contributions cannot include content constituting or inciting the commission of actions punishable by law. You therefore undertake to respect the ethical principles listed below, without this list being exhaustive:
Contributions must not harm or be contrary to public order, good morals or offend the sensitivity of minors.
Contributions must not infringe in any way the rights to reputation, privacy or image of third parties.
Contributions must not be denigrating, defamatory, insulting, obscene, violent, racist, xenophobic, damage the image and reputation of a brand or any natural or legal person, in any way whatsoever.
Contributions may not be used to threaten or harass in any way
Contributions must not incite hatred, violence, suicide, racism, anti-Semitism, xenophobia, homophobia, or advocate war crimes or crimes against humanity.
Contributions must not incite discrimination against a person or group of people because of their ethnicity, religion, race, sexual orientation or disability.
Contributions must not incite the commission of a crime, misdemeanor or act of terrorism
Contributions must not be pornographic or pedophilic; Contributions must not harm the security or integrity of any state or territory.
Contributions must not infringe the intellectual property rights of any person
Any contribution which does not respect these principles may be deleted by the moderator of the site, or even be the subject of a report to the public authorities in accordance with the provisions of article 6-1-7 of the law of June 21, 2004 for the Confidence in the Digital Economy.

In accordance with article 6 – I of the law of June 21, 2004 for Confidence in the Digital Economy, the publisher is bound, in its capacity as content host, to the following obligations:

1. Hold and retain data likely to allow the identification of any person who has distributed content through it, in the event that the judicial authorities request it,

2. Remove and/or prevent access to illicit content as soon as it becomes aware of it.
However, the publisher is not subject to a general obligation to monitor and control the information and content disseminated, nor even to a general obligation to search for facts or circumstances revealing illicit activities.
Therefore, you only undertake to distribute content for which you have the rights, for which the rights holder has expressly authorized you to distribute them or which is free of all rights. As a reminder, the Intellectual Property Code prohibits any representation or reproduction in whole or in part made without the consent of the author or his beneficiaries.
In addition, you must under no circumstances offer on this section the sale, donation or exchange of stolen goods or goods resulting from embezzlement, fraud, breach of trust or any other criminal offense.
This section may not be used to solicit funds, goods, services or advertising or to distribute or publish any commercial information or data. More generally, they cannot be used for commercial purposes.
You undertake not to insert in the Contributions addresses or hypertext links to external sites which are contrary to the laws and regulations in force, which infringe the rights of third parties or which are contrary to these General Conditions of Use. .
The publisher does not accept any disruptive online activity, such as spamming, sending persistently off-topic messages or statements that incite others to violate these rules of conduct or to participate in illegal activities. This involves participants taking part in a discussion and expressing themselves in a positive context.

In accordance with the provisions of article 6 – I – 7. paragraphs 3 and 4 of the law for Confidence in the Digital Economy of June 21, 2004, you have the possibility of reporting the publication of any Contribution of which you are aware, which would not be related to the subject addressed, the editorial line and/or which would contravene the laws and regulations in force and in particular which would fall under the offenses provided for in articles 24 paragraphs 5 and 8 of the press law and 227-23 of the Code Criminal such as advocating crimes against humanity, incitement to racial hatred, child pornography.
We recommend that you do not distribute online, to a stranger, personal information about you that could identify you and more generally any sensitive or confidential data (postal address, telephone number, social security number, credit card number, driving license number, age, etc.) and which could be used against you or for illegal or harmful purposes. This is the case even when this disclosure is requested by a person with whom you interact, even if this person presents themselves as being authorized by the publisher or any other company. In any event, such disclosure will be made at your own risk, without the publisher being held liable.

5 – Moderation
The comments and the “Guestbook” section are subject to an a priori moderation consisting, for the moderator of the Site, of checking and then possibly deleting or excluding temporarily or definitively, prior to its distribution, any content which is without relation to the subject addressed, the editorial line of the Site, the ethical principles recalled in the “Community spaces” section above or which would be contrary to the laws and regulations in force. In addition to the deletion of content, this a priori moderation may lead to their publication being postponed: they will not immediately appear in the list of online content, giving the moderator time to consult his mailbox and evaluate them. .

In accordance with the provisions of article 6 – I – 7. paragraphs 3 and 4 of the law for Confidence in the Digital Economy of June 21, 2004, you have the possibility of reporting the publication of any Contribution (text, photo, illustration …) of which you are aware, which is not related to the subject addressed, the editorial line and/or which contravenes the laws and regulations in force and in particular which would fall under the offenses provided for in articles 24 paragraphs 5 and 8 of the law on the press and 227-23 of the Penal Code such as the apology of crimes against humanity, incitement to racial hatred, child pornography.
This option can be exercised by sending a message to the person responsible for the content of the Site using the [contact form]. The publisher of the Site thus reserves the right to remove content and suspend access to a member of the Site, if it has been brought to its attention, under the conditions as referred to above, that this content was manifestly illicit or at the request of a judicial authority.
You must nevertheless be aware that abusing the right to report illegal content may result in liability for the person exercising it. In particular, the following may give rise to legal proceedings:
reporting a message or activity as illegal with the sole aim of obtaining its removal or stopping its dissemination, knowing that this information is inaccurate,
the denunciation, made by any means of communication including electronic means and directed against a specific person, of a fact which is likely to result in legal sanctions, and which is known to be totally or partially inaccurate.

6 – Application of French law
The Internet network being by nature a global network, but this site being intended for a French public, the rules applicable to all content and all data transmissions on and around the Site are determined by French law. In the event of a dispute, the French courts will have sole jurisdiction.