The following Terms and Conditions (the "T&C’s") are proposed by IDEQUANET (the "Company"), a French simplified joint stock company with a share capital of 1667 Euros registered at the Paris Trade Commercial Register under number 821 352 317, whose registered office is located at 49 rue Notre-Dame de Nazareth 75003 Paris, France.
The Company is responsible for the website accessible at http://www.golem.ai including all software made available on the personal space of registered users (hereinafter the "Site).
Before using the Site, the user of the Site is requested to read carefully these T&C’s describing the rules applicable to the use of the Site and the software and programming tools available on the Site.
By accessing the Site, the user accepts these T&C’s and all its provisions.
The user acknowledges that the Site may only be used for his personal needs or for the internal use of his business entity and that he is not authorized to give access to the Site, in whole or in part, to third parties, notably for commercial purposes.
In the event that the User disagrees with one or more of the provisions of these T&C’s, he is invited to refrain from using the Site.
Access to the private section of the Site requires the creation of a user account which implies acceptance of these T&C’s and the provision of mandatory information including notably: Name, first name, email, phone, and company.
The user is responsible for maintaining the confidentiality of his personal credentials created and enabling to log on to his private space.
n case of fraudulent use of credentials, the user is invited to inform the Company as soon as possible.
The Company procures its best efforts to offer an uninterrupted access to the Site but shall in no event be held liable in the event of impossibility of access to the Site due to constraints inherent to the functioning of the Internet or any other event beyond its control reasonable.
In any event, the Company remains at all times free to interrupt or suspend access to the Site, in particular for maintenance or maintenance purposes.
The Company cannot guarantee that the Site is free from defects, errors or bugs. This Site may also contain technical inaccuracies and/or typographical errors for which the Company declines any responsibility.
All data, information and content accessible from the Site are provided “as is” and for information purposes and/or for demonstration or test purposes only. The Company cannot guarantee the accuracy and completeness of the data, information and content provided to the user when using the Site.
In no event shall the Company be liable for any damages whatsoever resulting from the use of the data, information and content obtained when accessing or using the Site. The Site is provided solely as a demonstration or testing tool and shall in no event be used or made available to third parties for any purposes, notably commercial purposes.
The user remains fully responsible for maintaining the security and integrity of its data, hardware and software when accessing or using the Site.
The Company shall not be liable for any computer virus, bug, intrusion, or unauthorized external intrusion into the computer system, fraud, or technical malfunction, or any other reason beyond its reasonable control.
The Company is the owner and retains ownership of all intellectual property rights (such as copyright, trademark, database rights) relating to both the structure and the content of the Site (such as images, Sounds, videos, photographs, logos, brands, graphics, tools, software, documents and other data).
Any reproduction (including downloading, printing, etc.), representation, adaptation, modification, extraction, translation, transformation, dissemination, integration in another site, commercial exploitation or not, and / or re-use in any way whatsoever of all or part of the Site is strictly forbidden without the express written agreement of the Company. Any unauthorized use may give rise to civil and / or criminal proceedings and collection of damages.
The Site may simply be used for private and internal purposes in accordance with the provisions of these T&C’s and the normal use of the Site.
The user retains ownership of all the intellectual property rights relating to the documents and content published on the Site.
In the event of publication of content including elements which may include third party intellectual property rights, the user guarantees that he has the necessary authorizations to publish this content on the Site.
Users' personal and browsing data are processed primarily for the purpose of enabling users to properly access and use the Site. They also allow the Company to contact the user when using the "Contact Us" function on the Site.
Users have the right to access, rectify or delete the information concerning them, as well as to prevent their personal data from being processed, subject to legitimate purpose. These rights may be exercised upon written request to the Company at the following address: firstname.lastname@example.org
The Site may include hypertext links to third party sites. The links reproduced to these third party sites do not imply any endorsement of these third party sites by the Company.
The Company does not exercise any control over the information, products and / or services offered by third parties on the aforementioned sites and therefore assumes no responsibility in this regard.
The Company may change these T&C’s at any time and without notice. The user is therefore invited to read and check these T&C’s with each new use of the Site.
The continuous use of the Site implies the acceptance by the user of the modifications made to the T&C’s.
For notification, claim or complaint regarding the Site, the user may contact the Company at the following address: email@example.com
The Company reserves the right to request any proof of identity to verify the authenticity of a complaint.
These T&C’s constitute the entire agreement entered between the User and the Company.
Should one or more provisions of these T&C’s be declared null and void or unenforceable, the other clauses would retain their full force and scope.
These T&C’s are governed by French law and fall within the exclusive jurisdiction of the French courts.