Legal notice

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In accordance with the provisions set out in articles 6-III and 19 of Law no. 2004-575 dated 21 June 2004 pertaining to Trust in the digital world, referred to as L.C.E.N. in France, we wish to provide the website’s users and visitors with: the following information.

Legal information

Legal form: LLC
Company name: ARIADNEXT
Capital : €114,300.00
SIRET no.: 520 769 225 00043
Intracommunity VAT number: FR79 520 769 225
Head office: ZAC des Champs Blancs, 122 Rue Robert Keller, F-35510 Cesson-Sévigné
Tel.: +33 (0)2 30 96 05 70
Site development: This website was created by Hiboost a Web agency in Rennes
Publication director: Guillaume Despagne
The website is hosted by: OVH – 2 rue Kellermann 59100 Roubaix – Phone : +(33) 8 203 203 63

Site content and liability

Any material provided on this website is done so for information purposes only. We endeavour to check its accuracy, exhaustiveness and update. This can however never be fully guaranteed. Consequently and excluding the occurrence of a grave or intentional error, ARIADNEXT shall never be held liable for any damage namely resulting from information lacking in precision or accuracy, or for any prejudice pertaining to the fraudulent intrusion of a third party into the website with the sole purpose of harming the company’s interests or image – for instance by distorting the information published on the website in question.

ARIADNEXT cannot be held responsible in the event of damage to or if a virus damages or renders unusable your computer equipment following a fraudulent visit to the website despite all the security measures taken.

Hypertext links

To make access easier to other websites likely to provide additional information, hypertext links were inserted to the website. ARIADNEXT shall nonetheless not bear any liability for third-party websites presenting litigious or incorrect content, which users may have access to via our own Website. ARIADNEXT has no way of controlling the content published on third-party websites. Moreover, third-party websites may contain hypertext links directing visitors to our website. ARIADNEXT cannot legally contest this current practice, and can under no circumstance be held liable for any of the content published on websites external to the company.

Intellectual Property

Any images, brands, logos, domain names or information in the form of texts or images presented on this website are owned by ARIADNEXT, or require authorisation prior to use. The reproduction, modification, download, transmission or other existing current or future action requires prior written consent (letter or email). Copies for private or non-commercial use only are authorised, provided the above-mentioned intellectual property rights are respected. The use of articles or reports published on one of our websites is also subject to prior consent, and must bear the name “©ARIADNEXT” or comply with the rights stipulated in the source.  Any abuse of these clauses shall entail legal pursuits.

Photo credits

Mint Images – Igor Emmerich – Blend Images – Marie Killen – Westend61- Hero Images – Busakorn Pongparnit – Damircudic – Johner Images – Maskot – Urbazon – Tashi-Delek – Sarinya Pinngam / EyeEm – Walter Zerla – John Lamb – Emma Kim


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