Legal Information

Presentation of the site.

Under the terms of article 6 of French law no. 2004-575 of June 21, 2004 for trust in the digital economy, users of the site are informed about who is involved in its production and maintenance: 

Owner: Caupenne & Co. – SARL immatriculée au Registre du Commerce et des Sociétés de Lyon sous le numéro 394 626 345 – 63 avenue Roger Salengro 69100 VILLEURBANNE 
Creator : Artenium 
Publication director : Leylak de Caupenne – 
The publication director is a natural person or a legal person. 

Hosting company: OVH – 2 rue Kellermann – 59100 Roubaix – France

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Terms and conditions of use of the site and the services offered.

The use of the website implies full acceptance of the general terms of use described below. These terms of use may be modified or expanded at any time, so users of the website are invited to consult them regularly. 

This site is normally accessible to users at any time. However, Caupenne & Co. may decide to interrupt its availability for technical maintenance, and will do its best to communicate the dates and times of the work to users in advance.

The website is updated regularly by Leylak de Caupenne. Similarly, the legal information may be updated at any time. It remains binding on users, however, who are invited to refer to it as often as possible to keep track of any changes. 

Description of the services provided.

The purpose of the website is to provide information about all the company’s activities. 

Caupenne & Co. makes every effort to ensure the information on the website is as accurate as possible. However, it cannot be held liable for any omissions, inaccuracies or failures to update the information, whether these are caused by Caupenne & Co. or by the partners who provide the information. 

All the details on the website are provided for information purposes only, and may change. In addition, the information on the website is not intended to be exhaustive. It is provided subject to changes that may have occurred since it was published.

Contractual limits on technical data.

The website uses the JavaScript technology. 

The website cannot be held liable for any material damage resulting from the use of the site. Moreover, users of the site undertake to access it using recent equipment free of viruses and an updated, latest-generation browser.

Intellectual property and infringement.

Caupenne & Co. owns the intellectual property rights or has the right to use all the elements accessible on the site, including text, images, graphics, logos, icons, sounds and software.

Any reproduction, depiction, modification, publication or adaptation of any or all of the site’s elements, regardless of the resources or processes used, is prohibited without prior written consent from Caupenne & Co. 

Any unauthorized use of the site or of any of the elements it contains will be considered to constitute infringement and legal proceedings will be brought in accordance with articles L.335-2 and thereafter of the French Intellectual Property Code.

Limitation of liability.

Caupenne & Co. cannot be held liable for direct or indirect damages caused to the user’s equipment when accessing the website, resulting either from the use of equipment that does not meet the specifications described above, or from the emergence of a bug or an incompatibility.

Caupenne & Co. cannot be held liable for direct or indirect damages caused to the user’s equipment when accessing the website, resulting either from the use of equipment that does not meet the specifications described above, or from the emergence of a bug or an incompatibility.

The site includes interactive areas (such as the option of asking questions via the contact form) available to users. Caupenne & Co. reserves the right to delete any content submitted via this area that would contravene the legislation applicable in France, including the provisions relating to data protection. Where relevant, Caupenne & Co. also reserves the right to seek legal redress against users in the civil and/or criminal courts for messages that are racist, offensive, defamatory or pornographic, regardless of their format (text, photographs etc.).

Management of personal data.

In France, personal data is protected by legislation including law no. 78-87 of January 6, 1978, law no. 2004-801 of August 6, 2004, article L. 226-13 of the French Penal Code and the European Directive of October 24, 1995. 

When a user accesses the website, the URL of the link by which the user reached the site, the user’s internet service provider and the user’s Internet Protocol (IP) address may be collected. 

Caupenne & Co. only ever collects personal data about the user for the purpose of certain services offered by the website. The user’s information is provided with their full knowledge, especially when they enter it themselves. The user of the site is informed at the time whether or not the information is obligatory.

In accordance with the provisions of articles 38 and thereafter of the French data protection law no. 78-17 of January 6, 1978, all users have the right to access, correct and object to the use of personal data held about them by sending a written, signed request with a copy of a signed identity document, specifying the address to which a response should be sent.

No personal information about users of the website is ever published without the user’s knowledge, exchanged, transferred, given or sold in any form to third parties. Only the acquisition of Caupenne & Co. and its rights would enable this information to be transferred to the buyer, who would be bound in turn by the same obligation to conserve and correct data about users of the website. 

The website is not declared to CNIL, the French data protection authority, because it does not collect personal information. 

Databases are protected by the provisions of the law of July 1, 1998 implementing directive 96/9 of March 11, 1996 on the legal protection of databases. 

Hypertext links and cookies.

The website contains a number of hypertext links to other sites, published with the authorization of Caupenne & Co. However, Caupenne & Co. cannot check the contents of sites visited in this way, and consequently cannot accept any liability for them. 

Browsing the website is likely to cause cookies to be stored on the user’s computer. A cookie is a small file that does not allow the user to be identified but records information about a computer’s browsing of a website. The data obtained in this way is designed to facilitate subsequent browsing of the site and to enable site traffic to be measured. 

Refusing to allow cookies may make it impossible to access certain services. However, users can carry out the following configuration steps to refuse the installation of cookies:

Using Microsoft Edge: enter “edge://settings/cookies” into the address bar or go to “Settings – Cookies and site permissions – Manage and delete cookies and site data” and clear the checkbox marked “Allow sites to save and read cookie data (recommended)”.

Using Firefox: click the menu button at the top right of the browser window and select “Options”. Click the “Privacy” tab. Set “Enhanced Tracking Protection” to “Custom”, and clear the “Cookies” checkbox.

Using Safari: click the Safari button at the top left of the browser window and select “Preferences”. Click the “Privacy” tab and select “Block all cookies”.

Using Chrome: click the menu icon at the top right of the browser, represented by three dots. Select “Settings”. Click “Privacy and security” and then “Cookies and other site data”. Here you can choose to block all cookies.

Applicable law and jurisdiction.

All disputes relating to the use of the website are subject to French law. The competent courts in Paris have sole jurisdiction. 

The principal laws concerned.

French law no. 78-17 of January 6, 1978 as amended by law no. 2004-801 of August 6, 2004 on data protection.

French law no. 2004-575 of June 21, 2004 on trust in the digital economy.


User: any web user connecting to and using the above site. 

Personal information: “information that enables the natural persons to whom it applies to be identified in any form, directly or not” (article 4 of French law no. 78-17 of January 6, 1978). 

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