In force on 01/06/19
The present general conditions of use (known as "T & Cs") have as their object the legal framework of the methods of provision of the site and the services by and to define the conditions of access and use of the services by "The User".
These T & Cs are accessible on the site under the heading "T & Cs".
ARTICLE 1: Legal notices
The black-system.eu site is edited by
Black System Europe - 2 Place de Touraine - 78000 Versailles - France
Email address: hello [at] black-system.eu
The Director of the publication is: Raphaël Bidault
The host of the black-system.eu site is the company
OVH - 2 rue Kellermann - 59100 Roubaix - France
ARTICLE 2: Access to the site
The site is accessible free of charge anywhere to any User with Internet access. All costs incurred by the User to access the service (computer hardware, software, Internet connection, etc.) are at their expense.
ARTICLE 3: Data collection
The site provides the User with the collection and processing of personal information with respect for privacy in accordance with Law 78-17 of 6 January 1978 relating to computers, files and freedoms.
Under the Data Protection Act, dated January 6, 1978, the User has the right to access, rectify, delete and oppose his personal data.
ARTICLE 4: Intellectual property
The brands, logos, signs as well as all the content of the site (texts, images, sound, etc.) are protected by the Intellectual Property Code and more particularly by copyright.
The User must seek the prior authorization of the site for any reproduction, publication, copy of the various contents. He agrees to use the content of the site in a strictly private context, any use for commercial and advertising purposes is strictly prohibited.
Any total or partial representation of this site by any means whatsoever, without the express authorization of the website operator would constitute an infringement punishable by article L 335-2 and following of the Intellectual Property Code. .
It is recalled in accordance with Article L122-5 of the Intellectual Property Code that the User who reproduces, copies or publishes the protected content must cite the author and its source.
ARTICLE 5: Responsibility
The sources of the information published on the black-system.eu site are deemed reliable, but the site does not guarantee that it is free from defects, errors or omissions.
The information communicated is presented as an indication and generally without contractual value. Despite regular updates, the black-system.eu site cannot be held responsible for changes in administrative and legal provisions occurring after publication. Likewise, the site cannot be held responsible for the use and interpretation of the information contained on this site.
The black-system.eu site cannot be held responsible for any viruses that could infect the Internet user's computer or any computer equipment, following use, access, or downloading from this site.
The site cannot be held liable in the event of force majeure or the unforeseeable and insurmountable fact of a third party.
ARTICLE 6: Hypertext links
Hypertext links may be present on the site. The User is informed that by clicking on these links, he will leave the black-system.eu site. The latter has no control over the web pages to which these links lead and can in no way be responsible for their content.
ARTICLE 7: Cookies
The User is informed that during his visits to the site, a cookie may be automatically installed on his browser software.
Cookies are small files temporarily stored on the hard drive of the User's computer by your browser and which are necessary for the use of the black-system.eu site. Cookies do not contain personal information and cannot be used to identify anyone. A cookie contains a unique identifier, generated randomly and therefore anonymous. Some cookies expire at the end of the User's visit, others remain.
The information contained in cookies is used to improve the black-system.eu site.
By browsing the site, the User accepts them.
The User must, however, give his consent to the use of certain cookies.
In the absence of acceptance, the User is informed that certain features or pages may be refused.
The User may deactivate these cookies through the settings appearing in his browser software.
ARTICLE 8: Applicable law and competent jurisdiction
French law applies to this contract. In the absence of an amicable resolution of a dispute between the parties, the French courts will have sole jurisdiction to hear it.
For any question relating to the application of these T & Cs, you can contact the publisher at the contact details listed in ARTICLE 1.