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Terms of use

Terms of use

You are currently connected to the Mouvement des Entreprises de France (MEDEF) website. This site provides the public with free information about MEDEF's activities and positions.
 
Site Publisher
The www.eng.medef.com website is owned by the Mouvement des Entreprises de France (MEDEF), a not-for-profit association, whose headquarters is located at 55, avenue Bosquet, 75007 Paris, France – phone: +33 (0)1 53 59 19 19.
The director of the website publication is Michel Guilbaud, Managing Director of MEDEF.
The www.medef.com website is hosted by Colt Technology Services, 23-27 rue Pierre Valette, 92240 Malakoff, France, phone: 0 800 94 99 44.
 
Intellectual PropertyThe overall structure, including texts, still and animated images, sounds, graphics, downloadable documents, databases, and all other site components, are subject to applicable copyright law and remain the exclusive property of MEDEF. Any reproduction or redistribution of its contents, whether in full or in part, requires the express prior written consent of MEDEF.
Trademarks and logos of MEDEF and its partners that appear on the website belong to their exclusive owners. Any full or partial reproduction of these trademarks or logos made from elements of the site without the express prior written consent of the copyright owner(s) is prohibited.
Requests to reproduce or display trademarks or logos can be sent to MEDEF by means of the following contact form: http://eng.medef.com/contact-us.html
Without exception, reproductions for commercial or advertising purposes will not be allowed.
 
Hyperlinks
MEDEF approves the establishment of hyperlinks pointing to content on its website, provided that:
•    The link pointing to the MEDEF site is accessible by opening a new window/tab. Any reproduction of a site element within a third-party website by means of inclusion, frames, inlining, or any other similar process is strictly prohibited.
•    The link's "title" tag indicates www.medef.com, and the source is clearly indicated on the link or near it.
•    The link is not used for commercial or advertising purposes.
This authorisation does not apply to websites that distribute violent, pornographic, or xenophobic information or information, in a broader extent, that may be offensive to most people.
 
Publications of Comments
Comments published by users express only the personal opinions of their authors and are published under their responsibility. MEDEF cannot be held liable for the content of such messages of which they are not the author.
Comments are moderated after they are posted. This means that the messages you post are immediately published on this site.
The messages you post must pertain to the topic of the published article and comply with applicable regulations.
By writing a message, you agree not to post potentially illegal, libelous, abusive, racist, threatening, obscene, or discriminatory content or content that may infringe upon the rights of others, contain personal data, or infringe upon intellectual property rights or more broadly any content in violation of law or regulations.
You authorise MEDEF to moderate, modify, move, or delete your message for any reason and in any way.
You may post a comment after indicating your name and email address. This data is collected and processed by MEDEF for the operation of the comment section. It is stored in a database. Your email address will never be displayed on the site or used for any purpose without your consent. Pursuant to law no. 78-17 of 6 January 1978 on information technology, data files, and civil liberties, you have a right to access the processed data, and you may correct it or exercise your right to oppose it. You may exercise your rights by contacting us through our contact form http://eng.medef.com/contact-us.html or by sending a letter to the following address: Direction Evénements – Publications – Web 55 avenue Bosquet 75330 Paris Cedex 07, France. Pursuant to applicable regulations, your request must be signed and accompanied by a copy of an ID bearing the signature of its holder, and it must specify the address to which the response should be sent.
Furthermore, pursuant to the amended 21 June 2004 law on confidence in the digital economy, MEDEF owns and retains all data that can identify the authors of messages and will archive posted messages. This information may be communicated only to a legal authority who submits a request for it.
 
RSS FeedAn RSS feed is available to you: http://www.medef.com/medef-tv/rss_tv.xml. It allows you to automatically post on your site the latest news or information appearing on the MEDEF website. It is available from the "RSS" link located at the bottom of each page of the website.
The feed can be freely used, as long as it is not used for commercial or advertising purposes.
If you have any questions, you may email us via the form available on the "Contact us" page: http://eng.medef.com/contact-us.html

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