TERMS AND CONDITIONS OF USE

1. ACCEPTANCE OF TERMS AND CONDITIONS

Upon accessing the website, the user agrees to abide by these terms and conditions. These conditions may be modified at any time by the Publisher without prior notice. Users are therefore recommended to read it regularly. If you are not able to abide by any of the condtions set forth below, you should cease using this website and its services.


2. PERSONAL DATA - CONFIDENTIALITY

This site uses the NedStat service to provide anonymous statistical data. Please refer to their own Privacy Policy. When posting in the site forums, your IP address will be logged. Your email address will be supplied with your post if you choose to provide it. The site forum uses cookies to manage user accounts of members and visitors. These cookies are not used to track users outside of the website . The publishers of this site will never release any information about our users at any time to any third parties.


3. USER'S UNDERTAKING

3.1
The user undertakes to use the website and its services for strictly personal, non-commercial purposes.

3.2
The user is responsible for any content (information, software data, images, sound, messages, etc.) uploaded, displayed or transmitted. Consequently, the user shall refrain from transmitting any content that might constitute, without being limited thereto, incitation to hatred, violence, racism, discrimination, crimes and offences, attacks on privacy, slander or libel, or that may infringe intellectual property rights or any other rights of third parties, or that might mislead other users or violate any of these terms and conditions, or any law or national or international regulations, or more generally that might obstruct or disturb the smooth functioning of the webite. It is forbidden to transmit any information containing viruses, or any other content disruptive to the websites or to third parties, or more generally likely to infringe applicable laws, or interfere with the use or enjoyment of the website by any other user.

3.3
The user undertakes to guarantee and indemnify the Publisher against any damage or claim by any party that may arise out of the sending, circulation or transmission of content by the user or unauthorised use of the website or failure to respect the provisions of these terms and conditions.


4. PUBLISHER'S RIGHTS AND LIMITATION OF RESPONSIBILITY

4.1
The Publisher reserves the right at any time to interrupt or suspend all or part of the services, or modify, supplement or improve the existing services to enhance or improve the ease of use without prior notice or obligation to provide any compensation. Furthermore, the Publisher may terminate the right of access in whole or in part, delete any account and/or password and withdraw any content broadcast by any user for whatever reason the Publisher sees fit without prior notification.

4.2
The Publisher does not guarantee the conformity of the website to a specific use or need, nor its functioning free from interruptions, errors, disturbances, viruses or defects of any kind, cases of force majeure, vicarious liability, nor the truthfulness, reliability or accuracy of the information placed online or the quality of the services, or conformity of the services to the user's needs.

4.3
The Publisher may not be held responsible for any direct or indirect damage resulting from the use or inaccessibility of the website and its services, especially the default in performance of the website and/or software, lost, corrupted data or fraudulent access thereto, defects in user installations, accidental virus transmission, harmful third party behaviour or actions, loss of profit or data, nor for any direct or indirect damage suffered by any third party as a result of any infringement of their private rights by any content supplied by the users.

4.4
The website contains links to other sites published by providers other than the Publisher.. These sites are run by third parties, totally distinctly and independently from the Publisher. Having no control whatsoever over the activities, products or services on offer on said sites, the Publisher may in no way be held responsible for their content. Any transactions, correspondence, or operations on third party sites are the sole responsibility of the publishers of the sites concerned.


5. INTELLECTUAL PROPERTY

5.1
The Publisher enjoys intellectual property rights or rights of use or distribution relative to the material contained on the site, including, but without being limited thereto, domain names, trademarks and logos, graphics and illustrations, images and photographs, articles & editorial content.

5.2
The user shall refrain from copying, duplicating, extracting, digitising or disassembling onto any medium enabling the reconstitution in part or in whole of the website files, altering, selling, republishing, transmitting, distributing on-line or directly or indirectly exploiting for commercial purposes, all or part of the intangible elements of the website, services or any right of access to the website.

5.3
The user undertakes to only use the elements of intangible property of the Publisher for private, non-collective and non-exclusive purposes, including the right to copy and store one single copy for mirrored backup or paper printing. This right is individual, non-transferable and reserved for exclusive usage by the user. Unauthorised use of the said elements shall subject the infringing party to the civil and criminal penalties provided by law.


6. APPLICABLE LAW

The present general terms and conditions shall be governed and interpreted under the laws of England and Wales.


7. MISCELLANEOUS

The Publisher reserves the right to subcontract or assign to a third party the rights and obligations arising from this agreement.

The Publisher's tolerance of a user's non respect of any of the obligations in these terms and conditions, or its non-application of any legal action to which it is entitled thereunder, may in no way be interpreted as a waiver of its rights.

Should any of the provisions of the terms and conditions be considered unlawful under a present or future law or statute, or by a decision of court, the said provision shall be deemed unwritten and all the remaining provisions of the Charter shall remain in full force and effect between the parties.