80 Quai Voltaire
Registered Office: 16-18 rue Chalgrin, 75016 Paris,
Share capital: Euros 29,691,046 – RCS Paris B 300 702 305
Tel: + 33 (0) 126.96.36.199.00
Publishing Director: Daniel HARARI
The LECTRA Site is provided by LECTRA (hereinafter "Site"). Upon access to the LECTRA Site, the user agrees to the following terms and conditions:
This Site contains information and advertisements that are protected by the rights of intellectual property, trademarks, or other applicable laws. The User may not modify, copy, distribute, transmit, display, perform, reproduce, publish, license, create derivative works from, transfer, or sell any such information or advertisements. The User shall not reproduce, resell or exploit for any commercial purpose or for free the Site or any portion thereof.
The creation of links or framing of the Site requires the prior authorization of LECTRA, which can be revoked at any moment, subject to the entire discretion of LECTRA. LECTRA reserves the right to remove any links to the Site that have not been, or can no longer be, authorized.
The LECTRA Site is likely to contain links to other sites. LECTRA does not endorse and is not responsible or liable for the content of such sites. The presence of such links on the LECTRA Site does not imply in any way that LECTRA has any control or approval of the content on such links. LECTRA recommends the user to refer to the policies of the respective sites.
LECTRA does not guarantee the accuracy or reliability of any information accessed from the Site.
Information on this Site is provided for informational purposes only. Third party information and stock trading facilities provided on this Site are not intended for trading purposes. LECTRA is not liable for any errors, omissions, or delays in information provided by the Site.
Collection of Data by LECTRA
The provision and use of personal data contained in the Site is necessary to process the User's request. Such information is to be used by LECTRA for the sole purpose of processing the User's request and potentially for marketing purposes. Such information may also be disclosed to third parties or business partners of LECTRA. The User may refuse such disclosure of personal data by writing to LECTRA at the following address, 16-18 rue Chalgrin, 75016 Paris, France.
The User has the right to access, modify, rectify, and delete his/her personal information by contacting LECTRA at the above address.
LECTRA takes the appropriate measures, in compliance with applicable laws, to ensure the security and privacy of personal data collected on the Site. However, LECTRA does not control the operation of the Internet and warns Users of potential risks concerning confidentiality of information transmitted by the Internet.
What information does LECTRA collect and why?
The User authorizes LECTRA to use its IP address to help diagnose problems with its server, to administer its Web site, or to gather general demographic information.
The User may choose to fill out a registration form on LECTRA's site with contact information that LECTRA may need. This information is used to send the User requested information or products, to contact Users with other product information, news, or promotions, and to learn more about visitors of the Site. The User may choose not to receive any further information from LECTRA any time.
If the User gives LECTRA his e-mail address, LECTRA will communicate with the User via e-mail. LECTRA does not share the User's e-mail address with others outside the LECTRA companies, except as set forth in the following paragraph:
Registration for third party services at LECTRA Online.
The User may wish to register for third party services via the Site. These services are available through the LECTRA Site but are provided by a third party which is not typically affiliated with LECTRA. When the User signs up for one of these services, he acknowledges and agrees that it may be necessary for LECTRA to communicate some of its personal data to such third party. In addition, if the User's e-mail address is required to obtain a service chosen by the User, LECTRA will also give the User's e-mail address to such third party. LECTRA may thus disclose the User's e-mail address to such third party only in the event that the User has specifically asked for this service and if the service cannot be provided without the User's e-mail address.
For more details the User may look into the personal confidentiality rules of the concerned third party.
From time to time, LECTRA may conduct online surveys. Such surveys may ask the User for demographic information, such as zip code or industry sector. If the online survey collects contact information, LECTRA may use that data to send the User further information only if LECTRA specifically asks for the User's permission in the survey. The User is free to opt out of receiving future mailings at any time.
User Profile Data
LECTRA may use all information collected from the User's profile data.
The User's Consent and LECTRA'S Revisions
By using the LECTRA Web site, the User agrees to the collection and use of the information as described here. If LECTRA decides to make changes to this use of the information, LECTRA will inform the User.
Applicable law - Jurisdiction
The present conditions are governed by the French law.
The French Courts have exclusive competence for all litigation related the use of the LECTRA Site.
Lectra, a French Société Anonyme with a capital of Euros 29,691,046
World Headquarters & Registered Office: 16-18 rue Chalgrin - 75016 Paris - France