General terms of use

Updated on 11/02/2020

Article 1. Acceptance of the General Terms of Use

The user of the Website (the “User”) acknowledges having read all the provisions contained in these general terms of use (the “GTU”) which s/he accepts irrevocably and without any reservations. Publisher may update these GTU at any moment. Therefore, User is invited to refer to the latest applicable version of the GTU.Notwithstanding the use of the terms “Bolloré”, “Bolloré Group”, “we”, “us” or “our”, it is specified for all intents and purposes that each company of the Bolloré Group has a separate legal personality and that their use may not be interpreted as giving rise to any joint and several liability between Bolloré S.E. and its subsidiaries or among them.



Article 2. User’s undertakings

User acknowledges that s/he has the skills and means required to access and use the Website. Subject to the provisions regarding to personal data and to cookies which are set out below, User providing information through the Website grants Publisher and to all entities of the Bolloré Group all transferable rights regarding said information and authorises them to use them at their discretion, said information being deemed non confidential and must be accurate, lawful and must not be detrimental to the interests of third parties. The Website may only be used by adults. User shall in particular refrain from compiling and using in any fraudulent manner any personal information to which s/he has access through the Website, and more generally, from any action likely to damage to privacy, reputation, sensitivity, corporate image, of any physical or legal person, and more specifically Publisher, its subsidiaries, affiliated entities and directors, by avoiding any defamatory, provocative, malicious, denigrating or threatening comments, messages or texts on any medium. Finally, User shall not use the Website and the information and data contained therein for commercial, political, advertising or any form of commercial solicitation, including sending unsolicited e-mails.



Article 3. Contact form

User may, if s/he so wishes, fill in the contact form by providing her/his name, email address, a topic and a message, it being specified that the fields “Name”, “E-mail” and “Message” are mandatory, in order to be able to respond to contact requests. As specified in the provisions relating to Personal data and to cookies, the data provided by User through the contact form may be used by Bolloré S.E. in order to enable the bringing into contact and exchanges regarding its philanthropy activities.Under no circumstances will this data be used for commercial purposes or transmitted to a third party, unless there is a legal or regulatory obligation to the contrary.

By submitting the contact form when clicking the “send” button, User irrevocably accepts without reservations all the provisions contained in these GTU and acknowledges having read the provisions regarding personal data and cookies.

Save for issues relating to the User’s personal data, Publisher shall not be bound to respond to any solicitation by User, including through the contact form.

Users can exercise their rights of access, rectification, opposition, deletion, limitation, portability, but also define the fate of their data after their death under the conditions mentioned in the Personal data protection charter & Cookies.



Article 4. Intellectual and industrial property rights

Save for rights expressly granted by Publisher, the intellectual property rights related to documents in this Website and each of the elements created for this Website are the exclusive property of Publisher, which does not grant any license or right other than that of consulting the Website. In particular, the brands and other intellectual property rights shown on the Website are the property of relevant Bolloré Group entities. Reproduction of any documents published on the Website is only permitted for information purposes for personal and private use. Any reproduction or use of copies made for other purposes is therefore expressly prohibited.



Article 5. Management of the Website

In order to manage the Website, Publisher may at any moment:

− suspend, interrupt or limit access to all or part of the Website;

− delete any information which may affect its functionality or infringe national or internal law or with the rules of Netiquette;

− suspend the Website in order to carry out updates.



Article 6. Informations regarding the Bolloré Group

The Bolloré Group does its utmost to ensure that the information published on this Website is accurate and updated regularly, and reserves the right to modify its contents at any time without giving prior notice. However, the Bolloré Group cannot guarantee that the information made available on this site, including all the hyperlinks or other computer links used directly or indirectly, is accurate, precise or comprehensive. It is therefore recommended that User check the information by other means.

In view of the above, Bolloré Group disclaims all responsibility:

− for any inaccuracies, errors or omissions regarding information on this Website;

− for any damage resulting from fraudulent intrusion by a third party leading to the modification of the information available on this Website;

− and, more generally, for any direct or indirect damage, whatever the cause, origin, nature or consequences, resulting from access by any person to this Website or from the impossibility of accessing it, as well as from use of the site and/or from the credit given to any information originating directly or indirectly on this Website.

The Website may contain certain non-historical information which constitutes forward-looking statement, and more particularly prospective statements regarding events, trends, projects or future objectives. These statements are based on the management’s current views and assumptions and are subject to substantial risks and uncertainties which may result in a significant difference between the actual results and those contained explicitly or implicitly in such statements (or any previous results). Additional information regarding risks and uncertainties are set out in the documents filed by Publisher with the competent authorities. Forward-looking statements are made at a certain date and Publisher does not undertake to update or revise them, be it as a result of new information, future events or for any other reason.

Furthermore, the information set out on this Website should not be considered as an incitement to invest. Under no circumstances should it be interpreted as canvassing, nor does it constitute an invitation to apply for, purchase or exchange shares or securities issued by any entity of the Bolloré Group. The information has not been checked by the appropriate authorities as required in the context of securities offerings to the public.



Article 7. Liabilities

Publisher shall not be liable for any lack of availability of the Website’s functionalities, or any viruses or malware that might be present on the Website. No claim may be brought against Publisher in the event of error, failure, breakdown, difficulty or interruption preventing access to the Website or to one of its functionalities. The equipment used to connect to the Website by User is under her/his fully responsibility. User shall take all appropriate measures to protect his equipment and his own data including from virus attacks through the Internet.

Publisher shall not be liable in the event legal proceedings are brought against User regarding her/his use of the Website or any service available through the Internet or regarding non-compliance by User with these GTU.

Publisher shall not be liable for damages caused to User, to third parties or User’s equipment arising from this connection to or use of the Website and User waives any claims against Publisher in this respect.



Article 8. Hyperlinks

All hyperlinks to all or part of the Website are strictly forbidden, unless previously approved in writing by Publisher. Publisher may freely refuse such authorization at its absolute discretion, including without any justification. In the event Publisher grants such authorization it shall be temporary in nature and may be withdrawn at any time, without any justification by Publisher.

In any event, any link must be withdrawn upon Publisher’s request.

Any information accessible through a link to other websites is not under Publisher’s control which disclaims any liability regarding their content.



Article 9. Governing Law

These GTU are governed by French law and are subject to the exclusive jurisdiction of the courts located in Nanterre, France, provided specific laws and regulations do not grant jurisdiction to another court.

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