GENERAL TERMS AND CONDITIONS OF USE
of the International Services portal
Thank you for choosing INTERNATIONAL SERVICES (“IS”), a limited liability company with a capital of €200,000, entered in the LORIENT Companies Register under 385 379 471, with head office at 9 rue Dupleix in LORIENT (56100)
When you use our services, we want you to be able to access your personal information.
We want to be transparent about how we collect and use data about you so that you have all the information you need to make properly informed choices.
Thus, these General Terms and Conditions of Use (“TCU”) are intended to define the terms and conditions governing the furnishing, access and use of data that you share on our portal as part of your application.
Any connection implies your automatic acceptance of these TCU.
Article 1: Definitions
The terms defined below will have the following meaning within the scope of this document:
- TCU: these general Terms and Conditions of use;
- Publisher: the publisher of the Portal mentioned in the Legal Notice;
- Portal: this web portal;
- Features: services made available to Users on the Portal, as described in Article 3 below;
- Site: physical site to which the User has access;
- Users: People connecting to the Portal.
Article 2: Creating, Activating and Modifying a Personal Account
The creation of a personal account requires that the User provide personal information, such as, as applicable, family name, first name, courtesy title (Mr, Dr, etc.) email address, telephone number, postal address, date of birth, copy of passport and police record. Mandatory information will be distinguished from optional information by way of a clear indication to this effect in the special form used to create an account. A User refusing to provide the mandatory information will not be allowed to create a personal account. Moreover, Users give an undertaking that the information they provide to the Publisher when registering shall be, at all times, complete, accurate and up-to-date.
When a personal account is created, it contains the following information:
- Identifier => electronic address chosen by the User
- Password => to be defined by the User.
Users give an undertaking to keep their passwords confidential, and Users bear full and sole liability for their password; therefore, the Publisher shall not incur any liability if a User’s account is used by a third-party who managed to gain access, no matter how, to that User’s identifier and/or password.
Article 3. Features
Users can use the Portal to access, and therefore avail of, some or all of the following Features:
- Create, activate or modify a User’s personal account;
- View payment history
- Information about the User’s application and departure.
As regards online payment, Users give an undertaking that they shall only use credit cards that they personally own. In the event of fraudulent use of credit cards, the Publisher shall not incur any liability. Unless Users have given permission for their banking card information to be stored by us, they must enter this information every time they make a payment (i.e., banking card number, expiry date and security code). Portal security is catered to using the https protocol, and the online payment via credit card is managed by a specialist services provider. Banking card information is sent over a direct, secure link to the specialist’s organization.
Article 4: Intellectual Property
The contents of the Portal, as well as trademarks, drawings, models, animated or non-animated images, texts, photographs, logos, graphic charters, software and programs, search engines, databases, sounds, videos, domain names, design, know-how of the Publisher and all the other contents of the Portal (the "Elements"), without this list being exhaustive, are the exclusive property of the Publisher or third parties who have granted a license, and are protected by intellectual property rights that are or will be recognized by the laws in force.
The Publisher grants the User a free, personal, non-exclusive and non-transferable right to access and use the Portal and the Portal’s Features for strictly private and non-commercial purposes, subject to the User accepting and respecting these TCU. All other rights are expressly excluded without the express agreement of the Publisher.
Consequently, the User agrees to refrain, directly and indirectly, from all and any acts likely to directly or indirectly infringe the intellectual property rights on these Elements. Any downloading, reproduction, representation, adaptation, decompilation or total or partial deletion of some or all of the Elements is prohibited and constitutes an infringement punishable by the provisions of the Intellectual Property Code.
This authorization is non-exclusive, free and valid worldwide and for all legal periods of protection of the applicable rights.
Article 5. IT Data Privacy – Data Processing & User Rights
The personal data communicated, inter alia, when creating a personal account are subject to computerized processing. This processing is carried out in compliance with the modified law n ° 78-17 of 6 January, 1978 (hereinafter "French Data Privacy Law").
The mandatory data collected via the forms on the Portal are clearly indicated and concerns, in particular, first name, family name, sex, email address, date of birth, phone number, resume. In the absence of a reply, or if the information provided is incorrect, the Publisher will not be able to process the request. Other data is optional.
The processing of personal data is for the purpose of the Features as well as for the management of security, the proper functioning of the Portal and Features, and the detection and resolution of incidents or problems related to the use of the Portal.
The Publisher processes, collects and retains only personal data voluntarily provided by the User. Any content published by the User may be deleted by that User.
In accordance with the French Data Privacy Law, a User has a right to access, modify, rectify and delete data concerning him/her. Thus, User may thus require the rectification, completion, clarification, updating or deletion of any information concerning him/her which is inaccurate, incomplete, equivocal or out-of-date.
The User also has the right to formulate specific or general guidelines regarding the storage, erasure and communication of that User’s post-mortem data.
To exercise the above rights, the User must send a request to this effect by email to the address listed in the Legal Notice.
Article 5 – Duration of Data Storage
The Publisher give an undertaking to keep the personal data of the User for a period that does not exceed the duration necessary for the purposes for which they were collected and processed. The personal account of a User will be automatically deleted if s/he so requests, otherwise the User's data will be kept in storage.
The Publisher may also retain certain information related to the execution of these TCU for a certain period of time in order to comply with the applicable legal provisions. This data will however no longer be available online.
The personal data of the User collected via the forms on the Portal are intended for the processing, by IS, of that User’s application.
Article 6 – Contract Duration and Termination
This contract has been signed for an indefinite period and will remain in full force and with full effect as long as the User uses the Features or keep that User’s personal account.
The Publisher reserves the right to take all necessary measures, including the deletion of a User’s personal account, without having to give reasons nor prior notice, nor carry out formalities nor pay damages to the User in the following cases: court ruling handed down against the Publisher to this effect; failure on the part of the User to respect these TCU or the law; suspicion of fraud.
Article 7 – Miscellaneous
It is expressly agreed that the headings of these TCU have been used for the sole purpose of simplifying reading, and should not be taken into account in interpreting the contract.
If any of the provisions of these TCU were to be declared void or unenforceable, for any reason whatsoever, it shall be deemed as never having existed and shall not affect the validity and binding force of any other stipulation contained in the TCU.
Article 8 - Applicable Law – Litigation
These TCU are governed exclusively by French law (any translation is for information purposes only). Any dispute relating to the interpretation and/or execution of these TCU shall, in the first instance and to the greatest extent possible, be settled by amicable negotiation. Failing amicable agreement, the dispute will be submitted to the competent court of Lorient.