1. Ownership of site:
1.1. The web site www.crossknowledge.com and its translated versions are the sole and exclusive property of the company E-LEARNING S.A.S., with a capital stock of 305 556 €, entered in the TCR for Nanterre under number B 429 782 006, whose registered office is at 4, Rue du Port aux Vins, 92150 Suresnes, France.
E-LEARNING S.A.S.., in its capacity as Site Publisher, grants the user a private, non-collective and non-exclusive right of use over the said content. The titles E-LEARNING and CROSSKNOWLEDGE, and the other titles mentioned on the Site, and the logos and slogans are, unless indicated otherwise, trade marks lodged by E-LEARNING S.A.S..
1.2. All data of any kind whatsoever, and in particular the texts, graphics, logos, icons, images, audio or video clips, trade marks, software packages and characteristics of the CrossKnowledge site shown on the site and its versions, are protected by copyright, trade mark rights and all other intellectual property rights, and belong to the company E-LEARNING S.A.S.. or to third parties that have authorised E-LEARNING S.A.S.. to exploit them.
1.3. Under these conditions, the User undertakes not to reproduce, summarise, modify, alter or re-circulate, without the prior express consent of the Publisher, any text, title, application, software package, logo, image, video, graph, trade mark, information or illustration for anything other than strictly private use. All other forms of representation (e.g. for professional or commercial purposes or publication in numbers) without prior express authorisation shall constitute an act of counterfeiting.
1.4. Similarly, the User undertakes not to copy part or all of the Site onto any other site and/or onto an internal business network. The User undertakes in particular not to extract the Site as a whole, or any part of it, for the purpose of importing and storing the contents and the database.
1.5. Any creation of a hypertext link from a web site to this Site must be given prior express authorisation from the company E-LEARNING S.A.S.. E-LEARNING S.A.S.. may withdraw this authorisation at any moment without the requirement to justify the decision to withdraw.
Third party sites are not under the control of E-LEARNING S.A.S.., which is not responsible for the content of these sites, the links that they contain or any changes or updates made to them.
E-LEARNING S.A.S.. supplies these links for convenience or information, and the inclusion of any link does not imply that E-LEARNING has endorsed the site beforehand.
The risks linked to the use of these sites therefore rest wholly on the user, who shall comply with their conditions of use.
2. Access and availability:
2.1.Access to the Site is free and guaranteed to be continuous and permanent, except in cases of force majeure or events outside the control of E-LEARNING S.A.S.., and subject to any technical breakdowns or interventions, maintenance works or updates essential for the Site to function properly.
2.2.E-LEARNING, and all third parties involved in creating the Site, do not give any explicit or implicit guarantee, or assume any responsibility, in relation to use of the Site. In this regard, they cannot be liable to pay any user or other party for direct, indirect, special, specific or accessory damages arising from the use of this Site or of another site connected by a hyperlink.
3.1. For all information or questions, our Customer Department is available to help you:
– Preferably via e-mail, using the “Contact us” contact form.
– Also by post to the following address:
E-LEARNING S.A.S. – CROSSKNOWLEDGE,
4, Rue du Port aux Vins,
92150 Suresnes, France
3.2. The CrossKnowledge.com site and its translated versions, as well as the structure and services provided within the site, may be altered and updated without any form of notice.
3.3. E-LEARNING S.A.S.. reserves the right to alter the terms of the present conditions unilaterally.
For the future, the new clauses shall govern all the relations between the Parties, and only the latest on-line version shall be binding between them.
3.4. If one of the provisions of these present conditions is considered void in accordance with a legal or regulatory provision, either present or future, or in accordance with a court decision carrying the authority of a thing judged and issued by a court or competent body, the said provision shall be considered unwritten, while all the other provisions of these present conditions shall remain obligatory between the Parties.
3.5. These conditions of use are governed by French law, both for substantive rules and for formative rules.
3.6. In the event of a dispute, the parties shall agree to search for a private resolution before calling on the competent French jurisdiction.
5. Credits :
Website by : Indexel
Photos : ©Thinkstock, Istock, CrossKnowledge