Legal Notes

This site belongs to and is operated by Athegram. The presentation and all of the contents, including the brands, logos and domain names, that appear on the site (hereafter, ‘the Site’) are protected by the applicable intellectual property laws. The contents of the site may not be copied, reproduced, modified, altered, uploaded, distorted, transmitted or distributed in any way, on any support, in whole or in part, without Athegram’s prior written consent, except where the use is strictly for the needs of the press and on the understanding that the intellectual property rights and any other applicable property rights shall be respected. The only type of copying permitted is that done for personal, private and non-commercial use. The following remark must appear on any authorised copy of the full or partial content of the Site: ‘Copyright 2017 Athegram, all rights reserved’, accompanied by a link to the website All authorised use of the Site’s contents must be made without distorting, modifying or altering them in any way whatsoever. Athegram reserves the right to take action against any infringement of its intellectual property rights.
Athegram has no control over the content of third-party websites. A link to a third-party website on does not mean that Athegram offers any type of guarantee or accepts any liability in respect of the content of said third-party website and the use that may be made of it. Users are responsible for ensuring that they take all due precautions to safeguard against possible viruses on the sites visited. Unless prior written consent has been obtained from Athegram, users of the website may not create any type of hyperlink, on any other website, that leads to a page on the website, including deep linking and framing or any other similar technique that would take a user directly to one of the secondary pages of the website, bypassing the home page.
3.1 Athegram will not disclose to any third parties, your personal information, which you may have provided by electronic means. Your personal details will be used solely for the purpose of replying to you as efficiently as possible. Pursuant to French data protection legislation (Law 2004-801, dated 6 August 2004, which amends Law 78-17, dated 6 January 1978), you have the right to access, amend, correct and delete any of your personal information held by us. To exercise this right, please contact us by sending an e-mail to:
3.2 The Site is not intended to receive confidential information from site users. Consequently, and with the exception of the personal information described above, all information of any kind – documents, data, graphs, questions, suggestions, designs, remarks or any other – which may be submitted through the Site cannot be considered as confidential under any circumstances.
Athegram shall not be held accountable and declines all liability in respect of the information provided on this website and any facts or events arising from the use of such information. You as the user are solely responsible for any direct, indirect, material or immaterial damage caused, based on or arising from your use of this Site or the use by any other user authorised by you. Use is understood to mean any and all use of the Site, whether fraudulent or not. You waive any claim or legal action relating to such damage, based on Athegram’s contractual liability as the editor of this Site or any other basis. Hyperlinks may take you to other websites. When you click on such links, you will be leaving this Site and going to other sites over which Athegram has no control. Consequently, Athegram declines all liability in the event that the content of such sites infringes any applicable legislation or regulations. Furthermore, you are reminded that no hyperlink leading to the website may be inserted on any other website without the Site editor’s prior and specific consent. Unauthorised hyperlinks will therefore be considered as an infringement for which the applicable penalties have already been outlined above. Athegram warns persons who may be in a position of parental responsibility about the diverse nature of the content available on the Internet and which may be harmful to minors. Parents are therefore encouraged to supervise their children when they are using the Internet.
While Athegram has taken all the necessary measures to ensure the reliability of the information, services, software and products contained in this website, it declines liability for errors, omissions, viruses or other outcomes that may arise as a result of the improper use of such content. Athegram is bound only by a simple obligation of means. You as the user represent and warrant that you are fully aware of the characteristics and constraints of the Internet and, in particular, that the online transmission of data and information is only relatively reliable in technical terms, since such data and information circulate on heterogeneous networks with varying technical characteristics and capacities that may interfere with or completely prevent access at certain times. Athegram makes every effort to ensure that the website can be accessed at all times, but it is under no obligation to actually achieve such round-the-clock availability. Athegram and/or its suppliers may therefore interrupt access to the website, in particular for maintenance and updating purposes. Access may also be interrupted for any other reason. Athegram declines any and all liability for such interruptions and any consequences that may arise from them for you as the user or for any third parties. You are reminded that Athegram may shut down or change the characteristics of the website at any time and without prior notice. Athegram declines any and all liability for any loss of data or any damage that may arise in connection to said data. No information or advice provided by Athegram may be construed as any form of guarantee. Furthermore, hyperlinks may take you to external third-party websites. Athegram has no control over such websites and declines all liability in respect of their content.
Any complication, claim or dispute arising from or connected to these Conditions for Use shall be settled in accordance with French law. In the event of disputes, the French courts shall have sole jurisdiction.
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These cookies allow us to gather statistics about visits to the Athegram website and to detect any browser problems in order to monitor and improve the quality of our site and its content.
If you wish, you can configure your browser to enable or disable certain cookies, in particular statistics cookies. This means that your browser will refuse any cookies you disable. If you disable our cookies, your visits to the website will not be counted on Google Analytics. However, you will also no longer be able to benefit from certain functionalities that ensure the quality of your browsing experience.
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