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II - LIMITATIONS OF LIABILITY
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The tools for indexing, formatting and highlighting the contributions and personalised spaces of Internet users are there only for information purposes and are intended to highlight certain messages, but in no way constitute an endorsement of their content.
III - GENERAL CONDITIONS OF USE OF UP-MAGAZINE.INFO
UP' MAGAZINE is an online information magazine that allows users to consult and comment on proposed content. Subject to prior registration, UP' MAGAZINE also provides Internet users with the possibility to publish content, create, manage and participate in the construction of information, participate in online debates, create personalised spaces that allow them, for example, to display RSS feeds of their choice, save their bookmarks or follow the activities of other readers, store, share and comment on their personal and collective content.
These services are subject to change over time. With regard to these general conditions of use, the Internet user who carries out one of the acts detailed in the paragraph "The Contents" herein is called "Registered", "Registered Internet user" or "User".
By registering on the site in accordance with the terms and conditions set out below, you expressly and unreservedly accept the T&C. The current T&C can be consulted at any time on the up-magazine.info site and can be downloaded and printed.
The publisher reserves the right to modify the Terms and Conditions. Each registered Internet user acknowledges that UP' MAGAZINE may modify them in whole or in part at any time without notice and without information. Any modification of the Terms and Conditions will be specifically mentioned on the up-magazine.info website. All Interactive Services covered by the previous general terms and conditions of use will be immediately subject to the said modifications as of that date.
Modifications to the general terms and conditions of use are deemed to be accepted under the same conditions as the modified general terms and conditions of use.
3 Rights and obligations of Subscribers
a. Prerequisites for use
Subscribers must, when using the Interactive Services, i.e. in particular when writing a comment to an article or registering for the personal space, transmit their personal details online to the space reserved for this purpose so that they can be contacted by UP' MAGAZINE.
In order to benefit from certain features of UP' MAGAZINE, the user must create an account using the online form provided for this purpose. The creation of an UP' MAGAZINE account is intended for use by adults or minors under the supervision of an adult. All Internet users can read the articles and comments and, if necessary, comment on them.
The creation of an account also assumes that the Internet user has a valid e-mail address. He or she remains free to modify the content of the Personal Data communicated on this occasion at any time. Access to his or her account is made by entering his or her username or e-mail address and associated password, which he or she alone ensures the confidentiality of. Use of the Site following registration is valid for an indefinite period.
UP' MAGAZINE reserves the right to terminate it at any time, by e-mail, subject to reasonable notice. In the event of non-compliance with the TOS by a User, his personal account may be, immediately and without notice, temporarily or permanently deactivated. UP' MAGAZINE also reserves the right to delete any article or comment brought to its attention that is manifestly contrary to the rules mentioned in the TOS and in the Charter, or that would be the subject of a declaration by a third party.
Under no circumstances can the registered Internet User engage the responsibility of UP' MAGAZINE for this fact.
b. All Subscribers undertake to keep strictly confidential all passwords and identifiers assigned to them by UP' MAGAZINE within the framework of the use of the Interactive Services.
The Registered Internet User undertakes in particular not to pass on any of his or her passwords and identifiers to any third party and furthermore agrees to bear all liability arising from the use of these passwords and identifiers under conditions identical to those which would prevail if such use were of his or her own making. The Registered Internet User may change his or her identifiers and passwords at any time.
Within the framework of his contribution to the content of UP' MAGAZINE, by means of texts, images, sounds, videos or comments, the User is required to respect the legal and regulatory provisions in force.
Any information, text, image, animated or not, data, sound, multimedia file, page structure, code, function, navigation element, hyperlink, domain name or any other contribution is called "Content" by these terms and conditions.
The User guarantees that the storage and distribution of this content via UP' MAGAZINE does not constitute offences as referred to in article 9 of the Civil Code, the law of 29 July 1881 on the freedom of the press, articles 225-4-1 and following of the Penal Code:
- a violation of the intellectual property rights of third parties (in particular, articles, works, photos, creations, clips, television programmes, short, medium and/or feature films, animated or not, advertisements, which the Internet user has not personally produced or for which he does not have the necessary authorisations from the third party holders of rights on them);
- an attack on individuals (in particular defamation, insults, insults, etc.) and respect for the right to image and privacy;
- an offence against public order and morality (in particular, glorification of crimes against humanity, incitement to racial hatred, violent content, pornography, etc.) ;
- The registered Internet user is also prohibited from fixing, recording or transmitting for distribution the pornographic image or representation of a minor, or making it available and sharing it by any means whatsoever.
d. Miscellaneous liability of the user
The Registered Internet User shall refrain from using any false, fictitious or third-party identity when using the Interactive Services.
All Subscribers undertake not to perform any act likely to limit, prohibit or disrupt the normal use of the Interactive Services by other users of the Interactive Services and by other Internet users when consulting UP' MAGAZINE, or to damage the content of any other Subscriber. All viruses, worms or Trojan horses, "spam", chain or "snowball" type electronic mail are covered by the foregoing provisions.
He also refrains from manipulating identifiers and passwords in order to conceal the real origin of any Content.
Any Subscriber also agrees not to collect, exploit or extract any Content for the purpose of constituting a database or an identical, similar or even only competing service to the Interactive Services.
The Registered Internet User is also prohibited from accessing in any way whatsoever without authorization the content of another Subscriber, and from modifying it in any way whatsoever or commenting on it when the comment is not permitted by the Interactive Service in question.
e. The commitments and obligations of UP' MAGAZINE
UP' MAGAZINE is in principle accessible 24/24h, 7/7d, except in the case of an interruption, scheduled or not, for maintenance purposes or in case of force majeure. Being in fact subject to an obligation of means, UP' MAGAZINE cannot be held responsible for any damage, whatever its nature, resulting from the unavailability of the website.
Furthermore, article 6 of the law of 21 June 2004 may oblige UP' MAGAZINE to transmit, under the conditions it refers to, all information in its possession concerning the identity of any Subscriber.
UP' MAGAZINE has the right to modify or interrupt all or part of any or all of the Interactive Services, to limit the ability of a Subscriber to create or participate in one or more Interactive Services in order to avoid any abusive use of said services, to delete all or part of any Content following a request based on article 6 of the law of 21 June 2004, or to make access to said Content impossible, regardless of the merits of the request and even in the event of a dispute by the Subscriber - and even if said deletion or impossibility of access also prevents the Subscriber from accessing his/her own Content, either temporarily or permanently.
Users accept that UP' MAGAZINE may place, where and when it wishes, any type of commercial advertising that complies with the regulations applicable to one or other of the Interactive Services, without this placement being able to lead to any claim whatsoever on the part of a Subscriber.