1. The website is published by MATIERE GRISE INDUSTRIE, a simplified joint-stock company with a share capital of €97,569, registered with the RCS [Trade & Companies Register] of Lyon under number 535 021 208, headquartered at:
172 Rue de Charpenay – Parc d’activités du Charpenay – 69210 Lentilly Headquarters telephone number: +33 (0)4 78 34 95 28
The Chairman of the Board of Directors of MATIERE GRISE INDUSTRIE and the Publishing Director is Mr Freddy JOCHIMEK.
Website hosting is provided by OVH: 2 rue Kellermann
59100 ROUBAIX – France
Telephone number: 0820 698 765 (Indigo no. €0.118/minute).
2. The whole of this website and all of the elements comprising it and/or that are visible/present on it (models of furniture, drawings of furniture, registered patents, content, text, photographs, illustrations, diagrams, graphic representations, brands, logos, domain names, etc.) are protected by the provisions of the French Intellectual Property Code.
Matière Grise Industrie is the sole owner of the intellectual property rights pertaining to these elements, either originally or by virtue of a license or by express authorization.
The use of all or part of these elements, in particular by downloading, reproduction, representation, distribution, etc., for purposes other than the personal and private use of the internet user for non-commercial purposes is strictly prohibited. Infringement of Matière Grise’s rights exposes the perpetrator to penalties and, especially, to those provided for by the French Intellectual Property Code with regard, in particular, to copyright infringement (Article L. 335-1 et seq.), drawings and models (Article L. 521-1 et seq.), patents (Article L. 615-1 et seq.) and brands (Article L. 716-1 et seq.), as well as by the French Civil Code with regard to civil liability (Article 1382 et seq.).
3. Within the context of the use of the website, Matière Grise may be required to collect personal data relating to internet users, necessary for registration on the website in order to receive the newsletter, or for the creation of a customer account, or for any exchanges with the latter, such as, in particular: title, surname, given name, email address and password, telephone number, etc.
No personal data is collected without the internet user’s consent. The optional or compulsory nature of the information to be provided to Matière Grise will be indicated beforehand. Internet users are not obliged to provide personal data to Matière Grise.
However, if internet users refuse to provide certain personal data, Matière Grise will be unable to send internet users its newsletter and/or reply to their messages and/or process their order requests. In any event, if internet users do not wish, or no longer wish, to receive the Matière Grise newsletter, they may notify Matière Grise by accessing, once authenticated on the website, the “My Info” section, or by sending a request by email to email@example.com, or by phoning 04 78 34 95 28. Internet users are also able to unsubscribe from the Matière Grise newsletter by clicking on the unsubscribe link appearing in the footer of each newsletter sent to them.
The information provided by internet users must be complete and correct at the time it is given in order for Matière Grise to be able to process user requests.
Pursuant to Law no. 78-17 of January 6, 1978 pertaining to data processing, files and freedoms, the collection and processing of personal data concerning internet users has been subject to a declaration filed with the CNIL [French National Commission for Data Processing and Civil Liberties] (receipt no. 2160530 v 0). All internet users have the right to access, correct and erase the personal data concerning them collected and processed by Matière Grise. They may exercise this right at any time by accessing, once authenticated on the website, the “My Info” section, or by contacting Matière Grise by email at firstname.lastname@example.org, or by phoning 04 78 34 95 28.
Internet users’ personal data will be used by Matière Grise and by nobody else.
Matière Grise may be required to place a cookie (alphanumerical identifier) on the hard disk of internet users’ computers, for the sole purpose of being able to recognize them when they next visit the website.
Information concerning internet users’ navigation, provided by a cookie, will be held on the website for no longer than one year. Internet users may refuse the storage of cookies on their hard disk by configuring their internet browser (Internet Explorer, Mozilla Firefox, Opera, Safari, etc.) in this sense. To this end, internet users are advised to refer to their internet browser’s operating instructions (“Help” section of the browser’s toolbar), or to obtain any necessary information from the software’s publisher.