Terms of use for Tics (get-tics.com)

ARTICLE 1 : Definitions

The “terms of use” are used to define the usage of Tics by the User and define an agreement.

This agreement states that :

This website, there after called “the Publisher”, “Tics” or “the Website”,

Anyone wanting to use the website and it’s services, there after called “the User”.

This agreement must have been accepted by any User and using the website counts as the user accepting the agreement.

ARTICLE 2 : Legal

The Tics website (https://get-tics.com) is administered and edited by Techpaf, SA located at 95 Bis rue de Paris (92100 Boulogne-Billancourt).

Techpaf is represented by Olivier Destenay.

ARTICLE 3 : Accessing the services

Tics’s Users have access to the following services :

  • Browsing the site
  • Creating a user account
  • Any User with internet access can access the site for free and from anywhere. The costs incurred by the User to access it (internet connection, computer equipment, etc.) are not the responsibility of the Publisher.

    The following services are not accessible to the User unless he is a member of the site (that is to say, he is identified using his login details):

    • Adding / removing properties (websites)
  • Consulting the data of its properties
  • Downloading the data of its properties
  • The website and its various services may be interrupted or suspended by the Publisher, in particular during maintenance, without notice or justification.

    ARTICLE 4: Responsibility of the User

    The User is responsible for the risks associated with the use of his login ID and password.

    The User's password must be kept secret. In the event of password disclosure, the Publisher declines all responsibility.

    The User assumes full responsibility for the use he makes of the information and content on the Tics website.

    Any use of the service by the User directly or indirectly resulting in damage must be compensated for the benefit of the Website.

    The site allows members to register properties on the site, a property includes:

    • A title (User defined)
  • A URL (website address)
  • Usage data
  • The member agrees to be the owner or administrator of the site that he registers in his property. By registering a property on Tics, the User authorizes Tics to collect and store data on the usage of said property.

    ARTICLE 5: Responsibility of the Editor

    Any malfunction of the server or the network cannot engage the responsibility of the Publisher.

    Likewise, the site cannot be held liable in the event of force majeure or the unforeseeable and insurmountable fact of a third party.

    Tics undertakes to implement all the necessary means to guarantee the security and confidentiality of data. However, it does not provide a guarantee of total security.

    The Publisher reserves the right to not guarantee the reliability of the sources, although the information published on the site is deemed reliable.

    ARTICLE 6: Intellectual property

    The contents of Tics(logos, texts, graphics, videos, etc.) are protected by copyright, under the Code de la Propriété Intellectuelle.

    The User must obtain the authorization of the site editor before any reproduction, copy or publication of these various contents.

    These can be used by users for private purposes; any commercial use is prohibited.

    The User is fully responsible for any content he uploads and he agrees not to harm a third party.

    The Site Editor reserves the right to freely moderate or delete the content posted by users at any time, without justification.

    ARTICLE 7: Personal data

    The User must provide personal information in order to register on the website.

    The user's electronic address (e-mail) may in particular be used by Tics for communicating various informations and managing the account.

    Tics guarantees respect for the user's privacy, in accordance with Law No. 78-17 of January 6, 1978 relating to computers, files and freedoms.

    The CNIL filing number is being created and will be specified as soon as it has been obtained.

    By virtue of articles 39 and 40 of the law dated January 6, 1978, the User has the right to access, rectify, delete and oppose his personal data.

    The User exercises this right via:

    • A contact form

    ARTICLE 8: Property data

    The data generated by the User’s properties are his property. Therefore, the User agrees to be authorized to collect data on his property.

    Property data can be deleted at the request of the user directly from their account settings.

    A backup cycle is defined by the export of all of Tics’ data, its storage and archiving for a specified period. During a new backup cycle, the old data is deleted.

    Tics cannot be held responsible in the event of an accidental deletion request from the User.

    Tics undertakes to make every effort to delete property data at the request of the user.

    Tics uses regular data backups, it is possible that data that has been requested to be deleted may still exist until the next backup cycle.

    Tics cannot be held responsible in the event of persistence of data whose deletion has been requested before the start of a new backup cycle.

    Tics undertakes not to process User property data.

    Only usage statistics regarding the use made of the service by the User are likely to be collected.

    ARTICLE 9: Hypertext links

    The domains to which the hypertext links on the site lead are not the responsibility of the Publisher, who has no control over these links.

    It is possible for a third party to create a link to a page on the Tics site without the express permission of the publisher.

    ARTICLE 10: Evolution of the general conditions of use

    Tics reserves the right to modify the clauses of these general conditions of use at any time and without justification.

    ARTICLE 11: Duration of the contract

    The duration of this contract is indefinite. The contract becomes effective with regard to the User from the start of use of the service.

    ARTICLE 12: Applicable law and competent jurisdiction

    This contract depends on French law.

    In the event of a dispute not resolved amicably between the User and the Publisher, the courts of Paris? maybe Boulogne? are competent to settle the dispute.