The website www.storkcom.com is published by
SAS with a share capital of €172,980,
whose registered office is located at 1 rue Charles Tellier, 17000 La Rochelle,
TCR 479 653 438 LA ROCHELLE,
SIREN number 479 653 438,
Intracommunity VAT FR 52 479 653 438,
represented by Malik Sersar, in his capacity of Director.
Phone number: +33(0) 546 340 547
Email address: Contact us
Director of the publication: Marie-Hélène PORET.
Green Business International
whose registered office is located at 22-24 rue du Président Wilson 92300 Levallois-Perret
SIREN number 393 005 152,
represented by Malik Sersar, in his capacity of President.
Email address: Contact us.
Director of the publication: Malik Sersar.
Design and realisation: MOUSTIC MULTIMEDIA
SARL with a share capital of 8,000 euros,
whose registered office is located at 2 avenue du Commandant Lisiack, 17440 Aytre, France
TCR 443 526 397 LA ROCHELLE,
SIREN number 443 526 397,
represented by Fabien Ferdinandy, in his capacity of Director.
Phone number: +33(0)18.104.22.168.87
Access to and use of the site are reserved for strictly personal use. The site user engages to not use this site and the information of data therein for commercial, political, or advertising purposes nor for any form of commercial solicitation, and particularly the sending of non-solicited emails.
Personal data which may be collected on the site is mainly used by the Publisher to manage relations with the site user, and if applicable to process orders. They are stored in the Publisher’s client file, and this file, created from personal data, is declared to the CNIL.
In compliance with the provisions of Act no. 78-17 of 06 January 1978, as amended, concerning IT, files and liberties, you have the right to access, question, modify and delete information concerning you. Such right may be exercised at any time with the Publisher either by postal mail at the following address: 1 rue Charles Tellier, Chef de Baie, 17000 La Rochelle, France, or by email to the following address: Contact us.
You may receive information, invitations and commercial offers from the Publisher. If you do not wish to receive them, please untick the box “I accept to receive information from Storkcom” at the bottom of the contact form.
If, while consulting the site, the user accesses personal data, he/she must refrain from any collection, non-authorised use or act which may represent harm to private life or the reputation of persons. The Publisher declines all responsibility in this respect.
COOKIES AND PERSONAL DATA
The visited site uses trackers (cookies). Therefore, the site may access information already stored in the electronic communication terminal device of the user and stock information there.
What is a cookie?
A cookie is a small text file containing various information. It is placed in the memory of the user’s terminal (computer, tablet, smartphone etc.) by the server of the visited website or by a third -party service (web analytics service, etc.) It permits the identification of the terminal of your next visits over the validity or storage period of the cookie. Third-party companies may also, according to your choice, leave cookies upon your computer (e.g. Google Analytics, Facebook, etc.). Whatever the type of cookie, only the issuer of a cookie is able to read or modify the information contained therein.
What are the various types of cookies used by www.storkcom.com?
Essential cookies: There are required for the proper operation of the site, since they enable the access of reserved spaces thanks to data stored during the browsing session. They enable us to save information on the forms which the user may fill out on our site, and to adapt the representation of our site to the display preferences of his/her terminal. Without these cookies, it would not be possible to use our site under normal conditions.
Analytical or performance cookies: These bare cookies enable us to know the use and performance of our site and to improve its operation. It measures in particular your browsing date (volume of visits, sections and content visited, etc.). These cookies are essential since they enable us to improve the interest and the ergonomics of our services, and even detect browsing problems.
Social media cookies: Certain pages of our site use plugins emanating from third parties, which allow the internet user to share content from our site with others. This is the case for the “share” or “like” buttons emanating from social networks such as Twitter or LinkedIn. We have no control on the processes employed by social networks to collect information relating to the browsing of visitors to our site. We invite users of our site who are also members of one of these networks to consult the privacy protection policies of said social networks in order to learn of the usage purposes, in particular concerning advertising, of the browsing information which may be collected through these application buttons.
These trackers cannot be deactivated from the site, for technical reasons. The user may however refuse the use of such cookies, exclusively through the settings of his/her browser. This configuration depends on the browser he/she is using, but in general, it is easy to perform: in principle, it is possible either to activate a private browsing option or to forbid or limit trackers (cookies). Note however, that trackers may be stored on the terminal of the user before the configuration of the browser: in this case, the user must delete the browser history, again using the configuration of the browser.
Important note: We remind you that the configuration of your browser concerning cookies may modify the conditions of access to our services. If the browser is configured is such a way as to refuse all cookies, the user cannot fully benefit from our services.
In this case, we may not be held responsible for any impaired functioning of the site and services resulting from the impossibility to save or consult cookies necessary for such functioning which have been refused or deleted.
onfiguration of the browser of the site user
The configuration of cookie management depends on the browser used: Here are online help tools to configure them:
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More information on cookies
The placing of hyperlinks to all or part of the site is strictly forbidden without prior written permission of the Publisher, requested by email at the following address: Contact us.
The Publisher is free to grant or refuse this permission without having to justify his/her decision. If the Publisher grants his/her permission, this is temporary in all cases and it may be withdrawn without explanation at any time.
In any event, all links must be removed upon the simple request of the Publisher.
The presence of hyperlinks to other sites does not comprise a guarantee of quality of the content and proper operation of such sites. The liability or Storkcom shall not be engaged with regard to the content of said sites. The internet user must use such information with the usual precautions.
SITE CONTENT (Copyright)
All trademarks, photographs, texts, comments, illustrations, animated or non-animated images, video clips, sounds, all IT applications which may be used to operate this site, all downloadable documents and more generally all elements reproduced or utilised on this site are protected by the legislation in force regarding intellectual property.
They are the full and complete property of the publisher and its partners. Any reproduction, representation, utilisation or adaptation in any form whatsoever is strictly forbidden without the prior written agreement of the publisher. The fact of the Publisher not initiating legal action from the moment of cognizance of such non-authorised use does not imply acceptance of such use nor waiver of legal action.
Any reproduction – even partial and in any format or medium – of the site www.storkcom.com is thus strictly forbidden without the prior written consent of Storkcom and/or Green Business International, except in the event of private use without any commercial intent. It will in all events be subject to the obligation to display the website address in a clear and legible fashion: www.storkcom.com
The establishment of any hyperlink pointing to the website www.storkcom.com is subject to the same rules, except in the case of a hyperlink to the homepage.
The liability of the Publisher may not be invoked in the case of failure, breakdown, difficulty or interruption of operation which impedes access to the website or its functionalities.
The material used to connect to the site by the user is the entire responsibility of the latter. He/she must take all appropriate measures to protect such material and his/her own data, notably with regard to viral attacks from the internet. He/she is solely responsible for the sites and data consulted.
The Publisher may not be held liable in the case of legal proceedings against the site user arising:
– from the fact of using the site or any service accessible via the Internet;
– from the user’s failure to comply with the present terms and conditions.
The Publisher is not liable for damages caused to the user of the site, his/her equipment, or to third parties, dues to his own connection to or use of the site. Consequently, the latter waives all legal action against the Publisher in this regard.
If the Publisher is the object of extra-legal or legal action due to the improper use of the site by a user, he/she may have recourse against the user to obtain indemnification of all prejudice, convictions and costs which may arise from such action.
For the smooth operation of the site, the Publisher may at any moment:
– suspend, interrupt or limit access to all or part of the site, reserve access to the site or certain sections of the site to a determined type of internet user;
– delete any information which may disturb the functioning of or breach national or international law, or which may breach the rules of Nétiquette;
– suspend the site to proceed to updates.
The present terms and conditions of use are governed by French law and are subject to the jurisdiction of the courts of La Rochelle, subject to a specific attribution of competence resulting from a legal provision or specific regulation.
In the case of a dispute, the Parties agree to seek an amicable solution before resorting to legal action before the competent court.