Welcome to the www.engie.cn website (here-after “Site”). By accessing, visiting and/or using this Website, you acknowledge that you have read, understood and agree to be bound by these Terms, and that you undertake to comply with all relevant laws and regulations. If you do not agree to these Terms, please do not use this Website. You undertake to access the information provided on this Website exclusively for personal and non commercial use. You may only use the Website for legitimate purposes. It may not be used or misappropriated for purposes contrary to Public Order and Morality. As the content of the current Terms and Conditions may change, we advise you to check it regularly.
1. Legal Information
The Site is the property of ENGIE SA (here-after “ENGIE”) having its registered office at Tour T1, Faubourg de l’Arche, 1 place Samuel de Champlain, 92400 Paris La Défense Cedex, France.
2. Technical Information
The user of the website “www.engie.cn” recognizes having the skills and means required to access and use the Site. The user recognizes having checked that the Site’s IT configuration is not infected by a virus and that it operates perfectly. The user recognizes having been informed that the Site is accessible 24/7, except in the case of force majeure, IT problems, problems related to the structure of the telecommunications network or other technical difficulties. ENGIE may interrupt the running of its Site for maintenance reasons. ENGIE will endeavour to give prior notice to the users.
3. Site Content
Data provided by ENGIE is for information purposes only. ENGIE does not guarantee the accuracy, completeness or the timeliness of the data published on its Site. The use of this data is therefore the user’s sole responsibility. ENGIE cannot be held liable for the use of the Site or the data provided on it. ENGIE uses its best efforts to provide users with available and verified data and/or tools but cannot be held liable for errors, the non-availability of data and/or the presence of a virus on its Site. ENGIE reserves the right to modify any content of the Site at its sole discretion. Pursuant to its policy of updating and improving the Site, ENGIE may decide to modify these Terms.
4. Data protection and Freedom of Information
In accordance with the 2004 amendment of Act No 78-17 of 6 January 1978 on Data Processing, Data Files and Individual Liberties, France, you are hereby informed that the information you provide via the forms available on the Site is used exclusively by ENGIE in its capacity of controller, for administrative and commercial purposes and to meet your demands. In accordance with the above-mentioned law you have the right to access, withdraw and modify the personal data by contacting the following address: ENGIE SA – BU CHINE Tour T1, Faubourg de l’Arche 1 place Samuel de Champlain 92400 Paris La Défense Cedex, France Email : China.firstname.lastname@example.org For legitimate reasons, you can object to the use of the personal data provided.
5. Respect for privacy
As a user of the Website, you are bound by the relevant laws, and notably the French law on privacy, data protection and freedom of information. Infringement of this law is a criminal offence. In particular, you must refrain from compiling and using in any fraudulent manner any personal data you obtain, and from any action likely to damage the privacy, reputation, esteem, image or sensitivity, of any individual or corporation, and notably of ENGIE, by avoiding any defamatory, provocative, malicious or threatening comments, messages or texts on any medium.
6. Intellectual Property Rights protection
The Site is governed by the French law on copyrights, on trademarks and, in general, on intellectual property rights. The overall structure, software, texts, databases, animated and non-animated images, sound and know-how and any other component of the « www.engie.cn » website are the exclusive property of ENGIE China or are subject to rights of use or exploitation. Any full or partial representation, modification or reproduction of this Site or of its content by any kind of process and on any data medium without ENGIE’s written authorization is prohibited and constitutes an infringement sanctioned by sections L. 335-2 and the following, of the Intellectual Property Code. The brands and other distinctive signs such as the logos appearing on the website are the exclusive property of ENGIE or of its partners. Any total or partial reproduction of these brands or logos without ENGIE’s written authorization is also prohibited, regardless of the context and the data medium, and is a punishable offence according to articles L. 716-1 and following, of the Intellectual Property Code.
When you visit this Website, a session ID cookie may be automatically installed and temporarily stored on your hard drive to facilitate your browsing of the Site. Once the session ends, the cookie is destroyed. A cookie is a small randomly generated text file that a Website transfers to an individual’s computer hard drive to help facilitate his or her browsing, streamline registration procedures or assist in the measurement of visitors to the Site. By definition, a cookie does not enable us to identify those who visit our Site. Visitors to our Site have the option of refusing those cookies of session by reconfiguring their browsers accordingly (see the method suggested by the CNIL at http://www.cnil.fr/). Doing this may have an impact on your browsing of the site, or make the browsing difficult. Visit the following site http://www.cnil.fr for further information (in English, Spanish and French).
ENGIE may not be held liable for hyperlinks to other websites, and particularly for the content of those websites. ENGIE is not liable for hyperlinks from other sites to this Website and no such links may be set up without its prior written authorization.
9. Governing law
The Site is governed by French law. The present Terms and Conditions shall be governed by and construed in accordance with French law. Any litigation is to be settled exclusively by a French court of law. If, for any reason, a competent jurisdiction concludes that a provision of the present Terms and Conditions is invalid, this does not in any way affect the validity of the remaining terms, which will continue to be effective.