Terms of Service
IMPACT, Simplified Joint Stock Company with capital of 120,228,896 Euros, whose registered office is located at 150 Route de Lallaing 59148 Flines-lez-Râches, registered with the Douai RCS under number 881 069 777
Version of 07/07/2022
Article 1 – Definition and scope
“ IMPACT ” means IMPACT SAS, 150 Route de Lallaing, 59148 Flines-lez-Râches (France).
“ Impact Group ” means IMPACT as well as all of its subsidiaries that together make up the Impact Group.
” Site ” means https://www.impact-gr.com and any variation of this domain name.
“ User ” means any natural or legal person who accesses and/or uses the Site.
” Content ” means all the elements present or made available on the Site, in particular texts, fonts, illustrations, images, presentation documents, videos, etc.
“ Product(s) ” means any property offered for sale or rental on the Site.
These general conditions of use govern access to and use of the Site. Each time the User accesses and/or uses the Site, he unreservedly accepts to be bound by the general conditions of use and agrees to comply with the legal and regulatory provisions.
IMPACT reserves the right to adapt or modify, at any time, these general conditions of use. In the event of modification, the general conditions of use in force on the date of first access and/or first use of the Site by the User will be applied to the User.
Article 2 – Intellectual/industrial property of the Site and the Content
The Content of the Site is the exclusive property of IMPACT or third parties for which IMPACT holds the operating license.
IMPACT and the IMPACT logo appear on the Site and/or the Content and are registered trademarks owned by IMPACT. The user undertakes not to use, reproduce or distribute the Content of the Site and/or the trademarks owned by IMPACT, in any way whatsoever, except with the prior written authorization of IMPACT and, where applicable, taking the initiative to mention that they are the exclusive property of IMPACT.
Article 3 – Responsibility of the User.
The User agrees to access and use the Site for the sole purpose of preparing, evaluating and/or ordering Products or services provided by IMPACT and this for purposes consistent with public order, good morals and the rights of third parties.
The User agrees not to commit any act that may jeopardize the computer security of IMPACT or other Users. The User also agrees not to interfere with or interrupt the normal operation of the Site.
The User of the Site is responsible for implementing sufficient procedures and virus checks to satisfy the particular requirements guaranteeing the protection and security of data input/output.
Interactive spaces are made available to the User on the Site with, in particular, the possibility of asking questions and adding comments. The User undertakes not to post on the Site, in particular on these interactive spaces, any content violating any law whatsoever or presenting an obscene, defamatory or offensive character.
IMPACT reserves the right to remove such content from the Site, without prior notice. Where applicable, IMPACT also reserves the right to question the civil and/or criminal liability of the User.
Without prejudice to any other right of IMPACT arising from these general conditions of use, IMPACT reserves the right to suspend and/or prohibit the User’s access to the Site in the event of violation by the latter of one or other than the provisions of these general conditions.
Article 4 – Responsibility of IMPACT
IMPACT undertakes to make its best efforts to secure access to and use of the Site in accordance with the rules of use for the Internet.
IMPACT strives to provide Content on the Site that is as accurate as possible. However, IMPACT cannot be held responsible for indirect and/or consequential damages, including in particular, but without this enumeration being exhaustive, any financial or commercial prejudice, loss of customers, operating losses, loss of profit, loss of opportunity , which would result from access to and/or use of the Site and its Content.
The User is informed that IMPACT may temporarily interrupt access to the Site for technical reasons, in particular for technical maintenance. The User accepts these interruptions and waives any claim in this regard.
IMPACT does not endorse or accredit any third-party websites, and IMPACT shall have no liability in connection with any of them.
WHAT IS A COOKIE ?
Cookies consist of small information files sent to the User’s browser and saved within the User’s terminal, in particular computer, mobile phone. These files (hereinafter “Cookies”) include information such as the User’s domain name, the User’s Internet access provider, the User’s operating system, the date and access time.
Cookies allow IMPACT to improve the Content of the Site and the navigation of the User and they do not in any way risk damaging the User’s terminal.
In order to optimize the User’s experience on the Site and to allow him to benefit from certain personalized functionalities, IMPACT recommends that the User’s computer, tablet, mobile phone and/or any other terminal is configured to accept cookies.
WHAT TYPES OF COOKIES ARE USED BY IMPACT ON ITS SITE?
Essential Cookies :
These are all the Cookies that are essential and necessary for the proper functioning of the Site. These are in particular Cookies that allow Users to access the Site, to connect to their account and to use the features of the Site.
These Cookies do not collect any information about the User, which is in no way used for marketing purposes or shared and sold to third parties.
Functional cookies :
These Cookies allow Users to improve their experience on the Site and to access personalization of their navigation. These are all cookies that remember the choices made by the User and which, in particular, allow the actions carried out by the User to be remembered so that the latter, when leaving the Site and reconnecting, can resume its use. of the Site without losing this information.
All information collected by functional Cookies is used for the sole purpose of improving the functioning of the Site.
Disabling them may cause the use of the Site to malfunction.
Tracking and analysis cookies :
They consist of different tools analyzing the use of the site which is made in order to better understand the behavior of Users and improve their experience.
By disabling them, the use of the Site may be limited.
Targeting Cookies :
These Cookies display advertising banners likely to interest the User. They make it possible to redefine the targeting of these advertising campaigns in order to display content that is more relevant to each User.
By disabling them, navigation of the Site may be made more difficult.
WHAT ARE THE RIGHTS OF USERS?
The User has a right to access, withdraw and modify the personal data communicated by means of Cookies (more information on the CNIL website: “https://www.cnil.fr”) . The User can also block Cookies by activating the parameter of his browser which allows him to refuse all or some Cookies.
If the User refuses the registration of Cookies in his terminal, or if the User deletes those which are registered there, the User is informed that his navigation on the Site may be limited.
Where applicable, IMPACT declines all responsibility for any consequences related to the operation of the Site and any services offered by IMPACT, resulting from:
(i) the refusal of Cookies by the User, and/or
(ii) the impossibility for IMPACT to save or consult the Cookies necessary for their operation due to the User’s refusal of cookies.
Article 6 – Protection of personal data
The data entrusted to IMPACT by any User and/or generated during the User’s visit to the IMPACT website are essentially personal data, as defined in Article 4 of the Regulation (EU ) 2016/679 of April 27, 2016 (the “GDPR”).
A. WHY DOES IMPACT PROCESS THIS DATA?
Mainly in order to allow the navigation of the Site, to manage its contractual relations and to respect its legal obligations
IMPACT only collects the personal data necessary for the access and use of the Site by the User as well as for its improvement.
IMPACT may also process this data in order to proceed and manage its possible contractual relations with the User, in particular within the framework of a purchase of Products.
Data may also be collected and stored to meet IMPACT’s legal obligations.
This may include the following data: surname, first name, domicile or residence, telephone and fax number, e-mail address, bank account number, identifiers, passwords, connections, date of connections.
The communication of data to companies of the Impact group, suppliers, external service providers and/or consultants may be necessary for the performance of its mission.
They are forwarded to the tax administration. They could be sent to IMPACT’s counsel, to a bailiff or to any representative of the State in the event of legal recovery.
The duration of the conversation
The data will be kept for a period in accordance with IMPACT’s legal and regulatory obligations.
To promote the services of IMPACT
The data transmitted by the User and those received from third parties concerning him may be processed for the purpose of promoting the services of IMPACT through direct marketing.
This may include the following data: surname, first name, profession, telephone and fax number, postal address, e-mail address.
The User has consented or expressly consents to IMPACT being able to use the data entrusted to it for promotional and direct marketing purposes.
The User may withdraw their consent at any time by sending an email to “firstname.lastname@example.org”, without however this calling into question the lawfulness of previous processing.
IMPACT may communicate this data to companies in the Impact group, suppliers, external service providers, external sales representatives, distributors, resellers and/or consultants, to which the User explicitly agrees.
The duration of the conversation
These data are kept for this purpose until the User asks IMPACT to no longer process them or, in any case, up to 5 years after the last contact with the User.
OR ENSURE THE MAINTENANCE OF IMPACT FACILITIES
IT maintenance – IMPACT’s subcontractors responsible for the IT infrastructure, its management program, the creation and maintenance of its website and extranet could access the User’s data to the extent strictly necessary for the execution of their respective missions.
B. DATA LOCATION
The data is exclusively stored on servers located within the EU They will not be transferred to a country that does not offer an adequate level of protection, unless the processing requires the sharing of information with service providers, suppliers or distributors from countries other than EU member countries. In this case, IMPACT will ensure that appropriate guarantees govern this transfer.
C. WHAT ARE THE USER’S RIGHTS?
This right is fulfilled through this document. If the data processed includes the data of the User’s personnel, the latter undertakes to make the User aware of this document.
Access and rectification
The User has the right to access his data and have them rectified if necessary.
The User may oppose the processing of his data that IMPACT carries out on the basis of his legitimate interest.
When the data is processed by virtue of the User’s consent, he may at any time reconsider this decision, without however calling into question the past processing.
The User may obtain the erasure of his data or the limitation of processing under the conditions provided for in Articles 17 and 18 of the General Data Protection Regulations.
The data provided may be communicated to the User or transmitted to another controller in electronic format.
The data processing manager (IMPACT) and its data protection officer (email@example.com), if applicable, are available to the User for any questions and, subject to proof of their identity , for any request relating to the rights set out above.
If the User wishes further information, or if he wishes to lodge a complaint, he can contact the CNIL (3 Place de Fontenoy – TSA 80715 – 75334 PARIS CEDEX 07, Tel: +33 1 53 73 22 22, – du Monday to Thursday from 9 a.m. to 6.30 p.m. / Friday from 9 a.m. to 6 p.m. – Fax: +33 1 53 73 22 00, https://www.cnil.fr).
Article 7 – Applicable law and attribution of jurisdiction
These general conditions of use are subject to French law.
Any dispute relating to the validity, interpretation or execution of these general conditions of use will be subject to the exclusive jurisdiction of the courts of Douai.
Article 8 – Autonomy of provisions
The possible illegality or nullity of an article, a paragraph or a provision (or part of an article, a paragraph or a provision) cannot affect in any way whatsoever the legality and validity of the other articles, paragraphs or provisions of these general conditions of sale, nor the rest of this article, paragraph or provision.
In such a case, the Parties will replace the illegal or invalid article, paragraph or provision, or part thereof, with a legal and valid article, paragraph or provision having, as far as possible, legal effects. and/or economic similar to those initially targeted by the Parties when the contract was concluded.