general conditions of use of the institut.ina.fr website

1. AGREEING TO THE GENERAL CONDITIONS OF USE

 

When you connect to the institut.ina.fr website , published and put on line by the Institut National de l’Audiovisuel (“the Publisher”), you agree to comply with the General Conditions of Use (“the Conditions”), which are legally binding between you and the Publisher.

The Conditions are accessible on line at all times.

The applicable conditions are those that are accessible on line on the Site the day you connect.

The date of the latest update is indicated both at the top and the bottom of this document. Before you use the Site, we would suggest you go to this address.

The Publisher reserves the right to periodically change the Conditions to adapt them to the functionalities and services provided by the Site or to meet new legal and regulatory conditions.

If, after the modification on the Site indicated by the date of the update, the earlier General Conditions of Use remain accessible via other websites, a cache service or any other means, they will not be opposable to the Publisher. Consequently, you are invited to connect directly to the Site to read the General Conditions of Use in force.

In continuing to navigate on the Site, you agree unreservedly to comply with the General Conditions of Use in force, and French law.

Furthermore, you recognise that you have the legal age required to contract, or otherwise are authorised by your legal representative to accept the present Conditions.

Besides these present Conditions, the Site’s Press area, accessible at https://presse.ina.fr/, is subject to its own Conditions of Use regarding specific functionalities. If you consult or navigate in the Press area, or use their resources, we would ask you to refer to these Conditions of Use.

2. USE OF THE SITE

Besides the functionalities expressly offered by the Site, you agree not to disclose or distribute all or part of the Site or its content (see article 3 below) without prior consent by the Publisher.  

In connecting to the Site, you agree not to remove, modify or alter, or attempt to remove, modify or alter, all or any part of the Site or its content.

Within this framework, you agree not to disrupt or undermine any or all of the functions of the Site, and notably those which ensure its security or limit or block the use, diffusion or reproduction of the Content.  

3. RIGHTS RESERVED

In connecting to the Site, you have access to content that is protected by law and notably by clauses in the French Intellectual Property Code.

Access to graphics, photos, software, players, texts, information, videos, sound and all other data accessible on the Site, or via the Site (hereafter “the Content”) is authorised by the Publisher solely for strictly personal use and for no other use than those strictly authorised or required by the navigation on the Site.  

You agree not to access Content in any other way but through the ad hoc Site pages or by any other means the Site provides, namely the player(s) made available to you to view audiovisual and sound Content (hereafter the Audiovisual and Sound Content). All other uses of the Content, and notably, the reproduction of all or part thereof, the distribution, transmission, public communication, decompilation, disassembly, marketing or making all or part of the Site available in any way whatsoever, free or against payment, are forbidden except by prior, written agreement by the Publisher.

The Site allows you to view free of charge or by streaming without temporary or permanent downloading, Audiovisual and Sound Content for private and non-commercial use within your family as provided for and authorised by the normal functionalities of the Site.

Beyond this framework, downloading, transferring and communicating to a third party or an audience other than the person visiting the Site, all or part of the Content, and particularly the Audiovisual and Sound Content, whether these contents can be consulted on the Ina player or any other player exported on to the Site by the Publisher, is expressly forbidden without the written prior consent of the Publisher.

The access to, and use of, Content is strictly reserved for private and non-commercial purposes. By using the “Share” function, you agree not to associate the Content – directly or indirectly – with any type of commercial product or service, and notably links, which send visitors to the Site, or any other site linked by the Publisher.

Users syndicating the Site's RSS streams do so within the limits of the authorised functionalities. Moreover, if you use an RSS aggregator, you take full editorial responsibility for the Site's content presentation on your own site. The Publisher declines any responsibility in this respect.

More generally, within the framework outlined, you agree not to use the Content in any way whatsoever (i) to support a political, social or religious thesis, for pornographic purposes, or (ii) in a way that would break the law or the regulations in force or (iii) that would tarnish the image or the reputation of the Publisher or a third party.

The Publisher reserves the right to withdraw access to all or part of the Content at any time and without notice.

In this respect, the Publisher cannot be held responsible for this withdrawn access. If you share a page of the Site on a social network page that belongs to you, it is up to you to check on your communication regularly to ensure its consistency, and the availability of the Content concerned.  

4. INFORMATION AVAILABLE ON THE SITE

Despite the Publisher’s efforts to offer the most accurate presentation of its activities, it cannot guarantee the availability, reliability, updating and exhaustiveness of the information on the Site.

It is up to you to carry out the necessary checks, especially if you use this information professionally.

To this end, you agree that it is your responsibility if you use this information. The Publisher can in no way be held responsible for any damages resulting from your use or exploitation of information found on the Site.  

5. TECHNICAL RESPONSIBILITY

It is up to you to take all the appropriate measures to protect your own data and/or software from possible contamination by viruses circulating on the Internet.  

The Publisher takes no responsibility for any direct or indirect damages and provides no guarantee:

- that the present site meets the demands and requirements of its users,

- that the services available on the Site are secure, uninterrupted, punctual, exact or reliable,

- that the performance of the services available on the Site are free from error or offer a particular level of quality,

- that the present site is free from viruses or any other harmful element that may affect your IT equipment or your connected objects.  

When you connect to the Site, you must take all necessary precautions to avoid introducing or spreading a virus on the Site, or the other Institut national de l’Audiovisuel websites, or third-party websites available through links.

No guarantee can be applied to the Site or its Content that is not expressly provided for in the Conditions or legal or regulatory clauses in force.

The Publisher is entitled to interrupt the Site permanently or temporarily at any time and without notice, for maintenance reasons or for absolute necessity, and cannot be held responsible for this.

6. PERSONAL DATA

The Site provides access to certain functionalities for which you are asked to first complete a form. The personal date gathered on this form are compulsory to enable us to process your request. These data are communicated solely to the Ina staff handling your request.

The information collected are protected in compliance with the Data Protection Act no. 78-17, known as the “Informatique et Libertés” law dating from 6 January 1978, and the Ina Privacy Charter.

For further information on personal data, please read the Ina Privacy Charter

7. TERMINATION

In the case of violation of all or part of the present Conditions, the Publisher reserves the right to block your access to the Site, immediately and without notice.

8. REGULATION ON THE AMICABLE SETTLEMENT OF DISPUTES – CONSUMER MEDIATION

 In the case of a dispute with the Publisher regarding the use of the Site, the user can have recourse free of charge to a Consumer Mediator to find an amicable solution to the dispute in compliance with Article L 612-1 of the French Consumer Code.

However, before recourse to Mediation, the User must have first tried to solve the dispute by writing directly to the Publisher, at:

Ina

Direction juridique (Legal Department)

4 avenue de l’Europe

94366 Bry-sur-Marne Cedex

 The User then has one year from the date of the complaint to refer the case to the relevant Consumer Mediator.

At the present time, the Publisher is not in a position to provide the contact details of a Consumer Mediator competent in Ina’s areas of activity. However, if, once you have observed the above-mentioned recourse, you still wish to consult a Consumer Mediator, the Publisher will recommend a substitute mediator you are free to agree to.

Furthermore, the website at https://webgate.ec.europa.eu/odr/main/?event=main.home.show&lng=EN can be used to solve the dispute on line.

9. APPLICABLE  LAW

 These Conditions constitute the entire agreement between you and the Publisher regarding the use of the Site.  

The Conditions are governed by French law.  

Without prejudice to the clauses of the above-mentioned Article 8, any litigation relating to the interpretation or implementation of the Conditions will be submitted to the relevant French legal authorities.

You have the right to access, modify and contest the information concerning you. This right may be exercised by requesting the form available here:

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