Website Publication :
Route de Sauvigny – BP 136
89 204 AVALLON Cedex
Email : email@example.com
Publication Manager: Christophe BERTRAND, President, Simon SAS
Website design :
55, route de Louhans
71 370 Saint Germain du Plain
Tél : 06 81 65 61 13
Email : firstname.lastname@example.org
Web : www.gayacommunication.fr
GAYA Communication is a brand of GAYA Development and Strategy, an LLC with a capital of 10,000 €, recorded in the Chalon sur Saône (France) trade register under number 809 526 981.
Web Host :
2, rue Kellermann
59 053 ROUBAIX CEDEX 1 – France
Hotline: 0 820 698 765
Web : www.ovh.com
Simplified joint-stock company with a capital of 10,000,000 € – Roubaix-Tourcoing trade register 424 761 419 00045
The site in its entirety, as well as the technical elements that compose it (including graphic charts, software that operates the site, animations, databases, technical platforms, etc…) are the exclusive property of GAYA Communication, who has the exclusive right to use the pertaining intellectual property rights and personality rights, including brands, designs, copyright, and image rights.
Furthermore, the texts, images, photographs, documents, as well as all works integrated in the site, are the property of Simon SAS, or of third parties who authorized the company to use them.
The whole of these elements constitutes intellectual works protected by articles L.111-1 onward of the Intellectual Property Code.
The use of all or part of the site, including by retrieval, downloading, reproduction, transmission, reverse engineering, decompiling, disassembling, presenting, or broadcasting for other purposes other than personal, private use for non-commercial means by the web user is strictly prohibited. Violating these rules will subject the perpetrator to the sanctions provided in the Intellectual Property Code, notably for copyright piracy (articles L.335-3 onward), trademark rights (article L.716-9 onward), and in the Civil Code regarding civil responsibility (article 9, articles 1382 onward).
The information published here is verified regularly.
Simon SAS declines all responsibility for errors or omissions.
To report an error or request the rectification of information, please contact us by email at the following address: email@example.com
The technical information found on this site is for informative purposes only, and is susceptible to change over time.
Simon SAS cannot be held responsible for users’ interpretations of the information contained on the site.
It is up to the users of this site to take all the necessary measures to protect their personal information and/or equipment from possible contamination from viruses circulating on the Internet.
In general, Simon SAS declines all responsibility for possible damage that occurs during the consultation of this site.
Hypertext links :
In the spirit of the Internet, links to other sites that appear on this site are communicated for information purposes only, and Simon SAS shall not be held responsible for their content nor for their access requirements. Conversely, any person (physical or moral) who wishes to create one or more links to one or more web pages from this site must first contact Simon SAS to obtain their permission.
Simon SAS declines all responsibility concerning links created by other sites to their own sites. The existence of such links cannot be allowed to imply that Simon SAS endorses them of approves of their content.
In order to guarantee the identity and integrity of their site, Simon SAS reserves the right to forbid links that do not meet the purpose of the site, or that harm the image of the company.
Data Protection :
Only general statistics on Internet traffic are collected during your visit to the site: number of visitors, number of visits, country of origin of the visits, type of navigator used, among others. This information is collected only to allow the association to analyze the visits to the site in order to improve the content. The data relating to visitor navigation is not used nominatively.
The personal data collected from the site results from the voluntary communication of an e-mail address at the time that an electronic message is sent (this information is not saved).
The e-mail addresses collected in this way only serve to transmit the requested elements of information. The collected e-mail addresses will not be given to third-parties nor subjected to any other treatment by Simon SAS.
In accordance with articles 39 and 40 of Law 78-17 of 6 January 1978 relating to information files and personal freedom, you have the right to access and rectify your personal data. In order to exercise this right, you can contack Simon SAS through our contact form or by post.
Cookies are small data files that store information relating to a website.
If you, as a user, would like to refuse this treatment, you can disactivate the cookies in your navigator by using the following procedures specific to each navigator: Mozilla Firefox; Google Chrome; Internet Explorer; Opera; Safari; iOs; Android; Windows Phone…
• Information must be given to the user, who must be able to oppose its use (this refusal must be able to be done from any terminal,
• The data collected must not be cross-checked with other personal data processing (for example, client files or visitation statistics from other sites),
• The submitted tracing elements must only be used to produce anonymous statistics and must not be used to follow the users’ navigation on other sites. It must not be kept longer than 13 months and must not be extended during new visits to the site,
• Raw attendance data that is associated to a username or identifier must not be kept for more than 13 months,
• The use of an IP address to geolocate the user must not make it possible to determine their street: only the first two bytes of IPv4 addresses may be saved and potentially used for geolocation (for IPv6 only the first six bytes may be saved).
French Reference Laws :
• Law 78-17 of 6 January 1978, relative to data processing, files, and personal freedom,
• Law of 29 July 1881, on freedom of the press,
• Law 2000-719 of 1 August 2000, extract from the law concerned with the responsibility of tech providers