In application of Articles 6-III and 19 of the French Confidence in the Digital Economy Act n°2004-575 dated June 21st 2004, own as L.C.E.N., we inform our users and visitors of the « TicketIn.net » website of the present terms and conditions.

The Website « TICKETIN » can be accessed at the following address: « ticketin.net » (named « Website » hereafter). The access & use of the Website is subject to the « Terms & Conditions » detailed hereafter, as well as to any applicable laws and/or regulations.

Connecting to the Website, using it and/or accessing it in any way implies full and complete acceptance by the user of all of the dispositions contained within these “Terms & Conditions”.

Article 1 – Legal information

In application of Article 6 of the French Confidence in the Digital Economy Act n°2004-575 dated June 21st 2004, we shall mention below the identity of the various people or entities running the Website and maintaining it.

The Website is published by:
Themys Consulting, with its head offices located at:
4, boulevard Pierre Toesca, 83000 Toulon, France
Phone : +33 (0) 970 440 960 , contact email: contact[@]ticketin.net
R.C.S. Toulon 802 177 634, S.I.R.E.T. : 802 177 634 00010
NAF : 62.02A, T.V.A. non applicable, art. 293 B du C.G.I.
Hereafter named "Publisher".

The director of publication is Mrs. Julie Gassin.
Contact email: contact[@]ticketin.net
Hereafter named “Director of publication”.

The Website is hosted by a company called o2switch, located at the following address:
222-224 Boulevard Gustave Flaubert, 63000 Clermont-Ferrand, France.
It is a limited company with a capital of 100 000 euros, and is a Telecom Operator registered with ARCEP.
Phone: +33 (0) 444 446 040
Hereafter named "Webhost".

Is considered a User anyone accessing the Website, reading it, viewing it, or using it. Hereafter named “Users”.
Hereafter named “Users”.

Article 2 – Accessibility

The Website is in theory accessible to Users 24h a day and 7 days a week, except for interruptions, either scheduled or not, for maintenance reasons or in case of force majeure or emergency.
In case the Website goes down, we commit to doing all we can to restore access to it as soon as possible.
The Website and its owners or managers may not be held responsible for any damages or loss of any kind resulting from the lack of access to the Website.

Article 3 – Data collection and the data protection act

This Website is registered with the C.N.I.L. (Commission Nationale Informatique et Libertés), the French data protection agency, under number 2084753v0.
Any personal data collected via the Website is destined exclusively to the Publisher, and is collected for administrative and commercial management purposes. This data shall never be resold to any third party.
Moreover, data collection complies with the dispositions within French law 78-17 dated January 6th 1978 relating to Information Technology, Files and Civil Liberties. In accordance with this law, the Users may request to have their data deleted (articles 32 & 38), to access their data (articles 38 & 39) or to rectify it (article 40). In order to exert this right, Users must contact the Publisher via the means mentioned in Article 1, mentioning their last name, first name, postal address and email address.

Article 4 – Cookies policy

The Website may resort to the use of “cookies”, which enables us to improve your navigation, manage statistics and information about the traffic the Website receives. In conformity with European legislation, the Website has updated its policy regarding the confidentiality of cookies. Users may accept or refuse cookies for any or all websites by modifying the parameters of their browser.

Article 5 – Copyright

This whole Website is protected by applicable French and international copyright laws relating to intellectual and industrial property. All graphical elements, images, texts, animated sequences (with or without audio),
logos, brands, and/or product names depicted or represented on the Website are protected by intellectual property laws and, depending on each case, are either the property of the Publisher or the property of third parties having authorized the Publisher to use them on the Website.
Reproduction or representation, either partial or complete, of elements from the Website is not permitted without prior written consent from the Publisher, whether it may be for commercial use or not.
The Publisher accepts no responsibility for any links to third party content outside of the present Website.

In case of dispute regarding the contents of the Website, despite the attention and care provided by the Publisher to avoid such occurrences, Users are asked to please contact the Publisher via email or via post by registered mail, to the address mentioned in the present Terms & Conditions.

Article 6 – Applicable law and jurisdiction

The present Terms & Conditions apply under French law. In case of a legal dispute and failing an out-of-court settlement, the dispute shall be referred to the relevant French tribunal, in accordance with the applicable rules of jurisdiction.