The website https://www.commandersact.com (hereafter “the Site”) that you are currently visiting is maintained by Fjord Technologies whose trading name is Commanders Act and head office is located at 3 bis rue Taylor 75010 Paris | France, registered under the Siren No° 527 730 782, represented by Mr Michael Froment as CEO.
The publishing director is Mr Michael Froment as CEO.
The Site is hosted by Fjord Technologies, located 3 bis rue Taylor 75010 Paris and registered under the SIREN number 527 730 782 000 44.
This Site is under the jurisdiction of French law.
Rules concerning conflict of law shall not apply; French law shall be applied fully and unreservedly.
By visiting this Site and using all or part of the Site’s features, foreign residents formally accept the application of French law.
Commanders Act will use its best efforts to ensure the Site is accessible 24 hours a day, 7 days a week, but in no event may be held responsible resulting from any difficulties in accessing its Site.
Intellectual property rights
All the data included on this Site (text, photographs, illustrations, icons, animations, music, etc.) are the exclusive property of Commanders Act or Commanders Act has received specific permission to use them.
By accessing the Site, you agree to comply with French intellectual property law and, more generally, with international treaties and agreements containing clauses regarding copyright protection.
You will thus refrain from: reproducing in whole or in part, selling, distributing, broadcasting, publishing or communicating in any form the data or works protected by copyright that feature on this Site without prior and specific written permission from the owner of the copyright for the reproduced work or data.
Any reproduction or use of the Site and/or elements within authorised by Commanders Act must include the source and owner of the related property rights.
In accordance with article L.122-4 of the intellectual property code, any representation or reproduction without explicit permission, in whole or in part and by whichever means, will be illegal and considered an infringement as recognised by articles L. 335-2 et seq of the intellectual property code.
Personal data & cookies
The personal data that you may provide on the Site is processed following the terms laid out in the personal data protection policy available at any time on the Site.
This policy also explains how we manage cookies on our Site.