PLEASE READ THESE TERMS CAREFULLY BEFORE USING THIS SITE
The Wandercraft Web site (the "Site"), including but not limited to
www.wandercraft.eu and its affiliated sites, provides an online resource for health care
professionals. This website is the exclusive property of Wandercraft, a simplified joint
stock company with a capital of €69,236.40, created and governed by French law,
registered Headquarters and offices are located at 88 RUE DE RIVOLI - 75004 PARIS,
registered in the Paris Trade Register under number 788 627 198 , hereafter referred to
as “Wandercraft”. Wandercraft can be reached at 09 72 58 77 05 or at the following e-mail
The team in charge of monitoring the site is the Marketing and Communication
Department of Wandercraft, based at 88 rue de Rivoli - Paris. The website’s publication
manager is Jean Louis Constenza, as Chief Marketing Officer of Wandercraft.
In accordance with the provisions of Law No. 78-17 of January 6, 1978 relating to
computers, files and freedoms, the automated processing of personal data carried out
from the site Wandercraft.eu has been the subject of a dematerialized declaration to the
Commission Nationale de l’Informatique et des Libertés (CNIL).
In accordance with Article 39 of Law No. 78-17 of January 6, 1978, persons whose
personal data appear on the Wandercraft site have been previously informed of their
online presence. These persons are informed that they have a right of access, rectification
and opposition concerning the data concerning them by writing to Vincent PHILIPPON,
Wandercraft, 88 rue de Rivoli - 75004 Paris, in his capacity as DPO. Wandercraft only
collects personal data that users voluntarily submit to it. The data that can be processed
are those that the user would be led to fill in online in any form. The purpose of collecting
this information may be to respond to a request for information, to collect opinions on
our products, to apply to join our teams and possibly any other purpose described in
Deliberations No. 2016-264 of July 21, 2016 of the CNIL modifying a simplified standard
concerning the automated processing of personal data relating to the management of
customers and prospects (NS-048). Wandercraft reserves the right to use the personal
data collected and data resulting from user activity on the Site, to send users who have
requested answers or offers likely to satisfy them.
The user only receives such elements from Wandercraft if he has chosen to do so.
Wandercraft may call upon service providers to carry out various tasks, in particular tasks
of a commercial nature such as assistance with promotional campaigns, the provision of
technical services for our websites, etc. Wandercraft may also call upon service providers
to carry out various tasks, in particular tasks of a commercial nature such as assistance
with promotional campaigns, the provision of technical services for our websites, etc.
Wandercraft may also call upon service providers to carry out tasks of a commercial
nature such as assistance with promotional campaigns, the provision of technical
services for our websites, etc. These companies may have access to personal data if this
is necessary for the performance of these tasks. These companies have undertaken to
comply with the legislation on the collection and processing of personal data and with
this policy in its entirety, as has Wandercraft. In any case, they may only use this personal
data for the sole purpose of carrying out their tasks, no other use being authorised.
Wandercraft does not sell, transfer or communicate any personal data to third parties.
In the event that Wandercraft is obliged, in order to comply with an administrative, legal
or judicial decision, to communicate to an authorised third party, within the meaning of
the law of 06.01.1978 relating to information technology, files and freedoms, information
relating to the personal data on file and processed that it holds, it undertakes, prior to any
communication, to inform the persons concerned.
Users of the website www.wandercraft.eu are required to comply with the provisions of
the law relating to data processing, files and freedoms, the violation of which is subject to
criminal penalties. In particular, they must refrain, with regard to the nominative
information to which they have access, from any collection, any misuse and, in general,
any act likely to infringe the privacy or reputation of individuals.
The user is informed that, during his visits to the site, cookies may be automatically
installed on his browser software. The cookie is a block of data that does not allow
the user to be identified; however, it records information relating to your computer’s
browsing on our site (the pages consulted, the date and time of consultation, etc.) that
we will be able to read during your subsequent visits. The configuration of the browser
software makes it possible to be informed of the presence of the cookie and possibly
to refuse it. As the cookies indirectly collect personal information about the user (more
information on the CNIL website), the user also has the right to consult, withdraw and
modify it. The user can block cookies by activating the parameter of his browser allowing
him to refuse all or certain cookies. The steps to be followed according to his browser
are presented below.
In the « Settings » menu, click on « Show advanced settings...», then click on « Content
Settings...». In the top part of the page that appears then are more information about
cookies and will have the possibility to select which cookies the user accepts or not. The
user also has the possibility to delete all cookies saved so far.
In the « Tools» menu, click on « Options» (for MAC users, select « Preferences » from the
Firefox menu), then go to the tab « Privacy », in the « History » area, deploy the « Retention
Rules » drop-down menu and select « Use Custom Settings for History ». The user can
then choose whether or not to accept cookies by checking or unchecking the « Accept
Cookies » box.
Internet Explorer 6+
In the « Tools » menu, click on «Internet Options », then go to the « Confidentiality » tab.
The user can then activate a cursor allowing him to choose among 6 degrees of cookie
restriction: Block all cookies, very high restriction, high restriction, medium restriction
(selected by default), low restriction and accept all cookies.
In the Safari menu, select "Preferences", then go to the « Confidentiality » tab.
Choose the option of your choice in the « Block Cookies » section.
To find out how to control cookies on other browsers, the user can consult their
documentation or online help modules.
CONDITIONS OF ACCESS AND USE
Users of the www.wandercraft.eu website acknowledge that they have the necessary
skills and means to access and use this site.
INFORMATION SUPPLIED TO ANY USER ON THIS SITE IS PROVIDED ON AN « AS IS» BASIS
WITHOUT WARRANTIES OF ANY KIND, EITHER EXPRESSED OR IMPLIED, INCLUDING,
BUT NOT LIMITED TO IMPLICIT WARANTEES OF A COMMERCIAL NATURE, APTITUDE
FOR A PARTICULAR PURPOSE, OR NON-INFRINGEMENT; NO GUARANTEE IS GIVEN BY
ALSTOM THAT ACCESS TO THE PORTAL WILL BE UNINTERRUPTED, THAT THE PORTAL
WILL BE SECURE AND FREE OF VIRUSES OR ANY OTHER HARMFUL COMPONENTS,
OR THAT THE INFORMATION ON THE PORTAL WILL AT ANY PARTICULAR TIME BE
COMPLETE, ACCURATE OR TIMELY.
The information provided by Wandercraft on this portal is for general information
purposes only. The specific use by the User of materials/information contained in this
portal is the sole responsibility of the User.
Wandercraft has made all reasonable efforts to ensure that the information provided
on this portal was accurate at the time of its inclusion, but declines all responsibility
with regard to any duty to update this information, or for any emissions, inaccuracies
or typographical errors. The information contained in this portal may be modified,
corrected and/or completed at any moment without warning.
Similarly, Wandercraft cannot be held responsible in the event of misuse of the service by
the user or in the event of temporary unavailability of the service (cases of force majeure,
maintenance period or technical incident of any kind). It is expressly understood by
the user of this site that under no circumstances can Wandercraft be held liable for any
damages whatsoever, direct or indirect, material or immaterial, resulting in particular
from the consultation and/or use of this website (or other sites linked to it) and any
downloading applications, as well as the use of text or visual information, which could
have been collected and in particular for any financial or commercial loss, loss of
programs or data in its information system. By using this site, the user acknowledges
having had the opportunity to read this warning.
INTELLECTUAL PROPERTY RIGHTS
The website, its general structure, as well as the texts, images, animated or not, sounds,
know-how, drawings, graphics and any other element composing the site, are the
exclusive property of Wandercraft. The same applies to the databases appearing on the
Wandercraft website, which are protected by the provisions of the law of 1 July 1998
transposing into the Intellectual Property Code the European directive of 11 March 1996
on the legal protection of databases, and of which Wandercraft is the producer. The
trademarks of Wandercraft and its partners, as well as the logos appearing on the site, are
registered trademarks (semi-figurative or not). Any use or reproduction, total or partial,
of the site, its components and/or the information contained therein, by any process
whatsoever, is strictly prohibited and constitutes an infringement punishable by the
Intellectual Property Code, unless prior written consent of Wandercraft.
We may provide links to sites that are not operated by Wandercraft. If you visit one of
these sites to which we refer, we invite you to read their policies, particularly with regard
to the protection of personal data. We are not responsible for the policies or practices
of other companies. Wandercraft undertakes to stop links to other websites at the first
request of the companies to which the linked sites belong. Hypertext links to other
resources on the Internet do not engage the responsibility of Wandercraft. Wandercraft
must give its written permission prior to the establishment of a hypertext link to the site
www.wandercraft.eu and reserves the right to remove this link at any time.
COMPLAINTS - MEDIATION
If you have a complaint about the content of the Site or your experience with our
products, you should use the online contact form available on the Site. Your message will
be forwarded to our customer service department and processed as soon as possible.
The Site is subject to French law and to the exclusive jurisdiction of the French court.