French Legal Disclaimer and European Commission 'Cookies Directive' law

We are committed to privacy and support current industry initiatives to preserve individual privacy rights on the Internet. Protecting your privacy on-line is an evolving area and this website will constantly evolve to meet these demands.    


Legal disclaimer

Contact : EquaThEque ®

Publication Director : David Grima

Hosting Site and Domain Name: 1&1


Intellectual Property

The EquaThEque ® site is a work of art, wholly owned by David Grima, protected by French and international legislation by intellectual property law.

EquaThEque ® is a registered trademark of David GRIMA under number 3642410 of INPI (French National Institute of Industrial Property).


Copyright and image rights

Visual Math Editor is freeware and opensource. See the copyright page


Protection of personal data

This website currently has no mandatory nominative information. There has not been declared to the CNIL (French National Commission of Computing and Freedoms).


Cookies

Some of our web pages uses "cookies". A "cookie" is a small text file that may be used, for example, to collect information about web site activity. Some cookies and other technologies may serve to recall Personal Information previously indicated by a web user. Most browsers allow you to control cookies, including whether or not to accept them and how to remove them.

Some cookies are necessary for the operation of our website, if you choose to block them some aspects of the site may not work for you. We use EquaThEque Visual Math Editor, Google Analytics, Google Comments, Google +1 Button, Twitter Follow Button and Facebook Share Button scripts, which all set cookies. Non necessary cookies are only set when you have given your explicit consent to their use. Such cookies included those set by our statistics package Google Analytics.


Information Commissioners Office

On 26 May 2011 the European Commission made the controversial 'Cookies Directive' law. It applies to the UK and all european countries. It mandates that the use of cookies on european business websites must be disclosed and explicit consent for their use be obtained from your users, however in the UK the Information Commissioners Office (ICO) has suggested that it is sufficient to work on the basis of implied rather than explicit consent. You can get the latest guidance from the ICO on implementing Cookies disclosure on your website here.


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