This page contains the legal notices that apply to any user visiting this site. The simple consultation or visit of this site implies the unreserved acceptance of these. We also inform you that this legal notice may be modified at any time without notice.

Legal notice:

In accordance with the Digital Economy French law (LEN), Law No. 2004-275 on Confidence in the Digital Economy, here are the contact details of the publisher of this website:

Publisher of this website :


Director of publication: M. DESEE Simon,
President of SAS Dédicace Software

Hosting company :

Online SAS
BP 438
75366 Paris CEDEX 08


Intellectual property:

The website is owned and operated solely by DEDICACE SOFTWARE SAS, hereinafter referred to as "Dédicace Software". All elements, including illustrations, text, videos and other sites indicated on all pages are protected by the laws in force on intellectual property. They belong to Dédicace Software or are the subject of an express authorization of use.

No element may be duplicated, copied, reproduced, modified, republished, used, transmitted, distributed, ..., in any manner whatsoever, in part or in whole, on any medium whatsoever, without written authorization of Dédicace Software.

Dédicace Software reserves the right to make any proposals for legal action in case of infringement or non-respect of its intellectual property rights.


Availability and content of the site:

Dédicace Software can not be held responsible in case of inaccessibility, or any other possible difficulty occurring during the consultation of this site. The visitor recognizes that the problems inherent to the Internet can make it difficult or impossible to access this site.

Dédicace Software has developed data and data on its updated website. The withdrawal period may be required for the layout of the updates and for their inclusion in this site.


Information relating to cookies

What is a cookie and what is it for?

A cookie (or connection witness) is a text file that can be saved, subject to your choice, in a dedicated space on your computer's hard drive (computer, tablet, etc.) when consulting an online service through your browser software.
It is transmitted by the server of a website to your browser. Each cookie is assigned an anonymous identifier. The cookie file allows its issuer to identify the terminal in which it is registered during the period of validity or registration of the cookie concerned. A cookie does not allow to go back to a natural person.

What types of cookies are deposited by our website?

This site uses cookies only for its proper functioning. They are used to remember your browsing preferences, the display language you choose. No third-party cookies are used and no information is passed on to third parties.

In addition, we use our own statistics server to evaluate the relevance of the content of our site.


Deontological charter

Dedicace Software has chosen a deontological policy that respects moral values ​​and human dignity. The use of our Collaborative Messaging services implies acceptance and respect of this charter.

In doing so, Dédicace Software will only accept the hosting or maintenance of data complying with the following limitations: Any content deemed offensive (content that is discriminatory, racist or xenophobic, revisionist or denialist, defamatory, violent or inciting. violence, which may shock the sensitivity of the youngest, offensive or commonly considered vulgar, offensive, contrary to morality or public order, offensive to religious practices or beliefs, obscene, pornographic or pedophile) is prohibited.

More generally any content in violation of intellectual property rights and copyright (texts, images, videos, trade secrets, internal or confidential information, etc.), laws and regulations in force is also prohibited on our servers.

In addition, for reasons of strict neutrality, no political or religious content will be managed by Dédicace Software.

Failure to comply with this charter will result in the closure of the e-mail accounts concerned if the content that conflicts with this charter is not removed within 10 days of the formal notice received from the Collaborative Messaging service.


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