Last Updated: July 30, 2022
Continued browsing on www.cohort.xyz implies unreserved acceptance of the following provisions and terms of service (hereinafter "TOS"). The user acknowledges having accepted the TOS before any use of the functionalities of our website.
The current online version of these TOS is the only one enforceable during the entire period of use of the website and until a new version replaces it.
Cohort reserves the right to modify the present conditions at any time. The user therefore undertakes to consult them regularly. If the user continues to use our Website and its functionalities after the present Terms and Conditions have been modified or completed, he irrevocably accepts the new version of the TOS. In case of disagreement with the TOS, the user should stop using our Website.
The terms listed below have the following meaning:
Pursuant to Law No. 2004-575 of June 21th 2004 on confidence in the digital economy, users of our website are informed of the identity of the parties involved in the creation and monitoring of the website;
Owner : COHORT
Publisher: Séraphie de Tracy (email@example.com)
Data Protection Officer: Nathan Barraillé (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Access to our Website is strictly reserved for personal use only. The user commits itself to not use the Website - as well as all information and data - for illegal or damaging purposes, for commercial, political, and advertising purposes and for any commercial solicitation, including mass mailing of unsolicited e-mail or junk mail.
Cohort cannot be held responsible in case of access to the Website by minors under 18 years of age. Cohort cannot be held liable in the event of erroneous or misleading information provided by users of the Website.
The purpose of the website is to provide information about all the company's activities and its products for sale to Users. Cohort strives to provide the most accurate information, however, it cannot be held responsible for any omissions, inaccuracies, or shortcomings in the updating of information.All the information on the website is given for information only and is subject to change. Furthermore, the information on the website is not exhaustive. It is subject to changes that have been made since it was put online.The user is also informed that all photos on the Website are non-contractual and can not engage Cohort responsibility.
All brands, illustrations, photographs, texts, comments, images, video sequences, sounds, site architecture, as well as all computer applications that could be used to operate this website and more generally all elements reproduced or used on the website are protected by the laws in force under intellectual property.
Cohort is the owner and/or beneficiary of the intellectual property rights necessary for the use of the site.
Any reproduction, representation, use or adaptation, in any form whatsoever, of all or part of these elements, including computer applications, without the prior written consent of the publisher and the owner of the website are strictly prohibited. The fact that the publisher does not engage legal procedure as soon as the unauthorized use are known shall not be deemed acceptance of the previous use and non-prosecution.
It is strictly forbidden for the user to:
In any event, the user is solely responsible for the use he makes of the Website.
Any unauthorized use of the Website or any of the elements it contains will be considered as an infringement and will be prosecuted in accordance with the provisions of articles L.335-2 and following of the Intellectual Property Code.
The company name and pictorial mark are protected. Cohort is a protected and registered with the INPI. The use of the brand without the prior and written consent of the Company, on any support, for value of products and services purposes, or commercial purposes, is strictly prohibited, under penalty of law and legal proceedings engaged by our company against user and third parties responsible.
The Website is normally accessible to users at all times. For the good management of the Website, the publisher may at any time reserves itself the right to:
Cohort will do its best to inform the users in advance of the dates and times of the intervention, but we cannot be held responsible in the event of failure to do so.
Cohort undertakes to do its utmost to ensure that the Website is accessible 24 hours a day, 7 days a week. However, Cohort makes no commitment regarding the availability and permanent accessibility of the Website and does not guarantee that the Website is free of errors. The responsibility of the publisher cannot be engaged in case of failure, breakdown, difficulty, or interruption of operation, preventing access to the Website or to one of its functionalities.
Cohort and the host cannot be held responsible in case of malfunction of the Internet network, telephone lines or computer and telephony equipment, particularly due to network congestion preventing access to the server.
The publisher cannot be held responsible in case of legal proceedings against users:
The material used by the user to connect to the Website is under his entire responsibility. He must take all appropriate measures to protect his equipment and his own data. The user undertakes to access the Website using recent, virus-free equipment and with a latest-generation, up-to-date browser.
The material usd by the user to connect to the Website is under his entire responsibility. He must take all appropriate measures to protect his equipment and his own data. The user undertakes to access the Website using recent, virus-free equipment and with a latest-generation, up-to-date browser.
Cohort is not liable for any damage caused to users, third parties and/or their equipment as a result of their connection to or use of the Website, and users waive any action against the publisher and Cohort as a result.
The publisher cannot be held liable for indirect damages (such as loss of business or loss of opportunity) resulting from the use of the Website.
The present conditions of use of the Website are governed by French law and are - in the event of a dispute - subject to the exclusive jurisdiction of the competent courts of common law, subject to a specific allocation of jurisdiction arising from a particular law or regulation.