1. Presentation of the website

The website is the property of RTE International, a single-person simplified joint stock company, a wholly-owned subsidiary of RTE, registered in the Nanterre Trade and Companies Register under number 491 590 915, whose registered office is located:

Immeuble Lafayette

2 place des vosges

92051 Paris La Défense CEDEX

Director of Publication: Nicolas Breham, Managing Director of RTE International.

This site is optimized for the following configuration:

o    Ecran : Résolution 1024 x 768 minimum.

o   Browser : Microsoft Internet Explorer 6+ et Mozilla Firefox 3+

The website is accessible 24 hours a day, 7 days a week, except in cases of force majeure, computer difficulties, difficulties related to telecommunications networks or technical difficulties.

For maintenance purposes, RTE International may interrupt access to the site and will endeavour to inform users in advance.

RTE International cannot be held liable for any direct or indirect damage that may result from access to or use of the site, including inaccessibility, loss of data, damage, destruction or viruses that may affect the user's computer equipment, and/or the presence of viruses on its site.

The cost of access and navigation on the website is the exclusive responsibility of the user.

In the event that the user accesses the website outside France, he/she undertakes to ensure compliance with local legislation in force.


2. Use of the information contained in the website


RTE International 

makes every effort to provide users with available and verified information and/or tools, but cannot be held liable for errors and omissions or for the unavailability of information and services.

All the information or documents contained in the site as well as all the elements created for the site are either the property of RTE International and/or RTE or are subject to a right of use, exploitation and reproduction. These elements are subject to copyright protection legislation. Consequently, no license or other right other than the right to consult the information is granted to anyone with respect to intellectual property rights.

Any reproduction, representation, modification, publication, transmission, denaturing, total or partial of the site or its content, by any process whatsoever, and on any medium whatsoever is prohibited.

Any unauthorized use of the site or its content, information disclosed therein would engage the responsibility of the user and would constitute an infringement punishable by articles L 335-2 and following of the Intellectual Property Code.

The same applies to the databases appearing, where applicable, on the website, which are protected by articles L. 341-1 to L. 343-4 of the Intellectual Property Code. As such, any reproduction or extraction would engage the user's responsibility.

The user acknowledges that he/she is solely responsible for using this information

The user undertakes, under penalty of civil and/or criminal liability, not to use the site to transmit by any means whatsoever (email or other), any content including programs, codes, viruses intended to destroy or limit the functionalities of the site.

RTE International reserves the right, within the framework of its interactive services, to remove immediately and without prior notice, any content of any nature whatsoever, and in particular any message, text, image, graphic... that contravenes the laws and regulations in force and in particular the regulations described above.

In the event that a user wishes to use one of the contents of the site (text, image, etc.), he undertakes to obtain RTE International's prior written authorisation by writing to the address indicated in Article 3 or by sending an e-mail to webmestre.


3. Compliance with legalisation

RTE International informs users of the website that all laws and regulations in force are applicable to the Internet.

Users of the website are required to comply with the provisions of the law of 6 January 1978 relating to data processing, files and freedoms, the violation of which is punishable by criminal penalties.

They must also refrain, with regard to the personal data to which they have access, from any collection, any misuse and, more generally, any act likely to violate the privacy or reputation of individuals.


Information Technology and Liberties


The personal data requested from you on our site done so as part of a data processing programme with the purpose of being able to meet your requests and provide you with information, to send you information about our commercial services. They are under the responsability of Mr. Nicolas Breham, Chief Executive Officer of RTE International.

Processing of personal data is defined, as in article 2 of law 78-17 dated 6th January 1978 entitled "loi informatique et Libertés" (data protection act), as any action or group of actions relating to personal data involving any process including collection, storing, organisation, conservation, adaptation or modification, extraction, consultation, usage, transmission, circulation or sharing in any other way, merging or combination, as well as blocking, deletion or destruction.

This processing falls within and respect the terms of the French data protection act.

Users are informated that the personal data they provide voluntarily through the contact form on the site will be used solely by RTE International.


1. Your rights

* Right to access personal data: In accordance with the terms of article 39 of the French data protection act, any natural person with proof of their identity has the right to access to the personal data concerning them which is being processed. As such, every person can obtain:

- Confirmation of whether or not their personal data is being processed.

- Information about the processing (data, purposes, recipients)

- Communication of their personal data


* Right to modify personal data: In accordance with the terms of article 40 of the French data protection act, any person with proof of their identity can demand that the personal data concerning them is modified, completed, updated, blocked or deleted accordingly if it is incorrect, incomplete, equivocal, outdated or if it is not permitted to collect, use communicate or retain it.


* Right to object to processing of the personal data: In accordance with the terms of article 38 of the French data protection act, any person has the right to object to their personal data being processed, unless this data processing fulfils a legal requirement. The person making the request must provide legitimate reasons to object to such processing.


2. Terms and conditions for exercising your rights

To exercice these rights to access, modification and, if necessary, objection, you can contact the data protection committee put in place by RTE International, providing proof of your identity (copy of valid ID), at the following address:


RTE International

M. le Correspondant Informatique et Libertés

Immeuble Lafayette

2 place des vosges

92051 Paris La Défense CEDEX


You will receive a reponse within two month in accordance with the requirments of article 94 of the decree of 20th October enacted for the application of theat of the 6th January 1978.


4. Links from or to the RTE International website

The site is a site giving access to other sites belonging or not to RTE or to RTE subsidiaries, which may have their own legal notices.

Hypertext links on the site to other sites or Internet resources have been subject to prior and express authorization. However, since RTE International is not the publisher of these sites, it cannot control their content. Consequently, RTE International cannot under any circumstances be held responsible for the content of the sites thus accessible, or for any collection and transmission of personal data, installation of cookies or any other process for the same purpose, carried out by these sites.

Users and visitors of the site may under no circumstances set up a hypertext link to the site without RTE International's prior written authorisation. Any request to this end should be addressed to webmestre.


5. Modification of the legal notice

RTE International reserves the right to modify this notice at any time. The user therefore undertakes to consult it regularly.


6. Law applicable in the event of a dispute

The applicable law is French law


7. Attribution of jurisdiction

For any dispute, exclusive jurisdiction is attributed to the competent courts within the jurisdiction of the Court of Appeal of PARIS (France).


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