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1 – Conditions of use of the site
2 – Intellectual Property
In accordance with the laws governing intellectual property, the reproduction or use of the elements found on this website, in whole or in part, is strictly prohibited. Only legal exceptions are maintained, including representation within the family circle, private copying or the right of short quotation.
Thus, all texts, photos, logos, trademarks and other elements reproduced on this site are reserved and protected by intellectual property law. (Copyright, neighbouring right, trademark law...).
Any total or partial representation of this site by any means whatsoever, without the express authorization of the website operator is prohibited and would constitute an infringement punishable by articles L 335-2 and following of the Intellectual Property Code.
The same applies to any databases on the website which are protected by the provisions of the law of 11 July 1998 transposing into the Intellectual Property Code (IPC) the European Directive of 11 March 1996 on the legal protection of databases.
3 - Personal data
The protection law on data protection concerns:
The association « Maranatha Medjugorje » undertakes to keep confidential the personal data provided by the user of the site and not to transfer them to other companies or organizations. The association « Maranatha Medjugorje » undertakes to ensure that any person who so requests has the right to access, rectify and delete data concerning him/her.
The Data Protection Act concerns:
- right to data portability: any natural person can recover all the data concerning him/her in order to reuse them as he/she sees fit;
- right to limit processing: any natural person may request that the processing of his/her data be limited. By exercising this right, the natural person forces the company to store its data without using it. This right can only be asserted if the processing is unlawful and/or if the information collected is inaccurate.
- right to be forgetten: any natural person has the possibility to obtain the deletion of all data concerning him/her.
- right to information: every natural person has the right to be kept i