The website www.the-uma.org is published by the company UMA SAS, hereunder called UMA.
Your personal data may be collected when browsing this website. Pursuant to France’s Data Protection Act modified on 6 January 1978, you have the right to access and rectify your personal data. You also have the right to object the use of this information provided you have legitimate reason. You can exercise this right and obtain information concerning your personal data by writing to the CEO of UMA, Jean Vergès.
Intellectual Property and Public and Cultural Information
The overall structure of the website and the software and databases are the exclusive property of UMA. The entire website is protected by French and international legislation governing copyright and intellectual property. All reproduction rights are reserved, including those protecting iconographic and photographic documents. Consequently, the total or partial production or imitation of said documents without the express prior written consent of UMA is strictly prohibited and constitutes a punishable violation under France’s Intellectual Property Code.
Collecting and using any elements contained on the website for commercial ends is strictly prohibited. This relates in particular to any text featured on the site but also any page designs, logos, images, photos, videos, graphics and any other content of any kind whatsoever.
The site www.the-uma.org contains numerous links to other sites, in particular official sites (institutions, public bodies, etc.) but also to sites of partner associations and companies. These web pages, the URLs of which are regularly checked, are not part of the public official site www.the-uma.org. UMA cannot be held liable for the content of said websites nor any resulting damage or prejudice. Links to other sites are provided to users for information purposes only.