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Legal Notices2018-12-06T09:17:02+00:00

The website www.by-the-wave.com is published by SAS BYTHEWAVE TECHNOLOGIES, whose registered office is located at 239 Lotissement Val de Lamartine, 40 660 Moliets and Maa

Share capital: €1,260.

Telephone: 06 71 95 13 34 (cost of a national call, number accessible with an order or return number).

E-mail: contact@by-the-wave.com

Our team is at your disposal:

  • Monday to Friday from 9am to 12pm and from 2pm to 5pm
  • Saturday from 10am to 12pm and from 2pm to 5pm.

Host: OVH

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Data Protection and Freedom Act

In accordance with the French Data Protection Act of 6 January 1978, persons who have provided personal information have full access to it. You have the right to access, modify, rectify and delete data concerning you (art. 34 of the French Data Protection Act). You can exercise this right by writing to us by email at the following address: contact@by-the-wave.com. In addition, no personal information is collected without the consent of the users of the site, nor transferred to third parties, nor used for any unintended purpose. This information that may be collected on this site is intended exclusively for contact purposes using the corresponding form… The user will find information on his rights and duties and on the protection of personal data on the website of the “Commission Nationale Informatique et Libertés”.

 

Intellectual Property

All complete or partial reproduction, by whatever means, without prior consent is unlawful and constitutes a forgery giving rise to legal sanctions. By accessing this site, you acknowledge that the data contained in it is legally protected and, in accordance with the provisions of the law of 1 July 1998, you agree in particular not to extract, reuse, store, reproduce, represent or store, directly or indirectly, on any medium, by any means and in any form whatsoever, all or part, qualitatively or quantitatively substantial, of the site to which you are accessing, as well as to extract or repeatedly and systematically reuse parts of it that are qualitatively and quantitatively unsubstantial when such operations clearly exceed normal conditions of use.