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Terms and conditions of use of the FreeFullPDF website

Article 1: object

These T&Cs or General Conditions of Use provide a legal framework for the use of the services of the FreeFullPDF site (hereinafter referred to as “the site”).

Constituting the contract between the company KnowMade, the User, access to the site must be preceded by the acceptance of these T&Cs. Access to this platform signifies acceptance of these T&Cs.

Article 2: Legal notices

The edition of the FreeFullPDF site is provided by the company KnowMade registered with the RCS under the number 51398240500013, whose head office is located at 2405 route des dolines, 06560 Valbonne – Sophia Antipolis, Metropolitan France.

The host of the site is the company LWS, located at 2 rue Jules Ferry 88190 Golbey, France.

Article 3: Access to the site

The FreeFullPDF site provides free access to the following services:

  • Search for copyright-free scientific documents
  • Sharing of scientific document free of rights or voluntarily by its author
  • Membership of a social network with forum.

The site is accessible free of charge from anywhere by any user with Internet access. All costs necessary for access to the services (computer equipment, Internet connection, etc.) are the responsibility of the user.

Access to services dedicated to members is done using a username and password.

For maintenance or other reasons, access to the site may be interrupted or suspended by the publisher without notice or justification.

Article 4: Data collection

For the creation of the User’s account, the collection of information at the time of registration on the site is necessary and mandatory. In accordance with law n ° 78-17 of January 6 relating to data processing, files and freedoms, the collection and processing of personal information is carried out with respect for privacy (see our Privacy Policy).

According to the Data Protection Act dated January 6, 1978, articles 39 and 40, the User has the right to access, rectify, delete and oppose his personal data. The exercise of this right is carried out through the contact form.

Article 5: Intellectual property

The trademarks, logos, and content of the FreeFullPDF site (graphic illustrations, texts, etc.) are protected by the Intellectual Property Code and by copyright.

The reproduction and copying of content by the User require prior authorization from the site. In this case, any use for commercial purposes or for advertising purposes is prohibited.

Article 6: Liability

Although the information published on the site is deemed reliable, the site reserves the right to not guarantee the reliability of the sources.

The information disseminated on the FreeFullPDF site is presented for informational purposes only and has no contractual value. Despite regular updates, the site cannot be held liable in the event of changes to the administrative and legal provisions appearing after publication. The same applies to the use and interpretation of the information communicated on the platform.

The site declines all responsibility for any viruses that may infect the User’s computer equipment after using or accessing this site.

The site cannot be held responsible in the event of force majeure or the unforeseeable and insurmountable act of a third party.

The total guarantee of security and confidentiality of data is not provided by the site. However, the site undertakes to implement all the methods required to do so in the best possible way.

Article 7: Hypertext links

The site may consist of hypertext links. By clicking on these, the User will leave the platform. The latter has no control and cannot be held responsible for the content of the web pages relating to these links.

Section 8: Cookies

During visits to the site, the automatic installation of a cookie on the User’s browser software may occur.

Cookies correspond to small files temporarily stored on the hard drive of the User’s computer. These cookies are necessary to ensure accessibility and navigation on the site. These files do not contain personal information and cannot be used to identify a person.

The information in the cookies is used to improve browsing performance on the site.

By browsing the site, the User accepts cookies. Their deactivation can be done via the settings of the navigation software.

Article 9: Publication by the User

The FreeFullPDF site allows members to create discussion groups, topics, comments, status, to upload photos, videos or to share PDFs and links.

In his publications, the member is required to respect the rules of Netiquette as well as the rules of law in force.

The site has the right to exercise a priori and posteriori moderation on the publications and may refuse to put them online without having to provide any justification.

The member retains all of his intellectual property rights. However, any publication on the site implies the delegation of the non-exclusive and free right to the publishing company to represent, reproduce, modify, adapt, distribute and distribute the publication anywhere and on any medium for the duration of the intellectual property. This can be done directly or through an authorized third party. This applies in particular to the right to use the publication on the web and on mobile telephone networks.

At each use, the publisher undertakes to mention the name of the member near the publication.

The User is held responsible for any content he puts online. The User undertakes not to publish content likely to harm the interests of third parties. All legal proceedings initiated by an injured third party against the site must be borne by the User.

The deletion or modification by the site of the User’s content may be carried out at any time, for any reason and without notice.

Article 10: Duration of the contract

This contract is valid for an indefinite period. The beginning of the use of the services of the site marks the application of the contract with regard to the User.

Article 11: Applicable law and competent jurisdiction

This contract is subject to French law. The absence of amicable resolution of cases of dispute between the parties implies recourse to the competent French courts to settle the dispute.