In accordance with Article 43-10 of the Law of 1 September 1986 on Freedom of Communication (as amended by Law L 200-719 of 1 August 2000), you are informed that you are currently on the Maison-du-lait.com website published by the French National Center for Interprofessional Dairy Industries (Centre National Interprofessionnel de l'Économie Laitière, or CNIEL).
The Maison-du-lait.com website has been developed on the initiative of the CNIEL to spread knowledge about milk and dairy products by providing information and answering questions about milk in all its many aspects.
Publishing Director: Caroline Le Poultier
CNIEL postal address:
42 rue de Châteaudun
75314 Paris Cedex 09, France
Tel: +33 (0)1 49 70 71 11
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All rights to the photographs used in this website are reserved.
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The Maison du Lait website is intended to provide information to its visitors for their personal use. No commercial use, even in part, of the data shown on it may be made without the prior written consent of CNIEL.
INTELLECTUAL PROPERTY RIGHTS
The appearance and content of this website together form a work protected by the applicable French intellectual property laws and CNIEL holds the intellectual property rights in the said work. The use or reproduction, even in part, of the text, photos or graphics it contains is prohibited except with the prior written consent of CNIEL, and may amount to infringement of such rights. Likewise, any reproduction, representation, adaptation, translation and/or modification, in whole or in part, or transfer to another website is prohibited.
Under Article L122-4 of the French Intellectual Property Code, “Any complete or partial performance or reproduction made without the consent of the author or of his successors in title or assigns shall be unlawful. The same shall apply to translation, adaptation or transformation, arrangement or reproduction by any technique or process whatsoever”.
CNIEL informs you that the material featuring on this website may be freely consulted for private, informational or educational purposes. All other forms of use of such material may amount to acts of infringement of the rights of its authors, as laid down in, and sanctioned by, Articles L 335-4 et seq. of the French Intellectual Property Code.
Pursuant to Article L 342-1 of the French Intellectual Property Code, CNIEL prohibits the extraction by temporary or permanent transfer to any medium, by any means, and in any form whatsoever, of the whole or a substantial part of the content of this website, other than for purely private, informational or educational purposes. It also prohibits the re-use, by making available to the public in any form whatsoever, of the whole or a part of the content of this website or any of its constituent elements
This website and the information and functionalities it contains comply with the legal rules in force. However, your use of it is your own responsibility. CNIEL, its affiliates and partners give no warranties whatsoever of accuracy, commercial value or quality, nor any warranty of non-infringement, in respect of any of the information published on or available via this website.
Furthermore, neither CNIEL, its affiliates or partners is able to warrant that the server giving access to the website is protected against all viruses capable of damaging, infecting or destroying your computer installation or any other installation when you visit the website, download a document, or make use of any of the site’s other functionalities.
In accordance with the law, neither CNIEL, its affiliates or partners shall have any liability whatsoever for direct or indirect damage, accidental or otherwise, arising out of the use of the site, whether proper or improper, Likewise, neither CNIEL, its affiliates or partners shall have any liability whatsoever for direct or indirect damage caused by errors or omissions in the information provided as part of the functionalities offered by this website.
CNIEL, its affiliates and partners reserve the right to modify, supplement or delete the terms and conditions of use at any time without notice. Such changes will be effective as soon as they are published on the website. By visiting the website after such changes are made you are automatically deemed to have accepted them. CNIEL also reserves the right to modify, supplement or delete all or part of the content or functionalities of the website at any time without prior warning and without CNIEL, its affiliates or partners having any liability to visitors to the website.
DECLARATION TO THE CNIL
This website has been declared to the French Data Protection Authority (Commission nationale de l’informatique et des libertés, or CNIL), in accordance with Law No. 78-17 of 6 January 1978.
Declaration No.1039748 – www.cnil.fr
Any information gathered about you from your use of the website shall be used by CNIEL strictly for the purpose of compiling a list of persons interested in its activities, more particularly those of the present website, and shall not be passed on to third parties. No personal information shall be collected without your knowledge. No personal information shall be passed on to third parties, whether for payment or otherwise. No personal information shall be used for purposes other than those stated here.
You have the right to access, modify and delete data about you (Article 34 of the French Data Protection Law).
To exercise, it, write to CNIEL, either at its postal address, 42 rue de Châteaudun, 75009 Paris, or by email via Contact.