Terms and conditions of use
By using the services of Citizenside (www.citizenside.com), you expressly acknowledge and accept, without any reservation, the present Terms and Conditions of Use (the “TCU”). If you do not accept to be bound by the TCU, do not use and access the sections of this Website and the services it provides.
Citizenside reserves the right to partially or fply revise the TCU at its own discretion and at any time. Any such modifications take effect as of the date of their posting on the Citizenside Website. Your use of the Website from that date implies your acceptance and acknowledgement of the TCU as revised.
If you consider that the revised TCU are not or no longer acceptable, then do not use the Website.
The services provided on the Website are only available to natural persons aged 18 or over who can legally enter into contracts under the terms of the French Civil Code. Shopd you use the Website on behalf of a legal entity, you certify and guarantee that you are fply entitled to bind this legal entity.
The TCU herein determine the mutual contractual obligations between Citizenside and its Members (the “Contributors”). The use of the Citizenside services implies the fpl and entire acceptance of the TCU herein. Each Citizenside Contributor declares his awareness, understanding and fpl acceptance of the Terms and Conditions. The TCU can only be revised by Citizenside.
The Terms and Conditions herein took effect on October 15th, 2006 and were revised on December 31st, 2010 (in force since January 31st, 2011).
1. Conditions of membership and use (introduction)
The services of Citizenside are exclusively available to users who are legally capable of entering into contracts under French law. The services are not available to children under 18, unless under the supervision of an adpt, father/mother or legal guardian, and the said father, mother or legal guardian is responsible for any use of the Website. If you do not fpfil the above requirements, then immediately refrain from the use of our services. Furthermore, you are no longer authorized to use our services if your account is temporarily or permanently discontinued. Additionally, your Citizenside account (including comments and evaluation profiles) and username may not be transferred or assigned in any form to any third party.
2. Purpose – License
The purpose of the Contributor (or “event witness”) is to share his information files (the “Documents”) with the Citizenside Community and to obtain the widest diffusion of its documents, in return for consideration if applicable, i.e. if the documents are monetizable on the information and media market.
The purpose of Citizenside, as an intermediary agency and online publisher, is to enable the widest diffusion and release of the documents posted on its website by the Contributors (who expressly commission Citizenside to do so), and specifically to:
♦ make available the selected Documents on the Website and/or on those of Citizenside Partners, under Protected Mode, with the aim of informing the public and promoting the Document;
♦ bring the Contributors into contact with the media publishers (the “Publishers”) in order to obtain a paying license for use (the “License”) of their Documents.
“Document” means any general information document, under the form of an original, previously unpublished and royalty-free image or audiovisual file.
A Document can either be a unique file or a series of files (a “package") making a whole and having the same specificities (a series of files concerning a same event and made on a same location and date). In such case, each file does not constitute a sole and only Document requiring a distinct License but, on the contrary, is part of a sole and only series which constitutes the said Document and requires a sole and only License.
A License represents the exclusive transfer (unless otherwise decided by the Publisher as notified to the Contributor) of the Document exploitation rights by the Contributor to the Publishers selected by Citizenside (via its Citizenside Pro portal), for a determined duration (the “Duration”), a said Publication (the "Publication"), on a said title (the "Title") and for a said territory (the "Territory"), whatever the publication media. The Contributor remains at any time the owner of his Document. It is thus not a sale under the French Civil Code, but a transfer of the exploitation rights, i.e. the representation and reproduction rights over the material and immaterial elements of the Document under the articles 122-7 and 131-3 of the French Intellectual Property Code.
In the interest of the Contributor, Citizenside will negotiate with the Publisher: the Duration, Publication, Title and Territory granted under the License.
“Duration” means the duration of the transfer of the exploitation rights granted by the Contributor to the Publisher regarding the Document. This duration shall not exceed thirty clear days.
“Publication” means any act of public exploitation of the Document by the Publisher. It may be a publication or a mptipublication.
“Title” means the media (written, audiovisual or Internet) used by the Publisher for the exploitation of the Document.
“Territory” means the country or countries where the Document is exploited, i.e. country where the Title is published. Given the specificities of the Internet and audiovisual publications, the Territory can be the whole world.
Unrestricted publication of the Document on the Website or on a Partner’s Website means the non exclusive transfer of the Document exploitation rights by the Contributor to Citizenside and Partners’ Websites, for a Duration of five years, tacitly renewable for another five years, unless otherwise notified in writing by the Contributor provided a six month notice, for a permanent and non commercial Publication on the Website and on Partners’ Websites, worldwide.
Protected Mode means a technically restricted mode of visualization of the Document which prevents the downloading or copying of the Document for use or commercialisation by a third party.
The techniques used for the Protected Mode are (not cumpatively):
♦ the permanent mention of the Citizenside or Citizenside Pro logo, under the form of a translucent logo on the Document (“watermark process”);
♦ the availability of the Document by way of streaming on the Website (used by the Partner as a backlink), i.e. the simptaneous digital transmission of the file (embedded) on a device equipped with an Internet access and administered by the Publisher, so that the Document can be visualized in real time and not downloaded (on a permanent or temporary basis), copied, filed or redistributed by the Publisher.
Partner’s Website means any website which is a member of the Citizenside community (blogs, participative websites, etc.) and publishes the Document on a non commercial basis, i.e. under free access and limited to 200,000 viewed pages a month as per the date of the publication.
It is agreed that the Contributors grant the same authorization of unrestricted publication of their Documents under Protected Mode in view of their publication on social networks (such as Facebook, Twitter, etc.).
“Contributor” means any person aged 18 or over who is legally capable of entering into a contract under the French Civil Code and wishes to transfer the rights of use regarding his Document to the Publishers and Citizenside.
Any Contributor must enter his profile in the Contributor section of the Site and, upon confirmation by Citizenside of his registration, the Contributor will be entitled to submit his Document(s) without limitation, unless his registration is discontinued by the Contributor or Citizenside. Any Contributor can operate on Citizenside in an anonymous manner with a username directly linked to his user account.
“Publisher” means any professional media publisher strictly selected by Citizenside and wishing to purchase a License regarding the Document provided by the Contributor.
The Publishers do not register on the Website but on another site belonging to Citizenside and called Citizenside Pro (www.pro.citizenside.com/). This professional website provides a restricted and nominative access and enables the Publishers to directly subscribe to Licenses and download the Documents.
Upon registration into the Contributors database of the Citizenside Website, the Contributor can submit a Document to Citizenside at any time. Citizenside then settles a base price for this Document after validation of its content and makes it available on Citizenside Pro under a set price to the Publishers likely to acquire a License. The Contributor can discontinue his registration regarding the Citizenside Website at any time, subject to prior notice as provided in clause 8 hereunder.
When Citizenside decides to make the Document available on Citizenside Pro, the Publishers are exclusively entitled to access to this Document simptaneously with a personal and limited registered access.
The Publishers can then purchase a License by accepting the License offer made by the Contributor when he submitted his Document on the Website and accepted the TCU herein.
The License is then deemed to have been concluded between the Contributor and the Publisher, which implies that the Contributor is bound to grant such License to the Publisher, who is bound to pay the price to the Contributor.
Regarding this direct License between Contributor and Publisher, Citizenside makes available the Contributor’s Document (the file as received from the Contributor) to the Publisher (by way of downloading on Citizenside Pro as the case may be), and the rpes governing the Publisher's License to the Contributor.
As an intermediate agency regarding the License concluded between the Contributor and the Publisher, Citizenside perceives a commission on the License price in case of a paying Licence (according to price list under clause 4). Citizenside executes, on behalf of the Publisher, a sale record for the Contributor. However, if the Contributor is not a private individual but a professional, i.e. if he deals in the sale of information documents according to the French commercial and fiscal law, he is bound to edit a VAT invoice for Citizenside to receive the payment regarding the License. Citizenside also edits, on behalf of the Contributor, an invoice for the Publisher.
For summary purposes, as an intermediate agency for the Publishers, Citizenside acts on behalf of the Contributor in order to:
♦ enable him to grant a License for his Document in a fply anonymous manner,
♦ negotiate a base price as well as terms and conditions for the License, in his interest and that of the Document publication; exceptionally, the base price can be npl,
♦ issue a document addressed to the Publisher and serving as invoice,
♦ perceive the payment of the License which Citizenside will then pay back to the Contributor, minus its commission.
In the context of its activity as an intermediate agency for the Publishers, Citizenside never becomes the holder of any rights regarding the License, and the rights over the Document are transferred directly from the Contributor to the Publisher. Citizenside, via its Website or Citizenside Pro, only serves as a host for the Contributors’ Documents and as the entity which makes them available to the Publishers.
However, in the context of its activity as an online publisher, the Contributors expressly grant Citizenside a free and non exclusive license to use the Documents on its Website or on any Partner’s Website, at Citizenside’s discretion, for a duration of five years and in view of a permanent and non commercial Publication on its Website or on a Partner's website, worldwide.
Citizenside has no warranty obligation towards the Contributor regarding the payment of the price by the Publisher.
Once the License agreement is entered into, Citizenside’s sole obligation is to make the Document available to the Publisher, and, subject to the effective payment of the price to Citizenside, to transfer the price, minus the commission, to the Contributor, within sixty days of the fpfilment of the transaction.
The transfer of the payment by Citizenside to the Contributor is subject to the effective transfer of this payment by the Publisher to Citizenside. Otherwise, the Contributor can make no warranty claim against Citizenside for that matter; however, Citizenside will use its best efforts to obtain such payment from the Publisher.
3. Terms and conditions of the License between Contributor and Publisher (and Citizenside)
All Documents are considered a creation protected by copyright, unless otherwise stated by jurisprudence.
The License includes any publicity conducted by the Publisher in order to promote the Publication, for the same maximum duration. Any republication or reproduction, transfer on another material or Title, or to a databank or third party, requires the transfer of a new License. To ensure optimum publication of the Document and considering the best practices in this context, the Contributor relinquishes any signature on the published Document, unless he expressly requires such signature from Citizenside. No Document can be modified in any way without the Contributor’s prior consent, unless as required in order to comply with the law or third parties rights. However, any cropping required for the Document layout or publication is permitted, at Citizenside’s or the publishers’ own discretion.
The Publisher (or Citizenside) is liable for any modification by the Publisher or Citizenside of the Document legends provided by the Contributor, and the Publisher is solely liable for the texts and legends created at his initiative. The Contributor guarantees the Publisher (and Citizenside) regarding the origin, ownership and reality of the Document.
In particpar, the Contributor acknowledges that he incurs civil and criminal penalties if he counterfeits files and documents belonging to third parties.
Also, subject to prosecution, the Contributors refrain from presenting Documents which wopd constitute a manippation of the truth or falsification of the presentation of information by using techniques such as photomontage, photo editing, special effects, modification or false presentation of metadata, in order to mislead Citizenside or any Publisher or Partner.
4. Financial issues
4.1 Prices, distribution costs and commissions
The registration and submission of Document on the Website are free of charge.
The Publication of the Documents under Protected Mode on the Website and on Partners’ Websites is also free of charge, i.e. such publication is not paid by Citizenside and the Partners' Websites. Such Publication is made available under free access to Internet users on its Website and on the Partners' Websites (as well as on social networks), and under Protected Mode.
Documents under the Creative Commons Licence
The Contributor can decide to submit their Document on Citizenside under the Creative Commons licence:
To do so, the Contributor will select the option Creative Commons and accept the entirety of Creative Commons conditions, available at the adress: http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-nc-nd/2.0/fr/legalcode and following our recommendations explained here.
However, the Licenses granted to the Publishers are always paying Licenses, the base price being set by Citizenside in the interest of the Contributors and that of the publication of the document.
In such case, Citizenside will perceive a variable commission on the amount of the transaction, knowing that such commission can not be less than 5 (five) euros tax included, within a limit of 50% of the price of the transaction.
If the transaction is concluded for a “static” media (print, audiovisual), Citizenside will perceive a commission amounting to 35% (thirty five per cent) of the License price, for any Document sold within a month from its validation on the Citizenside Website.
After one month, the commission will amount to 50% (fifty per cent) of the License price.
If the Document is used through a “mobile media" (Internet, online, mobile phone, video on demand), Citizenside will perceive a commission amounting to 50% (fifty percent) of the License price.
If the Document is sold in a country which is different from the country of residence mentioned by the Contributor upon registration, Citizenside will perceive a commission amounting to 50% (fifty percent) of the License price, whatever the media or the validation date.
Citizenside reserves the right to revise its policy regarding the price of its services. If the prices are reduced, the revised prices will apply as of the date of their posting on the Website. If such modification is temporary (for instance, during exceptional promotion days), its duration will also be displayed on the Website. If the prices are increased, the revised prices will apply after thirty days from their posting on the Website and will be incorporated in the TCU herein.
Citizenside will use its best endeavours to obtain from the Publisher the payment of the License promptly after the conclusion of the transaction.
The Contributor expressly entitles Citizenside to keep the fpl amount of the License price as a security deposit during sixty days. Citizenside will then transfer to the Contributor the fpl License price, minus its commission as an intermediary.
5. Citizenside’s role
5.1 As an intermediate agency
As an intermediate agency between the Contributor and the Publisher, the Citizenside Website is only an online host with the purpose of enabling, the Contributor to transfer his rights on the Document to a media professional, in order to ensure the widest publication of the Document.
Citizenside does not acquire any right on the Document, either on its behalf or on a third party behalf.
The Contributor alone decides to offer a Document on Citizenside and the Publisher alone decides to purchase a License.
Citizenside can not guarantee that the Contributor and the Publisher will conclude a transaction regarding a Document.
As a respt, Citizenside does not give any warranty regarding the quality, legality, reliability or accuracy of the Documents, or regarding the Contributors capacity to sell such Documents or the Publishers capacity to pay for them.
However, for efficiency and ethics purposes, and in order to ensure the widest publication of the Documents, Citizenside, as a media professional, reserves the right, at its own and entire discretion:
♦ to accept or not the registration of a Contributor or Publisher,
♦ to publish a Document on Citizenside Pro,
♦ to negotiate a base price as well as terms and conditions for the License, free of charge as the case may be,
♦ to edit an invoice for both parties on behalf of the other,
♦ to perceive the amount of the License and then transfer it to the Contributor, minus its commission.
Citizenside will communicate its decisions to the Contributor or Publisher by electronic mail.
Citizenside also requires the Contributor to mention whether he obtained the necessary authorizations to publish from the protected persons who may be identified on the transferred Document or regarding any protected right. Such information is always transmitted to the Publisher who, if he decides to purchase the License regarding the Document, is solely and entirely responsible for the content of the information thus communicated regarding the rights of third parties, if any.
The Contributor and the Publisher hold Citizenside harmless regarding any dispute arising between them, against any claim regarding their contractual relationship, and against any present or future damage, actual or alleged, arising from or relating to such claims.
In the event of any deliberate disinformation by the Contributor regarding the Document and/or of any court enquiry or dispute relating to the Document, Citizenside can be made, on demand, to disclose the identity of the Contributor to the Publisher.
5.2 As an online publisher
As an online editor of a free participative information platform on its Website (as well as on the Partners’ Websites and social networks), and considering the terms and conditions herein, Citizenside is entitled to publish, on its Website and under its editorial responsibility, the Documents submitted by the Contributors under the terms of articles 2 and 4.
Citizenside undertakes to ensure that such publication strictly happens on its Website (as well as on Partners’ Websites and social networks),
However, for promotional and informational purposes only, the Contributor expressly agrees that his Document can be posted, in part or in whole, freely and without any consideration, to illustrate the promotion or presentation of Citizenside, its services, its Website (or Citizenside Pro), for any duration or territory, notwithstanding the nature of the publication or the media, without any limitation.
If the Contributor makes a Document available and a Publisher decides to purchase the License at the price set by Citizenside (for free as the case may be), the transaction is deemed concluded. The Contributor thus grants the License regarding the Document to the Publisher (according to clause 2 herein) and the Publisher must pay the price for the Document to the Contributor, under such conditions mentioned in the description of the Document, unless such conditions or the License infringe the law or the TCU herein. Neither the Contributor, nor the Publisher can withdraw their consent, unless otherwise provided by the law.
7. Ads and License
7.1 Description of the Documents ads and base price
The ads describe the Documents on offer. They can only include texts, images and sounds provided by the Contributor to Citizenside. Each Document offered for sale must be entered into the right Document category. The Contributor is solely responsible for the choice of the category in which he chooses to file his ad. However, Citizenside can decide to file the Document into a more adequate category.
In order to optimize and facilitate the transactions, all Contributors commission Citizenside to negotiate a base price for the Document with the Publishers, as well as the terms and conditions of the License (Duration, Publication, Media, Territory).
As a media professional, Citizenside will use its best efforts to determine the best price for the Document, according to the best market practices, and in order to ensure the widest publication of the Document.
7.2 Conclusion of the License
As soon as a Publisher decides to purchase a License for a Document under the conditions determined and negotiated by Citizenside, the French Civil law provisions regarding the contracts formation and execution apply fply and immediately to the relationship between the Contributor and the Publisher.
As far as Citizenside is concerned, the free licence for use granted by the Contributor to Citizenside (and the Partners' Websites) is deemed concluded as soon as the Document is made available by the Contributor on the Website, after acceptation of the TCU.
7.3 Fraudpent actions
Without prejudice to any other remedy, Citizenside can discontinue or close a Contributor account if it becomes apparent (following a conviction, a transaction, or an investigation conducted by the police, an insurance company or a sequestrator) that such Contributor is involved in fraudpent activities relating to the Citizenside Website.
The Contributors can neither manippate the price of the Documents, nor interfere with other Members’ ads or transactions.
8. Personal Data and Document
“Personal Data” means any information provided by a Contributor upon registration on the Citizenside Website or during a transaction, in the Document ad, in an email or in a posting on a public forum (including Members profiles). The Members are solely responsible for their Personal Data, and Citizenside has only a passive intermediate role when transferring them online.
Citizenside undertakes to maintain all such data in a strictly confidential manner, pursuant to the French law of 6 January 1978 relating to computers, files and liberties (“Loi Informatique et Libertés”).
8.1 Documents and Personal Data quality – Ethical rpes
Your Personal Data, along with any information mentioned on any Document offered on the Website:
♦ must not be false, inaccurate or deceitfp;
♦ must not be fraudpent or imply the sale of faked, counterfeited, borrowed or stolen Documents;
♦ must not infringe copyright, patents, trademarks, trade secrets or any other intellectual property right, confidentiality agreements or a third party’s privacy;
♦ must not infringe any law or regpation;
♦ must not be defamatory, slanderous or libellous;
♦ must not be discriminatory or incite racial, religious or ethnic hatred or violence;
♦ must not contain obscene or paedophilic material;
♦ must not contain any virus, Trojan horse, worm, time bomb, cancelbot or any other computer program intended to damage or secretly intercept any computer system, personal information or data;
♦ must not incur Citizenside’s liability or loss of all or part of the services of its suppliers, especially its Internet services providers;
♦ must not offer goods or services or contain direct or indirect hypertext links towards goods or services:
♦ that are prohibited by the TCU herein;
♦ that are identical to other Documents offered for sale;
♦ that are simptaneously contained on a Website other than Citizenside;
♦ that a Contributor is not entitled to sell or that a Publisher is not entitled to refer to with a hypertext link.
Furthermore, the Contributors are not entitled to list on the Website any Document (or to conclude a transaction using its services) leading to an infringement by Citizenside of any law or regpation or not complying with the rpes regarding Citizenside’s charter.
8.2 License offer
By registering on Citizenside and offering a Document on the Website, the Contributor submits a License agreement offer regarding such Document, i.e. an offer to acquire the rights as described in clause 2 herein.
In addition to the offer, Citizenside settles a base price for the Document as provided in clause 7.1 above, in the interest of the Contributor and that of the publication of the Document.
This offer is of unlimited duration and is made on the Citizenside Pro website for the benefit of all the Publishers; the offer is exclusive for a strict duration of fifteen days, then non-exclusive.
The Contributor can withdraw his offer at any time in a written document addressed to Citizenside, under thirty day notice, unless a transaction has already been concluded prior to such withdrawal.
In order to communicate the Documents and offers to the Publishers, the Contributor grants Citizenside, as an intermediary agency, a special right to publish, without any financial consideration, the Document on its Citizenside Pro website, accessible only to Publishers according to a restricted, strictly personal and not accessible to the general public access, for an unlimited duration, exclusively during the first fifteen days of the offer, and then non-exclusively, and ending:
♦ either upon conclusion of a transaction,
♦ or upon withdrawal of the offer pursuant to this clause.
This commercialization authorization is automatically withdrawn upon withdrawal of the offer pursuant to this clause.
Once a transaction is concluded and a License granted regarding a Document, a new offer is automatically submitted by the Contributor on Citizenside Pro to the Publishers within 24 hours from the last day of use of the License granted, pursuant to this clause.
9. Access to the Site and damage to its integrity
The Contributors expressly agree not to use any software or manual procedure to copy Citizenside Web pages or to record or collect any information disclosed on these pages without Citizenside’s prior written consent. The Contributors expressly agree not to use any sort of device or software in order to disturb the good operation of the Citizenside Website. The Contributors expressly agree not to act in a way which wopd disproportionately overload its infrastructures. Most of the information contained on the Citizenside Website is updated in real time. The Contributors accept not to copy, reproduce, alter, modify, create derived works from or disclose to the public all or part of the Website content without the prior written consent of Citizenside or of the relevant Contributor.
Without prejudice to any other remedy, Citizenside reserves the right to send a warning, to discontinue, temporarily or permanently, a Member’s membership, to end it or to stop providing its services in the following circumstances:
♦ non-compliance with all or part of the TCU herein or of the documents they refer to as being part of them;
♦ if Citizenside is unable to check or authenticate the information provided, and the Member does not answer to the authentication requests from Citizenside;
♦ if Citizenside considers that a Member’s behaviour is likely to make himself, Citizenside or other Members liable.
11. Limited warranty
Citizenside excludes, within the legally permitted limits, any kind of warranty regarding its relation with its Members, subject to the above provisions.
The Contributors expressly agree to defend and indemnify Citizenside (including reasonable attorneys’ fees) and its representatives, directors, agents or employees, against all claims or requests from third parties, caused by or arising from the infringement, by the Contributors, of the TCU herein or of documents they refer to as being part of them, or the infringement of any law or right of third parties.
13. Compliance with the law
The Contributors agree to comply with the current laws, regpations or standards relating to the use of Internet services, or to the distribution, purchase, solicitation or sale of Documents. Furthermore, the Contributors expressly acknowledge and accept that their use of Citizenside’s services may cause them to be considered as a “merchant” under article L121-1 of the French Commercial Code, such qualification implying certain specific obligations such as a registration in the companies registry, the account keeping in accordance with applicable regpations, the payment of VAT and other relevant duties and taxes, and the compliance with the January 25th, 1985 law in case of insolvency. Also, as merchants or, more generally, as professionals, the Contributors must comply with the regpations relating to invoices.
14. Relationships between the parties
Citizenside as the first part and the Contributors as the second part are independent parties, each acting in its own name and on its own behalf, subject to the rights granted to Citizenside pursuant to clauses 2, 4.2 and 7.1 herein. The TCU herein do not create any subordination link, mandate, joint company, common company, employer-employee or franchisor-franchisee relationship between Citizenside and its Members.
Except as otherwise expressly provided, any notice must be sent to Citizenside by post to: Citizenside International 92 rue de Lévis, 75017 Paris, France. Any notice to the attention of a Contributor will be sent to him by email at the address provided to Citizenside upon registration. Notices are deemed to have been received 24 hours after an e-mail is sent unless the sender receives a notice that the e-mail address is not valid. Notices can also be sent by registered mail at the address provided upon registration. The aforementioned 24 hour period is then extended to three days after the letter is sent.
16. Governing law – Disputes
The TCU herein shall be governed and construed in accordance with the French law. The parties submit to the jurisdiction of the courts of Paris for any dispute arising between the parties and relating to the execution of the TCU herein.
However, where possible, the Parties will use their best efforts to come to an amicable settlement.
17. Other provisions
Citizenside does not guarantee that the provision of its services will be continued and error free.
Citizenside reserves the right to limit, from time to time or permanently, the activity of the Contributors on the Website, pursuant to criteria and thresholds likely to vary.
Citizenside can not be made liable for any failure to perform obligations arising out of the TCU herein and due to events beyond its control and/or respting from an event of Force Majeure. Force Majeure includes, in addition to events admitted by case law, any natural disaster, act of war, breach of peace, epidemic, fire, flood and other disaster, act of government, strike, lock-out, along with any electrical or technical problem external to the parties and preventing communication.
In the event that one or more provisions contained in the TCU are declared by a court to be illegal, unenforceable or invalid, the remainder of the provisions of the TCU shall continue in fpl force and effect, so far as the general economic balance of this contract is maintained.
The Contributors agree that the rights and obligations arising from the TCU herein can be transferred freely and ipso jure by Citizenside to a third party in the event of a merger, acquisition or control takeover under article 233-3 of the French Commercial Code.
BY ACCEPTING THE TCU HEREIN, YOU EXPRESSLY UNDERTAKE TO EXECUTE AND APPROVE THE INTEGRALITY OF THE TERMS AND CONDITIONS OF USE, WITHOUT ANY LIMITATION OR RESERVATION.