Who we are?
Our website address is: https://www.impact-european.com
3 Cité de la Roquette 75011 Paris – France
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Is a newspaper created in accordance with the laws of 1901 following a recording in the prefecture of Paris the 14.10.2013 on the number: W751221581.
OFFICIAL JOURNAL 1257 / 28.10.2013
It is founded with present the statutes an association governed by the law of July 1st, 1901.
Development of a newspaper of information general on Web, follow–up of the actions of association.
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Where we send your data
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We fully respect the privacy of the people and data we receive.
Also, the site Impact-European.com complies with the laws and regulations in force in France and the EU, intellectual property, confidentiality, computing, editorial content and freedoms.
National Commission Informatique et Libertés (C.N.I.L.)
In accordance with the guidelines established by the CNIL, Impact-European.com is committed to respecting privacy and confidentiality. The following points should be noted:
1) The e-mails sent and the data collected by the forms, will in no case be published or transmitted to any third party without the agreement of the senders. The same will apply to e-mail addresses received on the occasion of such e-mails or electronic transactions.
In any case, each correspondent can at any time ask Impact-European.com to delete his email address.
2) The web host impact-european.com, the company Godaddy.com, also agrees to respect the confidentiality of data and not to transmit to third parties the data received, whether electronic addresses or confidential data.