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Tel.: 01 41 02 18 24
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SAS (Joint Stock Company) with a capital of €95,370
RCS (Trade and Company Register) Paris B 405 398 736
APE Code (Principal Activity Code): 6202A
VAT Nº: FR35 405 398 736
Address: 132 à 190 Bd de Verdun – 92413 Courbevoie Cedex – France
Tel.: 01 41 99 11 44


Intellectual Property

All the information, data and documents contained on the website are the property of INELFE or subject to usage, exploitation and reproduction rights.
This website is entirely governed by French and European copyright and intellectual property legislation. Any request for the reproduction and use of its content (including iconographic and photographic documents) must be made in advance to INELFE or the Press Office (Gabinete de Prensa).
The trademarks and logos of INELFE appearing on the website are subject to protection. The reproduction or representation, in whole or in part, of these trademarks and logos, alone or together with other elements, is strictly prohibited without express prior authorisation from INELFE. The user shall be entirely liable under intellectual property legislation.

Terms and Conditions of Use

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Limitation of Liability

The website publisher makes every effort to ensure the accuracy and up-to-date nature of all the information provided on its website and directly linked thereto. However, the publisher cannot guarantee that the information contained is complete, precise, exact, exhaustive and free of errors.
The website publisher reserves the right to correct or amend the content of this website at any time and without prior notice.
The website publisher may not be held liable for the information available on its “website” or any use that may be made of the information contained on this website or that may be obtained in response to a question asked via this website. Under no circumstances shall the publisher be held liable for any damages of any kind, direct or indirect, resulting from use of this website or in relation to this website. In general, the website publisher declines all liability for any use that may be made of this website.
Any attempt to transfer information to a website owned by any third party or to amend the information contained on this website is prohibited and may lead to civil or criminal action being brought by the website publisher.
The website publisher accepts no liability for any hypertext or other electronic element used either directly or indirectly from the website. Similarly, the existence of a link does not imply that liability may be transferred to the publisher. The website publisher does not guarantee nor hold any commitment to websites owned by third parties and may not be held liable for the content thereof. The creation of a hypertext link to the website is strictly prohibited without express consent from the website publisher.
The website publisher cannot guarantee nor guarantees that the server hosting the website is free of viruses or that the files to which access may be gained by downloading the same from this website or any other website owned by third parties are free of viruses or functional errors. Given that viruses can be transmitted via the Internet, we recommend that users take the necessary steps to protect their computer against any intrusion, any technical problem that may damage the components of their computer and the data that may be stored on their computer. At any event, neither the website publisher nor any of its subcontractors may be held liable for the damages that may arise during the connection to and browsing of the website.

French and European legislation on data protection and privacy:

The French Information Technology and Liberties law (« Informatique et Liberté ») of 6 January 1978 currently in force and European Regulation Nº 2016/679/EU of 27 April 2016 (“GDPR”) constitute the legal framework applicable to the processing of personal data.  

The term “personal data” is understood as any information relating to an identified or identifiable individual, regardless of whether said identification can be made directly or indirectly (in other words, data that allow an individual to be identified via cross-referencing with other data sources: ID number or other specific aspects of the person affected).

The controller of your data is INELFE.
The subject of the personal data processing is the person to whom the data being processed refer.

Pursuant to current legislation, the data subject is entitled to access, rectify, oppose, maintain, limit or cancel the data, as well as withdraw their consent regarding the personal data collected.

These rights may be exercised by writing an email to: INELFE, golfedegacogne@inelfe.eu
For more information, the persons affected may also consult the website of the French National Commission on Informatics and Liberty (“CNIL”). The persons affected may also lodge a complaint with the watchdogs under the terms provided in current legislation.  

Your personal data will be kept for the period of time necessary to fulfil the purpose for which they were collected.

Confidentiality Policy:

Users may visit the website at www.inelfe.eu without the need to identify themselves or provide personal information about themselves.

Nonetheless, INELFE may request information from users via a contact form for processing their request or to establish a correspondence (management of newsletters and invitations to engagement meetings). INELFE undertakes to ensure that the collection and processing of personal data carried out via the website at www.inelfe.eu meets the requirements of the GDPR and the French Information Technology and Liberties Act.

Each form shall only collect the personal data or other information strictly necessary for the purposes thereof and specifically states:

-          The purpose for collecting the data;

-          Whether the data are required or optional for the management of requests;

-          The data controller of said data;

-          Who may have access to the data.

INELFE has the authority to process your personal data on the following legal bases:

-          Consent: You have given your consent by filling out a form authorising the processing of your personal data for a specific purpose or for certain purposes. You may revoke this consent at any time through the means available to you.

-          Legitimate interest of INELFE: The processing of your data is based on the legitimate interest of INELFE when there is no other legitimate basis to allow for processing. In all cases, an analysis of our authority has been carried out so as not to violate your fundamental rights and freedoms in any way, considering the reasonable expectations pursuant to your relationship with INELFE.

INELFE has a policy of not sharing the data of its customers with third parties. Only INELFE has access to the information provided by users.


The sole responsibility of this publication lies with the author. The European Union is not responsible for any use that may be made of the information contained therein.