Legal notice


CDG, Simplified joint-stock company

20 boulevard Poissonnière – 75009 PARIS

Registered with the RCS of PARIS No. 350 884 391

NAF: 7311Z

Intra-Community VAT No.: FR 67 350 884 391

Publication Director: Richard Grumberg

Website creation: SH Digital

Editorial Manager: Liliane Isoni

Website Host: Digital Ocean New York 101, 6th Avenue UNITED STATES


Nature of service

This site is free and accessible to any internet user. Its purpose is to present the activities of the CDG company.


Responsibility of the internet user

The internet user accessing the WEB page expressly declares to have read and understood the legal information, the personal data protection policy as well as the cookie policy and accepts them without reservation.

The internet user undertakes not to use any data from the WEB page for activities contrary to public order, law, and good morals.

Any opinions, images, and more generally, content that the internet user exports will remain solely under their responsibility without engaging the CDG company, which declines any responsibility in case of damage of any nature caused by this export.


Exoneration of responsibility of the CDG company

In case of impossibility or difficulty of access to the site, due to technical problems or other reasons, the internet user cannot foresee any damage and cannot claim any compensation.

As the various services and interfaces made available to internet users are free, the CDG company only undertakes to make reasonable efforts regarding access to the site and its proper functioning.

The CDG company disclaims all responsibility in case of malfunctions, suspension, or interruption of the service.

In case of errors, malfunctions, suspension, or interruption, the CDG company will undertake the necessary corrections within a reasonable time.

The CDG company reserves the right to suspend the service, notably for maintenance, corrections, and updates, without the need for prior notice.

The hypertext links present on the site may refer to other websites. The responsibility of the CDG company cannot be engaged if the content of these sites contravenes current legislation. Similarly, the internet user cannot engage the responsibility of the CDG company if their visit to one of these sites causes them harm.


Intellectual property

The CDG company owns the domain name:

As well as the name of the WEB page:

All content on the WEB page (images, drawings, graphics, texts, videos, audios, logos, distinctive signs, and others, the list being neither limiting nor exhaustive) is the property of the CDG company. Failing to be the owner, the CDG company holds an authorization to use in the form of a license or other.

The content cannot be modified, copied, reproduced, or altered in whole or in part.

In case of contravention, the company reserves all rights to pursue both civilly and criminally, all for the purpose of safeguarding its rights.


Mentions regarding the law on Information Technology and Liberties of January 6, 1978

The internet user has the free choice to provide personal information about themselves.

The provision of personal information is not essential for browsing the site.

When you leave a comment on our site, the data entered in the comment form, as well as your IP address and browser user agent, are collected to help us detect unwanted comments.

An anonymized string created from your email address (also called a hash) may be provided to the Gravatar service to see if you are using it. The privacy clauses of the Gravatar service are available here: After your comment is approved, your profile picture will be publicly visible next to your comment.

In accordance with the Data Protection Act of January 6, 1978, the internet user has a right to object, question, access, and rectify the data provided. To do this, they only need to make a request to the publisher of this site using the contact form.

The personal data collected is subject to computer processing.

The data controller is the CDG company whose contact details are indicated at the beginning of this document.


Use of cookies

A cookie is a file that a site places on the internet user’s browser so that the site can remember the internet user.

The CDG company’s site uses Google Analytics cookies.

Cookies do not compromise the security of the site.

If you leave a comment on our site, you will be offered to save your name, email address, and website in cookies. This is only for your convenience so that you do not have to enter this information if you leave another comment later. These cookies expire after one year.

If you go to the login page, a temporary cookie will be created to determine if your browser accepts cookies. It does not contain any personal data and will be automatically deleted when you close your browser.

When you log in, we will set up several cookies to save your login information and screen preferences. The lifespan of a login cookie is two days, that of a screen option cookie is one year. If you check « Remember me », your login cookie will be kept for two weeks. If you log out of your account, the login cookie will be deleted.

When you edit or publish a post, an additional cookie will be saved in your browser. This cookie does not include any personal data. It simply indicates the ID of the post you just edited. It expires after one day.

Articles on this site may include embedded content (e.g., videos, images, articles, etc.). Embedded content from other sites behaves in the same way as if the internet user were visiting that other site.

These websites may collect data about you, use cookies, embed third-party tracking tools, track your interactions with embedded content if you have an account connected to their website.


Privacy policy – Personal data protection

For any information on how we process your personal data, the internet user will consult our personal data management policy.


Nullity or ineffectiveness of a clause

If any clause of the legal information were to be declared null, void, or ineffective, this declaration would be limited to the clause concerned without causing the nullity or ineffectiveness of the entire document.


Applicable law and jurisdictional attribution

The site is governed by French law. The internet user expressly declares to accept that any disputes that may arise will be subject to the Courts of Paris.