General conditions of use of the website
10th of July 2019 version
1. Legal mentions
The www.webulous.be or www.webulous.io websites that you are visiting (hereunder named the "website") are produced by : Webulous, digital agency established Konkelstreet 105/16 at 1150 Brussels, with as VAT/BCE number : BE 0721 652 086.
2. Acceptation of the general conditions of use of the website
By visiting, voluntarily, the present website, it is understood that the user accepts, unreserved, the general conditions of use of the website (CGU) that he recognises to have read and understood.
If you don't accept the CGU, you are not allowed to use this website and you are asked to deconnect immediatly.
3. Demands and/or informations treatment
By communicating informations to Webulous via this website form, by email or any other way, you guarantee that you are using your own identity.
We reserve the right to subordinate the demands or informations processing, to suspend it or to refuse it in the following cases :
› Incomplete or incorrect informations ;
› Communication of manifestly erroneous or even fantasist datas ;
The list hereabove is not exhaustive.
The services and properties proposed on the website are described in good faith, the most precisely and accurately possible. The images presented on the website do not have any contractual value.
5. Intellectual property rights
The content of this website is protected by copyright. The copy, the traduction, the modification and the broadcasting of the whole or some of it, under any form, is forbidden, except with a preliminary written permission of Webulous. Any infraction to such intellectual rights can lead to civil and penal pursuits.
Any total or partial reproduction of our website is strictely forbidden.
6. Personal data processing
We care for your privacy when using the website and for your rights in the matter of the protection en control of personal data. Those you provide on the website are recorded and processed in the strict respect of the privacy protection charter available for consultation here.
Our website does not intend to collect personal data of visitors aged of less than 16 years old, unless they were given the autorisation from their parents or guardian or if we are obliged to do so in execution of our legal obligations.
We are however not in position to verify if a visitor of our website is 16 years old. Consequently, we advise the parents to be involved in their children's online activities, in order to prevent their children's personal data from being collected without their consent.
If you remain convinced that we have collected a minor's personal data without your consent, we invite you to contact us via email@example.com.
In any case, we will not be able to be taken for responsible for the damages resulting from the indisponibility of the service corresponding to the user's requests.
8. Disclaimer – responsibility limitation
Webulous shall not be held responsible of any damage coming from its Internet website use, including but not limited to, all direct and indirect damages.
Webulous takes upon itself for instance no responsibility concerning the content of the websites to which it establishes an hypertext link, particularly in regard to the privacy protection.
The informations and the material included in this website are only given for information and are not at all an offer from Webulous, its administrators, employees and/or representative who shall not be held responsible, for any possible reason, contractually or not, of the eventual damages - direct or indirect - that you would endure after accessing this website, for having visited and/or used it, except in case of a grave or intentional fault that would be attributable to him, as well as in case of misleading, inaccurate or contradictory information.
9. Contentions and suitable law
The parties agree that any disagreement or contention related to the present general conditions of use or coming from its interpretation or its application will be submitted to a preliminary mediation. To this end, the present parties commit themselves to participationg to at least one mediation meeting by delegating to it a person having decision-making power. The mediator will be chosen by the parties. In the absence of an amicable agreement, any contention coming under the execution or interpretation of the present will be submitted to Belgian law and will be the exclusive competence of the court of the Brussels judiciary arrondissement.
We reserve the right to bring modifications to the present general conditions of use of this website, in order to take into account any legal, case law or technical evolution. The last version alone shall prevail.