Legal disclaimer

The website (hereafter the Site), accessible via the web address, is the property of Rehalto (hereafter the Company), a limited company with a share capital of EUR 600,000, registered with the Companies Registry of Paris under number 417 934 544, and whose head office is located at 71 boulevard National, 92 250 La Garenne Colombes.


Users of the Site can contact the Company and its webmaster using the following contact details:


Telephone number: 0033 (0)1 55 04 84 30

Publications Director: Christian Mainguy

Email address:


The Site is developed and maintained by the company RDLUX SA, hereafter referred to as Vanksen, a limited company with a share capital of EUR 31,000, whose head office is located at Centre Hermès 7, ZA du Bourmicht, L-8070 Bertrange, Grand Duchy of Luxembourg, listed with the Luxembourg commercial register under the number B 82 982.


Contact email address:


These terms of use and the data protection charter aim to ensure the best use of the Site and respect for the rights of all parties, including compliance with data protection and copyright law.


1. Terms of use of the Site.


The aim of the Site is to present Rehalto and all of its service offerings.


Access to and use of the site are subject to the conditions specified below. The use of the Site constitutes the user’s acceptance of these terms of use and commitment to respect them.


The Company advises users that these terms can be changed at any time. All changes will be published on the Site and all users accessing the Site after their publication will be presumed to have accepted the changes.


a. Intellectual Property


The content of the site, including but not limited to all logos, brands and photos on the Site, are protected under intellectual property law or any other legal provision applicable in a particular case. The Company holds all the associated rights, except for content expressly attributed to others.

Logos, brands and other content belonging to the Company on the Site may not be reproduced, distributed or adapted without permission, for either commercial or non-commercial purposes.

Users may reproduce the content of the Site for information only and strictly for private use in the absence of any provisions to the contrary.

The Company respects the intellectual property rights of third parties and all the legal provisions in force to protect the interests of third parties. The Company takes all the steps possible within the means at its disposal to ensure that the site does not infringe any protected rights.

However, if you think the site may breach any of your protected rights, the Company’s Publication Director can remove the content concerned on receipt of written notification from the copyright holder at the address above.

b. Links to other websites


The Site contains links to, and Clicking on any of these links automatically directs the Site user to these sites, which are subject to their own terms of use and not to the present terms.


The Site may contain links to other websites. We do not control these other sites and cannot monitor or verify their contents. It is your responsibility to review the policies of each blog/website you visit. In particular, we cannot control the practices of third-party sites with regard to the collection and processing of personal data and respect for privacy, even if these sites have a link to the Site. It is your responsibility to review the Company’s policies on respect for privacy, but also the policies of any blog or site linked to the Site, and to ensure that you only use sites whose content and usage rules you accept.


The Company disclaims any responsibility for any link on an external site leading to the Site. The Site may not be associated with the site containing the link and its content without the express authorisation of the Company.


c. Disclaimer


The Company regularly updates the content and facilities provided on the site to allow access to and use of the website under the best conditions for the user.

However, the Company cannot guarantee that all the content presented on the Site is accurate, complete and up to date. The Company recommends that users check the content, using the contact details for example, before using it. The Company disclaims any liability for the user’s use of the content, and its responsibility is limited to the provisions in the article “Intellectual Property of the Site”.


Consequently, the user is fully aware that the content presented on the Site is given for guidance only.


In addition, the Company reserves the right to make changes to the Site at any time it considers appropriate, and thus cannot guarantee that the whole Site will be available at all times without interruption, quickly, safely and without error.

These changes may affect the nature or extent of the services available. The Company invites the user to check content with the publication manager at the above address.


The Company cannot be held liable for any inconvenience or loss caused to a user by the actions of third parties making use of information on the Site using underhand techniques. The Company will however use all the resources at its disposal to combat actions of this type, within the limits of the constraints inherent to the Internet.


The Company cannot be held liable for any damage suffered due to the quality of the Internet network and/or technical configurations.


These terms of use are subject to the French Act n°78-17 of 6 January 1978 on Data Processing, Data Files and Individual Liberties and any disputes as to their application and interpretation will be presented to the competent court in Paris.


2. Data protection charter


The purpose of this charter is to inform the user about the information that may be collected and how it may be used. It also informs you of your rights with regard to personal data about you. The data protection policy includes respect for the confidentiality of personal data collected through all the modules that require personal information to be entered.

Providing personal data is not a condition for accessing the Site or any part of the Site. Furthermore, no personal information will be collected without your knowledge as you browse the Site.


We only collect information when you choose to contribute to the Site, which requires you to fill in forms. The data given in these forms will only be processed with your consent, which is given when you validate the forms.

The forms request that you voluntarily enter the following personal details:

– last name;

– first name;

– company;

– status;

– address;

– telephone;

– email;

– login and password for restricted access.



The user information collected via the forms mentioned above will be used purely for communication purposes, externally as mentioned above, and in this regard they will be sent to the company by the Publication Manager, and to Vanksen which is in charge of maintaining the Site, and will not be communicated to anyone else. The Company undertakes not to use the data collected for commercial solicitation purposes, and to only keep such data to ensure efficient communication as part of the functioning of the Site and in accordance with the wishes of the user.


The personal data collected by the forms may also be used by the companies mentioned above for purely technical purposes, in order to ensure that the Site is properly managed and that the modules function properly, and to facilitate the necessary communication with those users who have requested a response to a message or registration for the newsletter.


In accordance with the legislation in force, notably Act n°78-17 of 6 January 1978 on Data Processing, Data Files and Individual Libertiest, any user who communicates personal data via one of the forms mentioned above has:


1.  the right of access: you can obtain a copy of the data held about you and check that it is accurate;

2. the right of correction: if the information is inaccurate, you can demand that it be rectified, completed or deleted;

3. the right of removal: you can demand that your data be deleted.


These rights can be exercised on request by sending an email to or a letter to the Company at the address mentioned at the beginning of this document.


The Company takes all the steps necessary to protect the personal data of users against theft or non-authorised access.


The Company is also concerned about the security of information given by minors.

On our forms, minor users may mention data that concerns them. We emphasise that it is not our intention to spontaneously send emails to minors, i.e. without them having sought any intervention from us.

Because it cannot verify the majority of users completing its forms, the Company invites all parents/guardians to contact the Publications Manager in order to request the removal of information given by the children under their care.


Use of cookies


Like many websites, we may use “cookies” to collect and record information concerning the use of this Site. Cookies are designed to help us recognise you as a previous user of the Site so that we can adapt and customise our service to your profile, and thus increase your enjoyment the next time you visit the site.


The cookies we use cannot retrieve personal information identifying you from your hard drive other than cookies, or pass on computer viruses. The cookies allow us, for example, to personalise home pages by saving the preferences you chose during a previous visit to our Site. They can secure your password, identify the sections of the Site that you visited or keep track of your preferences. Our cookies can also collect a domain name and track your browsing through our web pages.


We use cookies purely to collect the information mentioned in this Charter, and under no circumstances will personal or identifying information enable you to be identified without your consent.


To measure your interest in the various sections of our Site, we reserve the right to analyse user behaviour on the Site. The information collected for this purpose will be used only to improve the content, enhance the experience for users browsing the Site and customise the content and/or layout of the pages.

You can change the way in which cookies are used. By changing the configuration of your browser, you can choose to accept all cookies, receive notification when a cookie is activated or reject all cookies. However, if you change this configuration it is likely that you will make browsing on the Site more difficult.


© Rehalto – 2016