Conditions of Use

Article 1: Description of the Website

The website is accessible at the following URL: (hereinafter the “Website”).

The publisher of the Website is SPARKNEWS SAS, a French Company with capital of 1,500 euros, registered on the Trade & Companies Register of Paris under the number 533 807 087, whose registered office is located at 5 rue Guichard – 75016 Paris, represented by Christian De Boisredon. 

Website design and production:

BUG Agency
Address : 9 rue des Colonnes, 75002 Paris, France

SIRET: 45081431400040


This website is hosted on Datacampus’s servers.
35 rue du grand puits 79230 Vouillé, France
E-mail: rf.supmacatad@tcatnoc

SIRET: 79990205100025

Article 2: Rules for use of the Website

Users must have the skills, hardware and software required for use of the Internet, or if applicable, Internet, telephone and Audiotel services and acknowledge that the characteristics and constraints of the Internet do not guarantee the security, availability and integrity of Internet data transmissions.

The equipment (computer, software, telecommunications means, etc.) for accessing the Website is the exclusive responsibility of the users, as are the telecommunications costs incurred by its use. As such, users acknowledge that they cannot demand any compensation of any kind whatsoever from SPARKNEWS SAS.

Article 3: Intellectual Property

All content, pages, scripts, icons or sounds on this Website is the exclusive property of SPARKNEWS SAS. Any production, reproduction or representation of this Website, in whole or in part (texts, sounds or images), on any medium whatsoever, is prohibited. Failure to comply with this prohibition constitutes an infringement that may result in civil and criminal penalties.

It is strictly forbidden to use or reproduce the registered trademarks, models or designs, which are the property of SPARKNEWS SAS for any purpose whatsoever, including for advertising purposes, without the prior written consent of SPARKNEWS SAS.

Article 4: Internet risks

The Website’s services are accessible 24 hours a day, seven days a week, except in case of force majeure or an event beyond the control of SPARKNEWS SAS and are subject to maintenance periods and possible failures.

Transfer rates and response times of information circulating between the Internet and the Website platform are not guaranteed by SPARKNEWS. Indeed, the speed of circulation of information does not come under the provision of access offered by SPARKNEWS SAS, but under characteristics inherent to on-line networks relating to the technical means of absorbing the traffic generated.

SPARKNEWS SAS reminds users of the characteristics and limitations of the Internet and accepts no responsibility for the consequences of the user connecting to the network via the Website.

More specifically, SPARKNEWS SAS cannot be held responsible for any material or immaterial damage caused to users, to their computer equipment and to the data stored thereon and the possible implications on their personal, professional or commercial activity.

SPARKNEWS SAS cannot be held responsible in the event that one or more users cannot connect to the Website due to a technical fault or any issues related to network congestion.

Article 5: Responsibility

SPARKNEWS SAS has made every effort to ensure that the information accessible through its Website is accurate. However, SPARKNEWS SAS does not guarantee in any way that this information is accurate, complete and up-to-date.

SPARKNEWS SAS may unilaterally and at any time temporarily or permanently interrupt putting its Website on-line without its responsibility being able to be sought and without this giving rise to the award of damages of any kind whatsoever.

The pages of the Website may contain hypertext links to other websites managed by companies that are separate from SPARKNEWS SAS and over which SPARKNEWS SAS does not have any sort of control. SPARKNEWS SAS is not responsible for the content of any other website to which you may have access via the Website or its related websites. No user or visitor of the Website may set up a hypertext link to this Website without the express prior authorisation of SPARKNEWS SAS.

SPARKNEWS SAS is free to modify these legal notices at any time without any responsibility being engaged in this regard. The latest version of the legal notices is binding on users.

Article 6: Cookies policy

1/ What is a cookie?

A cookie is a text file placed on your computer when visiting a site. It contains user data to facilitate your browsing and allow certain features such as storing the contents of a shopping cart, to save the language settings of a site or to target advertising.

Cookies are not kept beyond 13 months.

2/ What is the purpose of our cookies?

The cookies placed on your computer, your tablet or your mobile allow us to recognize your browser when you connect to our site. Solicitous about the services we offer, we issue cookies to:

– Establish visit statistics (number of visits, page views, etc.) in order to monitor and improve the quality of our services;

– adapt the interface appearance of our site to the display preferences of your terminal

Social Cookies (Share button on social networks)

These cookies allow you to interact from the SPARKNEWS site with social networks and to share the contents of the SPARKNEWS site with other people or to inform them about your consultation or opinion on it, when you click on the “Share” or “Like” buttons on Facebook and Twitter, for example. By disabling these cookies, you will no longer be able to share SPARKNEWS articles from the SPARKNEWS site on social networks.

These cookies also allow social networks or their partners to present you with advertisements adapted to your interests based on your browsing. By disabling these cookies, advertisements related to your supposed interests will no longer be offered.

3/ What happens if I do not allow cookies?

If cookies are not allowed on your computer, tablet or mobile phone, your experience on our website may be limited (for example, you may not be able to browse the entire site).

4/ How to disable / enable cookies?

You can choose to disable cookies in your browser at any time by following the instructions provided in your browser’s help files.

You can also configure your cookies directly in your browser settings.

Google Chrome :
Internet Explorer :…
Mozilla Firefox :
Safari :

Article 7: Legislation

The legal notices are governed by French law and any disputes relating to their execution and/or interpretation shall be submitted to the French courts.