Terms and conditions of use – website www.syngenia.be
1. General information
This website was created and is managed by Syngenia SA with registered office, Boulevard Simon Bolivar 34, 1000 Brussels.
This website and the information it contains may be used on the condition that the terms and conditions of use hereafter are fully complied with. By using this website you, hereafter referred to as “the user”, are deemed to have accepted the terms and conditions.
The information that the user finds on this website or that is provided to the user via this website is of a general nature and can consequently not be considered as meeting the user’s personal requirements or particular conditions.
Syngenia SA reserves the right to change the information on this website at any time and at its own discretion without prior notice.
Syngenia SA makes every effort to ensure that the information contained on this website is complete, correct, accurate and up to date. However Syngenia SA cannot be held liable for any faults or inadequacies or any loss or damage that you suffer as a result of using the information provided.
Should the information provided contain errors or should information that the user could normally expect to find on our website be lacking, Syngenia SA commits itself to put this straight within the shortest possible delay as soon as it was informed of such inadequacies. We therefore invite you to e-mail any remarks or suggestions to our webmaster.
2. Personal details disclosed by the user
The data gathered via this website will be kept by Syngenia SA to be used for personnel recruitment/selection and in order to keep you informed about our actions. Please refer yourself to the privacy statement below for more information.
3. Disruptions – Compatibility
Syngenia SA does the best it can to make sure that there are no disruptions in the availability of this website, and disclaims any liability for any loss or damage the user may suffer as a consequence of these disruptions.
Syngenia SA does not guarantee that the files contained on the website are compatible with the user’s infrastructure. The user should see to it that they have the appropriate IT hardware and software, including security software (e.g. firewall, anti-virus software etc.).
4. Intellectual property rights
The Website is fully subject to Belgian law on copyright, trademarks and, in general, on intellectual property.
The Syngenia SA trademarks and logos (semi-figurative trademarks) shown on the Website are registered trademarks. Any full or partial reproduction or representation, alone or in company with other elements, without the prior express written authorization of Syngenia SA is strictly forbidden.
The general structure, software, texts, images, videos, sounds, know-how, animations, and more generally all information and content shown on the Website, are the property of Syngenia SA or are subject to rights of use or exploitation. These elements are subject to copyright law.
Any full or partial representation, modification, reproduction, distortion, of all or part of the Website or its contents, by any procedure whatsoever and in any medium whatsoever, constitutes an infringement sanctioned by articles of Intellectual Property Code.
These Terms do not grant you any license for the use of trademarks, logos or photographs belonging to Syngenia SA.
Any databases appearing on the Website are protected by the legal provisions for the protection of databases. In this respect, Syngenia SA expressly prohibits any re-use, reproduction or extraction of elements of these databases. The user shall be held liable for any such reuse, reproduction or extraction.
Syngenia SA reserves the right to delete immediately and without prior notice any content – message, text, image or graphic that contravenes the laws and regulations in force and particularly the regulations specified above.
If you wish to use some of the Website content (text, image, etc), you must obtain prior express written authorization from Syngenia SA, by sending an e-mail to firstname.lastname@example.org.
5. Unauthorized use of the website
The users of this website agree that they will not:
a. wrongfully or unlawfully use the information on this website;
b. use the website in any way that may damage or alter it, disrupt its availability or affect its efficiency in any way;
c. use the website for transmitting or posting computer viruses, unlawful or wrongfully obtained material, or material that is in any way inappropriate, including but not limited to libellous, obscene or intimidating material;
d. use the website in any way that violates the rights of a natural person, a legal person or association, including but not limited to privacy rights and intellectual property rights;
e. use the website for posting or transmitting material for promotional or publicity ends.
Syngenia SA reserves the right to declare the user in default and/or start legal proceedings against the user if its interests or the interests of a third party are harmed as a result of the violation of the above provisions or any other action by the user.
When logging on to the Website, you may be informed that a cookie will automatically be installed on your browser software. This is a block of data that is not used for identification purposes but for recording information about your browsing on the Website. It is used to analyse activity, measure interest, etc., and otherwise to improve the quality of the Website.
You can set your browser software to inform you of the presence of a cookie and to refuse it if you wish. The method is varies from one browser to another:
- With Microsoft Internet Explorer 5.x and 6.x: click on the “Tools” menu then on “Internet Options”, select the “Privacy” tab then move the cursor to the required security level or click on the “Advanced” button then “Ignore automatic processing of cookies” and check the option “Refuse” or “Ask” for each column;
- With Netscape Navigator 6.2: click on the “Edit” menu then on “Preferences”, select “Privacy and security” then select the item “Cookies” and check “Disable” or “Ask me”;
- With Mozilla Firefox version 1.x and 1.5: click on the “Tools” menu then on “Options”, select the “Privacy” then “Cookies” tab and uncheck the “Authorise” box;
- With Apple Safari: go the “Safari > Safari Preferences” menu then click on the “Security” tab and click on “Only from Websites consulted”.
You have the right to access, rectify or delete personal details sent via a cookie as described in the “Personal information” section.
8. Personal data
The user is free to use this website to consult information about our organization and services without having to provide any personal details. Only to participate in contests or for the use of specific services on this website does the user have to provide personal details. Whenever the user provides personal details, Syngenia SA will treat these in conformity with the privacy statement below and the legal obligation with regard to the processing of personal data.
9. Access codes en Passwords
Some services on the Website require an access code and password.
These access codes and passwords are confidential, personal and nontransferable. You are responsible for their management, safekeeping and for the consequences of their use. You are responsible for taking the measures necessary for their protection and safekeeping. Syngenia SA may under no circumstances be held liable for any fraudulent use.
For security reasons, access to secure sections will be automatically barred after several failed access attempts. Syngenia SA reserves the right to suspend access to the Website in the event of fraud or attempted fraud in the use of a password or access code. In the event of your access being suspended, Syngenia SA will notify you.
The information recorded by the website’s computer system when the user logs on will constitute evidence of any actions performed by the user on the Website, and evidence that those actions have been processed.
With the exception of proven intentional fault or gross negligence and proven causal connection to any damage ensuing from it, Syngenia SA cannot be held liable for any damage that may result from the use of this website or any information provided on it or accessed via this website (e.g. by the links the website provides).
Neither can Syngenia SA be held liable for any damage resulting from technical shortcomings, disruptions of access to this website or any harmful interferences with the user’s system or software.
Syngenia SA cannot be held liable for any damage caused by viruses, bugs, Trojan horses etc. should these occur on the website in spite of all the precautions that were taken.
11. Applicable legislation
Any assignment or other transfer of the rights granted under these conditions is strictly forbidden. If, for any reason whatsoever, a competent court were to rule that a provision of these Terms is invalid, the invalidity of that provision will not in any way affect the validity of the remaining Terms, which will remain in force.
Failure by one of the parties to exercise a right or to institute legal proceedings under the terms of these Terms shall not be deemed to be a waiver of such a right or such proceedings
This website is governed by Belgian law. Disputes arising in connection with this website shall be subject to the exclusive jurisdiction of the Belgian courts.