Terms and Conditions of Use

Fair Play Interactive


Terms and Conditions of Use

The following chart presents Fair Play Interactive's commitments on Internet as well as the legal information concerning the site you are currently visiting. While browsing this site, as a user, you are considered to have taken knowledge of the conditions of use explained here after and the specific conditions related to certain site services and to have accepted the terms.

Personal Information

To provide you with adapted services, we may ask you to provide personal information. According to the services you subscribe to, you will be asked to provide mandatory and optional information.

Fair Play Interactive is engaged in respecting your private life and protecting the information you submit. In particular, the personal information collected on Fair Play Interactive internet sites are intended to be used by Fair Play Interactive. They can be yielded to third parties.

In accordance with the January 6th 1978 law "Informatique et Libertés", you have the right to access, correct, modify and erase personal information you have given us.

If you subscribed to informational services by email (newsletters) you may ask to no longer receive these emails by sending Fair Play Interactive a mail at unsubscribe@fairplayinteractive.tv with the subject "unsubscribe mailing list".

Links to other sites

Fair Play Interactive points towards third party sites on www.fairplayinteractive.tv. These links are established in cooperation with the concerned sites at a time when Fair Play Interactive found it fitting, considering the content and services they provided.

Fair Play Interactive will not be held responsible of the content of these sites and of the use other users may make of them.

Intellectual Property

Access to www.fairplayinteractive.tv bestows the right to private and non-exclusive use of the site.

The whole of the elements edited on this site, including texts, pictures, computer graphics, logos, brands… form a work in the sense of the term used by the Intellectual Property code. Consequently, any representation or reproduction, complete or partial, that could take place without the consent of the authors or assignees, is illegal.