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Corporate name COFIEM ELECTRONICS M.C.O. SOLUTIONS
Siret: 381 834 050 R.C.S Lyon (Corporate and Trade Register)
APE (main business): 3320C
Intra-VAT: FR-62381834050
SAS (Simplified Joint Stock Company) with capital of 400,000 euros
Complete address: 221 allée de Fétan, 01600 Trévoux, France
Tel: +33 (0)4 37 49 91 39
Fax: +33 (0)4 37 49 91 40

Editorial coordinator

Surname and first name of person who is responsible for the content: Laurent MATHIEU
Position: Chief Executive Officer
Tel: +33 (0)4 37 49 91 39

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Privacy and personal data protection policy

Pursuant to the French Data Protection law No. 78-17 of 6 January 1978 related to the protection of natural persons with regard to the processing of personal data, amended by the law No. 2004-801 of 6 August 2001, personal information is automatically collected, recorded and stored on this website pursuant to the declaration of personal data processing filed with the French Data Protection Agency (CNIL). The right to access and correct this data provided by article 34 et seq. of the aforementioned law can be exercised by writing to COFIEM ELECTRONICS M.C.O. SOLUTIONS at 15 Rue Jean Elysée Dupuy, 69410 Champagne Au Mont d'Or, France.

Liability

COFIEM ELECTRONICS M.C.O. SOLUTIONS is only obliged to use its best efforts for all of the site's steps and functionalities. COFIEM ELECTRONICS M.C.O. SOLUTIONS cannot be held liable for any consequences or damages inherent in the use of the Internet, especially a disruption of service, an external intrusion or the presence of computer viruses or any event qualified as force majeure, in accordance with the jurisprudence.

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