Effective on 30/04/2020


The present general conditions of use (known as “GCU“) are intended to provide a legal framework for the terms and conditions for the provision of the site and services by EXOCELL and to define the conditions of access and use of the services by “the User“.

These T&Cs can be accessed on the site under the heading “Legal notices“.

Article 1: Legal notice

The website is published by SAS EXOCELL with a capital of 160,000 euros, registered with the RCS of DOUAI under number 807 413 885, whose head office is located at Zi Bonnel – 121 Rue Du Galibot 59167 Lallaing

Telephone number 03 59 43 30 44

E-mail address:

The Director of publication is: Stanislas MICHAUX

The Webmaster is: cgraphis


The host of the site is the company PlanetHoster, whose head office is located at Address: 4416 Rue Louis B Mayer, Laval, QC H7P 0G1, Canada, with the number of phone: +1 514-802-1644.

ARTICLE 2: Access to the site

The site allows the User free access to the following services:

Presentation of the ExoCell company, the products and services it offers.

Request for information via a contact form.

The site is accessible free of charge anywhere to any User with Internet access. All costs borne by the User to access the service (hardware, software, Internet connection, etc.) are his responsibility.

ARTICLE 3: Data collection / privacy policy

In accordance with the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) which entered into force on May 25, 2018:

The information collected in the contact form is saved in a file computerized by Mathieu Georgel. used exclusively for commercial prospecting and the proposal of services.

The data marked with an asterisk in the questionnaire must be provided. Otherwise, ExoCell will not be able to contact you to respond to your request.

The data collected will be communicated to the following recipients only: sales team in charge of relations with companies.

ExoCell undertakes not to transmit the collected data to other commercial companies.


Data is retained for 5 years.

You can access the data concerning you, rectify it, request its deletion or exercise your right to limit the processing of your data.

Consult the website for more information on your rights.

To exercise these rights or for any questions about the processing of your data in this system, you can contact Mathieu Georgel or Stanislas Michaux at the following address: ExoCell – ZI Bonnel – 121 rue du Galibot – 59167 Lallaing . Tel: 03 59 43 30 44

If you believe, after contacting us, that your “Data Protection” rights have not been respected, you can file a complaint with the CNIL.

ARTICLE 4: Intellectual Property

The trademarks, logos, signs as well as all the content of the site (texts, images, sound, etc.) are protected by the Intellectual Property Code and more particularly by copyright.< /p>

The EXOCELL brand is a registered trademark of EXOCELL SAS. Any representation and/or reproduction and/or partial or total exploitation of this brand, of any nature whatsoever, is totally prohibited.

The User must seek the prior authorization of the site for any reproduction, publication, copy of the various contents. He undertakes to use the contents of the site in a strictly private context, any use for commercial and advertising purposes is strictly prohibited.

Any total or partial representation of this site by any means whatsoever, without the express authorization of the operator of the website would constitute an infringement punishable by article L 335-2 and following of the Intellectual Property Code .

It is reminded in accordance with article L122-5 of the Intellectual Property Code that the User who reproduces, copies or publishes the protected content must cite the author and his source.

The creation of hypertext links to the site is subject to the prior written consent of Exocell.

ARTICLE 5: Liability

The sources of the information published on the site are deemed reliable but the site does not guarantee that it is free from faults, errors or omissions.

Exocell cannot be held responsible for errors, inaccuracies or omissions which cannot be excluded, despite the care taken in the creation of the site. Users of the site will carry out all useful checks.

The information provided is presented for information and general purposes without contractual value. They may be modified or updated without notice. Despite regular updates, the site cannot be held responsible for the modification of the administrative and legal provisions occurring after publication. Similarly, the site cannot be held responsible for the use and interpretation of the information contained in this site.

The site cannot be held responsible for any viruses that could infect the computer or any computer equipment of the Internet user, following a use, access, or download from this site.

The site cannot be held liable in the event of force majeure or the unforeseeable and insurmountable act of a third party.

ARTICLE 6: Hypertext links

Hypertext links may be present on the site. The User is informed that by clicking on these links, he will leave the site The latter has no control over the web pages to which these links and can not, in any case, be responsible for their content.

ARTICLE 7: Cookies

The User is informed that during his visits to the site, a cookie may be automatically installed on his browser software.

Cookies are small files temporarily stored on the hard drive of the User’s computer by your browser and which are necessary for the use of the site< /em>. Cookies do not contain personal information and cannot be used to identify anyone. A cookie contains a unique, randomly generated and therefore anonymous identifier. Some cookies expire at the end of the User’s visit, others remain.

The information contained in cookies is used to improve the site

By browsing the site, the User accepts them.

The User must however give his consent to the use of certain cookies.

Failing acceptance, the User is informed that certain features or pages may be refused.

The User may deactivate these cookies through the settings in their browser software.

ARTICLE 8: Applicable law and competent jurisdiction

French law applies to this contract. In the event of absence of amicable resolution of a dispute arising between the parties, the French courts will have sole jurisdiction to hear it.

For any questions relating to the application of these T&Cs, you can contact the publisher using the contact details listed in ARTICLE 1.


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