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September 27 2013

06:51

Search for dotclear « Exploits Database by Offensive Security

Only 4 results for dotclear, compared to dozens for wordpress (with plugins). This means there is far less indexed vulnerabilities about DotClear than about this other content management system (CMS).

Check out https://dotclear.org !
06:51

Search for dotclear « Exploits Database by Offensive Security

Only 4 results for dotclear, compared to dozens for wordpress (with plugins). This means there is far less indexed vulnerabilities about DotClear than about this other content management system (CMS).

Check out https://dotclear.org !

July 20 2013

10:15

Données PERSOnelles ? Plus avec RSS graffiti (application Facebook) !

Cet appli de publication de fil RSS demande BEAUCOUP TROP de données personnelles, puisqu'elle souhaite accéder à vos profil public, liste d’amis, adresse électronique et groupes. (Tout ça juste pour publier un flux RSS sur sa page personnelle.)

Non merci.

FanPoint est bien moins connue et utilisée, mais demande pire : aussi les mentions J'aime.
TwitterFeed est l'une des moins pire, puisqu'elle ne demande "que" les profil public et liste d’amis.

Voici ses conditions d'utilisation :

Terms of Service

   DESCRIPTION OF THE SERVICE
   ACCESS AND USE OF THE SERVICE
   THIRD PARTY CONTENT
   COPYRIGHT INFRINGEMENT
   CANCELLATION AND TERMINATION
   DISCLAIMER OF WARRANTIES
   LIMITATION OF LIABILTY
   REPRESENTATIONS AND WARRANTIES
   INDEMNIFICATION
   INTELLECTUAL PROPERTY
   MODIFICATION TO TERMS
   AGREEMENT TO DEAL ELECTRONICALLY; ELECTRONIC COMMUNICATIONS AND NOTICES
   FORCE MAJEURE
   ADDITIONAL TERMS

THESE TERMS, AS MODIFIED FROM TIME TO TIME (“Terms”), ARE A CONTRACT BETWEEN DEMAND MEDIA, INC. (“Demand Media” OR “we” OR “us”) AND YOU (“you” OR “your”). YOU AGREE TO BE BOUND BY THESE TERMS WHEN YOU USE DEMAND MEDIA’S RSS GRAFFITI SITE, SERVICE AND SOFTWARE, APPLICATIONS, FEATURES AND FUNCTIONALITY (COLLECTIVELY, THE “Service”) AND ANY AND ALL TEXT, GRAPHICS, PHOTOS OR OTHER MATERIALS UPLOADED, DOWNLOADED, OR APPEARING ON THE SERVICE (COLLECTIVELY, THE “Content”).

   DESCRIPTION OF THE SERVICE

   The Service allows you to keep your Facebook followers updated with your latest news from RSS sources by periodically checking the RSS/Atom feeds that you specify and posting any new entries it finds to the Facebook walls that you specify. The Service allows you to get any feed written on any wall (Facebook Profiles, Fan Pages, Groups), including multiple feeds to multiple walls in the combination(s) you choose.
   ACCESS AND USE OF THE SERVICE
       Age Limitations. If you are under the age of 13, then you are not permitted to register with Demand Media or use any feature or other part of the Service that requires registration. You represent that you are at least 13 years of age if you are registering an account.
       Content. The Service allows users to post their own Content. Only individuals who have registered for the Service are permitted to post Content though the Service. You are responsible for your use of the Service and for any Content accessed or made available through your account (even if that Content is accessed or made available by others). You take all risks associated with the Service and Content accessed or made available to others through your account. We do not pre-screen Content and cannot be responsible for the Content accessed or made available to others through the Service.
       Account. We use Facebook Login so you can use your existing Facebook account to register to use the Service. You must explicitly authorize Facebook to share your information with us with your first login to the Service with your Facebook credentials. You should review your privacy settings on your Facebook account because those settings govern what personal information may be available to us when you access the Service. You acknowledge that the Service allows you to access and use content and services offered by third party service providers, and you must comply with the terms and conditions of any such third party service provider.
       Data Collection. By using the Service, you grant us the irrevocable, perpetual, sublicensable right and license to collect, analyze, and otherwise use qualitative and quantitative data arising from your use of the Service including data generated by third party viewers of your Content (“Data”). We collect and analyze this Data to improve the Service and other products and services that we offer or may offer in the future. In addition, we may aggregate and anonymize the Data to provide real time analytics to third parties. We will make reasonable efforts to ensure that the Data we provide to third parties is not traceable to the use of the Service by any specific, identifiable user and cannot be attributed to any users of the Service.
       Privacy Policy. All information you provide to Demand Media is governed by our privacy policy located at http://rssgstaging.sm.demandmedia.net/?page_id=2081364812, and you consent to all actions we take with respect to your information consistent with our privacy policy.
       User Conduct. You warrant that you will not use the Service in a manner that is illegal or otherwise inconsistent with these Terms, or that we may deem objectionable. We reserve the right to restrict, suspend or terminate your access to the Service at any time in our sole discretion. You shall only access the Service through the interfaces that we provide, and you will not, nor will you attempt to do, any of the following, subject to applicable law:
           access or use the Service in any way that violates or is not in full compliance with any applicable local, state, national or international law, regulation or statute (including export laws), contracts, intellectual property rights or constitutes the commission of a tort, or for any purpose that is harmful;
           access, tamper with or use the Service or Content that you are not authorized to access or use;
           use any robot, spider, scraper or other automated means or interface not expressly authorized by us to access to Service or Content or extract data or gather or use information, such as email addresses, available from the Service or transmit any unsolicited advertising, “junk mail” or “spam”.
           impersonate or misrepresent your affiliation with any person or entity;
           reverse engineer any aspect of the Service or do anything that might discover source code, or bypass or circumvent measures employed to prevent or limit access to any area, content or code of the Service (except as otherwise expressly permitted by law);
           send to or otherwise impact us or Service (or anything or anyone else) with harmful, illegal, deceptive or disruptive code such as a virus, “spyware,” “adware” or other code that could adversely affect the Service or any recipient; or
           take any action which might impose a significant burden (as determined by us) on the Service’s infrastructure or computer systems, or otherwise interfere with the ordinary operation of the Service.
   THIRD PARTY CONTENT

   We claim no intellectual property rights over the Content made available to others through your account. Any Content or other information you provide to us in connection with the Service remains yours or that of the respective third party owner of the Content. However, by making the Content available to others through the Service, or providing it to us through use of the Service, you grant us a worldwide, non-exclusive, royalty-free, fully paid up license (with a right to sublicense) to use, copy, reproduce, process, adapt, modify, publish, transmit, display and distribute such Content useful or necessary to provide the Service through any and all media or distribution methods (whether now known or hereafter developed). You also acknowledge that the purpose of the Service is to access the services of third party providers, and that as a result, you are agreeing to grant to us any and all other rights you grant to third party service providers. You will not use the Service in any way that is unlawful.
   COPYRIGHT INFRINGEMENT

   Demand Media respects the intellectual property rights of others and requires that the people who use the Service do the same. If you believe that your work has been reproduced and is accessible through the Service in a way that constitutes copyright infringement, you may notify us by providing our copyright agent with the following information in writing:
       the electronic or physical signature of the owner of the copyright or the person authorized to act on the owner’s behalf;
       identification of the copyrighted work that you claim has been infringed;
       identification of the material that is claimed to be infringing and information reasonably sufficient to permit Demand Media to locate the material (for example, by providing a URL to the material);
       your name, address, telephone number, and email address;
       a statement by you that you have a good faith belief that the disputed use is not authorized by the copyright owner, its agent, or the law; and
       a statement that the information in your notification is accurate and a statement, made under penalty of perjury, that you are the copyright owner or are authorized to act on the copyright owner’s behalf.

   Our designated agent to receive notification of claimed infringement can be reached at:

   Demand Media, Inc.
   Copyright Agent
   5808 Lake Washington Blvd. Ste. 300
   Kirkland, WA98033
   (425) 298-2780 (fax)
   copyright@demandmedia.com

   Our policy is to terminate any account for repeated infringement of intellectual property rights, including copyrights. We reserve the right to terminate an account for even one instance of infringement.
   CANCELLATION AND TERMINATION
       Cancellation/Termination by you. If you chose to cancel or terminate your account, you are solely responsible for doing so properly. Your cancellation or termination will take effect immediately and we will promptly delete all of your Content from the Service. We do not accept any responsibility for loss of Content due to account cancellation or termination.
       Cancellation/Termination by us. We may, in our sole discretion, suspend, terminate or restrict your access to the Service, for any reason and at any time. Such cancellation or termination of the Service will result in the deactivation or deletion of your account or your access to your account, and the deletion of your account. We reserve the right to refuse to provide the Service to anyone for any reason at any time.
   DISCLAIMER OF WARRANTIES

   THE SERVICE AND CONTENT ARE PROVIDED “AS IS”. DEMAND MEDIA MAKES NO WARRANTY, EXPRESS OR IMPLIED, REGARDING THE SERVICE OR THE CONTENT. DEMAND MEDIA EXPRESSLY DISCLAIMS TO THE FULLEST EXTENT PERMITTED BY LAW ALL EXPRESS, IMPLIED, AND STATUTORY WARRANITES, INCLUDING, WITHOUT LIMITATION, THE WARRANTIES FOR MERCHANTABILITY, FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR PURPOSE, AND NON-INFRINGEMENT. DEMAND MEDIA DISCLAIMS ANY WARRANTIES REGARDING THE SECURITY, RELIABILTY, TIMELINESS, AND PERFORMANCE OF THE SERVICE OR ACCESS TO YOUR ACCOUNT. IN NO EVENT SHALL DEMAND MEDIA HAVE ANY LIABILTY IN CONNECTION WITH THE DISPLAY OF ANY THIRD PARTY ADVERTISEMENTS.

   SOME STATES OR OTHER JURISDICTIONS DO NOT ALLOW THE EXCLUSION OF IMPLIED WARRANTIES, SO THE ABOVE EXCLUSIONS MAY NOT APPLY TO YOU. YOU MAY ALSO HAVE OTHER RIGHTS THAT VARY FROM STATE TO STATE AND JURISDICTION TO JURISDICTION.
   LIMITATION OF LIABILTY

   IN NO EVENT WILL DEMAND MEDIA OR ITS AFFILIATES, OFFICERS, DIRECTORS, EMPLOYEES, AGENTS, ATTORNEYS AND SUPPLIERS, NOR EACH OF THEIR RESPECTIVE SUCCESSORS AND ASSIGNS, BE LIABLE FOR ANY INDIRECT, INCIDENTAL, PUNITIVE, EXEMPLARY, SPECIAL OR CONSEQUENTIAL DAMAGES, LOST PROFITS, LOST REVENUE, LOSS OF DATA, LOSS OF PRIVACY, OR LOSS OF GOODWILL, EVEN IF SUCH PARTY HAS BEEN ADVISED OF THE POSSIBILITY OF SUCH DAMAGES AND EVEN IN THE EVENT OF FAULT, TORT(INCLUDING NEGLIGENCE), STRICT OR PRODUCT LIABILITY OR ANY OTHER LEGAL THEORY. IN NO EVENT WILL THE AGGREGATE LIABILTY OF DEMAND MEDIA AND ITS AFFILIATES, OFFICERS, DIRECTORS, EMPLOYEES, AGENTS, ATTORNEYS AND SUPPLIERS, NOR EACH OF THEIR RESPECTIVE SUCCESSORS AND ASSIGNS, EXCEED THE AMOUNTS PAID BY YOU TO US.

   SOME STATES OR OTHER JURISDICTIONS DO NOT ALLOW THE EXCLUSION OR LIMITATION OF LIABILITY FOR INCIDENTAL OR CONSEQUENTIAL DAMAGES, SO THE ABOVE LIMITATIONS AND EXCLUSIONS MAY NOT APPLY TO YOU.
   REPRESENTATIONS AND WARRANTIES

   In addition to your other representations and warranties set forth in these Terms, you represent and warrant that your use of the Service will comply will all local, federal and international laws, rules and regulations.
   INDEMNIFICATION

   You agree to indemnify, defend, and hold Demand Media, its affiliates, officers, directors, employees, agents, attorneys, or suppliers (collectively, “Indemnified Person(s)”) harmless from and against any and all claims, liability, loss, and expense (including damage awards, settlement amounts, and reasonable legal fees) brought against any of the Indemnified Person(s) arising out of, related to or which may arise from your use of (a) the Service; (b) the Content; (c) in connection with you or your end users dealings with third parties who provide advertisements, links, or offers through the Services; and/or (d) your breach of these Terms.
   INTELLECTUAL PROPERTY

   Demand Media reserves all intellectual property rights in the Service, on its own behalf and on behalf of its licensors, and Demand Media does not, directly or by implication, by estoppel or otherwise, grant any other rights or licenses to you under these Terms. You shall not reverse engineer any content consisting of downloadable software, unless specifically authorized by Demand Media or the third-party owner of the rights in that content (if any) or otherwise permitted by law. Nothing in these Terms will be construed to give Demand Media any rights whatsoever in the Content.
   MODIFICATION TO TERMS

   Demand Media reserves the right to modify or supplement these Terms from time to time. We will provide notice to you of any material or supplemental changes to the Terms by posting on the RSS Graffiti site and/or by sending an email to the email address that we have on record for you. Your continued use of the Service thirty (30) days after our notice to you will constitute your agreement to the Terms then posted on the RSS Graffiti site.
   AGREEMENT TO DEAL ELECTRONICALLY; ELECTRONIC COMMUNICATIONS AND NOTICES

   All of your transactions through Services may, at our option, be conducted electronically from start to finish. If we decide to proceed electronically, those services will still be governed by these Terms unless you enter into different terms on a form provided by us. If the law allows you to withdraw this consent or if we are ever required to deal with you non-electronically, we reserve the right to charge or increase fees and you agree to print or make an electronic copy of the Terms and any other contract or disclosure that we are required to provide to you.

   Except as otherwise provided in these Terms, Demand Media will give you any notices about the Service by posting them on the RSS Graffiti Site. You authorize Demand Media to send notices (including notice of subpoenas or other legal process, if any) via electronic mail. You must check the Site for notices, and you will be considered to have received a notice thirty (30) days from the date when it is posted on the Site, or when sent by us via electronic mail, whether or not received by you. Demand Media may provide notice to any e-mail or other address associated with your Account. You must keep your address current and any notice provided by Demand Media to the address that you have most recently provided will constitute effective notice.

   We receive many emails and not all of our employees are trained to deal with every kind of communication. Therefore, you agree to send us any notice by mailing it to our address for Legal Notices which is: 5808 Lake Washington Blvd., Ste. 300, Kirkland, WA 98033, U.S.A., Attn: Legal Department.
   FORCE MAJEURE

   Under no circumstances shall Demand Media be held liable for any delay or failure in performance resulting directly or indirectly from acts of nature, forces, or causes beyond its reasonable control, including, without limitation, Internet failures, computer equipment failures, telecommunication equipment failures, other equipment failures, electrical power failures, strikes, labor disputes, riots, insurrections, civil disturbances, shortages of labor or materials, fires, floods, storms, explosions, acts of God, war, governmental actions, orders of domestic or foreign courts or tribunals, non-performance of third parties, or loss of or fluctuations in heat, light, or air conditioning.
   ADDITIONAL TERMS
       No Agency; No Third Party Beneficiary. No agency, partnership, joint venture, employee-employer or franchisor-franchisee relationship is intended or created by these Terms. Neither of us intends that any third party will be a beneficiary of or entitled to rely on any part of these Terms.
       Severance. If any part of the Terms is held by a court of competent jurisdiction to be invalid or unenforceable, the invalid or unenforceable part will be given effect to the greatest extent possible and the remainder will remain in full force and effect, provided that the allocation of risks described herein is given effect to the fullest extent possible.
       No Assignment. These Terms are personal to you and you may not transfer, assign or delegate them to anyone without the express written permission of Demand Media. Any attempt by you to assign, transfer or delegate these Terms or your Account without the express written permission of Demand Media will be null and void. Demand Media shall have the right to transfer, assign and/or delegate these Terms to one or more third parties without your permission.
       Jurisdiction; Choice of Law; Export Limitations. The Service is controlled by us from our offices within the United States of America and is directed to U.S. persons. If you choose to access the Service from locations outside the U.S., you do so at your own risk and you are responsible for compliance with applicable local laws. You may not use or export anything from the Service in violation of U.S. export laws and regulations or the Terms. These Terms and all performances and claims of every nature relating in any way to the Service will be governed by the laws of the State of California, U.S.A., without regard to any conflicts of laws principles that would result in the application of the law of a different jurisdiction. You hereby agree to submit to the personal and exclusive jurisdiction of the courts located within Los Angeles, California. Any disputes regarding such claims or arising under or related in any way to these Terms or the Service must be heard exclusively in the appropriate forum in California. You hereby consent to jurisdiction in a state or federal court sitting in Los Angeles, California and waive any claim or defense that such forum is not convenient or proper, and consent to service of process by any means authorized by California or federal law.
       Limitations on Actions. Any action concerning any dispute you may have with respect to these Terms or the Service must be commenced within one year after the cause of the dispute arises, or the cause of action is barred.
       Interpretation. The paragraph headings in these Terms are included to help make these Terms easier to read and have no binding effect. Use of the term “include” or “includes” means “without limitation.” The use of the term “affiliates” includes any person directly or indirectly controlled by, under common control with, or controlling another person.
       Entire Agreement. These Terms comprise the entire agreement between you and Demand Media with respect to the use of the Service and supersede all prior agreements between the parties regarding the subject matter contained in these Terms. Any amendment to these Terms must be in writing and signed by an authorized representative of each party.
       No Waiver. The failure of Demand Media to exercise or enforce any right or provision of these Terms, including any failure to act with respect to a breach, will not constitute a waiver of such right or provision or Demand Media’s right to act with respect to subsequent or similar breaches.
       Survival. In the event of any termination of these Terms, all obligations and responsibilities of Demand Media and you under Sections 2D and 6-14 will survive and continue in effect.

Further Information

If you have a complaint, you may contact us at Demand Media, Inc., Legal Department, 5808 Lake Washington Blvd., Suite 300, Kirkland, WA 98033, U.S.A. If you are a California resident, the Complaint Assistance Unit of the Division of Consumer Services of the Dept. of Consumer Affairs may be contacted at 400 R Street, Sacramento, CA 95814 or (800) 952-5210.

NOTICE RE COPYRIGHT OWNERSHIP: © 2012 Demand Media, Inc. U.S.A. All rights reserved.

© 2012 Demand Media, Inc. All Rights Reserved. Demand Media, RSS Graffiti, and the RSS Graffiti logo are trademarks or registered trademarks in the United States and other countries.


Et voici sa politique de confidentialité :


Privacy Policy

THIS PRIVACY POLICY, AS AMENDED FROM TIME TO TIME (“Policy”), GOVERNS THE INFORMATION WE COLLECT ABOUT YOU WHEN YOU ACCESS THE DEMANDMEDIA.COM WEBSITE (the “SITE”). IF YOU DO NOT AGREE TO THIS POLICY, DO NOT USE THE SITE.

THIS POLICY IS PART OF AND INCORPORATED INTO THE SITE TERMS OF USE (collectively, the “Terms”).

BY PROVIDING PERSONAL INFORMATION OR OTHER INFORMATION TO US OR BY USING OUR SITE, YOU AGREE TO THIS POLICY AND THE PRACTICES DESCRIBED IN THE POLICY.

1. INFORMATION YOU GIVE US. We collect any information you enter on the Site or give us in any other way (such as through an email, survey, or letter). The information that we collect varies depending upon how you use our Site.

2. AUTOMATIC INFORMATION COLLECTION.

A. Cookies.  Like many websites, we use “cookies.”  Cookies are alphanumeric identifiers that we transfer to your computer’s hard drive through your Web browser to enable our systems to recognize your browser.  We use persistent, identifying cookies to remember your information and to link your activities to you.  While you can take steps to warn off, block or disable cookies, if you do, the Site may not function and appear as we have designed it.  Nonetheless, if you want to take these steps, you can do so by following the instructions associated with your browser.  Our cookies collection information such as:

i. the domain name and host from which you access the Internet and the Internet address of the site from which you direct-linked to ours;

ii. the date and time you access the Site and pages you visit;

iii. your computer’s IP address and information about its operating system, platform and the Web browser type and version you use;

iv. demographic and other non-personally identifiable profile information about you; and

v. information to combat fraud or misuse.

B. Pixel Tags.  If we email you, our emails may use “pixel tags” to determine if your email software or site can display html-formatted email (this helps us optimize the size of our email messages and conserve bandwith).

C. Collection of Information by Third Parties.  Some of the advertisers and other businesses that advertise or place other content our Site use cookies on our Site and may place a cookie on your computer.  The content posted by these businesses will be reasonably identifiable as coming from a third party.  In addition, we may use third party advertising companies to serve ads.  These companies (1) use information obtained from your visits to this Site and other sites to serve ads to you and (2) place unique third party cookies on your browser.  Also, we use web beacons provided by third party advertising companies to help optimize our advertising. Web beacons enable us to recognize your browser when a cookie has been placed on your computer.  Some but not all third party advertising companies provide a mechanism to opt-out of their technology.  For more information and an identification of advertisers that provide an opt-out mechanism, please click the following: http://www.networkadvertising.org/managing/opt_out.asp.

The information collected by third party cookies is subject to the privacy policy of the third party, not this Policy.

D. Promotions, Sweepstakes, and Contests.  From time to time, we may host a promotion, sweepstake, or contest on the Site.  You may be asked to provide personal information or permit the transfer to a third party of your personal information in connection with such promotion, sweepstake or contest.  It will be disclosed at the point of collection or transfer who is collection or transferring the information and whose privacy statement applies, and it will be your choice whether or not you wish to permit such transfer to our collection of personal information by a third party.

3. OUR USE AND RETENTION OF YOUR INFORMATION.

A. Use of Personal Information.  We use personal information that you submit to us for such purposes as responding to your requests; monitoring and providing the Site; enforcing our rights and the rights of third parties, and investigating and ensuring compliance with theTerms.

B. Use of Other Information. We use other information about our users for purposes such as measuring the number of visitors to sections of our Site, making the Site more useful to visitors and delivering targeted advertising and non-advertising content.  We use IP addresses to analyze trends, administer the Site, track a user’s movement, and gather broad demographic information for aggregate, non-personally identifiable use.

C. Retention of Information.  We retain information for as long as required, allowed or we believe it useful, but do not undertake retention obligations. We may dispose of information in our discretion without notice, subject to applicable law that specifically requires the handling or retention of information.

4. OUR SHARING OF INFORMATION.  Demand Media shares information with third parties, but only as described in this Section 4.

A. Advertisers and Others.  We share non-personally identifiable information with advertisers, site providers, and other persons with whom we conduct business.  Conversely, these advertisers, site providers, and other persons may share with us information about you that they have independently developed or acquired.

B. Site Third Parties. We contract with affiliated and non-affiliated third parties to provide sites to us or to you on our behalf. Examples include providing marketing assistance and analyzing data. These third parties have access to personal information needed to perform their functions.

C. Business Transfer. As we develop our business, we might sell or buy businesses or their assets, or engage in acquisitions, mergers, restructurings, changes of control, or similar transactions. In such transactions, customer information generally is one of the transferred business assets.   Also, in the unlikely event of a bankruptcy, customer information may be transferred to a bankruptcy trustee or debtor in possession and then to a subsequent purchaser.

D. Affiliates. We may share user information with our corporate affiliates. Corporate affiliates are those entities that we control, are controlled by us, or are under common control with us and any joint venture in which any of the controlled entities may participate from time to time. Conversely, we may obtain information about you from our corporate affiliates or from your visits to other web sites that we or our corporate affiliates control.

E. Compliance and Safety. We may release user information when we believe release is appropriate to:

i. comply with applicable law, and to respond to legal process, including subpoenas, search warrants and court orders, and to respond to or otherwise address written complaints of copyright infringement;

ii. make disclosures under programs intended to prevent potential crimes or investigate persons;

iii. enforce or apply agreements, including the Terms; or

iv. protect the rights, property, or safety of the Site, our users, or others, including exchanging information with other companies for fraud protection and credit risk reduction.

5. INFORMATION SECURITY

A. Your Obligations.  You must protect against unauthorized access to your personal information and to your computer. YOU MUST DO WHAT YOU REASONABLY CAN TO ENSURE THE SECURITY OF YOUR PERSONAL INFORMATION.

B. Our Security Measures.  We have physical, electronic, and managerial procedures to help safeguard, prevent unauthorized access, maintain data security, and correctly use your information. HOWEVER, WE DO NOT GUARANTEE SECURITY. Neither people nor security systems are foolproof, including encryption systems.

6. LINKS. The Site may contain links to other sites. We are not responsible for the privacy practices of such other sites. We encourage you to be aware when you leave our Site and to read the privacy statements of every web site that collects your personally identifiable information. This Policy applies only to information collected by the Site.

7. CHOICE. If you have sent us your email or other contact information, we reserve the right to send you customary business communications.

8. CONDITIONS OF USE, NOTICES, AND REVISIONS.

A. Privacy Concerns.  Your use of the Site and any dispute over privacy is subject to theTerms. If you have any concern about privacy at Demand Media, please send us a thorough description to legal@demandmedia.com, and we will try to resolve it. If you think we are in default of the Terms, you may contact us at Our Legal Notices Address in Section 9 below.

B. Notice Required by Law.   In those jurisdictions that permit email notice, if we are required to disclose or provide notice of invasion of certain security systems, we will do so by email to the most current email address provided by you to us.

C. Identity Theft. If you believe that you are a victim of identity theft entitled by law to request information from us, write us at our Legal Notice address (see Section 9) and we will let you know what additional information you must provide to us. After we have received that information, we will supply without charge the information legally required to be disclosed that we then have, subject to applicable law and reserving all of our rights and defenses.

9. CONTACT INFORMATION AND INFORMATION ABOUT ENFORCEMENT OF OUR POLICY. For customer site matters (including questions relating to this Policy), you may email us atlegal@demandmedia.com. To send us a legal notice, mail it by certified mail (return receipt requested) to: Legal Department, 5808 Lake Washington Blvd., Suite 300, Kirkland, WA 98033.

10. FOR EUROPEAN UNION CITIZENS.

In compliance with the Safe Harbor Principles, Demand Media, Inc. commits to resolve complaints about your privacy and our collection or use of your personal information. In the first instance, European Union citizens with inquiries or complaints regarding this privacy policy should contact: legal@demandmedia.com

The company complies with the U.S.-EU Safe Harbor Framework as set forth by the U.S. Department of Commerce regarding the collection, use, and retention of personal information from European Union member countries.  The company has certified that it adheres to the Safe Harbor Privacy Principles of notice, choice, onward transfer, security, data integrity, access, and enforcement.  To learn more about the Safe Harbor program, and to view the company’s certification, please visit http://www.export.gov/safeharbor/.

Demand Media, Inc. has further committed to refer unresolved privacy complaints under the Safe Harbor Principles to an independent dispute resolution mechanism, the BBB EU Safe Harbor, operated by the Council of Better Business Bureaus. Thus, if you do not receive timely acknowledgment of your complaint, or if your complaint is not satisfactorily addressed by Demand Media, Inc., you may contact:

Council of Better Business Bureaus, Inc.
BBB EU Safe Harbor
4200 Wilson Boulevard, Suite 800
Arlington, VA 22203
Phone: 703-276-0100
Web: www.us.bbb.org
Email: eusafeharbor@council.bbb.org

Copyright © 2010. Demand Media, Inc.

June 14 2011

06:16

Affaire Cxxxxx 2 : Arrêt de la Cour d'Appel de Douai (première publication judiciaire)

L'agence Cxxxxxk a été plusieurs fois cliente du cabinet Vivaldi Avocats d'Éric DELFLY et Kathia BEULQUE [+33(0)328520002].

Les quatre dirigeants sont MM. ZANNIER Rodolphe, VASSEUR JC, GUILBERT Vincent et NOÉ Fréd.

April 15 2011

11:31

February 08 2011

08:11

January 26 2011

11:45

January 20 2011

12:07

January 04 2011

09:17

March 16 2010

15:21

Méthode pour faire résilier un contrat ‘one-shot’ de site Web

URL courte de cet article : http://wp.me/pIvH6-cc (pour le partager facilement sur Facebook et autres réseaux ou média sociaux).

Avec tous les clients de ces agences que j’ai rencontrés (sur le Web bien sûr), j’ai pu établir la méthode suivante pour pousser ces entreprises à la résiliation du contrat.

Note préliminaire : en Droit français, une annulation n’est pas possible si l’exécution dudit contrat a débuté. Seule une résiliation est possible. (Sauf si les deux parties sont d’accord pour annuler le contrat.)

Ce n’est pas une méthode sûre à 100 %, ni absolue. Elle est générale, et doit donc être utilisé avec attention et prudence. Autant vous le dire aussi de suite : vous devrez consulter un avocat pour vous défaire de vos contrats (mais il est possible d’obtenir des compensations) et vous exposer en ligne (mais je vous aide à mieux appréhender vos identité numérique et cyber-réputation).

Conseil : imprimer cette page (CTRL + P) pour la lire hors-écran et pouvoir la consulter facilement à tout moment.

Sommaire

  1. Tout enregistrer
  2. Activer son assistance juridique
  3. Demander immédiatement l’annulation des contrats
  4. Guetter le moindre faux pas
  5. Engager un avocat pour bloquer ou non les prélèvements
  6. Suggérer la médiatisation de l’affaire pour obtenir une résiliation amiable
  7. Rejoindre d’autres clients et faire du bruit
  8. Informer les organismes professionnels et média spécialisés
  9. Répondre favorablement à une nouvelle prospection
  10. Autres informations

1 : Tout enregistrer

De manière générale, enregistrer tous les échanges et conversations. Par courrier, n’envoyer que des Lettre Recommandée avec Accusé de Réception (LRAR). Par téléphone, l’annoncer au préalable à l’interlocuteur, et obtenir son accord pour la poursuite de l’enregistrement, ou raccrocher. (Sinon l’enregistrement est nul et inexploitable juridiquement.)

2 : Activer son assistance juridique

Activer l’assistance juridique de son assurance professionnelle. Ne pas hésiter à leur faire suivre vos échanges avec l’agence Web et/ou la société de financement. Je ne connais malheureusement aucun avocat à vous recommander, sauf Me Dubrulle en Vendée.

3 : Demander immédiatement l’annulation des contrats

Demander le jour-même l’annulation du contrat. La Loi donne un délai de rétractation de 7 jours à compter de la signature, par LRAR, sans distinguer si on agit en professionnel ou en consommateur. (France, articles L. 121-21 et L. 121-25 du Code de la consommation.)
Dans ce courrier, dénoncer les conditions de la signature, l’absence de délais de réflexion, la non réception du nom de domaine définitif avant la mise en ligne du site, tout ceci permettant d’argumenter sur le refus de collaborer sur des bases tronquées.
Signaler aussi cette demande au leaser (Parfip, Locam…), à son assureur professionnel, à l’ADCAPI, et à sa banque. (Leur envoyer une copie de la LRAR.)

4 : Guetter le moindre faux pas

Guetter la moindre faute, dysfonctionnement ou oubli, et faire constater par huissier. Exemple : module payé mais absent sur le site, bogue, référencement non conforme à ce qui est marqué sur le contrat…

5 : Engager un avocat pour bloquer ou non les prélèvements

Courir chez un avocat, ou chez un service d’aide juridique bénévole.

  1. Lui demander conseil pour bloquer ou non les prélèvements bancaires. (Question cruciale pour l’annulation ou la résiliation des contrats.) Un blocage fait risquer des poursuites par la société de financement (loyers non payés), alors qu’un non-blocage pourrait être interprété par un juge comme un signe d’accord sur le contrat.
    Si on décide de bloquer les prélèvements, voir aussi à soit porter plainte, soit mettre cet argent sous séquestre. Y compris porter plainte contre l’entreprise de crédit-bail, car elle est complice de l’agence Web. Et tant qu’à faire, déposer plainte directement auprès du Procureur de la République (France).
  2. En plus de dédommagements, on peut demander des publications judiciaires, sur des sites spécialisés (tels Legalis.net), et dans la Presse (locale/spécialisée/…).
  3. Lui faire disséquer les contrats à la recherche du moindre vice ou erreur. Exemples : contrat sans mention des numéros obligatoires, contrat en taille de caractère 6 points, absence de date…
  4. Si les prélèvements ont commencé : vérifier que vous détenez bien les 4 éléments suivants :
    • procès-verbal de conformité/de réception (qui prouve que vous avez reçu le bien pour lequel vous payez),
    • cahier des charges,
    • clause d’agrémentation/ d’alimentation/ de mise en route du site,
    • clause de cession.

    Sinon, exigez-le à la société de financement, elle doit vous remettre notamment ce procès-verbal de réception avant de vous prélever !

6 : Suggérer la médiatisation de l’affaire pour obtenir une résiliation amiable

Recontacter le commercial et « menacer » de témoigner sur le Web, en citant explicitement les noms des personnes/entreprises. S’il y a une chose que ces agences n’aiment pas, c’est la publicité. Cela permet d’inverser partiellement le rapport de force et pousse l’agence à un RDV de résiliation. Si possible, se faire assister d’un avocat.

  1. En cas de RDV de résiliation, ne rien lâcher, être ferme, ne céder/prêter/échanger aucun document, sous aucun prétexte. Refuser les concessions. L’annulation ne doit rien coûter au final. Et même, demander une compensation. Par exemple, laisser entendre que l’on ira pas voir les média en échange de l’équivalent de 20 mensualités. Attention : ne pas tomber dans le chantage, qui est sévèrement puni, même en cas d’échec.
  2. Pour s’exprimer sur le Web, choisir une plate-forme étrangère, par exemple wordpress.com (comme ce blog), blogger.com (par Google), Google Sites, ou blogsite.org. Car sinon, la Loi de votre pays peut obliger l’hébergeur à bloquer, fermer ou retirer des contenus. Important : s’exprimer sous son vrai nom, sinon le témoignage n’est pas crédible ni fiable. (N’importe qui peut se cacher sous un pseudonyme et critiquer une société.) Ne pas calomnier, diffamer, injurier, dénigrer ; être factuel en s’exprimant sans émotion. Être responsable et assumer ses publications.
  3. Tant qu’à s’exprimer en ligne, aussi impliquer la société de financement. Ces entreprises (Parfip, Locam, KBC Lease, Wanlease) représentent un talon d’Achille pour ces agences Web, car si elles refusent de travailler avec l’agence Web, alors celle-ci ne peut plus vendre ses sites Web ! Donc si la société de financement estime sa réputation entachée par celle de l’agence Web, il est possible qu’elle cesse son partenariat avec cette dernière, ce qui va donc lui nuire.
  4. Une fois votre témoignage en ligne, l’agence reviendra vers vous et vous « suppliera » de supprimer le témoignage gênant. A vous de voir si vous le laisser en ligne malgré la résiliation, ou non ! Soyez aussi très attentif aux conditions de résiliation, elle risquent d’inclure une phrase du type « retrait du témoignage sur le site xxx.com en échange de l’annulation totale des contrat, du remboursement intégral et immédiat de tous les frais occasionnés, et d’une indemnité forfaitaire équivalente à 15 mensualités ». Là encore, prenez bien le temps de lire à tête reposée ce que l’on vous propose !

7 : Rejoindre d’autres clients et faire du bruit

Rejoindre une association (ADCAPI…), informer les entrepreneurs amis, confrères. Communiquer avec d’autres clients de la même agences, par exemple via le groupe Facebook. Rejoindre d’autres clients de votre zone géographique. A partir d’un certains nombre, il peut être motivant pour eux tous de faire une manifestation : se rendre physiquement dans l’agence Web pour négocier une résiliation à l’amiable, et sans frais. Voire même accompagné : ami, représentant d’organisme professionnel, syndicat, journaliste avocat…

8 : Informer les organismes professionnels et média spécialisés

Prévenir les organismes professionnels (Chambre de Commerce et d’Industrie, Chambre des Métiers, DGCCRF, syndicats…) et média de son secteur d’activité/région., voire même les ministères concernés.

9 : Répondre favorablement à une nouvelle prospection

En cas de reprospection, dire « oui » à un RDV et… aviser. [ Piéger le commercial en le filmant, amener des témoins (amis, membre d'associations...) au RDV. ] Variante : donner une fausse adresse à laquelle vous ne vous rendez évidemment pas, histoire d’occuper inutilement le commercial, et si possible loin, afin d’augmenter sa fatigue. Autres idées pour nuire à une telle agence.

Autres informations

En cas de témoignage en ligne, ne pas calomnier, diffamer, dénigrer, injurier. Être strictement factuel, s’exprimer sans émotion. Bannir aussi les termes « arnaque », « escrocs », et leurs dérivés, car ils sont potentiellement diffamatoires. Pour exprimer des choses plus « dures », les faire passer comme des opinions, des sentiments. Il est légal de dire « je trouve mon site merdique », alors qu’il ne l’est pas de dire « mon site est merdique », car cela fait passer l’état « merdique » comme un fait (sous-entendu avéré) et est donc diffamatoire.

Quelques guides pratiques que je vous recommande fortement de lire avant de rédiger votre témoignage :

  1. Guide « Je blogue tranquille », par le Forum des droits sur internet (PDF de 15 pages).
  2. Guide « Être informé pour mieux bloguer – Droits et Devoirs du blogueur », par Reporters Sans frontières (PDF de 11 pages).
  3. Guide « Cultivez votre identité numérique » (à lire en ligne) pour vous aider à mieux gérer votre identité numérique (car vous exposez vos identités professionnelle et personnelle sur le Web).
  4. Guide pour la gestion de la réputation en ligne pour vous aider à gérer la cyber-réputation de votre entreprise (donc aussi la votre).

En cas de RDV filmé (à l’insu du commercial, bien sûr), évoquer ou rappeler la possible cession de l’enregistrement à une chaîne de TV ou TV Web. (Cela fait un autre moyen de pression et accroit la perte de contrôle de l’agence sur le contrat.) Rappel : sa diffusion est illégale (enregistrement à l’insu, conversation privée, Droit à l’image…).


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