1. Website Presentation

Under Article 6 of Trust in Digital Economy Act No. 2004-575 21 June 2004, users of the www.cosystec.com website are informed that the identities of the various persons responsible for making and monitoring the website are the following:

Owner: SARL COSYSTEC – 428, Allée de Bois Noirs – 97432 Ravine des Cabris – Reunion Island (France)

Designer: Nigao – 5 Impasse des Antigones – 97411 La Plaine Saint-Paul – Reunion Island (France)

Editor: Rakesh Mudhoo – rmudhoo_at_cosystec.com

Webmaster: SARL Nigao – cosystec_at_nigao.re

Host: GANDI SAS, a simplified stock limited company (SAS) with capital of €300,000 headquartered in 63-65 Boulevard Massena – 75013 Paris (France), registered with No. 423 093 459 RCS PARIS, VAT No. FR81423093459.

2. General Conditions for the Use of the Site and Proposed Services

Use of the www.cosystec.com website implies the entire acceptance of the following general conditions of use. These general conditions may by amended or completed at any time, and users of the www.cosystec.com website are encouraged to consult them regularly.

Normally, this site is accessible to users at all times. Interruptions for technical maintenance may however be decided by COSYSTEC, who will do its best to give prior information to users about the dates and times of maintenance.

The www.cosystec.com website is regularly updated by Rakesh Mudhoo. In the same manner, legal notices may be altered at any time: they are however binding on users, who are encouraged to consult these as often as possible in order to acknowledge same.

3. Description of Services Provided

The purpose of the www.cosystec.com website is to provide information about all the activities of the Company.

On its www.cosystec.com website, COSYSTEC shall do its best to provide information that is as precise as possible. However, it shall not be held liable for any omission, inexact information or incomplete updates, whether this be due to its own activities or to third parties that provide this information.

All content provided on the www.cosystec.com website is for information only and is subject to amendments. Furthermore, the information provided on the www.cosystec.com site is not exhaustive and is made available subject to amendments that may have occurred since it was put online.

4. Contractual Limitations with Respect to Technical Data

JavaScript technology is used in the website.

The website cannot be held liable for material damages arising from the use of the site. Furthermore, users shall only access the website with recent equipment that does not contain viruses and with a correctly updated, recent browser.

5. Intellectual Property & Counterfeiting

COSYSTEC is the owner or licensed user of all content on the site, in particular, text, images, graphics, logos, icons, sounds and software. Without the prior written consent of COSYSTEC, all reproduction, representation, alteration, publication or adaptation of any or all site content by any means whatsoever shall be prohibited.

Any unauthorised operation of the site or any of its content shall be considered as amounting to counterfeiting and shall be prosecuted under Articles L. 335-2 et seq. of the Intellectual Property Code.

6. Limitation of Liability

COSYSTEC shall not be held liable for any direct or indirect damage caused to user’s equipment during access to www.cosystec.com, arising from the use of equipment that does not comply with the requirements indicated in Point 4, or from a bug or any incompatibility whatsoever.

COSYSTEC shall also not be held liable for indirect damages (such as loss of real or potential earnings) arising from the use of the www.cosystec.com website.

Interactive areas (possibility to ask questions on the contact page) have been made available to users. COSYSTEC reserves all rights to delete, without any prior notice, any content uploaded on this page that may violate French law, in particular any provisions that relate to data protection. If necessary, COSYSTEC also reserves the right to seek civil or criminal prosecution of users for any posts with content that is racist, injurious, defamatory or pornographic in any manner whatsoever and whatever the medium thereof (text, photograph, etc.).

7. Personal Data Management

In France, personal data are protected by—among other instruments—Act No. 78-17 6 January 1978, Act No. 2004-801 6 August 2004, Article L. 226-13 of the Criminal Code, and European Directive 24 October 1995.

The following data can be collected when the www.cosystec.com website is used: the URL of the links through which the user has accessed the www.cosystec.com website, user’s access provider, and user’s Internet Protocol (IP) address. For that matter COSYSTEC only collects personal information regarding users for the purpose of certain services offered by the www.cosystec.com website. Users of the www.cosystec.com website provide this information knowingly, especially where they enter it themselves, as they are told whether they have to provide information or not.

Under Articles 38 et seq. of the Computer Data & Freedom Act No. 78-17 6 January 1978, any user has a right to access, rectify and oppose the disclosure of the personal information concerning themselves; this can be done by means of a written and signed request enclosing a copy of their identity document signed by the holder of same and the address to which the answer must be sent.

No personal information relative to users of the www.cosystec.com website is published without the users’ knowledge or exchanged with, passed on, transferred or sold to third parties through any medium whatsoever. Only in the event that COSYSTEC and its rights were bought could the said personal information be transmitted to the buyer, who should then, in turn, be bound under the same obligation to keep and modify data if required by a user of the www.cosystec.com website.

The website is not registered with CNIL (Electronic Data & Private Rights Board) because it collects no personal information.

Databases are protected by the provisions of Act 1st July 1998 implementing European Directive 96/9 11 March 1996 providing for legal protection of databases.

8. Hypertext Links and Cookies

The www.cosystec.com website contains a certain number of hypertext links to other websites, set up with the authorisation of COSYSTEC. However, COSYSTEC has no possibility to verify the content of sites thus visited, and shall not be liable for same in any way whatsoever.

Browsing on the www.cosystec.com website can give rise to the installation of cookies on the user’s computer. A cookie is a small file that does not allow identification of the user but records information concerning browsing on a site by a computer. The purpose of the data thus obtained is to facilitate subsequent browsing on the site and also to enable measuring of access frequency.

Refusal to install a cookie can entail the impossibility to access certain services. The user may however set up their computer in order to refuse the installation of cookies:

In Internet Explorer: Tool tab, click on the cog icon on the upper right side of the page / Internet Options. Click on Confidentiality and choose “Block all cookies.” Confirm by OK.

In Firefox: at the top of the browser, click on the Firefox button, then go to Options. Click on the Privacy tab. Set Storage rule on: use personal settings for browser history. Then click on it to deactivate cookies.

In Safari: Click on the upper right side of the browser on the cog icon. Select Settings. Click on Show Advanced Settings. In the Privacy section, click on Content Settings. In the Cookies section, you can block cookies.

In Chrome: Click on the icon with three horizontal lines on the upper right side of the browser. Select Settings. Click on Show Advanced Settings. In the Privacy section, click on Preferences. In the Privacy section, you can block cookies.

9. Governing Law and Jurisdiction

Any dispute regarding the use of the www.cosystec.com website shall be governed by French law. Competent Courts of Saint-Denis (Reunion Island) shall have sole jurisdiction.

10. Main Relevant Laws

– Act No. 78-17 6 January 1978, amended in particular by Computing, Databases & Freedom Act No. 2004-801 6 August 2004.

– Trust in Digital Economy Act No. 2004-575 21 June 2004.

11. Lexicon

User: an Internet user accessing and using the abovenamed website.

Personal information: “information making it possible, under any form whatsoever, and whether directly or not, to identify the natural persons they apply to” (Article 4 of Act No. 78-17 6 January 1978).