Terms of Use of the alias.dev Website

This document constitutes the “Terms of Use” (or also hereinafter referred) of the website accessible at the address https://www.alias.dev (hereinafter the “Website”). The Terms of Use govern the legal relations between the company CODE IS LAW (hereinafter “CODE IS LAW”), registered in the trade and companies register under the number 897 488 615 RCS PARIS, And the persons who visit the Website by means of a web browser (hereinafter “the User(s)”)

Article 1: What is the activity of CODE IS LAW?

CODE IS LAW is a company which develops and offers automation and programming tools and services relating to European regulation n ° 679/2016 of April 27, 2016, otherwise known as the general data protection regulation (hereinafter “GDPR”) and any subsequent regulations replacing or supplementing it. CODE IS LAW, through its products and services, helps developers in their programmatic creations and developments to make the processing of data implemented in the context of their digital and IT activities simpler and more respectful, as well as to better structure this processing.

CODE IS LAW also makes it possible, through its tools and services, to facilitate the exercise of the missions of data protection officers, also commonly known as “DPO”, and to enable them to better manage the GDPR compliance of websites than supervise it or any data processing activity.

Finally, CODE IS LAW also participates, through the development of its tools, in improving and facilitating dialogue between developers and digital lawyers by automating alerts and changes relating to infrastructures containing data.

This website is also a space for legal reflection which aims to raise everyone's awareness of personal data and their issues, in particular their use and the value that can be allocated to them.

Article 2: Purpose and acceptance

These Terms of Use provide a legal framework for the contractual relationship between CODE IS LAW and Users with regard to their use of the Website.

These Terms of Use will be valid throughout the User's activity on the Website.

As a result, these Terms of Use will be considered read and accepted, and must be applied by the User upon arrival on the main page of the Website or any tab relating to the Site.

Therefore, any User undertakes to comply with the Terms of Use in the context of his use of the Website.

Article 3: Legal

The legal notices of the Website are freely available for consultation, any User can go to the Legal notices page of the Site, available from this link: Legal notices.

Article 4: Definitions

“CODE IS LAW Content”: refers to all the files, information and Data which are published by CODE IS LAW and which are its exclusive intellectual property;

“Data”: designates information transcribed in a computer processable form, recordable, displayable and / or interpretable;

“Personal data”: designates any information relating to a natural person likely to be identified, directly or indirectly.

“Privacy policy”: refers to the CODE IS LAW confidentiality policy, accessible from this link Privacy policy

“Terms of Use”: refers to the provisions of this page;

“User” : refers to any person who visits the Website using a web browser;

“User Account” : means a personal space made available to the User on the Website. The User Account allows you, after having identified yourself with your access codes, to access all or part of the products, services and the access to certain Applications Programming Interface (hereinafter "API") as well as the data relating to your Contract, and to manage it.

“User Content”: designates all or part of all the Data concerning and / or belonging to a User and which has been posted by him on the Website;

“Website”, “Site”: designates the Website accessible at the URL address https://www.alias.dev ;

Article 5: Role of CODE IS LAW

CODE IS LAW simply provides the Website for consultation of legal articles and Use of CODE IS LAW Content.

When CODE IS LAW assists Users in the use of the Website and the CODE IS LAW Content, Users are required to comply with all the obligations of the Terms of Use as they are solely responsible for the use they make of the Website.

Article 6: Access to the Website

The Website provides free access to the following services:

● Consultation of legal documents, and laws relatively to personal data and storage duration;

● Access, through the Website, to the others tools developed by CODE IS LAW, specifically accessible from these links:

● Consultation of the documentation of the tools developed by CODE IS LAW;

● Contact a member of the CODE IS LAW team.

The Website is accessible free of charge from anywhere by any User with Internet access. All the costs necessary for access to the services (computer equipment, Internet connection, etc.) are the responsibility of the User only.

For maintenance reasons, access to the Website may be temporarily interrupted or suspended by CODE IS LAW without notice or justification.

Article 7: Obligations of the User

CODE IS LAW grants free of charge to any User a personal, non-exclusive, non-transferable, non-sublicensable and revocable right of use to use the Website as a User. However, all Users are solely responsible for maintaining the confidentiality of the digital tools they use and of the e-mail address they provide when subscribing to the newsletter (cf. Article 10.2: Newsletter and Article 11: Protection of Personnal data)

Any individual must be of legal age, according to the terms of the law in force in the country concerned to be considered as such, in order to be able to use the Website as a User.

Any User is prohibited from taking any action, through the Website, that would infringe or violate the rights of others, both by law and by contract.

It is prohibited to any User from circumventing the measures put in place to secure the Website. It is also prohibited to any User to take measures whatsoever to gain unauthorized access to any system, data, passwords or other information on the Website.

Scraping on the website, or any other site accessible from it, is prohibited.

If any User violates the Terms of Use, any measure restricting access and use of the Website may be taken as necessary in order to protect the proper functioning of the different Website of CODE IS LAW.

Article 8: Registration of a User Account on the Website

Some products, services or APIs accessible from the Website require the registration by creating a User Account.

Only one account can be created per User.

The creation of a User Account is a declarative procedure which allows you to enter a certain amount of Personal Data in order to associate it with the access rights that you have. The User Account is associated with access codes, it means a login and a password, chosen by the User. Its access codes allow you to identify yourself on the Website, to connect to your User Account and to benefit from the associated products and/or services. When creating your User Account, you agree to provide accurate and complete information. You undertake to keep your information up to date during the entire period of validity of your User Account.

The access codes can only be used from one device at a time. Attempting to connect simultaneously from another device with the same access codes will automatically close the first open session.

These access codes are personal and confidential. You recognize and accept that any connection to the Website, any use of a product and/or service or any subscription made from your User Account are reputed to have been made by yourself.

You commit to keep your access codes secret and refrains from disclosing them in any form whatsoever to third parties. You should have to log-out at the end of each visit to the Website.

In case of forgetting your password, you can ask for it to be recovered by using the "forgotten password?" function. In the event of accidental disclosure or theft of the password, you must inform the Help Desk as soon as possible so that it can proceed to deactivate and replace the password. In that case, you will have to choose a new password.

In the absence of prompt or immediate action, the User of the User Account will be held responsible for the consequences of any loss, theft, misappropriation or unauthorized use of his/her access codes.

In order to protect yourself against possible attacks on the confidentiality of your User Account and the information contained therein, it is highly recommended to choose an original and strong password and to change it regularly. CODE IS LAW disclaims any liability directly related to the lack of complexity of the password chosen by the User.

Article 9: Deactivation/deletion of a User Account

If you want to deactivate/delete your User Account, you can address a request to the Help Desk.

● The temporary deactivation of the User Account will result in:

  • The temporary impossibility to access the Products, Services and information contained in the User Account;
  • The possibility of reactivating the User Account, at any time and at the User's initiative.

● The deletion of the User Account will result in:

  • The definitive impossibility to access the Products, Services, and information contained in the User Account;
  • The impossibility of reactivating the User Account.

CODE IS LAW reserves the right to suspend the User's Account as of right, without notice or compensation, temporarily or permanently, in the following cases:

Serious and/or repeated non-compliance with the Terms of Use, in particular the rules for using the Site;
Providing false information when creating a User Account;
Inactivity of the User Account for twenty-four (24) consecutive months, connections at the User Account included.

However, the User Account cannot be deactivated/deleted for inactivity if it corresponds to a current subscription contract.

Article 10: Data collection

Article 10.1: Cookies

The Website does use one (1) tracker. Indeed, CODE IS LAW records data relating to the use of the Website, via the Matomo solution, making it possible to preserve respect for the protection of Users' personal data.

To find out more, the User can find out about the Privacy policy on the use of this software by going to the link referring to the confidentiality policy of the CODE IS LAW Website: Privacy policy

If the User wishes to oppose this processing, the User can decide to uncheck the box provided for this purpose in the legal notice page or the Matomo’s box on the landing page and deactivate the tracker.

Article 10.2: Newsletter

To subscribe to the newsletter, the collection of the email address is made compulsory. For more information on CODE IS LAW's data processing policy, the User can visit this link.

In order to contact a member of the CODE IS LAW team, users must enter their first name, last name and email address.

To learn more about how CODE IS LAW treats your data, you can visit the following link

When subscribing to the newsletter, the User agrees to the Privacy policy.

Article 11: Protection of Personal data

CODE IS LAW carries out a statistical analysis of the users' audience and navigation (cf. Article 10.1: Cookies).

Also, the subscription to the newsletter by the User will also entail the processing of Personal Data concerning the Users.
However, in accordance with CODE IS LAW's Privacy policy, the User may, free of charge and at any time unsubscribe by sending an email to legal@gdpr.dev or by using the "unsubscribe" button located at the end of each of the emails he has received in this context.

To find out more about the terms and conditions relating to the implementation of this processing of personal data, the Users can consult the Privacy policy.

Article 12: Intellectual property Intellectual

Subject to the copyright-free elements, all materials featured present on the Website (trademarks, logos, images, texts, specific functionalities, source code as well as the other elements constituting the content) are the exclusive property of CODE IS LAW.

Any User undertakes not to modify, translate or otherwise create derivative works from the Website.

It is strictly forbidden for any User, by any means or process, totally or in part, to distribute, to publish, to transmit, to create derivative works based on, to grant a license, to modify or to sell any such materials contained on the Website.

Any reproduction, distribution, transmission, modification or use of the protected element of the Website without prior and express agreement of CODE IS LAW is prohibited.

It is possible for CODE IS LAW, if one of these conditions is not respected, to revoke this access from any User at any time.

Article 13: Responsibility of the CODE IS LAW company

The existence of a link from this Website to another websites does not in any way constitute a validation of this site or of its content by CODE IS LAW.

CODE IS LAW cannot be held responsible for problems encountered on all other websites and / or blogs to which links are established, or for any other information published on these websites and / or blogs, as well as for the consequences of their use.

The security and confidentiality of the Website is reasonably ensured by CODE IS LAW, which undertakes to implement the appropriate measures to do so as effectively as possible.

Article 14: Hypertext links

The Website may contain links to third party websites that are not published or controlled by CODE IS LAW. Such links are provided as a convenience only and cannot, and may not be interpreted as, an express or implied endorsement of such websites, their content or any products or services offered thereon.

Article 15: Modification of these Terms of Use

CODE IS LAW reserves the right to make modifications to these Terms of Use. Any new version of the Terms of Use will be submitted to the User who must accept them in order to continue to access to the Website and the different services through his User Account.

The entry into force of a new version of the Terms of Use will take place the next day of the publication. An email will be sent to the Users who have subscribed to the Newsletter.

All versions of the Terms of Use prior to the one in force will be made available to Users on the Website.

Article 16: Severability of clauses

The nullity, lapsing, absence of binding force or unenforceability of one or any of the stipulations of these Terms of Use does not imply nullity, lapsing, absence of binding force or unenforceability of the other stipulations, which will retain all their effects.

Article 17: Applicable law and competent jurisdiction

These Terms of Use are subject to French law. Any dispute arising on the occasion of the execution of the Contract or on the occasion of the interpretation of its provisions will be the subject of a search for an amicable agreement.

The attribution of a territorially competent judge in France will be decided according to the stipulations of the Code of Civil Procedure or international rules in civil matters.

Date of entry into force of these Terms of Use: 28/04/2022

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