Director of Publication
SoA via its web master Bertrand Glize.
SoA via Bertrand Glize,
University of Bordeaux, 146 rue Léo Saignat, 33000 Bordeaux, France
Email: bertrand.glize [a] soaphasia [dot] com
The website is hosted by ionos.com 1&1 and propriety of Bertrand Glize & SoA.
The entire website is governed by the French and international legislation on intellectual property. The photographs, texts, drawings, images and other items protected by property rights are the property of the site and SoA and its webmaster. The content accessible on this website, notably the content of online journals, remains the property of its respective authors.
The reproduction of the pages of this website on paper is authorized, subject to compliance with the following conditions:
- their distribution must be free of charge
- compliance with the integrity of the documents reproduced (no modification or alteration of any kind)
- the www.soaphasia.com website must be clearly mentioned as the source with the statement that the reproduction rights are reserved and limited
The reproduction of some or all of this website on electronic media is authorized, subject to the clear and legible addition of the source (www.soaphasia.com) and the statement “rights reserved”.
This authorization does not apply to websites disseminating information of a controversial, pornographic or xenophobic nature or which, to a broader extent, may be offensive to the majority of people.
Any use for advertising or commercial purposes is excluded.
Breaching any of these exploitation rights is an infringement of copyright punishable by prosecution.
This website may permit the creation of links to existing website or sites hosted by third parties. The existence of any such links between the SoA website and the third-party websites does not mean that the SoA supports or assumes liability for their content or any use that may be made of them.
It is incumbent upon the user to take any precautions required to ensure the absence of viruses on the visited website. SoA declines any liability vis-à-vis websites with links to www.soaphasia.com.
Users are informed that when visiting the website, a cookie may be automatically deposited and stored temporarily in their computers’ memories or on their hard disks.
A cookie cannot be used to identify users. Its purpose is to record how they browse around the website.
Website users acknowledge having been informed about this practice and authorize SoA to use it. They may disable this cookie by changing the parameters of their browser.
Users acknowledge having familiarized themselves with these Terms and Conditions of Use and undertake to comply with them. However, these notices are not exhaustive and any rights that the SoA may hold are not limited by these provisions.
The content of the website is provided “as is”, without any form of guarantee whatsoever. The SoA does not guarantee, and cannot assume the slightest liability whatsoever for any use that may be made of this website.
The SoA cannot, under any circumstances, be held liable for any type of direct or indirect damage or loss that might result from the use of this website, and in particular, for any damage to property, loss of data or programs resulting from access to this website or its use or to any website to which it is linked.
The SoA can only guarantee that the information on the website is complete, precise, accurate, error-free and up to date. Any information may be modified by the SoA without prior notice. The SoA strives to provide reliable and up to date information for users of the website. However, in spite of our vigilance, errors or omissions may possibly be found.
Any information provided by the SoA is for information only and cannot exempt users from performing their own additional analyses tailored to their personal needs. The SoA cannot guarantee the accuracy, completeness or topicality of the information disseminated on its website. Consequently, users assume sole liability for the use of this information.
The user of the website and of any websites associated therewith acknowledges having checked that the computer configuration used is virus-free and in perfect operating condition.
The Law of 6 August 2004 on the protection of natural persons vis-à-vis the processing of personal data, which amends the Law of 6 January 1978 relating to information technology, regulates the use of personal data in order to limit the risks of it being used in a manner that may be contrary to freedoms. By virtue of the legal obligations, no personal information shall be collected or transferred to third parties without the user’s knowledge. In addition, no personal information shall be used for any purposes that have not been not anticipated by the user of the website.
In particular, and pursuant to Article 32 of the Law of 6 August 2004, the user shall be informed of the identity of the person in charge of the processing, the purpose of the processing, the mandatory or optional nature of the responses, the consequences of failing to respond, and the recipient of the information.
Pursuant to the French Law no. 78-17 of January 6 1978 on “Informatique et Libertés” (Data Protection and Civil Liberties), users are entitled to access, correct and delete personal data concerning them. Users can exercise this right by contacting the Webmaster.
Users can find information about their rights, duties and the protection of individual data on the website of the Commission nationale informatique et libertés (French Data Protection Authority).
Users of the website and of any associated websites are required to comply with the legal provisions relating to information technology, files and freedoms, the infringement of which is punishable by criminal sanctions. In particular, with regard to any personal information that may be accessed, they must refrain from any collection, any misuse and, in general, any behavior liable to harm the privacy or reputation of the people concerned.
The data entered in the contact forms shall be used for the sole purpose of providing a response, but shall not be stored, transferred to transmitted to third parties.