This website (hereinafter called “the site”) is a place where all citizens, institutions and organisations can exchange ideas. It gathers together the public’s questions, opinions, contributions and comments. The site makes every form of expression public. All participants are responsible for their contributions and agree to comply with this charter. They must state their surnames, given names and place of residence in order to ensure transparency. That information is made public. They must also provide a valid personal address, which is not made public. It will not be disclosed to a third party without prior consent from the person concerned. A moderator reads every message before posting it in order to ensure that it complies with this moderation charter. His or her role is to protect and guarantee the quality of the discussions. He or she sees to it that messages deemed inappropriate or in violation of the law are not posted.
This pertains to questions, opinions, contributions and comments that (non-exhaustive list):
- Are private or off-topic (messages must be consistent with the site’s purpose)
- Do not respect the opinions and contributions of others
- Are repetitive, especially with the aim of hindering or disrupting the site’s operation (trolling or flooding)
- Contain attacks, insinuations or insults with regard to an organisation or a person, especially on the basis of race, beliefs, ethnicity or sexual orientation
- Include slanderous, aggressive, scornful, obscene or pornographic comments
- Pursue commercial or advertising purposes or are sponsored
- Disclose personal information (addresses, phone numbers)
- Infringe on privacy and/or current laws and regulations, especially with regard to copyright and the right to the image.
Comments must be well argued and it is important to note that they express only their author’s opinion. The site’s host and publisher cannot be held liable for the contributions and the consequences of their dissemination. The moderator reserves the right, without prior notice, to not post a message, to post only part of a message by deleting passages deemed inappropriate and to make minor modifications (particularly spelling or grammar corrections) provided they do not change the meaning of the message. The project owner agrees to answer the public’s questions within a reasonable time period. The answers will be posted on the consultation site.
The Data Protection Act In compliance with the Data Protection Act of 6 January 1978, amended, and the European regulation of 27 April 2016 on the protection of natural persons with regard to the processing of personal data and the free circulation of that data, you have the right to access, modify, rectify and delete information about you, which you can exercise by e-mailing email@example.com