Legal notices

French Institute of Estonia

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Phone: +372 627 1191

Protection and processing of personal data

The website respects the privacy of users and strictly complies with the laws in force on the protection of privacy and individual liberties. No personal information is collected without your approval. No personal information is given to third parties. E-mails addresses or other personal information collected by this website are not used and are only kept for the time necessary for their processing.

Copyright and reproduction rights for content posted online

All the elements appearing on the website (texts, drawings, programs, photographs, names, logos, etc.) are protected by the provisions of the French Intellectual Property Code. In Estonia, these elements are protected by copyright in all the signatory states of the Berne Convention.

In accordance with the Intellectual Property Code, any reproduction, representation, modification, adaptation, adaptation, distribution, and/or translation of any of the elements of the webstie website, partially or as a whole, on any medium whatsoever (electronic, paper, etc.) is prohibited without the express prior authorisation of the Institute.

Reproduction rights of public or official documents:

In accordance with public intellectual property law and in particular with Article L122-5 of the French Intellectual Property Code, “official documents” are freely reusable:

– speeches, press kits and press releases

– circulars, directives and other regulatory documents

Non-commercial reuse, and in particular educational reuse, is authorised on condition that the integrity of the information is respected and that its meaning, scope and application are not altered and that its origin and date of publication are specified.

The information may not be used for commercial or promotional purposes without the express permission and licensing of the reuse of public information.

The development of a product or service intended to be made available to third parties, whether free of charge or not, on the basis of public information, is considered to be reuse for commercial or promotional purposes.

Request for authorization to reproduce the contents

The request must specify the content concerned and the publication or site on which it will appear. Requests should be made to the following address: Once this authorization has been obtained, the reproduction of content must comply with the following principles:

– free distribution;

– respect for the integrity of the documents reproduced (no modifications or alterations of any kind);

– mandatory mention: “© – rights reserved”. This mention will point through a hypertext link directly to the content.

Liability clause

The information provided on this website is provided as a service to the public. Despite all the care taken in transcribing official texts, verifying content and information, the elements posted online cannot, in any way whatsoever, engage the responsibility of the Institute.

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