influence with respect to availability. Accordingly, the Company shall not be liable in the event the User experiences delays in accessing the Services, or in the event of a temporary or permanent interruption in data transmission to the User’s Terminal if such interruption is not attributable to the Company. The Company reserves the right to temporarily suspend access to the Services for Site maintenance and repairs.
Use of the Services requires use of certain technical systems, such as a Terminal, computer programs, means of transmission, telecommunication services and other services of third-party companies, which may entail additional costs. Such costs shall be borne by the User. The Company does not supply any of these technical systems and shall in no event be liable therefor.
Intellectual property rights
The Company offers Services licensed from third-party companies, which are protected by intellectual property rights.
Consequently, Applications downloaded are for Users’ personal use only. No reproduction, modification, transmission, sale or sub-license is authorised.
The figurative or other trademarks (hereinafter referred to collectively as the ‘trademarks’) displayed in the Site, or in any newsletter, are registered or unregistered trademarks owned by the Company and third parties. Reference to trademarks on the Site shall in no event be deemed an express or implied granting of any right of use, licence or authorisation with respect to said trademarks, without the written agreement of the Company or relevant third party. Any use of the trademarks referred to in the Site, or the content thereof, that is not expressly authorised by the trademark holders, other than as granted under these General Terms and Conditions, is strictly forbidden. The Company hereby advises Users that it is entitled to take legal action, including before the criminal courts, to protect its intellectual property rights.
All rights of authors, composers, music publishers and all holders of neighbouring rights in the works reproduced and distributed in these Applications and/or on these Sites are reserved. Any use of said works other than as described in these General Terms and Conditions is forbidden.
Right of access to personal data files
The User is solely responsible for the data he/she provides.
In accordance with the applicable law, the User is hereby informed that the information provided in connection with the Service is necessary to use the Service. Such information enables the Company to manage provision of the Service and the customer relationship.
Such information is intended solely for, firstly, the Company and its contractual partners for the requirements of providing the Service and, secondly, its service providers.
Some of these recipients are located outside Qatar, specifically in Morocco. These recipients will receive the following data: the first name, surname and address of prospective users and/or Users;
the telephone number of prospective users and/or Users (including user names); the e-mail address of prospective users and/or Users; the identity of prospective users and/or Users; invoices of electronic communications operators (mobile telephone, landlines and internet access providers); and copies of identity documents, if applicable.
In accordance with applicable law, Users have the right to oppose the use of, and to access, correct and delete, any personal data about them that the Company obtains during their use of the Service. Users may exercise this right by sending an e-mail to the address specified on the Site, or by writing to the following postal address: 11, Avenue Kadi Ilyass – Street Maârif – 20330 Morocco Casablanca.
The User is hereby informed that by entering his/her telephone number and/or e-mail address, he/she authorises the Company to send him/her offers for products and services it markets on its own behalf or through partner publishers.
To unsubscribe from the special offers of the Company and its partners (received by e-mail), the User may write to the e-mail address above or click on the unsubscription link in the newsletter.
In addition, if the User does not wish to receive offers from the Company about its products and/or services, he/she may send the keyword ‘STOP’ to the short number specified in the advertising.
Cookies are data files sent to a web browser and stored on the computer’s hard drive. They do not allow internet users who visit the Sites to be identified directly. However, they record information about the computer’s navigation on the Sites (pages visited, date and time of the visit, etc.), which the Sites can read during subsequent visits. The computer stores an identification code in the cookie. The cookie only stores the identification code in its memory, and no other personal information about the User.
Data collected using cookies enable improvement of the quality of the Sites to make them more attractive or functional and to facilitate navigation thereon. More specifically, localisation data collected using cookies enables personalised Services to be provided.
The length of time during which this information is stored on the User’s computer depends on the Site(s) visited. After a cookie has been stored on his/her computer, the User may receive, or see displayed, advertising for products and services offered by the Company, its partners or subsidiaries of the Digital Virgo Group. Such advertising is broadcast under the sole responsibility of the relevant partners or advertising agencies.
The Company hereby informs the User that he/she may prevent cookies from being stored on his/her computer by configuring his/her web browser to inform him/her when cookies are sent to his/her computer. For example:
For Mozilla Firefox:
- Select the ‘Tools’ menu, then ‘Options’
- Click on the ‘Privacy’ icon
- Find the ‘Cookies’ menu and select the options appropriate for you ·
For Microsoft Internet Explorer:
Select the ‘Tools’ menu, then ‘Internet Options’
Click on the ‘Privacy’ tab
Select the level desired using the slider
For Opera 6.0 and higher:
Select ‘Files’ > ‘Preferences’
If the User uses another web browser, he/she should review the software’s options for disabling cookies. In general, cookies can be disabled in the ‘Options’ menu of the software. For additional information, the User should study the assistance provided with his/her web browser.
However, if cookies are disabled, the User may no longer be able to (i) access certain areas of the Site or (ii) use certain Services. In addition, our partner’s cookies may be placed on the Site.
Claims made by the User against the Company may only concern events within the twelve months prior to the date said claims are received. Claims must be made in writing and sent:
- by post to the following address: 11, Avenue Kadi Ilyass – Street Maârif – 20330 Casablanca Morocco
- or by e-mail to the address provided on the Site.
The Company shall not be required to consider claims sent to it by any other means.
To be valid, claims shall include at least the following information:
- the User’s complete contact details (first name and surname, postal address, e-mail address);
- the name of the Service subscribed and the concerned Site;
- the nature of the claim;
- the User’s telephone number as entered into the Site.
These General Terms and Conditions shall be governed by applicable law in Qatar.
In the event of a dispute with respect to the interpretation, performance and/or validity of these General Terms and Conditions that cannot be resolved amicably, the legal principles concerning jurisdiction shall apply.