The website www.icbordeaux.fr is owned by the International Club of Bordeaux (hereinafter “ICB”).
The ICB is a French association declared by application of the law of July 1, 1901 and by the decree of August 16, 1901 and registered under the n° W332015674.
Siège Social/ Headquarters
14, allée d’Orléans
Identifiant SIRET du siège
794 719 955 00013
Directrice de la Publication/ Direction
President, International Club of Bordeaux
1&1 Internet SARL
7, place de la Gare
Réalisation du site et des médias sociaux/
Technical development, strategic guidance and project management
Nothing on this website should be construed as constituting a proposition of sale or purchase. All products, processes and programs presented on the website www.icbordeaux.fr are not necessarily endorsed by the ICB. Consequently, the user of this website agrees to exercise his/her own responsibility when using this information.
The ICB is bound only by a best-endeavors obligation concerning the information it makes available to visitors to its website, www.icbordeaux.fr .
While every effort has been made to ensure the reliability of the information contained on this website, ICB may not be held liable for any errors, omissions or outcomes that may result from using this information. In particular, hypertext links on our site may lead users to information contained on other servers, over which ICB has no control.
In case of circumstances outside ICB’s control, difficulties associated with information systems, difficulties associated with telecommunications networks, other technical issues, or for maintenance – this list is not exhaustive – ICB may decide to suspend or interrupt access to all or part of the site.
The website can be modified without prior notice.
Special notice for American users of the www.icbordeaux.fr website:
The Children’s Online Privacy Protection Act (C.O.P.P.A.) of 1998 provides safeguards to protect children who use the internet by regulating the online collection of personal information from children under the age of 13. According to this Act, « (…) if you operate a general audience web site and have actual knowledge that you are collecting personal information from children, you must comply with the Children’s Online Privacy Protection Act (C.O.P.P.A.). »
ICB does not intend to collect any Personal Identification Information from children under the age of 13. However, if children under the age of 13 provide Personal Identification Information to us, their parents or legal guardian should request that we delete this information from our files by sending us an email at email@example.com . We will use all reasonable efforts to delete children’s information from our files as soon as practicable.
The ICB is the owner of all right, title and interest in the name of ICB. You are prohibited from using the name of “(The) International Club of Bordeaux” or “(The) ICB” without the positive authorization of ICB. This site and its content are protected according to the intellectual property code, particularly with regard to branding, copyrights, drawings and patterns.
Under the French Intellectual Property Code and, more generally, international treaties and agreements containing provisions on the protection of copyright, you are prohibited from reproducing, selling, distributing, issuing, broadcasting, adapting, modifying, publishing, communicating in full or in part in any form the data, presentation or organization of the site, or the works protected by copyright shown on the ICB website www.icbordeaux.fr without the specific prior written consent of the holder of the copyright attaching to the work, the presentation or organization of the site, or the data reproduced.
You are also prohibited from introducing data by whatever means to the ICB website, www.icbordeaux.fr, that would modify or be likely to modify the content or appearance of the data, the presentation or organization of the site, or the works featured on the ICB website.
For more information, contact the direction at the following address: firstname.lastname@example.org .
Hyperlinks to the website www.icbordeaux,fr.
Simple hyperlinks to the home page of www.icbordeaux.fr may be set up as long as they are not used for commercial or advertising purposes and under the condition that the express notice « On ICB website » (or any other similar or more detailed notice) is clearly pointed out on the link or next to the link.
ICB shall not be liable in any manner whatsoever for the content of the source websites.
This authorization is not relevant for websites conveying unlawful, pornographic, xenophobic, subversive, immoral and offensive to human dignity content or any other content which may, to a greater extent, affect the sensitivity of many.
Deep links to any document other than the home page of www.icbordeaux.fr notwithstanding the shape and content of these links, are prohibited without express and prior authorization from ICB. It should include in particular, but not exclusively, any document of graphic type, any multimedia or text document.
Any reproduction or any use, even partial, of any element of the website www.icbordeaux.fr within a third party website by framing, in-lining or any other similar process are strictly prohibited without exceptional and written authorization from ICB.
The authorization for the setting of above-mentioned hyperlinks should be requested to the following e-mail address: email@example.com . Such request should mention the URL where the hyperlinks are asked to be set up.
The access to the page incorporating the hyperlinks to the website www.icbordeaux.fr must be free.
Hyperlinks by ICB
This website may contain hyperlinks to other ICB websites but also to external websites. Such hyperlinks are provided for your convenience only.
ICB shall not be liable in any manner whatsoever for the contents, functionality and conditions of use of websites that users are able to access through these hyperlinks, these hyperlinks being established in cooperation with the concerned websites at a time ICB found it fitting, considering the content provided.
The www.icbordeaux.fr website is produced by the Communications Department of the ICB in association with the following partners:
Technical development, strategic guidance and project management:
1&1 Internet SARL
7, place de la Gare
2 rue Kellermann
Blogs of site information and written content: WordPress
ICB uses questions found on the www.icbordeaux.fr website to collect data regarding visitors to the site. This data allows us to respond to your requests for information. Personal information collected in this way is restricted to basic contact information (last name, first name, and address, e-mail address, telephone and fax numbers).
You may send e-mails to the addresses shown on the website. Each message will contain your e-mail address and any additional information that you wish to include in the message.
Tracking techniques may be used on our web site as a means of enhancing your navigational experience. You have a right to access, delete and modify any personal data collected in this way. Any personal information collected is destined for use by ICB and ICB’s partners. ICB will never share a user’s personal data with any third party, unless the user himself specifically requests this. ICB deletes users’ IP addresses six months after their last visit to the site.
A session cookie is created when you visit the www.icbordeaux.fr website. Cookies record information about your visit to our site (pages visited, date and time of visit, etc.) on your computer’s hard drive. This information can be used during your next visit to the website. This cookie remains on your computer for 30 minutes. You can block these cookies by modifying the security parameters of your browser (for example, Tools / Options on Microsoft Explorer 6).
As a visitor to the ICB website, you are bound to respect the provisions of the French law « Informatique, fichiers et libertés » of January 6, 1978, (n°78-17). Anyone violating this law is liable to penal sanctions.
According to the French law n°78-17 « Informatique, fichiers et libertés », you have the right to access, rectify or delete information which refers to you by name. If you wish to rectify or delete certain data, please send an e-mail specifying your request to: firstname.lastname@example.org