1. Presentation of the site
Buscardini Communications is the owner of the website www.traveltomorrow.eu.
Rue Belliard 40
1040 Brussels – BELGIUM
Buscardini Communications is also responsible for the publication and administration of the site.
The site is hosted by OVH (www.ovh.com) whose head office is located at 2 rue Kellermann F-59100 Roubaix.
Site creation: Alain Fritsch – Création graphique
This site is accessible to all types of visitors. It is however possible that Buscardini Communications may decide to interrupt the site for maintenance.
The dates and times of interruptions will nevertheless be specified in advance to users.
3. Intellectual properties
The contents of this site are the exclusive property of Buscardini Communications, any violation of copyright is punishable by article L.335-2 of the Intellectual Property Code.
Total or partial representation of this site is subject to the prior, written and express authorisation of Buscardini Communications.
Buscardini Communications is not responsible for the links linked to this site and therefore for the information communicated on other sites.
4. Limitation of liability
This site cannot be held responsible for errors encountered on the site, technical problems, interpretation of the information published and consequences of their use.
Consequently, the user acknowledges that he or she uses this information under his or her exclusive responsibility.
5. Applicable law and laws concerned
SSubject to French law, the website www.traveltomorrow.eu is governed by Law No. 2004-2005 of 21 June 2004 on confidence in the digital economy, article L.335-2 of the French Intellectual Property Code and the “Data Processing and Liberties” law of 6 January 1978 amended in 2004.
6. Personal data
The information collected through the Newsletter form is recorded by the data controller for regular information sending.
In accordance with the law “Data Processing and Liberties”, you can exercise your right of access to data concerning you and have them rectified by contacting: António Buscardini.