Figure is committed to protecting your privacy.
According to the French Law 2000-719 of 1 August 2000 on freedom of communication, amending law 86-1067 of 30 September 1986 on freedom of communication, you will find below the legal information concerning our site.
35 rue Pascal, 75013 PARIS
N° SIRET: 44766575300037
Tél. : +33 (0)1 43 31 15 84
Norbert Le Guénédal
35 rue Pascal, 75013 Paris
2 rue Kellermann
59100 Roubaix – France
Director of site publication
Information recorded will be used solely for our services and will only communicated to Figure.
In accordance with articles 39 and its sub sections of the French law n°78-17 of 6th January 1978 modified in 2004 on computers, files and liberties, each person can obtain communication and, if so, rectification or deletion of his/her information by contacting Figure. Figure website users are required to respect the provisions of French law relating to information technology, computer files and freedom, of which the violation is liable to penal sanctions.
With regard to the personal information presented in the website, they shall, in particular, abstain from any data collection, fraudulent use, and in general, perform any act likely to be detrimental to persons’ privacy, or reputation.
The figure.fr website and its various components are the exclusive property of Figure or third parties which have granted it a licence, and they follow the rules of the French Intellectual Property Code.
All the information included in this website is therefore exclusively reserved for private use. Its reproduction, of any type or origin, and the use of copies is only authorised for the purposes of information for personal and private use. Any use of any kind and via any means, whether communication, total or partial representation, modification or break up of the general structure, software, texts, images, animated or not, its know-how and all other elements making up this website by anyone at all, without Figure specific authorisation, is prohibited and liable to constitute a copyright infringement, punished by Articles L. 335-2 et seq. of the French Intellectual Property Code.
The Intellectual Property Code specifies that you must quote the source or ask the permission of the image provider. This applies only in respect of copyright. As a creation of the mind, images (even screenshots) are protected by copyright (art. L112-2-9 of Intellectual Property Code). Reproducing or representing, without authorisation, images, texts, documents is subject to pay damages and interests in the event of prejudice under the Civil Code. Those damages and interests are calculated on a case-by-case basis. It depends on the victim’s loss of profit, damage suffered due to the way in which the content is viewed and any implications that the author might have had, the way the image has been shown and what it could have provided to the designer in financial terms.