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General Conditions of Use

1. Area of application

Access to the website (hereinafter referred to as “the Website”), as well as the use of its content, is subject to these General Conditions of Use. By accessing and browsing the Website, you accept these General Conditions of Use without reservation.

2. Nature and scope of the information published on the website

2.1. The Website provides access to courses, exercises, statements, corrections, methods, review sheets, knowledge memos, learning paths and other types of teaching materials, as well as its services developed by L’ECOLE SUR INTERNET SAS (hereinafter referred to as “the Company”).

2.2. The Website also provides access to the opinions and testimonies of education professionals and users, as well as press articles. This information is the sole responsibility of the persons concerned and does not necessarily reflect the opinion of the Company.

2.3. All of this information is published on the Website for information purposes only and for help in understanding the school curricula. This information is not intended to be a substitute for the official school curricula.

2.4. Consequently, you acknowledge that the Company cannot be held liable for the information provided on the Website and you accept that the use of this information is under your sole and entire responsibility, control and discretion.

3. Warranties and liabilities

3.1. The content of the Website has been developed with the greatest care in collaboration with national education professionals and has been carefully checked by the Company, which endeavors to make sure that the information provided on the Website is accurate and is regularly updated. However, the Company makes no express or implied warranties regarding all or part of the Website. The Company is also not responsible for the accuracy, completeness or quality of the information provided on the Website, nor is it responsible to ensure that this information is up to date.

3.2. Under no circumstances shall the Company be held liable for any direct or indirect material or immaterial damage resulting from the consultation and/or use of the Website, regardless of the cause, origin, nature or consequences.

3.3. In addition, the Company accepts no liability for any interruption or inaccessibility of the Website, the occurrence of bugs, or any damage resulting from fraudulent acts (such as intrusions) by third parties on the Website.

3.4. The Company takes measures to ensure the confidentiality and security of the personal information collected on the Website. However, the Company has no control over the risks related to the operation of the Internet and wishes to draw your attention to the existence of possible risks regarding the confidentiality of data transmitted via the Internet network.

4. Hypertext links

4.1. The pages of this Website may contain hypertext links to other websites operated by third parties. Hypertext links to third-party websites are intended to enhance the browsing of Internet users. The Company has no current or future control over the design, content, updating, veracity or accuracy of external sites accessible via hyperlinks. The Company also has no control over the offers, advertisements and links to which these hyperlinks refer. The Company shall therefore not be liable for any illegal, incorrect or incomplete content on third-party websites, and in particular, for any damage resulting from the use of the information provided on these websites.

4.2. The Company shall also assume no liability for any infringement of copyright, trademarks or other intellectual property rights that may result from access to a third-party website via a hypertext link.

4.3. Hypertext links to the Website, other than links to its home page, may only be created with the prior express written consent of the Company. This authorization may be revoked at any time, without compensation. Under no circumstances may the pages of the Website be embedded within the pages of another website. In all cases, a message must indicate to visitors that they are about to leave the Website and be redirected to another website.

5. Intellectual property

5.1. The Company is the owner of the domain name (and its variations). The Website associated with this domain name is an intellectual work protected by intellectual property law.

5.2. Unless otherwise specified, the Website as a whole, as well as each of its components (such as texts, courses, exercises, statements, corrections, methods, tips, hierarchies, software, animations, images, designs and models, trademarks, photographs, illustrations, diagrams, logos, sounds, music and all downloadable elements, etc.), are the exclusive property of the Company, which alone is entitled to use the intellectual property rights relating to Website and its individual components.

5.3. Consequently, the reproduction, representation and alteration of all or part of the Website on any medium for any purpose, other than for non-commercial personal and private use, is strictly prohibited, unless expressly authorized in advance by the Company.

5.4. Violation of these provisions is punishable under the provisions of the Intellectual Property Code and the Criminal Code, in particular with regard to copyright and trademark infringement, as well as the Civil Code with regard to civil liability.

5.5. However, if the content of the Website infringes the intellectual property rights of third parties, after having been informed of the infringement, the Company undertakes to immediately remove the subject matter in dispute from its Website and/or will disclose the true author or owner of the intellectual property rights.

6. Photo credits

Where applicable, credits will be provided for each photo, graphic or illustration.

7. Personal data

7.1. You do not have to provide any personal data in order to visit and consult the Website.

7.2. You may consult only one item of content (a course sheet, method sheet or an exercise of your choice) offered on the Website without having to provide your personal data. You must create a personal account on the Website to access all the content offered by the Company.

7.3. The Company may collect your personal data when you create a personal account on the Website or for any subscription offered by the Company. If you choose to upload your photograph to your personal account, you expressly agree that the Company may store this photograph. The Company may also collect your personal data when you contact the Company via the “Contact” section in order to answer any questions you may have.

7.4. The personal data collected may concern minor children. This data is strictly necessary for the provision of the service and will only be processed by the Company with the prior consent of the parents. Parents may provide their consent by checking the box on the collection form for minors under 15 years of age.

7.5. When you provide personal data, you undertake to provide accurate information that is not detrimental to the interests and/or rights of third parties.

7.6. The Company processes the information and data collected concerning you in order to (i) provide you with personalized service, (ii) manage your requests and your subscription, (iii) produce statistical analyses and, where applicable, (iv) to offer you personalized advertising and marketing content. The collection of this information and data is necessary to offer you the services you wish to access. If you do not provide us with your personal data, we will not be able to process your account creation request or your subscription request.
For the above-mentioned purposes, your data may be transmitted to service companies who are responsible for the management, execution and processing of payment transactions. This data is processed and stored by the Website host under conditions designed to ensure the security of this data. The Website host is identified in the legal notices displayed on the Website. The Company also uses a service provider to manage its emailing service. This service provider may be located outside the European Union. In this context, your personal identification data may be transferred to the United States in compliance with the European Commission’s Standard Contractual Clauses. You can obtain a copy of this official documentation by contacting our customer support at
In addition, all of the Company’s subcontractors provide adequate guarantees to ensure the protection of your data.
When you create an account, your data is stored for the period necessary for us to provide the services you wish to access and up to three years after the termination of your account or three years after the last contact between you and the Company, whichever is longer.
In the event of refusal or at the end of this three-year period, the Company may contact you to ask you if you wish to continue to receive information from us. In the absence of direct and explicit action on your part, the relevant data will be archived for the statutory limitation period as well as for a period of ten years for the purposes of invoicing and accounting management.
As a part of your use of the services, we are required to provide you with content which is adapted to your profile according to the results obtained. This personalization is necessary for the provision of our services, because it enables us to offer you a school program adapted to your needs and to allow you to progress at your own pace.

7.7. The Company undertakes to take all necessary technical and organizational security measures to maintain the confidentiality and security of your personal data.

7.8. If you create a personal account on the Website, you may receive informative, commercial or promotional content from the Company (including the Company’s newsletter, promotional offers, tutorials, etc.) at the email address you have provided. If you no longer wish to receive this content, you may notify the Company at any time by clicking on the link provided at the bottom of each content selection.

7.9. If you give your consent (for example, when you create an account to register for the Service), you may receive commercial offers from our partners at the email address you have provided and your contact details may be transferred to these partners. We will not disclose your personal information to third parties for use in their marketing and advertising campaigns without your express prior consent. If you no longer wish to receive this content, you can notify us at any time by clicking on the link provided at the bottom of each content selection.

7.10. In accordance with the French Data Protection Act No. 78-17 of January 6, 1978 as amended and its implementing decrees, you have the right to access, rectify, erase, object to and limit the processing of your personal data, as well as the right to the portability of your personal data. You can exercise your rights as described below at any time by contacting our customer support at

    - Right to access
    If you wish to exercise the right to access your personal data, we will provide you with the following information:
  • the purposes for processing your data;
  • the categories of personal data collected and processed;
  • the categories of recipients to whom your personal data has been or may be disclosed;
  • the retention period of personal data; and
  • information about the rights you have with regard to your personal data.
    - Right to rectification
  • You may ask us to correct your personal data if it is inaccurate or incomplete.
    - Right to erasure
    You can request the deletion of your personal data in the following cases:
  • if the data is no longer necessary for the purposes for which it was collected or processed;
  • if you have withdrawn your consent to the processing of your data in cases where prior consent is the legal basis for data collection and processing and where there is no other legal basis justifying the collection and processing of this data;
  • if you have exercised your right to object;
  • if the processing of your personal data is illegal;
  • if there is a legal obligation to erase your data;
  • if you were a minor under 16 years of age at the time your personal data was collected.
    - Right to restrict processing
    You may request that the processing of your personal data be restricted in the following cases:
  • for the time necessary to allow us to carry out checks if you have disputed the accuracy of your personal data;
  • if the processing of your data is unlawful but you wish to request that the use of the data be restricted rather than erased;
  • if the data is no longer useful to us, but is necessary for you to establish, exercise or defend your legal rights;
  • if you have exercised your right to object to processing, for the duration of the checks to determine whether our legitimate interest prevails over yours.
    - Right to portability
    When using our services, you have the right to the portability of the personal data you have provided to us. If you exercise this right, we will make your data available to you in a structured, commonly used and machine-readable format. Under the right to the portability of personal data, you can request to have your data transmitted directly to another data controller, provided that this transfer is technically possible. However, please note that this right to portability does not cover statistical or anonymized data. It also does not cover deduced and derived data which we have created from the data you have provided. For example, the assessment of your academic level based on your results on the Website cannot be considered to be data which you have provided.
    - Right to object
    You may object to any processing of your personal data when your data is processed on the basis of legitimate interest, unless there are legitimate and compelling reasons requiring us to process this data. You may also object at any time to the processing of your personal data for direct marketing purposes.
    - Right to establish guidelines for what happens to your data after your death
    You have the right to issue instructions regarding the storage, erasure and disclosure of your data after your death. You may change or revoke these instructions at any time. You may appoint a person who will be responsible for carrying out your instructions. Upon your death, this person will be entitled to be informed of your instructions and to request the implementation of your instructions. If you have not designated a person for this purpose or, unless otherwise specified, in the event of the death of this designated person, your heirs shall be entitled to be informed of your instructions and to request that we implement them. If you have not provided any instructions, or unless otherwise mentioned in your instructions, your heirs may exercise your rights under the conditions provided for by law. Upon the request of your heirs, we must provide proof, free of charge, that we have carried out the operations they have requested. Disagreements between heirs regarding the exercise of these rights must be brought before the competent court of first instance.

8. Cookies

8.1. The Company may install cookies on your device.

8.2. Cookies are small text files placed on your hard drive to collect information about how you visit the Website. Cookies also help us to improve the quality of the Website and thus to provide Internet users with a better and more enjoyable experience while visiting the Website.

8.3. The cookies which the Company may install on your device are used to enhance and to make your experience on the Website more enjoyable. These cookies are known as session identification cookies and analytical cookies.

8.4. The Website also uses Google Analytics, a service provided by Google Inc. (“Google”) to evaluate your use of the Website, to compile reports on the activity on the Website and to provide other services related to the activity on the Website. The data generated by Google Analytics cookies (including your IP address) is transmitted to and stored by Google on servers located in the United States. You can consult Google’s privacy policy by clicking on the following link: You can deactivate Google Analytics cookies using the following tool provided by Google: Facebook is a social network tool that we use to allow users to connect to Kartable with their Facebook credentials. You can consult Facebook’s data protection policy and choose to deactivate cookies at the following link:

8.5. You may refuse the installation of technical cookies by selecting the appropriate settings on your browser. If you refuse to accept cookies on your device, some features of the Website may no longer be available to you. Please see the following instructions in order to learn how to adjust the cookie settings on your browser or to modify your wishes regarding the use of cookies:
- For Internet Explorer™:
- For Safari™:
- For Chrome™:
- For Firefox™:
- For Opera™:

9. Personal account and password

9.1. If you choose, or if the Company sends you, an identification code, password or any other information which allows you to access your personal account, you must treat this information as confidential. You must not disclose this information to any third party.

9.2. The Company reserves the right to suspend identification codes or passwords at any time if you do not comply with the above-mentioned provisions.

9.3. If you know or suspect that a third party has knowledge of your identification code or password, you must notify the Company at our customer support

10. Modification of these General Conditions of Use

10.1. The Company expressly reserves the right to modify these General Conditions of Use at any time and without notice, with the exception of the clauses relating to the duration, characteristics and prices of the services offered by the Company.

10.2. The Company publishes these modifications by placing them online. After modifications have been placed online, they are deemed to have been accepted by you without reservation when you access the Website.

10.3. The Company also reserves the right to temporarily or permanently modify, supplement or delete all or part of the content of the Website or the services it offers on the Website without notice.

10.4. We therefore recommend that you consult the General Conditions of Use regularly.

11. Disputes

11.1. These General Conditions of Use are established in accordance with French law, including the provisions of Law No. 2004-575 of June 21, 2004 “to support confidence in the digital economy,” as well as Law No. 78-17 of January 6, 1978 “relating to information technology, files and civil liberties” and the amendments resulting from the European General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR). In the event of a dispute relating to the use of your data, you may refer the matter to the French National Commission for Information Technology and Civil Liberties.

11.2. The French courts have national jurisdiction to hear any dispute relating to the Website, without prejudice to your right as a consumer to bring proceedings before the competent courts of another city, in accordance with the laws defining consumer rights.
You may also contact the consumer mediator free of charge, whose details are provided below:

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