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Legal notice


The website is published by discover, a company with a capital of 7500 euros whose head office is based in Paris (75) – 15 rue des halles 75001, registered in the Register of Trade and Companies of Paris under the number RCS B 408 969 970


Lavoine david, Managing Director


OVH SAS, a subsidiary of OVH Groupe SAS, a company registered at the RCS in Lille under the number 537 407 926 located 2 Kellermann Street, 59100 Roubaix.


The website is intended to make information about DISCOVER’s activities freely available to the public.Information made available on can be changed at any time and without notice. DISCOVER reserves the right to suspend, interrupt or limit access to all or part of the Site without prior notice.


Intellectual property rights to the site belong to Discover sarl. Any use, reproduction, dissemination, marketing, modification of all or part of the site, without the permission of DISCOVER sarl, is prohibited and may result in legal actions and lawsuits as provided for in particular by the intellectual property code and/or the civil code.

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The creation of hyperlinks (simple or deep) to is subject to the prior, express and written permission of DISCOVER. Any request for permission must be addressed to DISCOVER, 15 rue des halles, 75001 PARIS

Hyperlinks implemented from to other sites cannot be the responsibility of DISCOVER, which has no control over the content of these sites.


DISCOVER strives to keep its site accessible, without any obligation to do so. It is recalled that data and information transmissions on the Internet have only relative technical reliability and security, due in particular to their circulation on heterogeneous networks. As such, DISCOVER cannot be held responsible for any alterations or interceptions made against its will.

It is up to each user to take all necessary measures to protect their own data and/or software regarding the contamination of possible viruses circulating on the Internet.


Any dispute relating to the use or content of the site will be governed by French law and subject to the jurisdiction of the courts ruling within the jurisdiction of the Court of Appeal of Paris, notwithstanding plurality of defendants or appeal for guarantee.

In case of questions or comments, any user can contact Discover at