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ARKEMA Media Library

General Terms and Conditions of Use and Legal Notice

Welcome to the ARKEMA media library (the “Media Library”), accessible at the web address https://medialibrary.arkema.com.

The companies with publishing responsibilities over the site, namely Arkema and Arkema France, along with their affiliates and subsidiaries, shall hereinafter be referred to as “Arkema Group”.

By visiting this site, you implicitly accept the General Terms and Conditions of Use (“GTC”), including the privacy policy.

As the GTC may be liable to change, we invite you to consult them on a regular basis in order to remain informed of any modifications.

I. Legal Notice

The site’s publishing companies:
Société Anonyme [Public Company] with a capital of €767,364,760
RCS (Registre du Commerce et des Sociétés [Corporate and Trade Registry]) of Nanterre 445 074 685

Arkema France
Société Anonyme with a capital of €270,035,923
RCS of Nanterre 319 632 790

Registered address of these two companies:
420 rue d’Estienne d’Orves, 92700 Colombes
Tel.: +33 1 49 00 80 80
Fax: +33 1 49 00 83 96

II. General Terms and Conditions of Use

The GTC are intended as usage guidelines for the user (the “User”) of any images, video images, logos, or other visual elements (the “Elements”) appearing in the Media Library.

Article 1 Use of the Elements Offered in the Media Library

1.1 Protection of the Elements

It is hereby recalled that the Elements may be protected by provisions of the French Intellectual Property Code and the French Civil Code. The main grounds of this protection may be from among the following:

- copyrights;
- trademark rights;
- image rights in the name of people appearing in the image.

1.2 Authorized Use

The use of the Elements is subject to the express and prior written authorization of ARKEMA.

This authorization is provided upon downloading or after sending a petition that is accepted through the Media Library and is subject to the following conditions:

- Scope of the authorization:

Except when otherwise mentioned in the information sheet associated with the Element or when sending a petition therefor, the authorization for the transfer affects only:

o the right to display it,
o on any medium besides advertising space,
o throughout the world,
o for a duration of two years,
o and to be used exclusively by the communications departments of ARKEMA, its affiliates, factories, and partners.

This authorization is granted free of charge.

Any other use besides the one initially stipulated must be the subject of a prior request.

- Reference to the source: When displaying the Element in any way, the User is required to mention:

o the reference “© ARKEMA”;
o the name of the photographer or the author of the Element when his/her identity is known, as well as any other reference appearing on the information sheet associated with the Element.

These references must be shown in a legible and unambiguous manner.

1.3 Responsibilities

The user is solely responsible for the use made of the Element and undertakes to never breach the rights of third parties, particularly ownership and the moral rights of the authors or beneficiaries of the photographs.

Article 2 Personal Data

Arkema Group’s privacy policy is available at the following web address: https://www.arkema.com/en/privacy-policy/

We recommend reading it attentively.

Using and browsing the Media Library site implies, in addition to the collection and use mentioned in Arkema Group’s privacy policy:

- the collection of data during account creation and the petition or sending of Elements, particularly your first name, last name, and email address;
- the use and storage of the information provided at that time in order to send you the Elements and for all the purposes mentioned in Arkema Group’s privacy policy.

Article 3 Contact

For any request regarding the Elements, the Media Library, or authorized use of the Media Library, please contact:

Sandrine Chevalier, External Communications Department


Tel.: (+33) 1 49 00 72 91

Article 4 Applicable Law and Jurisdiction

French law is of exclusive application for the relationship between the parties, except for the application of law in the case of jurisdictional disputes.

The parties shall seek to find an amicable resolution to any dispute regarding the application or interpretation of the Agreement.

Any dispute that cannot be resolved amicably between the parties shall be within the exclusive jurisdiction of the Court of Paris.