- Site: this refers to the site www.wisp.so
- User: this refers to any professional, legal person, and/or individual entrepreneur who uses the service established by WISP during the first 14 (fourteen) days following the creation of their account.
- Subscriber: any user who has subscribed to one of the subscription packages.
- Content: this refers to the text, images, sounds, videos, and photographs that may be featured in the notification feed.
- Notification feed/notifications: frame and objects containing information (text, images, sounds, videos, photographs, hypertext links, and forms) prepared by the user and/or subscriber, under their exclusive responsibility, that will be distributed by WISP on the site of the User and/or Subscriber.
- Personal account: space dedicated to the User and/or Subscriber containing personal information.
Article 1. OBJECT & LEGAL NOTICE
By becoming a User or a fortiori Subscriber of the Site, you acknowledge that you have read and understood the terms of the present GTU and that you agree to be bound, without restrictions or reservations, by all its provisions.
The GTU are published on the Site and are provided free of charge to the Users and/or subscribers. They are also displayed during the registration of subscribers, who confirm that they have read and accepted them in their totality in order to validate their registration.
The SITE is edited by
Publication Director of the SITE: Mr. Benjamin CAHEN
SAS with capital of €10,069,020
RCS (Commercial Registry): Lille Métropole 424 761 419 00045
Headquarters: 87 boulevard Suchet 75016 Paris, FRANCE.
Article 2. Subscriber Account
The registration of a Subscriber Account is strictly reserved to professionals, legal persons under both public and private law acting through their representative, who is duly authorized for this purpose, and individual entrepreneurs.
Any user and/or subscriber shall guarantee Wisp against any claims from third parties regarding the content (information and/or images) distributed in the notifications under the conditions set forth in Article 5 below.
2.2 Account creation
The User can only create a single account in the “Get Started” section on the SITE. The registration will be finalized by the sending of an activation email with instructions for activating the Subscriber Account.
The data collected and subsequently processed by the Company is voluntarily transmitted by the User to the site, in particular via the registration form. This data consists of a company name, a website address, a valid email address, the choice of a password, and the first and last name.
The password chosen by the user and/or subscriber associated with their Subscriber Account is strictly confidential. It cannot be communicated or shared with third parties. Under no circumstances can WISP be held responsible for the abusive use, loss, or theft of this password.
Furthermore, WISP, as it does not have the means to ensure the identity of the persons registering for its services, is not responsible in cases of identity theft of the user and/or subscriber. If you believe that a person is using your account or your identity, you must immediately inform us of this by email at the following address: email@example.com.
2.3 Trial period
WISP offers you a free 14-day trial period without you having to provide your payment information.
Article 3. FINANCIAL CONDITIONS
3.1 Paid subscriptions
Following the 14-day trial period, the User must select a paid subscription package from among those listed on the Wisp pricing page, where the prices are determined before taxes, in order to keep using their Wisp account.
The applicable VAT rate shall be that in effect on the subscription date of the user and/or subscriber.
All payments owed to the Company are to be made by electronic payment via a valid bank card.
Each payment is the subject of an invoice provided to the subscriber’s personal account.
The absence of payment or the default in collection by WISP shall result in the deactivation of your account. In case of termination on your part, any payment for a subscription period already begun is due.
In case of termination on the part of the subscriber, no reimbursement shall be due.
3.2 The different subscription packages are:
Wisp offers several subscription packages; the three main options are described below. Other personalized packages are available by contacting us by email at firstname.lastname@example.org.
For each subscription, it is up to the subscriber to integrate their subscription code into the source code for each of their web pages.
The price of the subscriptions is determined based on the number of pages of the User’s and/or Subscriber’s site that are visited per month by Internet users and not based on the number of views and/or clicks on the notifications. Beyond the number of views established for each of the packages, the notification(s) is/are blocked until the following month, and the User and/or Subscriber is alerted by email and on their personal account.
• Start: package for 1,000 (one thousand) feed opens.;
• Grow: package for 5,000 (five thousand) feed opens;
• Pro: package for 50,000 (fifty thousand) feed opens.
• Custom package: Contact us by email: email@example.com
The feed open count begins on the first day of each month and ends on the last day of that month, it being specified that for the first month invoiced, the number of feed opens and the amount of the package shall be prorated based on the subscription payment date.
For any annual subscription, two months are offered regardless of the package chosen.
The subscription is monthly or annual and tacitly renewable; the subscription may be terminated at any time but will not be refunded. The annual subscription must be terminated two months before the anniversary date of its renewal.
The payment for the subscription is due even in case of non-exploitation of the notification feed(s).
Article 4. COMMITMENTS AND GUARANTEES
4.1 Exclusive Responsibility of the User and/or Subscriber:
The User and/or Subscriber shall agree to respect the present GTU and the laws and regulations in effect within the country in which their headquarters are located.
The User and/or Subscriber shall be solely responsible for the content and legality of the statements, information, announcements, and – more generally – the Content (including the images, sounds, videos, photographs, etc.) of the NOTIFICATIONS. Indeed, WISP, being limited to the distribution of the NOTIFICATIONS under the sole responsibility of the User and/or Subscriber, neither verifies nor checks the Content prior to its publication.
4.2 Loyalty, Honesty, and Legality Obligation
The User and/or Subscriber shall agree not to act dishonestly or unprofessionally by publishing inappropriate, incorrect, or detrimental content in the NOTIFICATION FEED (not violating any confidentiality that would be attached to it, and guaranteeing that the content of the Notifications is not denigrating, defamatory, offensive, discriminatory, or obscene, and more generally that it respects the rights of third parties in that it is in no way a source of violence, racism, xenophobia, and/or pedophilia, and does not generally violate in any way regulations regarding children’s rights and decency);
4.3 Rights and Authorizations
Any Content reproduced for the purpose of being published in the NOTIFICATION-FEED by the user and/or subscriber is their full and exclusive responsibility, and they declare and guarantee that they possess all the rights and authorizations necessary for this publication such that the liability of WISP may never be sought.
4.4 Judicial Scope and Financial Guarantees
Each of the users and/or subscribers shall guarantee WISP against any claim and/or action that may be initiated by a third party in any capacity whatsoever and, in particular, anyone who believes that they have any rights over the rights in question relating to the Content of the Notifications and shall bear all the costs of the proceedings (including lawyers’ fees) to which WISP may be exposed in this respect, as well as all damages and interest which WISP may be sentenced to pay.
In case of a breach of any of these obligations and without this list being limiting, WISP reserves the right:
• either to intervene in any Content promoting crimes against humanity, inciting racial hatred or violence, exhibiting pedophilia, violating human dignity, violating freedom of expression (defamation, racist or offensive statements…), the freedom of others, and/or practices contrary to morality, and to notify the user and/or the subscriber as moderator that, failing the immediate removal by them of the contentious statements and/or images and/or sounds, the Notifications as well as their subscriber account will be cancelled without further notice or refund of the Subscription fees that they have paid,
• or to remove, without prior notice, the content disputed by a User and/or a Subscriber or a third party, and to close the User’s and/or Subscriber’s Account.
Article 5. LIABILITY WAIVER
5.1 Content and partnership arrangements
The Content and the publication of the NOTIFICATIOnS shall be made under the sole and exclusive responsibility of the User and/or subscriber, both with regard to WISP and to any third parties.
As WISP is limited to the distribution of the NOTIFICATIONS as well as the Content edited under the sole responsibility of the User and/or Subscriber, their liability may not be engaged, directly or indirectly, in any capacity whatsoever.
Indeed, WISP is in no way mandated by the subscriber and may not be held liable for the Content (whether information, sounds, and/or still or moving
images) placed online and displayed on the User’s and/or Subscriber’s site.
5.2 Technical access
WISP may not in any way guarantee operation without interruption or error. In particular, momentary interruptions due to maintenance, updates, or technical improvements are likely to occur without WISP’ liability being able to be engaged in this respect.
To the extent possible, WISP shall inform subscribers prior to a maintenance or updating operation.
Similarly, WISP’S liability may not be sought in case of malfunction, impossibility of access, or poor user conditions of the NOTIFICATION attributable to unsuitable equipment, for disruptions attributable to the host or to the service provider of the User and/or Subscriber, for congestion in the Internet network, and/or for any other reason outside of WISP’s control, a fortiori in case of force majeure.
WISP shall moreover not be liable for indirect damages suffered due to the publication of the NOTIFICATIONS on the subscribers’ site.
WISP may not be held liable for graphical or typographical errors.
Describe the technical environment of the sites compatible with the notifications.
5.3 Limitation of liability
WISP cannot be held liable for any consequential, punitive and indirect damages, including any loss of data, loss of income, loss of opportunity, loss of clientele or damage to the reputation due to the provision of services by WISP. In any event, WISP liability shall be limited in aggregate and for the duration of the agreement to the fees paid to Wisp during the six months preceding the event giving rise to liability. Any claims based on Wisp’s liability are time-barred in six months following the occurrence of the event.
Article 6. INTELLECTUAL PROPERTY
The Wisp SITE in its entirety (including, without limitation, Content, structure, databases, graphics, images, etc.), as well as the trademark, the logo, the graphic charter of the SITE, and each of its components, are the exclusive property of WISP. Any reproduction or representation in whole or in part is strictly forbidden.
In particular, it is completely forbidden to make a qualitatively or quantitatively substantial extract of the databases placed online on the SITE.
The content developed by the user and/or subscriber within the Notification remains their sole property.
By signing up for Wisp you enable us to publicly reference you as a client.
Article 7. PERSONAL DATA
7.1 Processing of Users and/or Subscribers’ data
Users and/or the Subscribers are informed and consent that WISP processes their personal data (“Wisp Data”) in the following conditions:
Subject matter: Wisp Data is collected directly from Users and Subscribers.
Purpose of data processing: The purpose of the processing is the provision of services by WISP to Users and/or Subscribers, which includes billing, account management, support, sales and marketing purposes. Wisp Data can also be used for statistical purposes, given that in such a case, information used will not enabled to identify personally an individual.
Types of data: WISP Data collected and processed by WISP are identification and contact data (name, surname, title, professional address, emails, phone numbers) and log-in data (IP addresses, location data, cookies data and logs).
Duration: For Users who decide not to register an account with WISP at the end of the trial period, personal data will be processed and stored for the duration of the trial period plus twelve (12) months to avoid any abuse. For Subscribers, personal data will be processed and stored for the duration of the contractual relationship with WISP plus five (5) years.
Recipients: Wisp Data might be disclosed to third parties providers for the sole purpose of the provision of services by WISP to Users and/or Subscribers. The Subscriber is informed and accepts that WISP engages processors for carrying out specific processing activities on behalf of WISP in relation with the processing of Wisp Data. Data protection obligations are imposed on that processors by way of a contract or other legal act. Where that processors fail to fulfill their data protection obligations, WISP will remain fully liable to the Subscriber for the performance of processors’ obligations. At this date, the processors are Baremetrics, BNP Entreprises, Customer.io, Google Analytics, Hubspot, Intercom, Profitwell, Aplitude, Segment, and Stripe. WISP shall notify the Subscriber of any change, addition or replacement of processors at least fourteen (14) days prior to any such changes. The Subscriber may object to such changes and terminate this agreement by sending a written notice within such fourteen days of such notice. The Subscriber’s objection shall be based on reasonable grounds.
Users and subscribers’ rights: Users and/or Subscribers have the right to request access to and rectification or erasure of their personal data or restriction of processing concerning their data or to object to processing as well as the right to data portability. Users and/or Subscribers can exercise their rights by sending an email to WISP at the following email address: firstname.lastname@example.org. In addition, users and/or subscribers have the right to lodge a complaint with the competent supervisory authority.
By displaying the Notifications created with WISP and collecting data from Internet users (“Subscriber Data”), the subscriber agrees that he acts as a data controller. The Subscriber declares and warrants that he complies with applicable data protection law (“Data Protection Law”) and in particular with the European general data protection Regulation 2016/679 (“GDPR”) and any other laws such as the California Consumer Privacy Act (CCPA) as may be applicable from time to time.
WISP will act as the data processor on behalf of the subscriber under the following conditions:
a. WISP processes the Subscriber Data only on documented instructions from the subscriber;
b. WISP will maintain a record of all categories of processing activities carried out on behalf of the Subscriber in accordance with Data Protection Law;
c. WISP ensures that persons authorized to process the Subscriber Data have committed themselves to confidentiality or are under an appropriate statutory obligation of confidentiality;
d. WISP takes all appropriate technical and organizational measures to ensure a level of security appropriate to ensure the security and the confidentiality of Subscriber Data. Subscriber shall review any information made available by WISP relating to data security to verify whether the services meet the Subscriber’s requirements and legal obligations under the Data Protection Law;
e. Taking into account the nature of the processing, WISP assists the subscriber by appropriate technical and organizational measures, insofar as this is possible, for the fulfillment of the subscriber’s obligation to respond to requests for exercising the data subject’s rights;
f. WISP assists the subscriber in ensuring compliance with the obligations related to the security of a data processing, to the notification of a data breach to the supervisory authority, to the communication of data breach to the data subject, to the data protection data assessment and for prior consultation to the supervisory authority;
g. WISP shall notify the subscriber within forty-eight (48) hours after becoming aware of a personal data breach. This notification will describe the nature of the personal data breach including where possible, the categories and approximate number of data subjects concerned and the categories and approximate number of Subscriber Data records concerned, describe the likely consequences of the personal data breach and describe the measures taken or proposed to be taken by the controller to address the personal data breach, including, where appropriate, measures to mitigate its possible adverse effects. Where, and in so far as, it is not possible to provide the information at the same time as the notification, the information may be provided in phases without undue further delay;
h. At the choice of Subscriber, WISP deletes or returns all Subscriber Data to the subscriber after the end of the provision of services relating to processing, and deletes existing copies unless applicable Data Protection Law requires storage of the personal data;
i. WISP makes available to Subscriber all information necessary to demonstrate compliance with the obligations laid down in this Article and allow for and contribute to audits, including inspections, conducted by the subscriber or another auditor mandated by the Subscriber. WISP will inform the subscriber if, in its opinion, an instruction infringes applicable Data Protection Law.
The subscriber is informed and accepts that WISP might engage sub-processors for carrying out specific processing activities on behalf of the Subscriber in relation with the processing of Subscriber Data. The same data protection obligations as above-mentioned are imposed on that sub-processors by way of a contract or other legal act. Where that sub-processors fail to fulfill their data protection obligations, WISP will remain fully liable to the Subscriber for the performance of other sub-processors’ obligations. WISP shall notify the Subscriber of any change, addition or replacement of sub-processors at least fourteen (14) days prior to any such changes. The Subscriber may object to such changes and terminate this agreement by sending a written notice within such fourteen days of such notice. The Subscriber’s objection shall be based on reasonable grounds.
WISP may store information on Users and/or Subscribers’ hardware in the form of “cookies”. A cookie is a small file sent by WISP server stored in the user and/or subscriber’s hardware to save data concerning website navigation. The information contained in cookies is stored only for the strictly necessary period, which shall not, in any case, exceed 13 months. At the end of this period, Users and/or Subscribers will have to renew their consent for the installation of cookies.
Cookies are necessary for WISP to improve the users’ experience, to measure the traffic on the website, to ensure the integrity of registration process, to filter unauthorized IP address. For these cookies, Users and/or Subscribers have to give a prior consent by clicking on the accept button, on the banner which posted on the website, before any installation on the hardware computer and use of WISP’ services.
Article 8. TERMINATION
In case of violation or fraud by a User and/or by a Subscriber of the present GTU, WISP reserves the right to immediately suspend or even permanently close, without notice and as of right, the User’s and/or Subscriber’s Account as well as the distribution of their NOTIFICATIONS.
Each User and/or Subscriber may terminate, at any time and without notice, their Client Account. However, no refund will be issued by WISP to the Subscriber.
The termination of the User’s and/or Subscriber’s Account will result in the suspension of all content of the NOTIFICATIONS from the User’s and/or Subscriber’s account.
In the event that the User and/or Subscriber may use the elements of their personal account contrary to their intended purpose, WISP reserves the right to terminate their Account without warning. The User and/or Subscriber shall be solely responsible for the use of their identification elements by third parties and for the actions or statements made through their Account, whether or not they are fraudulent. The User and/or Subscriber shall guarantee WISP against any claims in this respect.
Any registration taking effect as of the date of subscription to one of the subscriptions specified in Article 3.
After the initial period, the registration shall be tacitly renewed if it has not been terminated.
Article 9. Miscellaneous
9.1 If one or several provisions of the present GTU are deemed to be invalid or are declared as such under any law or regulation or following a definitive decision by a competent court, the other stipulations shall retain their full force and scope.
9.2 In case of contradiction between the titles assigned to the articles of the present GTU and their content, only the content shall prevail.
9.3 WISP declares that it elects domicile at its headquarters as mentioned at the beginning of the present document, and the Client declares that they elect domicile at their headquarters as indicated on the Form. Any change in contact information must be duly notified to the other party. Failing that, any such changes may be deemed unenforceable.
9.4 During the User’s and/or Subscriber’s visit to the Wisp site, certain information, including the visitor’s IP address, is recorded in files called “cookies” installed on the User’s and/or Subscriber’s computer, subject to the choices that the User and/or Subscriber has made concerning cookies, which may be modified.
Article 10. Assignment of Jurisdiction
The present general terms are governed by French law.
Any interpretation and/or dispute which may result from the present GTU as well as any disputes between WISP and a user and/or subscriber relating to the conclusion or execution of the services provided by WISP are the exclusive jurisdiction of the competent courts located in Paris.
WISP, SAS (Simplified Limited Liability Company) – Capital: 10 000€
Company Registration number, Paris, France: n° 792 748 477
Authorized representative and CEO: Benjamin Cahen.
87 boulevard Suchet 75016 Paris, France