By virtue of article 6 of law n ° 2004-575 of June 21, 2004 on confidence in the digital economy, it is clear to users of the site www.aftercovidafrica.org the identity of the various stakeholders in the context of its implementation and monitoring:
- This site is published by: Africa Tomorrow Foundation (FAT), Civil Society Organization (OSC) with registration number 23/678 / JUKI099 and which is domiciled at 02BP43 Cotonou, CadjÃ¨houn, Cotonou (Benin), Website: www.fondationafricatomorrow.org
- Responsible for publication: Ali Pierre, reachable by phone at + 229-944568987 and by email firstname.lastname@example.org
- Webmaster of the site: Digital Solutions Tech, IT Company specializing in Computer Engineering and Digital Marketing reachable by phone at + 229-9669219, Address: 02BP46 Bohicon, Benin, Email: email@example.com, Website: www.digitalsolutionstech.net
- Site host: Namecheap Inc., who is domiciled at 4600 East Washington Street Suite 305 Phoenix, AZ 85034 United States and can be reached by phone at + 1-4578908765432
Intellectual property and counterfeits
The AFTERCOVID AFRICA company owns the intellectual property rights or holds the rights of use on all the elements accessible on the site, in particular: texts, images, graphics, logo, icons ,.
Any reproduction, representation, modification, publication, adaptation of all or part of the elements of the site, whatever the means or process used, is prohibited without the prior written authorization of AFTERCOVID AFRICA.
Any unauthorized use of the site or of any element it contains will be considered as constituting an infringement and prosecuted in accordance with the provisions of articles L.335-2 and following of the Intellectual Property Code.
Cookies and trackers
The website www.aftercovidafrica.org has an audience measurement system, as well as a sharing function on social networks.
In application of the European directive known as the "telecom package", Internet users must be informed and give their consent before inserting tracers (more commonly known as "cookies"). Internet users should have the option of choosing not to be tracked when they visit a site or use an application. Website editors therefore have the obligation to seek prior consent from users.
Refusing to install a cookie may make it impossible to access certain services. The Internet user can however configure his Internet browser to refuse the installation of cookies.
Audience measurement cookies are small files which make it possible to know and analyze the traffic statistics on the website: the pages visited, the number of visits, the bounce rate, the origin of the visits ,. Audience measurement cookies are completely anonymous. On this site, the Google Analytics solution is used to measure the audience.
Cookies related to social networks are associated with buttons that facilitate the sharing of pages and articles on social networks.
Contact form and comments
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Moderation of comments
The choice of validating a comment on the site www.aftercovidafrica.org is left to the sole discretion of the publication manager. Comments can be deleted, modified and corrected for a better understanding of visitors (especially for spelling). The Internet user can sign his comment with his name or nickname or the name of his company. He can also enter a URL in the "website" field. This link may not appear if it was judged that the comment did not really add value to the article. This, even if the comment is published.
Here are examples of cases where a comment can be moderated or deleted:
- It was deleted by anti-spam
- It does not really add value and is not useful for Internet users
- It is riddled with spelling mistakes or incomprehensible
- It appears to be filed for self-promotion purposes only.
- The email indicated is obviously false
- It is considered defamatory for a third party
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