Legal terms and conditions

As per the provisions of articles 6-III and 19 of the French law Loi no. 2004-575 of 21 June 2004 on Confidence in the Digital Economy, (the so-called L.C.E.N.), we inform the users and visitors of our website of the following data:
The website is the exclusive property of GUILLET SAS (Ltd.), which publishes it.
Ltd. with a capital of 1,000,000 €
Telephone: 03 88 49 14 00
2 rue Jean Bugatti 67120 Duppigheim
Registered with the Registre du Commerce et des Sociétés (French Companies House) under the number 70850347900030
Intracommunity VAT number: FR83 708503479
E-mail address:
Director of publication: Fabien GUILLET
Contact the publication manager:


This site is hosted by ISRT – 19 rue du Girlenhirsch in 67400 ILLKIRCH GRAFFENSTADEN

The general structure, the texts, the animated or static images, sounds, graphics, documents that can be downloaded, databases and any other element of the site are the exclusive property of GUILLET SAS (Ltd.).

The whole website is subject to French and international legislation on copyright and intellectual property. The names, brands, and labels cited on this website are the property of their respective trademark owners. Any use or reproduction, in full or in part, of the website, of the elements thereof and/or of the mentioned information, by any method whatsoever, is a counterfeit punishable by the Intellectual Property Code.

However, the information specific to this website can be used by third parties under the following conditions: any information directly distributed on the site by MOVING STAGE, with the exception of illustrations, photos, videos, posters, logos and brands, can be reproduced, represented or redistributed by third parties upon simple prior notification to the webmaster, provided their source is mentioned. However, it shall not be used for commercial or advertising purposes. MOVING STAGE reserves the possibility to forbid third parties from using information as defined above, at any time, without prior notice or need to justify their decision. In such a case, they shall inform the person concerned who will have 8 working days for ending their practices.
MOVING STAGE and its logo are trademarks, thus protected as such by trademark laws. They are the exclusive property of GUILLET SAS (Ltd.). All of the other brands cited belong to their exclusive trademark owners.


The whole website is subject to French and international legislation on copyright and industrial property. All reproductions rights are reserved. This site reproduction, in full or in part, on any medium whatsoever, is formally forbidden without an authorisation from GUILLET SAS (Ltd.).


For any e-mail sent to MOVING STAGE, it is important to know that:
The secrecy of correspondence via Internet network is not guaranteed,
E-mails are kept on electronic support for the time required for the administration to process your request.


The internet user is informed that, during their visits to our website, a cookie can be automatically installed on their browsing software. A cookie is a block of data from which a user cannot be identified, but which serves for saving data relating to their browsing history on a website.
This method is intended to enable Guillet SAS (Ltd.) to follow internet users through their browsing history on the
We use cookies for:

  • Memorising your connection data.
  • Identifying you when you connect to our websites.
  • Gathering data helping us to send you adverts matching your interests.
  • Memorising your browsing preferences such as your language, your font size, page presentation or favourite colours. All this for enabling you to browse through our website more quickly and easily.
  • Collecting analytical data in order to, e. g. count the number of visitors to our websites and identifying our website pages you visit the most often. We use analysis data that we collect for marketing and resource planning purposes.
  • Determining if our clients and visitors adapt easily to the changes we may make to our websites.

Data collected by cookies:
Cookies help us to gather information on how you use our website, yet we do not keep any information which can identify you personally from our cookie data which concern you. We only save a unique session ID which will help us to find a user profile and your preferences at your next visit.


This conditions of use are governed, interpreted and applied as per the French law. In case of dispute, the French courts are the only jurisdiction.


Data relative to the session cookies and to permanent cookies are kept for a maximum time of 12 months, for statistical purposes.
You have the right to ask the processing manager to give you access to personal data, to rectify or delete them, or to limit the processing relating to the person concerned, or the right to oppose the processing or the right to data portability.
You also have the right to file a complaint to a regulatory authority.


The data collected are intended exclusively for the use of MOVING STAGE.
In compliance with the provisions of article 38 of the “Computing and Freedom” law of 6 January 1978, amended in 2004, the user can also for legitimate reasons, oppose the use of the data for commercial prospecting purposes.

Right of access and rectification
In this website, the Internet users can be asked to provide their personal data likely to be subject to automated processing. If such is the case, in compliance with the law 78-17 concerning information processing, files and freedom of 6 January 1978 (article 34, 39 and 40), the persons from whom personal data are collected benefit from the right of access, modification, rectification and deletion of these data. This right can be exercised by specifying in the subject of a “Rights of Persons” e-mail and attaching a copy of their identity document, addressed to the webmaster at the following address:
Moreover, when the data present on this website are nominative in character, the users must use them in compliance with the regulations in force and the recommendations of the CNIL. You also benefit from the right to provide directives on the fate of your data following your death.