Updated : April 14, 2021
1. General terms and conditions for use of the platform
Use of the website NetexploSpotting.com (hereafter the “Site“), entails full
acceptance of the terms and conditions set out below. These terms and conditions
may be changed or added to at any time. Users of the Site are therefore invited to
consult them regularly.
The Site is regularly updated by HappeningCo, the owner of the Netexplo brand.
2. Presentation of the Site
The Site is the property of HappeningCo SAS, listed on the Paris register of
companies under number B447906165, SIRET #447.906.165.000.17, with registered
offices at 10 bd de Grenelle 75015 Paris,
The current version of the Site was designed by HappeningCo and developed by
IHECS (www.ihecs.be)Nete, which is also responsible for maintaining the Site.
The Editor in Chief is Marcus Goddard, HappeningCo, 10 bd de Grenelle 75015 Paris.
3. Services provided
The purpose of the Site is to collect a database of innovations related to digital
usages. These innovations are a documentation that Netexplo will build his Yearly
Trends Report upon.
4. Contractual restrictions on technical data
The minimum setup required for access to the site is as follows:
● Works on Firefox, Google Chrome, Safari and Internet Explorer 8+
● On smartphones or tablets, the platform works on the operating systems’
● HTML5 video (iOS)
● The Site’s users shall only access it with equipment that meets the above-
described criteria and is virus-free.
5. Intellectual property
The names Netexplo, Netexplo Intelligence Network and NetexploSpotting.com and
are registered trademarks of HappeningCo.
HappeningCo is the sole owner of the intellectual property rights or holds the
utilization rights to all the material on the Site, in particular text, images, video,
graphics, icons and audio.
Any reproduction, representation, modification, publication or adaptation of all or part
of the material on the Site, regardless of the media or process used, is prohibited
without the prior written authorization of HappeningCo.
Any unauthorized use of the Site or any of its components shall be considered an
infringement and give rise to proceedings in accordance with articles L.335-2 et seq.
of the French intellectual property code.
6. Limitations of liability
HappeningCo may not be held liable for any direct or indirect damage to the user’s
equipment when visiting the Site, whether resulting from use of equipment that does
not meet the specifications set out in point 4, or from the appearance of a bug or
7. Protection of personal data
Accessing the Site requires the user to create an, using their email address and
password. These Codes are personal and confidential. They may be modified online
by the User or by HappeningCo at the User’s request (Codes forgotten or hacked,
etc.). The User is wholly responsible for the use of their Access Codes. Unless
proven otherwise, any login to the Site or transmission of data from the User’s
Access Codes shall be considered as made by the User.
The User shall keep their password secret and not disclose it to any third party in
any form whatsoever. In that respect, the User has the possibility of logging out
explicitly at the end of each session. In the event of the loss, theft or disclosure of
their Access Codes, the User shall inform the platform without delay by email or
post. The platform shall then cancel the User’s Access Codes without delay.
Following this procedure, the User shall receive a new password.
HappeningCo shall comply with legal and regulatory provisions, particularly EU
general regulations #2016/679 on data protection of April 27, 2016 (“GDPR”) and
French law #78-17 of January 6, 1978 on information technology, data and liberties,
as amended by the law for trust in the digital economy of June 21, 2004.
HappeningCo shall ensure the confidentiality and security of personal data
concerning the users of its website. For more information on such processing, please
HappeningCo shall take all the technical and organizational measures needed for
the security of the Data, taking into account the state of the art, implementation costs
and the nature, scope, context and purposes of processing, as well as the risks, of
varying likelihood and severity, to the rights and freedoms of individuals, in order to
guarantee a relevant security level for such risks.
Navigation on the Site leads to the installation of “functional” cookies in the user’s
browser. A cookie is a small file that does not allow the user to be identified, but
records information on a computer’s navigation on the site.
9. Applicable law, jurisdiction
Any dispute with respect to the use of the Site is governed by French law. The
competent Paris courts shall have sole jurisdiction.