IUSW Legal Notice

By entering the https://satcom-dls-support.essp-sas.eu/ website (hereinafter the “Website”) every user (hereinafter the ”User”) agrees to the terms and conditions (hereinafter the “T&C”) as set out below. 

All enclosed representation or statement shall not be construed as the official position of any international organization

1. Corporate identification and hosting

1.1 Editor

European Satellite Services Provider S.A.S. (hereinafter «ESSP»)
3, rue Tarfaya - CS 84432
31405 Toulouse Cedex 4 
SIRET : 508 275 286 00021

Registered in RCS Toulouse under number 508 275 286, having its share capital equal to EUR 999.996, 00 with VAT number FR 32 508 275 286, and represented by Charlotte Neyret, President-CEO.

1.2 Hosting

C/ Isaac Newton 11, 
PTM Tres Cantos
28760 Madrid – SPAIN
SIRET : 898 198 551 00019

2. Intellectual Property Rights

The Website is managed by ESSP which is the owner of the Website’s intellectual property rights.

The Website contains software programs, photos, pictures, graphics, interfaces, written content, videos which are fully owned by ESSP or which ESSP has been authorized to use. They shall not be used, copied, distributed or modified, on whatever form, without the prior and written authorization of ESSP.

ESSP and its logo is a registered trademark. It shall not be used, copied, distributed or modified, on whatever form, without the prior written authorization of its owner. The User is only granted with a right of digital display of such trademark on the Website.

Inserting any URL or hyperlink towards all or part of the Website requires prior written authorization of ESSP and shall come with the commitment of an absence of any adverse effect in any manner whatsoever on ESSP and ESSP suppliers, corporate image including, but not limited to, offense, xenophobic, racist, hateful, defamatory, revisionist, pornographic, paedophile, lewd conduct, political, proselyte content or prod for terrorism, crime, suicide and their apology or proposal to trade.

3. Cookies

Cookies are pieces of text generated by the web services that a User has visited; these text files can be set on the User’ devices by the website they are currently visiting (“first party cookies”) or by a different website to the one they are currently visiting (“third party cookies”). 

For more information on the types of cookies used by the Website, their purpose as well as for information on the choice to accept (“opt-in”) or refuse the placement of cookies, please read our cookies section.

4. Website private access

Some parts of the Website are only accessible after registration and require entering a login and password to access (“ANSP Portal”). The terms of use of such private parts of the Website are accessible upon registration and acceptance of the T&C. 

The User is already aware that the User is the sole responsible for the safe conservation of these access details and ESSP disclaims any liability related to their loss, use or misuse and that ESSP will be entitled to suspend or delete the User’s account if the User does not respect the terms of use of the relevant service or any law or regulation in force.

For sake of clarity, at the time of publishing this Website and T&C, the ANSP Portal is not yet ready and available. 

5. Disclaimer

All the data and information (hereinafter the “Data”) provided within the Website are for informational purpose only.

ESSP disclaims all warranties of any kind (whether express or implied) to any party and/or for any use of the Data including, but not limited to, their accuracy, integrity, reliability and fitness for a particular purpose or user requirements.

ESSP shall not be liable for any loss of profits, loss of revenues, loss of goodwill, loss of anticipated savings, loss of customers, loss of data or, interference with the business or for any other direct, indirect, incidental, special, consequential, exemplary or punitive damages arising out of or in connection with this website.
Iris is a complex and technical service and only Iris users (“participating ANSP”) with a full contractual agreement can use the Iris Service. Before using the Iris service, all User should study the corresponding Iris Service Definition Document (available on the ESSP SAS website https://www.essp-sas.eu/communication/iris-documentation/) in order to understand if and how they can use the Iris Service, as well as to familiarize themselves with the performance level and other aspects of the service they can rely on, such as the specific associated disclaimer and terms of use.

This Website may contain links towards other websites, such as those of our partners. ESSP is not responsible for the privacy practices or the content of those other websites.

The User is aware of inherent technical risks and difficulties of Internet and IT systems which are not related to ESSP and that may lead to:
- Impossibility to access the Website, access slow-down, software or hardware incompatibilities;
- Loss, misappropriation, contamination of data in particular due to virus or Trojans.

ESSP may not be held liable for such risks and difficulties and their consequences for the User.

6. Suspension or interruption of the Website

ESSP is entitled to suspend, interrupt or modify all or part, of the Website, temporally or not, without prior notification and without any liability.

In case of definitive interruption, Website User shall erase any copy of the Website or Website content they have.

7. Modification and evolution of the T&C

The present T&C shall be subject to modification or evolution at any moment and without any notice.

Any change of the T&C shall be fully in force and applicable to all Users as soon as the new T&C will be accessible on the Website. Thus the User is advised to regularly access the T&C in order to be aware of the last updates.

8. Governing law

These T&C shall be construed and governed under French law. The Court of Toulouse (France) shall have jurisdiction to hear all disputes arising out of or in connection with these T&C, with the exception of disputes in connection with the protection of personal data for which the Court of Justice of the European Union shall have jurisdiction.