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* According notably to :

  • - french law n°2004-575 21st June 2004 modified for confidence in the digital economy,
  • - french law n°86-1067 30th September 1986 modified regarding the freedom of communication,
  • - french law n°82-652 29th July 1982 modified regarding audio-visual communication,
  • - french law n°78-17 6th January 1978 modified regarding to IT, files and freedom.