Legal information :

Editor :

You are currently connected to the websitewww.mocica.org , published by the association MOCICA, association governed by the law of 1 July 1901, head office : 23 rue Henri Lepage
54000 Nancy, mail: contact (A@robase) mocica.org ,
With the following activities :
CHARITIES, HUMANITARIAN ASSOCIATIONS
With the aim of :
– Movement of human gathering for free, sharing and offering services.
Editor-in-chief: Jean-Philippe Huber.
Publisher of the website and the application: MOCICA.
MOCICA is a registered trademark at the INPI under n°13 4 001 019.

MOCICA’s logo is a logo registered at the INPI under the number 14 4 065 214

The texts are the property of their authors.

You may not reproduce, perform, transfer, distribute, or store any of these materials, in whole or in part, in any form without acknowledging mocica.org as the source of the material, in the presentation of your content and in the source’s original size.

MOCICA cannot be held responsible for the absence of the legal information that must appear on the communication media (flyers, posters, etc.) in accordance with the regulations in force in the respective country of distribution, or for any other legal infringement concerning the means of distribution.

Host :

OVH. Phone : + 33 9 72 10 10 07. Head Office : 2 rue Kellermann 59100 Roubaix.

Dénomination :

“MOCICA”: the MOCICA association governed by the law of 1 July 1901, in its capacity as publisher of the site.

“Site” means the website accessible at the URL www.mocica.org, as well as the application, sub-sites, mirror sites and URL variations referring to.

“Internet user”: The persons, natural or legal, of private or public law, connecting to the site.

Non-compliant content :

MOCICA has the status of host of the data published by Internet users on the site, within the meaning of Article 6-I-2 of the Law for confidence in the digital economy of 21 June 2004. In accordance with paragraph 3 of the same article, MOCICA shall not be held criminally or civilly liable for information published by an Internet user, unless, from the moment it became aware of the illegal activity or information, it acted promptly to remove such information or to make it impossible to access.
Any Internet user may report content that he or she considers illegal by sending an e-mail to contact (A@robase) mocica.org. Any notification that is incomplete or does not meet the conditions imposed by Article 6-1-5 of the Law for Confidence in the Digital Economy of 21 June 2004 may not be considered valid. Any abusive notification may engage the responsibility of its author and is notably punishable by a one-year imprisonment and a fine of 15,000 euros by virtue of article 6-I-4 of the aforementioned law. Translated with www.DeepL.com/Translator (free version)