Jewisheritage.org is especially vigilant in its respect for the legal obligations required of any Web site publisher, and it follows the recommendations of the CNIL.
The Web site www.jewisheritage.org authorizes the use of hypertext links pointing to its content, provided that:
- Deep linking is not used: pages from the Jewisheritage Web site must not be embedded within pages on another site, but rather should be accessible via the opening of a new window.
- The other site mentions the source of the linked content.
- Information may only be used for personal, associative, or professional reasons; all use for commercial or advertising purposes is strictly forbidden.
- This authorization does not apply to Internet sites whose content is controversial, pornographic, xenophobic, or that, in general, may offend the sensibilities of the average person.
For any other use, please contact us.
Electronic messages received by the www.jewisheritage.org and the e-mail addresses used to send additional information will be stored. In compliance with French law (Article 27 of Law no. 78.17 of January 6, 1978, relating to computers, files, and liberties), you have the right to deny (Article 26) access to, (Articles 34–38), to correct (Article 36), and to delete data that relates to you. You may exercise this right by writing to the site's editors at the following address:Secretaria Red de Juderías de España
C/ Sant Llorenç, s/n
Jewisheritage.org Web site links to many other sites. For the most part, these are official sites (of institutions or public organizations) but they also include some sites of associations and partner companies. For each link, we make an effort to indicate the sites to which we are directing you. However, these Web pages, whose URLs are checked regularly, are not part of the public, official Jewisheritage Web site (www.jewisheritage.org), and the editorial staff takes no responsibility for their content.
When the data on this site contains personal names, users must make use of this data in compliance with the current legislation and with the recommendations of the National Committee for Computers and Liberty (CNIL). Information must only be used for personal, associative, or professional purposes; all use for commercial or advertising purposes is strictly forbidden.