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Indigo Publications is registered on the Paris Trade and Companies Registry (Registre du Commerce et des Sociétés de Paris) under the number B 322 077 637.

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Publisher: Quentin Botbol, CEO of Indigo Publications

Chairman and founder: Maurice Botbol

Principal shareholders: Maurice and Quentin Botbol

Other shareholders: Employees of Indigo Publications

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In compliance with the data protection bill nº78-17 adopted on 6 January 1978 relating to data, files and privacy protection, all users who provide information under their own name on our site have the right to oppose, gain access to and rectify the data:

We are committed to protecting the privacy of our customers. The personal information that you communicate to us when you navigate on our site will not be distributed to third parties.

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The Intelligenceonline.com portal is the exclusive property of Indigo Publications. All content is protected under French and international copyright and intellectual property law. The purchase of content involves no transfer of property rights of any kind to the user. Distributing content from our newsletters can be allowed in specific cases. However, you must contact the editorial team to obtain prior authorization. We usually ask for the article or information not to be distributed within three days of publication on our website. We also ask that the information be credited to us, along with a link to our website.

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