General Terms and Conditions of Use

Last updated December 06, 2023

The website (called the « Website ») is the property of Iris Lab, SAS with a capital of 5,000.00 euros, registered to the Registre du Commerce de Versailles (France) under the number 980 708 630, which head office is located 11 route du roi – 78290 Croissy-sur-Seine – France.


Intracommunity VAT number: FR84980708630

Publication Director: Nicolas Bourliatoux, CEO

Website Object

These General Terms and Conditions of Use are binding for every individual (hereinafter referred to as the « User ») accessing the website and any other domain names registered by Iris Lab to represent its company, products, and services. The paramount objective of these Terms and Conditions is to precisely delineate the terms, conditions, and procedures governing access to the website and the array of services it provides.

By exploring the website, Users explicitly and unconditionally agree to abide by these Terms and Conditions. The mere act of utilizing the website signifies automatic acceptance by the User. Each visit to the website signifies an absolute and unequivocal acceptance of the most recent version of the General Terms and Conditions of Use. Iris Lab reserves the unrestricted right to modify these Terms and Conditions at its sole discretion and without prior notice. It is the sole responsibility of the User to consistently review this page to stay informed of any changes. Users are strongly advised to refer to the latest version of the General Terms and Conditions of Use, as each visit to the site implies unwavering acceptance of the most recent version.

The fundamental purpose of Iris Lab’s website is to disseminate information about the company, showcase its extensive range of products and services, and communicate various forms of information to the public. The website is subject to evolution in response to the evolving expectations of its Users. Iris Lab retains the unassailable right to alter the website’s content, deactivate specific features, and make modifications without prior notice. Iris Lab disclaims any liability for the consequences resulting from such modifications for the User.

General Provisions

These General Terms and Conditions of Use of the Website are subject to the French law.

In cases where General Terms and Conditions of Use exist in both the French language and a foreign language, it is explicitly stipulated that only the French language version shall establish the legal relationship between the parties and will prevail in the event of any disparities in interpretation.

In the event of disputes arising from objections regarding the interpretation, execution, or fulfillment of any provision herein, and in the absence of mutual agreement between the parties, any dispute related to the use of the Website shall be exclusively subject to the jurisdiction of the courts of Versailles, France.

Intellectual Property

The Website and all its contents are the exclusive property of Iris Lab or are used under due authorization. This encompasses the general concept, software, artwork, databases, design, photos and images, text, drawings, sounds, and all other creations constituting the contents of the Website. Any form of representation or reproduction, in whole or in part, of the Website, whether for compensation or free of charge, is strictly prohibited without prior written authorization from Iris Lab, the author or publisher, or any rightful beneficiary or successor, except as strictly necessary for online consultation.

The brands, trademarks, trade names, service marks, logos, and other distinctive signs showcased on the Website are registered trademarks and enjoy protection under French, European, and other applicable legislations. Any reproduction, use, imitation, insertion, elimination, or modification of these elements without prior written permission from Iris Lab constitutes an infringement and is punishable by law.

In accordance with the provisions of law no. 98-536 of July 1, 1998, implementing the code of intellectual property regarding directive 96/9 EC of March 11, 1996, pertaining to the legal protection of databases, Iris Lab is recognized as the producer and owner of all or part of the databases comprising this site. The User expressly undertakes to respect this intellectual property right.

Hypertext Links

The Website may include hypertext links leading to other websites (« third-party websites »). It is imperative to acknowledge that these third-party websites are independently administered by their operators, and Iris Lab exercises no control over their content. Consequently, Iris Lab disclaims any and all liability for any harm or damage incurred by the User as a result of accessing a third-party website through the activation of a hyperlink on the Website.

Content Disclaimer and Liability

All information presented on the Website serves as a descriptive representation of Iris Lab’s activities. However, Iris Lab makes no guarantee regarding the accuracy, completeness, or timeliness of the information provided on the Website. Iris Lab cannot be held accountable for the interpretation, comprehensiveness, completeness, and currency of the data and information contained on this Website. The User is solely responsible for verifying such information.

Any documentation beyond these General Terms & Conditions of Use, whether on other media such as brochures or catalogs issued by the Website, is purely for descriptive purposes. The information, products, and services presented are subject to change at any time and without prior notice, and Iris Lab bears no liability for any consequences resulting from such modifications.

Iris Lab is responsible for the Website. Under no circumstances shall Iris Lab be held liable for any damages, of any nature whatsoever, directly or indirectly arising from the use of the Website. This includes, but is not limited to, damages resulting from a virus that may damage or disable the User’s computer equipment. The User pledges not to disrupt the operation of the Website and agrees not to misuse the communication services.

Furthermore, the User commits to using the Website and its contents in compliance with national and international regulations, ensuring not to tarnish the reputation of Iris Lab.

Data protection

Every data subject holds the rights of access, rectification, erasure, limitation, and portability, along with the right to object, which can be exercised by reaching out to the Iris Lab Data Protection Officer at Should Iris Lab fail to respond adequately or if the response is unsatisfactory, data subjects retain the right to file a complaint with the personal data control authority. For matters related to France, please refer to

Certain personal information stored on our server is provided voluntarily by data subjects when filling out online forms or registering for services offered by Iris Lab.

To enhance the user experience on its Websites, Iris Lab collects specific data during visits by utilizing tracers called cookies. Data subjects have the option to configure these cookies through the settings available on the site.

Website Access and Usage Terms

Users expressly acknowledge their responsibility for ensuring they possess appropriate equipment, including but not limited to computers, telecommunications, and security measures, to access and use this Website. Iris Lab diligently strives to maintain the Website’s availability 24 hours a day, 7 days a week. However, Iris Lab may conduct testing, monitoring, maintenance activities, and emergency repairs as needed, which may result in temporary unavailability.

As a result, Iris Lab reserves the right to close or restrict access to all or part of the Website for maintenance operations or upon the request of any legal authority, and in the event of force majeure. Iris Lab will make every reasonable effort to provide advance notice to the User regarding such events.

All costs associated with equipment, communications, telecommunications, and other expenses necessary for connecting to and using the Website, as well as any required authorizations, are the sole responsibility of the User.