Thank you for carefully reading these terms and conditions about the use of this web site before browsing the pages. By connecting to this site, you unreservedly accept the terms.
The site www.axelle-madagascar.comis an exclusive property of the enterprise AXELLE Madagascar
Capital of : 22 000 000 ar
STAT : 14302111995010052
R.C.S : 2003 B 00180
Head office : Lot VP 08 TER Lazaina Anosy – Avaratra. Antananarivo.
Fixed line: +261 20 24 741 00
Cell phone :
Email : firstname.lastname@example.org
The director of publication is Jean-Noël Joly – email@example.com
The site was done by Laurent Jacquot – http://www.superdaikon.com
Advice to achievement : Avéliance Conseil SAS : http://www.avelianceconseil.com
Photo credit: Daphné Patry – www.daphnepatry.com
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The site is hosted by the company
It is AXELLE’s endeavour to ensure that the information provided on the site www.axelle-madagascar.com is as accurate as possible. However, it cannot be held responsible of the omissions, the inaccuracies and deficiencies in updates, whether of its own doing or of that of partner third parties providing the information concerned.
The information listed on the site www.axelle-madagascar.com is given as an indication; it is non-exhaustive and subject to change. They are provided subject to alterations made since they are placed on line.
We reserve the right to modify the content of this website in any way deemed necessary, at any time and for any reason without specific prior notification. AXELLE can in no way be held responsible for the consequences of such modifications.
However, these data may occasionally be transmitted to third parties acting for or on behalf of AXELLE or in relation with the activity of AXELLE for purposes related to their originally intended use.
Generally speaking, there is no requirement to give your identity or provide any personal information in order to visit our Internet website.
However, we may on occasion be obliged to ask for such information. For instance, to establish correspondence or submit a job application
Thus gathered personal data are handled by automated processing intended to communicate data, newsletters and warnings. The data will be kept
You have the right to access and update your personal data as well as the right to request that they be deleted in accordance with the law n° 78-17 of January 6, 1978 pertaining to Informatics, files and freedom. We undertake to ensure that your personal data are up-to-date, accurate and complete.
If you wish to reach your personal data or to correct them, please contact by email the person in charge of the data protection to the following address: firstname.lastname@example.org. Your request will be processed as soon as possible. Requests to delete personal data are subject to legal and ethical requirements with which AXELLE must comply in the areas of reporting, filing and storage.
The site may provide non-personal data. These data can be used to carry out analysis of the site attendance in order to improve the quality of its contents to suit your individual needs and taste. This way, we are prone to acquiring information while you are surfing, but in no case can they be associated to a person. These may include the following data: from the connections (ISP), IP address, type and version of browser used.
This site as well as its contents (texts, images, photos, and multimedia elements) is an exclusive property of AXELLE. They are protected under current intellectual property laws in effect (copyright, databank rights…)
AXELLE’s denominations and logos, its range of products names as well as its slogans, are, unless otherwise indicated, registered trademarks of AXELLE. No element of this site may be copied, disseminated, duplicated, downloaded, modified, adapted, exploited, in whole or in part, on any medium whatsoever other than for personal, private and non-commercial use.
All other uses must be authorized by AXELLE before their implementation.
Any reproduction or use of this site contents is forbidden and could lead to legal proceedings.
Illustrations for this site are the property of Daphné Patry; all rights to use, reproduce and distribute the site and its content are strictly reserved.
The reproduction in full or in part of this site on any electronic medium is strictly prohibited except with the express permission of Daphné Patry.
AXELLE does not warrant that the functional aspects of the internet site will be continued and error free.
AXELLE shall in no circumstance be liable for any direct or indirect damages arising out of the use of the site.
In particular, the user is informed that certain dangers are inherent in the use of internet and in software downloading on the internet (loss of data, viruses, etc.) for which AXELLE cannot be held liable.
The user must take into account the potential risks before proceeding with a download. The site user undertakes to access the site using recent equipment, virus free, and via an internet browser of its latest updated version.
AXELLE Madagascar undertakes to ensure that the collection and the processing of your data, from the site www.axelle-madagascar.com, should comply with the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) and with the Act pertaining to Informatics and freedom.
Information on the cookies
We use different cookies on the site to help us enhancing our site functionality and our services.
What is a « cookie » ?
Cookies are small text files stored by the browser on a site user’s computer hard drive; they are notably used to (amongst others) register information on visitors or their browsing paths through the site. (source Wikipedia)
Limit tracks of one’s web browsing on the browser CHROME, FIREFOX and INTERNET EXPLORER
1- Block third-party cookies
Third cookies are generally not essential for a well-functioning of the site. You can reject them by changing your browser settings.
In the Google Chrome browser:
Menu > Settings > Show Advanced settings (located at the bottom of the page)
Then click on the button Settings in the Content, then select Block the cookies and third-party sites data box, finally click on OK to validate your choice.
In the Firefox browser:
Menu > Options > Privacy Tab
Configure menu « Conservation Rules » on « Use specific settings for history ».
Finally, deselect the box « Accept third-party cookies».
In Internet Explorer browser:
Menu > Internet Options > Tab « Privacy » and press on the Advanced button to see the Advanced Privacy Settings window
Then click on the « Ignore automatic processing of cookies », then choose « Reject » in the « Third-party Cookies » column.
2- Avoid the installation of tracking cookies by means of extensions
There are numerous extensions/plug-ins that can be installed in the web browser in order to block out tracking cookies.
E.g. For Chrome and Firefox: Disconnect or Ghostery
3- Avoid the social networks sharing buttons
You are tracked every time you share or like web content by means of existing social networks buttons on the web sites.
To avoid this, you can install a software blocker such as PRIVACY BADGER
Types of cookies
2 types of cookies are dropped in a file on the web site www.axelle-madagascar.com
1- Operating Cookies (necessary for the site)
They make it possible for our website to operate optimally. You can block them with our browser but the site is at risk for under-performance.
|Tarteaucitron||Back up your choice regarding consent to cookies||12 months|
2- Service tiers
|Third party Service||Cookies||Shelf life|
|Google Maps||This service drops no cookies||–|
When you first visit www.axelle-madagascar.com, a banner informs you about the presence of cookies and invites you to make your choice. They are only dropped if you accept them or continue your browsing on the site by visiting a second page of www.axelle-madagascar.com. You can at any time notify or configure your cookies to accept or reject them by visiting the page [cookies preference] at the bottom of each page of the site. You will be able to specify your preference either globally for the site, or service by service.
Specific cases of server logs
Server logs are retained for 12 months (Telecommunications code).
They are useless in any cross-check and statistical work.
They are generally used to make some incident research in case of attacks or cyber-attacks attempts.