Legal Notice


Site Owner:
I Know A Place – Crise-Up Brand
27 rue Joubert, 75009 Paris – France

Director of publication:
David Gentleman

Breedewee Web Agency



Terms of Service


Author: any natural person who has created elements present on this site, in particular authors of texts, graphic designers, model makers and designers of the tree structure.

Producer: owner of the site, in accordance with article L341-1 al 1 of the Intellectual Property Code (IPC).

Site: all the pages accessible from the address: User: visitor to this site and consumer of its information.


The entirety of this site is defined as a database within the meaning of the directive of March 11, 1996. As such, the producer authorizes exclusively the uses and access defined in Copyright below.

Any use or extraction of elements from the site not authorized by the producer is illegal and penalized by the offense of counterfeiting referred to below.


All the elements of the site, in particular: graphics, wallpapers, images, logos, chips and descriptive elements, are also the subject of an intellectual property right.

All texts reproduced on the site are the property of their authors. The use of these is carried out under the usual conditions of copyright as defined by the French intellectual property code, and in accordance with the Berne Convention and subsequent international agreements.

The only authorized uses of the content presented on this site are as follows:

  • reproduction strictly reserved for the private use of the copyist and not intended for collective use.
  • reproduction, distribution or representation for professional information purposes on non-digital media, on the express condition of not modifying the information or data and mentioning the source (address of this site) and the authors.

However, if these contents constitute public information within the meaning of the law of July 17, 1978, their reuse is possible in accordance with this law after payment of the corresponding license fees.

Any other use of the content present on the site, in particular re-publication on other websites, extranet or intranet, requires the agreement of the producer of the database and the authors concerned.

Any use, even on a private basis, of all or a substantial part of the site requires the agreement of the producer of the database, in accordance with the provisions of art. CPI L342-1.

Any breach of the rules of copyright or database law is liable to criminal sanctions under the offense of counterfeiting, without prejudice to any claims for damages from the rights holders.


Links to this site: any installation of hypertext links to any of the pages of this site is free, provided that they open a new window and are presented in an unequivocal manner in order to avoid any risk of confusion between the citing site and this site, as well as any biased presentation, or contrary to the laws in force.

Links mentioned in this site: the sites listed in the links have been selected on the basis of their content, but this does not imply any approval of the opinions which may be expressed there, nor any validation of the information given there.


Moreover, Crise Up does not assume any guarantee, in particular as to the adequacy of the data for the use made of it by the user.

Crise Up cannot be held responsible for the information, comments and opinions expressed on the sites to which it points and over which it has no editorial control. It is also not responsible for delays or damage that may result from the defective transmission of data due to the various Internet networks or sites to which it points or even resulting from its own computer system, or even from any incompatibilities with the user’s browser.

It reserves the right to exceptionally interrupt access to the data server to carry out maintenance work on its IT environment or in the event of repairing breakdowns.


When opening a page on our website, you saw a message indicating the presence of Cookies on our site. These “Cookies” files are installed on your terminal (Computer, Smartphone, Tablet, etc.) in order to collect information relating to your browsing. You will find below explanations as well as the means of configuring cookies according to your choices.

Presentation of cookies:

A cookie is a file in which information relating to your browsing is recorded, and it is saved on your hard drive by your browser (such as the history for example) when you visit a site. This small file allows the server containing the site to identify and recognize you during the lifetime of the cookie.

Why use cookies?

There are 3 types of cookies that we may use.

Most technical cookies (such as session cookies) are essential for the proper functioning of the website. Deleting them can lead to navigation difficulties.

  1. Technical cookies

Technical cookies are essential for the operation of the site. They allow access to protected areas (such as professional areas for example) using personal identifiers (login and session password).
They usually have a very short lifespan.

  1. Statistics cookies (web analytics)

These cookies collect your login information so that the site owner can know the number of visits to his site, the average visit time, the most visited pages, from which browser, etc.

Google Analytics generates a cookie with a unique identifier that collects your IP address in order to know the city from which you are connecting but without ever knowing which computer or which physical person you really are.

  1. Sharing cookies (social networks)

Our site contains sharing links to Facebook, Twitter, Google+, or other, which allow you to share content from our site with other people. When you use these sharing buttons, a third-party cookie is installed after obtaining your consent. If you are connected to the social network while browsing our site, the sharing buttons allow you to link the content consulted to your user account.

How to manage cookies?

You have several options for managing cookies. Any configuration that you can undertake will be likely to modify your browsing on the Internet and your conditions of access to certain services requiring the use of Cookies.

You can choose at any time to express and modify your wishes in terms of cookies, by the means described below.


  1. Setting your browser

Each browser can be configured to allow or not the presence of cookies on your device:

List of procedures:

  1. Terms of refusal (opt-out)

You can also configure your choices directly on the platforms that set cookies via the following links. Please note that in the event of refusal of the cookie, a cookie will be saved in your terminal with the sole purpose of deactivating the services associated with the cookie. So if you delete all the cookies saved in your terminal, via your browser, we will no longer know that you have chosen this option.

How to manage cookies?

For more information on cookies, you can consult the CNIL website at this address: