Any natural or legal person carrying out an automatic, intermediate and temporary storage activity with the sole aim of making the subsequent transmission of content more effective, may only be held civilly or criminally liable for such content in one of the following cases:
– Modified this content, failed to comply with the conditions of access to it conditions of access and the usual rules concerning their updating, or has hindered the lawful and usual use of the technology used to obtain data;
– It has not acted promptly to remove the content it has stored or to make access to it impossible, as soon as it has actual knowledge either of the fact that the content transmitted has been withdrawn from the network, or that access to the content originally transmitted has been rendered impossible, or that the judicial authorities have ordered the removal from the network of the content originally transmitted from the network.
The electronic document is stored on an electronic medium which allows:
– Consultation of its content throughout its period of validity;
– It can be stored in its final form in such a way as to ensure the integrity of its content, the preservation of information relating to its origin and the date and place of issue or receipt.
The electronic document is deemed to have been retained in the same way as the written document.
The issuer undertakes to keep the electronic document in the form in which it was issued.