Find out more about our updated Terms of Service <>
We’re updating our Terms of Service on 22 May 2024, so we wanted to let you know ahead of time.
These changes won’t affect the way that you use our services <>, but they should help make it easier for you to understand what to expect from Google – and what we expect from you – as you use our services.
You can see the new terms here <>. We have also summarised the changes at the bottom of this email.
*What do I need to do?*
– *If you’re under the age required to manage your own Google Account
<>:* – We have sent this email to your parent or guardian so that they can help you understand our updates better. – Please discuss this email with your parent or guardian to decide if you need to do anything different with your account. – * If you’re a parent or guardian, and you allow your child to use the services:* – Please review the updates to our terms with your child and help them decide whether they need to make any changes to their account. – Please remember that these terms apply to you and that you’re responsible for your child’s activity on the services. – *If you’re the administrator of a Google Workspace corporate or educational account, and you’ve enabled your users to access Google additional services
<>: * – Our new Terms of Service won’t affect the Google Workspace agreement between Google and your organisation. These new terms will only apply to those users to whom you’ve given access to Google additional services
<>. You can always manage whether your users have access to Google additional services, and which ones, in your Admin console. – *If you’re a Google Workspace reseller whose customers have enabled their users to access Google additional services
<>:* – Our new Terms of Service won’t affect your Google Workspace agreement with your customers. These new terms will only apply to your customers’ users who’ve been given access to Google additional services
<>. Your customers can always manage whether their users have access to Google additional services, and which ones, in their Admin console. – *If you’re any other user of the services
<>: * – Please read this email to understand our updated terms and your options for further action. – If you agree to the new terms, no further action is needed.
*What’s changing?*
You can review the new Google Terms of Service here <>. At a glance, here’s what this update covers:
– *Generative AI terms.* We’re moving our existing Generative AI additional terms
<> to our main Terms of Service and adding other AI-related clarifications. For example – we won’t claim ownership over original content generated by our AI-powered services. – *More clarity on abusive activity.* We’re providing more examples and details of the kinds of abuse and interference with our services that aren’t allowed. – *More details on limitations of liability.* For users outside the US, we’re adding clarifications to our limitations of liability and indemnity sections to avoid any misunderstandings in light of local laws or customs. – *More clarity on disputes.* We’re clarifying that if you violate our terms, our remedies aren’t limited to suspension or termination of your access to the services, but may include other remedies under applicable law. If problems or disputes arise between us about these terms, you’ll have the opportunity to describe the issues and address them. – *Updates to reflect how our services work.* We’re adding language about how our services work, and updating certain Google service brand names that have changed over time. – *For users based in the European Economic Area (EEA) only:* – In addition to the changes described above, we’re adding more explanatory text to help you understand the legal concept of ‘guarantees’ under EU and local law. – For more details, please see this summary of key changes to the EEA versions of our terms
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If you don’t agree with the new terms, you should remove your content <…> and stop using the services. You can also end your relationship with us at any time, without penalty, by closing your Google Account <> .
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An update to your Google Account

[image: Google] We associate your Google Account with a country (or region) so that we can better provide our services to you. This association is used to determine two things:
– The Google company that provides the services, processes your information and is responsible for complying with applicable privacy laws – The version of the Terms of Service that governs our relationship, which can vary depending on local laws
Your country association will change within 30 days:
– from *France* – to *Switzerland*
Bear in mind that Google services are essentially the same, regardless of your country association. Also, any purchased content and banking information that you might have in your Google Account will remain the same. This update also changes the regional-specific version of the Google Terms of Service that applies to your account. If the country associated with your account doesn’t match your country of residence, it could be because of a difference between your country of work and residence, because you’ve installed a virtual private network (VPN) to mask your IP address, or because you live close to a territorial border. If you recently moved, it can take about a year for your country association to update. You can find more information about your country association, and a way to request a change if you think that it’s wrong, by reviewing the Google Terms of Service. Your country association affects the Terms of Service that apply to your use of our services. You can find the terms that will apply to you once the country change takes effect in the Google Terms of Service <>, Play Terms of Service <> and YouTube Terms of Service <>. And, if you use Family Link to manage a Google Account for users below the age of consent, the change of country for your account will also change theirs, so please take some time to discuss these changes with them. You can change your privacy settings at any time in your Google Account <> and see and manage your data in Google Dashboard <> . This email was sent to to provide an update about your Google Account. © 2024 Google Ireland Ltd., Gordon House, Barrow Street, Dublin 4, Ireland

“Stand with Ukraine” : l’ambassade des États-Unis à Paris marque les deux ans de la guerre russe contre l’Ukraine, ce 22 février 2024

sculpture de Mikhail Reva

Pour marquer la solidarité des États-Unis envers l’Ukraine, l’ambassade américaine à Paris a organisé ce 21 février dernier une soirée binationale dans une annexe privatisable de ses locaux, l’Hôtel Talleyrand sur la place de la Concorde. Denise Campbell Bauer, ambassadrice des États-Unis à Paris, et S.E. Vadym Olmochenko, ambassadeur d’Ukraine en France, ont conjointement présidé la cérémonie de commémoration des deux de solidarité américaine avec l’Ukraine.

S.E. Denise Campbell Bauer
S.E. Vadym Omelchenko
De nombreux ambassadeurs de pays alliés, notamment du Royaume-Uni, d’Australie, de Pologne, pour nommer ceux que j’ai pu identifier. Le ministre délégué des affaires européennes,  Jean-Noël Barrot, qui a rappelé que la sécurité de la France était également en jeu. En coulisse, des diplomates ukrainiens ne cachaient pas l’heureuse surprise de l’accord de partenariat stratégique récemment signé entre Volodymyr Zelensky et Emmanuel Macron à l’Elysée. En somme, solidarité américaine et française avec l’Ukraine.
Un discours de l’ambassadrice américaine auprès de l’Unesco, nous rappelait les efforts de son ambassade dans la restauration de l’art ukrainien, et les efforts de conservation du patrimoine culturel ukrainien, que DD détaillera éventuellement dans un futur post.

En matière de culture, une exposition de photos prises par Chantal Mistral-Bernard, qui travaille à l’ambassade mais s’est lancée dans un reportage photographique sur le front ukrainien, était à signaller. Portraits de soldats, au plus près de la ligne des combats.