Use and confidentiality

The Constantinople site is provided as a service to its visitors. Constantinople reserves the right to modify, add or remove any information or element from this site at any time and for any reason.


Constantinople will do everything possible to ensure that this site contains valid information. However, it is impossible to guarantee that they are error-free, up-to-date, correct or complete. Everything on this site is provided “as is”. No warranty, formal or implied, with respect to the content of this site is provided. Under no circumstances will Constantinople, its directors, employees or suppliers be liable, directly or indirectly, for any direct, indirect, consequential, dissuasive, special or any other damage: loss of data, income or profits; loss or damage to property or third party claims arising from or in connection with the use of this website and its content or any other websites accessible by hyperlink.


As a service to visitors, and as such only, Constantinople may include hyperlinks to other websites in its content. As these sites are not under its control, Constantinople cannot be held responsible for their content. The fact of including hyperlinks on its own site does not in any way constitute an endorsement of the content of these sites.


Constantinople is committed to protecting your personal data and your privacy. We only use the information you give us to complete your requests and communicate with you.


We use your data to deliver the requested content (PDF, newsletter, etc.) Your name and telephone number allow us, among other things, to contact you to promote our services. Your email address is required in order to enter into direct communication about our services and to deliver a newsletter, if you have specifically requested it. The information is kept indefinitely to be reused if necessary. To no longer receive our newsletter, please unsubscribe by clicking on the link in the send.


We observe strict security measures with regard to the archiving and disclosure of the information you provide to us, in order to prevent unauthorized access. Kiya Tabassian ( is the Privacy Officer at Constantinople.


It is only under legal duress (by testimony in court, questioning, request for documents, summons to appear, request for civil investigation or other similar procedure following an order of a competent court, or in order to to comply with any applicable conditions imposed by a government agency or other regulatory authority, or other legal obligations) that Constantinople will disclose your information to third parties.


At any time, you can view, modify or request removal of all your confidential data by contacting us at

Constantinople reserves the right to modify its privacy policy at any time.


Cookies are files saved by a web server on your computer to identify you. Our cookies do not contain confidential information. They include a number that only identifies you as a user, suggests content that may interest you and make your visit more pleasant and user-friendly. Most web browsers automatically allow cookies to be saved. To refuse them, modify “Your preferences” in your browser. You will still be able to access most of the content.