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  • News
    List of new items on the website
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Press Releases:

  • Press Releases
    Press releases issued by the Ministère de la Justice
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Minister's diary:

*Our RSS feeds are in RSS 2.0 format, compatible with all utilities and with previous versions.

What is an RSS feed ?

An RSS feed is a Web-based function that informs users automatically of any updates to a specific website. By subscribing to one of the RSS feeds on the Justice website, you will be notified as soon as any new content appears under the What's New?, Press Releases or Agenda headings.

What does RSS mean ?

RSS is the abbreviation of "Really Simple Syndication". It uses a variant of XML markup language to facilitate the sharing and dissemination of information via the Internet.

What do I need to use an RSS feed ?

You must have a "feed reader" or "feed aggregator" installed on your computer. Several readers can be downloaded from the Internet, either free of charge or for a fee (for readers with more options). Some browsers such as Firefox, Safari and Explorer 7 are already equipped with a reader.

To find a reader to download, enter "rss reader" or "rss aggregator" in a search engine.

Once the reader is installed, you can subscribe to the RSS feeds you are interested in by clicking on the appropriate icon or heading and copying the URL from the address bar of your browser into the appropriate box of the RSS reader.

Conditions of use of the RSS feeds

By subscribing to an RSS feed, you agree:

  • to use it for personal (private and non-commercial) purposes only, as a consultation tool;
  • not to disseminate its content on a free or paid website, or on an Intranet site, without authorization from the Department, which may be requested from the Webmaster;
  • not to remove or cancel a notice of copyright or other notice of ownership, mention of the source, mention of the date or other sign or indicator of the source from an RSS feed of the Department. 

The information contained in the RSS feeds of the Department has no legal value.

The Department may, at its discretion, terminate its RSS service at any time.

If you do not agree to these conditions, you should not consult or use the text and other materials accessible via the RSS links on this site.

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