Leosghost - 10:37 pm on Apr 27, 2011 (gmt 0)
The French authority who dealt with the case is here
Their contact page is here
The French for email is "Mel"..next to it you will find the link to send your email to ..normal French proceedure requires you to send a recorded delivery or registered letter as a follow up before they will act on any communications.
If you scroll down to the bottom of any page on the site you'll find that they have an English version ( as is usual with French sites not all pages are translated ..but they do read and reply in English ..so you can contact them in English and also a Spanish version ( may be you read Spanish ? )..my advice is make it clear ..don't use obvious "Americanisms" or slang..but don't make it legalese ) ..They may be interested, they may not, but you don't need to be able to write French to ask them.
btw..Most senior civil servants, government officials etc in France speak, read and write extremely good English..and the senior staff of the search engines in all countries also are fine in English IME ..particularly Google and Yahoo..( MS I have only ever dealt with the non search part of the company here, and that was in French )..amusing thing is that with so many of them being based in Ireland, their English eventually takes on an Irish accent ..reminds me of home.:)