1. Application of these terms
The User may terminate the use of the Service by e-mail or via the Service at any time if he or she so wishes.
Use of the service requires registration. By registering, the user can use the service to the extent specified by the access rights. User information is registered in Membook's user register. The username is personal. The user is responsible for all activities that take place with his / her account and undertakes to keep the account and its password carefully.
Registering for Membook does not automatically make the user a Membook customer. A customer relationship is formed if a user sets up their own community on Membook with the “Create Community” button. After this, the information of the user and the established community is stored in Membook Oy's customer register. This customer relationship follows the general terms and conditions of the service.
4. EU Data Protection Regulation and Registry Privacy Policies
The Service Provider processes the personal data of registered Users as required by the EU Data Protection Regulation (GDPR). Personal data is collected in the user register only for a legitimate purpose, such as providing information and managing the user relationship. Personal data will be treated confidentially and will not be disclosed to third parties without the user's consent, except as provided by law.
See more detailed documentation according to the information obligation: Membook as registrar.
5. Prohibited proceedings
6. Responsibilities of the User
7. Liability of the service provider
The service provider is not liable for any damage caused to the user that is not caused by the service provider's intent or gross negligence. The service provider strives to guarantee uninterrupted continuous access to the service, but cannot fully guarantee it. The site may be disrupted or blocked for reasons beyond the control of the service provider. The service provider is not liable for any damage caused by an external factor or other force majeure independent of the service provider. Force majeure is an obstacle beyond the control of the service provider which it could not reasonably have foreseen or the consequences of which it could not avoid.
8. Other Terms and Applicable Law
The Service may contain links and links to third party websites (eg Facebook, Twitter or other websites). Such services offered by third parties shall apply to such third party's operating and other conditions, and Membook is not responsible for the privacy practices or the content of web sites.