Abuse Policy

The entire content of the sites hosted through the web hosting services offered by S.C. PRESSLABS S.R.L. (further under the name of PRESSLABS) is owned entirely by the users, and PRESSLABS has no control over such sites and information. Therefore, PRESSLABS is not responsible and does not endorse the content, information, advertising, products or materials displayed or available on the user’s site and PRESSLABS does not hold responsibility or liability, directly or indirectly, for any damage or loss caused or alleged to be caused by or related to the use in any way of this information, products or materials. The users will have the entire responsibility for all activities that occur within their website.

PRESSLABS does not allow the use of its services for illegal activities or other types of abuses which includes, but is not limited to:

In case PRESSLABS discovers or has suspicions regarding the performance of any abusive practice, that was produced or that threatens to be produced by the users, PRESSLABS has the right to suspend, limit or deny the access to its services, without any compensation due to the user or to any third party.

PRESSLABS shall not be responsible or liable, directly or indirectly, for any damage or loss caused or alleged to be caused by or in connection with the performance of any abuse from part of the users, the entire loss being borne by the users.

In view of preventing and fighting any abuse PRESSLABS provides to any interested person the following e-mail address in case of abuse and violation of any third parties’ rights: abuse@presslabs.com

The users agree that PRESSLABS may, in its sole discretion, disclose the Internet Protocol address of the users to the owners of the violated rights who have filed complaints in this respect through the form provided by PRESSLABS.

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