Proper use and external services policy
This policy of appropriate use and external services (“Policy of Appropriate Use”) applies to the use of customers of all services offered by Regcheq SpA or its affiliates (“Regcheq”).
January 15, 2021.
Regcheq may change this policy by posting an updated version of this policy at https://Regcheq.com/politicadeuso, and such updates will be effective upon posting.
Violation of this policy by a Client will be considered a material breach of the Services Master Agreement and/or other agreement governing Client’s use of the Services.
Customers may not, and will not allow any third party, including their Users, to use the Services to display, store, process or transmit, or allow the use of services to display, store, process or transmit:
Customers may not use a service or allow its users or any third party to use it to:
- Sending communications or emails in violation of applicable anti-spam law or regulation;
- Impersonate or impersonate Regcheq, another person, or their email address, or create fake accounts for the purpose of spamming;
- The extraction of data (data mining) or the harvesting of any property of the web (including any external service) to find email addresses or other user account information;
- Sending unauthorized mail through open servers of third parties;
- Sending email to users who have requested to be removed from a mailing list;
- Sell, trade, share, or distribute personal information, including email addresses, of any person to a third party without such person’s knowledge and continued consent to such disclosure; either
- Send unsolicited email to a significant number of email addresses belonging to individuals and/or entities with whom you have no prior relationship;
To the extent that a Client uses the services for the hosting, advertising, electronic delivery or for the creation and hosting of, or to publish material on websites, the client must (i) comply with any notification received under any copyright protection or similar law, (ii) establish a process to respond quickly to notices of alleged infringement and implement a repeat infringer policy, (iii) publicly display a description of your notice and takedown process the information of its services, and iv) comply with said processes, policy(s), and description.
Regcheq’s policy is to respond promptly to valid notifications of claimed copyright. In appropriate circumstances, Regcheq may terminate the accounts of customers that Regcheq suspects have repeatedly or blatantly infringed copyright. If Regcheq receives a notice alleging that customer material from a service infringes another party’s intellectual property, Regcheq may disable that customer’s instance of the service or remove the allegedly infringing material. If Regcheq receives more than one such notice for the same customer, Regcheq reserves the right to immediately terminate such customer’s subscriptions to services as Regcheq deems necessary to ensure continued protection under the safe harbor provisions or to prevent violations. of other applicable laws or the rights of third parties.