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A service is a website or online application, for instance YouTube. A case is an individual remark that can form part of the review of a service, for instance "you need to be 13 years old to use this service". A point links a case to a service, for instance "you need to be 13 years old to use YouTube". A topic is a search tag for cases.

To review a service's terms and conditions, first make sure the service is listed, and add it if not. Then read the actual terms and policies you have to agree to to use this service, and make a note about anything that you find remarkable. Find the existing case for each of these review remarks, or create it if necessary, and create a point to add that case as a remark in the review of the service. Use the checklist to see if you forgot to review any aspects.

Then you need to wait for a curator to approve your changes, after which your review will show up on https://tosdr.org, will be picked up by the ToS;DR browser extensions, and included in DuckDuckGo's Privacy Grade, for which our API is one of several input factors. For services whose terms and policies are tracked by ToSBack, you can try out our experimental annotate view.

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--- id: - - 6123 user_id: - - 2069 title: - - The service may change its terms at any time, but the user will receive notification of the changes. source: - - https://www.bbc.co.uk/usingthebbc/privacy-policy/ status: - - pending analysis: - - Generated through the annotate view created_at: - - &1 2019-03-18 17:40:39.261596377 Z updated_at: - - *1 service_id: - - 520 quoteText: - - If we make important changes, like how we use your personal information, we'll let you know. case_id: - - 122 quoteStart: - - 19055 quoteEnd: - - 19147 document_id: - - 1096
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--- text: - - " 1.\nWhat's in this policy? <p>This policy tells you:</p>\n<ul>\n<li>what information we might collect about you</li>\n<li>how we might use that information</li>\n<li>when we might use your details to contact you</li>\n<li>what information of yours we might share with others</li>\n<li>your choices about the personal information you give us</li>\n</ul> Back to top 2.\nWhat does this policy cover? <p>This policy covers the services that are offered by the British Broadcasting Corporation.</p>\n<p>And sometimes it covers services offered by parts of our organisation that operate as separate companies.\nSuch as:</p>\n<p>BBC World Service, BBC Studios, BBC Studioworks, BBC Global News, BBC Media Applications Technology, BBC World Service Trading and BBC charities.</p>\n<p>But only when those services link to this policy or tell you it applies.</p>\n<p>\n<strong>What's not covered in this policy?</strong>\n</p>\n<p>Our services sometimes link to services run by other companies, like playing your BBC Music tracks on a music service such as Deezer.\nThose companies have their own privacy and cookies policies, so remember that the information you give them will follow their rules and not ours.</p>\n<p>We sometimes offer BBC-branded services to other companies, like a BBC Radio 1 YouTube page.\nMake sure to check their privacy policy so you know how they will use your information.</p> Back to top 3.\nHow do you protect my personal information? <p>We're strongly committed to keeping you and your family's information safe.\nAnd to do this we design our services with your safety in mind.\nWe also have dedicated teams to look after your information security and privacy.</p>\n<p>At the same time, no service can be completely secure - if you have any concerns that your BBC account or personal information has been put at risk, for example if someone could have found out your password, please get in touch straight away.</p>\n<p>\n<strong>Where we store your information</strong>\n</p>\n<p>Some companies that provide services to us run their services from outside the European Economic Area.\nWe only let that happen if we are satisfied with their levels of security.\nKeep in mind that when you give us personal information it could be being transferred, stored or processed in a location outside the EEA.</p> Back to top 4.\nWhat types of personal information does the BBC collect about me? <p>We'll give details about why we need your personal information and how we'll use it before you begin, unless it's obvious.</p>\n<p>\n<strong>a.\nInformation that you give us</strong>\n</p>\n<p>We might ask for your name and contact details, your date of birth or financial details, depending on what you're doing.\nIf you apply to take part in a programme on politics, for example, we might ask you about your political opinions.\nThis could include information in a creation you share with us such as people's names that appear in the creation.</p>\n<p>\n<strong>b.\nDevice information</strong>\n</p>\n<p>Devices are lots of things like:</p>\n<ul>\n<li>your computer</li>\n<li>your mobile</li>\n<li>your TV</li>\n<li>your tablet</li>\n<li>your voice-enabled device</li>\n</ul>\n<p>We automatically collect some technical information from these devices and web browsers even when you're not signed in to a BBC account.\nThis might include:</p>\n<ul>\n<li>IP (internet protocol) address</li>\n<li>device ID</li>\n<li>app ID</li>\n<li>vendor ID</li>\n</ul>\n<p>\n<strong>c.\nInformation on your activities outside the BBC when you talk about us</strong>\n</p>\n<p>Like if you've mentioned us in a Twitter post, we'll collect your Twitter handle.</p>\n<p>\n<strong>What if I have a BBC account?</strong>\n</p>\n<p>When you register for a BBC account, or update your details or settings we ask for some personal information, like your email address and age.</p>\n<p>We also collect information about how you use our services, like the articles you read and the programmes you watch.</p> Back to top 5.\nHow long will the BBC keep my personal information? <p>When you give us any personal information we'll let you know how long we'll hold it for.\nAnd always stick to these principles:</p>\n<ul>\n<li>we only hold your information for as long as we do the activities we told you about or have a valid reason to keep it</li>\n<li>we think about what type of information it is, the amount collected, how sensitive it might be and any legal requirements</li>\n<li>we design our services so that we don't hold your information any longer than we have to</li>\n<li>we may close your BBC account if you haven't used it in the last year.\nWe'll send you an email to tell you that we plan to do this before we delete anything, so please check to see if we've sent you any emails about this</li>\n</ul> Back to top 6.\nHow can the BBC use my personal information? <p>We have to have a valid reason to use your personal information.\nIt's called the \"lawful basis for processing\".\nSometimes we might ask your permission to do things, like when you subscribe to an email.\nOther times, when you'd reasonably expect us to use your personal information, we don't ask your permission, but only when:</p>\n<ul>\n<li>the law says it's fine to use it, and</li>\n<li>it fits with the rights you have</li>\n</ul>\n<p>We use your information for these types of things:</p>\n<p>\n<strong>a.\nto deliver our services and to provide you with information about them</strong>\n</p>\n<p>\n<strong>b.\nto deal with your requests, complaints and enquiries</strong>\n</p>\n<p>\n<strong>c.\nto check if you're using BBC iPlayer and to keep the licensing database accurate and up to date</strong>\n</p>\n<p>\n<strong>d.\nto personalise services and give you things more tailored to your tastes</strong>\n</p>\n<p>Personalisation is turned on in your account settings.</p>\n<p>If you don't want to receive personalised services you can turn this option off.</p>\n<p>Even if you have personalisation turned off, we still collect information about how you use the BBC, but it will be anonymous.\nFor example, we'd be able to see that someone looked at a particular story on BBC News but we wouldn't be able to tell that it was you.</p>\n<p>\n<strong>e.\nto show you relevant advertising on another company's site</strong>\n</p>\n<p>\n<strong>f.\nto help us understand what kind of services you might use</strong>\n</p>\n<p>And sometimes how you might share things with other people.</p>\n<p>\n<strong>g.\nto recommend things we think might interest you</strong>\n</p>\n<p>\n<strong>h.\nto show you advertising when you access a BBC service from outside the UK</strong>\n</p>\n<p>Some of this advertising might be tailored to you.</p>\n<p>\n<strong>i.\nto research and innovate</strong>\n</p>\n<p>You're not a guinea-pig here, but knowing how you use our services could lead to the next big technology breakthrough.</p>\n<p>\n<strong>j.\nto contact you about various things</strong>\n</p> Back to top 7.\nWhen will the BBC use my information to contact me? <p>We might use your information to contact you about different things, like:</p>\n<ul>\n<li>to update you on any changes to the BBC's policies, practices and Terms of Use</li>\n<li>to check with you about any service or activity you've signed up for.\nFor example we might tell you if your BBC account hasn't been used in a long time.\nOr it might be about creating a child account</li>\n<li>to contact you about a creation you sent us, like things you've sent in to School Report news day</li>\n<li>to answer you when you've contacted us, or to respond to a comment or complaint</li>\n<li>to invite you to take part in surveys about the BBC services, which are always voluntary</li>\n<li>for marketing purposes</li>\n<li>to send you notification on your device if you've selected them in your settings</li>\n</ul>\n<p>We'll only contact you when we need to or when you've given us permission.</p>\n<p>We'll never contact you to ask for your BBC account password.</p> Back to top 8.\nWill I be contacted for marketing purposes? <p>We'll only send you marketing emails or contact you about BBC programmes, services and your views on issues about the BBC if you've agreed to this.</p>\n<p>Keep in mind, even if you unsubscribe, we may still contact you.</p>\n<p>\n<strong>Will my personal information be used when the BBC advertises with other companies?</strong>\n</p>\n<p>If you have a BBC account we might use information that we hold about you to show you relevant and \"targeted advertising\" through other companies' sites, like Facebook, Google, Snapchat or Twitter for example.\nThis could be showing you a BBC advertising message where we know you have a BBC account and have used BBC services.</p>\n<p>If you don't want to see our targeted advertising, you can set ad preferences in your social media companies' settings.\nAlso, you can visit your BBC account and turn off personalisation, but it will also turn off all personalised services.</p> Back to top 9.\nWhen does the BBC share my personal information with others? <p>We'll never sell your personal information.\nWe do share it with others in these ways:</p>\n<p>\n<strong>a.\nWhen you make something public</strong>\n</p>\n<p>Like post a comment which the public can see.</p>\n<p>\n<strong>b.\nWhen we use other companies to power our services</strong>\n</p>\n<p>In order for us to give you quality experiences and to understand how you're using our services we often use other companies to process your personal information on our behalf.\nFor example, sending you emails about things we think might interest you, or to ask you what you think about our services.</p>\n<p>We make sure that your personal information is looked after as if we were handling it directly.\nWe carefully select these companies, only share with them what they need to do the work and we make sure they keep your information secure.</p>\n<p>\n<strong>c.\nWhen we share personal information with companies in the BBC family</strong>\n</p>\n<p>\n<strong>d.\nWhen you use another company's service that connects to us, like voice-enabled devices</strong>\n</p>\n<p>To access our services through a voice-enabled device, like Amazon Alexa, you need to connect your device to your BBC account.\nWe'll share an identifier for your BBC account with the voice service.\nIt's completely up to you if you want to use the BBC in this way.</p>\n<p>\n<strong>e.\nWhen we do collaborative research</strong>\n</p>\n<p>We do research activities and sometimes collaborate with research partners.\nEvery now and then we share our content and data with them.\nThis might include information we've collected about you.\nBut we're careful about what we share and what our research partners can do with it.</p>\n<p>\n<strong>f.\nTV Licensing</strong>\n</p>\n<p>We share some personal information with TV Licensing, to check if you're using BBC iPlayer and to keep the licensing database accurate and up to date.</p>\n<p>\n<strong>g.\nSometimes by law we have to pass on your information to other organisations</strong>\n</p>\n<p>We might also share your information if we have to by law, or when we need to protect you or other people from harm.</p> Back to top 10.\nWhat's different for kids and teens? <p>The BBC has services that are kid-friendly and for teens.<br>Here's what happens when you use them.</p>\n<p>\n<strong>a.\nWhy do we collect information about you in the first place?</strong>\n</p>\n<p>We keep information about you so that we can:</p>\n<ul>\n<li>get the right services for you</li>\n<li>plan and improve our services</li>\n<li>keep in touch with you</li>\n</ul>\n<p>\n<strong>b.\nWe'll always tell you why we're collecting your personal information</strong>\n</p>\n<p>We'll explain why and how we use it and for how long.\nIt's called a \"privacy notice\".\nAnd if we need your parent or guardian's permission we'll give you clear details about what's needed at the time.</p>\n<p>\n<strong>c.\nWe can only use your personal information if we have a valid reason</strong>\n</p>\n<p>\n<strong>d.\nWe share personal information about you to others but we follow some rules</strong>\n</p>\n<p>The main rule is we never sell your personal information to anyone.</p>\n<p>\n<strong>e.\nWe might ask you to tell us your age</strong>\n</p>\n<p>To make sure you use parts of the BBC that are suitable for you.\nFor example:</p>\n<ul>\n<li>so that adults don't post comments on kid's message boards</li>\n<li>when you want to get a BBC account</li>\n<li>when you're watching a programme, like on BBC iPlayer, and it's a bit edgy</li>\n</ul>\n<p>\n<strong>f.\nSometimes we'll ask to get your parent or guardian's consent</strong>\n</p>\n<p>You'll see a notification.\nWe might also ask for some details from them, so that we can contact them.\nOther times we may contact your parent or guardian:</p>\n<ul>\n<li>so you can get notifications from us</li>\n<li>so we can show you more things we think you'll like, based on what you do</li>\n<li>so you can post comments</li>\n<li>so you can upload your contributions to us</li>\n</ul>\n<p>\n<strong>g.\nSometimes we'll tell your parents about your activities</strong>\n</p>\n<p>For example, if you're under 13 and your parent has asked to see every creation you upload, we'll share it with them before it goes public.</p>\n<p>\n<strong>h.\nWhen we contact you</strong>\n</p>\n<p>Sometimes we'll need to get in touch with you but we'll always follow these rules.</p>\n<p>\n<strong>i.\nIt's safe to use us</strong>\n</p>\n<p>It's our job to keep your personal information safe and secure.\nThat's why we design our services with your safety in mind.\nAnd we're always looking for the best ways to improve this.</p>\n<p>There are also things that you can do to keep safe, like thinking about what information you share and how to keep your devices secure.</p>\n<p>\n<strong>j.\nHuman beings and not robots will make the big decisions that affect you</strong>\n</p>\n<p>\n<strong>k.\nYou might not be able to use our services if you're outside the UK</strong>\n</p>\n<p>If you're outside the UK you might not be able to access some services.\nLike CBBC and CBeebies.</p>\n<p>And you may not be able to get a BBC account.\nSorry about that.</p>\n<p>\n<strong>l.\nYou're in control of how we use cookies and tracking</strong>\n</p>\n<p>Cookies are bits of data that are stored on your device.\nSome things on our websites wouldn't be able to work without these cookies.\nSo they're always on when you visit us.</p>\n<p>We use cookies and tracking to make things easier for you, like remembering where you got to in a game or what emoji you selected.</p>\n<p>You can switch off some cookies and similar tracking technologies.\nOr your parent or guardian can do this if you're under 13.</p>\n<p>\n<strong>m.\nWhat we do when you post, upload or share a creation</strong>\n</p>\n<p>When you share your creation with us we'll try to tell you exactly what we're going to do with it.</p>\n<p>\n<strong>n.\nYou've got privacy rights, the same as adults, so get to know what they are</strong>\n</p>\n<p>You can:</p>\n<ul>\n<li>ask us what personal information we hold about you</li>\n<li>ask us to correct or delete your personal information</li>\n<li>tell us to stop using your personal information</li>\n</ul>\n<p>If you're 13 or older, you can do this yourself, but not always.</p>\n<p>Sometimes we'll be asking for your parent or guardian to do that.</p>\n<p>If you're under 13 your parent or guardian probably has to do it for you.</p> Back to top 11.\nCan I delete my information? <p>This depends on what information you're talking about.</p>\n<p>\n<strong>a.\nIf you're talking about BBC account</strong>\n</p>\n<p>You can delete your account.\nYour account information is immediately deleted.\nKeep in mind:</p>\n<ul>\n<li>we keep a record of how you've used our services, but this information can't be linked back to you</li>\n<li>we also keep anything you've uploaded or commented on</li>\n</ul>\n<p>\n<strong>b.\nWhat about other information I've shared with you?</strong>\n</p>\n<p>We might have collected other personal information that you might ask to be deleted that has nothing to do with BBC account.</p> Back to top 12.\nWhat are my rights? <p>Remember, you're in control of your personal information.</p>\n<p>You have the right to:</p>\n<ul>\n<li>request a copy of your information</li>\n<li>not let robots make big decisions about you</li>\n<li>to ask us to correct information that's wrong, to delete it or to request that we only use it for certain purposes</li>\n<li>to change your mind, and ask us to stop using your information.\nFor example, unsubscribing from any marketing emails or turning off personalisation</li>\n</ul>\n<p>Bear in mind, sometimes we might not be able to help.\nLike if the law tells us we can't or it forms part of our journalistic output.</p> Back to top 13.\nHow does the BBC use cookies and similar tracking? <p>\n<strong>a.\nWhat are cookies and tracking technologies?</strong>\n</p>\n<p>Cookies are bits of data which are stored in your computer or mobile when you visit a website or app.</p>\n<p>There are also similar pieces of tracking information we collect.</p>\n<p>\n<strong>b.\nWhy do we use cookies and other tracking?</strong>\n</p>\n<p>To do a few different things:</p>\n<ul>\n<li>to remember information about you, so you don't have to give it to us again.\nAnd again.\nAnd again</li>\n<li>to keep you signed in, even on different devices</li>\n<li>to help us understand how people are using our services, so we can make them better</li>\n<li>to deliver advertising to websites outside of the UK</li>\n<li>to help us personalise the BBC to you by remembering your preferences and settings.\nAnd your progress, so you can pause and pick up where you left off watching a programme, even on a different device</li>\n<li>to find out if our emails have been read and if you find them useful</li>\n</ul>\n<p>A few things on our websites wouldn't work without some cookies.\nTech people call these \"strictly necessary cookies\".\nThey're always on when you visit us.</p>\n<p>But we want to use others like functional, performance and advertising cookies to make your experience more enjoyable.\nWe'll only use them if you've agreed.\nYou can always change your mind.</p>\n<p>Bear in mind there are some other cookies out there from other companies.\nThese \"third-party cookies\" might track how you use different websites, including ours.\nFor example, you might get a social media company's cookie when you see the option to share something.\nYou can turn them off, but not through us.</p>\n<p>\n<strong>c.\nHow long do cookies last?</strong>\n</p>\n<p>Some are erased when you close the browser on your website or app.\nOthers stay longer, sometimes forever, and are saved onto your device so they're there when you come back.</p>\n<p>\n<strong>d.\nHow do I control my cookies and tracking?</strong>\n</p>\n<p>When you first visit us, we'll tell you about our cookies and ask you to agree if we can use them.\nYou can always change your mind by going to your settings.</p>\n<p>Stopping all cookies might mean you can't access some BBC services, or that some of them might not work properly for you.</p>\n<p>Another way to control some tracking is in the settings on your device.</p> Back to top 14.\nHow will I find out about changes to this policy? <p>We update this policy sometimes.\nIf we make important changes, like how we use your personal information, we'll let you know.\nIt might be a notice, an email, or a message in your app.</p>\n<p>If you don't agree to the changes, then you can always stop using our services, delete your account and stop giving us any more personal information.\nWe'd be sorry to see you go.</p> Back to top 15.\nHow can I contact the BBC? <p>Find out more and contact us about your rights.</p>\n<p>For any other questions or comments about this policy speak to our Data Protection Officer.\nIf you're in the UK:</p>\n<ul>\n<li>by email</li>\n</ul>\n<ul>\n<li>by post<br>BBC DPO, BC2 A4, 201 Wood Lane, London W12 7TP</li>\n</ul>\n<p>If you're outside the UK:</p>\n<ul>\n<li>by email</li>\n</ul>\n<ul>\n<li>by post<br>BBC DPO, 4A, 101 Wood Lane, London, W12 7FA</li>\n</ul>\n<p>We're regulated by the Information Commissioner's Office.\nYou can also contact them for advice and support.</p> Back to top " updated_at: - 2019-03-18 17:33:46.251071265 Z - 2019-03-18 17:33:49.428049716 Z
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--- text: - - " Hello <p>These are the BBC’s terms of use.\nThey tell you:</p>\n<ul>\n<li>The rules for using our services</li>\n<li>What you can do with our content (share it, link to it, that sort of thing)</li>\n<li>What we can do with things you post or upload.</li>\n</ul>\n<p>Your rights and responsibilities, basically – important stuff.</p>\n<p>We’ve kept them as short as possible, and we’ve made videos for the complicated bits.\nSo do read them, and check in for updates as the latest version always applies (we’ll usually only make updates when we release a new service, change how we provide a service, or have to comply with a new legal requirement).</p> Back to top When these terms apply <p>Read these terms before using our services.\nWhenever you use our services you agree to these terms.</p>\n<p>If you don’t stick to all these terms then we can suspend or terminate your use of services and your account.</p>\n<p>But first…</p> Back to top What’s this about \"services\" and \"content\"? <p>That’s media speak for:</p>\n<p>\n<strong>a.\nServices</strong>\n</p>\n<p>Anything digital offered by the BBC.\nSuch as:</p>\n<ul>\n<li>Websites (like&nbsp;bbc.co.uk,&nbsp;BBC News)</li>\n<li>BBC iPlayer</li>\n<li>Apps (like BBC Sport, BBC News)</li>\n<li>Podcasts</li>\n<li>Content available through feeds, like RSS</li>\n<li>Red Button</li>\n</ul>\n<p>\n<strong>b.\nContent</strong>\n</p>\n<p>Anything that’s available through those services.\nIncluding:</p>\n<ul>\n<li>TV and radio shows</li>\n<li>Text</li>\n<li>Audio</li>\n<li>Video</li>\n<li>Images</li>\n<li>Games</li>\n<li>Software</li>\n<li>Technical stuff such as metadata and open-source code</li>\n<li>Anything made by people using our services.\nUser-generated content, that’s called.</li>\n</ul> Back to top When other terms apply <p>\n<strong>a.\nWhen you use services provided by BBC Worldwide or someone else</strong>\n</p>\n<p>When you use someone else's services or products, like a virtual reality headset, they will have terms for using them.</p>\n<p>Some services are provided by BBC Worldwide.\nThese will have their own terms.</p>\n<p>\n<strong>b.\nWhen you use services where we tell you they apply</strong>\n</p>\n<p>Like when you enter a competition.&nbsp;If there are extra terms, we’ll always let you know.</p> Back to top Child-friendly services and tools <p>If you’re looking for something child-friendly, here are some good starting points:</p>\n<ul>\n<li>CBeebies</li>\n<li>CBeebies Playtime&nbsp;Island</li>\n<li>CBeebies iPlayer</li>\n<li>CBBC</li>\n<li>CBBC iPlayer</li>\n</ul>\n<p>Ultimately, it’s up to you to decide what’s suitable.\nBut here are some tools that may help:</p>\n<ul>\n<li>To stop children accessing&nbsp;Guidance-labelled content, use the&nbsp;BBC Parental Guidance Lock.</li>\n<li>To teach children about staying safe online, try&nbsp;CBBC Stay Safe.</li>\n<li>For advice on how to keep your children safe online visit&nbsp;Internet Matters.\nOn that site is how-to advice to&nbsp;activate parental controls&nbsp;for your devices, gaming consoles, broadband access and entertainment platforms around your home.</li>\n</ul> Back to top When you need a TV Licence <p>You need to be covered by a TV Licence to watch or record live TV programmes on any channel, or to watch or download BBC programmes on iPlayer when you’re in the UK, the Channel Islands or the Isle of Man.</p>\n<p>This could be on any device, including a TV, desktop computer, laptop, mobile phone, tablet, games console, digital box or DVD/VHS recorder.</p>\n<p>If you’re outside these areas you need to check if your country has its own TV licensing scheme.</p>\n<p>Find out more about&nbsp;when you need a TV Licence.</p> Back to top Terms for using our services and content <p>A few rules to stop you (and us) getting in trouble.</p>\n<p>These apply to our services and content.\nOne exception is content that’s made to be shared – “shareables” for short – which has some different, more relaxed rules.\nThe rules&nbsp;about shareables&nbsp;are here.</p>\n<p>\n<strong>a.\nDon’t mess with our services</strong>\n</p>\n<p>What do we mean by that? This sort of thing:</p>\n<ul>\n<li>Hacking them</li>\n<li>Trying to get around our content security technology (software that stops people copying our content)</li>\n<li>Accessing content from outside the UK that you aren’t allowed to, or helping others do the same.\nFor example: using a VPN service so you can watch BBC iPlayer when you're outside the UK</li>\n<li>Refusing to remove content, games or apps from your device when we ask you to.\nThis might happen when we take down services.\nWhich we can do at any time, without notice.</li>\n</ul>\n<p>\n<strong>b.\nDon’t harm or offend other people...</strong>\n</p>\n<p>...while using our services or content.\nThat means:</p>\n<ul>\n<li>Don’t damage our reputation by associating us with sexism or racism, for instance</li>\n<li>Don’t get us sued – by defaming (damaging the reputation of) someone, say, or commenting on an active lawsuit</li>\n<li>Don’t harass or upset people</li>\n<li>Don’t post or upload anything offensive or obscene</li>\n<li>If you disagree with someone, attack the argument, not the person.</li>\n</ul>\n<p>\n<strong>c.\nPlay it safe</strong>\n</p>\n<p>When you watch or play an app or game, be aware of your surroundings and use your device safely.</p>\n<p>Don’t use our 360° and virtual reality apps if you:</p>\n<ul>\n<li>Are pregnant</li>\n<li>Have consumed anything that may affect your balance</li>\n<li>Have (or have had) a medical condition, like binocular vision abnormalities, psychiatric disorders, seizures or a heart problem.</li>\n</ul>\n<p>Make sure you’re in a safe place, preferably seated.</p>\n<p>Stop immediately if you feel:</p>\n<ul>\n<li>Sick</li>\n<li>Eye strain</li>\n<li>Dizziness</li>\n<li>Any discomfort.</li>\n</ul>\n<p>Don’t take part in any activities where you need to focus straight after, or if you feel slightly dazed or confused.</p>\n<p>\n<strong>d.\nDon’t pretend to be the BBC</strong>\n</p>\n<p>Except at fancy dress parties.\nThat includes:</p>\n<ul>\n<li>Recreating a service or copying the look of a service</li>\n<li>Using our brands, trade marks or logos without our permission</li>\n<li>Using or mentioning our content in press releases and other marketing bumph</li>\n<li>Making money from our content or services.\nYou can’t charge people to watch our shows, for example</li>\n<li>Sharing our content.\nApart from&nbsp;shareables.</li>\n</ul> Back to top Using BBC content <p>\n<strong>a.\nWhen you need permission</strong>\n</p>\n<p>To use any of the following things…</p>\n<ul>\n<li>Whole shows</li>\n<li>Clips</li>\n<li>Photos</li>\n<li>Content from bbc.co.uk</li>\n<li>Our logo and other branding</li>\n<li>Anything else that’s protected by copyright.</li>\n</ul>\n<p>…you’ll need to get permission.</p>\n<p>We don’t always own the copyright.</p>\n<p>Our content often includes other people’s content, you see.\nFor instance, a TV show might feature images, video and music that belong to artists, actors and musicians.</p>\n<p>Or we only have a licence to broadcast a show, and it’s the production company who owns it.</p>\n<p>So you’ll have to ask them if you can use it.\nExcept under certain circumstances…</p>\n<p>\n<strong>b.\nWhen you already have permission&nbsp;</strong>\n</p>\n<ul>\n<li>If you’re at a school, college or university that’s got an Educational Recording Agency licence.</li>\n<li>Read about the&nbsp;Educational Recording Agency licence here.</li>\n<li>Read about other&nbsp;copyright exceptions here.</li>\n<li>For shareables.\nThe&nbsp;rules about shareables are here.</li>\n<li>For&nbsp;open-source code&nbsp;and&nbsp;open data.</li>\n<li>To&nbsp;download podcasts&nbsp;for personal use using our download button.\nYou can download podcasts for personal use.\nYou can also transfer podcasts between your devices.\nBut don’t upload a podcast back to the internet from your device.\nUse the sharing buttons instead to tell your friends about it.</li>\n<li>To download&nbsp;BBC iPlayer programmes&nbsp;using our download button.</li>\n</ul>\n<p>\n<strong>c.\nHow to get permission</strong>\n</p>\n<p>For logos and branding, read this.</p>\n<p>For metadata and feeds, read this.</p>\n<p>For business use, read this.&nbsp;Bear in mind: you normally need to ask permission and there may be a fee to pay.</p>\n<p>For everything else, read this.&nbsp;</p> Back to top Shareables - what they are <p>Content that’s shareable will have one or more of these buttons next to it:</p>\n<ul>\n<li>Share</li>\n<li>Embed</li>\n<li>Social media buttons for posting to Facebook, Twitter and so on.</li>\n</ul>\n<p>We don’t always own the copyright for shareables.\nSometimes we have to get a licence or permission from the people who made it.</p>\n<p>So stick to these rules.\nOtherwise, among other things, the people who made it won’t want to make content for us again.</p>\n<p>You’ll need to get our permission first for any business use, and you might have to pay a fee.\nFor&nbsp;business use read this.</p>\n<p>When you share to a social media platform their terms will apply.\nDo read their terms (which you can search for online).</p> Back to top Shareables - what you can do <p>\n<strong>a.\nUse sharing buttons</strong>\n</p>\n<p>To share a link to our content on your website or social media.</p>\n<p>\n<strong>b.\nUse our player</strong>\n</p>\n<p>It’s fine to use our embed button to put our player on your website or social media account.</p>\n<p>But don’t change how the player works, and don’t take content out of it.\nDon’t embed any content that doesn’t have an embed button.\n&nbsp;</p>\n<p>Different rules apply for using iPlayer.\nRead about them&nbsp;here.\n&nbsp;</p>\n<p>\n<strong>c.\nPost comments and views...</strong>\n</p>\n<p>… about our shareables.\nThat’s fine.\nEncouraged, even.\nJust as long as they’re not evil.</p> Back to top Shareables - what you can't do <p>\n<strong>a.\nDon’t use them to harm or offend.\nAnd don't put shareables with harmful or offensive stuff.</strong>\n</p>\n<p>Here’s a list of things that may harm or offend:</p>\n<ul>\n<li>Insulting, misleading, discriminating or defaming (damaging people’s reputations)</li>\n<li>Promoting pornography, tobacco or weapons</li>\n<li>Putting children at risk</li>\n<li>Anything illegal.\nLike using hate speech, inciting terrorism or breaking privacy law</li>\n<li>Anything that would harm the BBC’s reputation.</li>\n</ul>\n<p>\n<strong>b.\nDon’t make it look like they cost money</strong>\n</p>\n<p>You can't charge others for using our shareables.\nIf you put them on a site that charges for content, you have to say they’re free-to-view.</p>\n<p>\n<strong>c.\nDon’t make them more prominent than non-BBC content</strong>\n</p>\n<p>Otherwise it might look like we’re endorsing you.\nWhich we’re not allowed to do.</p>\n<p>Also, use shareables alongside other stuff.\nYou can’t make a service of your own that contains only our shareables.</p>\n<p>Speaking of which…</p>\n<p>\n<strong>d.\nDon’t exaggerate your relationship with the BBC</strong>\n</p>\n<p>You can’t say we endorse, promote, supply or approve of you.</p>\n<p>Don’t use shareables for political purposes.</p>\n<p>And you can’t say you have exclusive access to our content.</p>\n<p>\n<strong>e.\nDon’t associate them with advertising or sponsorship</strong>\n</p>\n<p>That means you can’t:</p>\n<ul>\n<li>Put any other content between the link to the shareable and the shareable itself.\nSo no ads or short videos people have to sit through</li>\n<li>Put ads next to or over them</li>\n<li>Put any ads in a web page or app that contain mostly shareables</li>\n<li>Put ads related to their subject alongside shareables.\nSo no trainer ads with a shareable about shoes</li>\n<li>Add extra content that means you’d earn money from them.</li>\n</ul>\n<p>\n<strong>f.\nDon’t be misleading about where they came from</strong>\n</p>\n<p>You can’t remove or alter the copyright notice, or imply that someone else made them.</p> Back to top Shareables - what you have to do <ul>\n<li>Use the latest version and, where we have it, don’t remove any tagging or tracking.</li>\n<li>Make sure it’s displayed accurately.</li>\n<li>Add a credit (if it doesn’t already have one).</li>\n</ul>\n<p>Most come with credits included.\nIf not, put one of these in a prominent place nearby to show where you got the shareable from:</p>\n<ul>\n<li>Source –&nbsp;BBC News</li>\n<li>bbc.com/news</li>\n<li>BBC Sport</li>\n<li>bbc.co.uk&nbsp;– © copyright [the year goes here] BBC</li>\n</ul>\n<p>If possible, add a hyperlink to the shareable’s original location.\nMake sure it works, and don’t put anything between the credit and the link.</p> Back to top Shareables - a thing we have to say <p>Apart from&nbsp;what we’re responsible for when there’s a mishap, we’re not liable for anything that happens to you if you use a shareable.</p> Back to top Open-source software <p>Some open-source software is available as downloads.</p>\n<p>Find out more on our&nbsp;open-source here.</p>\n<p>When you access it, we’ll always let you know what terms apply.</p> Back to top Metadata and feeds <p>\n<strong>a.\nFor people</strong>\n</p>\n<p>You’re not allowed to pluck metadata from our content or feeds.</p>\n<p>You can add the BBC News feed to your website or social media account.\nProvided:</p>\n<ul>\n<li>You don't change the feed or remove any of our branding or logos</li>\n<li>You credit us by saying it's from&nbsp;BBC News,&nbsp;bbc.co.uk/news&nbsp;or&nbsp;bbc.com/news&nbsp;putting the text and hyperlink in a prominent place nearby</li>\n<li>You don't add our branding, logos and so on, except for any branding that's already embedded in the feed.</li>\n</ul>\n<p>Read about how to set up a BBC News feed here.</p>\n<p>\n<strong>b.\nFor business</strong>\n</p>\n<p>You’ll need a licence to use our metadata (such as images, text, media and the links to them).&nbsp;Apply for a metadata licence.&nbsp;</p>\n<p>For&nbsp;business use of our feeds&nbsp;you'll need to get our permission, and there may be a fee to pay.</p> Back to top Creations - what they are <p>This part is about when you create your own content by:</p>\n<ul>\n<li>Uploading something of yours to one of our services – like uploading to comment boards and forums</li>\n<li>Uploading your clip or photo of a breaking story to BBC News</li>\n<li>Using a service (like the Doctor Who Game Maker) to make something and then uploading it to the BBC.</li>\n</ul>\n<p>We call these somethings “creations”.</p>\n<p>Things you enter into competitions (like drawings) don’t count as creations for these terms.\nCompetitions have their own terms.</p> Back to top Creations - the terms <p>\n<strong>a.\nThere might be tinkering</strong>\n</p>\n<p>Some services have tools that let other people use, reproduce, modify or edit your creation, or make things inspired by it.</p>\n<p>\n<strong>b.\nWe won't pay you for it</strong>\n</p>\n<p>We appreciate you sharing your creation with us but sadly we can’t pay you.</p>\n<p>\n<strong>c.\nThere might be other terms</strong>\n</p>\n<p>Sometimes uploading a creation to our services means using a tool provided by someone other than the BBC.\nFor example you can use WhatsApp to share your stories and eyewitness accounts with BBC News.</p>\n<p>Sometimes the provider’s terms and conditions apply to using their tool.\nDo read their terms (which you can search for online) as they tell you what the provider can do with your creation when you use their tool.</p>\n<p>\n<strong>d.\nPersonal Information</strong>\n</p>\n<p>We (or the provider we use so you can upload your creation) will not share the personal information you provide to us without letting you know first.\nRead more on how we use your personal data&nbsp;in our privacy policy.</p>\n<p>\n<strong>e.\nWe hope to use your creation</strong>\n</p>\n<p>But we can't guarantee it.</p>\n<p>\n<strong>f.\nYour name</strong>\n</p>\n<p>We usually show your name alongside your creation.\nWe’ll try to remove it if you ask us to, but this isn’t always possible.</p>\n<p>\n<strong>g.\nMoral rights</strong>\n</p>\n<p>When you upload a creation, you give up your moral rights to it.\nThat means we can:</p>\n<ul>\n<li>Use your creation without identifying you as the creator</li>\n<li>Edit or change your creation and you won’t be able to say we’ve treated it in a “derogatory” way.</li>\n</ul>\n<p>Read more about moral rights here.&nbsp;And here’s a shorter explanation of moral rights.</p>\n<p>\n<strong>h.\nWe might contact you</strong>\n</p>\n<p>To check if you’ve got permission to use any music, images, clips or text in your creation.\nOr just for administrative purposes.</p>\n<p>Read more about how and when we might contact you in our privacy and cookies policy.</p> Back to top Creations - what you can do with them <p>\n<strong>a.\nWhen you own the copyright</strong>\n</p>\n<p>You own the copyright if your creation is completely new and original.\nWhich usually means it doesn’t feature anyone else’s content, such as videos and music.</p>\n<p>If so, you can do whatever you like with it.</p>\n<p>Read more about your copyright here.</p>\n<p>Read more about copyright in general here.</p>\n<p>You can share your creations with some of our services, like message boards, forums, pin boards, and in the comments at the bottom of some news stories.</p>\n<p>\n<strong>b.\nWhen you don't own the copyright</strong>\n</p>\n<p>If your creation contains content – like images, sounds, music or video – made by someone else, the copyright for that content may belong to them.</p>\n<p>Which usually means you’ll have to get their permission to do anything with your creation.\nThat includes posting, submitting or uploading it to the BBC.</p>\n<p>Read more about your copyright here.</p>\n<p>Read more about copyright in general here.</p>\n<p>Once you’ve got permission, you can share your creation with the public.\nOn your website, for instance, or on social media.</p> Back to top Creations - what BBC can do with them <p>When you share your creation with us, we try to tell you exactly what we’re going to do with it.\nBut that’s not always possible, so here’s what might happen…</p>\n<p>When you post, upload or contribute a creation, we can:</p>\n<p>\n<strong>a.\nUse, host or store it in BBC services and content</strong>\n</p>\n<p>So you might see your creation on TV, on BBC Online, social media or on other sites who have our permission to feature some of our content.</p>\n<p>\n<strong>b.\nCopy, change or translate it, or make things inspired by it</strong>\n</p>\n<p>We will only edit your news related content where necessary.&nbsp;Read about how we use your news related comments and creations here.</p>\n<p>\n<strong>c.\nUse it with our tools for making creations or remixing content</strong>\n</p>\n<p>Some of our services - like the Doctor Who Game Maker - feature tools for playing around with our content, writing your own code, and making things like games and visualisations.</p>\n<p>These might:</p>\n<ul>\n<li>Put your creations on display to inspire other people,</li>\n<li>Invite others to use your creation to make their own creation.&nbsp;</li>\n</ul>\n<p>\n<strong>d.\nShare it to do research</strong>\n</p>\n<p>We do research activities and sometimes collaborate with research partners.\nEvery now and then we share our content and data with them.\nBut we're careful about what we share and what our research partners can do with it.</p>\n<p>\n<strong>e.\nModerate it</strong>\n</p>\n<p>Which means we can review, edit, remove or decide not to display it.\nAnd, if it breaks any laws, we can refer it to the police and other authorities.</p>\n<p>\n<strong>f.\nAnd we can use it</strong>\n</p>\n<ul>\n<li>Anywhere in the world</li>\n<li>In any medium (for example TV, the internet, radio and apps)</li>\n<li>For as long as we want – even if you stop using our services.</li>\n</ul>\n<p>And anyone we work with can do those things too.</p>\n<p>For example, if you send an image to BBC News, we could share a news item featuring that image with a foreign broadcaster, who’d then be able to do all the things above.</p>\n<p>They could also charge their users to see it.</p> Back to top Creations - what you can't send us <p>Don’t send us anything that:</p>\n<p>a.\nWas made by someone else, or that copies someone else's creation</p>\n<p>b.\nIsn't in English (unless we've asked you to comment in another language)</p>\n<p>c.\nIs illegal or defamatory (damaging to someone else’s reputation)</p>\n<p>d.\nIs inappropriate (offensive, off-topic or disruptive)</p>\n<p>e.\nContains personal details</p>\n<p>f.\nContains spam (unless you're commenting on a story about reconstituted meat)</p>\n<p>g.\nBreaks our election or referendum rules.&nbsp;</p>\n<p>h.\nPuts children at risk</p>\n<p>i.\nInfringes anyone’s rights (that includes privacy rights)</p>\n<p>j.\nYou’ve made as part of your job or for your business</p>\n<p>k.\nPromotes a business</p>\n<p>l.\nIdentifies someone (unless you have their consent or, if they’re under 16, the consent of their parent or guardian)</p>\n<p>m.\nIs in contempt of court</p>\n<p>n.\nContains links to content that can't be seen easily, may be unsafe (viruses, worms, spyware and Trojans) or automatically launches lots of windows.</p>\n<p>k.\nDoesn’t comply with these terms</p> Back to top Your BBC Account <p>\n<strong>a.\nRegistering for an account</strong>\n</p>\n<p>You need an account to use some of our services, like BBC iPlayer, personal recommendations and notifications.</p>\n<p>\n<strong>b.\nGet your BBC account&nbsp;here.&nbsp;</strong>\n</p>\n<p>To keep your account safe, don’t:</p>\n<ul>\n<li>Tell anyone your username or password</li>\n<li>Give us false information</li>\n<li>Try to log in as someone else</li>\n<li>Try to bypass our security measures</li>\n<li>Create more than one account</li>\n<li>Create an account for someone else, except for your child.</li>\n</ul>\n<p>And be sure to keep your details up-to-date.</p>\n<p>\n<strong>c.\nWhat we do with your information</strong>\n</p>\n<p>The data you send us when you register, fill in web forms or use our services helps us to:</p>\n<ul>\n<li>Provide you with services, recommendations, notifications and other features</li>\n<li>Improve our existing services and come up with new ones.</li>\n</ul>\n<p>Read more on how we use your personal data in our privacy and cookies policy.</p>\n<p>\n<strong>d.\nChanging settings and deleting your account</strong>\n</p>\n<p>Find out how to tinker with or delete your account here.</p>\n<p>\n<strong>e.\nChanging settings on your device</strong>\n</p>\n<p>This can stop some of our services from working properly.</p>\n<p>Find out more about changing your settings here.</p> Back to top Mishaps <p>We take great care to make our content and services the best they can be.\nSo if something does go wrong, we are responsible only:</p>\n<p>a.\nIf our services or content damage your device or anything on it.\nShould this happen, you might be able to ask for compensation under consumer protection law.</p>\n<p>Compensation isn’t guaranteed, though.\nBe sure to get legal advice.</p>\n<p>b.\nFor certain unlikely events.\nIf our negligence causes death or injury, for example.</p>\n<p>c.\nIf you’re an individual “consumer” and it would be unfair for us to not be held responsible.</p>\n<p>Otherwise, we’re not liable for anything that happens if:</p>\n<ul>\n<li>You rely on advice, data, commentary, opinions or any other content</li>\n<li>There are errors, omissions, interruptions, delays, bugs or viruses</li>\n<li>We turn off or remove content, services, external links or creations (we’d normally only do this when we moderate, for legal reasons, or if we’re improving a service)</li>\n<li>The thing that happens couldn’t reasonably have been foreseen</li>\n<li>The thing that happens wouldn’t usually result from the mishap</li>\n<li>You and we hadn’t agreed that this thing would probably happen in the event of a mishap.</li>\n</ul>\n<p>This applies to sites we link to as well as our content and services.</p>\n<p>Speaking of which…</p> Back to top External links <p>We sometimes link to non-BBC sites.\nAnd we sometimes put our services on them – when you connect with us on social media, for example.</p>\n<p>A few things to bear in mind:</p>\n<p>a.\nWe don’t endorse the sites we link to.</p>\n<p>b.\nWe’re not responsible for their content or liable for anything that happens to you if you use them.</p>\n<p>c.\nIf you or anyone else shares something containing a link, we’re not responsible for anything on the site it links to.</p>\n<p>d.\nExternal sites usually have their own terms of use.</p> Back to top BBC iPlayer <p>\n<strong>a.\nThe rules for personal use</strong>\n</p>\n<ul>\n<li>iPlayer programmes are only available for a certain period of time, after which they’re automatically deleted.\nDon’t try to use technical trickery to get around this.&nbsp;Read more about iPlayer’s use-by dates here.</li>\n<li>Don’t stream or download iPlayer TV shows when you’re outside the UK.\nRadio shows are usually fine, though.&nbsp;Read more about using iPlayer outside the UK here.</li>\n<li>Don’t use iPlayer to make money.\nThat means no ads or sponsorship, and no charging people to watch it.</li>\n<li>You need a TV Licence to download or watch BBC programmes on iPlayer.\nFind out more at&nbsp;www.tvlicensing.co.uk.</li>\n</ul>\n<p>\n<strong>b.\nThe rules for business</strong>\n</p>\n<p>You can offer access to iPlayer on your premises for watching or downloading BBC programmes.\nBut:</p>\n<ul>\n<li>You’ll need a TV Licence.\nFor more on that, visit&nbsp;tvlicensing.co.uk.</li>\n<li>Using iPlayer to play a whole show or a clip to an audience is a different story.&nbsp;Find out more about playing iPlayer to an audience here.</li>\n<li>You’re not allowed to charge people to use iPlayer.</li>\n</ul> Back to top Final stuff <p>A quick recap, a few extra legal bits and we’re done:</p>\n<p>a.\nIf you use a service on behalf of a business, that business agrees to these terms.\nSo your business has to stick to these terms if you use a service...</p>\n<ul>\n<li>substantially to do your job&nbsp;–&nbsp;as an employee, contractor or consultant</li>\n<li>for commercial purposes&nbsp;– to make a profit or</li>\n<li>for educational, non-profit, charitable or government uses.</li>\n</ul>\n<p>b.\nAs we said earlier, read these terms before using our services.\nWhen you use our services and content, you’re agreeing to:</p>\n<ul>\n<li>These terms of use</li>\n<li>Any other terms we’ve let you know about.</li>\n</ul>\n<p>And those things replace all previous agreements between you and us about using our services or content.</p>\n<p>c.\nThis is a contract between you and us.\nNo one else has any rights to enforce its terms.</p>\n<p>d.\nEnglish law governs these terms, and only English courts can make judgments about them.</p>\n<p>e.\nOur services and content are made available to you by the British Broadcasting Corporation, Broadcasting House, Portland Place, London, W1A 1AA.</p>\n<p>© BBC 2018</p> Back to top " updated_at: - 2019-03-18 17:30:40.532142020 Z - 2019-03-18 17:30:46.987407071 Z
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EdwardWall: 18/03/19 - 17:05
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ps: 18/03/19 - 16:02
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ps: 18/03/19 - 16:01
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ps: 18/03/19 - 16:00
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EdwardWall: 18/03/19 - 15:05
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--- id: - - 6121 user_id: - - 2069 title: - - The service can sell or otherwise transfer your personal data as part of a bankruptcy proceeding or other type of financial transaction. source: - - https://discordapp.com/privacy status: - - pending analysis: - - Generated through the annotate view created_at: - - &1 2019-03-18 15:05:41.597744916 Z updated_at: - - *1 service_id: - - 536 quoteText: - - In the event of a corporate sale, merger, reorganization, bankruptcy, dissolution or similar event, your information may be part of the transferred assets.</p> case_id: - - 243 quoteStart: - - 8822 quoteEnd: - - 8981 document_id: - - 985
EdwardWall: 18/03/19 - 14:50
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--- id: - - 6120 user_id: - - 2069 title: - - This service employs third-party cookies, but with opt-out instructions source: - - https://discordapp.com/privacy status: - - pending analysis: - - Generated through the annotate view created_at: - - &1 2019-03-18 14:50:11.318137374 Z updated_at: - - *1 service_id: - - 536 quoteText: - - |- However, you can disable cookies by changing your browser settings. Further information about the procedure to follow in order to disable cookies can be found on your Internet browser provider's website via your help screen. case_id: - - 127 quoteStart: - - 3627 quoteEnd: - - 3851 document_id: - - 985
EdwardWall: 18/03/19 - 14:49
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EdwardWall: 18/03/19 - 14:23
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--- id: - - 6118 user_id: - - 2069 title: - - There is a date of the last update of the terms source: - - https://discordapp.com/privacy status: - - pending analysis: - - Generated through the annotate view created_at: - - &1 2019-03-18 14:23:51.340653374 Z updated_at: - - *1 service_id: - - 536 quoteText: - - |- Last modified: JUNE 14, 2018.</li> <li> <p>Effective: MAY 25, 2018.</p> case_id: - - 331 quoteStart: - - 31 quoteEnd: - - 102 document_id: - - 985
EdwardWall: 18/03/19 - 14:22
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--- id: - - 6117 user_id: - - 2069 title: - - " Terms may be changed any time at their discretion, without notice to the user " source: - - https://discordapp.com/privacy status: - - pending analysis: - - Generated through the annotate view created_at: - - &1 2019-03-18 14:22:55.127113906 Z updated_at: - - *1 service_id: - - 536 quoteText: - - We reserve the right to update or modify this Privacy Policy at any time and from time to time without prior notice. case_id: - - 121 quoteStart: - - 17638 quoteEnd: - - 17754 document_id: - - 985
EdwardWall: 18/03/19 - 14:21
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--- id: - - 6116 user_id: - - 2069 title: - - This service ignores the Do Not Track (DNT) header and tracks users anyway even if they set this header. source: - - https://discordapp.com/privacy status: - - pending analysis: - - Generated through the annotate view created_at: - - &1 2019-03-18 14:21:14.087743176 Z updated_at: - - *1 service_id: - - 536 quoteText: - - Our Services currently do not respond to “Do Not Track” (DNT) signals and operate as described in this Privacy Policy whether or not a DNT signal is received case_id: - - 233 quoteStart: - - 4621 quoteEnd: - - 4778 document_id: - - 985
EdwardWall: 18/03/19 - 14:16
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--- id: - - 6115 user_id: - - 2069 title: - - The service may use tracking pixels, web beacons, browser fingerprinting, and/or device fingerprinting on users. source: - - https://discordapp.com/privacy status: - - pending analysis: - - Generated through the annotate view created_at: - - &1 2019-03-18 14:16:52.422843471 Z updated_at: - - *1 service_id: - - 536 quoteText: - - In addition, we use technologies such as web beacons and single-pixel gifs to record log data such as open rates for emails sent by the system.</p> case_id: - - 323 quoteStart: - - 3290 quoteEnd: - - 3437 document_id: - - 985
rahcor: 17/03/19 - 16:05
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--- id: - - 6114 user_id: - - 2065 title: - - IP addresses of website visitors are not tracked source: - - https://posteo.de/en/site/privacy_policy status: - - pending analysis: - - Generated through the annotate view created_at: - - &1 2019-03-17 16:05:36.431535887 Z updated_at: - - *1 service_id: - - 602 quoteText: - - 'We neither collect or save inventory data (like names or address) or traffic data (like IP addresses) from you ' case_id: - - 192 quoteStart: - - 19745 quoteEnd: - - 19856 document_id: - - 393
rahcor: 17/03/19 - 15:45
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rahcor: 17/03/19 - 15:42
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--- id: - - 6112 user_id: - - 2065 title: - - This service allows you to retrieve an archive of your data source: - - https://posteo.de/en/site/privacy_policy status: - - pending analysis: - - Generated through the annotate view created_at: - - &1 2019-03-17 15:42:23.407488321 Z updated_at: - - *1 service_id: - - 602 quoteText: - - You can export and save all of your data stored at Posteo (emails, contacts, calendars, notes) locally at any time with the help of open standards and freely available programs. case_id: - - 140 quoteStart: - - 13484 quoteEnd: - - 13661 document_id: - - 393
rahcor: 17/03/19 - 15:36
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--- id: - - 6111 user_id: - - 2065 title: - - The service does not share user information with third parties source: - - https://posteo.de/en/site/privacy_policy status: - - pending analysis: - - Generated through the annotate view created_at: - - &1 2019-03-17 15:36:52.302837634 Z updated_at: - - *1 service_id: - - 602 quoteText: - - At no point in time do we voluntarily give personal data to third party companies or service contractors. case_id: - - 311 quoteStart: - - 15842 quoteEnd: - - 15947 document_id: - - 393
rahcor: 17/03/19 - 15:29
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rahcor: 17/03/19 - 15:20
created
--- id: - - 6109 user_id: - - 2065 title: - - This service does not track you source: - - https://posteo.de/en/site/privacy_policy status: - - pending analysis: - - Generated through the annotate view created_at: - - &1 2019-03-17 15:20:20.933397617 Z updated_at: - - *1 service_id: - - 602 quoteText: - - "<p>Posteo is free of tracking tools" case_id: - - 218 quoteStart: - - 10054 quoteEnd: - - 10089 document_id: - - 393
rahcor: 17/03/19 - 13:34
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rahcor: 17/03/19 - 13:20
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rahcor: 17/03/19 - 12:58
updated
--- status: - pending - declined point_change: - - The same case was found in another part of the term, which is better reported. updated_at: - 2019-03-16 22:21:40.448379000 Z - 2019-03-17 12:58:24.167782647 Z
rahcor: 17/03/19 - 12:54
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--- id: - - 6106 user_id: - - 2065 title: - - User suspension from the service will be fair and proportionate. source: - - https://posteo.de/en/site/terms status: - - pending analysis: - - Generated through the annotate view created_at: - - &1 2019-03-17 12:54:20.393167318 Z updated_at: - - *1 service_id: - - 602 quoteText: - - If the customer uses Posteo against the conditions set out in 6.1 and 5.3, the account can be blocked by Posteo without notice. case_id: - - 204 quoteStart: - - 5724 quoteEnd: - - 5851 document_id: - - 395
rahcor: 17/03/19 - 12:49
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--- id: - - 6105 user_id: - - 2065 title: - - Users agree to comply with the law of the service's country source: - - https://posteo.de/en/site/terms status: - - pending analysis: - - Generated through the annotate view created_at: - - &1 2019-03-17 12:49:44.714181624 Z updated_at: - - *1 service_id: - - 602 quoteText: - - not to break German laws</li> case_id: - - 237 quoteStart: - - 5262 quoteEnd: - - 5291 document_id: - - 395
rahcor: 17/03/19 - 12:47
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rahcor: 17/03/19 - 12:46
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--- id: - - 6103 user_id: - - 2065 title: - - The court of law governing the terms is in location X source: - - https://posteo.de/en/site/terms status: - - pending analysis: - - Generated through the annotate view created_at: - - &1 2019-03-17 12:46:58.213544102 Z updated_at: - - *1 service_id: - - 602 quoteText: - - The complete legal relationship between Posteo and its customers is exclusively governed by the law of the Federal Republic of Germany. case_id: - - 163 quoteStart: - - 7549 quoteEnd: - - 7684 document_id: - - 395
rahcor: 17/03/19 - 12:12
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--- id: - - 6102 user_id: - - 2065 title: - - The service provider makes no warranty regarding uninterrupted, timely, secure or error-free service source: - - https://posteo.de/en/site/terms status: - - pending analysis: - - Generated through the annotate view created_at: - - &1 2019-03-17 12:12:48.567544648 Z updated_at: - - *1 service_id: - - 602 quoteText: - - Posteo does not guarantee that all services listed under item 3 will always be available and error-free. case_id: - - 287 quoteStart: - - 6481 quoteEnd: - - 6585 document_id: - - 395
rahcor: 16/03/19 - 22:23
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--- id: - - 6101 user_id: - - 2065 title: - - Users are entitled to a refund if certain thresholds or standards are not met by the service source: - - https://posteo.de/en/site/terms status: - - pending analysis: - - Generated through the annotate view created_at: - - &1 2019-03-16 22:23:32.883339770 Z updated_at: - - *1 service_id: - - 602 quoteText: - - If the contract is ended prematurely (by either party) any remaining credit can be refunded. case_id: - - 161 quoteStart: - - 3521 quoteEnd: - - 3613 document_id: - - 395
rahcor: 16/03/19 - 22:21
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--- id: - - 6100 user_id: - - 2065 title: - - The service provider makes no warranty regarding uninterrupted, timely, secure or error-free service source: - - https://posteo.de/en/site/terms status: - - pending analysis: - - Generated through the annotate view created_at: - - &1 2019-03-16 22:21:40.448379635 Z updated_at: - - *1 service_id: - - 602 quoteText: - - Posteo can make no guarantees about the continual availability of all services. case_id: - - 287 quoteStart: - - 3043 quoteEnd: - - 3122 document_id: - - 395
rahcor: 16/03/19 - 22:20
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--- id: - - 6099 user_id: - - 2065 title: - - This service will warn users about website maintenance source: - - https://posteo.de/en/site/terms status: - - pending analysis: - - Generated through the annotate view created_at: - - &1 2019-03-16 22:20:18.258452917 Z updated_at: - - *1 service_id: - - 602 quoteText: - - Outages due to possible maintenance work will be advised of in advance case_id: - - 159 quoteStart: - - 3123 quoteEnd: - - 3193 document_id: - - 395
rahcor: 16/03/19 - 21:50
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--- id: - - 6098 user_id: - - 2065 title: - - The service may change its terms at any time, but the user will receive notification of the changes. source: - - https://posteo.de/en/site/terms status: - - pending analysis: - - Generated through the annotate view created_at: - - &1 2019-03-16 21:50:45.693896811 Z updated_at: - - *1 service_id: - - 602 quoteText: - - Customers will be informed of any changes. case_id: - - 122 quoteStart: - - 971 quoteEnd: - - 1013 document_id: - - 395
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