Tosala's Terms & Privacy policy

The website Tosala.org is operated and managed by UPcetera sprls, a company be incorporated under the laws of Belgium, represented by Laetitia Massa.

ACCESS TO THE SERVICES

Access to the tosala.org website (hereinafter « Tosala ») is only permitted subject to acceptance of these general terms and conditions, which Tosala shall, however, be free to modify at any time. Any notification may be sent to the user by e-mail. Additional rules and lines of conduct shall be deemed to form an integral part of these general terms and conditions. The user is therefore advised regularly to refer to the latest version of these terms and conditions, which are available at all times on Tosala Legal page.

In the framework of the use made of the website, the user shall expressly refrain from:

WEBSITE CONTENT

Tosala represents and warrants that the elements, services and functions placed at the user’s disposal comply substantially with the generally accepted standards if they are used in accordance with the instructions provided, and that the programs and all elements created by Tosala and made available to the user, respect third parties’ rights and in general are not unlawful.

Tosala represents and warrants that it will use all reasonable endeavour to accomplish a desired result, on a best effort basis (« obligation de moyen »).

Tosala shall under no circumstances be liable for any direct and/or indirect loss or damage sustained by the user in the context of use of the website and/or the content thereof placed at his/her disposal. Likewise, Tosala shall only be liable for fraudulent misrepresentation or gross negligence directly and undoubtedly attributable to it.

The user shall also hold Tosala harmless in the event of any claim, in one or other of the following cases:

USER’S RIGHTS

The user shall own all user content that user contributes to the site, but hereby grants and agrees to grant Tosala a nonexclusive, worldwide, royalty-free, transferable right and license (with the right to sublicense), to use, copy, cache, publish, display, distribute, modify, create derivative works and store such user content and to allow others to do so, in order to provide and/or promote the services.

WARRANTY DISCLAIMER

Tosala reserves the right, at any time and on any grounds whatsoever, to alter or temporarily or permanently discontinue all or part of the access to the website, without having any prior notice obligation towards the user. This will be the case, for example, in the event of website maintenance or a major change in the services and/or the offered functionalities. Tosala shall not be liable for any direct or indirect loss or damage associated with an alteration or suspension of or interruption in access to the website, for any reason whatsoever.

INTELLECTUAL PROPERTY

The information, logos, drawings, brand names, models, slogans, graphic charts, etc. accessible through the website may be protected by intellectual and/or industrial property rights. Except where expressly authorized to this end by Tosala and/or the third party concerned, the user shall not be allowed to modify, reproduce, rent out, borrow, sell, distribute or create derived works based entirely or partially on the elements contained on the website. He/she is therefore not allowed (and may not authorize other people) to copy, modify or create a derived work, reverse the design or assembly or attempt in any other way to find the source code, sell, grant, sublicense or transfer in any way whatsoever, any right relating to the website and/or its content.

PRIVACY IN A NUTSHELL

The party responsible for the processing of your personal information (personal data) is Tosala. Any questions concerning registration and the processing of your information can be sent by e-mail to contact@tosala.org.

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APPLICABLE LAW AND COMPETENT COURTS

Should any dispute occur, Belgian law shall be applicable and the courts of Brussels shall have sole and exclusive jurisdiction.