Terms and Conditions
Terms and conditions of use this site is designed for residents in USA and its contents have been configured to comply with current regulations and laws. 1. About us by using this website, you agree to the terms and conditions of Use. Please read and carefully review the agreement on the Terms and Conditions of use before using this website. In accordance with the provisions of article 10 of Law 34/2002, of July 11, on Services of the Information Society and Electronic Commerce (hereinafter “LSSI “), we hereby inform you that this website (hereinafter, the “Website” or “Portal “) is owned and operated by: eHealtHow Team
In this sense, if the User participates in the sections of the Website that allow it – for example through the inclusion of opinions or data such as blog, questions, comments, suggestions or the like regarding the content of this Website – this information will be public for all users of the Portal and, consequently, will be treated as non-confidential and eHealtHow, shall have no obligation of any kind with respect to said information and is free to reproduce, use, disclose and distribute said information to third parties without limitations. eHealtHow is free to use any ideas, concepts, knowledge or techniques contained in such information for any purpose including, but not limited to the development, manufacturing and marketing of products incorporating the information.5. Links Policy 5.1 Links to other websites In order to help you find additional information, we have included various technical links devices that allow the User to access other websites (the “Linked Sites”). In these cases, eHealtHow acts as a provider of inter-mediation services, as provided in Article 17 of the LSSI. In accordance with the provisions of the aforementioned legislation, eHealtHow will not be responsible for the services and content provided through Linked Sites, unless it has effective knowledge of the wrongfulness and has not deactivated the link with due diligence. In no case does the existence of Linked Sites involve recommendation, promotion, identification or compliance of eHealtHow with the manifestations, contents or services provided through the Linked Sites. In consequence, eHealtHow is not responsible for the content of Linked Sites, nor for its conditions of use and privacy policies, being the User solely responsible for read-through and agree to them each time you access and use them. In particular, eHealtHow informs the User of the following: (i) eHealtHow offers only and exclusively information provided by the Linked Sites holders and, (ii) eHealtHow is not responsible for the accuracy or truthfulness of the information provided on the Sites Linked. In the event that the User considers that illegal, harmful, harmful, violent or inappropriate contents exist in the Linked Sites, you may inform eHealtHow of them through the following e-mail address: email@example.com. However, said communication will not in any case imply the obligation of eHealtHow to withdraw the corresponding link, nor does it necessarily imply the effective knowledge of eHealtHow of the illegality of the contents of the Linked Site, for the purposes of the provisions of current legislation.
5.2. Links from other websites The User who wants to introduce links from his own Web pages to the Website must comply with the following conditions:
The link will only link to the main page of the Website, but you will not be able to reproduce it in any way (online links, copy of texts, graphics, etc.)In any case it will be prohibited to establish frames or frames of any kind that surround the Website or allow the display of the Contents through Internet addresses other than those of the Website and, in any case, when viewed in conjunction with external content to the Website in a way that:
(i) Produces, or can produce, confusion, error or fraud on the users about the true origin of the service or Contents;
(ii) Involves an act of comparison or unfair imitation;
(iii) Serve to harness the reputation of the brand and prestige of eHealtHow; or
(iv) In any other way is prohibited by current legislation. No false, inaccurate or incorrect information about eHealtHow, its partners, employees, customers or the quality of the services it provides will be made from the page that introduces the link. In no case, will be expressed in the page where the link is located that eHealtHow has given its consent to the insertion of the link or otherwise sponsor, collaborate, verify or supervise the services of the sender without the corresponding authorization of eHealtHow. The use of any word mark, graphic or mixed or any other distinguishing mark of eHealtHow within the sender’s website is prohibited except in cases permitted by law or expressly authorized by eHealtHow and provided that, in these cases, a link is allowed directly with the eHealtHow Web site as set forth in this clause. The page that establishes the link must faithfully comply with the law and can not in any case dispose of or link with its own or third-party content that:
(I) is illegal, hurtful or contrary to principles and good civilization (pornographic, violent, racist, etc.);
(II) to induce or may induce in the User the false conception that eHealtHow subscribes, endorses, adheres to, or in any way supports, the ideas, manifestations or expressions, lawful or illicit, of the sender;
(III) Are inappropriate or not relevant to the activity of eHealtHow in regard to the place, contents and thematic of the website of the sender.6. Communication of illegal and inappropriate activities In the event that the User or any other Internet user has knowledge that any kind of information or content of the Portal or facilitated through it are illegal, harmful to rights of third parties, contrary to what is established in these Terms and Conditions or in any other way harmful or contrary to morals, customs and customs, you may contact eHealtHow at firstname.lastname@example.org indicating the following:
Personal data of the denouncing User: name, address, telephone number and email address. Description of the facts that reveal the illicit or inadequate nature of the content or information as well as the specific direction in which it is available. In the event of violation of rights of third parties, such as intellectual and industrial property, the data of the owner of the infringed right should be provided when it is a person other than the complainant. It must also provide the title that establishes the ownership of the rights violated and, where appropriate, the representation to act on behalf of the owner when he is a person other than the complainant. The reception by eHealtHow of the communication provided for in this clause will not imply, according to the provisions of the LSSI, the effective knowledge of the activities and / or contents indicated by the communicator when this is not obvious or evident. In any case, eHealtHow reserves the right to suspend or withdraw the contents that, although not illegal, are contrary to the rules established in the Terms and Conditions of Use, weighing in each case the legal goods in conflict. 7. Disclaimer of Warranties eHealtHow has taken reasonable steps to ensure that the information contained on this website is reliable, however, by using this website, you accept the information, products, and services provided “as such”. eHealtHow makes no express or implied warranty in relation to the accuracy, content, accuracy, reliability, pore ability or legality of the information contained in this website, including, but not limited to, warranties of merchant ability, fitness for a particular purpose, and respect for property rights.
- Responsibility of eHealtHow the User must know that communications over open networks are exposed to a plurality of threats that make them unsafe. It is the responsibility of the User to take all appropriate technical measures to reasonably control these threats and, among them, to have up-to-date malware detection systems such as viruses, Trojans, etc., as well as updated security patches in the corresponding browsers. For more information you can go to your Internet service provider that can provide you with solutions that suit your needs. The eHealtHow is not responsible for damages caused to the User as a consequence of risks inherent to the medium used, nor of those caused by the vulnerabilities in their systems and tools. The eHealtHow also does not guarantee the total security of its systems and although it has adopted adequate security measures, the existence of vulnerabilities cannot be completely ruled out and, as a consequence, the User must be cautious in interacting with the Portal. The eHealtHow will only be responsible for damages caused by the use of the Portal, when such damages are directly caused by intent or gross negligence of eHealtHow and there was no negligence on the part of the User. In particular, eHealtHow will not be responsible for: when such damages are directly caused by intent or gross negligence of eHealtHow and there was no negligence on the part of the User. In particular, eHealtHow will not be responsible for: when such damages are directly caused by intent or gross negligence of eHealtHow and there was no negligence on the part of the User. In particular, eHealtHow will not be responsible for: