TwiCraft is a non-profit, non-professional and non-commercial personal blog. The content it offers is free. This blog does not receive advertising or any other income. This blog and specifically this section of terms and conditions of service are exposed for the entire community of blogs and pages that encompass the TwiCraft community with the same conditions that they share and use as terms and their possible derived subdomains (hereinafter referred to as TwiCraft set). Hereinafter all of them referred to as TwiCraft, TwiCraft Community or TwiCraft Blog Community. You can contact the person in charge of said community using the email email@example.com.
FIRST.- The services that make up this website for users are free and do not require prior registration. (no user data is saved)
SECOND.- By the mere use of the TwiCraft blog, the user expresses his unreserved acceptance of these general conditions.
THIRD.- The user agrees not to use the services offered by this blog to carry out illegal activities or that violate public order and, in general, agrees to make use in accordance with these general conditions.
FOURTH.- TwiCraft is not responsible for the content generated by users in the comments section.
FIFTH.- The user agrees to respect the restrictions on the use of the service imposed by TwiCraft and the moderation policy of the blog.
SIXTH.- TwiCraft will not be responsible for failures that may arise in communications, including deletion, incomplete transmission or delays in transmission, nor is it committed to ensuring that the transmission network is operational at all times. Nor will TwiCraft be liable in the event that a third party, breaching the security measures established by TwiCraft, accesses the content submitted by the user or uses it for the submission of computer viruses.
TwiCraft has adopted all legally required security measures for the protection of personal data provided by the user. However, TwiCraft cannot guarantee the absolute invulnerability of its security systems, nor can it guarantee the security or inviolability of said data in its transmission over the network.
The link that the website makes available to users has the sole purpose of facilitating the search for information available on the Internet. TwiCraft does not offer or market the products and services available on linked sites and assumes no responsibility for such products or services.
TwiCraft does not control the use that users make of the website, nor does it guarantee that they do so in accordance with these conditions.
SEVENTH.- TwiCraft may interrupt the service or immediately resolve the relationship with the user if it detects a use of its portal or any of the services offered in it contrary to these general conditions.
EIGHTH.- TwiCraft reserves the right to stop providing any of the services that make up its website. Likewise, it reserves the right to unilaterally modify, at any time and without prior notice, the presentation and conditions of the portal, as well as the services and conditions required for its use.
NINTH.- TwiCraft may, at any time, modify these conditions or introduce new conditions of use, including the termination of free access. Said modifications will only be applicable from their entry into force.
TENTH.- The user accepts that the personal data they provide (name, email address and IP) or that they provide in the future to TwiCraft, may be processed in a personal data file. The data thus registered may be used exclusively for the administration of the comment service and/or subscription by mail and the management of incidents with the user. The expiration date of the data is indefinite.
ELEVENTH.- TwiCraft blog community Cookies Policy: What are cookies and what do we use them for? A cookie or computer cookie is a small information file that is saved in your browser each time you visit our website. The usefulness of cookies is to save the history of your activity on our website, so that, when you visit it again, it can identify you and configure its content based on your browsing habits, identity and preferences. Therefore, a cookie is harmless, it does not contain malicious or malicious code (eg viruses, Trojans, worms, etc.) that can damage your terminal (computer, smartphone, tablet, etc.), but it does have some impact on your right to the protection of your data, since it collects certain information.