This regulation concerns data collected from customers / users or subcontractors in Europe (EU):
Any website that uses webtracking to track the activities of its visitors or to observe their browsing behavior can draw conclusions about the interests, preferences or habits of Internet users. The RGPD will no doubt be applicable.
The 6 key principles on data protection
The client assumes full responsibility for any damage to intellectual or industrial property of others, public order, morality and any other dispute related to his domain name.
The user agrees to make its own backups of his files, emails or other data stored on the server. The provider is not responsible for any loss of data, whatever the reasons (piracy account, deleted data by mistake by the customer, data loss due to a corrupted backup, etc.).
The user is responsible of his password which must not be given to third party. He must be aware of the risks on the Internet (Trojan Horses, phishing, hoax, viruses, spyware, adware, etc.), and must use his services with discretion (avoid coffee shops and public WIFI).
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Unlimited storage for each email account. For Websites and Web-Applications, the disk quota is provided according to each specific needs.
Remember to perform backups locally on your computer or on external hard drives for greater safety in case of data loss..
Due to the limitations of the Internet, the client shall be aware that the provider cannot be responsible of access speeds or delays from other providers in the world or any other difficulties to access services because of inherent problems with personal computers or other devices. The provider uses EUROPEAN STANDARD POLICY FILTERS, ANTISPAM and ANTIVIRUS and cannot be responsible for non-delivery of emails (check spam folder regularly).
The system administrator has the right to temporarily suspend access to its services for maintenance and / or improvement without any right to compensation. However, it agrees to implement all means available to minimize this type of interruption.
In the case of services interruption for maintenance, hardware or software upgrades for security patches, customers will be notified in advance.
In the case of internal or external incidents such as xDSL Internet Operators disruption, the provider will do its best to reset services following the BEST EFFORT procedures.
Please be aware and note that E-mail exchange is not 100% secure nor 100% confidential due to technical limits of the internet and therefore cannot be fully guaranteed.
The provider disclaims any liability for any damage caused because of the use of e-mails or the internet.
No personal details are stored when you access the server if not explicity asked and agreed. Privacy and Confidentiality will be considered between the provider and customers.
The provider respects the private sphere and protects data stored on the server. The information stored on the server is treated with the utmost respect and is neither sold nor distributed, for whatever purpose.
The email service is considered as strictly confidential in its entirety and no access of any kind is authorized, other than by the email account holder themself using their access details and usual software.
The provider specifically disclaims any other warranties, including any warranty of merchantability. The provider cannot be responsible for any consequential damages. The hostmaster is not responsible for the loss of income due to a services interruption.
Unauthorized use (SPAM, ILLEGAL CONTENT TRANSFER, WAREZ) will result to an immediate suspension of services without any compensation or refund. The hostmaster reserve the right to disclose your information to the competent authorities in case of legal proceedings.
Whatever email software or smartphone you use, the settings are always identical to configure an email address:
Notice: The User Name (which is an email address) and the password to connect into the Workspace (Webmail) are not necessarily the same but can be identical as you wish.
Go to: “User Name / Mail Settings / General / Change password (button)”
Go to: “User Name / My Profile / Connection Details / Your access details for the admin console”
The WHOIS Data Reminder Policy (or WDRP) is an ICANN policy designed to protect domain name registrants. The policy requires your registrar to formally remind you once a year to review and update your contact information. The reminder, which is also referred to as a WDRP Notice, is usually sent via email and asks you to review the WHOIS information, including contact information, associated with your domain name(s) and make corrections or updates when necessary.
Yes. Even if you are using a privacy and/or proxy service it’s still important to make sure your contact information is up to date to be sure that you receive all notifications and requests from your registrar.
If you give wrong information on purpose, or don’t update your information promptly if there is a change, your registrar can suspend or even cancel your domain name registration. This could also happen if you don’t respond to inquiries by your registrar if they contact you about the accuracy of your contact information.