Terms of Use

The following conditions apply for using our website:

1. Freely accessible contents of our website
In the absence of any alternative agreements between us and the user, we assume no guarantee for the information provided on our website being up to date, correct, complete, constantly available, or meeting the quality standards. We reserve the right to change, augment, or delete parts of the website or the whole of the freely accessible services at any time without prior notice and to temporarily or permanently bar access to the website.

2. Copyright and trademark rights
All contents of the website at hand (texts, images, logos etc.) as well as the layout of this website are protected in our favour by copyright and/or by trademark legislation or in individual instance also to the benefit of third parties. Reproduction, circulation, alteration or exploitation of part or the whole of the contents of this website in any other form is not permitted beyond the constraining bounds of copyright and pure advertising in the browser without prior written permission from us or the holder of the rights.

Links to our website are only permitted when it remains clearly recognisable that the linked contents are provided by us. Links created by so-called framing or established in any similar form are therefore prohibited.

3. Links and references
Direct and indirect references made to external websites (hyperlinks) maintained by third parties and which therefore lie beyond the scope of our responsibility and/or external contributions made by users in guest books, discussion forums, mailing lists or the like are foreign contents over which we have no control and therefore do not adopt as our own and for which we accept no responsibility. If the linked external websites and/or user contributions have illegal or punishable contents, we expressly disassociate ourselves from these contents. Once it is brought to our notice we will deactivate the corresponding link.

4. Data protection
Where personal or business data can be entered (e-mail addresses, names, and postal addresses), such data is given by the user of his own volition. The personal data acquired through this website are used for the purposes of contract fulfilment and handling enquiries. This data will only be transferred to third parties with the express permission of the user.

In order to provide the user of our products and services in a more customised form and be able to adjust them to suit his needs, cookies that enable the user to be recognised for the duration of his visit are used in the password-protected client area of our website.

Cookies are small text files sent by WWW servers when a website is visited. The purpose of these cookies is to enhance user-friendliness, effectiveness, and security of the online offering. The cookies contain no personal data and no form of personal information so that no identification of a person is possible on the basis of the information obtained from the cookies alone.

If the automatic login option is used, EUWID sets a cookie which subsequently remains stored on the client's hard drive for future automatic login use ("persistent cookie").

By setting the browser functions appropriately the user can determine how his browser should handle cookies in general. If the client deletes cookies or the browser is set so that it rejects cookies, the result may be limitations to the online services.

If the user activates the automatic login, a cookie is placed in which the user's registration data are stored in order to recognise the user and provide automatic access the next time he logs in. Once automatic login has been activated, the user can deactivate the function at any time.

We are committed to protecting your data. In order to prevent unauthorised access or any unauthorised disclosure, to ensure the correctness of the data, and authorised use of the data, we have adopted appropriate technical and organisational procedures to protect and secure the data that we obtain online. We can nevertheless accept no responsibility for any disclosure of your data not caused by any fault of our own but due to errors made in data transfer and/or for unauthorised access by third parties beyond our control.