Terms and Conditions
Using the Web pages of Drum networking (hereinafter ”the Company”) requires the user to abide by these terms and conditions. Read these terms and conditions carefully before you start using the Company’s Web pages. In addition to these terms and conditions, different services may be subject to separately applicable special terms and conditions. Services used by means of access codes are furthermore subject to the terms and conditions applicable to the codes. By accessing the Company’s Web pages, you agree to abide by these terms and conditions.
The primary service provider of these Web pages is Drum networking.
You must be at least 18 years old to use the service.
30 day free trial (no credit card required), then 29 EUR a month.
Service provider’s responsibility
The Company does not accept any liability for any kind of inconvenience, loss or damage howsoever arising and whether caused directly or indirectly from an act or omission of a Candidate or Company introduced by the Company. The Company is not liable for direct or indirect loss or damage caused by the use of these pages or the electronic services, nor for the service’s unavailability or any loss or damage caused by such. The Company does not guarantee the Web pages’ uninterrupted or flawless availability or functioning. The electronic information published on the Company’s Web pages is produced solely for the purpose of distributing information, unless otherwise separately and expressly agreed.
Information produced by third parties
The Company is not liable for any information produced or published by third parties to which these Web pages may contain a link.
Users are responsible for the accuracy of any information they submit via the website and the arrival of such information. The user represents and warrants that the user will not submit any illegal or improper material to these Web pages. The user must employ all reasonable means to ensure that the submitted material does not contain viruses and that it is not harmful in any other way.
Intellectual property rights
Unless otherwise stated, the proprietary rights, copyright, and other intellectual property rights to these Web pages belong to the company DRUM networking. All rights to the pages and their contents are reserved. Publishing, reproducing, transferring, or changing the pages’ content or appearance without the consent of the rights’ holder is forbidden, excluding storage on a computer or printing for private use. The material may be quoted as referred to in the Finnish Copyright Act (404/1961). When quoting the material, the source must always be indicated. However, trademarks and logos may not be copied, published, or redistributed without the Company’s written consent.
The online membership applying service provided by the Company on its website is intended for applications only directly between the customer and the Company. Distribution, dissemination and other similar forwarding by third parties of any information given on the Company’s online application website for the above purpose is prohibited. If you apply for membership with DRUM through the website, you are responsible for maintaining the confidentiality of your account, password, and for restricting access to your computer or device. You agree to accept responsibility for all activities that occur under your account and password.Acceptance of a membership shall be at our sole discretion in the furtherance of the good name and reputation of our community and its members. No reason shall be given for refusal of any application at any stage and all information relating to the determination of a membership application.
The Company processes personal data in accordance with the Finnish Personal Data Act (523/1999) and ensures compliance with privacy protection and when processing personal data. The user data collected in connection with services that require users to register constitutes a part of the Company’s customer database and is used only for the purpose defined in the database. Data is collected from the registered user or the user’s representatives. If the service transaction so requires, the Company stores messages to authenticate the content of any given message. The Company may collect, process, and analyse information concerning the pages’ use, traffic, transactions, and other statistical information pertaining to the Web pages. The Company may also acquire such information from reliable third parties. Such information cannot be traced back to an identifiable individual.
The confidentiality of e-mails sent over an open information network cannot be guaranteed. Users should avoid submitting personal data and other confidential messages to the Company via e-mail.
The Company is not obligated to carry out assignments or service requests submitted via unencrypted e-mail. The Company has the right, upon a user’s request, to deliver information via e-mail to the address specified by the user in question. The Company is not responsible for any direct or indirect loss or damage caused by messages sent in an open information network.
The Company will not tolerate certain social media conduct by users of the website, whether indirectly or directly targeting or relating to DRUM networking, its members, founders or employees, including for example: (a) defamatory, malicious, obscene, intimidating, discriminatory, harassing or threatening comments or hate propaganda; (b) conduct that violates any law or regulation. In the event that DRUM feels that you have breached this paragraph, DRUM reserves all its rights to take further action, including but not limited to: (i) adding, removing, or modifying any content, including comments, (ii) blocking you or any other disruptive users. In the event that you engage in (or direct or influence any person to engage in) any of this prohibited conduct on your social media channels regarding DRUM or any of DRUM’s founders, employees, policies, services, products or other members, DRUM may immediately terminate your membership and use of this website and reserves its full legal rights to pursue legal damages against you.
These terms and conditions as well as any possible disputes arising from the Company’s Web pages and the content thereof are governed by Finnish law. Any possible disputes are settled in the District Court of Helsinki.