Terms and conditions

We call Define the Concept the website found at the Internet address https://www.definetheconcept.com/ and its subdomains.

Define the Concept has specifically established how users should use the website. Here you will find some information about its design process to make the website accessible for everyone. You will also find out how you can make a complaint.

TERMS OF USE

Define the Concept establishes terms and conditions on the use of this website and the links related to it:

The users will refrain from using any of the services offered by Define the Concept for illicit purposes, harmful to the rights and interests of third parties, or that may damage, disable, overload, deteriorate or prevent the everyday use of the services, the server’s equipment or the documents, files and any content stored on or by Define the Concept, on internal or external servers linked from Define the Concept.

The users will refrain from harassing, threatening, and obtaining or disclosing private information from third parties.

The users will refrain from using the websites of Define the Concept to:

  • The exclusive promotion of a website, companies, blog networks or affiliate links (spam).
  • Commercial campaigns (even if the promoted place does not contain direct advertising), political or ideological, promoting mass voting for the news object of the campaign or the promoted place.
  • The gratuitous provocation or unjustified annoyance to other users and readers.
  • The sending of false or fabricated news.

EXCLUSION OF GUARANTEES AND RESPONSIBILITY

The managers of Define the Concept do not guarantee the legality, reliability, accuracy, completeness, timeliness, and usefulness of the content. The presence of a hyperlink does not imply in any case the existence of relations between the managers of Define the Concept and the owner of the website with which the link has been established, nor the acceptance and approval of its contents or services.

The managers of Define the Concept exclude all responsibility in the sites linked from this website and can not control that Internet sites appear among them whose contents may be illicit, illegal, contrary to morals or good customs, or inappropriate. The users, therefore, must exercise extreme caution in the assessment and use of the information, content, and services on the linked sites.

The managers of Define the Concept exclude all responsibility for the news and information published by users, third parties, and the users or third parties from whom they come will be responsible for them.

Regarding the user registry, the managers of Define the Concept reserve the right to eliminate profiles that usurp the identity or try to deceive other users (even for recreational or parodic purposes) by pretending to be another natural or legal person.

ACCESSIBILITY

We have done our best to make www.definetheconcept.com easy to use for everyone, regardless of the browser of your choice or whether or not you use special tools to access through the following techniques:

  • building the site using standards-compliant HTML and CSS
  • ensuring that all content on our website is logically structured using informative headings and tags where relevant.
  • provide consistent navigation through our sites by ensuring that all of our content managers are fully trained to produce accessible content (for example, by providing appropriate alternate texts and descriptive links, and without instructions relying on visuals), and rigorously verify all content once it has been created.
  • allowing users to control the content on the move.

A recent accessibility audit of the site showed that a small number of page components cannot be accessed without a mouse or with the use of a screen reader. These issues are addressed as a priority.

In addition to conducting accessibility tests on our sites, we will perform tests with disabled users on an ongoing basis to continually evaluate and improve the experience of our site with all users.

COMPLAINTS

We value your opinion; therefore, we hope that we can make your interaction with the pages of Define the Concept excellent, and we welcome your comments, suggestions, and details about your satisfaction or dissatisfaction with the service received when contacting us or when using any of our products or services. We would also like to know if a particular team member has provided you with exceptional help or assistance.