1. Terms of participation
Ensuring the receipt, processing with high quality, delivery to participants, archiving of the base of television broadcasts that are in the public domain, as well as the operation of the Pizza TV resource in general, is carried out at the expense of monthly or one-time contributions from the participants, giving each of them a personal right to round-the-clock use of the provided services, without the right to public display, demonstration, or other use for commercial purposes.
Pizza TV does not bear any responsibility for the places of origin, legality and quality of TV channels, radio stations and broadcast video files, we only provide a technical solution for accessing these TV channels, radio stations, video files on a single platform, as well as a technical solution for converting this broadcast stream from using players and TV set-top boxes on TV. Our technical solution is our intellectual property. The client pays only for the technical solution!
The participant under no circumstances has the right to distribute access to the site among third parties, rebroadcast the services provided, or demonstrate outside the circle of relatives and friends. The Participant is not entitled to use his registration to simultaneously receive the provided services from more than two devices at the same time, allowing access to the service. If this is detected, the third communication session is closed automatically, and the Participant’s account is blocked until re-login to the system.
2. Acceptance of the terms
Your access to Pizza TV means that you become a full participant in the project and confirm the conclusion of a legally binding agreement between you (an individual – hereinafter referred to as the “Participant”) on the one hand, and Pizza TV on the other hand, as well as its suppliers and licensees of Internet services. subscriptions. The Member is entitled to use Pizza TV only if he has confirmed his participation by ordering and paying a fee, or if he receives services during the trial period. By using Pizza TV, the participant thereby accepts the terms of this agreement.
3. Payment for the service
Before making a contribution, you can check the quality of the broadcast for free. During the trial period, participation in Pizza TV, which is available for 1 day for a limited number of services from the moment of connection, the service is provided free of charge. Within 24 hours you will receive a confirmation of test access connection to the specified e-mail. This feature is available only to new customers in order to check the quality of the image or make sure the stability of the Internet connection.
At the moment, the monthly membership fee for Pizza TV starts from 5 euros for 30 days of using the service and for the hourly option it starts from 0.15 euros for one day. We reserve the right to change the membership fee at any time without affecting the cost of the paid period. The participant can refuse participation at any time, but in this case, Pizza TV does not return the balance of the paid fee, or the entire fee, regardless of the chosen form of payment. Under fear of immediate termination of access to Pizza TV, when filling out the registration form, the Participant provides complete and accurate information about himself necessary to provide the services provided.
4. Right to opt out
A participant may at any time refuse to participate in the Pizza TV project by sending a refusal by e-mail to: firstname.lastname@example.org We do not refund participation fees or any part of the fee paid in advance on an already issued invoice. The minimum period cannot be reduced, and the Participant is in any case obliged to pay for the right to participate in Pizza TV granted to him for the entire period, except for the trial period.
5. Reviews of payments (Chargeback)
We take serious action in the event of a credit card chargeback by a payer, as chargebacks affect our reputation with our electronic payment processing business partners. If a Member unlawfully charges a fee through their credit card issuer, we will EXCLUSIVELY recover compensation through an authorized collection agency. Keep in mind that this action can have long-term consequences for your credit history and credit score, so we strongly advise you to deal with any conflicts with us directly and carefully read our cancellation and refund policy before you order our service.
6. Member account, password and security
After registration, the Participant creates a personal account and registration according to the media player (MAC address and S / N numbers). The participant is responsible for maintaining the confidentiality of his data and is fully responsible for all actions performed using the account. In case of breakdown, loss or other technical, physical and software problems leading to the breakdown of a media player already connected to the Pizza TV project, re-registration and transfer of the connection to another media player, a one-time fee of 5 euros will be charged. The Member agrees to: immediately notify Pizza TV of any unauthorized use of its connection, as well as any other breaches of privacy and security that are discovered. Pizza TV will under no circumstances be liable for any loss or damage resulting from your failure to comply with the provisions of this section.
The Member guarantees full indemnity and agrees to hold harmless Pizza TV and its affiliates, affiliates, divisions, officers, agents, employees, partners and licensees from liability for any claims and claims, including legal fees incurred by third parties due to or in connection with with the actions of the Participant, his connection to Pizza TV, violations of this agreement committed by him, or the rights of other persons.
8. Prohibition of illegal duplication
The Participant undertakes not to reproduce, copy, reproduce, sell or resell, distribute or use for commercial purposes, including otherwise provided service and other opportunities obtained by him through participation in Pizza TV, as well as his right to use features in Pizza TV. Any such actions are illegal and severely punished.
9. Non-malicious activities
The participant undertakes not to take any action aimed at or that may directly or indirectly interfere with the proper functioning and monitoring of the work of the project, as well as the technical or service facilities associated with it. Imitation or simulation of use, as well as any actions or declared intentions that have the ultimate or indirect purpose of disrupting the operation of the service, lead to the closure of the Participant’s account and may lead to legal action against him.
11. Information we collect
We receive and store the personal information you provide, as well as certain transaction-related information that we collect when you use/browse password-protected areas of our site or our Services. Below is a list of the main methods we use to collect personal data and information. Registration information. In order to use the password-protected areas of our site or our Services, you must open a user account with us. The registration process requires the provision of certain contact information (including last name, first name and e-mail address). Data on completed transactions. When you make purchases, we may collect various billing information about you, including your last name, first name and email address. We may also collect information about purchases, including order information, order dates, and transaction amounts.
12. Service Usage Data
13. Information about children
Our site is a public site and is not designed or intended to collect personally identifiable information from children. Therefore, in order to comply with child privacy laws and the Children’s Online Privacy Protection Act (COPPA) of 1998, children under 16 are not allowed to subscribe to our email lists, access restricted areas of our site, or use our Services. Pizza TV does not knowingly collect personal information from children.
14. Data that is not personal information
Non-Personally Identifiable Information is information that cannot be attributed to anyone in particular. Data that is not personal information may also include generalized information about a group or category of services, or information about a user without mentioning any identifying information that could be associated with him. Such data may include general traffic information, usage trends, anonymous demographic information, and research data. The aggregated information helps us better understand the trends and needs of our users, develop new features more purposefully, and change our site. When visiting the public sections of our site, we do not collect information about the identity of the visitor and other personal information about him. However, as mentioned above, we collect certain non-personal information about your traffic based on what you do on our site.
15. Internal use of personal information
In general, we use personal information internally for the purpose of serving our users and expanding and strengthening our relationship with them. For example, if we understand how you use our site from your computer, we can better customize and personalize your experience during your visits. More specifically, we use personal information to carry out the transactions you have ordered, anticipate and promptly resolve problems with our site, respond to customer support inquiries, and send you our periodic email newsletters. Please review the following section to understand when we disclose personal information to third parties.
16. Disclosure of personal information to third parties
We do not rent, sell or trade personal information to other individuals and entities that are not our related parties, except for: sharing personal information with the consent of the user for the purposes of completing the transaction requested by him (which is required to complete certain commercial transactions); when disclosure of personal information is required by applicable law; and in cases where disclosure of personal information is justified by the protection of our rights and property. Situations justifying the disclosure of personal information are further specified below. We disclose your personal information with your consent, which may be obtained by us in writing or verbally using means that allow for real-time communication, or as part of an agreement concluded with us. If we offer new services in the future that require the disclosure of personal information to third parties or other users of personal information not listed in this Policy, we will amend this policy accordingly.
We disclose personal information to third parties as necessary in connection with the maintenance or processing of products and services requested or authorized by you, in order to complete, complete or complete a transaction requested or authorized by you, or to maintain or maintain your account. For example, we may use third party services to process your transactions. These third party service providers may include: financial service providers (e.g. banks) and non-financial institutions (data processing companies, compliance organizations, marketing companies). When third parties act in strict accordance with our instructions, we require them to comply with our privacy statements. We may use your personal information for our own statistical, design or operational purposes, such as to measure our audience size, measure overall traffic trends and better understand our subscriber demographics and interests, shopping trends and other trends. We may outsource these tasks to perform these tasks, but such third parties may not use or disclose your personal information for any other purpose.
We may share any non-personal information we collect with our related parties to enable them or to improve our own ability to offer you new or additional products and services, to further improve the quality of the products and services currently offered to you, to assist us and them in analytical evaluation of our existing and new products and services under development. Related parties (affiliates) include financial service providers, such as institutions that provide general business support services, and affiliated sales and support organizations, including providers of system support services and compliance services.
Information about our users and the site is one of our most valuable commercial assets. Therefore, information about our users, including personal information, will be disclosed in the event of a merger, acquisition or spin-off of the business of operating the site and providing our Services and products, in the event of a sale or pledge of company assets, as well as in the event of insolvency, bankruptcy or the appointment of an administrator for bankruptcy, when personal information is transferred to the new owner as one of the company’s commercial assets.
We may disclose personal information when, in our opinion, disclosure is justified to comply with legal requirements (for example, based on a lawful subpoena, warrant or court order); to enforce or apply our policies; to initiate, issue and serve an invoice and collect amounts due to us; to protect our rights and property, or to protect our users from fraudulent, misleading or illegal use of our site.
17. Third party websites
The pages of the Pizza TV site contain links (links) to third-party sites. In particular, you may be redirected to a third party website to process a financial transaction. These sites are subject to the privacy policies of their respective owners and Pizza TV is not responsible for their practices, including but not limited to their information practices. Users who provide their personal information on or through such third party sites should first review their privacy policies.
The public areas of our site are not encrypted or password protected, although we use commercially reasonable security measures to protect against loss, misuse, and tampering of information under our control. You should be aware that we have no control over the security of other sites that you visit and that you interact with and purchase products and services from. We cannot guarantee the protection of information against interception, misappropriation, malicious use or distortion, nor that the information will not be disclosed or that it will not be accessed by third parties by accident or as a result of unauthorized / illegal actions. We protect the security of your information in transit by using the Secure Sockets Layer or SSL protocol, which encrypts the information you enter. Additionally, we use secure hosting, firewall protection, access control and encryption to protect your information.
19. Changes to this policy
We may revise and update this Policy if our procedures change, as technology changes, new services are added, or existing services are improved. Any changes will be reflected in this document so that you are always aware of what information we collect and how we use it. We recommend that you print or download a copy of this document for your records.