Typing Pal – Home Edition : Conditions of Use

Last update: June 26, 2018.

Typing Pal and its contents (“the Website”) are provided as a service by Druide informatique inc. (“Druide”). Before using the Website, make sure that you have read these conditions governing its use. By using the Website, you accept these conditions and you agree to comply with them. If you do not agree with any one of the terms of these conditions, you must immediately stop using the Website.

1. License

Druide grants you a non-exclusive license to use the Website for the duration and for the maximum number of accounts defined in your subscription, provided that you pay the fees and that you adhere to its Conditions of Use.

2. Subscription

Price – Druide reserves the right to change the pricing of subscriptions to the Website at any time and without notice. However, any such change would not take effect before the expiration of a subscription that has already been paid for.

Refunds – Payments are non-refundable and no discount or credit is provided, even in cases of partial usage periods.

3. Intellectual Property and Copyright

Property – Except for some copyright-free texts and images, all materials contained in the Website (logos, screenshots, concepts, graphics, images, algorithms, documents and other materials), as well as the selection, arrangement and displaying of these materials belong exclusively to Druide and are protected by Canadian and international copyright laws. Typing Pal and Tap’Touche are trademarks of Druide. All other products mentioned in the Website are trademarks of their respective owners.

Reproduction – Druide grants you permission to display and copy the documents available on the Website on the express conditions that they be employed for personal use only and that all copyrights, trademarks, service marks and other property notices are reproduced as they appear in the documents. Any public or commercial use of the Website materials is strictly forbidden. You may not modify or distribute the Website and its documents.

4. Links to Third-Party websites

As a service to its visitors, Druide may provide hyperlinks to other websites. Druide does not control these websites, and as a result cannot be held responsible for their content. By providing hyperlinks, Druide does not in any way endorse the contents of these websites.

5. Modifications

Druide reserves the right to modify, add or remove any information or material in the Website at any time and without notice.

6. Disclaimer

The Website is provided on an “as is” basis; no form of guarantee is offered. You acknowledge that you are using the Website at your own risk. Druide does not guarantee that the Website will meet your needs or that its operation is entirely error-free. You agree not to hold Druide responsible for any damages arising from the use of or inability to use the Website (including damages caused by the loss of profits, business interruption or loss of information), even if Druide had received prior notice of the possibility of such damages.

7. Protection of Personal Information

Personal information and data saved on the Website are governed by our privacy policy.

We encourage you to read it carefully, since your use of the Website implies that you consent to its terms. If you do not agree with any one of the terms of this privacy policy, you must stop using the Website immediately.

8. Access Revocation

Druide grants you authorization to use the Website’s services provided that you adhere to its Conditions of Use. If you do not, Druide may suspend or revoke your access at any time and without notice.

9. Hosting

The website is hosted in Canada and is administered from Druide’s Canadian offices.

10. Applicable Laws

The Website is governed by the laws of the province of Quebec, Canada. By using the Website, you irrevocably submit to the jurisdiction of the courts of the province of Quebec. You also agree to pursue any litigation that may arise from use of the Website in the competent courts of the judicial district of Montreal, province of Quebec. However, any litigation that may arise from a copyright violation may also be pursued, at Druide’s discretion, in the competent courts of the defendant’s judicial district.

The Typing Pal Team