TERMS AND CONDITION
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By using this site, you agree with our TERMS & CONDITION. This is important; We hope you take the time to read them carefully. We may change these terms or any additional terms that apply to a Service to, for example, reflect changes to the law or changes to our Services. You should look at the terms regularly. We'll post notice of modified terms on this page. We'll post notice of modified additional terms in the applicable Service. The changes will not apply retroactively and will become effective no later than fourteen days after they are posted. However, changes addressing new functions for a Service or changes made for legal reasons will be effective immediately. If you do not accept and agree to these terms and conditions, then you should discontinue use of the services.
You have limited rights,revocable, non-transferable and non exclusive. You are not permitted to use this website’s content for other purposes without written statement to us.
Visitors and Users Obligations
Visitors and users should be subject to the laws and regulations in the territory of the Republic of Indonesia. You are prohibited to load contents that related below :
1.     Offending, triggering a conflict or hostility between Tribe, Religion and Race.
2.     Breaking the law, threatening, insulting,defamatory, libelous, deceitful, fraudulent, or cause hatred in people or certain groups.
3.     Violate or infringe the rights of others, including: patent, trademark, trade secret, copyright, publicity or other proprietary rights.
4.     Spreading ideology that violate the law
5.     Violation of decency, obscene, and pornography.
6.     Spreading computer viruses.
7.     Violate the Terms and Condition of this website.
Blocking and Deleting Account
We have the right to blocking and deleting user account that violating our obligations and terms
Policy and Safety
•     Protecting your privacy:
- Tips on how to protect your privacy on FLIP digital resources
•     Hate speech
•     Child endangerment
•     Nudity and sexual content
•     Harmful or dangerous content
•     other provisions
Protecting your privacy
If someone has posted your personal information or uploaded a video of you without your consent, start by contacting the uploader and asking them to remove the content.
If you can’t reach an agreement with the uploader, or if you are uncomfortable contacting them, you can request removal of content based on our Privacy Guidelines.
For content to be considered for removal, an individual must be uniquely identifiable .When assessing if an individual is uniquely identifiable, we consider the following factors:
•     Your image or voice
•     Full name
•     Financial information
•     Contact information
•     Other personally identifiable information
When you report a privacy complaint, we consider public interest, newsworthiness, and consent as factors in our final decision. Check out our Privacy Guidelines for a more detailed explanation of our privacy complaint process and the factors we take into account when evaluating privacy claims.
Tips on how to protect your privacy on FLIP on digital resources:
•     Think carefully before you post personal information. This includes things like the town you live in, where you go to school, or your home address.
•     Protect your account data and don’t share your password with others. FLIPteam will never ask you for your password. Don’t be fooled if someone contacts you pretending to be from FLIP.
•     Get permission first. As a rule of thumb, you should get permission before taking picture or filming other people or posting their personal information.
We encourage free speech and try to defend your right to express unpopular points of view, but we don't permit hate speech.
Hate speech refers to content that promotes violence or hatred against individuals or groups based on certain attributes, such as:
•     race or ethnic origin
•     veteran status
•     sexual orientation/gender identity
There is a fine line between what is and what is not considered to be hate speech. For instance, it is generally okay to criticize a nation-state, but not okay to post malicious hateful comments about a group of people solely based on their race.
Activities such as copying a user's channel layout, using a similar username, or posing as another person in comments, emails, or videos may be considered harassment. In cases where our team determines that an account was established to impersonate another channel or individual, the account will be removed.
There are two ways that impersonation can happen on FLIP on digital resources:
•     Impersonation of a channel :
A user copies a channel’s profile, background, or text, and writes comments to make it look like somebody else’s channel posted the comments. If you feel that your channel is being impersonated, report to report.FLIP@seamolec.org.
•     Impersonation of an individual :
A user creates a channel or video using another individual's real name, image, or other personal information to deceive people into thinking they are someone else on FLIP on digital resources. If you feel that you are being impersonated, report toreport.FLIP@seamolec.org.
The FLIP on digital resources community is important to us and we want to see it continue to flourish. To ensure that this is possible, content that makes threats of serious physical harm against a specific individual or defined group of individuals will be removed.
People who threaten others may receive a strike on their account and their account may be terminated.
FLIP on digital resources has a zero-tolerance policy for sexual content involving minors. Uploading, commenting, or engaging in any type of activity that sexualizes minors will immediately result in an account suspension.
In cases where a video contains child sexual abuse imagery, our team will report it to Indonesian National Commission on Child Protection (Komisi Nasional Perlindungan Anak Indonesia), who in turn works with related law enforcement agencies.
Nudity and Sexual Content
If a video is intended to be sexually provocative, be sure it is NOT acceptable for FLIP on digital resources.
What is and isn’t allowed
Sexually explicit content like pornography is strictly forbidden. Content containing fetish content will be removed depending on the severity of the act in question. In most cases, violent, graphic, or humiliating fetishes are not allowed to be shown on FLIP on digital resources.
A video that contains nudity or other sexual content may be allowed if the primary purpose is educational, documentary, scientific, or artistic, and it isn’t gratuitously graphic. For example, a documentary on breast cancer would be appropriate, but posting clips out of context from the same documentary might not be. Remember that providing context in the title and description will help us and your viewers determine the primary purpose of the video.
Harmful or dangerous content
While it might not seem fair to say you can’t show something because of what viewers might do in response, we draw the line at content that intends to incite violence or encourage dangerous or illegal activities that have an inherent risk of serious physical harm or death.
Videos that we consider to encourage dangerous or illegal activities include instructional bomb making, choking games, hard drug use, or other acts where serious injury may result. A video that depicts dangerous acts may be allowed if the primary purpose is educational, documentary, scientific, or artistic (EDSA), and it isn’t gratuitously graphic. For example, a news piece on the dangers of choking games would be appropriate, but posting clips out of context from the same documentary might not be.
Videos that incite others to commit acts of violence are strictly prohibited from FLIP on digital resources. If your video asks others to commit an act of violence or threatens people with serious acts of violence, it will be removed from the site.
We are very sensitive to any harmful or dangerous content that involves minors. If your video shows a minor participating in a harmful or dangerous activity, do not post it. In the interest of protecting minors, we may age-restrict videos containing adults participating in activities that have a high risk of injury or death.
A trademark is a word, symbol, or combination that identifies the source of a product and distinguishes it from other products. A trademark is specifically acquired by a company or other entity through a legal process and once acquired gives the owner exclusive rights to the trademark usage with respect to those goods.
Trademark infringement is improper or unauthorized use of a trademark in a way that is likely to cause confusion as to the source of that product. FLIP on digital resources policies prohibit videos and channels that infringe trademarks. If you upload content on FLIP on digital resources that uses another party's trademarks in a way that is likely to cause confusion, your videos can be blocked and your channel suspended.
If you are a trademark owner and you believe your trademark is being infringed, please note that FLIP on digital resources is not in a position to mediate trademark disputes between users and trademark owners. As a result, we strongly encourage trademark owners to resolve their disputes directly with the user who posted the content in question. Contacting the uploader may resolve things more quickly in a way that is more beneficial to you, the uploader, and the FLIP on digital resources community. Trademark owners can contact the user through FLIP on digital resources's private messaging feature.
If you are unable to reach a resolution with the account holder in question, please submit a trademark complaint through our Trademark complaint form.
The things that have not been regulated in this FLIP Website will be regulated in accordance with the law in Indonesia