Terms 2016-11-19T18:54:41+00:00

Access and use of this Web site is subject to the general rules and conditions specified below.

Terms of Service

1. Description of Service

Teranga Go! is a collaborative platform for mobility between Spain and Senegal developed under the CEI Biotic funding from the University of Granada, and in collaboration with the company Acento Comunicacion. Currently is offered as a pilot service from the UGR through TIC11-2015 project, and in the future will be a consolidated service froem Acento Comunicacion.

Access to this website is voluntary, and user status is acquired once it is registered and general conditions of use are accepted. Specific conditions from the company Acento Communication may have at http://terangago.com will prevail over the conditions contemplated in place.

Therefore it is recommended to read them carefully before carrying out any type of action. We provide the following e-mail teranga@googlegroups.com in case of any doubt.

2. Provision of service

The University of Granada hosts the web of Teranga Go! which currently if free of charge, to be a social service to improve the conditions of Senegalese community in Spain. The site may contain forums, opinions and other expressions of users who in some cases may not be moderate. The UGR will never be responsible for the contents of this site. The University reserves the right (but not the obligation) to delete all content that may be inappropriate for the purpose of service.

The University of Granada is not responsible for any interruption of service or access to our website without notice, either for safety reasons, technical, maintenance or caused by a third party.

In addition, the University of Granada reserves the right to change these conditions or any special conditions that may be included. Users will be notified of any change in those conditions through this portal, as well as publications that are made for this purpose on the official website of the UGR.

The UGR does not guarantee the availability and continuity of the portal Teranga Go! when external circumstances prevent to provide any service. Wi will inform in case of temporary disruption of the functioning of the site. The UGR has no liability for any effect related to damages of any kind that can be attributed to a lack of availability or continuity of the website, for any fault of said system or of potential failures in access to different pages or those from which services are provided.

3. User registration

Access to the platform is made after registration and acceptance of the service conditions of use. Once accepted and recorded, the user agrees to make appropriate use of content and services on this website. The user undertakes to provide truthful and legitimate information, not to violate the rights of privacy, confidentiality, image, intellectual or industrial property belonging to third parties. In addition, the user agrees by this affidavit, to conduct honest business and not to make a profit or malicious use of the resources made available by the service.

This user status is acquired upon registration and maintained as long as the user does not make a detailed request to unsubscribe from the platform. This period is not expected to last and can be time-limited for technical reasons, at the request of the user or after urging his removal due to any reason that could lead to exclusion.

4. Exclusion Law

The University of Granada, as an entity manager’s website and data that are housed there, reserves the right to terminate or deny access to the Website without notice to users who do not qualify Terms of use, or the specific conditions applicable to their case

5. Voluntary unsubscription of the user

The user who wishes, at some point, to unsubscribe from the platfom can do so by sending an email to the following address: rosana@ugr.es

6. Cancellation of user data

If the user leaves the service voluntarily, or if Termination of Service occurs for other reasons, such as violations of the conditions of use, the data will be erased in accordance with the Organic Law of Data Protection.