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The obligations of Irish-based Web providers are governed by Statutory Instrument 336 of 2011. This implements the European Communities (Electronic Communications Networks and Services) (Privacy and Electronic Communications) Regulations 2011.
Children under the age of 13
Children under 13 may only use diagram.wiki under direct parental supervision. They may not register for the site using their own email address, but a parent or guardian may create an account for them to use if the parent or guardian's email address is used. No personal information about children may be added to the website. If information about a child under 13 has been added to the site (including an email address during registration) inform me so it can be removed.
Persons aged between 13 and 18
You are permitted to register as a user of diagram.wiki and edit content if you are aged 18 or over. If you are aged 13 years or over but under the age of 18 you must obtain the consent of a parent or legal guardian before registering as a user of diagram.wiki
If you are aged 13 or over but under the age of 18 you must obtain the consent of a parent or legal guardian each time you edit or submit content to diagram.wiki.
Any person who registers as a user of diagram.wiki represents that either they are 18 years of age or older or that they are 13 years or over and have obtained the consent of a parent or legal guardian. diagram.wiki cannot and is not required to verify the age of users of the site. diagram.wiki hereby notifies you that by putting any content on the website or sending any information about yourself you hereby undertake that you are either over the age of 18 or that you are 13 years or over and have obtained the consent of a parent or legal guardian to do so.
diagram.wiki collects the following information:
- Your email address when you register: This will not be displayed to other users.
- Information which you publish on the site: This will be visible to other users of the site and may be listed in search engine results.
- The time and date of your last login to the site.
Technical details in connection with visits to this website are logged for statistical purposes. The technical details logged include:
- The IP address of a visitor.
- Search terms or links followed to reach the site.
This technical information will be used only by diagram.wiki and only for statistical purposes or other administrative purposes.
Retention of Personal Information
Please note that any information that you provide will only be held for as long as necessary for the purpose for which it was provided.
Where a nuisance user persists, I reserve the right to use email addresses and IP addresses to identify the user and halt the nuisance.
Information you publish
Any information which you publish on the site will be available worldwide to anyone with access to the website.
Anonymous / pseudonymous users
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Glossary of technical terms used
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