On the basis of the law governing copyright and related rights, the ESS is the holder of copyrights of the content of intellectual property rights in the widest sense (information, documents, photographs, graphic elements, illustrations and other presentation texts), which is published on the ESS website and on its constituent parts and is the property of the ESS or other persons who have transferred the right to use to the ESS.
Information and documents from the ESS websites may be transferred for personal use, whereby the user must not change the copyright and other intellectual or property rights declarations. Information and documents intended for viewing and reading are not allowed to be downloaded and printed for commercial purposes.
Without the explicit written permission of the website owner the information and documents published on the ESS website are not allowed to be copied, reproduced, modified, sent by regular mail or e-mail, nor distributed in any other way.
Moreover, websites, eServices, or their components, may not be used for commercial, illegal, or any other purposes other than those set out in these General Terms and Conditions.
The use of automatic interventions, queries, or other robots, which automatically retrieve information from the ESS websites, applications, portals, or programs, or which otherwise automatically interfere or communicate with websites, applications, portals, or programs, is strictly prohibited. The ESS website, application, portal, and program 'meta' search, except for searches using general search engines, is strictly prohibited.
It is also strictly forbidden to use any element from the ESS websites in any way other than exclusively for personal, non-commercial purposes.
Use of the ESS websites and eServices contrary to the above rules is prohibited.
Where the existence of abusive practices in connection with the indicated rules is suspected, and/or if the user's acts endanger the functioning of eServices, user access to the ESS websites and/or eServices will be limited.
A user using the ESS websites in a way contrary to the rules described above bears full material liability and liability for damages.
In accordance with the provisions of the law governing copyright and related rights, official texts from the legislative, administrative and judicial fields are not copyright protected.