Terms of use

Terms & Conditions:

  • You are responsible for the password of your account, you must keep it secret and secure.
  • You are responsible for all content (text, image, video, etc.) that you submit, publish and post on the GEEKNPLAY website, you are responsible for any action you take using your account.
  • You are not allowed to abuse, harass, threaten, imitate, intimidate other GEEKNPLAY users under penalty of banishment!
  • You are not allowed to share links related to piracy on GEEKNPLAY
  • You are not allowed to send "Explicit" content such as nudity, torture etc… on GEEKNPLAY
  • You should never transmit a worm or code to steal GEEKNPLAY

It is good to know that the GEEKNPLAY site respects the intellectual property of third parties. The content that you will find on our site, are provided to us in agreement with the publishers / communication boxes! As a result, it is illegal to upload content to GEEKNPLAY without our consent and the companies concerned. Any violation of the rules may bring you before the courts for reasons on copyright including severe civil and criminal penalties.

GEEKNPLAY reserves the right to delete accounts that contain content that is illegal, offensive, threatening, defamatory, obscene or otherwise unacceptable or that violates the intellectual property of either party or these Terms of Use.

Cookies:

A cookie is a text file of limited size deposited by the browser and stored on your terminal during your visit to a website. The term cookies is to be taken here in the broad sense and covers all tracers deposited or read during the consultation of the Site, the reading of an e-mail, the installation of software or the use of a mobile application.

There are different forms of cookies that GEEKNPLAY can use as persistent or temporary.

To delete them, simply:

  • When the browser is closed, if the cookie is not persistent.
  • When the expiration date of the cookie is exceeded.
  • When the expiration date of the cookie is changed (by the server or script) to a date of the past.
  • When the browser deletes the cookie at the request of the user.

The GEEKNPLAY team.

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