1. spl.ink (the "Service") is a free service to shorten and simplify internet addresses ("URLs"), obtaining a new URL (the "spl.ink") redirecting to original URL.
2. The use of the Service is allowed after registration. Registration is free. Upon registration the User are requested: a) name; b) a pseudonym (or username) chosen by the User; c) a password chosen by the User; d) a valid email address.
3. The Service may only be used to shorten and simplify actual URLs.
4. spl.ink created by the Service are granted for personal use. It's possible share them with others or publish them without limitations, but the only one responsible for any consequence arising from their use is the person who has them created and / or shared and / or published, except as provided in Article 5.
5. You acknowledge the Service, relieving it by any liability arising directly or indirectly, the right to show the spl.ink created by the User even in the pages of research open to everyone and to show the original URL wich points the spl.ink.
6. Using the Service for spamming or illegal purposes is forbidden and any such use will result in the Service being disabled and User may be reported to all ISPs involved and to the proper governmental agencies.
7. The Service is provided without warranty of any kind. We have the right to delete, remove or modify any link created by the Service without prior notice.
8. We cannot guarantee that will exist forever. As a result, spl.ink created by the Service may stop working for reasons beyond our control.
9. The user who has requested to the Service the creation of one or more spl.ink is the solely responsible for any kind of direct or indirect damages resulting from the use spl.ink themselves, even in case of their failure.
10. We strictly protect your Privacy: outside the cases provided for in Article 6, we promise never in any way, share or otherwise transfer to third parties the personal data referred to in subparagraphs c) and d) of Article 2. The data referred to in a) and b) of the same Article can be shown in the search pages referred to in Article 5.