Privacy Policy, Terms & Conditions

The Users of the Site and Application agree to respect the intellectual property of Maily, and the present General Conditions of Use. They undertake not to perform an activity that competes with Maily and accept that Maily may interrupt, suspend or change the services accessible on the Site or Application at any time.

Title I - Introduction

1. Definitions and identification of the various participants

Goodnews.is is the provider of the Services defined below, operating on the one hand from the Maily Internet platform, made up of a computer system and a database specifically designed for the Services, accessible at the URL address http://www.maily.com and, on the other hand, an application for touchscreen tablets (the Application).

The private limited company Goodnews.is is registered with the Companies Register under number 0839.445.621 and its registered office is situated at 79 avenue des Nerviens, 1040 Brussels, support@maily.com.

In the context of the present general conditions, the following definitions apply:

  • “Person in Charge”: any person authorised to register a Child with the Services and who has parental authority over the Child. The Person in Charge is automatically a Contact of the Child.
  • “Child”: any minor making use of the Services.
  • “Contact”: any person in the address book of Children and able to communicate with these last-mentioned through Maily.
  • “Users”: the Persons in Charge, the Children and the Contacts considered collectively.

2. Application of the General Conditions

By registering for the Services, the Persons in Charge and the Contacts agree to be bound by all of the General Conditions, which they confirm having fully read and understood. The Persons in Charge shall ensure respect of the General Conditions by the Children and shall be responsible for this.

In the event of the adaptation, amendment or a new version of the present General Conditions, the Users shall be advised of this and must confirm their acceptance of the new text before being able to use the Services. If a User refuses to accept the General Conditions, he may not or may no longer make use of the Services for as long as he has not accepted them.

The new General Conditions shall apply by default until acceptance or rejection of them.

Title II – Services of Maily

3. Definition of the Services

The Application is essentially intended for children. It requires a touch screen tablet (iOS only), and a connection to the Internet.

Maily is a platform that enables electronic messages to be sent in the form of drawings, photographs, graphic montages based on models and elements provided, texts, etc, (hereinafter the Messages) that a Child sends from the Application to a pre-established list of Contacts. The Contacts are added to the Children’s address books on invitation only and with the consent of the Persons in Charge.

The Contacts answer via the Site, or the Application, to the exclusion of their current electronic message software.

All of the functions of the Services are accessible via the Application.

The following Services are also accessible on the Site:

  • for Contacts: accepting an invitation, replying to a message;
  • for Persons in Charge: approving or rejecting Messages (provided that function is activated), approving or rejecting Contacts.

Title III - Registrations

4. Downloading the Application

Prior to any registration, the Person in Charge must download the Application.

The Application is available on iPad (hereinafter the Device). It is only possible to install a single Application per Device.

5. Registration of the Person in Charge

Once the Application is installed on the Device, any person who wants to use the Services of Maily must register and create a Profile containing his personal data. Registration of the Person in Charge is an essential prerequisite.

In order to register, the Person in Charge must give his email address and a password, enabling him after activation and acceptance of the General Conditions to create an “Administration” account in his own name by specifying the following details: surname, email address. This account is protected by a specific password.

Personal data in relation to the Person in Charge are processed in accordance with Title*** hereof. Such data are strictly personal and non-transferable.

The Person in Charge guarantees that he is of majority age and that his identification details are correct. He also guarantees that the provisions of the present General Conditions are compatible with the mandatory and public order provisions of the legislation which are applicable to him and that he may freely accept them.

An email is sent by Maily to the address indicated by the Person in Charge in order to confirm his registration. The Person in Charge may then access his Profile via the Application.

6. Password of the Person in Charge

The Person in Charge chooses a specific password to access his Profile on Maily. The password of the Person in Charge is strictly personal, confidential and non-transferable. It may not be divulged to or shared with third parties. This password is also necessary to launch the Application.

This password differs from the numerical code which may optionally be used to block access by Children to the functions of the Application which are reserved for the Person in Charge, once the Application is launched.

The Person in Charge alone is responsible for the confidentiality of his password and releases Maily from any responsibility in this respect. The Person in Charge undertakes to change his password if it is suspected that his confidentiality has been compromised.

7. Registration of Children

With his registration, the Person in Charge confirms and guarantees that he has parental authority over the Children he intends to register for the Services. The Person in Charge likewise confirms that any other holders of parental authority approve this registration, and indemnifies Maily against any redress on the part of the latter.

The Person in Charge is responsible for the messages sent by the Children that he has registered.

To register a Child, the Person in Charge must state the surname and forename of the Child and his date of birth.

Registration is free of charge.

The Person in Charge must also add a picture or a photograph identifying the Child, which shall be linked to the latter's Profile and shall appear in the list of Messages received by the Contacts, and in their respective address books.

8. Profile options for the Person in Charge

From his Profile in the Application, the Person in Charge has access to the following functions:

  • changing the name of the Person in Charge.
  • changing the email of the Person in Charge.
  • changing the password of the Person in Charge.
  • adding or removing Children.
  • adding or removing a Contact from the Child's list.
  • activating or deactivating receipt of a copy of any Message of the Child.
  • approving or refusing the sending of a Message beforehand: by default this option shall be deactivated.
  • deleting Messages received or sent by the Child.
  • changing the name of the Child.
  • change the profile photograph of the Child.
  • accepting or refusing the appearance of the Child in the search results of Users of the Application: by default the Child shall be visible.
  • accepting or refusing automatic notifications (Push): activated by default.

9. Creation of the list of Contacts

Once registered, the Person in Charge draws up the address book of each Child. Only the people identified by the Person in Charge can be Users of the Services and communicate with the Child via Maily.

The Person in Charge is automatically added to the list of Contacts of the Child. When the Person in Charge registers several Children, they are automatically added to the Contacts of each other.

It is possible to register a different Contact list for each Child using the same Application. The Person in Charge may decide to add Contacts only in the Child’s address book or also in their own address book. The Person in Charge may automatically add the list of Contacts of one Child to another Child.

Contacts are added to the address books of Children after acceptance, via the Application or the Site, of an invitation from the Person in Charge. An invitation is accepted on the email address to which the Contact was invited.

The invitation is sent either directly to the Contact’s email address or via a search of existing Persons in Charge accessible in the Application. That search in the Application enables the names of Persons in Charge and Children associated with the person searched to be displayed.

When the Person in Charge tries to add to the Child’s address book another Person in Charge of other Children who are already registered with Maily, the system automatically offers to extend the addition of the latter.

The address book is saved on the Maily servers.

Persons in Charge agree to the name and forename of their Children and their visual identification being provided under their own name when they are searched by another Person in Charge for the purposes of adding Contacts.

The Contacts do not need to download the Application or have a Device to use the Services. They must however have access to the Internet.

Nevertheless, in order to be able to send a Message to the Child in the address book concerned, other than by replying to a Message from that Child, and to manage his Profile, the contact must have the Application.

The Contact confirms his identity and agrees to be among the Child's Maily contacts.

The Contact must also confirm his acceptance of the present General Conditions in order to be registered.

A Contact may nonetheless reply to a Message from a Child via the site only, provided he is registered.

When the Contact is a Child, it is his Person in Charge who receives the invitation request and who must accept or refuse it. When the Person in Charge has not accepted the said invitation, his Child does not receive the Messages sent to it but the Person in Charge receives a copy when the invitation has not been accepted. The Child shall receive all the Messages once his Person in Charge has accepted the invitation to add as a Contact.

The Contact Profile is accessible with his email address and a password, defined on registration. This Profile is only accessible with the Application, and permits a change of his photograph shown in the Child’s list of Contacts, choice of the name under which he shall be designated in the Child’s address book, to change his Contact email address and to deregister from the Application.

This Contact may then communicate with different Maily accounts who have added him as a Contact.

10. Addition of photographs

For the convenience of the children, the Contacts are identified in the Child's address book in the Application with a photograph or other image identifying them. The Contact authorises this use of his image, and of the photograph he chose at the time of his registration.

The Contact and the Person in Charge may later select another photograph or image depicting him or, for the Person in Charge, representing the Children. Such a change of photograph only has effect for the future.

11. Control of the Person in Charge

In his profile, the Person in Charge may select a filter enabling him:

  • to be sent a copy of any Message sent or received by the Child;
  • to approve Messages before being sent by the Child;
  • to approve Messages before being received by the Child.

These filters are deactivated by default.

The Person in Charge receives the draft Message at the email address of his Profile and must approve or reject the sending of it by connecting to his Maily Profile via the link provided.

12. Parental code

The Person in Charge may provide a four-digit parental code which shall be necessary once the Application is opened by his password (cf. above) in order to access his Profile.

Title IV – Sending Messages and options

13. Sending Messages

The Child may create a Message by using the default options provided by the Application or the fee-based options if the Person in Charge has added them to his Maily account.

Once the Message has been completed, the Child may send it to one or more of his Contacts that he selects in his address book. It is not possible to send a Message to an external email address or to a Contact not contained in the Child’s address book.

The Contact who receives the Message may reply to it via the link provided in the Message, and either by connecting to his Profile on the Site or via the Application if he is using his Device.

The Contact's reply to the Message shall only be sent to that Child. The other Contacts who have received the same Message from the Child shall not receive a copy of the reply from the Contact.

Messages may be exchanged either between Applications or between the Application and the Site (Web interface). It is not possible to send a Message from Web interface to Web interface.

The Messages and the Children’s address books are saved securely on the Maily server, and synchronised with the Device on which the Application is installed.

14. Fee-based options

The Application and the Site can be used free of charge.

However, certain additional options of the Application may be fee-based, at the discretion of Goodnews.is.

Title V – Protection of data of a personal nature

15. Processing of data of a personal nature

The parties agree and are aware of the fact that the Internet is not a completely secure means of information, and that consequently a complete guarantee regarding the respect of their private life and data of a personal nature encoded on the Site or in the Application, such as surname, forename, email address, etc, (the Data) cannot be assured.

However, Maily shall do its utmost however to guarantee observance of the provisions of the Act of 8 December 1992 on the protection of private life with regard to the processing of data of a personal nature. The identity of Maily, the processing manager, is stated in article 1.

For the entire duration of his registration to the Services, the Users undertake to inform Maily of any changes to their own Data and to make the necessary modifications on the Site or in the Application to keep the Profile up-to-date as soon as possible.

The Data gathered by Maily are intended to be processed by Maily who may collect them, manage them, use them, communicate them, store them, integrate them in its own database and process them automatically for the purpose of operating the Site and providing the Services. Maily may use these Data to identify and contact the parties, manage the clientele, integrate the Data in databases to facilitate the processing and integrate Messages.

The Data are subject to computer processing. They are only provided to third parties with the prior express authorisation of the person concerned.

By accepting the present General Conditions, the Parties authorise, without restriction, the transfer of their Data to a non-member country of the European Union that does not provide an equivalent level of protection to that applicable in Belgium, in accordance with article 22 § 1.1° of the Act of 8 December 1992 on the protection of private life with respect to the processing of data of a personal nature.

Maily reserves the right to exploit these Data anonymously, in particular for the purpose of studies, statistics and analysis and the publication of these last-mentioned.

16. Obligation of the Contacts

Without prejudice to the legal provisions, Users with access to data of a personal nature undertake to respect the confidentiality of these data, and not to exploit them in a way that is incompatible with the purpose of the Service as described in these presents, or without the authorisation of the persons concerned. This usage is under the sole and entire responsibility of the persons concerned, who release Maily in this respect.

17. Access, rectification and deletion of data of a personal nature

The parties have a right to delete and rectify the Data concerning them, using the edit or delete option of their Profile or by sending an electronic mail to support@maily.com.

The deletion of part of the compulsory Data of the Profile is equivalent to deregistration.

18. Technical protection of data of a personal nature

All precautions have been taken in the Maily databases to archive the Data in a secure environment, which is only accessible with a username and password. The employees with access to the Data are bound by a contractual confidentiality obligation with respect to the personal data. Maily uses a secure Internet and intranet connection in accordance with practices, and shall do its utmost to provide technical protection against the destruction, loss, modification and unauthorised access to the Data. Data are not encrypted.

19. Conservation of data of a personal nature

After termination or deregistration of Users, Maily may, at its entire discretion, keep the Data submitted regarding the registration to the Services for twelve additional months, for reports, verifications or consultations.

Once the personal Data have been deleted, Maily only keeps summary anonymous data for statistical purposes.

Title VI – Deregistration

20. Deregistration conditions

The Contacts may deregister their Maily account at any time and the Persons in Charge may, at any time, deregister their Child(ren) from Maily or terminate their account, free of charge and without compensation, by using the Application. If a Contact does not have the Application, he must ask Maily for deregistration at the address support@maily.com. Purchases of unused options are not reimbursed.

The deregistration of a Person in Charge results in the automatic deregistration of the Children registered by this Person in Charge, and the Contacts of these Children.

After deregistration, Messages are dissociated from the accounts concerned but are not deleted from the Maily server, so that they may be archived (including the identity of their senders and recipients). It is no longer possible to access them, even by reregistering.

The deregistration of a Child results in the deregistration of the Contacts of this Child.

This deregistration may in any event be done by sending an email to the address info@maily.com. This may also be done via the Profile management page.

This deregistration is done manually by Maily and may take a few days.

The deletion of the Application from the Devices does not result in deregistration from the Services.

Title VII– Responsibilities relating to the use of the Site and the Application

21. Obligations and responsibilities of the Parties

With regard to the use of the Service and the consultation of the Site, the Contacts undertake, in a general way, to respect the applicable laws and the present general conditions and not to infringe the rights of third parties.

Consequently, without prejudice to the other provisions of these presents, each Contact undertakes without reservation:

  • Not to use the site for commercial purposes (prospecting, etc).
  • To only provide information that corresponds to reality and to regularly update it.
  • To only divulge information relating to his private life and his person whose distribution and disclosure he considers shall not harm his rights and are not prejudicial to him.
  • To only provide information and data that he is empowered and authorised to disclose and use in relation to the Services.
  • Not to divulge his password to a third party.
  • Not to communicate or distribute, in any form or nature whatsoever, content that infringes the rights of third parties or which is of a defamatory, injurious, threatening, obscene, offensive, hateful or violent nature, or which incites violence, or is of a political, racist, xenophobic, vulgar or pornographic nature, or any content which in general does not correspond to the Services of Maily.
  • Not to communicate content that constitutes a breach of criminal law, in particular child pornography, paedophilia, debauchery, racism, xenophobia, advertising for offers of services of a sexual nature, the sale of narcotics, etc.
  • Not to communicate content that infringes the intellectual property rights of third parties or other rights and interests of third parties.
  • To display moderation and ethics in all messages, documents and communications sent through the Site.
  • Not to make publicity or commercial communications, or which promote any goods or services whatsoever.
  • Not to send chain messages or to do spamming.
  • Not to promote sites, that directly compete with Maily.
  • To behave faithfully towards Maily, the other Candidates and Addressees.
  • Not to reduce, disorganise or prevent the normal use of the Site Services, in particular by interrupting and/or slowing down access to the Site or the circulation of information by means such as viruses, mass sending of messages, “deep link”, “page scrape”, “robot”, “spider” or any other means, program, method, algorithm, that could interfere with the operation of the Site.
  • Not to propose links to or promote third-party sites of an illegal nature, that are contrary to accepted standards of good behaviour, or which do not comply with the spirit of Maily.
  • Not to adopt any other improper or illegal attitude that is contrary to accepted standards of good behaviour, public policy or the good management of the Site or which is able to harm the rights of third parties.

In the event of the non-observance of the principles set out above, or the General Conditions, Maily reserves the right to immediately deactivate the account of the User responsible, to prohibit subsequent access to and registration on the Site, and to claim payment of all compensation in order to compensate for the damage suffered by Maily further to the non-observance of these provisions.

22. Responsibility of Maily

Maily expressly declines all responsibility in the event of the non-observance of the obligations of the Users or in the event of damage caused by them. If applicable, the User at fault or responsible shall indemnify Maily against any redress by third parties or any judgement pronounced against it.

Maily is not responsible either for the erroneous nature of certain Data provided by Users in relation to their registration.

Maily has no general surveillance obligation regarding the information that it sends or stores, nor any general obligation to actively search for the facts or circumstances revealing illicit activities, in accordance with article 21 of the Act of 11 March 2003 on certain legal aspects of services of the information society.

In the event of the publication of illicit content on the Site, Maily may only be held responsible if it actually knew of the illicit activity or information, and if it has not responded promptly, as of the time of it knowing of all details required to withdraw the illicit information or to make access to it impossible.

Maily may be asked to give the competent judicial or administrative authorities information enabling them to identify the Contacts in the event of illicit activities being performed from the Site, with observance of the applicable procedures.

Maily does not guarantee that the Services shall be accessible if the Internet service provider of the Contacts or the Child is at fault. Maily is not responsible for the lack of operation, impossibility of access, or poor conditions of Devices imputable to unsuitable equipment, malfunctions due to the service provider of the Contacts or the Child, congestion on the Internet network, malfunctions of the host and service provider of Maily, or for any other reason not arising exclusively from a fault directly attributable to Maily. Maily declines all responsibility in the event of the loss of data due to the poor operation of the Site or the Application.

Maily may temporarily interrupt access to the Site or the Services for maintenance, updates, technical improvements or development of the content or its presentation.

Maily may include links on the Site or in the Application to other websites or other Internet sources. However, Maily is not able to verify or check these external sources and may not be held responsible for the provision of these sites or sources, or their content, advertisements, products or services offered. The Contacts consult them at their risk and under their own responsibility.

Equally, Maily does not guarantee the continuity of its Services.

The Parties release Maily from any responsibility in the event of any damage or harm whatsoever further to the non-observance of the obligations that they enter into by accepting the General Conditions.

Title VIII – General Provisions

23. Intellectual property regarding the Site and the Application

The interface, typography, logos, graphics, photographs, animations, icons, sounds, videos, characters, texts, etc, of the Site and the Application are the exclusive intellectual property of Maily or its partners, and may not be reproduced, used or represented without its prior written authorisation. The same goes for the Maily database and its content, and for the source codes of the Site and the Application, as well as for any software enabling the operation of the Application.

The right to use these elements, granted to the Users, is limited to the access to the Services, downloading and printing Messages and reproduction of these on all supports for private usage, only for the purpose of using the Services.

Except in the cases expressly provided by the General Conditions, the Users are prohibited from modifying, copying, reproducing, downloading, distributing, transmitting, decompiling or compiling, commercially exploiting or distributing, in whatever form, the pages or parts of pages of the Site or the Application or the computer codes of the underlying elements.

Maily and its logo are registered trademarks of Goodnews.is.

24. Intellectual property regarding the Messages

The Messages and their contents are the intellectual property of the Users.

25. Image rights

The Messages sent from the Application may contain photographs and drawings.

The Persons in Charge agree to these photographs being sent to the addressees of the Messages, to the photographs being saved on the computer server of Maily, and if applicable to them being shared on the computer platforms of social networks. They indemnify Maily against any redress in this respect. The same applies to images.

26. Compatibility with the rules of COPPA (Children’s Online Privacy Protection Act) [1]

The Maily system is compatible with the COPPA rules, as no personal information is collected directly from the Children. All of the Data is collected directly and only from the Persons in Charge, who guarantee that they exercise parental authority over the Child.

The personal Data relating to the Children are not communicated to third parties without the express consent of the Person in Charge in accordance with the present General Conditions, particularly in relation to Contact searches.

27. Statistics

Maily is authorised to gather anonymous statistics related to the use of the Services by Users.

28. Termination by Maily

Maily may, without prior notice or indemnity, deactivate the account of a User in the event of the non-observance of the rules stated in the General Conditions or in the event of fraud. The deactivation of the Profile is without prejudice to any legal action or claim for compensation that may be made by Maily to safeguard its interests. This termination is equivalent to, and produces the same effects as a deregistration of the Party concerned.

Application of the preceding paragraph shall not give rise to any indemnification of the User or any reimbursement of sums which may have been paid by the User.

The deregistration of the Person in charge or one or more of the Children results in the deregistration of the Children linked to his Profile.

29. Final provisions

The present General Conditions constitute a contract governing the relations between Maily and the Users.

If certain provisions of these presents turn out to be null and void, the other non-invalidated provisions shall continue to apply.

Without prejudice to other provisions hereof, Maily may amend the present General Conditions at any time and without notice. The Users shall ensure they are always familiar with and have validated the latest version, which is accessible on the Site and in the Application.

The present General Conditions are without prejudice to the application of the General Conditions of the Apple Store for downloading the Application and any fee-based options.

30. Applicable law and competent jurisdiction

The present General Conditions are subject to Belgian law.

In the event of disputes relating to these General Conditions, the use of the Site, the Application or the Services, only the courts of the legal district of Brussels ruling in the French language shall have jurisdiction.

[1] Only applicable in the USA

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