18 March 2005
The visitor/user of this site has to abide by the European, Greek and International law and the relevant regulations regarding telecommunications and not make an improper and unlawful use of the content and services provided by the site.
Use of services
By submitting material to George A. Papandreou’s Web site the user agrees that a) the material does not contain anything illegal or otherwise improper for publishing and that the rules of deontology listed below will be observed, b) that he will make due efforts to check and eliminate any viruses or any other malicious or destructive material, and c) he is proprietary of the material or has an unlimited right to provide us with and that the Web site can publish it at no charge and/or include it or any of its meanings described in it to the products with no responsibility and accountancy, d) agrees not to proceed against George A. Papandreou in regard to the material he provides and agrees to compensate George A. Papandreou if a third person proceeds against him in regard to the submitted material. The Web site can withdraw, on its own reasoning, at any time any material that is uploaded by the users and does not comply with the above rules.
Terms of deontology
George A. Papandreou’s Web site goal is inherent to the concept of the participative democracy and has as a scope to be a field to promote views. This consideration drives to some desiderata and restrictions of editorial and structural character. Some rules of must be observed by all participants, that is any text that is uploaded, especially in the fields of dialogue and views must comply with the preconditions of that are specified by the Web site. Any offensive or despiteful text and generally speaking any texts that do not conform with the minimum preconditions of respect of persons, views, differentiability and in general do not voice the idea of approach to a civilized and in equal terms dialogue will not be uploaded on the Web site. On the contrary the differentiation of views, concepts and the affidavit of arguments constitute a source of richness. George A. Papandreou and the team that administers the Web site appeals to all who will participate to this form of communication and dialogue to respect these elementary rules of deontology so that through their compliance of these basic principles the dialogue and the exchange of views take place in the framework of respect of opinions and the persons that express them.