Register on the Friends of Fehmarnbelt website
If you register on the Friends of Fehmarnbelt website, you agree to the following terms and conditions:
It is mandatory to register with your full name and e-mail address. The registration of Organisation, Country and Region is optional but highly appreciated. A photo can be added to your profile following registration and you can change your profile at the website whenever you wish. Should you wish to unregister from this site, please email firstname.lastname@example.org and your profile will be deleted.
Your profile can be viewed by anyone visiting the webpage but your e-mail will not be visible on your profile. Your e-mail will only be used to send you a link confirming your registration and for sending the following should you have chosen to receive so:
- Updates from Friends of Fehmarnbelt
- Daily overview of the news feed on Friends of Fehmarnbelt
- Notification when there are new posts on Speaker’s Corner
The Friends of Fehmarnbelt is a network comprising individuals involved in politics, business, academia and the public sector as well as members of the general public. The aim is to demonstrate support for the Fehmarnbelt Fixed Link and to promote the benefits that the improved infrastructure will bring about for the entire region, from Scandinavia to Northern Germany.
Sign up as a Friend
By signing up as a Friend you agree that your full name will be visible on the list of Friends displayed on the webpage. The list is visible to everyone who visits the webpage.
As a Friend, you will be able to post a blog onSpeaker’s Corner. Should you choose to post a blog or comment on blogs posted by others, your blogs and comments will be visible along with your full name.
Sign up as a Guest
By signing up as a Guest your name will not be on the list of Friends displayed on the webpage.
As a Guest, you will be able to comment on blogs posted by others in Speaker’s Corner. Your comments will be shown along with your full name.
We have a SSL certificate installed on our website, which means that all information between your computer and the server is being encrypted. In that way, your password information will always be safe.
You can read more by clicking on the green locker in the browser window.
We ask that you are respectful in your blogs and comments. We reserve the right to remove anything we deem:
• Abusive or a personal attack;
• Material that is unlawful, obscene, defamatory, threatening, harassing, abusive, slanderous, hateful or embarrassing to any other entity;
• Third party advertising;
• Chain letters or ‘spam’
We also reserve the right to terminate involvement by users who post such content.
For your safety, never include your phone number, email, address or other personal information in a post. Your comments are visible to all.
We encourage visitors to the forum to report any objectionable message to email@example.com. This forum is not monitored 24/7.
The views and opinions expressed on the Friends of Fehmarnbelt websites do not necessarily represent those of the Friends of Fehmarnbelt or STRING. Therefore, we cannot be held responsible for the accuracy or reliability of information posted by external parties.
We do not assume any responsibility for any websites or resources that are linked to our site or that you browse as a result of a referral you gained through a link posted on the website, including the discussion forum.
This site uses Google translation of the website. We assume no responsibility for the accuracy of the translations provided nor for any misunderstandings as a result of the translations provided.
You can use the Contact link on our site to send comments and/or criticisms regarding content posted and we welcome any feedback related to the content and administration of the discussion forum. However, we reserve the right to make the final decisions on all content posted.
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We use technical cookies in order to make sure that you only have to log on to the website once if you are a Friend or Guest, and remain logged onto all the pages until you yourself log out.
We use statistical cookies to optimise the website and its functions by using Google Analytics to analyse your navigation on the website. Once gathered, this information is saved on the Google server.
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CHANGES TO TERMS AND CONDITIONS
Friends of Fehmarnbelt may make changes to the terms and conditions described above for this site. You agree to periodically review the terms and conditions to be aware of any such revisions. Should the revision be unacceptable to you, you agree to stop accessing this site.
If you have questions or concerns about the above, please do not hesitate to contact us on firstname.lastname@example.org.