Art. 1 - The User guarantees that the Personal Data provided to AriaMus is truthful, also that he or she will communicate to AriaMus any changes in them.
SOLE PARAGRAPH - Changes to the User's registration data may be made directly from the user's control panel on the website www.ariamus.com
Art. 2 - ARIAMUS ensures best practices for protection to the users' data, and will not divulge any personal information of the users to third parties.
SOLE PARAGRAPH - Nevertheless, should there be a formal request by any Public Authority, deemed as duly substantiated, the User expressly authorizes ARIAMUS to forward such requested data to the requestor, regardless of prior notification to the User.
Art. 3 - Bearing in mind that AriaMus is a file sharing site only, the User is responsible for all files sent to the site. AriaMus is not responsible for plagiarism of published material and files susceptible to author's awareness.
FIRST PARAGRAPH - Any files indicted for plagiarism through a formal communication from the author or responsible for the work published on the Portal, will be automatically removed from the website's score database.
SECOND PARAGRAPH - The User who sends any type of content to the AriaMus not consistent with the activity of the Portal will be banned from our system without prior notice.
Art. 4 - AriaMus may use "cookies" when a User accesses Portal pages and websites. The "cookies" that can be used on the Portal's web pages are associated only with the browser of a specific computer, not providing references that allow deducting the User's name and surnames. Due to "cookies", it is possible that AriaMus recognizes Users who have registered in previous use of pages, which allows them not to have to register every time a new visit occurs. The User has the possibility to configure his browser to be warned, on their computer screen, about the receipt of "cookies" and to prevent their installation on their hard drive. Information pertinent to this configuration is available in instructions and manuals of the browser itself.
Art. 5 - AriaMus reserves the right to modify this policy to adapt it to changes in current commercial practices. In any case, AriaMus will publish on the homepage of its website any changes introduced with reasonable advance to its implementation.
Questions, complaints or suggestions to AriaMus may be sent through the Portal's website (www.ariamus.com) through the CONTACT section.
São Paulo - Brazil, 23 of February , 2024