1. Services provided by KPS
The service shall be provided taking into account the technical and operational capabilities of the service. This provision does not, however, imply that the service will be available at all times and without interruption. In particular, the transmission speed during use depends on the network load, the transmission speed of the selected servers and the number of users at the respective access point. There is no obligation to grant access or to provide the service. KPS reserves the right to discontinue, restrict or change the service at any time without justification. KPS can block certain websites and/or ports at any time at its own discretion.
The data transfer between the access-point and the end device of the respective user is not encrypted. There is therefore a risk that third parties may gain unauthorized access to the data transmitted between the user and access-point. The user should therefore use appropriate security tools (e.g. VPN tunnel, SSL encryption).
3. Duties of the user
The user is obliged to observe the statutory provisions when using the service and in particular not to take any actions which could impair or damage the smooth operation of the service or the data networks and systems of KPS, in particular not to place a disproportionately high load on the systems.
The user is responsible to KPS and third parties for the content which he/she retrieves or posts via the access-point or which is distributed in any way. The contents are not subject to any verification by KPS.
In case of concrete indications of a breach of duty KPS is entitled to immediately block the user's access to the service.
4. Data protection
The use of the service is always anonymous. KPS does not collect any personal data in order to provide the service. Only in the event of a disruption to the service or misuse of the service may it be necessary to temporarily store the MAC address of the terminal device and, if applicable, the log data ("log files") regarding the type and scope of use of the service. However, even this data cannot usually be directly assigned to a specific person.