Terms & Conditions
PLEASE READ THESE TERMS AND CONDITIONS CAREFULLY BEFORE VISITING/ACCESSING ANY OF OUR SITES AS THEY CONTAIN BINDING LEGAL TERMS. BY VISITING/ACCESSING ANY OF OUR SITES, YOU ARE DEEMED TO HAVE FULLY READ, UNDERSTOOD AND AGREE TO THESE TERMS AND CONDITIONS AS MAY BE AMENDED BY US FROM TIME TO TIME.
IF YOU DO NOT AGREE TO ANY OF THESE TERMS AND CONDITIONS, YOU MUST CEASE VISITING/ACCESSING ALL OUR SITES.
All content, graphics, video and soundbites on Techy Apes – Digital Solutions website, (hereinafter referred to as “The Company”) are protected by Malaysian copyright law and international treaties and may not be copied or re-used without the express permission of The Company, which reserves all rights. Re-use of any of such content online for any purpose is strictly prohibited. Permission to use The Company's proprietary content may be granted on a case-by-case basis. Please direct your enquiries to . The materials from the Sites are available for informational and non-commercial offline use only, provided that: the content and/or graphics are not modified, amended or altered in any way whatsoever; all copyright and other notices on any copy are retained; and permission in writing has been granted by The Company. You may not reproduce, upload, display or distribute the content or material from the Sites whether for commercial or personal purposes without the express written permission of The Company.
You may not copy or adapt the HTML code that The Company creates to display pages. It also is covered by The Company's copyright. The "look" and "feel" of the Sites are also trademarks of The Company. This includes but not limited to colour scheme, button shapes, layout, and all other graphical elements.
The Company will not be held liable for any delays, inaccuracies, errors or omissions therefrom or in the transmission or delivery of all or any part thereof or for any damages arising from any of the foregoing.
Among the trademarks and service marks owned by The Company and/or its subsidiaries which shall include but not limited to : Techy Apes – Digital Solutions. All other trademarks and trade names are the property of their respective owners where applicable.
Risk breaching copyright law
Copyright law exists to stop someone from plagiarising another's work. It applies to the internet in the same way as it does to TV, books and the press. Breaking copyright law can result in being taken to court.
On our social media channels, please do not post large chunks of text copied from other sources, as this may be an infringement of copyright. Short quotes to illustrate a point may be permissible, although this is at our discretion.
If you wish to refer to external sources of information, it's better to include a link to an appropriate external website.
In addition to this, postings with heavy text speak or unintelligible language such as codes, are also not allowed as this may disrupt the natural flow of conversation.
Contributing material to any of the Sites’ community with the intention to commit a crime, break the law, or condone or encourage unlawful activity is strictly prohibited.
In addition, we may remove posts which we consider could endanger other users - which shall include but not limited to, offering medical and health advice, or encouraging drug or alcohol abuse or self-harm.
Contain potentially defamatory statements
Defamation laws exist to protect individuals and/or organisations from unwarranted, mistaken, or untruthful attacks on their reputation.
Posting a defamatory statement on our Sites is the same as publishing it in a newspaper or magazine and can result in legal proceedings being commenced.
To avoid legal proceedings being commenced, please ensure that you verify the information in your posting as true and accurate, especially when presenting negative statements as facts. Also, avoid jumping to conclusions, exaggerating or making subtle implications. Remember that adding the word 'allegedly' to a statement does not stop it being defamatory.
Both you and The Company can be held liable if you make a defamatory statement on the Sites. So we will remove comments where we have insufficient evidence to defend publication of your statement. This means the Sites moderators may err on the side of caution when considering some comments.
Are abusive or disruptive
Abusive or disruptive behaviour is not allowed on the Sites. This includes, but shall not be limited to:
Using swear words (including abbreviations or alternative spellings) or other language likely to offend.
Harassing, threatening, or causing distress or inconvenience to any person or people.
Flaming: This means posting something that's angry and mean-spirited.
Trolling: This means saying deliberately provocative things just to stir up trouble.
Infringing the rights of, restrict or inhibit anyone else's use and enjoyment of the Sites.
Attempting to impersonate somebody.
Using multiple accounts to disrupt boards, annoy users, or to avoid pre-moderation.
Bumping or creating duplicate threads, posting in such a way as to cause technical errors, or any other attempts to disrupt the normal flow of conversation. Users who seriously or repeatedly demonstrate such behaviour may have their accounts pre-moderated or permanently restricted and will not be allowed to return.
Comments that contain offensive content are not allowed on the Sites. Racist, sexist, homophobic, disabling, sexually explicit, abusive, or otherwise objectionable material will be removed and if extreme will result in immediate and permanent restriction of your account.
Comments that are unrelated to the subject of the article entry to which you are contributing are considered 'off-topic'.
Please do not contribute off-topic material in subject-specific article, except where an article has designated open post. If your comment has been removed for being off-topic, you may be able to resubmit your comment in a more relevant topic area.
Contain personal details
Including contact or identification details in comments such as phone numbers, postal or email addresses is not allowed on most services. Please do not reveal any personal information about yourself or others as it might inadvertently put you or someone else at risk.
Risk contempt of court
Once a suspect is arrested for an offence, or offences, legal restrictions apply. Please use caution when discussing reports of an arrest or court proceedings. Even linking to archived news stories, blog entries, and comments may be unlawful as Malaysian contempt law, would usually prohibit any reference to the previous conviction(s) of someone facing new court proceedings.
Spamming or flooding is not allowed on the Sites. Spamming means submitting the same or very similar contribution many times across blogs or entries. Flooding comprises a resubmission of your contribution to the same site multiple times.
Please do not use a signature beneath your comment to promote websites, services, products, or campaigns. This will cause your posts to be removed as spam.
Contain unsuitable URLs
For example you should not link to
Unlawful, unsuitable or sexually explicit content.
Websites that require payment to access.
Foreign language content.
Websites that initiate a file download or require additional software in order to view them. This includes .pdf and .mp3 files.
Websites that advertise or promote products
In some cases the moderator will edit out the link/s leaving the rest of the comment visible on the board. If so the link will be replaced by [Unsuitable/ broken URL removed by moderator]
The Company welcomes feedback, both positive and negative, about our programmes and services but please make sure your comments are in line with the above House Rules.
Repeatedly posting personal or offensive comments about individual members of the public or people who work for the Company and its group of subsidiaries and/or companies may be considered harassment. We reserve the right to remove such messages and take action against those responsible.
3. Disclaimers and Warnings
A. Disclaimer Option.
(i) The Company seeks to ensure that information contained in these pages is accurate. However, The Company makes no representations as to accuracy, correctness, completeness, suitability, validity of any information on these pages and will not be liable for any errors, omissions, delay in the information contained in this pages or any other information accessed via any of the Sites, including without limitation, any information reached via links on the Sites to external sites, or any losses, injuries or damages arising from its display or use. All users are strongly encouraged to seek professional advice before relying on any information provided herein.
(ii) The Company shall not be liable in anyway whatsoever for any and all losses or damages which you may suffer including but not limited to any financial and/or information loss.
B. Warning Option.
(i) To avoid disappointment, we encourage you to consult our Terms and Conditions and House Rules before commenting. Please be aware that your comment is subject to these rules as well as our Terms & Conditions and may be removed without prior notice should it violate either of the aforementioned.
(ii) You shall be fully responsible for any losses or damages that you may suffer in anyway whatsoever should you breach any of the terms herein.
You shall not assign or in any other way transfer your rights or obligations under these Terms and Conditions or part thereof. We may assign these Terms and Conditions whether in whole or in part to any third party without prior notice.
No failure or delay in exercising any of our rights under these Terms and Condition will operate as a waiver of such right unless otherwise acknowledged and agreed by us in writing.
6. Governing Law
These Terms and Conditions shall be construed in accordance with and governed by the law of Malaysia and you hereby agree to submit to the exclusive jurisdiction of the Malaysian courts.
7. PRIVACY of Personal Information
8. Contact Us
If there are any questions or concerns regarding this Terms and Conditions or the consent practices outlined herein, please contact us as follows: