Terms and Conditions

Access to any of the websites owned by OI or any of its subdomains is subject to the following legal terms and conditions set forth below ("Terms and Conditions"), in addition to all laws in force.

Access to websites constitutes full acceptation of these Terms and Conditions.
Purpose and Use
OI maintains its website for informative and communication, teaching and communication purposes. Therefore, the content and data available on the websites are for personal, non-commercial use. In addition, websites provide specific information and multimedia elements protected by the producers copyright and image protection of stakeholders. Its appropriation without OI’s express consent and/or its legal representative is improper and is subject to the application of the legislation in force and to the consequences of its misuse. The contents, structure and all material or intellectual property elements are the property of the OI, except in cases that are duly marked. Reproduction for purposes other than the institution’s information and/or communication is prevented without prior authorization.
In any case will OI be responsible for any party or for any direct, indirect, special or consequential damage arising from the use of the website, in situations of inappropriate use of the edited content. OI will also not be responsible for any damages or viruses that may affect computers and other property due to access, use or navigation on websites or downloads of any materials, data, texts, images, videos or audio from these websites.
Warranty and changes
The content and information of OI websites may contain technical inaccuracies or typographical errors. The content and information may be changed or updated without notice. OI may also make improvements and/or modifications to the elements described and published at any time without notice. OI does not warrant that your use of content and information from the websites does not infringe third parties rights not related to the OI. OI undertakes to review and update the content whenever it seems necessary such intervention, not being this activity a previous information obligation towards the users. OI reserves the right to modify the website at any time, for any reason and without notice.
Intellectual Property Rights
The websites, their content and information, as well as trademarks, logos and trade names are duly protected by the legislation in force, in particular, by the Laws of Industrial Property and Copyright. Therefore, any unauthorized use of the websites, their content and information, as well as the trademarks, logos and trade names, including, but not limited to, reproduction, adaptation, alteration, distribution of copies, presentation, will consist of infringement of OI’s intellectual rights, answering the infringer, civilly and criminally, for all damages it causes to OI and third parties. Any questions related to OI intellectual rights as well as requests for permission to use should be sent to the following email address: ioriente@iscsp.ulisboa.pt
External links
OI is not responsible for any other website that may have been accessed through its websites. By accessing a website outside the OI domain, you understand and acknowledge that it is independent of the OI and that the OI has no control over the content of that website. Furthermore, a link to a non-OI site does not constitute endorsement or acceptance of any responsibility regarding to its content or use of such website.
Specific Terms of Use
Some sections of the websites may contain additional restrictions on use or access. In these situations, the use of the sections and access to the material contained will be subject to specific terms of use. In the event of a conflict, specific terms of use shall prevail over the Terms and Conditions.
Revisions of the Terms and Conditions
The OI may, at any time, without notice, review and update the Terms and Conditions.
Applicable Law and Jurisdiction
The Constitution of the Portuguese Republic, the Copyright and Related Rights Code and the Industrial Property Code, the General Data Protection Regulation and all inherent and associated legislation that protects the Fundamental Principles of Civil Law and all other rights apply.