With your e-mail address and password, logging in to the Thingsdata portal is easy and safe. The Thingsdata portal is only accessible to authorized users. Anyone who uses this portal or the data contained therein without having been granted the right to use it, is acting unlawfully and will be prosecuted by the owner. If you want to add more users, please let us know at firstname.lastname@example.org.
By logging in to the Thingsdata portal you allow your actions to be logged and you agree to our terms and conditions.
- Agree with the terms and conditions;
- Agree with the data processing agreement;
- Agree to the storage of personal data;
- Agree to receive communications from Thingsdata.
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We appreciate your trust in Thingsdata. By providing clear information, we want to ensure that you are fully aware of your rights and obligations.
Despite the constant care and attention we devote to the composition of the Thingsdata portal, it is possible that information published on this site is incomplete or contains imperfections. The information on this website is regularly supplemented and checked. Any changes can be made at any time with immediate effect and without any notice.
We cannot guarantee that the information on this website is suitable for the purpose for which it is consulted by you. All information is offered in the state in which it actually is and without any (implicit) guarantee or guarantee with regard to its soundness and suitability for a particular purpose or otherwise.
We exclude all liability for any direct or indirect damage, of any nature whatsoever, arising from or in any way related to the use of the Thingsdata portal, or the temporary inability to consult this website. We are also not liable for direct or indirect damage resulting from the use of information obtained through this website.
Thingsdata continuously works on the security of the ICT systems. However, it can happen that there is a weak spot in our Thingsdata portal. If you notice a weak spot, we would appreciate it if you would report this via an e-mail to email@example.com.
By reporting the vulnerability before making it known to the outside world, you enable us to take measures first. This is called Responsible Disclosure.