Service provider of DiGiKiNDi is
Dr. Lukas Twardon
Phone: +49 521 94594201
DiGiKiNDi is aimed at parents and their children (of about kindergarten age) alike. However, you can only sign up if you are of legal age and have parental authority over the children who use the app. Your children cannot and must not register or use the app without your consent and/or physical presence.
In the app, children can exchange ideas, play, and be creative together - always supported by their parents. In particular, children can send short voice messages, tell their friends what they have done today in a child-friendly way, draw pictures, take part in photo challenges, do a jigsaw puzzle, and swap puzzle pieces. Parents can create groups, invite friends, add siblings, manage the children's profiles, communicate with other parents using the parent board, and approve posts from their children. DiGiKiNDi provides a platform for this and strives to protect the users' data.
To use the service, a parent must create an account. A valid email address is required for this, and you confirm that you are an adult and a parent or legal guardian by entering the year of birth and answering a security question. You also need to enter the child's given name. Additional children profiles can be added to the parent account later. You will receive an email with a temporary password. By logging in with the email address and this password, you consent to the processing of your data and the data of your children.
The use of DiGiKiNDi in the basic version is free and financed by advertising in areas of the app that are primarily aimed at parents. You have the option to sign up for a so-called SuperParent subscription. This will give your children 2 extra puzzle pieces per day for the jigsaw puzzle of the month. In addition, the advertising on the parent board will be removed. The SuperParent subscription is linked to your Google Play account and not to your DiGiKiNDi account. In-app purchases and subscriptions such as the SuperParent subscription are billed through Google Play. The provider is Google Ireland Limited. The terms and conditions of Google Play apply: https://play.google.com/about/play-terms
All property rights associated with DiGiKiNDi belong to Dr. Lukas Twardon. You are not allowed to use the logos, brands, domains, and other intellectual property without my explicit permission. But I do not claim ownership of the content you share on DiGiKiNDi (images, voice messages, texts). You must own the rights to this content. You grant me a royalty-free license to use, reproduce, modify, distribute, and display the content. However, this license is limited to the purpose of operating and providing the service. In the event of infringement of third party intellectual property, I may take action such as deleting content or disabling or deleting the account. You may report infringements by sending an email to firstname.lastname@example.org.
When using DiGiKiNDi, you should always keep in mind that it is a platform for families and children. You are responsible for the content you share. If you share unacceptable content, I may take action such as deleting that content or disabling or deleting your account. In particular, sharing the following content is prohibited:
- insults or false statements of fact about third parties
- illegal, pornographic, threatening, harassing, violence-glorifying, discriminatory, or racist content
- pictures of other persons without the consent of the person or (in the case of children) the parents
- content that violates the privacy rights of others
- content to which you do not have usage rights
- content that is not appropriate for children or even harmful to minors
I do my best to provide you with my services and hope that they are useful and safe. However, you use them at your own risk. I provide the service on an as is and as available basis. This means that I cannot guarantee that DiGiKiNDi will always fulfill its purpose and function securely, error-free, and without interruptions or delays. I am also not liable for any defects, loss of data, or damage to your devices that may occur as a result of using the app. The exclusion of liability does not apply in case of injury to health, body, or life as well as in case of intentional or grossly negligent conduct. I am also liable for the violation of essential obligations arising from the legal relationship with the user (cardinal duties). In this case, liability is limited to the amount of typically foreseeable damage.
The European Commission provides a platform for online dispute resolution (ODR): https://ec.europa.eu/consumers/odr. I am not willing or obliged to participate in dispute resolution procedures before a consumer arbitration board. German law applies, unless you would be deprived of the protection granted by mandatory consumer protection provisions of the country in which you have your habitual residence.
Last modified: 12/17/2020