Terms of Use

Definitions

  1. The “Service” means any application, API, or service provided by Digg Desktop that allows for users to receive digital services by participating in a distributed-computing network by sharing their computing power and bandwidth.

  2. The “Distributed-Computing Network” means the aggregate of pooled computing being contributed by users.

  3. “Users” mean the account applicants or persons who use the service to access Digg Desktop.

  4. “Digg Desktop” means the desktop application which is distributing the service.

  5. “Opt-in” means a modal, popup, widget, or landing page that lets a user opt-in to using the service in order to redeem an offer from or donate to a publisher.

  6. “Websites” are publisher-owned properties that are utilized to distribute the service.

  7. “Traffic” is the supply of users from publishers’ websites to the Service.

By installing Digg Desktop, you agree to the following terms of service:

  1. You must not use the Service for any illegal purpose.

  2. You must not reverse-engineer, exploit, or otherwise attack the Service.

  3. Attempting to reverse-engineer, exploit, or spam the Service will lead to disabling access to the Service and appropriate legal action being taken depending on severity.

  4. We reserve the right to terminate your use of the Service at any time for any reason.

  5. We are not responsible for damages to you, your servers, or your hardware caused directly or indirectly by use of the Service.

  6. You may only download the Service from Websites that are authorized to offer the Service. We are not liable for damages caused by downloading imposter services from non-verified publishers.

  7. Users must be presented Opt-in to use the Service. If you download or install the Service from a non-verified publisher or without seeing clear Opt-in, we will terminate your access to the Service.

  8. If a website has you download or install the Service without presenting Opt-in, please contact us immediately.

  9. Complete terms of service for Users and Publishers can be found here.

Security and bug bounty

If you find a security flaw or bug, please responsibly report it to us. Depending on the severity of the security flaw or bug, we may reward you with a monetary bounty.