Polai – Pula places the copyright on all its own content (textual, visual and audio material, databases, etc.). Unauthorized use of any part of the Website is considered to be a violation of the copyright of the Polai – web site and is subject to the lawsuit. Unauthorized use of any part of the Polai – website without the permission of the copyright owner (Polai –, partners, users …) is considered a copyright infringement and is subject to a lawsuit. Polai – uses in its work also photographs of third parties whose use is licensed. Some of the photos have been downloaded from licensed internet services like, their download from Polai – and further use is not allowed.

Links to external pages

Polai – contains links to web pages outside of your own web site. Polai – links are published in good faith and can not be deemed to be responsible for content outside of this web site.

Comment Policies on Polai –

Users of the site when entering the Polai – site and in its use agree to comply with the Facebook Terms and Conditions, available at Users should note that third party disclosure on a page does not always reflect the views and opinions of the Administrator or the Inner, and as Administrator we do not acknowledge their accuracy.

In accordance with the Policies and Conditions of Facebook, and the Code of Conduct and the Principle of Polai –, we reserve the right to remove inappropriate, destructive, offensive, vulgar and socially irresponsible comments or any other disclosure, to the transfer of published content and the right to block users Which, in the opinion of the Administrator, hinder other users or publish content that is offensive or damaging to users, administrators, or brands.

Administrator će na stranici ukloniti sve objave za koje procijeni da su:

  • Abusive, disturbing, threatening or otherwise violating the rights of other users, administrators, or individuals as legal entities (such as privacy and freedom of expression)
  • Slander, mislead, reckless, insulting, content or content that displays violence,
  • Contain hate speech about racial, sexual, religious and political or ethnic origin, or insult some person,
  • False, misleading, misleading or illegal,
  • Sarcastic or intentionally disturb the discussion,
  • Violates copyrights or intellectual property,
  • Fall into the category of spam (spam)
  • Contain or transmit files with viruses or programs that can disrupt the work of a user’s program / PC,
  • Commercial nature that is not in line with the brand or promotes donations,
  • Contain links to redirect users to another website that is not linked to the Administrator or the brand,
  • Contain incorrect information about the source of the revelation.
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