READ THE BELOW PARAGRAPH CAREFULLY:
1. THE OFFERING.
1.1 Access and Usages of Offerings.
1.2.1 You must not use the Offering (a) in a way prohibited by law or that would cause You or Us to be out of compliance with applicable law, (b) to violate the rights of others, (c) to try to gain unauthorized access to, test the vulnerability of, or disrupt the Offering or any other service, device, data, account, or network, (d) to distribute spam or malware, (e) in a way that could harm the Offering or impair anyone else’s use of it, (f) in a way intended to work around the Offering’s technical limitations, recurring fees calculation, or usage limits, or (g) for High Risk Activities.
1.2.2 You must not upload into the Offering any content that: (a) may create a risk of harm or loss or damage to any person or property; (b) may constitute or contribute to a crime or a tort; (c) includes any data that is illegal, unlawful, harmful, pornographic, defamatory, infringing, or invasive of personal privacy or publicity rights; (d) contains any data that you do not have a right to upload into the Offering; or (e) is otherwise prohibited as specified in the Agreement.
2. ORDERS, PAYMENT, AND TAXES.
2.1 Orders. 2.1.1 You must (a) set up an authorised account, (b) provide us with all information We need to process your Order and provision the Offering for you, and (c) keep your registration information accurate and complete during the term of the Agreement.
2.1.2 You must pay all charges you incur for your use of the Offering, which may include a committed amount, charges for add-on features, and charges you incur based on actual usage of the Offering. We may not require a purchase order to invoice you for any charges.
Subject to the availability of your active credit balance, you may access the Offerings through your authorized account by entering your Login Credentials. You may use the Offering only for your own benefit. You may not resell or sublicense your entitlement to the Offering.
2.1.3 You may purchase prepaid credits from your account and such credits will be utilized against your usage of the Offerings. The unused credits’ balance, if any, shall expire within twelve (12) months and be forfeited by Us.
2.1.4 All Orders are subject to the Agreement and are not binding until We accept them. An Order will be deemed accepted when We deliver your Login Credentials to the email address associated with your account. All Orders are non-refundable and non-cancellable except as expressly provided in the Agreement. Any refunds to which you are entitled under the Agreement will be remitted to you or to the applicable channel partner.
2.1.5 If a physical object is shipped in connection with the Offering, shipping and delivery terms are Ex Works or as We or channel partner may otherwise specify.
2.1.6 If you pay for an Offering through a credit card, you will be subject to any additional terms presented to you by our third-party credit card payment processor, which will be the merchant of record for that transaction.
2.2 Direct Orders.
2.2.1 This Section 2.2 applies only to Orders directly with Us. If you purchase an entitlement to the Offering through a channel partner, different terms regarding invoicing, payment, and taxes may apply.
2.2.2 Unless You and We agree otherwise in an Order, (a) charges you incur for using the Offering will be governed by the applicable price list at the time of invoicing, and (b) you must pay all undisputed charges no later than 30 days after the date of invoice. If you, in good faith, dispute any charges from Us, you must provide Us with written notice of that dispute within 30 days of the date of the applicable invoice. The notice must specify the basis of your dispute. We will negotiate with you in good faith to resolve the dispute as soon as reasonably practicable. We will not suspend or terminate your access to the Offering because of any unpaid disputed charges while you and We are negotiating in good faith to resolve that dispute.
2.2.3 Offering fees are exclusive of Taxes. You must pay or reimburse Us for all Taxes arising out of the transactions contemplated by the Agreement. If you are required to withhold any Tax from your payment to us, You must gross up your payment so that We receive all sums due in full and free of any deductions. If You are required to pay any Taxes to a taxing authority, You must also provide documentation to us showing that You paid those Taxes. Your contact information provided for the Offering or your payment method will be deemed the place of supply for sales tax, income tax, VAT, and GST purposes.
3. SECURITY MEASURES.
3.2 You are responsible for: (a) ensuring that the Offering and its security is appropriate for Your Content and your intended use; (b) taking and maintaining appropriate steps to protect the confidentiality, integrity, and security of Your Content; (c) any use of the Offering that occurs under Your Login Credentials; (d) Your Content; (e) Your Users’ compliance with the Agreement; and (f) providing any necessary notices to Your Users and obtaining any legally required consents from Your Users regarding their use of the Offering.
3.3 If you become aware that Your Content or any use by a User violates the Agreement, You must promptly remove or suspend use of that content, or suspend the User’s access to the Offering. If You believe Your account has been compromised, You must notify Us as soon as possible by submitting a Service Request. If We reasonably believe a problem with the Offering may be attributable to Your Content or to Your use of the Offering, You must reasonably cooperate with Us to resolve the problem.
4.1 Limited Warranty.
We warrant that, during the Subscription Term, the Offering will perform in accordance with the applicable Documentation, provided that the Offering has, at all times, been used in accordance with the Agreement
OTHER THAN THE LIMITED WARRANTY SET FORTH IN SECTION 4.1, TO THE MAXIMUM EXTENT PERMITTED BY LAW, WE, FOR OURSELVES AND ON BEHALF OF OUR SUPPLIERS, DISCLAIM ALL WARRANTIES, WHETHER EXPRESS, IMPLIED, OR STATUTORY, INCLUDING ANY WARRANTIES OF MERCHANTABILITY, SATISFACTORY QUALITY, FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR PURPOSE, TITLE, AND NONINFRINGEMENT, AND ANY WARRANTIES ARISING FROM COURSE OF DEALING OR COURSE OF PERFORMANCE, RELATING TO THE OFFERING AND TO ALL MATERIALS OR SERVICES PROVIDED TO YOU UNDER THE AGREEMENT, INCLUDING ANY THIRD-PARTY CONTENT. WE AND OUR SUPPLIERS DO NOT WARRANT THAT THE OFFERING WILL BE UNINTERRUPTED OR FREE FROM DEFECTS OR ERRORS, OR THAT THE Offering WILL MEET (OR IS DESIGNED TO MEET) YOUR BUSINESS REQUIREMENTS.
5.1 Indemnification by Us.
5.1.1 We will: (a) defend You against any Infringement Claim; and (b) indemnify You from all fines, damages, and costs finally awarded against You by a court of competent jurisdiction or a government agency, or agreed to in a settlement, regarding any Infringement Claim.
5.1.2 If the Offering becomes or in Our opinion is likely to become the subject of an Infringement Claim We will, at Our option and expense, either (a) procure the rights necessary for You to keep using the Offering, or (b) modify or replace the Offering to make it non-infringing without materially reducing its functionality. If (a) or (b) are not commercially feasible, We may terminate your entitlement to the Offering and refund any prepaid fees prorated for the remaining portion of the then-current Subscription Term.
5.1.3 We will have no obligation to You with respect to any Infringement Claim based on: (a) combination of the Offering with non Barringtons’ product or content, including any of Your Content and/or any Third-Party Content; (b) use of the Offering for a purpose or in a manner in violation of the Agreement; (c) any modification to the Offering not authorized by us; (d) any claim that relates to open source software or freeware technology or any derivative or other adaptation thereof that is not part of the Offering; or (e) any Offering provided on a no-charge basis.
5.1.4 This Section 5.1 states your sole and exclusive remedy and our entire liability for any Infringement Claims.
5.2 Indemnification by You.
5.2.1 You will (a) defend Us against any Third-Party Claim, and (b) indemnify Us from all fines, damages, and other costs finally awarded against Us by a court of competent jurisdiction or a government agency, or agreed to in a settlement, with respect to a Third-Party Claim.
5.2.2 You will (a) defend Us against any Third-Party Claim, and (b) indemnify and hold harmless Us from all fines, damages, and other costs finally awarded against Us by a court of competent jurisdiction or a government agency, or agreed to in a settlement, with respect to any claim arising out of any information or content (falsified information and forged document etc.) provided by You. We are not in any way responsible for falsified information or content (falsified information and forged document etc.) which is uploaded by You, Your client, or contractors to the system.
5.3 Requirements for Indemnification.
The obligations in Sections 5.1 and 5.2 are applicable only if the indemnified party: (a) provides the indemnifying party with notice of any Third-Party Claim or Infringement Claim, as applicable, within a reasonable period after learning of the claim (provided that any delay in providing the notice will relieve the indemnifying party of its indemnification obligations only to the extent that the delay prejudices the indemnifying party); (b) allows the indemnifying party sole control over the defense of the claim; and (c) reasonably cooperates in response to the indemnifying party’s requests for assistance with regard to the claim. The indemnifying party will not, without the indemnified party’s prior written consent, which will not be unreasonably withheld, conditioned, or delayed, enter into any settlement of any claim that obligates the indemnified party to admit any liability, to pay any unreimbursed amounts to the claimant or, with respect to a Third-Party Claim, that would affect any Offering or our business practices or policies.
6. LIMITATION OF LIABILITY.
TO THE MAXIMUM EXTENT PERMITTED BY LAW, IN NO EVENT WILL WE BE LIABLE FOR ANY LOST PROFITS OR BUSINESS OPPORTUNITIES, LOSS OF USE OF THE OFFERING FOR ANY REASON INCLUDING POWER OUTAGES, SYSTEM FAILURES, OR OTHER INTERRUPTIONS, LOSS OF YOUR CONTENT, LOSS OF REVENUE, LOSS OF GOODWILL, BUSINESS INTERRUPTION, OR FOR ANY INDIRECT, SPECIAL, INCIDENTAL, OR CONSEQUENTIAL DAMAGES UNDER ANY THEORY OF LIABILITY, WHETHER BASED IN CONTRACT, TORT, NEGLIGENCE, PRODUCT LIABILITY, OR OTHERWISE. THIS LIMITATION WILL APPLY REGARDLESS OF WHETHER A PARTY HAS BEEN ADVISED OF THE POSSIBILITY OF THOSE DAMAGES AND REGARDLESS OF WHETHER ANY REMEDY FAILS OF ITS ESSENTIAL PURPOSE. BECAUSE SOME JURISDICTIONS DO NOT ALLOW THE EXCLUSION OR LIMITATION OF LIABILITY FOR CONSEQUENTIAL OR INCIDENTAL DAMAGES, THE FOREGOING LIMITATION MAY NOT APPLY.
6.2 Cap on Monetary Liability.
OUR LIABILITY FOR ANY CLAIM UNDER THE AGREEMENT WILL NOT EXCEED THE VALUE OF INSURANCE HELD BY “BARRINGTONS”.
6.4 Further Limitations.
6.4.1 Our suppliers have no liability of any kind under the Agreement. You may not bring a claim directly against any of them under the Agreement. Our liability with respect to any Third-Party Content used or made available as part of an Offering is subject to this Section 6.
6.4.2 Neither party may bring a claim under the Agreement more than eighteen (18) months after the cause of action arises.
7.1 You have the right to use the Offering during the Subscription Term.
7.2 You are not obligated to use the Offering, and You may stop using the Offering at any time, but You will remain liable for all fees and charges otherwise due during the Subscription Term, whether or not You use the Offering.
We may suspend Your use of any Offering if We believe that Your use of the Offering poses a security risk to the Offering or to other users of the Offering, or if We suspect fraud or abuse related to the Offering. We will give You notice before suspending Your use of the Offering if permitted by law or unless We reasonably determine that providing notice presents a risk of harm to the Offering, to other users of the Offering, or to any person or property, in which case We will notify You as soon as feasible or permitted. We will promptly reinstate Your access to the Offering once the issue causing the suspension has been resolved.
9.1 Either Party may terminate the Agreement with respect to the applicable Offering effective immediately upon written notice to the other party if that party (a) commits a breach of the Agreement and fails to cure within 30 days of notice of the breach, (b) commits a material breach of the Agreement that cannot be cured, or (c) to comply with applicable law. If You terminate the Agreement pursuant to this Section 9.3.1, We will refund any applicable prepaid Offering fees prorated as of the effective termination date. If We terminate pursuant to this Section 9.3.1, You will be liable for all fees due with respect to the applicable Offering for the remainder of the then-current Subscription Term.
9.2 Either Party may terminate the Agreement effective immediately upon sending the other party notice if that party: (a) becomes insolvent, admits in writing its inability to pay its debts as they mature, or makes an assignment for the benefit of creditors; or (b) becomes subject to control of a trustee, receiver, or similar authority, or to any bankruptcy or insolvency proceeding; or (c) terminates or suspends its business.
9.3 Effect of Termination.
9.3.1 Upon termination of Your entitlement to the Offering for any reason You must stop using the Offering. Deletion of any of Your Content remaining in the Offering will occur as specified in the applicable Service Description. You are responsible for ensuring that You have necessary copies of all Your Content prior to the effective termination date.
9.3.2 Any provision that, by its nature and context is intended to survive termination of the Agreement, will survive. The Data Processing Addendum (to the extent We continue to process Personal Data, as defined in the Data Processing Addendum, following termination of the Agreement) will also survive any termination of the Agreement.
9.3.3 Termination of Your entitlement to the Offering will not entitle You to any refunds or credits, and you will be liable for all fees and charges incurred as of the effective termination date.
10. IP OWNERSHIP.
10.1 Ownership of Offering.
Both Parties agree, We retain all right, title, and interest in and to the Offering, including any On-Premises Software, all improvements, enhancements, modifications, and derivative works thereof, and all related Intellectual Property Rights. If you provide any comments or suggestions, We may use that feedback without restriction, and you irrevocably assign to us all right, title, and interest in and to that feedback. Your rights to use the Offering are limited to those expressly granted in the Agreement. No other rights are implied with respect to the Offering, any On-Premises Software, or any related Intellectual Property Rights.
10.2 Ownership of Your Content.
Both Parties agree, You retain all right, title and interest in and to Your Content and all Intellectual Property Rights in Your Content.
10.3 Notification of Infringement.
If You believe that Your copyrighted work has been copied and is accessible on the Offering in a way that constitutes copyright infringement You may send a notice to Our copyright agent, providing the following information: (a) a description of the copyrighted work that You claim has been infringed and a description of the infringing activity; (b) the location of the material that You claim is infringing, such as the URL where it is posted; (c) Your name, address, telephone number, and email address; (d) a statement by You that You have a good faith belief that the disputed use of the material is not authorized by the copyright owner, its agent, or the law; (e) Your statement under penalty of perjury that the information in your notice of infringement concern is accurate, and that You are the copyright owner or are authorized to act on the copyright owner’s behalf; and (f) Your electronic or physical signature, as the copyright owner or as the person authorized to act on the copyright owner’s behalf.
11. OPERATION OF THE OFFERING.
We will provide support to You for the Offering in accordance with the Support Policy and the Agreement. You must purchase the same level of support for all seats for the Offering in each environment. For purposes of this section, “seats” means the applicable metric of the Service Description (e.g., named users, concurrent users, devices, etc.). In connection with providing support, We may access Your instance of the Offering to respond to Your support request. You are responsible for taking steps necessary to protect any sensitive information or Personal Data that You provide to Us to receive support. Those steps may include obfuscating or removing that information or otherwise working with us at the time of submission to limit disclosure of that information. We will not provide support for Your Content to Your Users.
11.2 On-Premises Software.
If you install any On-Premises Software, the same shall be subject to Our End User License Agreement.
11.3 Open Source Software.
11.3.1 The Offering may use open source software, which is not considered Third-Party Content. That open source software is made available under the applicable open source licenses. You can obtain a copy of these licenses and any source code (and modifications) that We are required to make available under these licenses (“Source Files”) by sending a written request, with your name and address, to our notice address. All requests must clearly specify: “Open Source Files Request”. This offer to obtain a copy of the Source Files is valid for three years from the date you last used that open source software or interacted with the open source software when using the Offering.
11.3.2 All provisions in these Terms of Service applicable to Your use of the Offering govern Your use of the open source software that is part of the Offering, and control as between You and We over any conflicting terms set forth in any open source software license otherwise applicable to that open source software.
11.4 Modifications; End of Availability.
11.4.1 We may from time to time make commercially reasonable modifications to the Offering and/or any part of the Offering Documentation. Any changes will become effective on the date published or as We may notify you. We may also elect to cease providing an Offering, in which case We will provide notice pursuant to applicable Our policies.
11.4.2 If We deprecate any material feature or functionality of an Offering or make a change that has a material, detrimental impact on Your use of the Offering, We will notify You prior to the effective date of that change. If You elect to terminate Your entitlement to the Offering because of the material, detrimental change, You must notify us no later than 30 days after Our notice date. Your notice must state the effective termination date, which must not be more than 90 days after the date of your notice, unless You and We agree to a longer period.
11.4.3 You will be responsible for all fees incurred prior to the effective termination date or end of availability. We will refund any prepaid fees prorated as of the effective termination date, as Your sole and exclusive remedy under this Section 11.4.
11.5 Required Disclosures.
If We are required by a subpoena, court order, agency action, or any other legal or regulatory requirement to disclose any of Your Content (a “demand”), unless legally prohibited from doing so, We will (i) provide You with notice and a copy of the demand as soon as practicable, (ii) inform the relevant government authority that We are a service provider acting on Your behalf and all requests for access to Your Content should be directed in writing to the contact person You identify to us (or if no contact is timely provided, We will direct the relevant governmental authority generally to Your legal department), and (iii) only provide access to Your Content with Your authorization. If You request, We will, at Your expense, take reasonable steps to contest any demand. In the event We are legally prohibited from notifying You, We will evaluate the demand for disclosure to determine whether it is legally valid and binding, and will challenge the demand unless We reasonably believe the demand complies with applicable law. We will limit the scope of any disclosure to only the information We are required to disclose and will disclose the information in accordance with applicable law.
12. CONFIDENTIAL INFORMATION.
Either party (the “recipient”) may use Confidential Information of the other party (the “discloser”) disclosed to it in connection with the Agreement solely to exercise its rights and perform its obligations under the Agreement or as otherwise permitted by the Agreement. You and We will each use reasonable care to protect that Confidential Information in the same manner as We each protect our own Confidential Information of a similar nature, with no less than reasonable care. The recipient may disclose the discloser’s Confidential Information only to the recipient’s employees or third parties who have a need to know the Confidential Information for purposes of the Agreement, and who are under a duty of confidentiality no less restrictive than as specified in this Section 12. Either party may disclose the other party’s Confidential Information in response to a demand in accordance with the procedures set forth in Section 11.5. Upon the discloser’s written request, or upon termination of your entitlement to the Offering, the recipient will promptly return or destroy (and upon request certify such destruction) any of the discloser’s Confidential Information in its possession or under its control (other than information that must be retained pursuant to applicable law.)
The recipient’s obligations under Section 12.1 will terminate if the recipient can show by written records that the information: (a) was, at the time of disclosure by the discloser, already rightfully known to the recipient without any obligation of confidentiality; (b) was disclosed to the recipient by a third party who had the right to make the disclosure without any confidentiality restrictions; (c) at the time of disclosure is, or through no fault of the recipient has become, generally available to the public; or (d) was independently developed by the recipient without access to or use of the discloser’s Confidential Information.
12.3 Injunctive Relief.
Nothing in the Agreement limits a party’s ability to seek equitable relief for breaches of this Section 12.
You may not assign, subcontract or transfer your entitlement to the Offering, or the Agreement, in whole or in part, by operation of law or otherwise, without our prior written consent.
We will give You notice: (a) by email to the email address associated with Your account, if You have subscribed to this method of receiving notices, or (b) via first class mail, postage prepaid, or by recognized commercial courier to the physical address You have provided to Us, or (c) by posting on either the Offering portal or the our customer portal. You must direct legal notices or other correspondence to below address:
Name: Barrington Group Australia Pty Limited
Address: Suite B1, 4 Columbia Circuit
Norwest NSW 2153
Attention of: Director of Risk & Compliance
Waiver of a breach of any provision of the Agreement will not constitute a waiver of any later breach of that provision, or waiver of a breach of any other provision.
If any provision of the Agreement is held to be invalid or unenforceable, the remaining provisions of the Agreement will remain in force to the extent feasible.
13.4 Compliance with Laws.
Each party must each comply with all laws applicable to the actions contemplated by the Agreement.
13.5 Force Majeure.
Neither party will be liable for any delay or failure to perform its obligations under the Agreement, except for Your payment obligations, due to any cause beyond the party’s reasonable control, which may include labor disputes or other industrial disturbances, systemic electrical, telecommunications or other utility failures, earthquakes, storms or other acts of nature, global pandemic, embargoes, riots, acts or orders of government, acts of terrorism, or war.
The section headings in these Terms of Service are for convenience and are not for use in interpreting these Terms of Service. As used in these Terms of Service, the word “including” means “including but not limited to”.
The Agreement is in English, and the English language version governs any conflict with a translation into any other language.
13.8 Governing Law.
The Agreement is governed by the laws of New South Wales. The U.N. Convention on Contracts for the International Sale of Goods does not apply.
13.9 Third Party Rights.
Other than as expressly provided in the Agreement, the Agreement does not create any rights for any person who is not a party to it, and only persons who are parties to the Agreement may enforce any of its terms or rely on any exclusion or limitation contained in the Agreement.
13.10 Independent Parties.
Both Parties acknowledge they are independent contracting parties, and the Agreement will not be construed to create a partnership, joint venture, agency, or employment relationship between us. Neither you nor We, nor any of our respective affiliates, officers, directors, or employees, is an agent of the other for any purpose, nor has the authority to bind the other.
13.11 Order of Precedence.
The terms of the Agreement will supersede any conflicting or additional terms and conditions of any purchase order or other purchasing-related document issued by you relating to any Order for the Offering. If there is a conflict between these Terms of Service and the Offering Documentation, then the Offering Documentation will control.
13.12 Entire Agreement.
The Agreement including Exhibits and Schedules, if any is the entire agreement between You and Us regarding its subject matter. The Agreement supersedes all prior or contemporaneous communications, understandings, and agreements, whether written or oral, between You and Us regarding its subject matter.
“Account Information” means information about You that You provide to Us in connection with creation or administration of Your account, including names, usernames, phone numbers, email addresses, and billing information associated with your account.
“Confidential Information” means Your Login Credentials, and any non-public technical, business, or other information or materials disclosed by either party to the other party regarding the Agreement or the Offering, that are in tangible form and labelled “confidential” or the like, or are provided under circumstances reasonably indicating confidentiality.
“High Risk Activities” means workloads or applications used to control or operate activities with a likelihood of injury or death, which may include controlling aircraft or other modes of human mass transportation, nuclear or chemical facilities, life support systems, implantable medical equipment, motor vehicles, Weaponry systems, or any similar scenario where failure could lead to personal injury, death, or environmental damage.
“Infringement Claim” means any claim by a third party that the Offering infringes any patent, trademark, or copyright of that third party, or misappropriates a trade secret of that third party (but only to the extent that the misappropriation is not a result of your actions), to the extent that your instance of the Offering is provisioned in a data center located in the applicable country.
“Intellectual Property Rights” means all worldwide intellectual property rights, including copyrights, trademarks, service marks, trade secrets, patents, patent applications, moral rights, and all other proprietary rights, whether registered or unregistered.
“Login Credentials” means any passwords, authentication keys, or security credentials that enable your access to and management of the Offering.
“On-Premises Software” means the Our software included with the Offering (if any) which is installed in a customer’s on-premises environment and is necessary to use or access the Offering.
“Order” means the ordering document that evidences your purchase of an entitlement to the Offering. If you use the Offering on an on-demand basis, “Order” means the applicable web page(s) describing the Offering.
“Party” means either you or We, and “parties” refers collectively to both You and We.
“Offering” means the services to be provided to the Customer on Smartek cloud platform or our offering specified in your Order, and any evaluation service.
“Offering Documentation” means: (a) Our Data Processing Addendum, which is applicable to all Offerings, (b) the specific Service Description, and (c) the Support Policy.
“Software” means the software products listed in Our commercial price list.
“Support Terms” means the support services terms and conditions attached as Schedule 4 of the System Agreement.
“Subscription Term” means the initial term of your authorized use of the Offering, as set forth in the applicable Order, together with any renewal terms (if applicable). The initial term begins on the earlier of (a) the date on which you start using the Offering or (b) the date you complete the registration process; or as otherwise specified in the Order or in the applicable Service Description. For any Offering you use on an on-demand basis, “Subscription Term” means the period during which you are using the Offering, for which you will be billed, as specified in the applicable Service Description.
“Support Policy” means the then-current version of the support policies or the applicable Support Terms.
“System Agreement” means the Smartek System Agreement between “Barringtons” and Customer.
“Taxes” or “Tax” means any sales, value-added tax, goods and services tax, use, gross receipts, business and occupation, and other taxes other than taxes on our income, export and import fees, customs duties, and similar charges imposed by any government or other authority.
“Third-Party Claim” means any third-party claim or demand arising from or relating to (a) Your Content, or (b) Your use of any Offering, including an evaluation service, in violation of the Agreement.
“Third-Party Content” means content (including open source software) provided by a third party that interoperates with the Offering, but that is not part of the Offering. Third-Party Content is used at your option, and is subject to the third-party terms accompanying the Third-Party Content. Third-Party Content is not licensed by us. We and our suppliers may provide links to Third-Party Content through the Offering, a marketplace, or otherwise. As an example, Third-Party Content may include an application that is listed on a marketplace or in a catalogue.
“User” means any person who is authorized to access or use the Offering or Your Content directly under your Login Credentials, and may include your employees, contractors, service providers, and affiliates.
“You” means You individually or the entity that You represent (and, as applicable, Your Users). If you are entering into the Agreement for an entity, you represent that you have the authority to bind that entity.
“Your Content” means content uploaded by You or any User into the Offering for processing, storage, or hosting or provided to us as part of a support request, but does not include (a) Third-Party Content, or (b) Account Information. For purposes of this definition, “content” means any data, including all text, sound, video, or image files, and software (including machine images).
“We”, “Our”, “Us” or “Barringtons” means Barrington Group Australia Pty Limited.