Terms and conditions
Published February 01, 2021. effective February 15, 2021. these terms supersede and replace all previous versions.
THE MANDATORY ARBITRATION PROVISION AND GROUP EXCLUSION IN SECTION 14 (DISPUTE RESOLUTION) GOVERN THE RESOLUTION OF DISPUTES. PLEASE READ THIS PARAGRAPH. IF YOU DO NOT AGREE TO THE MANDATORY ARBITRATION PROVISION AND THE GROUP EXCLUSION, PLEASE DO NOT USE OUR SERVICES, SERVICES OR SOFTWARE PROGRAMS.
These Terms of Service („Terms of Service“), together with any applicable Additional Terms (see Section 1.2 (Additional Terms) below) (collectively, the „Terms“) govern your use of and access to the Site, Support, discussion forums or other interactive areas, services or services, and services such as huntingcat. com, inukit.co.uk, projomo.com (collectively, the „Services“ or „Services“) and Oxington software that is part of the Services, as well as any applications, including mobile applications, sample files and content files (see definitions below), scripts, command sets and related documentation (collectively, the „Software“ or „Software Programs“). If you have agreed to the Subscription Terms and Cancellation Options, they are also considered part of the Terms. The terms and conditions of the agreement and cancellation options set forth for the Software shall apply. However, the remainder of these Terms governs your use of and access to the Services and Software programs. If you have entered into another agreement with Oxington for certain Services or Software, in the event of a conflict, the terms of the applicable agreement will prevail over the Terms.
You must be at least 16 years of age to register for your own user access.
(A) Sharing. Some Services or Software may include features that allow you to share or publish your Content. „Share“ means to email, post, transmit, stream, upload, or otherwise make available (to Oxington or other users) through your use of the Services and Software. Other users may use, copy, modify or share your Content in many ways. Think carefully about what Content you share or post, as you are fully responsible for the Content you share.
(B) Level of Access. Oxington does not monitor or control what others do with your Content. You are responsible for setting the restrictions on Your Content and the applicable access level. If you do not set an access level for your Content, the lowest security level may be automatically selected. It is your responsibility to let other users know how to share your content and to set the appropriate level of access and sharing for your content.
(C) Comments. Any comments you submit through the Services and Software are not anonymous and may be viewed by other users. Your Comments may be deleted by you, by other users, or by Oxington.
You may not misuse the Services or Software. For example, you may not,
(A) use the Services or Software without or in violation of any written license or agreement with Oxington;
(B) copy, modify, make available, replay in real time (by streaming), sublicense, or resell the Services or Software;
(C) enable or permit others to use the Services or Software using your account information;
(D) offer, use or authorize the use of the Services or Software in a computer services business, a third-party outsourcing service, on a membership or subscription basis, on a service bureau basis, on a timeshare basis, as part of a hosted service, or on behalf of a third party;
(E) use the software to create any type of database or data set;
(F) access or attempt to access the Services or Software by any method other than through the interface provided by Oxington or as authorized by Oxington;
(G) circumvent any access or use restrictions designed to prevent certain uses of the Services or Software;
(H) release any Content or Oxington Customer Writings or otherwise engage in any conduct that infringes the Intellectual Property Rights of any third party. „Intellectual Property Rights“ means copyrights, moral rights, trademark rights, trade dress rights, patent rights, trade secret rights, unfair competition rights, rights of privacy, rights of publicity, and all other proprietary rights;
(I) Release Content that is unlawful, harmful, threatening, obscene, violent, abusive, immoral, libelous, defamatory, vulgar, indecent, profane, invasive of another’s privacy, hateful, or otherwise objectionable;
(J) Release content that sexualizes minors or is intended to facilitate inappropriate interactions with minors, other Oxington users, or the public;
(K) impersonate any other person or entity, or misrepresent or mislead your affiliation with any other person or entity;
(L) attempt to disable, impair or destroy the Services or Software;
(M) upload, transmit, store or make available any content, oxington client transcripts or code that contains viruses, malicious code, malware or components that interfere with or limit the functionality of the Services or Software;
(N) interfere with or impair or prevent other users from using the Services or Software (e.g., by harassing, intimidating, harassing or inciting violence or self-harm);
(O) engage in chain letters, unsolicited commercial mailings, snowballing or pyramid schemes, fraudulent elicitation of sensitive information (phishing), spamming, fraudulent activities, or other unsolicited e-mail or other messages or communications;
(P) place advertisements for products or services on the Services unless approved in advance by Oxington in writing;
(Q) use database mining or similar data mining and extraction methods in connection with the Services or Software, including data scraping for machine learning or other purposes;
(R) artificially manipulate or disrupt the Services or Software (e.g., manipulate value ratings on Behance or direct users to third-party websites);
(S) create Oxington accounts for the purpose of violating these Terms or circumventing account termination or other actions taken by Oxington;
(T) manipulate or otherwise display the Services or Software using framing or similar navigational technology; or
(U) violate any applicable law.
If Oxington terminates the Terms or your use of the Service(s) or Software without cause, Oxington will use reasonable efforts to notify you at least 30 days prior to termination by sending a notice to the email address you provide to Oxington and providing you with instructions on how to retrieve your Content. Please note that upon termination, you may lose access to your Content as described in Section 4.4 (Termination of Rights). Except as otherwise provided in any of the Additional Terms, Oxington may terminate or suspend your right to use and access the Services or Software at any time if.
(A) you breach any of the Terms (or act in a manner indicating that you do not intend or are unable to comply with the Terms);
(B) you fail to pay fees for the Services or Software on time, if applicable;
(C) you physically, verbally or otherwise abuse, threaten, harass or annoy Oxington or Oxington’s personnel (in such circumstances, Oxington may alternatively suspend or restrict your access to the Services or Software);
(D) you have repeatedly made complaints in bad faith or without reasonable basis and continue to do so after Oxington has asked you to cease and desist (in such circumstances, Oxington may alternatively suspend or restrict your access to the Services or Software);
(E) it is necessary for Oxington to do so for legal reasons (for example, if providing the Services or Software to you is or becomes unlawful);
(F) Oxington decides to discontinue all or part of the Services or Software (for example, if a change in law makes it impossible for Oxington to continue to provide the Services in your area); or
(G) your Free Account has not been used for an extended period of time.