Terms of Service; Didn't Read

“I have read and agree to the Terms” is the biggest lie on the web. We aim to fix that.

Welcome to our edit tool

Using this online tool, you can help to update the content of the ToS;DR website. Below are the most recent changes people made. Above, you see the menu bar, where you can for instance navigate to the list of services, or to the points search page.

How it works

A service is a website or online application, for instance YouTube. A case is an individual remark that can form part of the review of a service, for instance "you need to be 13 years old to use this service". A point links a case to a service, for instance "you need to be 13 years old to use YouTube". A topic is a search tag for cases.

To review a service's terms and conditions, first make sure the service is listed, and add it if not. Then read the actual terms and policies you have to agree to to use this service, and make a note about anything that you find remarkable. Find the existing case for each of these review remarks, or create it if necessary, and create a point to add that case as a remark in the review of the service. Use the checklist to see if you forgot to review any aspects.

Then you need to wait for a curator to approve your changes, after which your review will show up on https://tosdr.org, will be picked up by the ToS;DR browser extensions, and included in DuckDuckGo's Privacy Grade, for which our API is one of several input factors. For services whose terms and policies are tracked by ToSBack, you can try out our experimental annotate view.

This tool is still very much under construction, and has bugs. Please open a github issue for anything you think should be improved.

Examples (see all):

nanowrimo

  •  NaNoWriMo.org: [Good] Data is not disclosed to other parties
  •  NaNoWriMo.org: [bad] Accounts can be terminated for any reason, content retained
  •  NaNoWriMo.org: [bad] Change of TOS effective immediately
  •  User keeps all rights to his novels, no novel texts are stored
  •  NaNoWriMo.org: [Bad] You indemnify and hold the operators harmless
A

koding

  •  koding.com
N/A

pure

  •  This service can share your personal information to third parties
B

Recent changes:

Michael: 20/09/18 - 11:51
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--- id: - - 4665 user_id: - - 568 title: - - They may stop providing the service at any time source: - - https://www.sprint.com/en/legal/terms-and-conditions.html?ECID=vanity:termsandconditions status: - - pending analysis: - - Generated through the annotate view created_at: - - &1 2018-09-20 11:51:57.629943913 Z updated_at: - - *1 service_id: - - 446 quoteText: - - |- We can, without notice, suspend or terminate any Service at any time for any reason. For example, we can suspend or terminate any Service for: (a) late payment. (b) exceeding an Account Spending Limit. (c) harassing/threatening/abusing/offending or being excessively impolite to our employees or agents. (d) interfering with our operations. (e) using/suspicion of using Services in a way that violates or is inconsistent with the Agreement and Policies or adversely affects any of our other customers, reputation, network, property, or Services. (f) breaching, failing to follow, or abusing the Agreement or Policies. (g) providing false, inaccurate, dated, or unverifiable information, including identification or credit information. (h) becoming insolvent or bankrupt. (i) modifying a Device from its manufacturer specifications (for example, rooting the device). (j) failing to use our Services or maintain an active Device. (k) you resell or attempt to resell the Services or (l) if we believe the action protects our interests, any customer’s interests, or our network.  case_id: - - 203 quoteStart: - - 23958 quoteEnd: - - 25033 document_id: - - 551
michielbdejong: 20/09/18 - 11:50
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--- id: - - 4664 user_id: - - 6 title: - - You wave your right to a class action. source: - - https://www.sprint.com/en/legal/terms-and-conditions.html?ECID=vanity:termsandconditions status: - - pending analysis: - - Generated through the annotate view created_at: - - &1 2018-09-20 11:50:26.066230529 Z updated_at: - - *1 service_id: - - 446 quoteText: - - You agree that, by entering into this Agreement, you and Sprint are waiving the right to a trial by jury or to participate in a class action or representative action. case_id: - - 117 quoteStart: - - 53854 quoteEnd: - - 54020 document_id: - - 551
michielbdejong: 20/09/18 - 11:48
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--- id: - - 4663 user_id: - - 6 title: - - You agree to defend, indemnify, and hold the service harmless in case of a claim related to your use of the service source: - - https://www.sprint.com/en/legal/terms-and-conditions.html?ECID=vanity:termsandconditions status: - - pending analysis: - - Generated through the annotate view created_at: - - &1 2018-09-20 11:48:26.415260599 Z updated_at: - - *1 service_id: - - 446 quoteText: - - |- What happens if someone sues Sprint based on something you actually caused?</strong> You agree to indemnify, defend, and hold Sprint and our subsidiaries, affiliates, parent companies, vendors, suppliers, and licensors harmless from any claims arising out of or relating to your actions, including, but not limited to, your use of the Service and any information you submit, post, transmit, or make available via the Service. failing to provide appropriate notices regarding location-enabled services. failure to safeguard your passwords, backup question to your shared secret question, or other account information. or violating this Agreement or any policy referenced in this Agreement, any applicable law or regulation, or the rights of any third party.<br> case_id: - - 146 quoteStart: - - 61134 quoteEnd: - - 61894 document_id: - - 551
Michael: 20/09/18 - 11:44
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--- id: - - 4662 user_id: - - 568 title: - - Users should revisit the terms periodically, although in case of material changes, the service will notify source: - - https://www.sprint.com/en/legal/terms-and-conditions.html?ECID=vanity:termsandconditions status: - - pending analysis: - - Generated through the annotate view created_at: - - &1 2018-09-20 11:44:32.487781513 Z updated_at: - - *1 service_id: - - 446 quoteText: - - "We may change prices or any other term of your Service or this Agreement at any time.\nWe’ll provide you notice of any material changes and may provide notice of nonmaterial changes.\nIf you use your Service after the change takes effect, then you are accepting the change.  " case_id: - - 329 quoteStart: - - 22667 quoteEnd: - - 22940 document_id: - - 551
kbw23: 20/09/18 - 11:44
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--- title: - The service allows you to use pseudonyms - Your personal data is aggregated into statistics point_change: - - Accidentally selected wrong case from the drop-down menu initially. case_id: - 215 - 190 updated_at: - 2018-09-20 11:40:24.204592000 Z - 2018-09-20 11:44:10.008579243 Z
kbw23: 20/09/18 - 11:40
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--- id: - - 4661 user_id: - - 781 title: - - The service allows you to use pseudonyms source: - - http://www.microsoft.com/privacystatement/en-us/bing/default.aspx status: - - pending analysis: - - Generated through the annotate view created_at: - - &1 2018-09-20 11:40:24.204592262 Z updated_at: - - *1 service_id: - - 331 quoteText: - - |- We collect data about your interests and favorites, such as the teams you follow in a sports app, the stocks you track in a finance app, or the favorite cities you add to a weather app. In addition to those you explicitly provide, your interests and favorites may also be inferred or derived from other data we collect. case_id: - - 215 quoteStart: - - 2111 quoteEnd: - - 2430 document_id: - - 100
kbw23: 20/09/18 - 11:38
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--- id: - - 4660 user_id: - - 781 title: - - This service uses your personal information for many different purposes source: - - http://www.microsoft.com/privacystatement/en-us/bing/default.aspx status: - - pending analysis: - - Generated through the annotate view created_at: - - &1 2018-09-20 11:38:52.921687357 Z updated_at: - - *1 service_id: - - 331 quoteText: - - |- We also obtain data from third parties (including other companies). For example, we supplement the data we collect by purchasing demographic data from other companies. We also use services from other companies to help us determine a location based on your IP address in order to customize certain services to your location. </p> <p>The data we collect depends on the services and features you use, and includes the following. case_id: - - 185 quoteStart: - - 1189 quoteEnd: - - 1614 document_id: - - 100
michielbdejong: 20/09/18 - 11:27
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--- status: - pending - approved updated_at: - 2018-09-20 11:27:32.031617000 Z - 2018-09-20 11:27:53.973052238 Z
Michael: 20/09/18 - 11:27
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--- title: - Sprint review - Users are responsible for charges even if device is lost source: - https://www.sprint.com/en/legal/terms-and-conditions.html?ECID=vanity:termsandconditions - https://groups.google.com/forum/#!topic/tosdr/gnKl4G33PmM analysis: - "." - '' point_change: - - I'll create new points for other topics discussed. case_id: - 235 - 148 updated_at: - 2018-09-20 11:20:27.317689000 Z - 2018-09-20 11:27:32.031617166 Z
Michael: 20/09/18 - 11:20
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--- document_id: - - 551 quoteText: - - |- Call us immediately if your Device is lost or stolen because you may be responsible for usage charges before you notify us of the alleged loss or theft. A lost or stolen Device does not affect your Term Commitment, and you will still be responsible for an Early Termination Fee if you terminate Services early. You will still be responsible for any lease or installment billing obligations, as well as any monthly recurring charges associated with the Service on your Device after you notify us of the alleged loss or theft. You agree to cooperate if we choose to investigate the matter (provide facts, sworn statements, etc.) source: - https://groups.google.com/forum/#!topic/tosdr/gnKl4G33PmM - https://www.sprint.com/en/legal/terms-and-conditions.html?ECID=vanity:termsandconditions quoteStart: - - 49667 quoteEnd: - - 50293 status: - changes-requested - pending updated_at: - 2018-05-15 09:11:45.998464000 Z - 2018-09-20 11:20:27.317689725 Z
Michael: 20/09/18 - 11:14
--- id: - - 551 name: - - Sprint Terms and Conditions url: - - https://www.sprint.com/en/legal/terms-and-conditions.html?ECID=vanity:termsandconditions xpath: - - '' text: - - " Skip to main content Español Business Call to order Sign Out Sign In Sign in to your account to view this secure information.\nSign in to My Sprint Username Password <p> I forgot my Username or Password.\n</p> Submit <p>Sign up for My Sprint</p>\n<ul>\n<li>Monitor data usage</li>\n<li>View or pay bills</li>\n<li>Update account preferences</li>\n<li>Get custom deals and offers</li>\n</ul> Sign up Stores <ul>\n<li> My Sprint <ul>\n<li>My Sprint</li>\n<li> Overview <ul>\n<li>Overview</li>\n<li>Dashboard</li>\n<li>Usage</li>\n<li>Profile and security</li>\n<li>Permissions</li>\n<li>Manage eBill</li>\n<li>Documents</li>\n</ul>\n</li>\n<li> Billing <ul>\n<li>Billing</li>\n<li>Payment center</li>\n<li>View bill</li>\n<li>Pay bill</li>\n<li>Enroll in AutoPay</li>\n<li>Payment activity</li>\n<li>Payment methods</li>\n</ul>\n</li>\n<li> More <ul>\n<li>More</li>\n<li>Activate/swap device</li>\n<li>Change plan</li>\n<li>Change services</li>\n<li>Orders &amp.\ntransfers</li>\n<li>Sprint Forward</li>\n<li>Upgrade eligibility</li>\n</ul>\n</li>\n</ul>\n</li>\n<li> Support <ul>\n<li>Support</li>\n<li> Self service <ul>\n<li>Self service</li>\n<li>Support center</li>\n<li>Account &amp.\nbilling</li>\n<li>Services</li>\n<li>International</li>\n<li>Understanding your bill</li>\n<li>Community</li>\n</ul>\n</li>\n<li> Device help <ul>\n<li>Device help</li>\n<li>Protection and repair</li>\n<li>Device tutorials</li>\n<li>Device troubleshooting</li>\n<li>Devices</li>\n<li>Content Back up &amp.\nTransfer</li>\n</ul>\n</li>\n<li> More <ul>\n<li>More</li>\n<li>Order support</li>\n<li>Network feedback</li>\n<li>Make an appointment</li>\n<li>Store locator</li>\n<li>Coverage map</li>\n<li>Contact us</li>\n</ul>\n</li>\n</ul>\n</li>\n<li> Shop <ul>\n<li>Shop</li>\n<li> Phones <ul>\n<li>Phones</li>\n<li>Android phones</li>\n<li>Apple iPhone</li>\n<li>$4, $8, $12/mo.\nphone deals</li>\n<li>All phone deals</li>\n<li>Bring your own device</li>\n<li>Pre-owned phones</li>\n<li>All phones</li>\n</ul>\n</li>\n<li> Plans <ul>\n<li>Plans</li>\n<li>Unlimited</li>\n<li>All plans</li>\n</ul>\n</li>\n<li> More <ul>\n<li>More</li>\n<li>Offers</li>\n<li>Tablets</li>\n<li>Wearables</li>\n<li>Accessories</li>\n<li>Hotspots &amp.\nmore</li>\n<li>Add-on services</li>\n<li>Sprint Complete</li>\n</ul>\n</li>\n</ul>\n</li>\n<li> Activate <ul>\n<li>Activate</li>\n<li> Activate <ul>\n<li>Activate</li>\n<li>Bring your own device</li>\n<li>Activate your new phone</li>\n</ul>\n</li>\n</ul>\n</li>\n<li> Español Business Stores </li>\n</ul> Search Clear <p>Additional legal resources</p> --- Legal / Regulatory and Consumer Resources Terms and Conditions Service / Product Specific Terms Sprint Forward Terms and Conditions Sprint Forward Important Service/Product Specific Terms Open Internet Information Privacy Policy Do-Not-Contact Policy Analytics and Behavioral Marketing CTIA Checklist CTIA Code of Conduct Account Management Tools and Usage Alerts Lost / Stolen Phones Legal Notifications Taxes and Surcharges Tariffs Consumer Resources Acceptable Use Policy Visitors Agreement Copyright Notice Social Contests and Promotions Unlocking Policy Signal Boosters Electronic Billing Terms and Conditions Secure Online Use Sprint Upgrade Policy <ul>\n<li> Legal / Regulatory and Consumer Resources </li>\n<li> Terms and Conditions </li>\n<li> Service / Product Specific Terms </li>\n<li> Sprint Forward Terms and Conditions </li>\n<li> Sprint Forward Important Service/Product Specific Terms </li>\n<li> Open Internet Information </li>\n<li> Privacy Policy </li>\n<li> Do-Not-Contact Policy </li>\n<li> Analytics and Behavioral Marketing </li>\n<li> CTIA Checklist </li>\n<li> CTIA Code of Conduct </li>\n<li> Account Management Tools and Usage Alerts </li>\n<li> Lost / Stolen Phones </li>\n<li> Legal Notifications </li>\n<li> Taxes and Surcharges </li>\n<li> Tariffs </li>\n<li> Consumer Resources </li>\n<li> Acceptable Use Policy </li>\n<li> Visitors Agreement </li>\n<li> Copyright Notice </li>\n<li> Social Contests and Promotions </li>\n<li> Unlocking Policy </li>\n<li> Signal Boosters </li>\n<li> Electronic Billing Terms and Conditions </li>\n<li> Secure Online Use </li>\n<li> Sprint Upgrade Policy </li>\n</ul> Sprint Terms and Conditions <p>Effective Sept 30, 2017<br>\n<br>\nThanks for choosing Sprint! Please read our Terms &amp.\nConditions (“Ts&amp;Cs”), which describe your relationship with Sprint, including our agreement to arbitrate disputes, instead of using class actions or jury trials.\nClick any of the blue <strong>More</strong> links to see the full text of the Sprint Wireless Terms and Conditions.</p>\n<p>\n<strong>Who are we talking about?</strong> Sprint is Sprint, you are you, your phone, tablet, or other equipment or accessory is called a device and our Services include our offers, plans and customer care.\nMore ...<br>\n<br>\n<strong>What does your Service Agreement with Sprint look like?</strong> Your Service Agreement includes everything we give you (hand to you, email you, read to you, etc.) when you get your Service.\nRead them! If there’s a disagreement, you agree to resolve it by arbitration and agree to a class action waiver. More ...<br>\n<br>\n<strong>Anything else in my Service Agreement?</strong> Yes, our policies.\nOur policies are easy to find! Find a comfy spot and check them out here.\nMore ...<br>\n<br>\n<strong>Any limitations on how I use my device?</strong> Yes.\nPlease check your contracts.\nIf you buy, lease or finance a device, we rely on your agreement to activate on our network.\nUnder certain circumstances you may not resell, trade in or profit from reselling or trading in your device. More ...<br>\n<br>\n<strong>How do I accept the Service</strong>\n<strong>Agreement? </strong>If you sign, email, e-sign, open the box, or tell us on the phone that you agree, you have agreed! You must be of legal age.<strong>  </strong>And most importantly, when your service is activated, you have agreed!  If you don’t want to agree, don’t do any of these things. More ...<br>\n<br>\n<strong>How will Sprint talk to me about the Service</strong>\n<strong>Agreement? How can I get In touch with you? </strong>There are many ways to get in contact with us.   And we can reach out to you through any number we have, your bill, or the My Sprint app for any purpose. More ...<br>\n<br>\n<strong>Do I still have a commitment? What about an early termination fee? </strong>It’s simple.\nWe love having you as a customer and don’t want you to leave.\nBut if you agree to a 1- or 2-year Service Agreement, and you cancel that contract early, you will be charged an early termination fee (ETF).  The ETF was explained when you first agreed to the contract. More ...<br>\n<br>\n<strong>When do I have to pay an early termination fee? </strong>Great news! There is no ETF if you complete your Service Agreement.  Remember, you may have other commitments like a lease or installment agreement with their own termination terms. More ...<br>\n<br>\n<strong>What happens if Sprint changes the agreement? </strong>If Sprint changes this Agreement, and you think it has a materially adverse impact on you, you can call within 30 days of the change and ask us to cancel without paying your ETF.  If we don’t hear from you, then we’ll consider the change fine by you. More ...<br>\n<br>\n<strong>Can Sprint suspend or terminate services?</strong> We hope we won’t need to do this but .\n.\n.\nwe reserve the right to suspend, cancel, or block service any time for any reason.\nMore ...<br>\n<br>\n<strong>How do I change my services and when are changes effective?</strong> While many changes take place immediately, some will not.  So know that changes made mid-bill-cycle may be prorated (meaning you may only be charged a portion of the fee, charge, etc.).\nMore ...<br>\n<br>\n<strong>How do I terminate services? </strong>If you want to terminate Service, please call us – and at least let us hear you out! More ...<br>\n<br>\n<strong>How does Sprint protect my privacy? </strong>We take privacy seriously and are extremely mindful of yours.<br>\n</p>\n<ul>\n<li>What is CPNI? CPNI is specific info.\nthat federal law requires us to keep confidential. </li>\n<li>How can I keep my account secure? If you let someone use your account, you may be responsible for anything that person does for you.  Set a password, keep it to yourself, and use it. </li>\n<li>What about the information on my device? Please take steps to keep the private information on your device private.  It is your job, not Sprint’s.</li>\n<li>More ...<br>\n</li>\n</ul>\n<p>\n<strong>How can I use my device, number, and email address? </strong>Most problems with your device should be handled with the manufacturer (Apple, Samsung, etc.) or through any insurance you purchased.\nThe specific device you have may impact your experience with the network.\nYou have the right to port your phone number (move it to another carrier), but you don’t own your number.<strong>\n</strong>Your device can be unlocked if meets the requirements in our Unlock policy. More ...<strong>\n<br>\n<br> What if I bring my own device?</strong> If you bring your own device to Sprint, Sprint will not be responsible for whether it works or works correctly.\nMore ...<br>\n<br>\n<strong>What about the apps I download? </strong>Third-party apps that you install on your device have their own terms and privacy policy. More ...<br>\n<br>\n<strong>Where and how will my device work? </strong>We are proud of our network and are constantly working to make it better.  How it works for you is based on your location, your device, the weather, and many other factors. More ...<br>\n<strong>\n<br> What about roaming (Off-Network)?</strong> Your apps and Services may work differently on another provider’s network. More ...<br>\n<br>\n<strong>What about using data services? </strong>You use third-party content at your own risk.  We are not the internet police, and we do not take any responsibility for the content that you access on the internet. More ...<br>\n<br>\n<strong>Are there things I cannot do with Sprint’s data services?</strong> Don’t be unreasonable! You can’t use your data Services to do things that place an unfair burden on the network, or disrupt others’ use of the Sprint Network. More ...<br>\n<br>\n<strong>What about our billing relationship? </strong>Now that you are a Sprint customer, we want you to understand how we do things, especially how we get your Service set up and what your bill will include.</p>\n<ul>\n<li>Will you do a credit check?<strong> </strong>Yes.</li>\n<li>Will I have an Account Spending Limit?<strong>\n</strong>We may place an Account Spending Limit on your account. </li>\n<li>What about a deposit?<strong>\n</strong>We may require a deposit. </li>\n<li>Are there other fees?<strong>\n</strong>There may be additional fees, but we explain them if they apply.</li>\n<li>Can I authorize other users?<strong>\n</strong>The only person we will be looking to for payment on your account is you, regardless of who actually uses your device or makes changes to your account or agreements.</li>\n<li>More ...</li>\n</ul>\n<p>\n<strong>What will my bill include?</strong> We will send you a bill every month.  Your bill may contain third-party charges, as well as notices.  Please review it. More ...<br>\n<br>\n<strong>How does Sprint calculate my charges? </strong>We calculate your call usage by rounding up to the next full minute, and your data usage by rounding up to the next full kilobyte (KB). More ...<br>\n<br>\n<strong>What are the other fees?</strong>\n</p>\n<ul>\n<li>Additional fees.\nYour bill may also contain fees for directory assistance or other services that you have used.</li>\n<li>Surcharges.\nYour bill also includes Surcharges, which may change.</li>\n<li>More ...</li>\n</ul>\n<p>\n<strong>What about paying my bill? </strong>Please pay your bill!!<br>\n</p>\n<ul>\n<li>You must pay the full amount of your bill on the due date. </li>\n<li>\n<strong>We may keep your credit or debit card information on file and charge it if you owe us.\n </strong>\n</li>\n<li>You agree to pay taxes.\n </li>\n<li>You agree to contact us to dispute your bill within 60 days.</li>\n<li>More ...<br>\n</li>\n</ul>\n<p>\n<strong>Who will contact me regarding billing and collections? </strong>We (and our agents) can contact you to talk about your bill,services and for other purposes. More ...<br>\n<br>\n<strong>Do I have a software license for the software on my device? </strong>Yes, you have a limited license to use the software on your Device. More ...<br>\n<br>\n<strong>How do location-enabled services work? </strong>Location enabled services, including GPS, (like Google Maps) are at the mercy of many factors, including network coverage and environmental factors. More ...<br>\n<br>\n<strong>Is calling 9-1-1 or other emergency numbers different on my device? </strong>When you call 9-1-1, please be prepared to provide your location information!  9-1-1 operators may not be able to track the location of your Device, so please do not rely on your Device’s location information.  Not all of your device features will work when you contact 911. More ...<br>\n<br>\n<strong>What if my device is lost or stolen? </strong>Please let us know immediately if your Device is lost or stolen.  Lost or stolen Devices don’t get you out of your agreements with Sprint.  For example, if your Device is stolen, you may still have an ETF or pay the balance under your lease or installment billing agreements. More ...<br>\n<br>\n<strong>Is there a warranty on my services? </strong>We provide you great Services, but not everything has a warranty. More ...<br>\n<br>\n<strong>Is Sprint responsible for certain problems? </strong>Sometimes things happen for which no one can prepare.  In the law, emergencies, unforeseen acts, or “acts of God” are referred to as force majeure, and Sprint will not be liable for any of them. More ...<br>\n<br>\n<strong>What about Sprint’s liability? </strong>We will not be liable for any damages exceeding the service charges you have paid us during the time at issue.  We will not be liable for unforeseen damages, like lost profits. More ...<strong>\n<u>\n<br>\n<br>\n<br> DISPUTE RESOLUTION AND ARBITRATION</u>\n<br>\n<br>\n</strong>PLEASE READ THIS CAREFULLY.\nIT AFFECTS YOUR RIGHTS<br>\n<strong>\n<br> How will we resolve disputes? Through mandatory arbitration and waiver of class action.\n</strong>If we have a dispute, we agree to resolve it using arbitration or small claims court.\nWe also agree to resolve our issues in a suit with only two parties (you and Sprint) instead of by class action (thousands of people and Sprint).\nIn arbitration, an arbitrator replaces the judge and jury.\nDisputes are ANY (we really mean ANY) disagreements about our relationship.\nSo let’s not fight- okay? Before starting anything legal, let us know what the problem is and your proposed solution in writing.\nMore ...<br>\n<strong>\n<br> How does arbitration work?  </strong>The arbitration will be heard by a single arbitrator, follow a standard set of rules (known as the JAMS Rules) and will be located in your home county of your billing address.  The Federal Arbitration Act (“FAA”) applies to this Agreement and arbitration provision.  We feel very strongly that we should resolve claims on an individual, and not class, basis.  Sprint will pay for any filing or case management fees associated with the arbitration and the professional fees for the arbitrator’s services.  The arbitrator will write an award explaining the decision and the findings and conclusions supporting it.\nMore ...<br>\n<strong>\n<br> What about going to court? We won’t go to court, there will be no jury trial and no class action. </strong>If somehow we end up in court, we agree that a judge will resolve our dispute rather than a jury and we will litigate individually instead of as part of a group, or class.\nMore ...<br>\n<strong>\n<br> What happens if someone sues Sprint based on something I actually caused? </strong>This is called indemnification, and you will be on the hook to the person suing.\nMore ...<br>\n<strong>\n<br> Anything else? </strong>The law of your home state (as printed on your bill) applies to this Agreement.  This Agreement is only between you and Sprint, and only benefits the two of us.  The Agreement between us does not contain any discussions you may have had with our employees – it only includes what is written or incorporated in this document.\nMore ...<br>\n<strong>\n<br>\n<br>\n<u>FULL TEXT OF THE SPRINT WIRELESS TERMS AND CONDITIONS</u>\n<br>\n<br> Who are we talking about?</strong> When we say “we,” “us,” “our,” or “Sprint,” we mean Sprint Solutions, Inc.\nWhen we say “you,” “your,” “customer,” and “user,” we mean a Sprint account holder or someone who uses our Devices or Services.  “Device,” means any phone, tablet, mobile broadband device, or any other product or accessory we provide, sell, or that is active on your account with us.\n“Service(s)” mean Sprint-branded offers, rate plans, options, wireless services, billing services, applications, programs, products, software, or Devices on your account with us, as well as any other product or service that we offer or provide to you that references these General Terms and Conditions of Service (“Ts&amp;Cs”). Back to top<br>\n<strong>\n<br>\nWhat does my Service Agreement with Sprint look like? </strong>These Ts&amp;Cs are part of your service agreement with us (the “Agreement”) and are the contract under which we provide you Services.\nTHIS AGREEMENT CONTAINS A MANDATORY ARBITRATION PROVISION WITH A CLASS WAIVER, A REPRESENTATIVE ACTION WAIVER, AND A JURY WAIVER PROVISION.\nIn addition to these Ts&amp;Cs, the Agreement includes: (i) the subscriber agreement and transaction materials that you receive and accept when you get your Device.\n(ii) the service plan(s) that you chose as described in the written services and transaction materials that we provide or refer you to during the sales transaction.\n(iii) any confirmation materials and invoices that we may provide to you.\nand (iv) the terms set forth in the coverage map brochures.\nWe strongly recommend that you carefully read all of the terms of the Agreement. Back to top<br>\n<br>\n<strong>Anything else In my Service Agreement?</strong> When you accept the Agreement, you are agreeing to our business policies, practices, and procedures (“Policies”), including our Acceptable Use Policy, our Privacy Policy, our Visitors Agreement, and our Network Management and the open internet practices.\nTo read more, go here: http://www.sprint.com/legal/index.html.  We may change our Policies at any time, so please check our Policies for updates. Back to top<br>\n<br>\n<strong>Any limitations on how I use my device? </strong>If you get a Device from Sprint or a Sprint authorized retailer without paying full price (MSRP) for the Device, you agree not to resell or trade in, or participate or profit in the resale or trade in, of the Device to a third party until you have met all your financial and contractual obligations to us.  If you do this without meeting your obligations, we reserve the right to take any action we deem necessary, including charging you for the difference between the Device’s full price and the price you paid for it, and seeking recovery of related damages.  If you have a separate agreement with Sprint to acquire, purchase, or lease a Device, any restrictions on resale in that agreement will also apply, so please refer to the terms of any such agreement to understand your rights to resell your Device. Back to top<br>\n<br>\n<strong>How do I accept my agreement? </strong>You must have the legal capacity to accept the Agreement You accept the Agreement when you:</p>\n<ul>\n<li>Agree in writing or by electronic signature or by telling us you accept by email, over the phone, online, or in person.\nor</li>\n<li>Activate, use, or attempt to use, the Services.\nor</li>\n<li>Pay for the Services.\nor</li>\n<li>Open any package or start any program that says you are accepting the Agreement by doing so.</li>\n</ul>\n<p>If you don’t want to accept the Agreement, don’t do any of these things.Back to top<br>\n<br>\n<strong>How will Sprint talk to me about my agreement? How can I get in touch with Sprint? </strong>Except as the Agreement specifically provides otherwise, you must provide us notice by calling or writing us as instructed online at www.sprint.com/contactus.\nWe will provide you notice through one or more of the following: in your bill, correspondence to your last known billing address, to any fax number or email address you’ve provided us, by calling you on your Device or any other phone number you’ve provided us, by voice message on your Device or any other phone number you’ve provided us, by SMS or text message on your Device, or through your Sprint Zone application. Back to top<br>\n<br>\n<strong>Do I still have a commitment? What about an Early Termination Fee? </strong>Some of our Services have a minimum term, usually 1 or 2 years (“Term Commitment”), during which you agree to keep and pay for your Services.  If your Agreement contains a Term Commitment, you will be charged a fee (“Early Termination Fee”) for each line of Service that you terminate before satisfying your Term Commitment or for each line of Service that we terminate early for good reason (for example, violating the payment or other terms of the Agreement).\nAny Early Termination Fee will be prorated based on the length of your remaining Term Commitment.\nEarly Termination Fees are a part of our rates for agreements with Term Commitments.\nAny Term Commitment, the length of the Term Commitment, and the applicable Early Termination Fee amounts and proration will be disclosed to you during the sales transaction.\nCarefully review any Term Commitment and Early Termination Fee requirements prior to selecting Services.\nAfter you have satisfied your Term Commitment, your Services automatically continue on a monthly basis under the then-current Terms and Conditions and Service Policies.\nServices offered on a subscription basis may not require a Term Commitment and may not automatically renew.\nAs explained directly below, there are times when you may not be responsible for an Early Termination Fee for terminating Services early. Back to top<br>\n<br>\n<strong>When do I have to pay an Early Termination Fee? </strong>If you have completed your Term Commitment, do not have a Term Commitment, or are returning Your Device under our published return policy, you will not need to pay an Early Termination Fee when you terminate Service.  If you still have a Term Commitment, you will be responsible for paying your prorated Early Termination Fee unless you are responding to a materially adverse change that we make to the Agreement as described directly below. Back to top<br>\n<strong>\n<br>\nWhat happens if Sprint changes the agreement? </strong>We may change prices or any other term of your Service or this Agreement at any time.\nWe’ll provide you notice of any material changes and may provide notice of nonmaterial changes.\nIf you use your Service after the change takes effect, then you are accepting the change.  You may have a rate plan, pricing, or services that are offered only if you are eligible and qualify.  If at any point you no longer qualify and are not eligible, or if certain rate plans or services are no longer supported or available, please notify us or, in some cases, Sprint will notify you and give you notice of the change(s) to your plan or services.\nIf we make a materially adverse change to your Agreement, you may terminate the materially affected line of Service without paying an Early Termination Fee by contacting customer care within 30 days after the effective date from the notice, and providing the reason for cancellation.  If we do not agree to fix the materially adverse change, then you may terminate your Service without paying the ETF.\nIf you do not call us, and you cancel any Service within 30 days of the change, an Early Termination Fee will apply to the cancelled Services that are under a Term Commitment. Back to top<br>\n<br>\n<strong>Can Sprint suspend or terminate Services?</strong> We can, without notice, suspend or terminate any Service at any time for any reason.\nFor example, we can suspend or terminate any Service for: (a) late payment.\n(b) exceeding an Account Spending Limit.\n(c) harassing/threatening/abusing/offending or being excessively impolite to our employees or agents.\n(d) interfering with our operations.\n(e) using/suspicion of using Services in a way that violates or is inconsistent with the Agreement and Policies or adversely affects any of our other customers, reputation, network, property, or Services.\n(f) breaching, failing to follow, or abusing the Agreement or Policies.\n(g) providing false, inaccurate, dated, or unverifiable information, including identification or credit information.\n(h) becoming insolvent or bankrupt.\n(i) modifying a Device from its manufacturer specifications (for example, rooting the device).\n(j) failing to use our Services or maintain an active Device.\n(k) you resell or attempt to resell the Services or (l) if we believe the action protects our interests, any customer’s interests, or our network. Back to top<br>\n<br>\n<strong>How do I change my services and when are changes effective?</strong> We want you to be 100% thrilled with your Sprint Services! If you want to change your Services, you should go to sprint.com, and you can typically change Services immediately.\nIn some instances, changes may be conditioned on payment of an Early Termination Fee or certain other charges, or require a new Term Commitment Some changes to Services may not be effective until the start of the next full invoicing cycle.\nIf the changes take place sooner, your invoice may reflect prorated charges for your old and new Services. Back to top<br>\n<br>\n<strong>How do I terminate services?</strong> If you are thinking about cancelling your Service with Sprint, please call us or visit a Sprint store so that we can try to change your mind! If we are unable to change your mind, you can terminate Services by calling us and requesting that we deactivate all Services, or by porting your number to another carrier.  You are responsible for all charges billed or incurred prior to deactivating your Service.\nIf Services are terminated before the end of your invoicing cycle, we won’t prorate charges to the date of termination and you won’t receive a credit or refund for any unused Services. Back to top<br>\n<br>\n<strong>How does Sprint protect my privacy? </strong>We care deeply about your privacy, and we want you to understand how we treat your data.  As you use the Services, we develop information about the quantity, technical configuration, type, location, and destination of telecommunications products and Services you use, as well as some other information, some of which is considered CPNI under federal law.\nPlease take a moment to review our Privacy Policy, available at sprint.com/legal/privacy.html. Back to top<br>\n<br>\n<strong>What is CPNI?</strong> As we provide telecommunications products and Services to you (the account holder), we develop information about the quantity, technical configuration, type, location, and destination of telecommunications products and Services you use, as well as some other information found on your bill (“CPNI”).\nUnder federal law, you have the right and we have a duty to protect the confidentiality of your CPNI. </p>\n<ul>\n<strong>\n</strong>\n<li>How Do I Keep My Account Secure? Your PIN, passwords, and other account credentials are specific to you and are yours to protect.  Anyone who has access to this information, has access to your account.\nYou (the account holder) may be required to password protect your account information by establishing a personal identification number (“PIN”).\nYou may also be required to set a backup security question and answer in the event you forget your PIN.\nSprint may treat anyone who presents your credentials as you or as an authorized user.  We may disclose your account information or make changes in Service based on a request by someone with your account credentials.\nYou agree that we may contact you for Service-related reasons through the contact information that you provide, through the Services or Devices to which you subscribe, or through other available means, including text message, SMS, email, fax, recorded message, mobile, residential or business phone, or mail.</li>\n<li>What Information Is On My Device? Your Device contains sensitive, personal information.\nSprint is not responsible for any information on your Device, including sensitive or personal information.\nWe recommend that you safeguard any sensitive or personal information when your Device is out of your possession or control a.\nBy submitting your Device to us, you agree that our employees, contractors, or vendors may access all of the information on your Device.\nIf you exchange, return, or recycle your Device through us, we typically attempt to erase all data on your Device, but you must remove all data from your Device before you provide it to us.</li>\n</ul>\n<p>Back to top<strong>\n<br>\n<br> How can I use my device, number and email address? </strong>We don’t manufacture any Device that you use with our Services, including the Devices we provide.\nThat means we aren’t responsible for any defects, acts, omissions, or other problems with your Device.\nCheck with your manufacturer to determine whether there are any warranties on your Device.\nDevice performance may vary based on Device specifications (for example, a Device’s software, memory, and storage), and Device performance may impact access to our Services.\nYour Device is designed to be activated on our network and in other coverage areas that we may make available to you.\nExcept for any legal right you may have to port/transfer your phone number to another carrier, you have no—and cannot gain any (for example, through publication, use, etc.)—proprietary, ownership, or other rights to any phone number, identification number, email address, or other identifier that we assign to you, your Device, or your account.\nWe’ll notify you if we decide to change or reassign them.\nWe do not guarantee that any port or transfer of your phone number will be successful.\nYour Sprint phone may have be programmed with restrictions that prevent another carrier's SIM card from being inserted into your phone’s SIM slot for use on a different network.  Sprint will unlock a capable device, provided the device is eligible per Sprint’s Unlocking Policy.\nFor more information, please visit sprint.com/unlock. Back to top<br>\n<strong>\n<br>\nWhat if I bring my own device? </strong>Sprint allows you to bring a Device that you already own to be activated on the Sprint Network.  When you activate a “Sprint Compatible” Device or a Device that was designed to be used on a network other than the Sprint Network, not all of your services may work, or they may not work correctly.  Just as with any other device, if you bring your own Device to be activated on the Sprint Network, Sprint is not responsible for your Device, including whether your Device works correctly. Back to top<br>\n<br>\n<strong>What about the apps I download? </strong>Are you going to download all your favorite apps onto your new Device? Of course, you are!! We want you to know that when you download or use certain applications, programs, Devices, and services, you may be required to accept terms specific to those items.\nGenerally, the terms will come from the app developer, software licensor, etc., which may be Sprint or someone else.\nAny terms for third party apps are between you and the third party.  Additional terms for bundled Services may either modify or replace certain provisions in these Ts&amp;Cs, including terms relating to activation, invoicing, payment, and disputing charges.  When you use these items, you are agreeing that they may access, collect, use, or disclose your personal information and that Sprint may disclose your information—including location information—to a third party. Back to top<br>\n<br>\n<strong>Where and how will my device work? </strong>Our coverage maps are available at our authorized retail locations and on sprint.com/coverage.\nYour signal, and your specific network coverage will depend on the radio transmissions your Device can pick up and Services you’ve chosen.\nOur coverage maps show our coverage estimates using Services outdoors under optimal conditions.\nCoverage isn’t available everywhere, is not guaranteed, and is subject to change without notice.\nService speeds are not guaranteed,  and depend on the Service purchased as well as other factors, such as your Device, your location, structures, buildings, weather, geography, topography, server speeds of the websites you access, network problems, network or internet congestion, software, signal strength, actions of third parties, etc.\nServices that rely on location information, such as E9-1-1 and GPS navigation, depend on your Device’s ability to acquire satellite signals (typically not available indoors) and network coverage.\nWhile your Device is receiving a software update, you may be unable to use your Device in any manner, including to call 9-1-1, until the software update is complete. Back to top<br>\n<br>\n<strong>What about roaming (Off-Net)?</strong> When we talk about “roaming,” we are talking about coverage on another carrier’s network.\nYour Device generally lets you know when you’re roaming.\nOur right to provide coverage on another carrier’s network may change from time to time, and roaming coverage may change without notice and may not always be available.\nWhether your Device can roam depends on your Device, your Services, and the availability of roaming coverage.\nCertain Services may not be available or work the same when roaming (for example, data Services, voicemail, call waiting, etc.).\nSeparate charges or limits for voice or data Services may apply while roaming. Back to top<br>\n<strong>\n<br>\nWhat about using data services?</strong> Our data Services and your Device may allow you to access the internet, email, text, take pictures and video, download and play games, video, music, graphics, sound, applications and other materials  (“Content”) or send Content elsewhere.  We have no control over the Content that you access on your Device.\nContent may be: (1) unsuitable for children/minors.\n(2) unreliable or inaccurate.\nor (3) offensive, indecent, or objectionable.\nYou’re solely responsible for evaluating the Content accessed by you or anyone through your Device or Services.\nWe strongly recommend that you monitor data usage by children/minors.\nContent from third parties may also harm your Device or its software.\nWe are not responsible for any Content, any damage caused by any Content that you access through your Services, that you load on your Device, or that you request that our representatives access or load on your Device.\nFor more information on Content and restrictions on Content, see your service plan details.\nIf we provide you storage for Content that you have purchased, then we may delete the Content without notice or place restrictions/limits on the use of storage areas.\nContent stored on a Device, transmitted over our networks, or stored by Sprint may be deleted, modified, or damaged.\nYou may not be able to make or receive voice calls while using data Services.\nContent provided by our vendors or third parties may be cancelled or terminated at any time without notice to you, and you may not receive a refund for any unused portion of the Content. Back to top<br>\n<br>\n<strong>Are there things I cannot do with Sprint’s data services? </strong>You cannot violate these Terms.\nOur data services are designed for use with your Sprint Device for reasonable and non-continuous internet access such as web surfing and non-continuous downloading, streaming, gaming and other personal internet access services.  You can’t use our data Services: (1) with server devices or host computer applications or other systems that drive continuous, heavy traffic or data sessions or automatically consume unreasonable amounts of network capacity.\n(2) as a substitute or backup for private lines or frame relay connections.\n(3) for automated machine to machine connections or purposes that are designed for unattended use, or (4) for any other unintended use as we determine in our sole discretion.\nYou may tether your Sprint Device to other lawful devices pursuant to the allotments contained in your plan for use of your Device as a hotspot or when the Device and plan are specifically intended for that purpose (for example, 4G Hotspots, wireless routers, Data Link, etc.).\nYou also can’t use our data services in a manner that is unlawful, infringes on intellectual property rights, or harms or unduly interferes with the use of Sprint’s network or systems.\nOur data services may not be used to disrupt email use by others using automated or manual routines, including, but not limited to “auto-responders” or cancel bots or other similar routines.\nto transmit or facilitate any unsolicited or unauthorized advertising, telemarketing, promotional materials, “junk mail,” unsolicited commercial or bulk email, or fax.\nor for activities adversely affecting the ability of other people or systems to use either Sprint’s wireless services or other parties’ internet-based resources, including, but not limited to, “denial of service” attacks against another network host or individual user.  We may limit, suspend, constrain, or terminate your Service for use that violates these Terms or for any heavy, continuous data usage or usage that adversely impacts our networks’ performance, hinders access to our networks, or that we determine is necessary to protect our networks from harm or degradation. Back to top<br>\n<br>\n<strong>What about our billing relationship?</strong> Now that you are a Sprint customer, we want you to understand how we do things, especially how we get your Service set up and what your bill will include.</p>\n<ul>\n<li>Will You Check My Credit? Yes.\nYou agree to give us credit information so that we can determine whether to provide or continue to provide your Services.</li>\n<li>Will I Have An Account Spending Limit? We may place a temporary or permanent account spending limit (ASL) on your account to limit the amount you can charge , regardless of when payment on those charges is due, and we may suspend your Services without prior notice if your account balance reaches the ASL, even if your account is not past due.</li>\n<li>What About A Deposit? We may at any time require a deposit as a guarantee of payment so that you may get or keep Sprint Service (“Deposit”).\nYou can’t use a Deposit to make or delay payments.\nUnless prohibited by law, we may mix Deposits with our other funds, the Deposit won’t earn interest, and we reserve the right to return the Deposit as a credit on your invoice at any time, including on any unpaid balance after you terminate Services.</li>\n<li>Are There Other Fees? We may charge activation, prepayment, reactivation, program, or other fees to establish, change, or maintain Services.\nCertain transactions may also be subject to a charge (for example, convenience payment, changing phone numbers, handset upgrades, etc.).\nWe will tell you if any of these fees apply to your requested transaction.</li>\n<li>Can I Authorize Other Users? You are responsible for any changes to your Services made by a person you authorize, including adding or removing Services or features to your account, receiving notices and disclosures on your behalf, purchasing Devices for use with our Service, or entering into a new Term Commitment, all of which may result in additional charges, and are considered modifications to this Agreement.</li>\n</ul>\n<p>Back to top</p>\n<p>\n<strong>What does my bill include?</strong>\n</p>\n<ul>\n<li>Your bill will include charges for your monthly recurring amount, usage, additional services, taxes, surcharges, product and equipment charges, subscription charges, third party charges and fees associated with your Services.\nThese charges are described or referred to during the sales transaction, in our marketing materials, and in confirmation materials that we may send to you.\nPlease check online if you want more detailed information about your bill.</li>\n<li>Your bill may also include other important notices (for example, changes to your Agreement, to your Service, legal notices, etc.).</li>\n</ul>\n<p>Back to top</p>\n<p>\n<strong>How will you calculate my charges?</strong>\n<br>\n</p>\n<ul>\n<li>Voice Calls: For charges based on the amount of time used, we round up partial minutes to the next full minute.  You are billed for connected calls including calls to voice mail and your rate is based on the location of the network equipment providing service and not your device location or area code.  Calls begin when you push a button or graphic to initiate the call or when the call connects to the network and they end when you hang up or end the call, or the network connection breaks.  Calls may be subject to maximum duration and automatically terminated if exceeded.</li>\n<li>Data<strong>:</strong> Data is measured in bytes and are rounded up to kilobytes (KB) at the end or during a data session.  Data usage may be presented on your bill as kilobytes, megabytes, or gigabytes (each, a “Data Increment”).  You are charged for all data directed to your Device’s internet address, including sessions that support your Device functions (including any applications you have downloaded on your Device), as well as data sessions you did not initiate.   Data charges may be rounded to the next cent if you are billed by a Data Increment.  Data estimates are not reliable predictors of actual data usage.</li>\n<li>Push-to-Talk Charges: Charges for push-to-talk calls are billed to the person who starts the call and calculated by multiplying the duration of the call by the applicable rate and number of participants.\nYou’re charged at least 6 seconds of airtime for each call you start.\nsubsequent communications in the same call are rounded up to and billed to the next second.\nTime begins when you press any button to start a push-to-talk call and ends approximately 6 seconds after completion of a communication to which no participant responds.\nSubsequent push-to-talk communications are considered new calls.\nCharges apply for the entire period of time the push-to-talk call is connected to our network.\nDepending on your plan, nationwide, international, or group push-to-talk calls may use the local push-to-talk minutes in your plan and result in additional or different charges.\nResponses to call alert transmissions are treated as new push-to-talk transmissions even when responding within 6 seconds of receiving the alert.\nPush-to-talk billing methods are subject to change as we introduce new push-to-talk Services.</li>\n</ul>\n<p>Back to top</p>\n<p>\n<strong>What are the other fees?</strong>\n<br>\n</p>\n<ul>\n<li>Additional Fees? Depending on your Services, charges for additional services may include operator and directory assistance, voicemail, call forwarding, data calls, texts, and internet access.</li>\n<li>Surcharges.\nYou agree to pay all Sprint surcharges (“Surcharges”), including, but are not limited to: Federal Universal Service.\nRegulatory and Administrative charges.\ngross receipts charges, and other charges.\nSurcharges are not taxes and are not legally required.\nrather they are part of our rates and we choose to collect them from you to recover certain costs.\nWe will provide detail about any Surcharges on your invoice, and we may change them at any time.  Information on Surcharges is provided during the sales transaction and is available on our website.</li>\n</ul>\n<p>Back to top</p>\n<p>\n<strong>What about paying my bill?</strong>\n</p>\n<ul>\n<li>You must pay the full amount of your bill on the due date.\nIf we do not receive payment in full by the due date, you may be assessed a late fee, which may be charged at the highest rate permissible by law and may be applied to the total unpaid balance.\nIf we use a collection agency to collect unpaid balances from you, we may charge you for those costs.\nIf we bill you for amounts on behalf of a third party, payments received are first applied to our charges.\nCertain methods of payment may have additional fees.\nWe may charge you, up to the highest amount permitted by law, for returned checks or other payments paid by you and denied for any reason by a financial institution.\nAcceptance of payments (even if marked “paid in full”) does not waive our right to collect all amounts that you owe us.\nWe may restrict your payment methods to cashier’s check, money order, or other similar secure form of payment at any time for good reason.</li>\n<li>\n<strong>If you provide your credit and debit card information to us at any time, you authorize us to charge your cards until successful for all delinquent amounts you owe us.\nSprint may obtain updated information from card networks, issuers or other third-party sources.</strong>\n</li>\n<li>You agree to pay all federal, state, and local taxes, fees, and other assessments that we collect and remit to the government.\nThese charges may change from time to time without advance notice.</li>\n<li>You agree to dispute charges on your bill within 60 days, by contacting us as described in your bill.  Please remember to pay all undisputed charges on or before your bill’s due date.</li>\n</ul>\n<p>Back to top</p>\n<p>\n<strong>Who will contact me regarding billing and collections?</strong> You expressly authorize, and specifically consent to allowing, Sprint and any of Sprint’s agents to contact you in connection with any and all matters relating to unpaid past due charges you owe Sprint.\nYou agree that, for attempts to collect unpaid past due charges, Sprint and any of its agents may contact you at any mailing address, telephone number, cellular phone number, email address, or any other electronic address that you have provided, or may in the future provide, to Sprint.\nYou agree and acknowledge that any e-mail address or any other electronic address that you provide to Sprint is your private address and is not accessible to unauthorized third parties.\nFor attempts to collect unpaid charges, you agree that in addition to individual persons attempting to communicate directly with you, any type of contact described above may be made using, among other methods, pre-recorded or artificial voice messages delivered by an automatic telephone dialing system, pre-set e-mail messages delivered by an automatic e-mailing system, or any other pre-set electronic messages delivered by any other automatic electronic messaging system. Back to top<br>\n<strong>\n<br> Do I have a software license for the software on my device?</strong> Sprint grants you a non-exclusive and non-transferable license or sublicense to use software, in accordance with the applicable software licensing terms.\nNo rights are granted to source code.\nYou cannot use any software on behalf of third parties or for time share or service bureau activities and cannot reverse engineer, decompile, modify, or enhance any software.\nSprint may block or terminate your use of any software if you fails to comply with applicable licensing terms.\nSprint may revoke this license at any time. Back to top<br>\n<strong>\n<br> How do location-enabled services work?</strong> Our networks generally know the location of your Device when it is outdoors and/or turned on.\nBy using various technologies to locate your Device, we can provide enhanced emergency 9-1-1 services and optional location-enabled services provided by us or a third party.\nNetwork coverage or environmental factors (such as structures, buildings, weather, geography, landscape, and topography) can significantly impact the ability to access your Device’s location information and use of location-enabled services.  You agree that any authorized user may access, use, or authorize Sprint or third-party location-enabled applications through the Services.\nYou understand that your use of any location-enabled applications is subject to the application’s terms and policies, including its privacy policy.\nIf you activate location-enabled services for Devices used by other authorized users, you agree to inform the authorized user(s) of the terms of use for location-enabled applications and that the Device may be located. Back to top<br>\n<strong>\n<br> Is calling 9-1-1 or other emergency numbers different on my device?</strong> Public safety officials advise that when making 9-1-1 or other emergency calls, you should always be prepared to provide your location information.\nDepending on a number of factors (for example, whether your Device is GPS-enabled, where you are, whether local emergency service providers have upgraded their equipment, etc.), 9-1-1 operators may not know your phone number, your location, or the location of your Device.\nSometimes, an emergency call may be routed to a state patrol dispatcher or alternative location set by local emergency service providers.\nEnhanced 9-1-1 service (“E9-1-1”)—where enabled by local emergency authorities—uses GPS technology to provide location information.\nEven when available, however, E9-1-1 does not always provide accurate location information.\nIf your Device is indoors or for some other reason cannot acquire a satellite signal, you may not be located.\nSome Devices have a safety feature that prevents use of the keypad after dialing 9-1-1—you should follow voice prompts when interacting with emergency service providers employing interactive voice response systems to screen calls. Back to top<br>\n<strong>\n<br> What if my device is lost or stolen?</strong> Call us immediately if your Device is lost or stolen because you may be responsible for usage charges before you notify us of the alleged loss or theft.\nA lost or stolen Device does not affect your Term Commitment, and you will still be responsible for an Early Termination Fee if you terminate Services early.\nYou will still be responsible for any lease or installment billing obligations, as well as any monthly recurring charges associated with the Service on your Device after you notify us of the alleged loss or theft.\nYou agree to cooperate if we choose to investigate the matter (provide facts, sworn statements, etc.). Back to top<br>\n<strong>\n<br> Is there a warranty on my services?</strong> UNLESS EXPRESSLY PROVIDED IN WRITING OTHERWISE, WE MAKE NO REPRESENTATIONS OR WARRANTIES, EXPRESS OR IMPLIED, INCLUDING (TO THE EXTENT ALLOWED BY LAW) ANY IMPLIED WARRANTY OF MERCHANTABILITY, NON-INFRINGEMENT, OR FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR PURPOSE CONCERNING YOUR SERVICES (INCLUDING YOUR DEVICE AND ANY SOFTWARE OR APPLICATIONS ON YOUR DEVICE).\nWE DON’T PROMISE UNINTERRUPTED OR ERROR-FREE SERVICES AND DON’T AUTHORIZE ANYONE TO MAKE WARRANTIES ON OUR BEHALF.\nSPRINT PROVIDES ALL SOFTWARE AND APPLICATIONS ON AN “AS IS” BASIS WITH ALL FAULTS, ERRORS, AND DEFECTS. Back to top<br>\n<strong>\n<br> Is Sprint responsible for certain problems?</strong> You agree that neither we nor any third party involved in providing Services are responsible for any damages, delay, interruption or other failure to perform resulting from: (a) providing or failing to provide Services, including, but not limited to, deficiencies or problems with a Device or network coverage (for example, dropped, blocked, interrupted Services, etc.).\n(b) traffic or other accidents, or any health-related claims relating to our Services.\n(c) an interruption or failure in accessing or attempting to access emergency services from a Device, including through 9-1-1, Enhanced 9-1-1 or otherwise.\n(d) interrupted, failed, or inaccurate location information services.\n(e) information or communication that is blocked by a spam filter.\n(f) damage to your Device or any computer or equipment connected to your Device, or damage to or loss of any information stored on your Device, computer, equipment, or Sprint storage space from your use of the Services or from viruses, worms, or downloads of malicious content, materials, data, text, images, video, or audio.\nor (g) things beyond our control, including acts of God (for example, weather-related phenomena, fire, earthquake, hurricane, etc.), riot, strike, war, terrorism, or government orders or acts. Back to top<br>\n<strong>\n<br> What Is Sprint’s liability?</strong> TO THE EXTENT ALLOWED BY LAW, OUR LIABILITY FOR MONETARY DAMAGES FOR ANY CLAIMS THAT YOU MAY HAVE AGAINST US IS LIMITED TO NO MORE THAN THE PROPORTIONATE AMOUNT OF THE SERVICE CHARGES ATTRIBUTABLE TO THE AFFECTED PERIOD.\nUNDER NO CIRCUMSTANCES ARE WE LIABLE FOR ANY INCIDENTAL, CONSEQUENTIAL, PUNITIVE, MULTIPLE, OR SPECIAL DAMAGES OF ANY NATURE WHATSOEVER ARISING OUT OF OR RELATED TO PROVIDING OR FAILING TO PROVIDE SERVICES IN CONNECTION WITH A DEVICE, INCLUDING, BUT NOT LIMITED TO, LOST PROFITS, LOSS OF BUSINESS, OR COST OF REPLACEMENT PRODUCTS AND SERVICES. Back to top<br>\n<strong>\n<br>\n<u>\n<br>\nDISPUTE RESOLUTION AND ARBITRATION</u>\n<br>\n<br>\n</strong>PLEASE READ THIS CAREFULLY.\nIT AFFECTS YOUR RIGHTS<br>\n<strong>\n<br> How will we resolve disputes? </strong>We want you to be happy with your Sprint Services.  If, for some reason, we cannot resolve your concern to your satisfaction through calls to our customer care, you and Sprint each agree to try to resolve those disputes in good faith after you provide written notice of the dispute as set forth below.\nIf we cannot resolve the dispute, you and Sprint agree that we will resolve the dispute through individual binding arbitration or small claims court, instead of courts of general jurisdiction.\nBack to top<br>\n<strong>\n<br> Mandatory arbitration and waiver of class action</strong>\n<br>\n<br>\nInstead of suing in court, you and Sprint agree to arbitrate all Disputes (as defined below) on an individual, non-representative, basis.\nYou agree that, by entering into this Agreement, you and Sprint are waiving the right to a trial by jury or to participate in a class action or representative action.\nThis agreement to arbitrate is intended to be broadly interpreted.<br>\n<br>\nIn arbitration, there is no judge or jury.\nInstead, a neutral third-party arbitrator resolves Disputes in a less formal process than in court.\nIn arbitration, there is limited discovery and a court review of the arbitrator’s decision is limited.\nHowever, just as a court would, the arbitrator must follow the terms of the Agreement and can award damages and relief, including any attorneys’ fees authorized by law.<br>\n<br>\n“Disputes” include, but are not limited to, any claims or controversies against each other in any way related to or arising out of our Services or the Agreement, including wireless coverage, Devices, billing services and practices, policies, contract practices (including enforceability), and service, privacy, or advertising claims, even if the claim arises after Services have terminated.\nDisputes also include, but are not limited to, claims that: (a) you or an authorized or unauthorized user of the Services or Devices bring against our employees, agents, affiliates, or other representatives.\n(b) you bring against a third party, such as a retailer or equipment manufacturer, that are based on, relate to, or arise out of in any way our Services or the Agreement.\nor (c) that Sprint brings against you.\nDisputes also include, but are not limited to, (i) claims in any way related to or arising out of any aspect of the relationship between you and Sprint, whether based in contract, tort, statute, fraud, misrepresentation, advertising claims or any other legal theory.\n(ii) claims that arose before this Agreement or out of a prior Agreement with Sprint.\n(iii) claims that are subject to on-going litigation where you are not a party or class member.\nand/or (iv) claims that arise after the termination of this Agreement.<br>\n<br>\nBack to top<br>\n<strong>\n<br> Dispute notice and dispute resolution period</strong>\n<br>\n<br>\nBefore initiating an arbitration or a small claims matter, you and Sprint each agree to first provide to the other a written notice (“Notice of Dispute”), which shall contain: (a) a written description of the problem and relevant documents and supporting information.\nand (b) a statement of the specific relief sought.\nA Notice of Dispute to Sprint should be sent to: General Counsel.\nArbitration Office.\n12502 Sunrise Valley Drive, Mailstop VARESA0202-2C682.\nReston, Virginia 20191.\nSprint will provide a Notice of Dispute to you in accordance with the “ How Do We Talk To Each Other About The Agreement?” section of this Agreement.\nSprint will provide you a designated representative to work with to try to resolve your Dispute to your satisfaction.\nYou and Sprint agree to make attempts to resolve the Dispute prior to commencing an arbitration or small claims action.\nIf an agreement cannot be reached within forty-five (45) days of receipt of the Notice of Dispute, you or Sprint may commence an arbitration proceeding or small claims action.\nBack to top<br>\n<br>\n<strong>How does arbitration work?</strong>\n</p>\n<ul>\n<li>Unless you and Sprint agree otherwise, the arbitration will be conducted by a single, neutral arbitrator and will take place in the county of the last billing address of the Service.\nThe arbitration will be governed by either: (a) rules that we mutually agree upon.\nor (b) the JAMS Comprehensive Arbitration Rules &amp.\nProcedures (the “JAMS Rules”), as modified by this agreement to arbitrate, including the rules about the filing, administration, discovery and arbitrator fees.\nThe JAMS rules are available on its website at www.jamsadr.com.\nNotwithstanding any JAMS Rule to the contrary or any other provision in arbitration rules chosen, by agreement, to govern the arbitration, we each agree that all issues regarding the Dispute are delegated to the arbitrator to decide, except that only a court (and not the arbitrator) shall decide any disagreements regarding the scope and enforceability of this agreement to arbitrate.</li>\n<li>The Federal Arbitration Act (“FAA”) applies to this Agreement and arbitration provision.\nWe each agree that the FAA’s provisions—not state law—govern all questions of whether a Dispute is subject to arbitration.\nTo the extent that this agreement to arbitrate conflicts with the JAMS Policy on Consumer Arbitrations Pursuant to Pre-Dispute Clauses Minimum Standards for Procedural Fairness (the “Minimum Standards”), the Minimum Standards in that regard will apply.\nHowever, nothing in this paragraph will require or allow you or Sprint to arbitrate on a class-wide, representative or consolidated basis.</li>\n<li>The arbitrator may award declaratory or injunctive relief only in favor of the individual party seeking relief and only to the extent necessary to provide relief warranted by that party’s individual claim.\nYOU AND SPRINT AGREE THAT EACH MAY BRING CLAIMS AGAINST THE OTHER ONLY IN AN INDIVIDUAL CAPACITY, AND NOT AS A CLASS MEMBER IN ANY PUTATIVE CLASS OR REPRESENTATIVE PROCEEDING.\nFurther, unless both you and Sprint expressly agree otherwise, the arbitrator may not consolidate more than one person’s claims, and may not otherwise preside over any form of a representative or class proceeding.\nIf any portion of this provision is found to be unenforceable, then the entirety of this arbitration provision shall be null and void. </li>\n<li>We each are responsible for our respective costs, including counsel, experts, and witnesses.\nSprint will pay for any filing or case management fees associated with the arbitration and the professional fees for the arbitrator’s services.</li>\n<li>An arbitrator’s award will be a written statement of the disposition of each claim and will also provide a concise written statement of the essential findings and conclusions which form the basis of the award.\nThe arbitrator’s decision and award is final and binding, with some limited court review under the FAA, and judgment on the award may be entered in any court with jurisdiction.</li>\n<li>As an alternative to arbitration, we may resolve Disputes in small claims court in the county of your most recent billing address.\nIn addition, this arbitration agreement does not prevent you from bringing your Dispute to the attention of any federal, state, or local government agency.\nSuch agencies can, if the law allows, seek relief against Sprint on your behalf. </li>\n</ul>\n<p>Back to top<strong>\n<br>\n<br> What about going to court? </strong>IF FOR ANY REASON A CLAIM ARISING OUT OF OR RELATING TO THIS AGREEMENT IN ANY WAY PROCEEDS IN COURT RATHER THAN IN ARBITRATION, REGARDLESS OF WHETHER THE CLAIM IS AN ACTION, COUTERCLAIM OR ANY OTHER COURT PROCEEDING, WE EACH AGREE THAT TO THE EXTENT ALLOWED BY LAW, THERE WILL NOT BE A JURY TRIAL OR CLASS ACTION AND WE EACH UNCONDITIONALLY (1) WAIVE ANY RIGHT TO TRIAL BY JURY AND (2) WAIVE ANY RIGHT TO PURSUE DISPUTES ON A CLASSWIDE BASIS, INCLUDING JOINING A CLAIM WITH THE CLAIM OF ANY OTHER PERSON OR ENTITY OR ASSERT A CLAIM IN A REPRESENTATIVE CAPACTITY ON BEHALF OF ANYONE ELSE IN ANY OTHER PROCEEDING. <br>\n<strong>\n<br>\n</strong>Back to top<strong>\n<br>\n<br> What happens if someone sues Sprint based on something you actually caused?</strong> You agree to indemnify, defend, and hold Sprint and our subsidiaries, affiliates, parent companies, vendors, suppliers, and licensors harmless from any claims arising out of or relating to your actions, including, but not limited to, your use of the Service and any information you submit, post, transmit, or make available via the Service.\nfailing to provide appropriate notices regarding location-enabled services.\nfailure to safeguard your passwords, backup question to your shared secret question, or other account information.\nor violating this Agreement or any policy referenced in this Agreement, any applicable law or regulation, or the rights of any third party.<br>\n<br>\nBack to top<br>\n<strong>\n<br> Anything else?</strong> Subject to federal law or unless the Agreement specifically provides otherwise, this Agreement is governed solely by the laws of the state encompassing the billing address of the Device, without regard to the conflicts of law rules of that state.\nIf either of us waives or doesn’t enforce a requirement under this Agreement in an instance, we don’t waive our right to later enforce that requirement.\nExcept as the Agreement specifically provides otherwise, if any part of the Agreement is held invalid or unenforceable, the rest of this Agreement remains in full force and effect.\nThis Agreement isn’t for the benefit of any third party except our corporate parents, affiliates, subsidiaries, agents, and predecessors and successors in interest.\nYou can’t assign the Agreement or any of your rights or duties under it, unless we agree to the assignment.\nWe can assign the Agreement without notice.\nYou cannot in any manner resell the Services to another party.\nThe Agreement and the documents it incorporates make up the entire agreement between us and replaces all prior written or spoken agreements—you can’t rely on any contradictory documents or statements by sales or service representatives.\nThe rights, obligations, and commitments in the Agreement that—by their nature—would logically continue beyond the termination of Services (for example, those relating to billing, payment, 9-1-1, dispute resolution, no class action, no jury trial) survive termination of Services.</p>\n<p>Back to top</p>\n<p>\n</p>\n<p>Sign up for Sprint offers and news.<br>\n</p> Sign up <ul>\n<li> Facebook </li>\n<li> Twitter </li>\n<li> Instagram </li>\n<li> YouTube </li>\n</ul>\n<ul>\n<li>Coverage Map</li>\n<li>News Center</li>\n<li>About Us</li>\n<li>Contact Us</li>\n</ul>\n<ul>\n<li>Legal</li>\n<li>Privacy</li>\n<li>Interest Based Ads</li>\n<li>Careers</li>\n<li>Accessibility</li>\n<li>Corporate responsibility</li>\n<li>CTIA/Regulatory</li>\n<li>Terms &amp.\nconditions</li>\n</ul> © 2018 Sprint.com - All Rights Reserved.\nLegal disclosure <p>\n<u>APPLE WATCH DETAILS</u>\n</p>\n<p>Apple Watch Series 4 (GPS + Cellular) has not been authorized as required by the rules of the Federal Communications Commission.\nApple Watch Series 4 (GPS + Cellular) is not, and may not be, offered for sale or lease, or sold or leased, until authorization is obtained.</p>\n<p>\n<u>Limited-time promotions</u>\n</p>\n<p>\n<u>Rate Plans</u>\n</p>\n<p>FOR ALL PLANS:</p>\n<p>** Mo.\ncharges excl.\ntaxes &amp.\nSprint Surcharges [incl.\nUSF charge of up to 17.9% (varies quarterly), up to $2.50 Admin.\n&amp.\n40¢ Reg.\n/line/mo.) &amp.\nfees by area (approx.\n5 -20%)].\nSurcharges are not taxes.\nSee sprint.com/taxesandfees.</p>\n<p>Activ.\nFee: Up to $30/line.\nReqs.\ncredit approval and eBill.\nIncluded features/content may change or be discontinued at any time. AutoPay: $5/mo.\ndiscount may not reflect on 1st bill. Quality of Svc.\n(QoS): Customers who use more than 50GB of data during a billing cycle will be deprioritized during times &amp.\nplaces where the Sprint network is constrained.\nSee sprint.com/networkmanagement for details. Usage Limitations: To improve data experience for the majority of users, throughput may be limited, varied or reduced on the network.\nSprint may terminate svc.\nif off-network roaming usage in a mo.\nexceeds: (1) 800 min.\nor a majority of min..\nor (2) 100MB or a majority of KB.\nProhibited network use rules apply—see sprint.com/termsandconditions.</p>\n<p>SERVICE PLANS:</p>\n<p>\n<strong>Sprint Unlimited Premium Plan:</strong> Reqs eBill.\nIncludes unlimited domestic calling, texting, Mobile Hotspot VPN &amp.\nP2P &amp.\ndata as indicated above.\nThird-party content/downloads are add’l charge.\nPlan not avail.\nfor tablets or MBB devices.\nSelect Int’l svcs are included for phone lines.\nSee sprint.com/globalroaming.\nSubsidized devices incur an add’l.\n$25/mo.\ncharge.\nMust remain on Premium plan for a minimum of 30 days.</p>\n<p>Sprint Unlimited Plus Plan: $70/mo.\nfor line 1, $50/mo.\nfor line 2 &amp.\n$30/mo.\nfor lines 3-5 with autopay.\nNon-Financed Promo: Up to 5 new lines on Unlimited Plus.\nPay additional $10/mo/line after Financed device upgrade.\nCredits applied within 2 bills.\nThird-party content/downloads are add’l charge.\nPlan not avail.\nfor tablets or MBB devices.\nSelect Int’l svcs are included for phone lines.\nSee sprint.com/globalroaming.\nSubsidized devices incur an add'l.\n$25/mo.\ncharge.</p>\n<p>Sprint Unlimited Basic Plan: Third-party content/downloads are add’l.\ncharge.\nPlan not avail.\nfor tablets or MBB devices.\nSelect Int’l svcs are included for phone lines.\nSee sprint.com/globalroaming.\nSubsidized devices incur an add'l.\n$25/mo.\ncharge.</p>\n<p>\n<strong>Sprint Unlimited Kickstart Plan:</strong>  Up to 5 lines.\nIncl.\nunlimited domestic calling, texting &amp.\ndata while on the Sprint network.\nThird-party content/downloads are add’l.\ncharge.\nSel.\nint’l.\nsvc.\nincl.\nSee sprint.com/globalroaming.\nNo add-ons avail.\nPlan not avail.\nfor tablets/MBB devices.\nUpgrading to phone that is not purchased at Full SRP or BYOD will require plan change.</p>\n<p>Sprint Unlimited 55+ Plan: Reqs.\neBill &amp.\nnew account activation.\n2 line max.\nIncludes unlimited domestic calling, texting &amp.\ndata with 3G Mobile Hotspot VPN &amp.\nP2P data.\nDiscounted phones subject to add'l $25/mo./line.\nThird-party content/downloads are add’l charge.\nPlan not avail.\nfor tablets/MBB devices.\nSelect Int’l svcs are included see sprint.com/globalroaming.</p>\n<p>Sprint Unlimited Military Plan: Third-party content/downloads are add’l.\ncharge.\nPlan not avail.\nfor MBB devices.\nSelect Int’l svcs are included for phone lines.\nSee sprint.com/globalroaming.\nSubsidized devices incur an add'l.\n$25/mo.\ncharge.</p>\n<p>Better Choice Plan: No discounts apply to access charges &amp.\nearly upgrade add-on charge.\nIncl.\nunlimited domestic calling &amp.\ntexting.\nData allowance as specified.\nNon-discounted phones req.\nyou to sign up for leasing, mo.\ninstallments, pay full MSRP or bring your own capable phone.\nThird-party content/downloads are add’l.\ncharge.\nMax.\nof 10 phone/tablet/MBB lines.\nIncl.\nsel.\nallotment of on-network shared data usage &amp.\n100MB off-network data usage.\nAdd’l.\non-network high-speed data allowance may be purch.\nat $15/GB.\nAdd’l.\noff-network data can be added by opt in only for 25¢/MB for tablets/MBBs.\nMobile Hotspot Usage pulls from your shared data &amp.\noff-network allowances.\nHigh speed data is access to 3G/4G.Discounted Phones Access ($45): Inv.\nwill show a term access charge of $45/mo./line charge until the customer enters into a new device transaction that does not have an annual term svc.\nagmt.</p>\n<p>\n<strong>2GB Plan:</strong> No discounts apply (except AutoPay discounts).\nIncludes unlimited domestic Long Distance calling and texting.\nThird-party content/downloads are add’l charge.\nIncludes selected allotment of on-network data usage for phone and mobile hotspot use and 100MB off-network data usage.\nAdd’l on-network high-speed data allowance may be purchased at $15/GB.\nMobile Hotspot Usage pulls from your data and off-network allowances.\nHigh-speed data is access to 3G/4G.\nAdd’l $25 line/mo.\napplies with subsidized phone until the customer enters into a new device transaction that does not have an annual term service agreement.</p>\n<p>Unlimited Tablet Plan: Incl.\nunlimited texting on capable tablets &amp.\ndata with mobile optimized video streams at up to 480+ resolution, music at up to 500kbps, streaming gaming at up to 2 Mbps.\nAdd Unlimited premium resolution streaming for add'l.\n$20/mo./line &amp.\nget video streams at up to 1080+, music at up to 1.5 Mbps, gaming at up to 8 Mbps.\nData deprioritization applies during times of congestion.\nAfter the 10GB, MHS, VPN &amp.\nP2P usage will be limited to 2G speeds.\nThird-party content/downloads are add'l.\ncharge.\nInt'l.\nsvc.\nare not incl.</p>\n<p>Sprint Phone Connect: No plan discounts apply.\nDomestic only.\nExcl.\ntext, data, fax &amp.\nother landline svc.\n(e.g., home alarm).\n911 svc.\nmay not be same as landline 911.</p>\n<p>\n<u>Device Offers</u>\n</p>\n<p>\n<u>All device offers are for a limited time and while supplies last.\nCredit approval required.</u>\n</p>\n<p>Samsung offer: Phone Offer: Samsung Galaxy S8 MSRP $750.00.\nSamsung Galaxy S8+ MSRP $850.00.\nSamsung Note8 MSRP $960.00.\nSamsung Galaxy GS8 Active MSRP $850.00.\nSamsung Galaxy S9 MSRP $792.\nSamsung Galaxy S9+ MSRP $912.\nWhile supplies last. Monthly Credit: Credit ends at end of term, early termination, early payoff or upgrade, whichever occurs first.</p>\n<p>Samsung Galaxy Note9 Offer: Phone Offer: Samsung Galaxy Note9 MSRP $999.99. Monthly Credit: Credit ends at end of term, early termination, early payoff or upgrade, whichever occurs first.</p>\n<p>2-for-1 iPhone 8 offer: Phone Offer: iPhone 8 64GB $599.99.\nReqs eligible plan.\nCredits end at end of term, early termination, early payoff or upgrade, whichever occurs first.\nHigher memory configurations, and iPhone 8+ will receive the same monthly.\nsvc.\ncredit amount &amp.\nwill not be $0/mo.</p>\n<p>2-for-1 iPhone 7 offer: Phone offer: iPhone 7 32GB $449.99.\nReqs eligible plan.\nCredits end at end of term, early termination, early payoff or upgrade, whichever occurs first.\nHigher memory configurations and iPhone 7+ will receive the same monthly credit amount &amp.\nwill not be $0/mo.</p>\n<p>iPhone X offer: Phone Offer: iPhone X (64GB) MSRP $899.00. Monthly Credit: Credit ends at end of term, early termination, early payoff or upgrade, whichever occurs first.</p>\n<p>iPhone Xs, Xs Max offer: Phone Trade-in: Phone must be unlocked, deactivated &amp.\nall personal data deleted before trade-in and in good working order.\ndevice powers on and there are no broken, missing or cracked pieces.\nDevice will not be returned.\nCurrent customers must own trade in device.\nCredits end at 18 months, early payoff or upgrade, whichever occurs first.\nPhone Offer: iPhone Xs (64GB) MSRP $999.99.\niPhone Xs Max (64GB) $1,099.99.</p>\n<p>LG V30+ offer: Phone Offer: LG V30+ MSRP $912.00. Monthly Credits: End at end of term, early payoff or upgrade, whichever occurs first.</p>\n<p>LG G7 ThinQ offer: Phone Offer: LG G7 ThinQ MSRP $792.00. 2 for 1 LG G7 ThinQ: Not avail.\nw/ 50% off plans.\nHigher memory configurations will receive the same mo.\ncredit amount &amp.\nwill not be $0/mo.\nCredit ends at end of term, early termination, early payoff or upgr.\nof either phone, whichever occurs first.\nBoth devices must be acquired in same transaction.\nTo return or exchange, all devices must be returned at same time.\nMo.\npymt.\nwill be reflected on inv.\n&amp.\noffset with bill credit.</p>\n<p>Tablet Offer: Credit: Applied w/in 2 inv.\nMo.\npymt.\nwill be reflected on inv.\n&amp.\noffset with bill credit.\nCredit ends at end of term, early termination, early payoff or upgrade, whichever occurs first.\nTaxes and svc charges excluded.\nNo cash back.\nMay not be combinable with other tablet offers.\nRequires activation at point of sale.\nAvailable to new and existing customers who have an active Sprint wireless phone line.\nReq.\nqualifying data plan and new activation.\nOnly 1 Tablet Offer per account during this offer.\nCL accounts req.\nactive smartphone line and is not limited to 1 free tablet.</p>\n<p>\n<u>Device payment options</u>\n</p>\n<p>Lease (Sprint Flex): Mo.\namount excl.\ntax.\nTerms for all other customers will vary including amount due at signing &amp.\ntaxes/fees.\nReq.\nqualifying device &amp.\nsvc.\nplan.\nNo equipment security deposit req.\nUpon completion of 18-mo.\nterm, customer can continue to pay mo.\nlease amount, purch.\nor return device.\nCustomer is responsible for insurance &amp.\nrepairs. Early termination of lease/svc.: Remaining lease pymt.\nwill be due immed.\n&amp.\nreq.\ndevice return or pymt.\nof purch.\noption device price in lease.</p>\n<p>24-Mo.\nInstallments: Req.\n24-mo.\ninstallment agmt, 0% APR &amp.\nqualifying device &amp.\nsvc.\nplan.\nDevice pricing for well-qualified customers.\nModels with higher memory config.\nmay req.\na down pymt.\nMo.\npymt.\nterms &amp.\ndown pymt.\nfor all others will vary.\nDown pymt., unfinanced portion &amp.\nsales tax (on full purch.\nprice) due at purch. Early termination of 24-Mo.\nInstallments/Svc.: If you cancel wireless svc., remaining balance on device becomes due.</p>\n<p>\n<u>Additional services</u>\n</p>\n<p>Hulu: Req.\nregistration from Sprint phone at hulu.com/sprint.\nIncl.\naccess to one Hulu Limited Commercials plan per each eligible Sprint acct.\n(excl.\nother Hulu plans &amp.\nadd-ons) while eligible Sprint plan is active in good standing.\nValid for new or returning Hulu subscribers or certain existing Limited Commercials subscribers.\nSelect Hulu content streams in HD on supported devices subj.\nto connectivity.\nTablets may stream Hulu content via incl.\nSprint Hot Spot or may subscribe to separate unlimited data plan for tablets.\nNot redeemable or refundable for cash or gift subscriptions.\nHulu may place acct.\non inactivity hold based on Hulu usage.\nCancel Hulu anytime.\nSee full offer terms at sprint.com/hulu.</p>\n<p>\n<strong>Uber offer:</strong> Up to $10 off 2 rides each month requested using the Uber app.\nPromo Code for discount must be entered in the Payments section of the Uber app prior to requesting a ride to receive discount.\nMay take 30 days to receive first code.\nPromo codes will expire 30 days after delivery.\nExcludes Uber Eats.</p>\n<p>iPhone Forever: Does not guarantee mo.\npayment amount, phone selection, or svc.\nplan rates.\nUpgrade after 12 payments as long as lease &amp.\nearly upgrade offered.\nReq.\nactive line thru time of upgrade with min.\n12 consecutive mo.\nsvc.\nplan payments, new phone Lease Agreement, acct.\nin good standing, &amp.\ngive back of current eligible device in good &amp.\nfunctional condition.\nAfter upgrade, remaining unbilled lease payments are waived.\nUpgrade does not incl.\nsame generation model iPhone.\nmust be next generation iPhone.</p>\n<p>Galaxy Forever: Does not guarantee monthly payment amount, phone selection, or service plan rates.\nUpgrade after 12 payment as long as lease and early upgrades offered.\nReq.\nactive line thru time of upgrade with min.\n12 consecutive monthly service plan payments, new phone Lease Agreement, acct.\nin good standing, &amp.\ngive back of current eligible device in good &amp.\nfunctional condition.\nAfter upgrade, remaining unbilled lease payments are waived.\nUpgrade does not include same generation model Galaxy, must be next generation Galaxy.</p>\n<p>Annual Upgrades: Req.\nactive line thru time of upgrade with min.\n12 consecutive monthly payments, &amp.\nadd-on if required, new phone Lease, acct.\nin good standing, &amp.\ngive back of current eligible device in good &amp.\nfunctional condition.\nAfter upgrade, remaining unbilled lease payments are waived.\nAdd-on must be added within 30 days of purchase.</p>\n<p>Clean Slate (formerly contract buyout) offer: Clean Slate: Amount based on ETF (early termination fee) charged or remaining phone balance.\nReq.\nport from other carrier to Sprint, remain active &amp.\nin good standing for 30 days before card issuance &amp.\nbuyback of working phone in good condition (the device is unlocked, powers on and there are no broken, missing or cracked pieces) tied to offer.\nPhone must be deactivated &amp.\nall personal data deleted.\nDevice will not be returned.\nReg, &amp.\nsubmit final bill with ETF or phone balance w/in 60 days of switching at sprint.com/joinsprint.\nAllow 15 days after registration approval for Reward Card arrival.\nExcl.\ndiscounted phones, 100+ Corporate-liable, prepaid &amp.\nports made between Sprint or related entities.\nSprint will provide Visa or MasterCard Prepaid Card (“Card”) at its sole discretion. Visa Prepaid card: is issued by MetaBank®, Member FDIC, pursuant to a license from Visa U.S.A.\nInc.\nNo cash access or recurring pymt.\nCan be used everywhere Visa debit cards are accepted.\nCard &amp.\nfunds expires after 6 mo.\nCard terms &amp.\nconditions apply, see www.SprintPrepaidCard.com.<br>\nPrepaid Mastercard: Card is issued by MetaBank®, Member FDIC, pursuant to license by Mastercard International Incorporated.\nMastercard is a registered trademark, and the circles design is a trademark of Mastercard International Incorporated.\nNo cash access or recurring payments.\nUnused funds will 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--- text: - - " <i>\n</i>  Return to protonmail.com <i>\n</i> +Google <i>\n</i> Facebook <i>\n</i> Twitter Toggle navigation <ul>\n<li>About</li>\n<li>Security</li>\n<li>Blog</li>\n<li>Careers</li>\n<li>Support</li>\n<li> Enterprise <i>\n</i>\n<ul>\n<li>Business Email</li>\n<li>GDPR Compliance</li>\n</ul>\n</li>\n<li>LOG IN</li>\n<li>SIGN UP</li>\n</ul>\n<ul>\n<li>All</li>\n<li>Articles &amp.\nNews\n</li>\n<li>Encryption\n</li>\n<li>Privacy\n</li>\n<li>Releases\n</li>\n<li>Security\n</li>\n</ul> Articles &amp.\nNews Encryption Privacy Releases Security <i>\n</i>\n<i>\n</i>\n<i>\n</i>\n<i>\n</i> Transparency Report Posted on May 18, 2014May 15, 2018 by Admin ProtonMail Warrant Canary\n<p>Proton Technologies AG receives requests on a daily basis.\nRequests generally fall into the following categories:</p>\n<ul>\n<li>Legally binding court orders issued by the Canton of Geneva which have been approved by the Ministère Public.</li>\n<li>Requests from foreign governmental entities</li>\n<li>Requests from corporations</li>\n<li>Requests from private individuals</li>\n<li>Requests from Internet security organizations</li>\n</ul>\n<p>As a general principle, Proton Technologies AG only complies with legally binding requests that have been approved by a Swiss court.\nUnder Swiss data protection regulations, we cannot legally comply with foreign requests that are not supported by a Swiss court order.</p>\n<p>In addition to requests to hand over data, we can also receive requests to retain user data.\nThese requests typically come from the Swiss Federal police when they are asked to assist in a domestic or international investigation.\nIn these circumstances, we may be asked to permanently retain a copy of user data to prevent the destruction of evidence in an ongoing criminal investigation.\nHowever, this data is only retained, and is NOT handed over to any third parties.</p>\n<p>Under Swiss law, ProtonMail can only turn over user data if we receive a request from a Swiss court that is approved by the judge.\nProtonMail can only hand over encrypted messages as we do not have the ability to decrypt user messages.\nFurther details are available here.\nAs a result, we frequently answer requests by stating that we have no useful information.</p>\n<p>Proton Technologies AG may also sometimes act upon other types of requests. If presented with overwhelming evidence that the account in question is being used for illegal purposes against our Terms and Conditions, we will shut down the offending account immediately.\nLegality is defined based on Swiss law, and illegal purposes include activities such as phishing, ransomware, identity theft, etc, but not prostitution, tax evasion, gambling, or other activities protected by Swiss law.\nHowever, even if we shut down an account, we will under no circumstances hand over data, as it would be illegal to do so without a Swiss court order.</p>\n<p>It is not practical for us to disclose every single request on this warrant canary page.\nThus, our warrant canary is not a warrant canary in a traditional sense.\nA warrant canary in the traditional sense is also not necessary because according to Swiss law, all data requests must eventually be disclosed to the data subject.\nThe list below is updated whenever a special or significant new legally binding request is received, or about to be received if we have advanced warning.</p>\n<p>We define special and significant as requests where we deviate from standard operating procedure, requests that we challenge, or requests which are not the usual fraud, extortion, ransomware, and anonymous threats cases.</p>\nWarrant Canary:\n<ul>\n<li>In the 4th quarter of 2015, we received a request from the Swiss Federal Police to retain data for an account that was the subject of a criminal investigation.\nThe data preservation request was made by the US Federal Bureau of Investigation via MLAT agreement.\nAfter consultation with counsel, Proton Technologies AG decided to comply with the request and preserve the requested account data.\nNo data was handed over as we have yet to receive a binding court order requesting this data.</li>\n<li>In the 1st quarter of 2016, we received a request for user data from the Ministère public of the Republique et Canton de Genève, originating from the United Kingdom, which was legally valid under la Convention européene d’entraide judiciaire en matière pénale (CEEJ Strasbourg 1959, RS 0.351.1) and the Deuxième Protocole additionnel (Strasbourg 2001, RS 0.351.12).\nThe full facts of the criminal incident was provided to us.\nGiven that a criminal action was clearly involved and in breach of our terms and conditions, we declined to mount a court challenge against the request.\nProton Technologies AG decided to comply with the data request, to the extent that it is possible, given our cryptography.</li>\n<li>In the second quarter of 2016, we received a request for user data as part of an ongoing investigation into a bomb threat in the United States.\nWe agreed to retain (but not hand over) data on this case, pending the issuance of a Swiss court order requesting this data.</li>\n<li>In the second quarter of 2016, we received a request from Swiss authorities on behalf of German authorities requesting information in a case where a minor was at risk.\nAfter consultation with counsel, we learned a binding Swiss court order is inevitable in this case.\nTherefore, we handed over available data in this case without waiting for a court ruling in order to not hinder the investigation.\nIt is ProtonMail’s policy to always assist authorities in cases involving pedophilia or terrorism.</li>\n<li>In the second quarter of 2016, we received a request from Swiss authorities on behalf of French authorities requesting information on a case involving extortion.\nUpon our request, Swiss authorities provided to us a copy of the International Letters Rogatory and court order approved by a Paris judge.\nUpon our request, a Swiss court order was also provided for this data request.\nSince clear evidence of a crime was provided, and requested paperwork was in order, Proton Technologies AG decided to comply with the data request, to the extent that it is possible, given our cryptography.</li>\n<li>In the fourth quarter of 2016, we received a request from Swiss authorities from the Canton de Vaud, seeking information in a fraud case.\nAfter reviewing the relevant court order, Proton Technologies AG decided to comply with the data request, to the extent that it is possible, given our cryptography.</li>\n<li>In the first quarter of 2017, we received a request from the Swiss Federal Police regarding a cause of fraud which occurred in the Czech Republic.\nCzech authorities had secured the appropriate Swiss court approvals via an International Letters Rogatory and provided evidence documenting the fraud which had occurred. After reviewing the relevant court order, Proton Technologies AG decided to comply with the data request, to the extent that it is possible, given our cryptography.</li>\n<li>In the first quarter of 2017, we received a request from the Swiss Federal Police that originated from the government of the Republic of Georgia concerning an alleged cybercrime.\nAfter reviewing the relevant court order, our legal team determined the request was excessively broad and we are challenging the request.</li>\n<li>In February 2017, we received notification from the Geneva prosecutor’s office regarding an impending data request from overseas that will come with a valid International Letters Rogatory.\nThe most probable data requester is the US government.\nUpdate: The request is from the US Department of Justice in a case of extortion against a prominent advisory firm.\nAfter reviewing the relevant evidence forwarded by US authorities, criminal intent was apparent, so Proton Technologies AG decided to comply with the data request, to the extent that it is possible, given our cryptography.</li>\n<li>In March 2017, we received a request from the Geneva prosecutor’s office regarding a data request from overseas that came with a valid International Letters Rogatory.\nThe request came from the German government, investigating an account with links to ISIS.\nHowever, we were unable to provide the data requested by the German government as we did not have access to the data requested.</li>\n<li>In April 2017, we received a request from the Swiss Federal Police about an information request coming from a former Soviet republic (not Russia) regarding a case with an immediate threat of bodily harm to innocent civilians.\nProton Technologies AG decided to comply immediately with the data request, to the extent that it is possible, given our cryptography, with the understanding that a valid Swiss court order will be immediately delivered to our office as soon as possible.</li>\n<li>In May 2017, we received a request from US authorities in a US tax and money laundering case.\nWe have informed US authorities that the request must pass through the Swiss Federal Police and be approved by a Swiss court before we will respond.\n<em>Update: After contesting the validity of the warrant with assistance from lawyers from the EFF, the US government has decided not to pursue the search and seizure warrant.\n</em>\n</li>\n<li>In July 2017, we received a request for assistance from British police in the case of the kidnapping of Chloe Ayling.\nIn light of the fact that we were able to verify that the kidnappers were in fact using a ProtonMail account, and the fact that the first 48 hours are the most critical in kidnapping cases, we rendered assistance to law enforcement without a court order, but with the understanding that a court order would be furnished to us retroactively.\nWe delayed disclosure on our transparency report at the request of police until the victim was successfully rescued.\n<em>Update: The court order was indeed received soon after we rendered assistance</em>\n</li>\n<li>In August 2017, we received a request for assistance from the government of Turkey that was passed to us through the Swiss Federal Police.\nWe rejected the request on account of the Turkish government’s human rights record and will take the case to Swiss courts if the Turkish government files for an international proceeding.</li>\n<li>In January 2018, we received two requests for assistance from US law enforcement, regarding bomb threats made with ProtonMail.\nWe rendered assistance to Swiss law enforcement working on this case without having yet received a court order, but with the understanding that an approved court was on its way to us.\n<em>Update: The court order was indeed received soon after we rendered assistance</em>\n</li>\n<li>In March 2018, we received a police request from Austria involving a politician who was accused of sexual harassment.\nThe authorities are trying to identify the person who reported the accusation.\nSince the person who made the report is likely entitled to certain privacy protections, we have rejected the request even though it was approved by a Swiss court, and have requested that the Geneva prosecutor’s office review the facts of the case again and provide Proton legal with additional information.</li>\n<li>In May 2018, upon the request from the top law enforcement officer from an EU country in a case involving terrorism with an imminent threat, we disabled an account and rendered assistance, with the assurance from Swiss authorities that a court order was on its way to us.\nWe did indeed receive the court order.\nPer our standard procedure for cases like this, we will attend the court hearing to learn details from the relevant authorities about this case and to ensure that all applicable due process was followed.</li>\n</ul>\n<p>\n<strong>Request Statistics (Outdated)</strong>\n</p>\n<p>\n<em>Update: February 21, 2017 – Due to the increasing volume of requests, Proton Technologies AG will no longer continually publish updated statistics.\nInstead, aggregated statistics will be released periodically.<br>\n</em>\n</p>\n<p>\n<em>The below figures are the totals up to January, 2017 and are no longer being updated.<br>\n</em>\n</p>\n<p>ProtonMail has received a total of</p>\n<p>User Data Access Requests</p>\n<ul>\n<li>54 requests to access user data</li>\n<li>5 requests were granted</li>\n<li>49 requests were denied</li>\n<li>6 legally binding requests</li>\n</ul>\n<p>User Data Retention Requests</p>\n<ul>\n<li>10 requests to retain user data</li>\n<li>7 requests were granted</li>\n<li>3 requests were denied</li>\n<li>2 legally binding request</li>\n</ul>\nShare This!Get a Free Encrypted Email Account Privacy <small>104</small>\n<i>\n</i>\n<p>\n<em>About the Author</em>\n</p>\n<strong>Admin</strong>\n<p>We are scientists, engineers, and developers drawn together by a shared vision of protecting civil liberties online.\nEnsuring online privacy and security are core values for the ProtonMail team, and we strive daily to protect your rights online.</p>\n<p> </p> Learn More <strong>Impact of Swiss surveillance laws on secure email</strong>\n<em>December 16, 2015 in Privacy</em>In September of this year, the Swiss Parliament passed a new Swiss surveillance law, known as the Nachrichtendienstgesetz (NDG) in German and la Loi sur le renseignement (LRens)… <strong>Why Switzerland?</strong>\n<em>May 19, 2014 in Security</em>A question we often get asked is, Why is ProtonMail based in Switzerland and are there any real advantages? We believe there are and in this article, we… Leave a Reply <small>Cancel reply</small>\n<p>Your email address will not be published.</p>Comment <p>You may use these <abbr>HTML</abbr> tags and attributes: <code>&lt;a href=\"\" title=\"\"&gt;</code>\n<code>&lt;abbr title=\"\"&gt;</code>\n<code>&lt;acronym title=\"\"&gt;</code>\n<code>&lt;b&gt;</code>\n<code>&lt;blockquote cite=\"\"&gt;</code>\n<code>&lt;cite&gt;</code>\n<code>&lt;code&gt;</code>\n<code>&lt;del datetime=\"\"&gt;</code>\n<code>&lt;em&gt;</code>\n<code>&lt;i&gt;</code>\n<code>&lt;q cite=\"\"&gt;</code>\n<code>&lt;s&gt;</code>\n<code>&lt;strike&gt;</code>\n<code>&lt;strong&gt.\n</code>\n</p>Name Email Website <p>\n</p>\n<p> Current ye@r * </p>\n<p> Leave this field empty </p> 104 comments on “Transparency Report” <ul>\n<li>\n<strong>\n<cite>Chambers</cite>\n</strong>, May 18, 2014 at 11:16 PM <p>Thanks for the awesome work so far.\nI look forward to reviewing your code.</p> Reply</li>\n<li>Pingback:Why Switzerland? | ProtonMail Blog</li>\n<li>Pingback:ProtonMail, el email pensado para tu seguridad y privacidad</li>\n<li>\n<strong>\n<cite>MD</cite>\n</strong>, May 21, 2014 at 2:23 AM <p>“Under Swiss law, ProtonMail also cannot be compelled to have this ability so we cannot turn over unencrypted user communications if we receive a request from the Swiss government.”</p>\n<p>I assume this means that, under Swiss law, ProtonMail cannot be compelled by authorities to modify its (client-sided) decryption scripts to send the password back to law enforcement?</p> Reply<ul>\n<li>\n<strong>\n<cite>Admin</cite>\n</strong>, May 21, 2014 at 8:23 AM <p>Actually, this is discussed in more detail on another blog post we made: https://protonmail.com/blog/switzerland/</p> Reply</li>\n</ul>\n</li>\n<li>\n<strong>\n<cite>Sam</cite>\n</strong>, May 21, 2014 at 9:41 PM <p>I am looking forward to someday having an invite appear in my inbox! My fingers are crossed </p> Reply</li>\n<li>\n<strong>\n<cite>Ahmad detri</cite>\n</strong>, May 21, 2014 at 11:14 PM <p>Please allow me to try and use your proton mail, its look interesting for me</p> Reply</li>\n<li>\n<strong>\n<cite>Zero</cite>\n</strong>, May 22, 2014 at 5:17 PM <p>“By using open source libraries, we can guarantee that none of the encryption tools we are using have clandestinely built in back doors.”</p>\n<p>Wow! You can GUARANTEE zero backdoors? Like the RSA? Like openSSL? Like {insert almost any open source library at one time or another}.\n</p>\n<p>Amazing!</p>\n<p>+1 for using auditable FOSS libraries.\n-1000 for false claims.\nFOSS libraries just let you confirm or deny reported problems and let people go look for them.\nThey don’t *guarantee* backdoors don’t exist.</p> Reply<ul>\n<li>\n<strong>\n<cite>Admin</cite>\n</strong>, May 23, 2014 at 6:51 AM <p>100% certainty is always impossible, but I think everybody out there is fairly confident that OpenSSL does not have a backdoor, you do get a certain measure of safety from having thousands of people poring over the code.</p> Reply<ul>\n<li>\n<strong>\n<cite>Concerned Citizen</cite>\n</strong>, June 7, 2014 at 9:13 PM <p>SSL has been 100% broken in real time by security agencies since 1997.\nRSA was intentionally weakened to make it easy to break.\nYou should be very careful relying on “public libraries” of opensource code, it will give users a false sense of security.</p> Reply<ul>\n<li>\n<strong>\n<cite>Admin</cite>\n</strong>, June 8, 2014 at 4:50 AM <p>A distinction has to be made between RSA the company, and RSA the algorithm.\nThe algorithm is just mathematics and is sound, especially in the open source implementations of it.</p> Reply<ul>\n<li>\n<strong>\n<cite>Anonymous</cite>\n</strong>, September 24, 2014 at 8:23 AM <p>Just a curios question: are you planning to stay with OpenSSL or perhaps contemplating to go with the fork towards LibreSSL?</p>\n</li>\n<li>\n<strong>\n<cite>Admin</cite>\n</strong>, September 27, 2014 at 2:11 AM <p>We plan to stay with OpenSSL.</p>\n</li>\n</ul>\n</li>\n</ul>\n</li>\n<li>\n<strong>\n<cite>Anonymous</cite>\n</strong>, May 6, 2018 at 2:42 PM <p>education – forums – craigslist</p> Reply</li>\n</ul>\n</li>\n</ul>\n</li>\n<li>\n<strong>\n<cite>NY</cite>\n</strong>, May 25, 2014 at 3:29 PM <p>I heard about this new and secure email service by ProtonMail at http://www.extratorrent.cc and i was extremely interested so i visited ProtonMail website and started reading almost everything about the secure email service, but i have one question only to ask, how did you guys raised funding for such an expensive project and how do you plan raising additional funds to keep this services always running? I will be extremely happy if ProtonMail officials answers my question ASAP if possible.\nthanks for the great service and good work done! keep the privacy spirit up!</p> Reply<ul>\n<li>\n<strong>\n<cite>Admin</cite>\n</strong>, May 30, 2014 at 9:32 AM <p>So actually, the project is not that expensive because the biggest cost is our time.\nAnd this we are very willing to give for free because this is a cause we truly believe in.</p> Reply<ul>\n<li>\n<strong>\n<cite>Brett</cite>\n</strong>, July 7, 2015 at 10:26 PM <p>True transparency requires financial transparency as well.\nAnd, once you have the funds, a properly sourced third party audit of finances and policies.\nJust posting milestones in that direction would suffice for the moment.</p> Reply</li>\n</ul>\n</li>\n</ul>\n</li>\n<li>\n<strong>\n<cite>anonymous</cite>\n</strong>, May 27, 2014 at 10:48 PM <p>The same Rsa that the nsa compromised?</p>\n<p>http://www.wired.com/2013/09/rsa-advisory-nsa-algorithm/</p> Reply<ul>\n<li>\n<strong>\n<cite>Admin</cite>\n</strong>, May 30, 2014 at 9:23 AM <p>RSA is both an algorithm and a company.\nThe company is compromised, but the algorithm is just mathematics and that isn’t so easily compromised </p> Reply<ul>\n<li>\n<strong>\n<cite>skipper</cite>\n</strong>, May 31, 2014 at 4:32 AM <p>well stated…simple and to the POINT.</p> Reply</li>\n</ul>\n</li>\n</ul>\n</li>\n<li>\n<strong>\n<cite>Brian Hughes</cite>\n</strong>, May 29, 2014 at 5:56 PM <p>One key aspect of security is understanding your business model.\nIf I don’t understand how you make the money required to operate the service, I can’t be sure about your survivability, and your resistance to human hacks.\nIt would be useful to post something about this on your “About Us” and “Security” pages.\n</p>\n<p>Put another way, where do I send my check once I get an account?</p>\n<p>Thanks for putting together a very useful service.</p> Reply<ul>\n<li>\n<strong>\n<cite>Admin</cite>\n</strong>, May 30, 2014 at 9:20 AM <p>We intend to pay the bills by charging for extra storage once the service goes out of beta, this should be able to cover our operating expenses.</p> Reply</li>\n</ul>\n</li>\n<li>\n<strong>\n<cite>WG</cite>\n</strong>, June 1, 2014 at 3:37 PM <p>Please send me complete information on the Proton Mail Account, Costs, How to sign, up and Operating Instructions.\nThanks.\nWG</p> Reply</li>\n<li>\n<strong>\n<cite>morton</cite>\n</strong>, June 4, 2014 at 7:19 PM <p>I understand pgp and gpg.\nOne public key to encrypt and a private one to decrypt.\nBut I don’t understand how you encrypt a mail for a particular user as you don’t have his public key.</p>\n<p>Could you explain like I’m 5? </p> Reply<ul>\n<li>\n<strong>\n<cite>Admin</cite>\n</strong>, June 7, 2014 at 1:23 AM <p>We do have the public keys, the ProtonMail servers server as a public key store.\nBut this is not a security issue because public keys, but definition, are public.</p> Reply<ul>\n<li>\n<strong>\n<cite>PC</cite>\n</strong>, June 23, 2014 at 10:03 PM <p>Is this not still susceptible to a man-in-the-middle attack? If a compromised server provides a false public key for the intended recipient, decrypts the message on the server, then encrypts it again for the recipient with the correct key?</p> Reply<ul>\n<li>\n<strong>\n<cite>Admin</cite>\n</strong>, June 24, 2014 at 3:57 AM <p>This would require changes of the code server side which would be detected.</p> Reply<ul>\n<li>\n<strong>\n<cite>Interested User</cite>\n</strong>, July 1, 2014 at 8:50 PM <p>I´ve got another question about the keys!</p>\n<p>The public one is stored at your server…that´s ok.<br>\nBut what about the private key? Where is this one stored?</p>\n<p>I´d like to have that one stored at my PC and not on a server.</p>\n<p>Kind regards and thanks for your efforts </p>\n</li>\n</ul>\n</li>\n</ul>\n</li>\n</ul>\n</li>\n</ul>\n</li>\n<li>Pingback:Proton Email – End-to-end encrypted email, based in Switzerland.\n| School of Privacy</li>\n<li>\n<strong>\n<cite>mike</cite>\n</strong>, June 17, 2014 at 1:15 PM <p>If the person you are sending an encrypted message, that is time expired, is in China and is using an account like sina.com will the message scannable by the “great fire wall”? If they have a proton account will it pass the “great fire wall” with out being read?</p> Reply<ul>\n<li>\n<strong>\n<cite>Admin</cite>\n</strong>, June 17, 2014 at 4:47 PM <p>No, encrypted messages cannot be scanned by the Chinese great firewall.</p> Reply</li>\n</ul>\n</li>\n<li>\n<strong>\n<cite>Deckard</cite>\n</strong>, June 20, 2014 at 5:32 PM <p>Two questions:</p>\n<p>1) Can I communicate securely with friends using OpenPGP, GPG etc., or would they need a Protonmail account?</p>\n<p>2) Will there be mail folders at some point (or did I overlook the feature)?</p> Reply</li>\n<li>\n<strong>\n<cite>A Webmaster</cite>\n</strong>, November 16, 2014 at 8:50 PM <p>Hey Team of Protonmail, first I wanna say thanks for what you are doing, it’s amazing what you did.<br>\nBut I have one question, do you have any plans to make a standard for other providers to send asymmetrically encrypted mails to ProtonMail and vice versa?</p> Reply</li>\n<li>\n<strong>\n<cite>saurabh</cite>\n</strong>, November 30, 2014 at 9:20 AM <p>hey guys</p>\n<p>congrats for the success of protonmail, i just got the invitation 3 days ago and i registered it, but whenever i send a email to my protonmail account i receive this error</p>\n<p>“Hi, User saurabh.kumar@protonmail.ch doesn’t exist.\nPlease check the email address again.\nThank you! ProtonMail”</p>\n<p>but i already registered my account under this email and its working perfectly, i can send the email from my protonmail account but i can’t receive it.</p>\n<p>please look into it and response me asap, i am eagerly waiting to use the services.</p>\n<p>thank you</p>\n<p>saurabh.k1@hotmail.com</p> Reply<ul>\n<li>\n<strong>\n<cite>Admin</cite>\n</strong>, December 1, 2014 at 1:29 AM <p>Hi Saurabh, we have sent you an email about this issue, thanks for reporting it.</p> Reply</li>\n</ul>\n</li>\n<li>\n<strong>\n<cite>Greg</cite>\n</strong>, February 9, 2015 at 5:41 AM <p>Hi, I read the letter from “Interested User” above who asked where the PRIVATE key is stored.\nYou haven’t put an answer on the website.</p>\n<p>I too would like to know where the private key is stored.</p>\n<p>Greg</p> Reply<ul>\n<li>\n<strong>\n<cite>Admin</cite>\n</strong>, February 11, 2015 at 1:13 AM <p>http://security.stackexchange.com/questions/58541/how-are-protonmail-keys-distributed</p> Reply</li>\n</ul>\n</li>\n<li>\n<strong>\n<cite>natasha kushch</cite>\n</strong>, April 14, 2015 at 1:03 AM <p>Hello there Proton Mail! I’m really taken back n very pleasantly delighted that there is an actual group of individuals out there in this world who’ve been able to create the reality and ability in which truly seems to uphold the same belief system as me in the issues of privacy standards n human moral values along with respect of people… That is awsome and gives me a bit of hopefullness of the human race and life as we know it..Since I cud remember as a lil kid and up to now I never stopped thinking so much about the fast advancements of technology and its invasive and intrusive integration with our everyday lives… I’m very very happy that I’ve come across Proton Mail its the first group I’ve ever seen that seems to perfectly suite me! Thank god you guys came about… I’m looking forward and hoping for the opportunity to be able to open an account with Proton Mail and have it as my new email address! Thanks, Natasha</p> Reply</li>\n<li>\n<strong>\n<cite>Patrik</cite>\n</strong>, April 24, 2015 at 12:36 PM <p>I am waiting eagerly to receive my invite.\nChecking my current mailbox every day.\nI really hope it won’t take too long.</p> Reply</li>\n<li>\n<strong>\n<cite>Ayush Kenhi</cite>\n</strong>, June 10, 2015 at 5:58 PM <p>Thank you guys you have given me the invite to use protonmail within 5 days of my request.\nI like you guys</p> Reply</li>\n<li>\n<strong>\n<cite>Qekam</cite>\n</strong>, June 20, 2015 at 7:47 PM <p>Quick question, will there be a way to have Push on Android with Protonmail (through K-9 or perhaps an own protonmail app)?</p> Reply<ul>\n<li>\n<strong>\n<cite>Admin</cite>\n</strong>, June 24, 2015 at 8:47 PM <p>We are currently developing an Android app, which should be released in the near future.</p> Reply</li>\n</ul>\n</li>\n<li>\n<strong>\n<cite>monteyne</cite>\n</strong>, July 8, 2015 at 11:37 AM <p>Take attention : if you protect à mail with a password PROTON send the mail but the Exchange Serveur of my office block it without any message.\n</p>\n<p>I tried to send from my proton account to my professional account</p> Reply</li>\n<li>\n<strong>\n<cite>George</cite>\n</strong>, August 14, 2015 at 3:29 PM <p>Can you say whether you notified the individuals whose data the government tried to access?<br>\nCan you also say what government institutions tried to get user data, what kind of data they wanted and what was their reaction when you denied their requests?</p> Reply<ul>\n<li>\n<strong>\n<cite>Admin</cite>\n</strong>, August 17, 2015 at 8:01 PM <p>If the foreign government succeeds in getting a Swiss court order, notification of the individual targeted is mandatory.\nFor privacy reasons, we cannot publicly disclose which governments requested data and what data they requested.\nWe think that privacy is a universal right and even governments are entitled to privacy when they make a request.</p> Reply</li>\n</ul>\n</li>\n<li>\n<strong>\n<cite>Mark</cite>\n</strong>, August 15, 2015 at 10:49 AM <p>Can you say what government institution tried to get user data, what kind of data they wanted (metadata, actual email messages etc.), what was their reaction when you denied their requests and whether you notified the users whose data they tried to access?</p> Reply<ul>\n<li>\n<strong>\n<cite>Admin</cite>\n</strong>, August 17, 2015 at 7:15 PM <p>https://protonmail.com/blog/transparency-report/</p> Reply</li>\n</ul>\n</li>\n<li>\n<strong>\n<cite>Nishan Agarwal</cite>\n</strong>, September 19, 2015 at 7:49 PM <p>On the link “https://protonmail.com/”, I have found on ghostery, a chrome extension which you might know, that it had tracked a tracker called Piwik Analytics.\nI dont think its safe.</p> Reply<ul>\n<li>\n<strong>\n<cite>Admin</cite>\n</strong>, September 22, 2015 at 3:06 AM <p>Piwik is OK, it is an open source analytics tool which we self host (so no data sent to third parties) and is used to gather browser/language information so we know which browsers/languages we need to support.</p> Reply<ul>\n<li>\n<strong>\n<cite>Eric Blair</cite>\n</strong>, December 9, 2015 at 6:28 PM <p>3 Months without an update to the Canary? Historically, how often was the canary being updated?</p> Reply<ul>\n<li>\n<strong>\n<cite>Admin</cite>\n</strong>, December 10, 2015 at 3:54 PM <p>Whenever we receive a new request that would require us to update the numbers shown here.\nNo update means no new requests.</p> Reply</li>\n</ul>\n</li>\n</ul>\n</li>\n<li>\n<strong>\n<cite>Psy-Q</cite>\n</strong>, October 7, 2015 at 12:15 PM <p>If you are worried, know that Piwik actually respects the “do not track” setting of your browser.\nUnlike many other systems.</p> Reply</li>\n</ul>\n</li>\n<li>\n<strong>\n<cite>Taipo</cite>\n</strong>, November 9, 2015 at 6:54 PM <p>Is it possible for you to also release the country of origin these requests come from in your report thanks.</p> Reply</li>\n<li>Pingback:Sending Secure, Encrypted Email with ProtonMail</li>\n<li>Pingback:Sending Secure, Encrypted Email with ProtonMail | Codango.Com</li>\n<li>\n<strong>\n<cite>Christian Angerbjorn</cite>\n</strong>, March 18, 2016 at 2:10 PM <p>Hey, </p>\n<p>many thanks for being such champions in privacy, much appreciated! </p>\n<p>I got two relating questions: </p>\n<p>a) Up to reading this very page, i thought Protonmail followed Swiss court orders only and strictly in regards to handing over user data, however i read that “Proton decided to comply with the request” even before a court order was issued.\nHas Protons approval policy changed? If so, what rules are used? </p>\n<p>b) Was the original assumption of Switzerland being out of reach from the EU and US wrong, considering MLAT and similar agreements used in the two (so far) approved user data requests? </p>\n<p>Cheers!</p> Reply<ul>\n<li>\n<strong>\n<cite>Admin</cite>\n</strong>, March 18, 2016 at 2:30 PM <p>The request we complied with was approved by the Swiss judiciary.</p> Reply<ul>\n<li>\n<strong>\n<cite>Anonymous</cite>\n</strong>, March 23, 2016 at 11:26 AM <p>Apart from encrypted emails themselves, what kind of “user data” was handed over? The login password? Access to any other data that or technical mean that could facilitate obtaining or cracking the private key?</p> Reply<ul>\n<li>\n<strong>\n<cite>Admin</cite>\n</strong>, March 24, 2016 at 4:24 PM <p>In the one case from Q1 2016, we only handed over the non-ProtonMail email account the user linked to their ProtonMail account.</p> Reply</li>\n<li>\n<strong>\n<cite>Anonymous</cite>\n</strong>, September 28, 2016 at 11:01 PM <p>Does ProtonMail keep a log of the mobile number used for account verification (SMS verification code)?.</p> Reply<ul>\n<li>\n<strong>\n<cite>Admin</cite>\n</strong>, October 1, 2016 at 3:21 PM <p>We store this information to avoid spammers using the same number to obtain multiple accounts.</p>\n</li>\n</ul>\n</li>\n</ul>\n</li>\n</ul>\n</li>\n</ul>\n</li>\n<li>\n<strong>\n<cite>Brian</cite>\n</strong>, May 24, 2016 at 1:53 AM <p>I am a Citizen in the United States of America.\nThat being said, the concepts and issues of Privacy versus Government, are always endlessly interesting, to say the least.</p>\n<p>I just started using ProtonMail yesterday.\nAs I read more about ProtonMail, the more thrilled I become with my decision.</p>\n<p>Thank you!</p> Reply</li>\n<li>\n<strong>\n<cite>Benjamin Rotast</cite>\n</strong>, November 15, 2016 at 12:17 PM <p>please do not destroy any data or information for the following accounts:</p>\n<p>benrotast@protonmail.com</p>\n<p>proxyhackr@protonmail.com</p>\n<p>I am the owner of these accounts and they have been compromised by people in industry and the US government in a highly illegal, black operation that is performing a bizarre form of psychological torture.</p>\n<p>I am currently enduring this torture and belive that the information will indicate foul play and the methods used to hack the accounts.</p>\n<p>508-292-6046<br>\n818-747-9361</p> Reply</li>\n<li>\n<strong>\n<cite>Jonas</cite>\n</strong>, December 1, 2016 at 12:04 AM <p>When you say </p>\n<p>«To be counted here as a request for information, the request must come through official channels foreign or domestic (either a court order, directly from a government entity, or from legal/security departments of corporations).\nWe do not count unofficial requests such as requests made by private individuals.»</p>\n<p>do you not separate requests from authorities and requests from corporations?</p>\n<p>Thank you.</p> Reply<ul>\n<li>\n<strong>\n<cite>Admin</cite>\n</strong>, December 1, 2016 at 12:38 AM <p>We do not, because we will also respond to corporate requests such as reports of phishing.\nWe will disable accounts involved in criminal activity and sometimes retain data until an official law enforcement request can be made.</p> Reply</li>\n</ul>\n</li>\n<li>\n<strong>\n<cite>Anonymous</cite>\n</strong>, January 9, 2017 at 12:55 PM <p>“In the second quarter of 2016, we received a request from Swiss authorities on behalf of German authorities requesting information in a case where a minor was at risk.\nAfter consultation with counsel, we learned a binding Swiss court order is inevitable in this case.\nTherefore, we handed over available data in this case without waiting for a court ruling in order to not hinder the investigation.\n<b>It is ProtonMail’s policy to always assist authorities in cases involving pedophilia or terrorism.</b>”</p>\n<p>This worries me SO MUCH.\nYou gave away information without any actual court order because the case relates to pedophilia/terrorism, governments know damn well that if you want something done you just mention the magic words pedophilia or terrorism and tadaa!<br>\nBasically I am reading “It is ProtonMail’s policy to always assist authorities in cases where the government is willing to lie to us.”</p>\n<p>Now I am sure you thought this trough but can you please take away my worries.\nThank you!</p> Reply<ul>\n<li>\n<strong>\n<cite>Admin</cite>\n</strong>, January 13, 2017 at 5:06 PM <p>This particular request was vetted by our legal team.\nWe only agreed to cooperate after it became clear that the authorities had a clear legal case and would be able to get court approval.</p> Reply<ul>\n<li>\n<strong>\n<cite>Anonymous</cite>\n</strong>, January 25, 2017 at 8:01 AM <p>When you say “We will disable accounts involved in criminal activity and sometimes retain data until an official law enforcement request can be made.” what does that “involvement”, in fact, mean? Does it mean a mere suspicion of such “criminal activity” of something more? In other words, no charge and/or conviction needed – just an ongoing investigation is enough for you to determine that an account has been involved in criminal activity and therefore it will be disabled?</p> Reply<ul>\n<li>\n<strong>\n<cite>Admin</cite>\n</strong>, January 31, 2017 at 2:51 AM <p>Usually when we are presented with clear evidence (like a copy of a phishing email for example).</p> Reply<ul>\n<li>\n<strong>\n<cite>Anonymous</cite>\n</strong>, February 20, 2017 at 7:13 PM <p>So.\nYour company handed over user data without a court order because it was inevitable? But if that’s the case, why not wait for that inevitability.\nThis makes me very uneasy because it’s a slippery slope.\nWhy not follow the law and your policy and wait for court orders?</p>\n<p>I also need to know what sort of data is being handed over.\nIn your site it says IP information is not recorded and mail is encrypted.\nSo what do you hand over for these requests?</p>\n</li>\n<li>\n<strong>\n<cite>Admin</cite>\n</strong>, February 21, 2017 at 3:16 PM <p>You can see the data we can hand over in our privacy policy.\nWe did not wait in that case because a minor was at serious risk and speed was important.</p>\n</li>\n</ul>\n</li>\n</ul>\n</li>\n</ul>\n</li>\n</ul>\n</li>\n<li>\n<strong>\n<cite>Victor</cite>\n</strong>, February 24, 2017 at 12:46 AM <p>Hello,<br>\nCan you explain what do you mean what data do you retain when asked?<br>\nBy default IP logs are disabled, do you enable them in such case? Do you only copy all emails in case he delete them? If yes, do you have a time limit of storage?<br>\nThank you</p> Reply<ul>\n<li>\n<strong>\n<cite>Admin</cite>\n</strong>, February 24, 2017 at 6:46 PM <p>For retention requests, we will retain the current state of the account (at the time the retention request is asked) for a period of 6 months.\nWe do NOT enable logging.</p> Reply</li>\n</ul>\n</li>\n<li>\n<strong>\n<cite>Ryan Raynott</cite>\n</strong>, March 29, 2017 at 7:05 PM <p>“In March 2017, we received a request from the Geneva prosecutor’s office regarding a data request from overseas that came with a valid International Letters Rogatory.\nThe request came from the German government, investigating an account with links to ISIS.\nHowever, we were unable to provide the data requested by the German government as we did not have access to the data requested”</p>\n<p>How did you not have access ?</p> Reply<ul>\n<li>\n<strong>\n<cite>Admin</cite>\n</strong>, March 30, 2017 at 4:19 PM <p>ProtonMail uses end-to-end encryption.</p> Reply</li>\n</ul>\n</li>\n<li>\n<strong>\n<cite>Franklin Cartwright</cite>\n</strong>, April 21, 2017 at 6:49 AM <p>For the cases where protonmail has handed out data access (under whatever rationales and any stipulated terms) *before* a legally binding order from the Swiss courts was procured and delivered, how many of those handed out data accesses were *subsequently* backed validated and covered by the procurement and delivery of such a legally binding order?<br>\nThis may be answered by “number disclosed before order” and “number of those later covered with order”.</p> Reply<ul>\n<li>\n<strong>\n<cite>Admin</cite>\n</strong>, April 25, 2017 at 2:06 AM <p>So far all of them.</p> Reply</li>\n</ul>\n</li>\n<li>\n<strong>\n<cite>Помогите!..</cite>\n</strong>, April 27, 2017 at 2:50 PM <p>Пожалуйста!,подскажите, что мне необходимо сделать? Каждый раз, когда я набираю текст письма,- при наборе буквы перескакивают,меняясь местами,и текст отправляемого мной письма выходит …перепутанным…Помогите! С Уважением, Борис.</p> Reply</li>\n<li>\n<strong>\n<cite>kenneth douglass</cite>\n</strong>, June 19, 2017 at 9:11 PM <p>This might sound odd,but did you guys ever think of making a proton browser?sort of like tor,but with all the other things you have to do with tor.<br> thanks</p> Reply</li>\n<li>\n<strong>\n<cite>None Listed</cite>\n</strong>, July 11, 2017 at 5:51 PM <p>I believe there is a need for privacy, but I was informed by local police that a user has sent a threatening letter about harming students at a foreign school (not Swiss) through ProtonMail.\nFor you to offer a system that protects such users is rather absurd.\nHopefully you carefully think about this offering and take measures to allow justice for those who can and will use technology to commit crimes.\nIf the justice system needs to jump through many hoops and communicate with foreign Swiss courts to obtain information, valuable time may be lost, people injured, and crimes might go unpunished.\nHopefully there is some balance between lawful use and danger to society.\nI also don’t agree with “Big Brother” snooping, so don’t get me wrong.\nWe need privacy, but we also need some form of justice and protection against a few nuts that could misuse your service.</p> Reply<ul>\n<li>\n<strong>\n<cite>Marta</cite>\n</strong>, August 3, 2017 at 12:18 PM <p>But that’s the thing.\nEnd-to-end encryption is absolute.\nYou can’t have it ‘a bit’, but not have it when someone makes a decision that ‘nah, no privacy in this case’.\nProtonMail, based on what I’ve read, provides what they can (I’d even call it helpful!) but without compromising end-to-end encryption.\nEncryption is only thing that can’t be compromised.\nAll this bull on news, calling Australian law over math’s laws and ‘we cannot aide terrorist’ and so on.\n</p>\n<p>If companies eventually are forced to implement backdoors or lift privacy veil in any way, terrorists will code their own tools, and governments won’t have control over them.\nAll of us, random, users will suffer, once backdoor control gets lost or broken.\nThe only thing that has to remain is uncompromised end to end encryption and this, by definition, cannot allow for any peeking.</p> Reply</li>\n<li>\n<strong>\n<cite>JP</cite>\n</strong>, November 12, 2017 at 7:52 AM <p>Why don’t you go invent “selective encryption” without it getting abused and report back here?</p> Reply</li>\n<li>\n<strong>\n<cite>JP</cite>\n</strong>, November 12, 2017 at 7:53 AM <p>Why don’t you go invent “selective encryption” without it getting abused and report back here?</p> Reply</li>\n</ul>\n</li>\n<li>\n<strong>\n<cite>Richard Chhan</cite>\n</strong>, August 9, 2017 at 11:00 PM <p>I solely believe the fact that Protonmail protects all emails.\nEven after the authorities have legal requests for any suspicious criminal acts against other individual(s) or a country, Protonmail would hold back on the investigation.\nMy case I am a civilian of the US.\nSomeone from protonmail has use my name and created an email account in my name to send me threats, obscene pics, and downloaded pics of me from my Facebook to threaten me.\nThis individual(s)/culprit(s) is making my life miserable.\nI have contacted my local authorities to investigate, now after reading your transparency canary, I think my harassment and threats will continue from protonmail clients since no action on your end is resisting to help.<br>\nPlease look into case# 38491321 and #38490063, that I have reported under abuse and security.\nMy only hope is that you have heart to find that I am reaching out to you to help catch this culprit.\nPlease don’t let it be too late, for me, my family, or friends.\nThank you in advance.</p> Reply</li>\n<li>\n<strong>\n<cite>Anonymous user</cite>\n</strong>, September 13, 2017 at 1:18 PM <p>You may use these HTML tags and attributes: <abbr>\n<b>\n</b>\n</abbr>\n</p>\n<b>\n<blockquote>\n<p>\n<cite>\n<code>\n<em>\n<i>\n<q>\n<s>\n<strike>\n<strong>\n<br>\nAre these user data requests regarding any personal account of mine? I'm asking in concern because I have had a third party quickly gain access to accounts and forwarded them to themselves through another email account of mine that I was forced to close, which makes me reluctant to accessing paid accounts due to this activity.\nThe third party appears to be controlling my servers even though you claim to use your own.\nPlease address this so I know for my user safety moving forward please.\nThank you.\nI also read your admin reply that your company has been compromised back since 2014 which isn't noted in your claim to user absolute \"privacy\" hmmmmm....</strong>\n</strike>\n</s>\n</q>\n</i>\n</em>\n</code>\n</cite>\n</p>\n</blockquote>\n</b>\n<p>\n<b>\n</b>\n</p> Reply</li>\n<li>\n<strong>\n<cite>Benjamin</cite>\n</strong>, October 11, 2017 at 4:59 PM <p>\n<q>\n</q>\n</p>\n<p>This worries me a bit.\nThe idea of a transparency report is to be, well – transparent.\nThese Request Statistics have not been updated in over 10 months and with the growing use of Proton Mail i’m sure these numbers have risen in the past 10 months.\nProton VPN seems to have their transparency report updated more recently, and considering Proton Technologies AG focus on security and privacy outdated or missing information from these reports is odd or even suspect.</p> Reply<ul>\n<li>\n<strong>\n<cite>Irina M</cite>\n</strong>, October 19, 2017 at 4:18 PM <p>This is a snippet from the transparency report: </p>\n<p>Update: February 21, 2017 – Due to the increasing volume of requests, Proton Technologies AG will no longer continually publish updated statistics.\nInstead, aggregated statistics will be released periodically.<br>\nThe below figures are the totals up to January, 2017 and are no longer being updated.</p> Reply</li>\n</ul>\n</li>\n<li>\n<strong>\n<cite>Anonymous</cite>\n</strong>, November 29, 2017 at 12:47 PM <p>Email address (Mintvi@protonmail.com) has been used to harassment purposes.<br>\nCan you close that address, please.</p> Reply<ul>\n<li>\n<strong>\n<cite>Irina M</cite>\n</strong>, November 29, 2017 at 6:05 PM <p>We cannot disable an address without any proof.\nThis would be a security issue for other users.\nPlease send us a request to security@protonmail.ch with all the proof you have.</p> Reply</li>\n</ul>\n</li>\n<li>\n<strong>\n<cite>Lauren Schommer</cite>\n</strong>, January 12, 2018 at 2:50 AM <p>I paPay for an encrypted I can’t every month multiple of them and password has been changed I need to access my emails ASAP please contact me Lauren Schommer</p> Reply<ul>\n<li>\n<strong>\n<cite>Irina M</cite>\n</strong>, January 12, 2018 at 11:24 AM <p>Lauren, I am sorry to hear that! Who changed your password? Please contact our support through this form https://protonmail.com/support-form and one of our customer support experts will help you.</p> Reply</li>\n</ul>\n</li>\n<li>\n<strong>\n<cite>Rob</cite>\n</strong>, January 13, 2018 at 10:27 PM <p>How is it possible that protonmail got ‘zero-acces’ to protonmail accounts, but a few requests which trying accessing user data were granted? What did they actually get?</p> Reply<ul>\n<li>\n<strong>\n<cite>Admin</cite>\n</strong>, March 21, 2018 at 11:14 PM <p>The information we can actually provide, is detailed in our privacy policy here: https://protonmail.com/privacy-policy</p> Reply</li>\n</ul>\n</li>\n<li>\n<strong>\n<cite>A</cite>\n</strong>, May 8, 2018 at 11:52 PM <p>Accounts are locked out due to payment.\nNeed assistance.</p> Reply<ul>\n<li>\n<strong>\n<cite>Irina M</cite>\n</strong>, May 11, 2018 at 5:14 PM <p>Please open a support ticket here: https://protonmail.com/support-form</p> Reply</li>\n</ul>\n</li>\n<li>\n<strong>\n<cite>Maximilian Nykvist</cite>\n</strong>, May 10, 2018 at 5:06 PM <p>How long does it take for you to wipe an account after it’s been deleted by the user?</p> Reply<ul>\n<li>\n<strong>\n<cite>Irina M</cite>\n</strong>, May 11, 2018 at 5:12 PM <p>The account is deleted from our production servers instantly.\nHowever, deleted data may be retained in our backups for up to 14 days.\nPlease read more in our privacy policy: https://protonmail.com/privacy-policy</p> Reply</li>\n</ul>\n</li>\n<li>\n<strong>\n<cite>Maximilian Nykvist</cite>\n</strong>, May 10, 2018 at 5:23 PM <p>”IP Logging: ProtonMail does not log the IP addresses used to access our Service unless this feature is specifically enabled by the user (it is disabled by default).” If a user enables that option, will you at ProtonMail have access to these logs in case you are compelled to hand over data to authorities?</p> Reply<ul>\n<li>\n<strong>\n<cite>Irina M</cite>\n</strong>, May 16, 2018 at 9:18 AM <p>If the feature is disabled, any logs that are present are deleted.</p> Reply</li>\n</ul>\n</li>\n<li>\n<strong>\n<cite>Anonymous</cite>\n</strong>, June 3, 2018 at 10:07 PM <p>You have exelence service,but reading all this court reqests I wonder what type of data you provide on that requests? Do you give them ability to log in into account and provide them with password,and can judge log in with my credentials even if 2fa is turned on,do you provide them with that 2fa codes also?</p> Reply<ul>\n<li>\n<strong>\n<cite>Irina M</cite>\n</strong>, June 6, 2018 at 11:14 AM <p>We cannot provide access to our users’ accounts as we do not have access to decryption keys or 2FA codes.\nSee in the following link what is encrypted and what is not encrypted in ProtonMail: https://protonmail.com/support/knowledge-base/what-is-encrypted/</p> Reply</li>\n</ul>\n</li>\n<li>\n<strong>\n<cite>Gliktch</cite>\n</strong>, July 27, 2018 at 8:31 AM <p>“I think everybody out there is fairly confident that OpenSSL does not have a backdoor”</p>\n<p>Fairly confident isn’t 100% though… it’s interesting that your comment was actually posted a month after Heartbleed was disclosed!</p>\n<p>Anyhoo, that’s mostly why you don’t just put your eggs in one basket – and use multiple layers of encryption utilising multiple ciphers.</p> Reply</li>\n<li>\n<strong>\n<cite>Andy M</cite>\n</strong>, August 13, 2018 at 1:56 AM <p>Suppose I am being threatened from a ProtonMail account and I live in USA.<br> What are the legal steps I should do to assist in leaning the owner of the account? (All the threats I have gotten are in clear text so no issues with data encryption)</p> Reply<ul>\n<li>\n<strong>\n<cite>Irina M</cite>\n</strong>, August 22, 2018 at 3:46 PM <p>Very sorry to hear this.\nPlease send all proof of abuse to abuse@protonmail.ch and our abuse team will analyze this case and disable it in case it does not respect the law in Switzerland and our TOS.</p> Reply</li>\n</ul>\n</li>\n</ul> Get your secure email account Create Account <p>Proton Technologies AG</p>\n<p> Chemin du Pré-Fleuri, 3 <br>CH-1228 Plan-les-Ouates, Genève, Switzerland </p>\n<p>\n<i>\n</i> General: contact@protonmail.ch<br>\n<i>\n</i> Media: media@protonmail.ch </p>\n<p> For support inquiries, please visit<br>\n<i>\n</i> protonmail.com/support </p>\n<p> For security related discussions<br> security@protonmail.ch </p> ProtonMail <ul>\n<li>Pricing</li>\n<li>Security</li>\n<li>Shop</li>\n<li>Press/Media Kit</li>\n<li>Onion Site</li>\n<li>ProtonMail Status</li>\n</ul> Features <ul>\n<li>iOS App</li>\n<li>Android App</li>\n<li>IMAP/SMTP Bridge</li>\n<li>ProtonVPN</li>\n<li>ProtonMail Business</li>\n<li>Encrypted Contacts</li>\n</ul> Legal <ul>\n<li>Imprint</li>\n<li>Privacy Policy</li>\n<li>Terms &amp.\nConditions</li>\n<li>Transparency Report</li>\n<li>Report Abuse</li>\n<li>GDPR Compliance</li>\n</ul> Company <ul>\n<li>Blog</li>\n<li>Team</li>\n<li>Careers</li>\n<li>Support</li>\n<li>Donate</li>\n<li>Open Source</li>\n</ul> Social <ul>\n</ul>\n<ul>\n<li>\n<i>\n</i>Facebook</li>\n<li>\n<i>\n</i>Twitter</li>\n<li>\n<i>\n</i>Find us on Google+</li>\n<li>\n<i>\n</i>Feedback Forum</li>\n<li>\n<i>\n</i>Reddit</li>\n<li>\n<i>\n</i>Instagram</li>\n</ul>\n<p> </p>\n<p> </p>\n<p>© 2018 Proton Technologies AG.\nAll Rights Reserved.</p> " updated_at: - 2018-09-20 10:02:43.550700883 Z - 2018-09-20 10:02:49.605912979 Z
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information on how to delete or disable Flash cookies see adobe.com/security/flashplayer for further information.\nPlease be aware that if you disable or reject Flash cookies for the Twitch Service, you may not be able to access certain features, such as video content or services that require you to sign in.</p>\n<strong>How do third parties use cookies on the site?</strong>\n<p>In some circumstances, we may work with third parties to provide services on the Twitch Service.\nFor example, developers of Extensions that are used by broadcasters on their Twitch channels may set cookies to operate those Extensions and remember your user settings and preferences, e.g., format, position, etc., of the Extension.</p>\n<p>In addition, third-party advertisers and other organizations may use their own cookies to collect information about your activities on the Twitch Services websites and/or the advertisements you have clicked on.\nThis information may be used by them to serve advertisements that they believe are most likely to be of interest to you based on content you have viewed.\nThird-party advertisers may also use this information to measure the effectiveness of their advertisements.</p>\n<p>We do not control these cookies.\nTo disable or reject third-party cookies, please refer to the relevant third party’s website.\nFor Extensions in particular, we encourage you to visit an Extension’s detail pages to review any privacy policy posted by the relevant developer, which may include additional information on their cookie practices.\nYou can also learn more about controlling cookies in the “How do I control Cookies” section below.</p>\n<p>Third-party cookies on the Twitch Services may include:</p>\n<p>\n<strong>Cookie Name</strong>\n</p>\n<p>\n<strong>Further Information</strong>\n</p>\n<p>Facebook Social Plugin</p>\n<p>facebook.com/help/?faq=149609355108389</p>\n<strong>How do I control Cookies?</strong>\n<p>You may refuse to accept cookies from the Twitch Services or Extension developers at any time by activating the setting on your browser which allows you to refuse cookies.\nYou can refuse to accept Flash cookies from the Twitch Services or Extension developers using Adobe’s Flash management tools at http://www.adobe.com/security/flashplayer.\nFurther information about the procedure to follow in order to disable cookies can be found on your Internet browser provider’s website via your help screen.\nYou may wish to refer to allaboutcookies.org/manage-cookies/index.html for information on commonly used browsers.\nPlease be aware that if cookies are disabled, not all features of the Twitch Services or Extension may operate as intended.</p> " created_at: - - &1 2018-09-19 18:26:03.215809037 Z updated_at: - - *1 service_id: - - 200
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--- analysis: - JAGEX Your personal information may be shared with third parties. - "JAGEX Your personal information may be shared with third parties.\r\nThe opt-in only appears to be valid for marketing purposes, your data might be shared for other reasons." updated_at: - 2018-09-19 18:21:06.466969000 Z - 2018-09-19 18:21:56.211376061 Z
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--- title: - This service only shares user information with third parties when given specific consent - 'This service can share your personal information to third parties ' case_id: - 296 - 166 updated_at: - 2018-09-19 18:20:46.215977000 Z - 2018-09-19 18:21:06.466969875 Z
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--- title: - 'This service can share your personal information to third parties ' - This service only shares user information with third parties when given specific consent case_id: - 166 - 296 updated_at: - 2018-09-19 18:19:05.026173000 Z - 2018-09-19 18:20:46.215977752 Z
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--- document_id: - - 414 quoteText: - - We will get your explicit opt-in consent before we share your personal data with any company outside Jagex for marketing purposes. source: - https://groups.google.com/d/topic/tosdr/Euky6DHox9o/discussion - https://www.jagex.com/terms/privacy quoteStart: - - 15793 quoteEnd: - - 15923 updated_at: - 2018-09-19 18:17:53.212037000 Z - 2018-09-19 18:19:05.026173959 Z
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--- title: - JAGEX [note] Your personal information may be shared with third parties on an opt-in basis - 'This service can share your personal information to third parties ' status: - changes-requested - pending analysis: - JAGEX [note] Your personal information may be shared with third parties on an opt-in basis - JAGEX Your personal information may be shared with third parties. point_change: - - '' case_id: - 235 - 166 updated_at: - 2018-05-15 09:11:52.700256000 Z - 2018-09-19 18:17:53.212037938 Z
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--- status: - changes-requested - declined point_change: - - In most countries this is guaranteed by science and education laws and might even be guaranteed by quotation laws. updated_at: - 2018-05-15 09:11:52.611988000 Z - 2018-09-19 18:16:17.898297151 Z
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--- title: - Personalisation can be turned off - You can opt out of targeted advertising analysis: - '"Based on what we know about you, we may also show you adverts about BBC products and services on other websites, such as Facebook, Google, Instagram, Snapchat and Twitter. For instance, to let you know about a new programme you might like. [...] You can also stop these BBC adverts by turning off BBC personalisation. Here’s how to do that: [...]"' - '' point_change: - - '' case_id: - 235 - 219 updated_at: - 2018-09-19 18:13:57.207091000 Z - 2018-09-19 18:14:31.759990204 Z
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--- document_id: - - 117 quoteText: - - |- Personalisation is turned on in your account settings.</p> <p>If you don't want to receive personalised services you can turn this option off.</p> source: - Imported from ToS;DR before phoenix - http://www.bbc.com/usingthebbc/privacy-policy/ quoteStart: - - 6697 quoteEnd: - - 6843 status: - changes-requested - pending updated_at: - 2018-05-15 09:11:52.309659000 Z - 2018-09-19 18:13:57.207091928 Z
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--- status: - changes-requested - declined point_change: - - The google group user excerpt just tells you that processing of your data is handled as described in the privacy policy, which is obvious. updated_at: - 2018-05-15 09:11:52.128659000 Z - 2018-09-19 18:13:18.587356358 Z
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--- title: - Scrubly.com - retain intellectural property rights over data but they own derivatives - very broad point_change: - - '' case_id: - 235 - 133 updated_at: - 2018-09-19 18:09:36.566650000 Z - 2018-09-19 18:10:22.563166517 Z
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--- document_id: - - 545 quoteText: - - However, by posting User Content to any part of the Site, you grant to Scrubly an irrevocable, perpetual, non-exclusive, transferable, fully paid, worldwide license (with the right to sublicense) to use, reproduce, publicly perform, publicly display, reformat, translate, excerpt (in whole or in part) and distribute such User Content for any purpose on or in connection with the Site or the promotion thereof, to prepare derivative works of, or incorporate into other works, such User Content, and to grant and authorize sublicenses of the foregoing. source: - https://groups.google.com/forum#!topic/tosdr/o1FRy9J8LIE - https://www.scrubly.com/info/terms quoteStart: - - 3927 quoteEnd: - - 4478 status: - changes-requested - pending updated_at: - 2018-05-15 09:11:51.764485000 Z - 2018-09-19 18:09:36.566650216 Z
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--- id: - - 546 name: - - Privacy Policy url: - - https://www.scrubly.com/info/privacy xpath: - - "//div[@class='features']" text: - - " Last Updated on March 1, 2010 1.\nIntroduction<br>\n<p>BluCapp, Inc., and through its application Scrubly, is committed to your privacy and the privacy of your information.\nThis Privacy Policy applies to the information that users transmit to Scrubly through the Scrubly website at https://www.scrubly.com/ (the \"Site\").\nThis Privacy Policy informs you of what information Scrubly collects from you on our Site and how Scrubly uses that information.\nBy using or accessing Scrubly, you are accepting the practices described in this Privacy Policy.</p> 2.\nInformation Collected by Scrubly<br>\n<p>When you register with Scrubly, you provide us with certain personal information, such as your name, email address, and any other personal or preference information that you choose to provide to us (\"Personally Identifiable Information\").<br>\n<br> Personally identifiable information or personal information is defined as information that identifies you, as an individual, or an organization, and includes your name, company name, address, telephone number, e-mail address, and financial qualification and billing information.<br>\n<br> We only collect personally identifiable information about you after you have specifically and knowingly provided such information to us.\nBy voluntarily providing this information to us at various points when using our Site, including but not limited to: sending us a comment or suggestion.\ndeploying an application from the Site.\ngenerating data in the course of using an application on the Site.\nentering a forum or bulletin board.\ndownloading content.\nor entering a contest that is posted on our Site, you will be consenting to the collection and use of your personal information by us for that online activity.<br> When you use Scrubly, you exchange your address book information through our servers to allow for the clean up of your Contacts.\nYour Information may include contact and other personal information for individuals who have not joined Scrubly.\nScrubly is committed to protecting the privacy rights of these individuals.\nYour information will be used in accordance with your instructions and will not be shared with any third-parties without your permission, subject to the terms of this Privacy Policy.<br>\n<br> If you invite others to use the Site, Scrubly will ask you for your contacts' email address.\nScrubly will automatically send your contact an email inviting them to visit the site.\nScrubly stores this information to send this email, to enable them to easily respond to your invite, and to track the success of your referrals.\nYour contacts may contact us at privacy@Scrubly.com to request that Scrubly removes this information from our database.<br>\n<br> You have the right to access, correct, update, and/or delete your personal information at any time.\nYou can do so by logging into the Site with your username and password, or by contacting Scrubly customer support.\nChanges to your personal information are executed immediately.\nFor example, if you terminate your Scrubly account, your account immediately becomes inaccessible and all your personal information, including all your synchronized data within your account is completely removed from the Scrubly servers.\nPlease remember that if you have shared your personal information with other Scrubly members, they may retain such shared information in their accounts notwithstanding your decision to terminate your Scrubly account.</p> 3.\nNon-Personal Information<br>\n<p>Scrubly uses the information collected from you:</p>\n<ul>\n<li>To authenticate your visits</li>\n<li>To conduct research</li>\n<li>To respond to your questions, or comments you forward to us</li>\n<li>To run chat rooms, forums or other areas of interaction with other members</li>\n<li>To contact you to discuss your use of the Site</li>\n<li>To provide requested information to you such as a password or to provide technical or customer support </li>\n<li>To view or access for the purpose of resolving a problem, support issue, or suspected violation of the Licensing Agreement, or as may be required by law</li>\n<li>To diagnose technical problems, and to administer our Site in order to constantly improve the quality of the Site</li>\n<li>To keep aggregate information on Site use</li>\n</ul>\n<br>\n<p>Scrubly uses the collected information to manage and improve our Site.\nScrubly collects this information so that Scrubly can provide you the Site and offer personalized features.<br>\n<br> When you update information, Scrubly keeps a backup copy of the prior version for a reasonable period of time to enable reversion to the prior version of that information.\nScrubly logs various types of information to help manage and improve the Site, in general and for you in particular.\nFor example, Scrubly identifies items such as domains and browser types to understand how the Site is used and to report these statistics in the aggregate to better manage the technology of the Site.<br> Scrubly may enhance or merge Personally Identifiable Information with your other information and with data from third parties in order to better develop, market and provide our products, services and software, including under the following circumstances:</p>\n<ul>\n<li>technology and other service providers to provide technology and services to Scrubly and to you;</li>\n<li>vendors that help Scrubly with data analysis, for example for product efficacy studies and market analysis.</li>\n</ul>\n<p>The above third parties are all contractually obligated to keep the information Scrubly provides confidential and to not use the information for any purpose other than providing services to Scrubly and to you under Scrubly's direction.\nOn occasion, Scrubly may also receive your Personally Identifiable Information from these third parties.<br> Scrubly limits access to personal information about users to employees who Scrubly appropriately believes need to come into contact with that information to provide products or services to users or in order to do their jobs.<br>\n<br> Scrubly shall also disclose Personally Identifiable Information as permitted or required by law or as required by subpoena, search warrant, or other legal process.\nScrubly also shares information that it believes is necessary in order to investigate, prevent, or take action regarding illegal activities, suspected fraud, situations involving potential threats to the physical safety of any person, violations of Scrubly's Terms of Use, or as otherwise required by law.<br>\n<br> As Scrubly's business evolves, Scrubly may sell, transfer or otherwise share some or all of its assets, including information provided by you, in connection with a merger, reorganization or sale of some or all of our assets or in the event of bankruptcy.\nIn any such event, Personally Identifiable Information and other information may be one of the assets transferred.\nScrubly will post notice before personal information is transferred and becomes subject to a different privacy policy, and Scrubly will seek your consent if that policy is materially different from this one.</p> 4.\nHow Secure Is Information About Me?<br>\nWe work to protect the security of your information during transmission by using Secure Sockets Layer (SSL) software, which encrypts information you input.\nWe reveal only the last four digits of your credit card numbers when confirming an order.\nOf course, we transmit the entire credit card number through the appropriate credit card company during order processing.\nIt is important for you to protect against unauthorized access to your password and to your computer.\nBe sure to sign off when finished using a shared computer.\n5.\nEuropean Union residents<br>\nFor persons in European Union countries, terms such as \"personal information\" refer to \"personal data\" as defined by the Directive 95/46/EC of the European Parliament and of the Council of 24 October 1995 on the protection of individuals with regard to the processing of personal data and on the free movement of such data (the \"Directive\").\nWe will not collect any personal data from you unless you provide it voluntarily by providing us with your freely given specific and informed consent.\nYou acknowledge and agree that we may transfer such information (including, without limitation your personally identifiable information or personal data) to the United States or other countries or may share such information with our licensees and agents in connection with the Site.\nyou should be aware that different laws and/or regulations may apply outside the European Union with respect to your personal data.\nFurthermore, if you request any technical support, you consent to remote accessing and review of the computer you load the Software onto for purposes of support and debugging.\n6.\nSafeguards we have in place<br>\nWe employ reasonable managerial and technical measures to ensure that your information is secure.\nFor example, all personally identifiable information is maintained behind a firewall.\nIn addition, Scrubly uses server authentication, data encryption, encoded session identifications, and other advanced technology to prevent interference or unauthorized access from outside intruders.\n7.\nChildren<br>\nMinors in the country, state or province in which they live, may only use the Site with the approval of a parent or guardian.\n8.\nSpam Policy <p>Scrubly does not condone spamming.\nScrubly will not rent, sell, or share Personally Identifiable Information or any of your synchronized data, or other contact information, or your use of the Site, and your data will not be used for spam or any other purpose outside of Scrubly's services.<br>\n<br>\nScrubly may periodically send you service-related announcements from time to time about the general operation of the service.\nScrubly reserves the right to send you such notices about your account even if you opt out of all voluntary email notifications.</p> 9.\nPhishing Scrubly does not and will not, at any time, request Personally Identifiable Information in a non-secure or unsolicited e-mail or telephone communication.\n10.\nLinks to third party sites<br>\nThe Site may contain links to other sites whose information practices may be different than Scrubly's.\nYou should consult the other sites' privacy policies, as Scrubly has no control over information that is submitted to, or collected by, these third parties.\n11.\nInternational Users By visiting the Site and providing your data, you acknowledge and agree that due to the international dimension of Scrubly some of the data may be transmitted outside your resident jurisdiction.\nFurthermore, you acknowledge and agree that such data may be stored on servers located in the United States.\n12.\nChanges to the Privacy Policy <p>This Privacy Policy may be updated as Scrubly's services change and grow.\nScrubly will indicate any such changes on this page, by email, or through notice on our home page.\nNon-material changes and clarifications will take effect immediately, and material changes will take effect within 30 days of their posting on this site.\nIf this Privacy Policy is changed, Scrubly will post them and will indicate at the top of this page the policy's new effective date.\nScrubly encourages you to refer to this policy on an ongoing basis so that you understand our current privacy policy.\nThe most current version of the Privacy Policy can be found at https://www.scrubly.com/info/privacy.</p> 13.\nOpt-out policy <p>If, at any time after you have provided information to us, and you have changed your mind about receiving information from us or about sharing your information, then you can either return to account setup and change your preferences or send us an email that specifies your request.\nSimply send your request to opt-out@Scrubly.com.\n</p> 14.\nContact <p>If you have any questions about this privacy policy, please contact us at privacy@Scrubly.com.\n</p> " created_at: - - &1 2018-09-19 18:07:06.597493085 Z updated_at: - - *1 service_id: - - 466
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--- id: - - 545 name: - - Terms of Use url: - - https://www.scrubly.com/info/terms xpath: - - "//div[@class='features']" text: - - " 1.\nIntroduction<br>\nWelcome to Scrubly, an application created by BluCapp, Inc.\nthat automatically cleans up your Address Book by removing duplicates, merging similarly matching contacts and resolving conflicts.\nThis service is accessible at www.Scrubly.com (the \"Site\").\nPlease read through the following Terms of Use carefully, since it contains important information about your legal rights, obligations and remedies.\nThe Terms of Use also contain limitations and exclusions and a dispute resolution clause that governs how disputes shall be resolved.\nTogether with Scrubly's Privacy Policy, these Terms of Use govern your access to and use of the Site by Scrubly.\nThis is a legal agreement between you and Scrubly.\nBy accessing or using the Site, you (the \"User\") indicate that you have read, understand and agree to be bound by these Terms of Use.\nIf you do not accept these Terms of Use in their entirety, please stop accessing or using the Site.\n2.\nModification of the Site or Terms of Use<br>\nScrubly reserves the right at its sole discretion to modify, discontinue or terminate the Site, or to change, add to or remove portions of these Terms of Use at any time without further notice.\nIf Scrubly does this, it will post the revised Terms of Use on this page and it will indicate the date that these terms were last revised at the top of this page.\nThe revised Terms of Use shall be effective immediately after they are posted on the Site (unless a longer notice period is required by law).\nAfter any such change, your continued use of the Site implies your acceptance of the new Terms of Use.\nIf you do not agree to these or any future Terms of Use, please do not continue to use or access the Site.\nIt is your responsibility to regularly check the Site to determine if there have been changes to these Terms of Use and to review such changes.\n3.\nRegistration<br>\nTo access certain features of the Site, upload User Data, and to post certain User Content, you will have to create a Scrubly account to become a \"Registered User\".\nYou must be 13 years of age or older.\nWhen you register, you will be asked to choose a password.\nYou are responsible for safeguarding your password and agree not to disclose your password to any third party.\nYou agree that you are solely responsible for any activities taken under your password, whether or not you have authorized such activities.\nYou shall immediately notify Scrubly of any unauthorized use of your password.\nYou agree that the information that you provide to Scrubly upon registration, and at all other times will be true, accurate, current and complete.\na.\nContent<br>\nYou may access and use the Site and Content for your own personal non-commercial use.\nYou will not remove, alter or conceal any copyright, trademark, service mark or other proprietary rights notices incorporated in or accompanying the Site, Content, User Content without prior written permission.\nScrubly and its licensors own all right, title and interest, including all worldwide intellectual property rights in the Site, Content and the trademarks, service marks and logos contained therein other than your User Content.\nb.\nUser Content <p>You are solely responsible for the content that you submit to the Site, or transmit to other Users.\nYou agree that Scrubly may, but is not obligated to, review the Site and may delete or remove (without notice) any Content or User Content in its sole discretion, for any reason or no reason, including without limitation User Content that in the sole judgment of the Scrubly violates this Terms of Use, or which might be offensive, illegal, or that might violate the rights, harm, or threaten the safety of Users or others.\nYou are solely responsible at your sole cost and expense for creating backup copies and replacing any User Content you post or store on the Site.<br> (i) License Grant.\nScrubly does not claim ownership rights in your User Content.\nHowever, by posting User Content to any part of the Site, you grant to Scrubly an irrevocable, perpetual, non-exclusive, transferable, fully paid, worldwide license (with the right to sublicense) to use, reproduce, publicly perform, publicly display, reformat, translate, excerpt (in whole or in part) and distribute such User Content for any purpose on or in connection with the Site or the promotion thereof, to prepare derivative works of, or incorporate into other works, such User Content, and to grant and authorize sublicenses of the foregoing.\nYou represent and warrant that you own or have the necessary licenses, rights, consents, and permissions to grant the foregoing licenses to Scrubly.\nScrubly shall own all right, title and interest in and to all derivative works and compilations of User Content that are created by Scrubly, including all worldwide intellectual property rights therein.\nYou agree to execute and deliver such documents and provide all assistance reasonably requested by Scrubly to give to Scrubly the full benefit of the rights granted to Scrubly by you.<br> You may remove your User Content from the Site at any time.\nIf you choose to remove your User Content, the license granted above will automatically expire, however you acknowledge that the Scrubly may retain backups of your User Content.<br> (ii) Limitations.\nYou acknowledge and agree that Scrubly may, at its option, establish limits concerning User Content, including without limitation the maximum size of text or any other information that may be entered or uploaded to the Site.\nScrubly shall have no responsibility or liability and you are solely responsible for creating back-ups of your User Content.<br> (iii) Disclaimer.\nScrubly has no ability to control the User Content that are uploaded, posted or otherwise transmitted using the Site and does not have any obligation to monitor such User Content for any purpose.\nScrubly does not endorse any User Content or any opinion, recommendation, or advice expressed therein and you agree to waive, and hereby do waive, any legal or equitable rights or remedies you have or may have against Scrubly with respect thereto.\n</p> c.\nUser Data<br>\nScrubly does not claim intellectual property rights over the User Data including contacts and address book data and other data you upload to the Service.\nYour User Data uploaded remains yours.\nScrubly will not re-distribute, publish or disclose publicly any uploaded User Data unless required by law.\n<br>\n<br>\nScrubly does not automatically review all User Data uploaded, but has the right (but not the obligation) in their sole discretion to refuse or remove any User Data that is available via the Service.\n5.\nTechnical Support<br>\nTechnical support is only provided to paid subscribers and is only available via email.\n6.\nTermination and Cancellation<br>\nScrubly may terminate or suspend your access to the Site and remove any material (including User Content and User Data) from the Site or our servers, for any reason, or no reason, at any time in its sole discretion without notice to you.\nFurther, if Scrubly believes, in its sole discretion, that a violation of the Terms of Use has occurred, Scrubly may take other corrective actions as deemed appropriate.\nScrubly reserves the right to investigate suspected violations of these Terms of Use, including without limitation any violation arising from any User Content or User Data.\nScrubly may gather information from Users, Registered or otherwise, who are suspected of violating these Terms of Use.\nYou agree to provide us with such information.\nScrubly will fully cooperate with any law enforcement authorities or court order requesting or directing us to disclose the identity of anyone posting publishing or otherwise making available any User Content or other materials that are believed to violate these Terms of Use.<br>\n<br>\nYou may terminate your Scrubly account at any time and for any reason by navigating to the Account page and clicking Cancel Account.\nAn email or phone call to Scrubly does not constitute a valid and accepted form of cancellation.\nUpon Cancellation, all of your User Data will be deleted from Scrubly servers and cannot be recovered.<br>\n<br>\nAny termination or suspension shall not affect your obligations to Scrubly under these Terms of Use (including but not limited to ownership, indemnification and limitation of liability), which shall survive termination or suspension.\n7.\nCurrency of the Site<br>\nScrubly updates the information on the Site regularly.\nHowever, Scrubly cannot guarantee or accept any responsibility or liability for the accuracy, currency or completeness of the information on the Site.\nScrubly may revise, supplement or delete information, services and/or the resources contained in the Site and reserves the right to make such changes without prior notification to past, current or prospective visitors.\n8.\nInternet software or computer viruses<br>\nDue to technical difficulties with the Internet, Internet software or transmission problems could produce inaccurate or incomplete copies of information contained on the Site.\nComputer viruses or other destructive programs may also be inadvertently downloaded from the Site.<br>\n<br>\nScrubly shall not be responsible or liable for any software, computer viruses or other destructive, harmful or disruptive files or programs that may infect or otherwise impact your use of your computer equipment or other property on account of your access to, use of, or browsing on the Site or your downloading of any of the Materials from the Web Site.\nScrubly recommends that you install appropriate anti-virus or other protective software.\n9.\nUser Conduct <p>Scrubly wants to promote an environment where Users can safely interact with each other.\nYou agree not to do any of the following while accessing or using the Site:</p>\n<ul>\n<li>register for more than one User account, or register for a User account on behalf of another individual;</li>\n<li>falsely represent yourself, impersonate another person or entity, or create a false identity on the Site;</li>\n<li>use or try to use another User's account (without written permission from Scrubly);</li>\n<li>collect other Users' email addresses or other contact information from the Site using electronic or other means for sending unsolicited emails or communications;</li>\n<li>submit or transmit any unsolicited or unauthorized promotional materials, advertising, solicitations, \"junk mail,\" \"spam,\" \"chain letters,\" 'pyramid schemes,\" or any other form of solicitation;</li>\n<li>circumvent, disable or otherwise interfere with security related features of the Site or features that prevent or restrict use or copying of any Content</li>\n<li>intimidate or harass other Users;</li>\n<li>upload, email, or otherwise transmit (i) any User Content or User Data to which you do not have the lawful right to copy, transmit and display (including any User Content or User Data that would violate any confidentiality obligations that you might have with respect to the User Content).\n(ii) any User Content or User Data for which you do not have the consent or permission of each identifiable person in the User Content or User Data to use the name of each person (to the extent each is implicated by the User Content or User Data) and such consent or permission in necessary.\nor (iii) any User Submission that infringes the intellectual property rights or violates the privacy rights of any third party (including without limitation copyright, trademark, patent, trade secret, or other intellectual property right, or moral right or right of publicity);</li>\n<li>submit or transfer content, in the sole judgment of Scrubly, which is objectionable or inhibits another User from effectively using the Site, or which may expose Scrubly or its Users to harm or liability;</li>\n<li>submit or store any content that Scrubly deems to be harmful, threatening, unlawful, defamatory, infringing, abusive, inflammatory, harassing, vulgar, obscene, fraudulent, invasive of privacy or publicity rights, hateful, or racially, ethnically or otherwise objectionable.\n</li>\n<li>submit or transfer User Content or User Data that constitutes, encourages or provide instructions for a criminal offense, violates the rights of any entity, or create liabilities or violates any local, state, national or international laws;</li>\n<li>use the Site in any unlawful manner or in any other manner that could damage, disable, overburden or impair the Site;</li>\n<li>attempt to probe, scan or test the vulnerability of the Site or impair and breach any security or authentication measures protecting the Site;</li>\n<li>attempt to decipher, decompile, disassemble or reverse engineer any of the software used to provide the Site.\n</li>\n</ul> 10.\nThird Party Links The Site may provide links to other web sites (\"Third Party Sites\") or other resources from the Site.\nInformation on Third Party Sites are not investigated, monitored or checked for accuracy, offensiveness, opinions, reliability, privacy practices or other policies, and Scrubly is not responsible for any Third Party Sites accessed through the Site.\nInclusion of or linking to the use of any Third Party Site does not imply approval or endorsement by Scrubly.\nYou take sole responsibility for and assume all risk arising from your use of any such websites or resources.\nIf you decide to leave the Site and access Third Party Sites, you do so at your own risk and you are aware that our terms and policies no longer govern.\nYou should review the applicable terms and policies of any site to which you navigate, including privacy and data gathering practices.\n11.\nArbitration <p>You and Scrubly agree that except as otherwise stated, the sole and exclusive forum and remedy for any dispute and claim relating to or arising out of these Terms of Use, the Site shall be final and binding arbitration.\nTo the extent that either of us has in any manner infringed upon or violated the other party's patent, copyright, trademark or trade secret rights, or you have otherwise violated any of the user conduct rules set forth, then the parties acknowledge that arbitration is not an adequate remedy and that injunctive or other appropriate relief may be sought.<br>\n<br> Arbitration under this Terms of Use shall be conducted by the American Arbitration Association (the \"AAA\") under its Commercial Arbitration Rules and, in the case of consumer disputes, the AAA's Supplementary Procedures for Consumer Related Disputes ( the \"AAA Consumer Rules\") (collectively the \"AAA Rules\").\nThe location of the arbitration and the allocation of costs and fees for such arbitration shall be determined in accordance with AAA Rules and shall be subject to the limitations provided for in the AAA Consumer Rules (for consumer disputes).\nIf such costs are determined to be excessive in a consumer dispute, Scrubly will be responsible for paying all arbitration fees and arbitrator compensation in excess of what is deemed reasonable.\nThe arbitrator's award shall be binding and may be entered as a judgment in any court of competent jurisdiction.<br>\n<br> To the fullest extent permitted by applicable law, NO ARBITRATION OR CLAIM UNDER THESE TERMS OF USE SHALL BE JOINED WITH ANY OTHER ARBITRATION OR CLAIM, INCLUDING ANY ARBITRATION OR CLAIM INVOLVING ANY OTHER CURRENT OR FORMER USER OF THE SITE, AND NO CLASS ARBITRATION PROCEEDINGS SHALL BE PERMITTED.\nIn no event shall any claim, action or proceeding by you related in any way to the Site and/or the Service (including your visit to or use of the Site and/or the Service) be instituted more than three (3) years after the cause of action arose.</p> 12.\nDisclaimers<br>\nYour use of the Site, Content, User Content and processing of User Data is at your sole discretion and risk.\nThe Site, Content, User Content and the processing of User Data, and all materials, information, products and services included therein, are provided on an \"AS IS\" and \"AS AVAILABLE\" basis without warranties of any kind.\nSCRUBLY EXPRESSLY DISCLAIMS ALL WARRANTIES OF ANY KIND, EXPRESS, IMPLIED OR STATUTORY, RELATING TO THE SITE, CONTENT, USER CONTENT AND USER DATA, INCLUDING WITHOUT LIMITATION THE WARRANTIES OF TITLE, MERCHANTABILITY, FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR PURPOSE, NON-INFRINGEMENT OF PROPRIETARY RIGHTS, COURSE OF DEALING OR COURSE OF PERFORMANCE.\nScrubly disclaims any warranties: (i) regarding the security, accuracy, reliability, timeliness and performance of the Site.\nor (ii) that the Site, Content, User Content and User Data will be error-free or that any errors will be corrected.\nNo advice or information, whether oral or written, obtained by you from Scrubly, shall create any warranty not expressly stated in this Agreement.\nSome states or jurisdictions do not allow the exclusion of certain warranties.\nAccordingly, some of the above exclusions may not apply to you.\n13.\nIndemnification and Limitation of Liability <p>You agree to defend, indemnify, and hold Scrubly and BluCapp, Inc., its officers, directors, employees and agents, subsidiaries and affiliates, and each of their officers, directors, employees and agents, harmless from and against any loss, liability, claim, demand, damages, costs and expenses, including, without limitation, reasonable attorney's fees, arising out of or in any way connected with (i) your access to or use of the Site, Content, User Content and processing of User Data.\n(ii) your violation of these Terms of Use.\n(iii) your violation of any third party right, including without limitation any intellectual property right, property, or privacy right.\nor (iv) any claim that one of your User Content caused damage to a third party.<br>\n<br> You acknowledge that Scrubly's entire liability and your exclusive remedy with respect to service warranty shall be Scrubly using commercially reasonable efforts to correct non-conformities.\nEXCEPT FOR THE ABOVE EXPRESS LIMITED WARRANTY, SCRUBLY MAKES AND YOU RECEIVE NO WARRANTIES, EXPRESS, IMPLIED, STATUTORY, OR OTHERWISE, AND SCRUBLY SPECIFICALLY DISCLAIMS ANY IMPLIED WARRANTIES OF MERCHANTABILITY, NONINFRINGEMENT AND FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR PURPOSE WITH RESPECT TO THE SCRUBLY OFFERING.\nSCRUBLY DOES NOT WARRANT THAT THE SCRUBLY OFFERINGS WILL MEET YOUR REQUIREMENTS OR THAT THE SCRUBLY OFFERINGS WILL BE ERROR FREE.\nThis limitation or exclusion of warranties may be subject to exceptions in local jurisdictions.<br>\n<br> Certain state laws do not allow limitations on implied warranties or the exclusion or limitation of certain damages.\nIf these laws apply to you, some or all of the above disclaimers, exclusions or limitations may not apply, and you may have additional rights.</p> 14.\nApplicable law The Site is controlled, operated and administered by Scrubly from within the State of Washington, in the United States.\nThe Site can be accessed from all states and territories of the United States, as well as from other countries around the world.\nAs each of these jurisdictions has laws that may differ from those of Washington State, by accessing the Site, you acknowledge and agree that all matters relating to access to, or use of the Site shall be governed by the laws of the State of Washington and the federal laws of the United States applicable therein (without reference to conflicts of laws principles).\n<br>\n<br>\nYou also agree that any claims or disputes whatsoever arising from your use of the Site or the enforcement of these Terms of Use shall be submitted to the exclusive jurisdiction and venue of the courts of the County of King, State of Washington, within the United States and acknowledge that you do so voluntarily.\n15.\nOther These Terms of Use constitute the entire agreement between you and Scrubly concerning the use of the Site, and supersedes any prior agreement between you and Scrubly relating to your use of the Site.\nScrubly's failure to exercise or enforce any right or provision of these Terms of Use shall not constitute a waiver of this right or provision in this or any other instance.\nIf any provision of this Terms of Use is held to be invalid, the remainder of this Agreement shall continue in full force and effect.\nIf any provision of these Terms of Use shall be deemed unlawful, void or unenforceable, that provision shall be deemed severable from these Terms of Use but shall not affect the validity and enforceability of the remaining provisions.\n16.\nFeedback Scrubly welcomes your feedback.\nYou may submit feedback by emailing us at service@Scrubly.com.\nYou acknowledge and agree that any questions, comments, suggestions, ideas, or other information about the Site (\"Feedback\") provided by you to Scrubly or any of its employees or representatives are non-confidential.\nScrubly shall own a non-exclusive license to the unlimited use of the Feedback, including without limitation the right to reformat and translate it, for commercial or other purposes and its dissemination without acknowledgment or compensation to you.\n17.\nQuestions If you have questions about these Terms of Use or about the Services, please contact Scrubly at service@Scrubly.com.<br>\n<br>\nEmail: service@Scrubly.com " created_at: - - &1 2018-09-19 18:06:01.131560356 Z updated_at: - - *1 service_id: - - 466
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--- title: - "[Neutral] eBay may process and retain your personal information on servers in the U.S. and elsewhere in the world " - Your data may be processed and stored anywhere in the world source: - Imported from ToS;DR before phoenix - https://www.ebayinc.com/our-company/privacy-center/privacy-notice/ status: - changes-requested - pending analysis: - "[Neutral] eBay may process and retain your personal information on servers in the U.S. and elsewhere in the world where their data centers are located. They provide link to their global privacy standards (http://www.ebayprivacycenter.com/privacy)" - "eBay may process and retain your personal information on servers in the U.S. and elsewhere in the world where their data centers are located. \r\nSource:\r\nhttps://www.ebayinc.com/our-company/privacy-center/privacy-notice/\r\n-> expand \"Data Controllers and Data Protection Officers\"\r\n-> Notice about the information is on the bottom of this point." point_change: - - '' case_id: - 235 - 187 updated_at: - 2018-05-15 09:11:51.647609000 Z - 2018-09-19 18:03:23.613753715 Z
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--- id: - - 544 name: - - Terms of Service url: - - https://www.honeypot.io/pages/terms_of_service xpath: - - //*[@class="c-info"] text: - - " Terms of Service of Honeypot <p> For Talents  &amp;  For Companies </p> For Talents <p>\n</p>\n<p> Honeypot GmbH, Schönhauser Allee 45, 10435 Berlin, Germany, Commercial Register: Amtsgericht Charlottenburg, HRB 167934 B, Managing Directors: Kaya Taner, Emma Tracey, VAT-ID: DE300856850 (hereinafter referred to as <strong>\"Honeypot\"</strong> or <strong>\"us\"</strong> ) operates an online job marketplace platform via <strong>https://www.honeypot.io/</strong> and other channels (the <strong>\"Service\"</strong> ).\n</p>\n<p> The Service connects companies ( <strong>\"Company</strong> or <strong>\"Companies\"</strong> ), and candidates ( <strong>\"Talent\"</strong> or <strong>\"Talents\"</strong> ) with each other trying to match the right person with the right job.\n</p>\n<p> Talents are natural persons seeking new employment or freelance contracts through the Service.\n</p>\n<p> Companies are natural persons or business entities searching for new employees or contractors through the Service.\n</p>\n<ol>\n<li>\n<strong>Scope</strong>\n<ol>\n<li> Within the framework of the Talents' own technical and operational possibilities Honeypot allows the Talents to participate in the Service.\nHoneypot provides all services in connection with the Service for Talent solely based on these Terms of Service (hereinafter referred to as <strong>\"Talent Terms of Service\"</strong> or \"Terms of Service\").\n</li>\n<li> Honeypot objects to the validity of any general terms and conditions of Talents.\nGeneral terms and conditions of Talents become an integral part of the agreement between the Talent and Honeypot, only if Honeypot explicitly consents to them in writing.\n</li>\n<li> Honeypot can utilize the services of independent third parties for the Service ( <strong>\"Third Party Service\"</strong> ) such as app stores and social networks.\nNo third party services are provided by third parties upon the instruction of Honeypot.\nThird party services are not provided by Honeypot.\nHoneypot or the third party will identify these services in a suitable manner.\nAny issues in connection with third party services are not affected by these Terms of Service.\nHoneypot shall not be responsible for third party services.\nThird party services are potentially subject to their providers' general terms and conditions.\n</li>\n<li> Applications for mobile devices ( <strong>\"Apps\"</strong> or <strong>\"Apps\"</strong> ) are generally not directly provided by Honeypot but by a third party provider ( <strong>\"App Store\"</strong> ).\nA separate user account may be necessary for this purpose.\nHoneypot does not warrant that the Service is identical in functionality and design on all mobile devices.\nCertain functions and contents may not be available.\nTalents should see the functionality description of the App.\n</li>\n<br>\n</ol>\n</li>\n<li>\n<strong>Talent Eligible to Participate</strong>\n<ol>\n<li> Honeypot offers the Service only to Talent looking for Placement as defined in Section 7.2 below.\n</li>\n<li> With his/her account registration or participation in the Service, Talent represents that he/she is of legal age and of legal capacity.\n</li>\n<br>\n</ol>\n</li>\n<li>\n<strong>Talent Enrolment / Entry Into Force</strong>\n<ol>\n<li> The participation in the Service requires that the Talent enters a binding agreement with Honeypot as defined below in Section 3.4 and the setup of a Talent account ( <strong>\"Account\"</strong> ).\n</li>\n<li> Talent must submit an application to participate in the Service on Honeypot's website or otherwise.\n</li>\n<li> Talent must accurately complete the application (and provide Honeypot with future updates) and not use any aliases or other means to mask its true identity or contact information.\n</li>\n<li> By filling in the application, Talent submits a binding offer to enter into an agreement with Honeypot according to the terms and conditions of these Terms of Service ( <strong>\"Agreement\"</strong> ).\n</li>\n<li> After Honeypot reviews Talent’s application, Honeypot will notify him/her or it of its acceptance or rejection to the Service, generally within five (5) business days of receipt of the application.\nHoneypot may request additional information (see Sections 6.1 and 6.2).\nThe Agreement enters into force upon Honeypot’s acceptance of Talent to the Service.\nHoneypot is under no obligation to accept applications.\n</li>\n<li> Honeypot is entitled but not obliged to verify the accuracy of the Talent's information.\nThis may be done by Honeypot requesting documents to prove the identity such as a personal ID card.\nHoneypot is entitled to make the creation of an account subject to such verification.\n</li>\n<li> Prior to the application Talent will have to conduct a telephone/online interview with Honeypot.\nFurthermore, the Talent may be required to complete a coding challenge.\n</li>\n<li> Prior to sending the online application form, the Talent can print out the Terms of Service or save them to a permanent data storage device.\n</li>\n<br>\n</ol>\n</li>\n<li>\n<strong>Limits of Use / Prohibited Conduct</strong>\n<ol>\n<li> Honeypot provides the Service solely for use in accordance with these Terms of Service.\nAutomated login is prohibited.\nOnly the official clients and apps or websites provided by Honeypot may be used to connect to the Service.\nThe Talent may not create, support, host, link or provide any other options, which can be used by other persons to utilize the Service.\n</li>\n<li> The Talent is prohibited from transferring his/her Account to third parties without the prior written consent of Honeypot.\n</li>\n<li> The Talent is not entitled to use any means, mechanisms or software in connection with the Service, which can disturb functions of the Service.\nThe Talent may not undertake any action, which can result in an unreasonable or excess load of the technical capacities of Honeypot.\nIn particular, the Talent is not permitted to block, overwrite or modify the contents generated by Honeypot unless Honeypot has permitted it specifically in writing.\n</li>\n<li> The Talent will refrain from anything that could endanger the performance and availability of the Service.\n</li>\n<li> By using the Service, the Talent will not violate any applicable legal provisions such as the criminal code or third party rights and the Talent assures not to contribute or transmit any illegal or immoral contents to the Service.\nThis includes specifically any contents (including member names, etc.), <ol>\n<li>which are, false, inaccurate or misleading</li>\n<li>which are, insulting, racist, sexist, pornographic or obscene;</li>\n<li>which can damage the reputation of Honeypot;</li>\n<li> suitable to violate copyrights, patents, brands or any other intellectual property rights, the rights on a person's own image and other personal rights or third party rights.\n</li>\n</ol>\n</li>\n<li> The Talent is not permitted to disseminate commercial advertising for third party products or programs, to send unsolicited mass emails and unsolicited advertising in the Service.\nThe Talent will honor the privacy of third parties.\nIn addition, the Talent is not permitted to disseminate in the Service unauthorized any third party work that is protected by copyrights or other rights.\nMoreover, the Talent is not allowed to refer to offers with such content.\n</li>\n<li> Honeypot is entitled to stop such violations against this Section 4.\nIn addition, Honeypot is entitled to delete the breaching contents of the Talent.\nThe same applies to definite indications of a violation against these Terms of Service to contents, which are otherwise illegal.\nThere is no entitlement to the recovery of breaching deleted content.\nSuch claim is also voided if the restoration is not possible for technical reasons.\n</li>\n<li> Without the prior express written consent of Honeypot, any blocked Talent is prohibited from creating a new account.\nIf this ban was circumvented, then Honeypot has the right to block this Account permanently without prior announcement.\n</li>\n<li> The provisions of this Section 4 do not limit the termination right of Honeypot — particularly the right to terminate effective immediately — in accordance with Section 12.\nIn addition, they do not limit the right of Honeypot to exercise the virtual domiciliary right.\n</li>\n<br>\n</ol>\n</li>\n<li>\n<strong>Functioning of the Service / Honeypot’s responsibilities</strong>\n<ol>\n<li> Honeypot provides the Service to connect Talent and Companies.\nThe Service works as follows: Talent sign-up to the Service and make their curriculum vitae and other information as specified in the Terms of Service or the Talent Terms of Service available.\nCompanies also sign-up and provide a profile.\nThis profile is only visible to Talents that the Companies are interested in as defined below.\nCompanies can browse the Talent profiles in a list and detailed view and decide to apply to the respective Talent by sending an interview requests.\nThese interview requests come with a first, non-binding offer proposal of what compensation package the company has in mind.\nTalent can review the interview requests and are now able to browse the profiles of Companies that have sent the requests.\nThe Talent can accept or reject the interview request.\nIf rejected, the Company may (upon choice of the Talent) re-contact the Talent with a revised proposal.\nIf accepted, Honeypot connects Talent and Company.\n</li>\n<li> Once a Talent has been viewed by a Company in the list view it is considered to be introduced by Honeypot ( <strong>\"Introduction\"</strong> ).\nIf Talent and Company had been introduced in the past twelve months before the Introduction directly or by a third party and Company does not inform Honeypot about this within five business days in writing and substantive materials showing the introduction, the Talent is considered to have been introduced by Honeypot.\nEmail or the Service are sufficient media in this matter.\nA Talent is considered to be already introduced directly or by a third party when there is a written communication concerning the Talent, with a clear identification of the Talent and the Company and with a clear identification of the opportunity to hire the Talent.\n</li>\n<li>An Introduction on the Service lasts twelve months.</li>\n<li> Honeypot may from time to time, but is under no obligation to, suggest a specific Talent to a Company or vice versa.\nThe Talent is then also seen as introduced.\nThis can be done via email, messaging service or phone.\n</li>\n<li> Honeypot undertakes reasonable efforts to match Talent and Companies, however, Honeypot does under no circumstances represent, assume a warranty or guarantee or undertake in any other way that Talent or Company will find a match through Honeypot and/or the Service.\n</li>\n<br>\n</ol>\n</li>\n<li>\n<strong>Obligations of Talent</strong>\n<ol>\n<li> Talent shall submit the information about him/or herself as requested in the compulsory and voluntary fields of the sign-up form.\n</li>\n<li> Honeypot may add compulsory or voluntary fields from time to time.\nThe Talent shall not transmit any personal data of third parties (i.e.\ndata allowing identification of an individual) to Honeypot, unless data protection laws allow for such transmission or Talent has obtained consent from the concerned parties.\nHoneypot may also request additional information from Talent on a case by case basis.\n</li>\n<li> Unless otherwise provided in these Terms of Service, Honeypot will usually communicate with the Talent via email.\nThe Talent shall make sure that it receives all emails sent by Honeypot to the address submitted in the course of the application, or at a later date.\nThe Talent will in particular configure the spam filter accordingly and regularly check all incoming email under this address.\nHoneypot may choose any other appropriate means of communication.\n</li>\n<li> The Talent shall inform Honeypot in writing within 5 business days if a Company gets in contact with the Talent outside of the provided Service while its profile is visible to Companies on the platform.\n</li>\n<li> The Talent shall keep all access data (login, passwords etc.) for the Service ( <strong>\"Access Data\"</strong> ) strictly confidential.\nThe Talent shall promptly inform Honeypot in case it learns or suspects that an unauthorized third person is in possession of the Access Data.\n</li>\n<li> In case Honeypot has reason to believe that an unauthorized third party is in possession of Access Data, Honeypot may, without assuming any responsibility to do so, and always acting in its sole discretion, change the Access Data without prior notice or block the respective account.\nHoneypot will promptly inform the Talent and will, upon request, communicate the new Access Data to the Talent without undue delay.\nThe Talent cannot claim to have its initial Access Data restored.\n</li>\n<li> In case a third party uses of Access Data, with the Talent at fault, the Talent’s Access Data, the Talent is liable for all such actions, and for damages.\nIn such event, all access through the Talent’s Access Data shall be considered as an access by the Talent.\n</li>\n<li> Honeypot is not responsible for providing or assisting with the obtaining of any work or other permits and/or medicals and other country specific regulations and requirements that may be necessary to employ the Talent.\n</li>\n<br>\n</ol>\n</li>\n<li>\n<strong>Placement / Payment</strong>\n<ol>\n<li>The use of Honeypot is free of costs for Talents.</li>\n<li> Talent undertakes to inform Honeypot in writing (through the service or via email is sufficient) as soon as possible, but no later than five business days, if he was hired or otherwise contracted by Company ( <strong>\"Placement\"</strong> ).\nHoneypot may contact Talent to request status updates about ongoing negotiations.\n</li>\n<li> Placement shall mean any form of employment, temporary employment, contracting or other use of Talent by Company or an undertaking affiliated with Company in the sense of Sec.\n15ff.\nof the German Stock Company Act.\n</li>\n<li> Talent agrees that Companies are allowed to share all contract details with Honeypot.\n</li>\n<li> Talent has to inform Honeypot in writing within five business days about any rehiring or similar by Company for a period of twelve months after termination.\n</li>\n<li> Honeypot operates the \"Refer a Friend Program\".\nTalent can refer a friend.\nIf a friend signs-up through Honeypot and is successfully placed in fix employment (no contract work or internship position), Talent is entitled to a referral bonus in the amount of 512 Euro.\nReferral needs to be done through the referral technology provided in the Service or an affiliate tracking link.\nA referral lasts 12 months during which no other Talent can refer the same friend.\nHoneypot will credit the referral Bonus within two weeks after the start of the Placement.\n</li>\n<li> Talent has to transmit the signed agreement to Honeypot as proof of the conclusion of the agreement and for the invoicing processes.\n</li>\n<br>\n</ol>\n</li>\n<li>\n<strong>Quality of the Service / Technical Deficiencies</strong>\n<ol>\n<li> It is in the nature of the Service that it is continuously advanced and updated.\nBy changing and advancing the Service, Honeypot intends to provide Talents a useful Service and pleasant Talent experience.\nTherefore, Honeypot grants the Talent access to the Service in its available form or version.\nChanges and advancements can affect system requirements and compatibility requirements.\nThe Talent has no claim for maintaining or reconstruction of a specific condition of scope of services.\nAny of the Talent's claims for deficiency, which refer to the technical usability of the Service itself, shall remain unaffected thereby.\nDue to the continuous advancement of the Service, Honeypot reserves itself the right to offer new features and/or to remove them from the Service or to change them.\nThe Talent consents these continuous changes of the Service.\n</li>\n<li> Excluded from warranty are generally such errors, which occur through external influences such as operating errors by the Talent, force majeure or any modifications, not carried out by Honeypot or any other manipulations.\n</li>\n<li> Honeypot does not assume any guarantees in a legal meaning as long as not expressly provided for in these Terms of Service.\n</li>\n<br>\n</ol>\n</li>\n<li>\n<strong>Limitation of Liability / Availability</strong>\n<ol>\n<li> Honeypot shall be liable under the terms of this Agreement only in accordance with the provisions set out in Sections 9.1.1 to 9.1.5.\nExcept in case of intent or gross negligence, any liability of Honeypot shall be disclaimed.\nThe same applies in case of slight negligence by agents or assistants in performance.\nHowever, the foregoing does not apply in the following cases: <ol>\n<li> Honeypot shall be unrestrictedly liable for losses caused intentionally or with gross negligence by Honeypot, its legal representatives or senior executives and for losses caused intentionally by other assistants in performance.\nin respect of gross negligence of other assistants in performance Honeypot’s liability shall be as set forth in the provisions for simple negligence in Section 9.1.5 b) below.\n</li>\n<li> Honeypot shall be unrestrictedly liable for death, personal injury or damage to health caused by the intent or negligence of Honeypot, its legal representatives or assistants in performance.\n</li>\n<li> If Honeypot provides a warranty it shall be liable for losses arising from the lack of any warranted characteristics up to the amount which is covered by the purpose of the warranty and which was foreseeable for Honeypot at the time the warranty was given.\n</li>\n<li> Honeypot shall be unrestrictedly liable in accordance with the German Product Liability Act in the event of product liability.\n</li>\n<li> Honeypot shall be liable for losses caused by the negligent (including simple negligence) or intentional breach of its primary obligations by Honeypot, its legal representatives or assistants in performance.\n<ol>\n<li> Primary obligations are such basic duties, which form the essence of the Agreement, which were decisive for the conclusion of the Agreement and on the performance of which Talent may rely.\n</li>\n<li> If Honeypot breaches its primary obligations through simple negligence, then its ensuing liability shall be limited to the amount which was foreseeable by Honeypot at the time the respective service was performed.\n</li>\n<li> Damages shall be restricted to ten (10) times the fees provided under these Terms of Service in the past twelve (12) months.\n</li>\n</ol>\n</li>\n</ol>\n</li>\n<li> Subject to Clause 9.1 only and other than in case of intent Honeypot does not accept any liability under or in relation to the Agreement or its subject matter whether such liability arises due to negligence, breach of contract, misrepresentation or for any other reason for any indirect damage and consequential damage, in particular, not for loss of profit, interruption in business and/or interruption of operations of Talent or its customers, unless explicitly specified otherwise in these Terms of Service.\n</li>\n<li> Honeypot undertakes to assure an availability of the Service of 99% (ninety nine percent) as a yearly average.\nPeriods during which the Service is not available because of technical or other problems outside Honeypot’s control (such as force majeure or third party fault) and periods during which routine maintenance works are carried out, are excluded from this.\nHoneypot may restrict access to the Service if required for network security, maintenance of network integrity and the prevention of severe malfunction of the network, the software or stored data.\nThe Talent’s rights in case of intent or gross negligence remain unaffected.\n</li>\n<br>\n</ol>\n</li>\n<li>\n<strong>Intellectual Property / Indemnification</strong>\n<ol>\n<li> Honeypot or its respective licensor is the exclusive owner or exclusive owner of the rights of all contents of the Service.\nThe content is protected by national and international law and particularly by copyright.\nThe unauthorized dissemination, copying, deletion or any other violation of intellectual property rights and copyrights of Honeypot are prosecuted under both civil and criminal law.\n</li>\n<li> All rights not expressly granted in these Terms of Service are reserved by Honeypot.\nHoneypot will retain all rights, title, and interests in and to the Service (except for any licensed content and third-party content included therein), including all data (such as any usage data and compilations thereof), information and software related thereto.\nThe Talent acknowledges that the software, information, content and data related to the Service (such as any usage data or compilations thereof) are protected for Honeypot under copyright and similar rights and may contain trade secrets or other intellectual or industrial property owned or licensed by Honeypot.\n</li>\n<li> Talent warrants, that he has the right (i) to submit the information to the Service and (ii) can grant Honeypot the right to use the information as described above.\n</li>\n<li> Talent hereby agrees to indemnify, defend and hold harmless Honeypot and their its subsidiaries, directors, officers, employees, owners and agents against any and all claims, actions, demands, liabilities, losses, damages, judgments, settlements, costs, and expenses (including reasonable attorneys' fees and costs) based on (i) any failure or breach of the Agreement and the Terms of Service, including any representation, warranty, covenant, restriction or obligation made by Talent herein, (ii) any misuse by Talent.\n</li>\n<br>\n</ol>\n</li>\n<li>\n<strong>Confidentiality</strong>\n<ol>\n<li> Except as otherwise provided in these Terms of Service or with the consent of Honeypot, the Talent agrees that all information, including, without limitation, business information, information from the company profile e.g.\nsalary information and information about tech stack concerning Honeypot or any of Honeypot’s other customers provided by or on behalf of any of them shall remain strictly confidential and secret and shall not be utilized, directly or indirectly, by Talent for any purpose other than Talent’s participation in the Service ( <strong>\"Confidential Information\"</strong> ).\n</li>\n<li> Talent shall especially not use any information obtained from the Service to develop, enhance or operate a service that competes with the Service, or assist another party to do the same.\n</li>\n<li> After and during the term of the Agreement, neither party will use for any purpose or disclose to any third party, any Confidential Information of the other party.\nAny exception to this must be obtained in advance.\n</li>\n<li> The foregoing restriction does not apply to information that has been developed independently by the receiving party without access to the other party’s Confidential Information or has been rightfully received from a third party authorized to make such disclosure or has been approved for release in writing by the disclosing party or has become publicly known through no breach of this Section by the receiving party or is required to be disclosed by a competent legal or governmental authority, provided that the receiving party gives the disclosing party prompt written notice of such requirement prior to disclosure and assists in obtaining an order to protect the information from public disclosure.\n</li>\n<br>\n</ol>\n</li>\n<li>\n<strong>Term / Termination</strong>\n<ol>\n<li> The Agreement shall commence on the date of Honeypot’s approval of Talents application and shall continue thereafter until terminated as provided herein.\n</li>\n<li> Each party has the right to terminate the agreement by giving an advance notice of five business days unless otherwise agreed in writing.\n</li>\n<li> Sections 7 and 11 shall survive any termination of the Agreement.\nSection 11 for five years.\n</li>\n<li> The parties remain free to terminate the Agreement for cause at any time.\n</li>\n<li> Every termination must be in written form, whereby the written form is maintained by email.\nUpon request, the reasons for extraordinary termination must be disclosed immediately in writing if the termination notice did not specify them already.\nAny standard termination notice does not require specification of the termination reasons.\n</li>\n<br>\n</ol>\n</li>\n<li>\n<strong>Data Protection</strong>\n<ol>\n<li> Honeypot processes and utilizes the Talent's data collected during the performance of the Agreement and within the framework of the These Terms of Service, specifically to the extent necessary to fulfil the agreement properly, in accordance with all applicable European and German data protection provisions.\nThe privacy policy of Honeypot shall apply (retrievable under https://www.honeypot.io/pages/privacy ) </li>\n<li> The Talent understands that the performance of the Agreement includes the making available of personal data to Companies Honeypot cooperates with to mediate the Talent and try to match the right person with the right job subject to these Terms of Service and the Privacy Policy.\n</li>\n<li> The Talent understands that Honeypot may contact him/her Talent via phone, email or messaging service and suggest Companies which fit the Talent’s profile.\n</li>\n<br>\n</ol>\n</li>\n<li>\n<strong>Changes to the Terms of Service</strong>\n<ol>\n<li> Each login to the Service is subject to these Terms of Service.\n</li>\n<li> Honeypot may make changes to these Terms of Service (including amendments) at any given time, for the future, if this should prove necessary (in particular to reflect changes in the Service or changes in the legal framework applicable to it, such as new legislation or case-law) and provided the Talent is not disadvantaged contrary to good faith.\n</li>\n<li> The Talent will be notified of changes to the Terms of Service in appropriate form.\nHoneypot will notify the Talent on the Service, or via email.\nChanges to the Terms of Service will always be highlighted upon first login after the changes or amendments have been made.\n</li>\n<li> The Talent may dispute changes to the Agreement within a time period of six weeks following receipt of the notification of the changes and the possibility of taking notice thereof.\nIt is recommended that the Talent submits its opposition in writing (for example via email).\n</li>\n<li> The changes to the Terms of Service become binding in the event that the Talent (i) does not dispute the changes within the above-mentioned time period or (ii) continues to use the Service after the above mentioned period.\n</li>\n<li> Honeypot will inform the Talent about the possibility of disputing the changes and the legal consequences, especially the legal consequences of a lack of opposition, when notifying the Talent about the changes to the Terms of Service.\n</li>\n<li> If the Talent disputes the changes in time, each party may terminate the Agreement with one month’s prior notice unless termination is possible at any time according to Section 12.\nUntil termination, the Agreement in their former version will govern the Talent’s relationship with Honeypot.\nThe Talent does not have any other claims against Honeypot.\n</li>\n<br>\n</ol>\n</li>\n<li>\n<strong>Governing Law / Jurisdiction</strong>\n<ol>\n<li> This Agreement shall be governed by and construed in accordance with the laws of Germany.\nIf Talent is an EU resident, he shall not be deprived of the protection offered by the binding consumer protection law of his county of residence Talent In the event, the Talent takes legal action, suit must be filed before a German court or before the court of the Talent's domicile.\n</li>\n<br>\n</ol>\n</li>\n<li>\n<strong>General Provisions</strong>\n<ol>\n<li> The Agreement contains the entire agreement between Honeypot and Talent with respect to the subject matter hereof, and supersedes all prior and/or contemporaneous agreements or understandings, written or oral.\nTerms and conditions of the Talent do not become part of the Agreement, unless Honeypot has accepted them in writing.\n</li>\n<li> All or any of Honeypot’s rights and obligations under the Agreement may be assigned to a subsequent owner or operator of the Service in a merger, acquisition or sale of all or substantially all of Honeypot’s assets.\nThe Talent must not assign or transfer the Agreement or any or all of its rights thereunder without the prior written consent of Honeypot.\nThis Agreement will be binding on and will inure to the benefit of the legal representatives, successors and valid assigns of the parties hereto.\n</li>\n<li> Except as set forth in the Section 14 above, the Agreement may not be modified without the prior written consent of both parties.\nAny changes, amendments or the abrogation of the Agreement (partly or entirely) require written form (letter, fax or email).\nthe requirement of written form can only be waived in written form.\n</li>\n<li> Each party to this Agreement is an independent contractor in relation to the other party with respect to all matters arising under this Agreement.\nNothing herein shall be deemed to establish a partnership, joint venture, association or employment relationship between the parties.\n</li>\n<li> Honeypot’s failure to act with respect to a breach by the Talent does not waive Honeypot's right to act with respect to that breach or subsequent or similar breaches.\nNo consent or waiver by Honeypot under these Terms of Service shall be deemed effective unless delivered in writing and signed by a duly appointed representative of Honeypot.\n</li>\n<li> Section headings used in these Terms of Service are for convenience only and shall not affect the interpretation of the Agreement.\n</li>\n<li> The English version of these Terms of Service is decisive.\n</li>\n<li> By submitting an application to join the Service, Talent affirms and acknowledges that Talent has read these Terms of Service in their entirety and agrees to be bound by all of its terms and conditions.\nIf Talent does not wish to be bound by these Terms of Service, Talent should not submit an application to join the Service.\n</li>\n<br>\n</ol>\n</li>\n</ol> For Companies <p> Honeypot GmbH, Schönhauser Allee 45, 10435 Berlin, Germany, Commercial Register: Amtsgericht Charlottenburg, HRB 167934 B, Managing Directors: Kaya Taner, Emma Tracey, VAT-ID: DE300856850 (hereinafter referred to as <strong>“Honeypot”</strong> or <strong>“us”</strong> ) operates an online job marketplace platform via <strong>www.honeypot.io</strong> and other channels (the <strong>“Service”</strong> ).\n</p>\n<p> The Service connects companies ( <strong>“Company”</strong> or <strong>“Companies”</strong> ), and candidates ( <strong>“Talent”</strong> or <strong>“Talents”</strong> ) with each other trying to match the right person with the right job.\n</p>\n<p> Talents are natural persons seeking new employment or freelance contracts through the Service.\n</p>\n<p> Companies are natural persons or business entities searching for new employees or contractors through the Service.\n</p>\n<p> Agreement shall mean the Recruiting Partnership Agreement and these Terms of Service.\n</p>\n<ol>\n<li>\n<strong>Scope</strong>\n<ol>\n<li> Within the framework of the Companies' own technical and operational possibilities Honeypot allows the Companies to participate in the Service.\nHoneypot provides all services in connection with the Service for Companies solely based on these Terms of Service (hereinafter referred to as <strong>\"Company Terms of Service\"</strong> or “Terms of Service”).\n</li>\n<li> Honeypot objects to the validity of any general terms and conditions of Companies.\nGeneral terms and conditions of Companies become an integral part of the agreement between the Company and Honeypot, only if Honeypot explicitly consents to them in writing.\n</li>\n<li> Honeypot can utilize the services of independent third parties for the Service ( <strong>\"Third Party Service\"</strong> ) such as app stores and social networks.\nNo third party services are provided by third parties upon the instruction of Honeypot.\nThird party services are not provided by Honeypot.\nHoneypot or the third party will identify these services in a suitable manner.\nAny issues in connection with third party services are not affected by these Terms of Service.\nHoneypot shall not be responsible for third party services.\nThird party services are potentially subject to their providers' general terms and conditions.\n</li>\n<li> Applications for mobile devices ( <strong>\"Apps”</strong> or <strong>“Apps\"</strong> ) are generally not directly provided by Honeypot but by a third party provider ( <strong>\"App Store\"</strong> ).\nA separate Company account may be necessary for this purpose.\nHoneypot does not warrant that the Service is identical in functionality and design on all mobile devices.\nCertain functions and contents may not be available.\nCompanies should see the functionality description of the App.\n</li>\n<br>\n</ol>\n</li>\n<li>\n<strong>Limits of Use / Prohibited Conduct</strong>\n<ol>\n<li> Honeypot provides the Service solely for use in accordance with these Terms of Service.\nThe automatic enrolment is not permitted.\nAutomated login is prohibited.\nOnly the official clients and apps or websites provided by Honeypot may be used to connect to the Service.\nThe Company may not create, support, host, link or provide any other options, which can be used by other persons to utilize the Service.\n</li>\n<li> The Company is prohibited from transferring his/her Account to third parties without the prior written consent of Honeypot.\n</li>\n<li> The Company is not entitled to use any means, mechanisms or software in connection with the Service, which can disturb functions of the Service.\nThe Company may not undertake any action, which can result in an unreasonable or excess load of the technical capacities of Honeypot.\nIn particular, the Company is not permitted to block, overwrite or modify the contents generated by Honeypot unless Honeypot has permitted it specifically in writing.\n</li>\n<li> The Company will refrain from anything that could endanger the performance and availability of the Service.\n</li>\n<li> By using the Service, the Company will not violate any applicable legal provisions such as the criminal code or third party rights and the Company assures not to contribute or transmit any illegal or immoral contents to the Service.\nThis includes specifically any contents (including member names, etc.), <ul>\n<li> which are, false, inaccurate or misleading.\n</li>\n<li> which are, insulting, racist, sexist, pornographic or obscene.\n</li>\n<li> which can damage the reputation of Honeypot.\n</li>\n<li> suitable to violate copyrights, patents, brands or any other intellectual property rights, the rights on a person's own image and other personal rights or third party rights.\n</li>\n</ul>\n</li>\n<li> The Company is not permitted to disseminate commercial advertising for third party products or programs, to send unsolicited mass mails and unsolicited advertising in the Service.\nThe Company will honor the privacy of third parties.\nIn addition, the Company is not permitted to disseminate in the Service unauthorized any third party work that is protected by copyrights or other rights.\nMoreover, the Company is not allowed to refer to offers with such content.\n</li>\n<li> Honeypot is entitled to stop such violations against this Section 2.\nIn addition, Honeypot is entitled to delete the breaching contents of the Company.\nThe same applies to definite indications of a violation against these Terms of Service to contents, which are otherwise illegal.\nThere is no entitlement to the recovery of breaching deleted content.\nSuch claim is also voided if the restoration is not possible for technical reasons.\n</li>\n<li> The provisions of this Section 2 do not limit the termination right of Honeypot — particularly the right to terminate effective immediately — in accordance with Section 11.\nIn addition, they do not limit the right of Honeypot to exercise the virtual domiciliary right.\n</li>\n<br>\n</ol>\n</li>\n<li>\n<strong>Functioning of the Service / Honeypot’s responsibilities</strong>\n<ol>\n<li> Honeypot provides the Service to connect Talent and Companies.\nThe Service works as follows: Talent sign-up to the Service and make a profile available.\nCompanies provide a profile after concluding the Recruiting Partnership Agreement.\nThis profile is only visible to Talents that the Companies are interested in as defined below.\nCompanies can browse the Talent profiles in a list and detailed view and decide to apply to the respective Talent by sending an interview request through the detailed view.\nThese interview requests come with a first, non-binding offer proposal of what compensation package the company has in mind.\nTalent can review the interview requests and are now able to browse the profiles of Companies that have sent the requests.\nThe Talent can accept or reject the interview request.\nIf rejected, the Company may (upon choice of the Talent) recontact the Talent with a revised proposal.\nIf accepted, Honeypot connects Talent and Company.\n</li>\n<li> Once a Talent has been viewed by a Company in the detailed view it is considered to be introduced by Honeypot ( <strong>“Introduction”</strong> ).\nIf Talent and Company had been introduced in the past twelve months before the Introduction directly or by a third party and Company does not inform Honeypot about this within five business days in writing and substantive materials showing the introduction, the Talent is considered to have been introduced by Honeypot.\nEmail or the Service are sufficient media in this matter.\nA Talent is considered to be already introduced directly or by a third party when there is a written communication concerning the Talent, with a clear identification of the Talent and the Company and with a clear identification of the opportunity to hire the Talent.\n</li>\n<li> Honeypot may from time to time, but is under no obligation to, suggest a specific Talent to a Company or vice versa.\nThe Talent is then also seen as introduced.\nThis can be done via email, messaging service or phone.\n</li>\n<li> Honeypot undertakes reasonable efforts to match Talent and Companies, however, Honeypot does under no circumstances represent, assume a warranty or guarantee or undertake in any other way that Talent or Company will find a match through Honeypot and/or the Service.\n</li>\n<br>\n</ol>\n</li>\n<li>\n<strong>Obligations of Company</strong>\n<ol>\n<li> Company shall submit the information about the Company as requested in the compulsory and voluntary fields of the sign-up form or as requested via email by Honeypot.\n</li>\n<li> Honeypot may add compulsory or voluntary fields from time to time.\nHoneypot may also request additional information from Company on a case by case basis.\nThe Company shall not transmit any personal data (i.e.\ndata allowing identification of an individual) to Honeypot, unless data protection laws allow for such transmission or Company has obtained consent from the concerned parties.\n</li>\n<li> Unless otherwise provided in these Terms of Service, Honeypot will usually communicate with the Company via email.\nThe Company shall make sure that it receives all emails sent by Honeypot to the address submitted in the course of the application, or at a later date.\nThe Company will in particular configure the spam filter accordingly and regularly check all incoming email under this address.\nHoneypot may choose any other appropriate means of communication.\n</li>\n<li> The Company shall keep all access data (login, passwords etc.) for the Service ( <strong>“Access Data”</strong> ) strictly confidential.\nThe Company shall promptly inform Honeypot in case it learns or suspects that an unauthorized third person is in possession of the Access Data.\n</li>\n<li> In case Honeypot has reason to believe that an unauthorized third party is in possession of Access Data, Honeypot may, without assuming any responsibility to do so, and always acting in its sole discretion, change the Access Data without prior notice or block the respective account.\nHoneypot will promptly inform the Company and will, upon request, communicate the new Access Data to the Company without undue delay.\nThe Company cannot claim to have its initial Access Data restored.\n</li>\n<li> In case a third party uses Access Data, with the Company at fault, the Company’s Access Data, the Company is liable for all such actions, and for damages.\nIn such event, all access through the Company’s Access Data shall be considered as an access by the Company.\n</li>\n<li> During the term of the Agreement, the Company will not induce, or assist in the inducement of, any employee of Honeypot or any of its affiliates to leave their employment with Honeypot or any of its affiliates.\nThis shall apply to the extent permissible under Sec.\n75 of the German Commercial Code.\n</li>\n<li> Honeypot is not responsible for providing or assisting with the obtaining of any work or other permits and/or medicals and other country specific regulations and requirements that may be necessary to employ the Talent unless otherwise agreed in writing.\n</li>\n<li> Honeypot is relying on the information provided by the Talent.\nCompany has the obligation to satisfy itself, that the Talent is suitable for the indented job and fits Company's requirements.\n</li>\n<br>\n</ol>\n</li>\n<li>\n<strong>Placement / Payment</strong>\n<ol>\n<li> Company undertakes to inform Honeypot in writing (through the service or via email is sufficient) as soon as possible, but no later than the number of days specified in the Recruiting Partnership Agreement if an introduced Talent is hired or otherwise contracted by Company ( <strong>“Placement”</strong> ).\nThe notification shall include a copy of the original employment contract which must include the start date, the date the contract was signed and information about the Salary as defined in Section 5.3 below.\nHoneypot may contact Company to request status updates about ongoing negotiations.\n</li>\n<li> Placement shall mean any form of employment, temporary employment, contracting or other use of Talent by Company or an undertaking affiliated with Company in the sense of Sec.\n15ff.\nof the German Stock Company Act.\n</li>\n<li> If Talent is placed pursuant to Section 5.2 during the period of an Introduction, Honeypot will receive a commission as specified in the Recruiting Partnership Agreement, of the Talents salary ( <strong>“Salary”</strong> ).\nSalary shall include the gross base salary or fees, bonus (guaranteed and/or anticipated), commissions, allowances, inducement payments, shift allowances, location weighting and call-out allowances, and all other compensation the Talent receives or is anticipated to receive during the first year of his placement.\nExcluded is compensation paid by Company to Talent to compensate expenditures (e.g.\ntravel, relocation, visa application) as well as any equity, share options or similar compensation options.\nTo clarify: bonuses based on company performance are not excluded.\nCompany undertakes to inform Honeypot about the Salary upon notifying Honeypot about the placement.\n</li>\n<li> If the Placement is for less than twelve months, Honeypot’s commission will be calculated on a pro-rata basis.\nSubsequent hires, prolongations, extensions or similar will be added to the pro-rata calculation until the level as defined in Section 5.3 is reached.\nThis is done for a period of up to twenty-four months from the initial placement.\nCompany must notify Honeypot pursuant to Section 5.1.\n</li>\n<li> Payment terms are governed by the Recruiting Partnership Agreement.\n</li>\n<li> Company is entitled to refunds if the Placement is terminated.\nA placement is defined as terminated if the termination notice is signed and in effect within the time specified in the Recruiting Partnership Agreement.\nThe refund is subject to the conditions set forth in the Recruiting Partnership Agreement and paid out within 14 days upon issuing of the credit note.\n</li>\n<li> Company has to inform Honeypot in writing within five business days about any rehiring or similar of the Talent for a period of twelve months after termination.\nIn this case, Honeypot is entitled to reclaim the refund and will issue an invoice.\nThe Payment terms of Section 5.5 apply.\n</li>\n<li> Company has to transmit the signed agreement to Honeypot as proof of the conclusion of the agreement and for the invoicing processes.\n</li>\n<br>\n</ol>\n</li>\n<li>\n<strong>Non Circumvention</strong>\n<ol>\n<li> Company explicitly agrees to withhold completely from entering a relation with or from approaching Talent either directly or through third parties, especially recruiters with regard to the Placement of introduced Talent.\nThe period introduction as defined in the Recruiting Partnership Agreement shall apply.\n</li>\n<li> Any direct or indirect business relations between Company and Talent or recruiters with regard to the above named services and respective Talent have to either involve Honeypot as intermediary or require Honeypot’s prior written consent.\n</li>\n<li> Company is personally responsible to follow this commitment and must not use any means to circumvent its obligation.\n</li>\n<li> Breach of this clause will result in a contractual penalty to be determined by Honeypot’s exercise of its reasonable discretion, subject to review by an independent court in Honeypot’s residential country and should not be less than five times the financial loss caused through this unauthorized action with a minimum fee of 25,000 EUR.\n</li>\n<li> An obligation to reimburse damages will thereby not be excluded.\n</li>\n<li> In case Company can prove having entered into a business relationship with recruiters or Talent in regards to the respective Talent before the Introduction of the Talent through the Service, this Section 6 shall not be enforced.\n</li>\n<br>\n</ol>\n</li>\n<li>\n<strong>Quality of the Service / Technical Deficiencies</strong>\n<ol>\n<li> It is in the nature of the Service that it is continuously advanced and updated.\nBy changing and advancing the Service, Honeypot intends to provide Companies a useful Service and pleasant Company experience.\nTherefore, Honeypot grants the Company access to the Service in its available form or version.\nChanges and advancements can affect system requirements and compatibility requirements.\nThe Company has no claim for maintaining or reconstruction of a specific condition of scope of services.\nAny of the Company's claims for deficiency, which refer to the technical usability of the Service itself, shall remain unaffected thereby.\nDue to the continuous advancement of the Service, Honeypot reserves itself the right to offer new features and/or to remove them from the Service or to change them.\nThe Company consents these continuous changes of the Service.\n</li>\n<li> Excluded from warranty are generally such errors, which occur through external influences such as operating errors by the Company, force majeure or any modifications, not carried out by Honeypot or any other manipulations.\n</li>\n<li> Honeypot does not assume any guarantees in a legal meaning as long as not expressively provided for in these Terms of Service.\n</li>\n<br>\n</ol>\n</li>\n<li>\n<strong>Limitation of Liability / Availability</strong>\n<ol>\n<li> Honeypot shall be liable under the terms of this Agreement only in accordance with the provisions set out in Sections 8.1.1 to 8.1.5.\nExcept in case of intent or gross negligence, any liability of Honeypot shall be disclaimed.\nThe same applies in case of slight negligence by agents or assistants in performance.\nHowever, the foregoing does not apply in the following cases: <ol>\n<li> Honeypot shall be unrestrictedly liable for losses caused intentionally or with gross negligence by Honeypot, its legal representatives or senior executives and for losses caused intentionally by other assistants in performance.\nin respect of gross negligence of other assistants in performance Honeypot’s liability shall be as set forth in the provisions for simple negligence in Section 8.1.5 b) below.\n</li>\n<li> Honeypot shall be unrestrictedly liable for death, personal injury or damage to health caused by the intent or negligence of Honeypot, its legal representatives or assistants in performance.\n</li>\n<li> If Honeypot provides a warranty it shall be liable for losses arising from the lack of any warranted characteristics up to the amount which is covered by the purpose of the warranty and which was foreseeable for Honeypot at the time the warranty was given.\n</li>\n<li> Honeypot shall be unrestrictedly liable in accordance with the German Product Liability Act in the event of product liability.\n</li>\n<li> Honeypot shall be liable for losses caused by the negligent (including simple negligence) or intentional breach of its primary obligations by Honeypot, its legal representatives or assistants in performance.\n<ol>\n<li> Primary obligations are such basic duties, which form the essence of the Agreement, which were decisive for the conclusion of the Agreement and on the performance of which Company may rely.\n</li>\n<li> If Honeypot breaches its primary obligations through simple negligence, then its ensuing liability shall be limited to the amount which was foreseeable by Honeypot at the time the respective service was performed.\n</li>\n<li> Damages shall be restricted to ten (10) times the fees provided under these Terms of Service in the past twelve (12) months.\n</li>\n</ol>\n</li>\n</ol>\n</li>\n<li> Subject to Clause 8.1 only and other than in case of intent Honeypot does not accept any liability under or in relation to the Agreement or its subject matter whether such liability arises due to negligence, breach of contract, misrepresentation or for any other reason for any indirect damage and consequential damage, in particular, not for loss of profit, interruption in business and/or interruption of operations of Company or its customers, unless explicitly specified otherwise in these Terms of Service.\n</li>\n<li> Honeypot undertakes to assure an availability of the Service of 99% (ninety nine percent) as a yearly average.\nPeriods during which the Service is not available because of technical or other problems outside Honeypot’s control (such as force majeure or third party fault) and periods during which routine maintenance works are carried out, are excluded from this.\nHoneypot may restrict access to the Service if required for network security, maintenance of network integrity and the prevention of severe malfunction of the network, the software or stored data.\nThe Company’s rights in case of intent or gross negligence remain unaffected.\n</li>\n<br>\n</ol>\n</li>\n<li>\n<strong>Intellectual Property / Indemnification</strong>\n<ol>\n<li> Honeypot or its respective licensor is the exclusive owner or exclusive owner of the rights of all contents of the Service.\nThe content is protected by national and international law and particularly by copyright.\nThe unauthorized dissemination, copying, deletion or any other violation of intellectual property rights and copyrights of Honeypot are prosecuted under both civil and criminal law.\n</li>\n<li> Honeypot grants Company a nonexclusive, nontransferable, revocable right to use the Service solely in accordance with these Terms of Service.\nHoneypot does not grant to the Company any license, express or implied, to the intellectual or industrial property of Honeypot or its licensors, except for a limited right of use according to these Terms of Service and for the duration of the Agreement.\n</li>\n<li> All rights not expressly granted in these Terms of Service are reserved by Honeypot.\nHoneypot will retain all rights, titles, and interests in and to the Service (except for any licensed content and third-party content included therein), including all data (such as any usage data and compilations thereof), information and software related thereto.\nThe Company acknowledges that the software, information, content and data related to the Service (such as any usage data or compilations thereof) are protected for Honeypot under copyright and similar rights and may contain trade secrets or other intellectual or industrial property owned or licensed by Honeypot.\n</li>\n<li> Company warrants, that it has the right (i) to submit the information to the Service and (ii) to grant Honeypot the right to use the information as described above.\n</li>\n<li> Company hereby agrees to indemnify, defend and hold harmless Honeypot and its subsidiaries, directors, officers, employees, owners and agents against any and all claims, actions, demands, liabilities, losses, damages, judgments, settlements, costs, and expenses (including reasonable attorneys' fees and costs) based on (i) any failure or breach of the Agreement and the Terms of Service, including any representation, warranty, covenant, restriction or obligation made by Company herein, (ii) any misuse by Company, or by a party under the reasonable control of Company.\n</li>\n<br>\n</ol>\n</li>\n<li>\n<strong>Confidentiality</strong>\n<ol>\n<li> Except as otherwise provided in these Terms of Service or with the consent of Honeypot, the Company agrees that all information, including, without limitation, the terms of the Agreement, business information, customer lists, and pricing and sales information, curriculum vitae and work examples concerning Honeypot or any of Honeypot’s other Companies provided by or on behalf of any of them shall remain strictly confidential and secret and shall not be utilized, directly or indirectly, by Company for any purpose other than Company’s participation in the Service ( <strong>“Confidential Information”</strong> ).\n</li>\n<li> Company shall especially not use any information obtained from the Service to develop, enhance or operate a service that competes with the Service, or assist another party to do the same.\n</li>\n<li> After and during the term of the Agreement, neither party will use for any purpose or disclose to any third party, any Confidential Information of the other party.\nAny exception to this must be obtained in advance.\n</li>\n<li> The foregoing restriction does not apply to information that has been developed independently by the receiving party without access to the other party’s Confidential Information or has been rightfully received from a third party authorized to make such disclosure or has been approved for release in writing by the disclosing party or has become publicly known through no breach of this Section by the receiving party or is required to be disclosed by a competent legal or governmental authority, provided that the receiving party gives the disclosing party prompt written notice of such requirement prior to disclosure and assists in obtaining an order to protect the information from public disclosure.\n</li>\n<li> Honeypot may use aggregated and anonymized data for statistical and marketing purposes.\nHoneypot will aggregate and anonymize data from multiple Companies before releasing such aggregated data.\n</li>\n<br>\n</ol>\n</li>\n<li>\n<strong>Term / Termination</strong>\n<ol>\n<li> The Agreement shall commence on the date of Honeypot’s approval of Company's application and shall continue thereafter until terminated as provided herein.\n</li>\n<li> Each party has the right to terminate the agreement by giving an advance notice of 7 days unless otherwise agreed in writing.\n</li>\n<li> Sections 5, 6 and 10 shall survive any termination of the Agreement.\nSection 10 for five years.\n</li>\n<li> The parties remain free to terminate the Agreement for cause at any time.\n</li>\n<li> Either Party has the right to terminate the Agreement immediately by written notice if: <ol>\n<li> The other Party ceases or threatens in writing to not carry on its business.\n</li>\n<li> The other Party is the subject of a bankruptcy order or becomes insolvent or makes any arrangement or composition with or assignment for the benefit of its creditors or if any of the other Party’s assets are the subject of any form of seizure, or the other Party goes into liquidation either voluntary (otherwise than for reconstruction or amalgamation) or compulsory that is not dismissed within ninety (90) days, or a receiver or administrator is appointed over the other’s assets.\n</li>\n</ol>\n</li>\n<li> Every termination must be in written form, whereby the written form is maintained by email.\nUpon request, the reasons for extraordinary termination must be disclosed immediately in writing if the termination notice did not specify them already.\nAny standard termination notice does not require specification of the termination reasons.\n</li>\n<br>\n</ol>\n</li>\n<li>\n<strong>Data Protection</strong>\n<ol>\n<li> Honeypot processes and utilizes the Company's data collected during the performance of the Agreement and within the framework of the these Terms of Service, specifically to the extent necessary to fulfil the agreement properly, in accordance with all applicable European and German data protection provisions.\nThe privacy policy of Honeypot shall apply (retrievable under Privacy Policy ) </li>\n<li>\n<strong> The Company understands and agrees, that Honeypot may contact Company via phone, email or messaging service and suggest Talents which fit the Company’s profile.\n</strong>\n</li>\n<li>\n<strong> The Company is obliged to process personal data submitted in accordance with all applicable European and German data protection regulations and to delete personal data as soon as the data is no longer necessary for the respective purpose or legal deletion periods have expired.\nThe Company is also not allowed to transfer personal data of Talent to third parties other than those covered by Data Processing Agreements.\n</strong>\n</li>\n<br>\n</ol>\n</li>\n<li>\n<strong>Changes to the Terms of Service</strong>\n<ol>\n<li> Each login to the Service is subject to these Terms of Service.\n</li>\n<li> Honeypot may make changes to these Terms of Service (including amendments) at any given time, for the future, if this should prove necessary (in particular to reflect changes in the Service or changes in the legal framework applicable to it, such as new legislation or case-law) and provided the Company is not disadvantaged contrary to good faith.\n</li>\n<li> The Company will be notified of changes to the Terms of Service in appropriate form.\nHoneypot will notify the Company on the Service, or via email.\nChanges to the Terms of Service will always be highlighted upon first login after the changes or amendments have been made.\n</li>\n<li> The Company may dispute changes to the Agreement within a time period of two weeks following receipt of the notification of the changes and the possibility of taking notice thereof.\nIt is recommended that the Company submits its opposition in writing (for example via email).\n</li>\n<li> The changes to the Terms of Service become binding in the event that the Company (i) does not dispute the changes within the above-mentioned time period or (ii) continues to use the Service after the above-mentioned period.\n</li>\n<li> Honeypot will inform the Company about the possibility of disputing the changes and the legal consequences, especially the legal consequences of a lack of opposition, when notifying the Company about the changes to the Terms of Service.\n</li>\n<li> If the Company disputes the changes in time, each party may terminate the Agreement with one month’s prior notice unless termination is possible at any time according to Section 11.\nUntil termination, the Agreement in their former version will govern the Company’s relationship with Honeypot.\nThe Company does not have any other claims against Honeypot.\n</li>\n<li> Changes to the terms of the Recruiting Partnership Agreement have to be made in writing and agreed to by both parties.\n</li>\n<br>\n</ol>\n</li>\n<li>\n<strong>Governing Law / Jurisdiction</strong>\n<ol>\n<li> This Agreement shall be governed by and construed in accordance with the laws of Germany.\nThe Company irrevocably submits to the exclusive jurisdiction of the German courts in Berlin over any claim, dispute or matter arising under or in connection with this Agreement or its enforceability.\n</li>\n<br>\n</ol>\n</li>\n<li>\n<strong>General Provisions</strong>\n<ol>\n<li> The Agreement contains the entire agreement between Honeypot and Company with respect to the subject matter hereof, and supersedes all prior and/or contemporaneous agreements or understandings, written or oral.\nTerms and conditions of the Company do not become part of the Agreement, unless Honeypot has accepted them in writing.\n</li>\n<li> All or any of Honeypot’s rights and obligations under the Agreement may be assigned to a subsequent owner or operator of the Service in a merger, acquisition or sale of all or substantially all of Honeypot’s assets.\nThe Company must not assign or transfer the Agreement or any or all of its rights thereunder without the prior written consent of Honeypot.\nThis Agreement will be binding on and will inure to the benefit of the legal representatives, successors and valid assigns of the parties hereto.\n</li>\n<li> Except as set forth in the Section 13 above, the Agreement may not be modified without the prior written consent of both parties.\nAny changes, amendments or the abrogation of the Agreement (partly or entirely) require written form (letter, fax or email).\nthe requirement of written form can only be waived in written form.\n</li>\n<li> The English version of these Terms of Service is decisive.\n</li>\n<li> By submitting the completed Recruiting Partnership Agreement (signed in writing or electronically), Company affirms and acknowledges that Company has read these Terms of Service in their entirety and agrees to be bound by all of its terms and conditions.\nIf Company does not wish to be bound by these Terms of Service, Company should not submit an application to join the Service.\n</li>\n<br>\n</ol>\n</li>\n</ol>\n<p> This Agreement was last revised on 24th May 2018.\n<br> A Service by: <br>\n<i>Honeypot GmbH</i>\n<br>\n<i>Schönhauser Allee 45, 10435, Berlin</i>\n<br>\n<i>hello@honeypot.io</i>\n</p>\n<p>\n</p> " created_at: - - &1 2018-09-19 12:48:50.888829885 Z updated_at: - - *1 service_id: - - 711
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--- id: - - 543 name: - - Privacy Policy url: - - https://www.honeypot.io/pages/privacy xpath: - - //*[@class="c-info"] text: - - " Privacy Policy of Honeypot <p> The protection of your privacy is of particular importance to us.\n</p>\n<p> Honeypot GmbH, Schönhauser Allee 45, 10435 Berlin, Germany, e-mail: hello@honeypot.io (see imprint),hereinafter \"Honeypot\", as operator of the website \"www.honeypot.io\" is the controller for the use of the personal data of users of the website pursuant to Art.\n4 (7) of the EU General Data Protection Regulation (“GDPR”) .\nYou can contact our data protection officer via privacy@honeypot.io or our postal address with reference to \"Data protection officer\".\n</p>\n<p> Furthermore, it is important to us that you know, at any point, when we store your personal data and how we use it.\n</p>\n<p> We will collect, process and use your personal data in compliance with applicable European and German data protection law.\n</p>\n<p>\n<strong>What is this Privacy Policy about?</strong>\n<br>The details provided in this Privacy Policy shall provide you with information about when and how we collect personal data relating to you during your use of the websites and service operated by Honeypot under the domain ”honeypot.io” (“Service”) and how we use such data.\nWe inform you about the kind of personal data, the scope of personal data, and the purposes that such collection and use of personal data is performed for.\nWe, therefore, ask you to read the following explanations carefully.<br>\n</p>\n<p> This Privacy Policy is only valid for this website.\nThe website might contain cross-references (\"links\") to other websites of third-party providers.\nOur Privacy Policy does not apply to websites of third parties.\nFor this reason, users should carefully read privacy policies of third party websites collecting your personal data.\n</p>\n<p> By agreeing to our Privacy Policy you agree to the collection, processing and use of your personal data in compliance with the laws applicable to the protection of personal data and the following provisions.\n</p>\n<p>\n<strong>What is personal data?</strong>\n<br>Personal data is any information relating to an identified or identifiable natural person.\nA person is identifiable, if the person can be identified, directly or indirectly, in particular by reference to an identification number or to one or more factors specific to his physical, physiological, mental, economic, cultural or social identity.\nThis may include data such as e.g.\nname, email address, telephone number and mailing address.\nWe process your data in the context of our service only when you have given us your consent to do so, the data is necessary for the performance of the contract or where it is permissible by law.<br>\n</p>\n<p> You may withdraw your consent to the processing of personal data at any time.\nA revocation has direct influence on the admissibility of the processing of your personal data as soon as directed to us.\n</p>\n<p> If the processing of your personal data is based on legitimate interests, you have the right to object to processing the personal data.\nIf you exercise your right of objection, we kindly ask you to explain the reasons why we should not process your personal data.\nIf your objection is justified, we will review the facts and adjust or modify the processing of data or inform you about imperative legitimate grounds for the processing.\n</p>\n<p> We will delete your personal data as soon as the data is no longer necessary for the respective purpose.\nIt may occur that personal data is kept for the time during which possible claims may be asserted against us (for example statutory limitation period of three or in some cases, thirty years).\nFurthermore, we are required by law to store certain data due to the duties of proof and retention, inter alia from the German Commercial Code, the German Tax Code or the Money Laundering Act.\nThe storage periods can be up to ten years.\n</p>\n<p>\n<strong>What kind of personal data does Honeypot collect?</strong>\n<br>With every access of our Service data related to this event is being saved to a protocol file or database on the server of our hosting service provider.\nThis also applies to data you enter in order to use the Service or contact us.<br>\n<br>We collect the following information:<br>\n</p>\n<ul>\n<li>File name of the content retrieved (respectively, information submitted by you in the course of using our service);</li>\n<li>Date and time of the request;</li>\n<li>Amount of data transferred, access status (content transmitted, content not found, etc.);</li>\n<li>Operating system, browser and device type;</li>\n<li>Screen resolution, language and time zone settings;</li>\n<li>Referrer-URL, i.e.\ninternet address of the website visited previous to accessing our offering;</li>\n<li>IP address and name of your internet service provider.</li>\n</ul> The IP address is stored for the period of use only and will be deleted or anonymized afterwards immediately.\n<br>\n<br> We collect the aforementioned data as this is technically necessary for us to be able to display our website and to ensure the stability and security of the website.\nThe legal basis of this processing is Art.\n6 (1) sentence 1 lit.\nf) GDPR.\n<p>\n</p>\n<p>\n<strong>How does Honeypot use my personal data?</strong>\n<br>Honeypot uses the data for the following purposes:<br>\n</p>\n<ul>\n<li>Providing the services you requested, e.g.\nmatching you with other members of our service.</li>\n<li>Making certain that you have the best possible user experience, e.g.\nedit your profile and manage your privacy settings.</li>\n<li>Honoring our contractual obligations to you, e.g.\ninform you about possible connections (Interview Invites) via the platform, email or phone.</li>\n<li>Enabling you to participate in our interactive service as far as you like.</li>\n<li>To inform you about changes to our service.</li>\n</ul>\n<p>\n</p>\n<p> On our website you can set up an account to use our services in form of an online job marketplace platform.\nIn case you sign up as a candidate (“Talent”), you are required to enter your personal data such as name and e-mail,.\nIn addition, you need to add languages and other skills, employment and education history as well as location to create an account.\nYou can also sign up with your LinkedIn or Github account (for further information please see provisions about social media plug-ins below).\nIn this case, further information may be required, such as name, photo, current position, etc.\nHoneypot can contact the Talent to determine further information required and update the profile accordingly.\nSigning up as an employer requires to enter the company name, hiring location, number of employees, contact person and contact e-mail.\nThe information required for the implementation of the contract relationship will be processed for this purpose only.\nIn most cases, companies access the profiles of Talents by themselves on the platform after searching for certain skills and contact the Talent directly.\nFurthermore, however, Honeypot can contact the Talent or the employer via phone, email or messaging service and suggest companies which fit the Talent´s profile or suggest Talents which fit the company´s profile.\nThe legal basis of this processing is Art.\n6 (1) sentence 1 lit.\nb) GDPR.\nA storage of data can be revoked at any time.\n</p>\n<p> The specified data and your entire user account can always be deleted in the customer area.\nYou agree to treat personal access data confidentially and not to make such data available to unauthorized third parties.\nWe do not assume liability for misused passwords unless we are responsible for the abuse.\nYou should notify us immediately if you are concerned about a third party having knowledge of your password, if the password is used unauthorized or this seems to be likely.\nYou are responsible for ensuring that your information is accurate and complete and that you notify us of any changes to the information provided.\nYou can review and update the information provided and your account settings section of our website.\nAfter completing communication with Honeypot you should log out and close the browser window, especially if you share the computer with other people.\n</p>\n<p> Due to commercial and tax regulations, we may be obliged to store part of the personal data transferred (e.g.\npayment data) for a period of 10 years.\nAfter a period of [e.g.\n2 years] we restrict the use of specific data and, as a consequence, the data may be used to comply with legal obligations only.\n</p>\n<p>\n<strong>Does Honeypot transfer data to third parties?</strong>\n<br>We transmit your personal data to third parties only if you have consented to the transfer, if the transfer is necessary for the performance of the contract, or we are enforced to do so by law.\n</p>\n<p> Companies we cooperate with to mediate the Talent and try to match the right person with the right job have access to profiles of the Talents and therefore personal data of Talents are transmitted to the companies as a result.\nThe companies are only allowed to process these personal data within the framework of the application process (especially save the data in their applicant tracking system) and to contact the Talent in case there are interested.\nThe legal basis of this processing is Art.\n6 (1) sentence 1 lit.\nb) and f) GDPR.\n</p>\n<p> We sometimes use external service providers to process your personal data and to provide our services.\nThey are carefully chosen and instructed by us.\nThey are bound by our instructions and are regularly inspected.\nThe data provided to our service providers may be used by them to fulfill their tasks only.\n</p>\n<p> In particular, Honeypot transfers personal data to service providers to be able to create and publish Talent profiles on the platform, to proof the Talent´s qualification, to invite Talents to online interviews with companies or with Honeypot, to ensure communication between Talents and companies and between Talents and Honeypot and to help Talents and companies with the Visa process.\n</p>\n<p> In order to improve the services of Honeypot and to assess on whether a contract between Talent and Company will take place soon, Honeypot is able to access the communication between Talent and Company on the platform.\n</p>\n<p> If we transfer personal data outside the European Economic Area (EEA), we will do so only if the EU Commission has decided that the third country ensures an adequate level of data protection or other appropriate safeguards exist (e.g.\nEU standard contractual clauses or binding corporate rules) or a person has given its consent to do so.\n</p>\n<p>\n<strong>Does Honeypot use Cookies?</strong>\n<br>In addition to the aforementioned usage data, cookies are stored on your computer when you use our website.\nThese are small text files that are stored on your device and through which Honeypot receives certain information.\nHowever, cookies cannot run programs or transmit viruses to your computer.\nWe use cookies to configure a visit to our website more attractive and to enable the use of certain functions.\n</p>\n<p> We use transient and persistent cookies on our website.\nIf you close your browser, transient cookies are automatically deleted.\nThese cookies include, in particular, session cookies.\nThis will allow us to recognize your computer when you return to our website.\nSession cookies are deleted as soon as you close the browser or log out.\n</p>\n<p> In contrast, persistent cookies are automatically deleted after a specified period of time.\nThese cookies can be deleted at any time in the security settings of your browser.\n</p>\n<p> Generally, you can configure your browser settings in accordance with your personal demands and, for example, decline all cookies.\nHowever, non-acceptance of cookies may limit the functionality of our website.\n</p>\n<p>\n<strong>Does Honeypot use analytics tools?</strong>\n<br> Honeypot uses Google Analytics, a web analytics service provided by Google Inc.\n(\"Google\").\nGoogle Analytics uses so-called \"cookies\", text files that are saved on your computer and that allow an analysis of your use of our website.\nThe information generated by the cookie about your use of our website is usually transmitted to and stored on a Google server in the USA.\nHowever, in the event of activation of IP anonymization on our website, your IP address will be truncated previously by Google within member states of the European Union or in other contracting states of the Agreement on the European Economic Area.\nOnly in exceptional cases, the full IP address will be sent to a Google server in the US and truncated there.\nOn behalf of Honeypot, Google will use this information to evaluate your use of our website, to compile reports on website activity, and to provide other services related to website activity and internet usage to Honeypot.\n</p>\n<p> The IP address transmitted by your browser as part of Google Analytics will not be combined with other Google data.\n</p>\n<p> You can prevent the storage of cookies by an appropriate setting of your browser software.\nhowever, please note that in this case, you may not be able to use the full range of all functions of our website.\nYou may also prevent the collection of the data generated by the cookie and relating to your use of our website (including your IP address) as well as the processing of this data by Google by downloading and installing the browser plug-in available under the following link: http://tools.google.com/dlpage/gaoptout?hl=de.\n</p>\n<p> Honeypot uses Google Analytics with the extension \"_anonymizeIp ()\".\nAccordingly, IP addresses are truncated and, thus, a reference to persons can be ruled out.\nIf the data collected about you have a personal reference, this reference is immediately excluded and the personal data is deleted immediately.\n</p>\n<p> We use Google Analytics to analyze and regularly improve the use of our website.\nWith the statistics we can improve our offer and make it more interesting for you as a user.\nFor the exceptional cases in which personal data is transferred to the US, Google is part of the EU-US Privacy Shield, https://www.privacyshield.gov/EU-US-Framework.\nThe legal basis of this processing is Art.\n6 (1) sentence 1 lit.\nf) GDPR.\n</p>\n<p> Information of third-party provider: Google Dublin, Google Ireland Ltd., Gordon House, Barrow Street, Dublin 4, Ireland, Fax: +353 (1) 436 1001.\nUser conditions: http://www.google.com/analytics/terms/de.html, Overview of data protection: http://www.google.com/intl/de/analytics/learn/privacy.html, and privacy policy: http://www.google.de/intl/de/policies/privacy.\n</p>\n<p>\n<strong>Does Honeypot use Google Adwords?</strong>\n<br>Honeypot uses Google Adwords to draw attention to our offers by using advertising materials (so-called Google Adwords) on external websites.\nIn relation to the data of the advertising campaigns, we can determine how successful the individual advertising measures are.\nWe are interested in showing you advertisements that are of interest to you, to make our website more interesting to you and to achieve a fair calculation of advertising costs.<br>\n</p>\n<p> These advertising materials are supplied by Google via so-called \"ad servers\".\nTherefore, we use ad server cookies, which measure certain performance metrics such as ads or user clicks.\nIf you access our website through a Google ad, Google Adwords will store a cookie on your PC.\nThese cookies usually lose their validity after 30 days and are not intended to identify you personally.\nTypically, the unique cookie ID, number of ad impressions per placement (frequency), last impression (relevant to post-view conversions), and opt-out information (mark that the user does not like to be addressed) will be saved.\n</p>\n<p> These cookies allow Google to recognize your internet browser.\nIf a user visits certain pages of an Adwords customer's website and the cookie stored on their computer has not expired, Google and the customer will be able to detect that the user clicked on the ad and was redirected to that page.\nEach Adwords customer is assigned a different cookie.\nCookies cannot be tracked via the websites of Adwords customers.\nHoneypot does not collect and process any personal data in the aforementioned advertising measures.\nWe receive only statistical evaluations by Google.\nOn the basis of these evaluations, we can identify which of the advertising measures used are effective.\nWe do not receive any further data from the use of the advertising material, in particular we cannot identify the users on the basis of this information.\n</p>\n<p> Due to the marketing tools used, your browser automatically establishes a direct connection to the Google server.\nWe have no control over the extent and the further use of the data, which are raised by the appliance of this tool by Google.\nTherefore we inform you according to our knowledge level: By the incorporation of AdWords conversion Google receives the information that you entered the appropriate part of our internet appearance or click on an ad from us.\nIf you are registered with a service provided by Google, Google may associate the visit with your account.\nEven if you are not registered with Google or have not logged in, there is a chance that the provider will find and store your IP address.\n</p>\n<p> You can prevent participation in this tracking process in several ways: a) by adjusting your browser software accordingly, in particular, suppression of third-party cookies will prevent you from receiving any third party advertisements.\nb) by deactivating the cookies for conversion tracking by setting your browser to block cookies from the domain \"www.googleadservices.com\" under https://www.google.de/settings/ads.\nHowever, this setting will be deleted when you delete your cookies.\nc) by deactivating the interest-based ads of providers that are part of the self-regulation \"About Ads\" campaign via the link http: http://www.aboutads.info/ choices, however this setting will be deleted when you delete your cookies.\nd) by permanent deactivation in your browser (Firefox, Internet Explorer or Google Chrome) under the link http://www.google.com/settings/ads/plugin.\nWe point out that in this case you may not be able to use all the features of our offer.\n</p>\n<p> The legal basis for the processing of your data is Art.\n6 (1) sentence 1 lit.\nf) GDPR.\nMore information about privacy at Google can be found here: http://www.google.com/intl/de/policies/privacy and https://services.google.com/sitestats/de.html.\nAlternatively you can visit the website of Network Advertising Initiative (NAI) under http://www.networkadvertising.org.\nGoogle is part of the EU-US Privacy Shield, https://www.privacyshield.gov/EU-US-Framework.\n</p>\n<p>\n<strong>Does Honeypot use Social-Media-Plug-ins?</strong>\n<br>Honeypot currently uses the following social media plug-ins on our website: Facebook, Twitter, LinkedIn, Github.<br>\n</p>\n<p> Honeypot uses the so-called two-click solution.\nThis means that, by visiting our website, no personal data is initially passed on to providers of such plug-ins.\n</p>\n<p> The provider of the plug-in can be identified on our website by the corresponding logo via the respective button.\nWe provide the opportunity to communicate directly with the provider of the plug-in.\nThe plug-in provider only receives the information that you have accessed its website via our online service, if you click on the designated field and activate it.\nFurthermore, the information according to access and cookies of this Privacy Policy will be transmitted.\n</p>\n<p> In Germany, according to the information of the respective provider when using Facebook plug-ins the IP address will be anonymized immediately after collection.\n</p>\n<p> Please note that through activation of the plug-in personal data will be transferred about you to the respective plug-in provider (in case of US providers to the USA).\nData collection is mainly done by plug-in providers via cookies.\nSo we recommend to delete all cookies on the security settings of your browser before clicking on the button.\n</p>\n<p> We have no influence on the collected data and the data processing operations.\nWe are also not aware of the full scope of the data collection, the purpose of the processing and the storage periods.\nIn addition, we have no information on the deletion of the data collected by the plug-in provider.\n</p>\n<p> The respective plug-in provider stores the data collected about you in profiles and uses them for marketing, market research and/or tailored design of its website.\nSuch an evaluation is carried out in particular (also for non-logged-in users) for the presentation of tailor-made advertising and to inform other users of the social network about your activities on our website.\nYou have a right to object against the creation of such usage profiles.\nTo exercise, you need to contact the respective plug-in provider.\nThe plug-ins allow us to interact with social networks and other users so that we can improve our offer and make it more interesting for you.\nThe legal basis for the use of the plug-ins is Art.\n6 (1) sentence 1 lit.\nf) GDPR.\n</p>\n<p> A transfer of data takes place regardless of whether you have an account with the plug-in provider and are logged-in .\nHowever, if you are logged in to the plug-in provider, your data collected from us will be assigned directly to your user account.\nIf you activate the social media button and, for example, link the page, the plug-in provider also stores this information in your user account and shares it publicly with your contacts.\nFor this reason, we recommend to log out regularly after using a social network, but especially before activating the button, as this will prevent you from being assigned to your profile with the plug-in provider.\n</p>\n<p> For more information on the purpose and scope of the data collection and its processing by the plug-in provider, please refer to the privacy statements of the relevant provider, which are provided below.\nYou will also get further information about your rights and settings options to protect your privacy.\n</p>\n<p> Addresses of respective plug-in provider und URL with privacy policies: </p>\n<p> Facebook Inc., 1601 S California Ave, Palo Alto, California 94304, USA.\nhttp://www.facebook.com/policy.php.\nfurther information to the collection of data: http://www.facebook.com/help/186325668085084, http://www.facebook.com/about/privacy/your-info-on-other#applications and http://www.facebook.com/about/privacy/your-info#everyoneinfo.\nFacebook is part of the EU-US-Privacy-Shield, https://www.privacyshield.gov/EU-US-Framework.\n</p>\n<p> Twitter, Inc., 1355 Market St, Suite 900, San Francisco, California 94103, USA.\nhttps://twitter.com/privacy.\nTwitter is part of EU-US-Privacy-Shield, https://www.privacyshield.gov/EU-US-Framework.\n</p>\n<p> LinkedIn Corporation, 2029 Stierlin Court, Mountain View, California 94043, USA.\nhttp://www.linkedin.com/legal/privacy-policy.\nLinkedIn is part of the EU-US-Privacy-Shield, https://www.privacyshield.gov/EU-US-Framework.\n</p>\n<p> Github Inc., 88 Colin P Kelly Jr St, San Francisco, CA 94107, USA.\nhttps://enterprise.github.com/privacy.\nGithub is part of the EU-US-Privacy-Shield, https://www.privacyshield.gov/EU-US-Framework.\n</p>\n<p>\n<strong>Does Honeypot save my data in case of me making a request?</strong>\n<br>In case you direct an inquiry to Honeypot, Honeypot saves the communication history with you as well as information and data submitted in the course of this communication (e.g.\nemail address), in order to optimally answer your request and any further follow-ups.\nHoneypot will delete the relevant data after the storage is no longer required or restrict the processing if statutory retention periods exist.<br>\n</p>\n<p>\n<strong>Is my data secure?</strong>\n<br>Honeypot takes all appropriate technical and organizational security measures to protect your data against manipulation, loss, destruction or unauthorized access by third parties.\nOur systems are secured against unauthorized access..\nHowever, we have to point out that the Internet does not allow for absolute data security despite all technical measures.\nWe are not liable for actions of third parties.<br>\n</p>\n<p>\n<strong>What are my rights in relation to Honeypot?</strong>\n<br>You have the right of access, rectification or erasure, restriction of processing, to object and to data portability with respect to your personal data.<br>\n</p>\n<p> Honeypot is available for corresponding requests or messages at the specified address below.\n</p>\n<p> Please note that the deletion of data is only possible if there are no precluding legal regulations.\nInformation concerning your requests or messages is transmitted in electronic form (by e-mail).\nShould you use this option of providing information via e-mail, the specified e-mail address (both sender and recipient) will not be used for any purpose other than the provision of information and its documentation.\nYou also have the right to lodge a complaint concerning the processing of your personal data by us with a supervisory authority.\n</p>\n<p> If we are legally required to disclose data to local, state, national or international authorities, we will comply with this obligation.\n</p>\n<p> We will also disclose information to third parties when required by applicable laws and regulations.\n</p>\n<p> In addition, we may disclose information to investigate, prevent, or initiate countermeasures against illegal activities or suspected fraud, or to apply or enforce any of our contracts and licensing rights.\n</p>\n<p>\n<strong>Is an amendment of the Privacy Policy possible?</strong>\n<br>Honeypot reserves the right to amend this Privacy Policy at any time, but Honeypot will always observe the applicable statutes concerning data protection.\nAn up-to-date version is available at our website.\nHoneypot recommends that users regularly review our Privacy Policy in order to be informed about our current Privacy Policy.<br>\n</p>\n<p>\n<strong>How do I contact Honeypot in regard to data privacy aspects?</strong>\n<br>We look forward to your contact in case you might have requests, questions, or suggestions relating to data privacy.\nPlease direct written requests to:<br>\n<br>Honeypot GmbH<br> Schönhauser Allee 45 <br>10435 Berlin, Germany<br>\n<br>or<br>\n<br> privacy@honeypot.io </p> " created_at: - - &1 2018-09-19 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