By using the CatchId Service, you signify your assent to these Terms;
CatchId's copyright policy ("Copyright Policy") all of which are an integral part of these Terms.
If you do not agree to these Terms or any of its parts, then you are prohibited and must refrain from using the Service.
Third party advertisements may appear on the Service from time to time. CatchId does not endorse these advertisements, and the advertisements are not intended to be, nor should they be part of the CatchId service offering.
The Internet connection required to use the Service, and any associated charges (e.g. mobile data expenses) incurred by your use of the Service are your exclusive responsibility and made solely at your expense.
WHAT IS THE SERVICE
CatchId.com is an innovative platform where finding People on social network accounts (Facebook, LinkedIn, twitter, Instagram), emails and mobile phone numbers become extremely easy.
To use this product, users should be registered. After the registration, users have 3 “Open Credits” and 10 “Check Credits” for free. “Check Credits” need to be checked, where the user is allowed to receive any information about a specific kind of person. In this way, “Open Credits” need to show all the information about single persons. To get more credits, user should buy additional points.
There is a table of prices. It’s accepted PayPal, all Credit Cards and Yandex Money.)
When user login into the social network every contact is closed. Firstly, the user need to “Check” the kind of person desired into the CatchId database. Every “check” reduce appropriate points.
The “check” gives the user the possibility to receive the right contacts requested, without showing them.
To show them it is necessary to “open” them. Every contact cost is even, 1 “open credit”.
Website has the form for contacts. Every User can enter the contact and get the result.
Moreover, it’s provided a file form, where the user can upload files with the contacts, and get the batch results.
All search history is shown on website:
Indeed, the User can download all his\her search results from the website. Every customer, has the possibility to delete his\her contact information. The User, once registered, can requests to delete his\her contact information. For this operation is needed an identification document scan.
OPEN API - Definitions and Scope
What do we mean by “APIs” vs. “Open APIs”
The term Application Programming Interface, or API, in the context of this document is used broadly to refer to any mechanisms which allow a system or service to access data or functionality provided by another system or service. Consequently, this policy will encourage software interoperability.
The interfaces of internal subsystems are out of scope.
Open APIs are those APIs that have been exposed to enable other systems to interact with that system, and those APIs have been sufficiently documented that the available functionality is discoverable, fit for purpose and re-usable.
Open APIs may be either integrated with the host application, or an additional piece of software that exposes any proprietary APIs with an Open API equivalent (i.e. plug- in).
Open also means potential users of the API can access the API documentation free of charge and also access the API free of charge. Also, that access to Open APIs or related documentation would not be subject to any Non-Disclosure Agreement (NDA).
Where access to the live API is not possible (e.g. chargeable usage applies, service level agreements are in place, or the API returns confidential data) a test environment will be provided to allow potential users to experiment and test the API.
This is not to be confused with the term “Open Source APIs” as this refers to the availability and licensing terms of the source code for any interested party to freely change, fix or modify the code.
4.3 Further explanation of the characteristics
All significant business functionality provided by the host system should be available via an Open API. For example, if a PAS system allows for the registration of New Users, and Admission, Transfer and Discharge, then these functions should be available via Open APIs. The functionality exposed through APIs should be considered for each system and may be dependent on the use cases and anticipated usage of that system.
In addition, functionality specific to Open APIs may be included such as the bulk extract or processing of data.
Data held in host systems by the Data Processor on behalf of the Data Controller should be made available via an Open API, consistent with the Open Data policy.
. This should be explicitly stated in the requirements to ensure commercial terms are fair and transparent.
For each exposed API, there is a need to understand if the consumer of the API requires to be identified:
i) Where the user of the API needs to be identified:
Use of APIs could be restricted to use by known parties, either for information security, commercial purposes (e.g. to allow for billing for use of the API) or to provide control over the extent of usage of the API. For example, a user accessing personal data must be identified.
ii) Where the user of the API is anonymous:
The policy sets out the terms and conditions to which any user agrees to, by virtue of making use of the API. For example, a user accessing a directory of web services need not be identified.
Each API should be documented to the extent that a competent developer has sufficient information to make use of the API without further information. All actions (methods) that are available through the API should be covered, as well as the legitimate data (classes) and return codes. Sample code should be made available.
The documentation should be freely available.
The documentation should also cover the background to the API – an explanation of the system to which the API provides access, the general architecture of the API, the implementation plans for the API (if it is not yet available).
Description of Error codes should be provided to ensure a high quality and unambiguous user experience in case the API call returns an unexpected result.
Free registration to access the API documentation is accepted.
A testing environment (or environments if appropriate) should be provided which allows developers of the solutions making use of the API to test their solutions without affecting production environments, or an authorized process provided to support the understanding, development and testing of the API.
- Where access to the API is chargeable and/or identified, developers should have non-chargeable access to test APIs to encourage innovation in the use of the API.
- Testing environments must not hold or expose confidential data, including but not limited to, people data.
- Free registration to access the testing environment is accepted.
For each capability of the API (method) the API agreement should specify when the API should be available. Commercial terms need to be clear on the definition of responsibilities in any service management agreement.
For each capability of the API (method) the API agreement should specify what are the Service Level Agreements (SLAs) for the response times of the API. This will be dependent on the API software and the hosting and other dependent infrastructure, data volumes and other interfaces with systems. Commercial terms need to be clear on the definition of responsibilities in any service management agreement.
The number and type or requests the user should be able to make in a given time period, and the quality (compliance with sending well-formed requests etc.) standards required for those requests.
C.8 Quality and accuracy
The quality criteria for the API must be specified.
The API should return the same data that would be retrieved were the same function being performed within the host system. Where the API offers functionality, which is not available within the host system, such as bulk data extracts, specific details of any potential inconsistencies should be clearly documented.
C.9 Access / Registration / Accreditation / Termination:
The approach specifies how a user can access the API, including any requirements for accreditation to ensure that their (proposed) access meets required standards, both technical and governance, and when such access ends.
Access to the API should be specifically set out as either anonymous or identified. Where anonymous usage is allowed, some form of usage tracking should be in place (such as IP address of calls) to allow for monitoring of usage levels. The API agreement should specify what tracking will be carried out. Where identified users required the API, agreement should describe the process by which accreditation
to use the API is carried out and the duration of such accreditation.
C.10 Commercial / financial considerations
Stating whether there is any charge for using the API or other commercial provisions.
All API agreements should set out the charges for using the API.
Anonymous usage should be free, but Identified usage may (but need not) carry charges based on the specific requirements of the host system such as a fixed rate per month, a one-off fee or a fee per usage, or per number of records, quantity of data returned, amount of resource required to process the call.
Where an API is provided free of charge the content derived from the API must be generally accessible free of charge.
Provision regarding exit criteria from any commercial obligations should be set out, specifically provisions to avoid vendor lock in.
C.11 Information Rights
Any terms and conditions regarding the use of the data acquired via the API including security, retention and destruction policies. The rights and obligations of the API user regarding all data returned by the API should be made explicit.
C.12 Changes to the API (versioning)
API should retain backwards compatibility with earlier releases. Where delivery of the API is specified by the procuring organization; changes to the API which break backwards compatibility require the approval of the procuring organization (or body acting on behalf of all such procurers) as per the contract.
Changes should be documented, and made publicly available.
5 Terms of Agreement and Commercial Provisions
In supporting the policy statements and the expected characteristics of an Open API, this section outlines the commercial provisions that the Commissioner will need to include relating to the API in their agreement with the Producer of the software (and with the Host unless the system is to be hosted by the Commissioning body).
The agreement with the Producer should cover:
- The functions to be supported by the API.
- The provision of access control mechanisms to ensure the API User can only use the API in conformance with their agreement with the Data Subject and Data Controller.
- The requirement to document and publish the API (or make it available for publication).
- The provision of the facilities required in the software to enable the monitoring and enforcement of agreements between the Commissioner, the Provider and/or the Host on the use of the API.
- The provision of test harness and other test facilities in the software that may be required to make a test environment available to API Consumers.
- The requirement to maintain the API (including mechanism to respond to defects and change requests).
- Provisions to avoid vendor lock in at the end of the contract, either in the case of termination or expiry.
The agreement with the Provider and the Host should cover:
- The terms and associated service levels the Host will provide in relation to the use of the API.
- The Hosts obligation to make the API available, on terms determined by the Commissioner, to those API Users (and only such users) authorized to use the API by the Customer.
- The provision of access control mechanisms to ensure the API Consumer can only use the API in conformance with their agreement with the Data Controller.
- Any provision for the Host and Provider to provide a test environment to the API Consumer.
- The terms to be offered to an API Consumer authorized by the Commissioner to use the API. This could
conveniently take the form of a specimen agreement the Host would be required to offer API Consumer. This would
- Service levels offered and any associated charges to the API Consumer (or other party)
- Obligations of the API Consumer
In addition, the Commissioner will need to agree with the Producer, Provider and the Host the basis on which the Data Controller will authorize the use of the API in order that the Provider and Host can ensure they are able to support such use. This would include:
- The purpose(s) for which the API Consumer may access and/or use data via the API.
- The basis on which the API Consumer may add to or update data on the system.
- The rights the API Consumer has to initiate and manage transactions via the API.
- Mechanisms by which the API Consumer will authenticate themselves to the system.
- Obligations on the API Consumer to protect any data they may have access to via the API.
The following provides example provisions that should be included in the Terms of the Agreement.
For clarity, Anonymous usage refers to non-chargeable use of the API, identified usage may be chargeable and should contain relevant commercial terms to ensure fair use, payment and associated penalty clauses as appropriate to the program implementation of this policy.
For anonymous and identified usage:
22.214.171.124 “Commercial Purposes” means any use of (xxx) for direct or indirect financial gain.
126.96.36.199 “Intellectual Property Rights” includes but is not limited to patents, trademarks, service marks, design rights (whether registered or otherwise), applications for any of the foregoing, copyright, software, database rights, trade, company or business names and other similar rights, or other right in the nature of intellectual property or obligations whether registrable or not in any country (including but not limited to Russia) ("IPR").
5.1.2 Standard License Terms
For anonymous usage:
CatchId has developed a license as a tool to enable Information Providers in the private sector share and reuse information under a common open license that may be useful.
In addition to the Open Government License, the following provisions should be made:
188.8.131.52 The license terms cannot be changed by the licensor without agreement from the licensee.
184.108.40.206 Include standard clause to cover implied acceptance through continued use of an API.
220.127.116.11 Licenses for anonymous usage of Open API should be royalty free, perpetual, non-exclusive and transferable.
18.104.22.168 A subsidiary system vendor will be able to grant the right to use the API to their customers on this same basis.
22.214.171.124 A license for anonymous usage should be assignable to a third party under the Standard License Terms.
For identified usage:
The following provisions should be made:
126.96.36.199 The license terms cannot be changed by the licensor without agreement from the licensee.
188.8.131.52 Include standard clause to cover implied acceptance through continued use of an API.
184.108.40.206 Licenses granted for identified usage should be non-transferrable and non-exclusive.
220.127.116.11 Commercial terms over use of the API should be stated, including any royalties.
18.104.22.168 Assignment of the license to a third party will require permission from the licensor. If the permission is in writing, state so here.
22.214.171.124 The licensee is advised it is their responsibility to ensure that any third party is aware of their obligations under the Standard License Terms and the Licensor’s IPR and the license is liable for any failure to do so.
A sample charged license is also available from the Russian Government Licensing Framework for reference.
5.1.3 Licensees Obligations
For anonymous and identified usage:
126.96.36.199 Any breach of the obligations will allow the Licensor to terminate these Standard License Terms with immediate effect and may give rise additional causes of action.
188.8.131.52 Usage of the API must be in accordance with these Standard License Terms, and not use the API for purposes that, in the reasonable opinion of (Licensor), are illegal, derogatory or otherwise objectionable or that bring the (Licensor) into disrepute.
184.108.40.206 The Licensee must not represent themselves as the (Licensor). Exceptions must be clearly stated.
220.127.116.11 The Licensee must not infringe any Intellectual Property Rights belonging to the (Licensor) or alter any Producer copyright notice, trademarks, or other notices (including the terms of this License).
18.104.22.168 Use of copyrighted material, including the Producer logos must not be used in a way that infringes the statutory rights of any third party or in a way that misleads any third party into believing that (Licensor) is in any way or manner complicit in that infringement.
Disputes and Cancellations
CatchId encourages Users and people to try and settle conflicts amongst themselves.
CatchId has no responsibility for any research, in order to quality, kind and quantity of information received and it discourages any research not compatible with the aim of the portal. If discovered, can be cause of expulsion.
CatchId reserves the right to cancel any account on hold for any suspected fraudulent transactions made on the Site.
CatchId hereby grants to Users a transactional fee for any research, non-exclusive, time-limited, non-transferable, non-sub-licensable, revocable license to use the Service (including the Software), subject to these Terms.
This program is a pay-per-view program and it is distributed in the hope that it will be useful, but WITHOUT ANY WARRANTY; without even the implied warranty of MERCHANTABILITY or FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR PURPOSE.
the Service, its database, CatchId's trademarks, the design of the Service and the files integrated in the Software or to other intellectual property rights of CatchId – all of these are not free-software.
USING THE SERVICE
You may copy, print, save or otherwise use data from the Site or the Service's database. This clause does not limit the use of the database as intended by the Software and for the purposes of private and personal use of the Service.
When using the Service or the Site you may not engage in scraping, data mining, harvesting, screen scraping, data aggregating, and indexing. You agree that you will not use any robot, spider, scraper or other automated means to access the Site or the Service’s database for any purpose without the express prior written permission of CatchId.
The Software may not be used in any way that is not expressly permitted by these Terms.
There are certain types of conduct that are strictly prohibited on the Service. Please read the following restrictions carefully. Your failure to comply with the provisions set forth below may result (at CatchId's sole discretion) in the termination of your access to the Service and may also expose you to civil and/or criminal liability.
You may not, whether yourself or through any other means or person : (i) copy, modify, adapt, translate, reverse engineer, decompile, or disassemble any portion of the Content included in the Service and/or Site, or in any way or publicly display, perform, or distribute them; (ii) make any use of the Content on any other website or networked computer environment for any purpose, or replicate or copy the Content without CatchId’s prior written consent; (iii) create a browser or border environment around the Content (e.g. no frames or inline linking); (iv) transmit or otherwise make available in connection with the Service and/or Site any virus, worm, Trojan Horse, time bomb, web bug, spyware, or any other computer code, file, or program that may or is intended to damage or hijack the operation of any hardware, software, or telecommunications equipment, or any other actually or potentially harmful, disruptive, or invasive code or component; (v) interfere with or disrupt the operation of the Service and/or Site, or the servers or networks that host the Service and/or Site or make the Service and/or Site available, or disobey any requirements, procedures, policies, or regulations of such servers or networks; (vi) sell, license, or exploit for any commercial purposes any use of or access to the Content and/or the Service and/or Site; (vii) frame or mirror any part of the Service and/or Site without CatchId’s prior express written authorization; (viii) create a database by systematically downloading and storing all or any of the Content from the Service and/or Site; (ix) forward any data generated from the Service and/or Site without the prior written consent of CatchId; (x) transfer or assign your Service accounts' password, even temporarily, to a third party; (xi) use the Service and/or Site for any illegal, immoral or unauthorized purpose; (xii) use the Site, the Service, or the Content for non-personal or commercial purposes without CatchId’s express prior written consent; or (xiii) infringe or violate any of these Terms.
TERMINATION OF USE OF THE SERVICE
You may terminate your use of the Service at any time and for whatever reason. You are not obligated to advise CatchId of such termination. However, if you would also like for CatchId to delete your CatchId account and your personal information contained in the account, please use the “Delete Account” function in the Application. On receiving such a request, CatchId will use reasonable efforts to delete such information, however please note that your information may be retained on our back-up systems for some time.
CatchId retains the right to block your access to the Service and discontinue your use of the Service, at any time and for any reason CatchId deems appropriate, at its sole and absolute discretion.
The Service allows all users of the Software to submit and post information and content to other users ("Content"). Content is separate from third party sponsored advertisements that may appear on the Service. You assume sole responsibility for any Content you post, and you alone are liable for the consequences when you post Content.
It is forbidden to submit Content of a commercial nature (including advertising), unless such posts pertain to CatchId, the Service, or CatchId's products, and such Content strictly complies with these Terms.
When you submit Content to be published by the Service, you must make sure it is lawful. For example, you may not submit Content that:
- is diminishing or infringing proprietary rights of others, including but not limited to copyright and trademarks;
- poses a risk to a person's safety, security or health;
- identifies other persons without obtaining such person’s express written consent to the disclosure of their personal information, or pertains to minors and identifies minors or their personal information, including their full name, age, address or contact information;
- is unlawful, defamatory, libelous or invades the privacy of others;
- is harassing, offensive, threatening or vulgar;
- is characterized by, or that encourages racism or unlawfully discriminates on the basis of race, origin, ethnicity, nationality, religion, gender, occupation, sexual orientation, illness, physical or mental disability, faith, political view or socio-economical class;
- encourages criminal behavior or conduct that would constitute a criminal offense under any law, or could give rise to civil liability or other lawsuit;
- promotes pyramid schemes, chain letters or disruptive commercial messages or advertisements, or anything else prohibited by law or under these Terms;
- falsely expresses or implies that such content is sponsored or endorsed by CatchId.
The foregoing examples of unlawful Content are made solely for illustrative purposes and do not constitute an exhaustive list of restricted Content.
CatchId may decline to publish, or immediately delete any Content you submit if you or the Content have violated these Terms or if you engaged in a commission or omission that is harmful or may be harmful to the Service, its users, CatchId or any of its agents or affiliates. In such cases, CatchId may also terminate your access to the Service or prevent you from posting additional Content on the Service. The provisions of this clause are made in addition to any rights afforded to CatchId by any law.
RIGHTS IN SUBMITTING
by submitting to CatchId, you hereby grant CatchId and the users of the Service an irrevocable, worldwide, perpetual, non-exclusive, royalty-free, sub-licensable and transferable license to use, copy, distribute, prepare derivative works and display in public. The license granted to CatchId in and to the Content you submit is limited to personal use, with the purpose of extending to any commercial use of Content, at CatchId's sole and absolute discretion. However, other users cannot use your Content for commercial and non-commercial purposes, unless CatchId provides them with a prior written consent to use your Content for commercial purposes (for the purpose of which you authorize CatchId to be your agent).
All intellectual property rights in and to the Site, the Service and its database, including copyrights, trademarks, industrial designs, patents and trade secrets – are either the exclusive property of CatchId or its affiliates or are exclusively licensed to CatchId.
"CatchId", the CatchId logo, and other trade and/or service marks are the property of CatchId or its affiliates and you may not use such logos or marks for any purpose that is not expressly authorized in these Terms without the prior written consent of CatchId.
The design, trade dress, and the ‘look and feel’ of the maps of the Site and the Service are protected works under applicable copyright laws and CatchId and its affiliates retain all intellectual property rights in them. The Software license granted to you in these Terms does not extend to or include a license to use the maps displayed on the Software or any mark, indicator, logo or notation embedded in the maps that are displayed on the Software. You may not copy or print more than one copy of any data or material appearing on the Site.
CatchId may protect the Service by technological means intended to prevent unauthorized use of the Service. You undertake not to circumvent these means. Without derogating from CatchId's rights under these Terms or under any applicable law, you are advised that any attempted or actual infringement of this provision will result in the termination of all your rights under these Terms. If you circumvent any of the means taken by CatchId to protect the Service from unauthorized use, you must immediately cease any and all use of the Service, and you undertake to do so.
If you use the Service on an Apple device, then you agree and acknowledge that:
Apple, Inc. bears no duties or obligations to you under the Terms, including, but not limited to, any obligation to furnish you with Service maintenance and support;
You will have no claims, and you waive any and all rights and causes of action against Apple with respect to the Service or the Terms, including, but not limited to claims related to maintenance and support, intellectual property infringement, liability, consumer protection, or regulatory or legal conformance;
Apple and Apple’s subsidiaries are third party beneficiaries of the Terms. Upon your acceptance of the Terms, Apple will have the right (and will be deemed to have accepted the right) to enforce these Terms against you as a third-party beneficiary thereof.
LIMITATION OF LIABILITY AND WARRANTY
CATCHID PROVIDES THE SERVICE AND CONTENT INCLUDED THEREIN FOR USE ON AN "AS IS" AND "AS AVAILABLE" BASIS. THEY CANNOT BE CUSTOMIZED TO FULFILL THE NEEDS OF EACH AND EVERY USER. WE HEREBY DISCLAIM ALL WARRANTIES AND REPRESENTATIONS, EITHER EXPRESS OR IMPLIED, WITH RESPECT TO THE SERVICE, INCLUDING, WITHOUT LIMITATION, ANY WARRANTIES OF MERCHANTABILITY, AND FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR PURPOSE, FEATURES, QUALITY, NON-INFRINGEMENT, TITLE, COMPATIBILITY, PERFORMANCE, SECURITY OR ACCURACY.
Additionally, and without derogating from the above clause, CatchId disclaims any warranties relating to the accuracy of the information, Content presented or displayed in or by the Service. The Content is inherent to any community-based service that operates on users' posts and on the information provided by them.
You agree and acknowledge that you assume full, exclusive and sole responsibility for the use of and reliance on the Service, and you further agree and acknowledge that your use of or reliance on the Service is made entirely at your own risk. You further acknowledge that it is your responsibility to comply with all applicable laws (including traffic laws) while using the Service.
CatchId exerts efforts to provide you with a high quality and satisfactory service. However, We do not warrant that the Service will operate in an uninterrupted or error-free manner, or that it will always be available or free from all harmful components, or that it is safe, secured from unauthorized access to CatchId's computers, immune from damages, free of malfunctions, bugs or failures, including, but not limited to hardware failures, Software failures and Software communication failures, originating either in CatchId or any of its providers.
CATCHID, INCLUDING ITS OFFICERS, DIRECTORS, SHAREHOLDERS, EMPLOYEES, SUB-CONTRACTORS AND AGENTS WILL NOT BE LIABLE FOR ANY DIRECT, INDIRECT, INCIDENTAL OR CONSEQUENTIAL DAMAGE, OR ANY OTHER DAMAGE, AND LOSS (INCLUDING LOSS OF PROFIT AND LOSS OF DATA), COSTS, EXPENSES AND PAYMENTS, EITHER IN TORT, CONTRACTUAL, OR IN ANY OTHER FORM OF LIABILITY, ARISING FROM, OR IN CONNECTION WITH THE USE OF, OR THE INABILITY TO USE THE SERVICE, OR FROM ANY FAILURE, ERROR, OR BREAKDOWN IN THE FUNCTION OF THE SERVICE, OR FROM ANY FAULT, OR ERROR MADE BY OUR STAFF OR ANYONE ACTING ON ITS BEHALF, OR FROM YOUR RELIANCE ON THE CONTENT OF THE SERVICE, INCLUDING, WITHOUT LIMITATION, CONTENT ORIGINATING FROM THIRD PARTIES, OR FROM ANY COMMUNICATION WITH THE SERVICE, OR WITH OTHER USERS ON OR THROUGH THE SERVICE, OR FROM ANY DENIAL OR CANCELLATION OF YOUR USER ACCOUNT, OR FROM RETENTION, DELETION, DISCLOSURE AND ANY OTHER USE OR LOSS OF YOUR CONTENT ON THE SERVICE. IN ANY EVENT, YOUR SOLE REMEDY WILL BE LIMITED TO CORRECTING SUCH ERRORS, OR MALFUNCTIONS, AND IN LIGHT OF THE RELEVANT CIRCUMSTANCES.
LINKS AND COMMERCIAL INFORMATION IN THE SOFTWARE
The Service may include commercial information or advertisements (for example, pins indicating the locations of certain establishments, their commercial offers, coupons, etc. (“Ads”). The Ads may pop up or be displayed from time to time. CatchId may post Ads on the Service but more often than not, the source of such Ads is third parties, and as such, CatchId cannot and does not guarantee the reliability or accuracy of third party Ads. CatchId does not endorse the content of third party Ads. Additionally, and without derogating from the previous sentence, CatchId will not be liable for any form of liability arising from your reliance on, or in connection with, the use of the content of Ads posted on the Service.
It is underscored that the advertising of commercial content by CatchId does not constitute a recommendation or encouragement to procure the goods or services advertised.
Insofar as the Software includes links to services or applications not operated or managed by CatchId, CatchId will not be liable for any form of liability arising from your reliance on, or in connection with, the content of such services and applications or any information provided by them, including but not limited to its completeness, accuracy, correctness or it being up-to-date. CatchId will not be liable for any direct or indirect damage, monetary or otherwise, arising from your use of or your reliance on the content of goods or services you have accessed via Ads or other links on the Software.
YOU ACKNOWLEDGE AND AGREE THAT IN THE EVENT THAT YOU VIOLATE THE FOREOING PROVISION, THE THIRD-PARTY ADVERTISERS WILL NOT BE LIABLE FOR ANY DIRECT, INDIRECT, INCIDENTAL OR CONSEQUENTIAL DAMAGE, OR ANY OTHER DAMAGE, AND LOSS (INCLUDING LOSS OF PROFIT AND LOSS OF DATA), COSTS, EXPENSES AND PAYMENTS, EITHER IN TORT, CONTRACTUAL, OR IN ANY OTHER FORM OF LIABILITY, ARISING FROM, OR IN CONNECTION WITH THE DISPLAY OF THE ADS ON THE SERVICE OR YOUR VIEWING OF THE ADS ON THE SERVICE.
BREACH AND INDEMNITY
Without derogating from any applicable law, you agree to indemnify and hold harmless CatchId and its employees, officers, directors and agents, as well as all third-party advertisers of Ads from and against all claims, damages, expenses, losses and liabilities that arise as a result of your violation of these Terms. In view of the fact that the Service is provided to you free-of-charge, this indemnity is intended to cover all expenses, payments, loss, loss of profits or any other damage, direct or indirect, monetary or non-monetary, incurred by CatchId, its employees, officers, directors or agents as a result of your violation of the Terms, including but not limited to legal expenses and attorney fees.
MODIFICATIONS TO THE SERVICE AND SOFTWARE
CatchId may, either partially or in its entirety and without being obligated to provide prior notice – modify, adapt or change the Software, the Service's features, the user interface and design, the extent and availability of the contents in the Service and any other aspect related to the Service. You will have no claim, complaint or demand against CatchId for applying such changes or for failures incidental to such changes.
TERMINATION OF SERVICE
CatchId may, at any time, terminate the provision of the Service in its entirety or any part thereof, temporarily or permanently, at its sole discretion.
MODIFICATIONS OF THESE TERMS
CatchId may modify these Terms from time to time. If fundamental changes are introduced, a notice will be posted in the updated version of the Software as well as on the Service's home page on the Site. Your continued use of the Service after the Terms has been modified signifies your assent to the updated Terms. If you dissent to the updated Terms or to any term within them, you must discontinue all further use of the Software.
GOVERNING LAW AND JURISDICTION
These Terms, the Software and the Service will be governed solely by the laws of Russia, without giving effect to any conflicts of law principles. Any dispute, claim or controversy arising out of, connected with or relating to these Terms, the Software and the Service, will be under the exclusive jurisdiction of the competent court of Kazan in Russia.
Should you desire to file any cause of action against CatchId, arising out of or related to the CatchId Software or Service, you must do so within one (1) year of the day you become aware of the cause of action. Failure to file a lawsuit within the aforementioned timeframe will bring about the permanent barring of the cause of action, and will constitute your complete and final waiving of the lawsuit.
ASSIGNMENT OF RIGHTS
You may not assign or transfer your rights in and to the Service, without the prior written consent of CatchId. CatchId may assign its rights in and to the Service to a third party at its sole and absolute discretion, provided that the third party undertakes CatchId's obligations to you under these Terms.
NO LEGAL RELATIONSHIP
You may contact us concerning any question about the Service, through the channels listed on the "About" menu in the Software or through the "Contact Us" page on the Site (web address: www.CatchId.com/contact-us). We will make our best efforts to address your inquiry promptly.
Last modified: 12 December 2017