This Acceptable Use Policy (the “Acceptable Use Policy”) is part of the Subscription Agreement by and between Client and Visibility Software, LLC. (the “Agreement”). In the event of a conflict between this Acceptable Use Policy and the Agreement, unless otherwise expressly provided, the Agreement will control. All capitalized terms not defined herein have the meaning ascribed to them in the then-current Subscription Agreement found at https://www.visibilitysoftware.com/terms.
1. Proper Use
Client shall, and shall ensure that its Users, comply with this Acceptable Use Policy, the Agreement and all Visibility’s Documentation. Visibility may deny Client, or any User use of the Subscription as may be required by Visibility to effectuate its rights and obligations under or otherwise enforce this Acceptable Use Policy or the Agreement. Visibility shall use commercially reasonable efforts to give Client advance notice of any denial of such use, if practicable and not injurious to the legitimate commercial interests of Visibility and its Affiliates.
Client understands, acknowledges and agrees that it shall not, except as otherwise expressly permitted: (i) copy or reproduce any Subscription in any form or medium; (ii) modify, reverse engineer, decompile, adapt, restructure, rearrange, reorganize, recompile, reformat, create derivative works of, change, or add to any Subscription or in any way attempt to reconstruct or discover any source code or algorithms of the Subscription, or any portion thereof, by any means whatsoever; (iii) remove any copyright, proprietary rights, or restrictive legends, or bypass or disable any protections that have been put in place against unlicensed use of the Subscription and/or third party data; (iv) remove Visibility’s, its Affiliate’s, or licensor’s legends and notices on any and all permitted copies, adaptations, and rearrangements of the Subscription (or part thereof); (v) provide, or otherwise make available, the Subscription to any third party; (vi) fail to take appropriate action with its employees, agents, and subcontractors, by agreement or otherwise, necessary to satisfy its obligations under this Acceptable Use Policy or the Agreement with respect to the use, copying, protection, and security of the Subscription and/or Client Data; and (vii) engage in any use, including copying, modification, redistribution, publication, display, performance or retransmission, of any portions of any Subscription, other than as expressly permitted by this Agreement, without the prior written consent of Visibility, which consent Visibility may grant or refuse in its sole and absolute discretion; or (viii) use the Subscription to send messages that violate applicable laws, rules, and regulations.
3. Prohibited Uses
Client understands, acknowledges and agrees that it shall not use any Subscription to knowingly: (i) impersonate any person or entity or falsely state or otherwise misrepresent affiliation with any person or entity; (ii) intercept any data not intended for Client or its Users; and (iii) perform any hack (ethical or of any other nature), including probing, scanning, or testing (or attempt to do any of the foregoing), loads, penetration, technical security, or other vulnerability of the Subscription or otherwise breach security or authentication measures. Client agrees that it shall not use any Subscription to knowingly upload, post, email, transmit, store, distribute or otherwise make available: (a) any content, or engage in any behavior, action, or conduct, that is unlawful, harmful, untrue, threatening, abusive, harassing, tortious, defamatory, vulgar, obscene, libelous, fraudulent, deceptive, illegal, invasive of another’s privacy, hateful, racist, or otherwise objectionable; (b) any unsolicited or unauthorized messaging (as further set forth in Section 8 below); (c) any Client Data, or otherwise provide material support or resources (or to conceal or disguise the nature, location, source, or ownership of material support or resources), to any person(s) or organization(s) designated by the United States government as a foreign terrorist pursuant to section 219 of the Immigration and Nationality Act or otherwise in violation of any U.S. export control restrictions; (d) a time bomb, worm, virus, malware, ransomware, lock, drop-dead device, or other similar component of software or electronically stored information that is intended in any manner to: (1) damage, destroy, alter, or adversely affect the operation of the Subscription or any software, hardware, or a service in connection with which the Subscription is used; or (2) reveal, damage, or alter any Client Data, or any other software, hardware, or information of or relating to another person or entity; or (e) any incorrect or misleading Client Data.
Except as otherwise set forth on the applicable Order Form and/or Statement of Work, Client understands and acknowledges that Visibility may establish, as described in its user, technical or other similar documentation, general practices and limits concerning Client’s conduct, use of the Client Data, use or access to the Subscription (or part thereof), including without limitation: (i) the maximum number of days that Client Data will be actively retained by or made available via the Subscription; (ii) the maximum number of uploads, posts, or transmissions that may be sent from or received by Client (or its Users) via the Subscription; (iii) the maximum size of any Client Data, individually or collectively, that may be sent from or received by Client (or its Users) via the Subscription; (iv) the maximum storage space that will be allotted to Client, (v) the length of time before an inactive User is automatically logged off of the subscription; and (vi) the maximum number of times (and the maximum duration for which) Client or its Users may access the Subscription in a given period of time. Visibility shall provide Client with commercially reasonable notice (which for purposes of this Limitation Section may include notice by update to the applicable publicly available Visibility documentation in accordance with the Agreement) of any such new practices or limits pursuant to the terms thereof. If Client provides Visibility with written notice of any objection to any such practice or limit within fifteen (15) days of Client’s receipt thereof, such practice or limit will not be effective until Client and Visibility have reached an agreement with respect to such change, practice, or limit. In the event an agreement cannot be reached within sixty (60) days from Client’s objection to such notice regarding the new practice or limit, such new practice or limit will not be effective as to Client for the remainder of the Subscription Period, provided that Visibility may terminate the Agreement for convenience upon thirty (30) days written notice to Client.
5. Named Users
Client shall ensure that only named Users access or use the Subscription and that each named User is a unique person. Use of a non-Visibility intermediate user interface, portal, or page to aggregate data, information, or actions from multiple individuals or users into the Programs will be deemed separate named Users under this Agreement. Further, sharing of usernames and/or passwords for access to the Subscription is prohibited and Client shall be responsible for its Users misuse of any usernames or passwords to access the Subscription.
6. Consents & Authorizations
7. Professional Services
Forms provided to Visibility by Client for onboarding development must be in MS Word format. Additional professional services charges will apply if forms are provided to Visibility in other formats. Such additional professional services must be authorized by Client, in writing, via a new Order Form prior to the commencement of such professional services. No data feed services are included by default; all feeds must be outlined as additional professional services.
8. E-Mail Message Compliance
Client acknowledges and understands that other terms, conditions, and policies may apply to its use of Communication Products as further detailed in Section 9 (Phone Number Providers) below.
9. Phone Number Providers (if applicable)
Some Communication Services may enable Client to send messages through a phone number and/or short code using SMS and other methods. Visibility engages third-party vendors to provide the phone number(s) and short code(s) that Client uses to communicate through the applicable Communication Service.
Client understands, acknowledges and agrees that its use of phone number(s) and/or short code(s) within the Subscription must conform and comply with the guidelines set forth in the CTIA (Cellular Telecommunications Industry Association), the CWTA (Canadian Wireless Trade Association), the ETNO (European Telecommunications Network Operators’ Association, and the GSMA (Global System Mobile Association), as applicable.
In the event Client chooses to subscribe to a Communication Service, Client acknowledges and agrees that Client is solely responsible for complying with all terms, conditions, guidelines and policies listed above, as applicable.
10. Data Import/Export
Client Data associated to legacy data migration and systems integration must be provided by Client (or Client authorized third party) to Visibility in Microsoft Excel Format.
In the event Client requests Visibility to conduct a Client Data update to Client’s Subscription by use of the Excel Import Tool, Client shall pre-screen such Client Data to ensure its accuracy, integrity, completeness, and quality prior to making the Client Data available to Visibility. Client acknowledges that Visibility can only conduct a full system restoration (at its then current fees) based on the most recent data backup prior to the modification or deletion of the Client Data. Any actions taken, including additional job, candidate, or hiring manager profiles created after the data backup, will be lost. Client Data loss or corruption must be reported to Visibility within seven (7) days; failure to do so may prevent Visibility from fully restoring Client’s Subscription to an uncorrupted state.
Client understands, acknowledges, and agrees that use of unsecure FTP channels reduces the security measures in place to protect the Client Data being transferred. As such, if Client chooses to use unsecure FTP channels to transfer Client Data to or from Visibility, Client shall add PGP encryption to all Client Data prior to transferring such Client Data via an unsecure FTP channel.
Client understands, acknowledges, and agrees that Client’s use of unsecure FTP channels or other third-party providers (e.g., GoogleDrive, Box, or any other similar service) to transfer, import or export Client Data to or from Visibility will be at Client’s own risk, and Client further acknowledges and agrees that Visibility shall have no liability of any kind whatsoever arising out of or in connection with Client’s use of the foregoing.