Terms of Website
These Terms contain an arbitration provision and class action waiver. See below for additional details.
Subject to your compliance with the Terms, we grant you a non-exclusive, non-sublicensable, revocable, non-transferable license to access and use the Website. No part of the Website may be reproduced, duplicated, copied, scraped, modified, sold, resold, distributed, transmitted, or otherwise exploited for any commercial purpose without our prior express written consent. All rights not expressly granted in the Terms are reserved.
Unless otherwise indicated, we (or our licensors and suppliers) own all content available on the Website. This includes, but is not limited to, all text, photos, trade names, logos, trademarks, graphics, and their selection, arrangement, and organization. Unless explicitly provided written consent by us, neither your use of the Website or these Terms grant you any right, title, or interest in these materials.
DISCLAIMERS, LIMITATION OF LIABILITY
You agree that your use of the Website is at your own risk. To the fullest extent permitted by law, we are not responsible for any loss or damage that might result from your access to the Website. This includes, but is not limited to, loss or damage to your computer or mobile device. These limitations apply regardless of their foreseeability.
We, along with our licensors and suppliers, expressly disclaim any and all warranties, express or implied, regarding the Website. We also do not guarantee that the Website will meet your specific needs or operate without interruptions or errors. The Website may contain bugs, errors, problems, or other limitations.
The Website is provided for general information purposes only and is subject to updates. In no event will we, or our licensors or suppliers, be liable to you for any claims arising from your use of the Website or your reliance on any information provided through the Website.
The arbitration must be filed and conducted through JAMS (www.jamsadr.org) and the JAMS’ Streamlined Rules will apply. The arbitration may be conducted in person or via document submission, telephone, or email, but the arbitration location shall be in San Francisco, California. The parties each waive any objection to personal jurisdiction and venue. All claims, remedies, and defenses that either you or we have under applicable law (whether federal, state, or local) will remain available to us in the arbitration.
No Class Actions
You and we agree that we will only file claims against each other individually and not as a plaintiff or class member in a representative proceeding. This means that CLASS ACTION ARE NOT ALLOWED.
THIRD PARTY CONTENT
The Website may be linked with the apps and websites of third parties ("Third-Party Content"). We do not have control over and have not reviewed the content and performance of Third-Party Content. You agree to assume all responsibility and liability for any damages or other harm, whether to you or to third parties, resulting from your use of Third-Party Content.
When do we collect your information?
Generally, we collect certain limited personal information automatically when you visit or access the Website, like technical and device information. We may also collect personal information when you provide it to us, for example, by sending us an email.
What categories of information do we collect?
We may collect the following categories of personal information:
Identifying Information, such as your name, email address, and phone number if you provide it.
Technical Information, such as your device information and IP address for site analytics.
Other Information, such as communications to us, if you provide it.
How is your information used?
We may use personal information for these reasons:
To Operate and Provide the Website, including to provide and improve the Website.
Communications, such as to respond to your requests or questions.
Security and Auditing, such as to detect security incidents, protect against malicious, fraudulent, or illegal activity, and to take action if applicable.
Comply with Legal Obligations, such as to comply with a court order or subpoena or to transfer privacy requests to relevant third parties.
How is your information disclosed to others?
We may disclose information under these circumstances:
To Service Providers or Contractors, who assist us in providing the Website.
To Legal Parties, who may require disclosure of data as authorized by applicable law in response to a subpoena, court order, or other legal process. We may also disclose information if we believe it is necessary to prevent or remedy illegal or harmful misconduct, including to law enforcement or to our legal, professional, or other advisors.
To Others due to your request or consent and as authorized by law.
How is your information protected?
While we use reasonable security measures and tools that are designed to be a security safeguard, and we take data security seriously, no system or website can be 100% secure. You should not expect that information communicated using our Website or the internet generally will be secure.
What are your privacy rights?
Certain users have privacy rights, such as to access, amend, and delete personal information we have collected. If you have a specific privacy request regarding your information, including under the California Consumer Privacy Act or other state laws, please contact us with your name, email address, and request. To protect user privacy and security, we may require that you, or your agent if applicable, verify the identity of the requestor.
Last updated on July 3rd, 2023