Terms of Service
This is important, so please read carefully! Thank you. This is a binding legal agreement between the natural person or legal person “Customer” or “you” agreeing to these Terms of Service “Terms” and Timepath BV. “Timepath,” “us,” or “we”. By accepting these Terms, signing an Order, or using the services subject to these Terms of Service collectively the “Services” or “Timepath Services”, you represent that you have civil and legal capacity, that you are of legal age and have the authority to bind the Customer to the Order, these Terms and the following additional terms and conditions and policies, which are hereby incorporated by reference collectively, the “Agreement”:
DESCRIPTION OF SERVICE
The Timepath Service is a timeline tool to create, customize and embed a timeline and or live-blog. The Service combines creative thinking and technological expertise to allow you to seamlessly create your own timeline and or live-blog and post or embed them to the internet, and share them with friends or colleagues.
CONDITIONS AND RESTRICTIONS OF USE, USER CONDUCT
As a condition of use, and the licenses granted to you herein, you agree that you will not and will not attempt to:
You agree that your failure to adhere to any of the above conditions, or any other provision of these Terms of Service, shall constitute a breach of these Terms of Service on your part. System requirements. Use of the Timepath Services may require one or more compatible devices, Internet access fees may apply, and certain software fees may apply, and may require obtaining updates or upgrades from time to time. Because use of the Services involves hardware, software, and Internet access, your ability to access and use the Services may be affected by the performance of these factors. High-speed Internet access is recommended. You acknowledge and agree that such system requirements, which may be changed from time to time, are your responsibility.
TIMEPATH INTELLECTUAL PROPERTY
All intellectual property, e.g. text, fonts, graphics, pictures, icons, user interfaces, visual interfaces, photographs, trademarks, logos, design marks, sounds, music and its accompanying words, artwork, content, computer code, programs, software collectively, “Timepath Content”, including but not limited to the design, structure, selection, coordination, expression, “look and feel,” and arrangement of such Timepath Content, contained on the Service is owned, disposed, controlled, or licensed by or to Timepath, and is protected by trade dress, industrial design, copyright, patent, and trademark laws, and various other intellectual property rights. No Timepath Content may be used, copied, reproduced, communicated to the public, modified, republished, uploaded, posted, publicly displayed, publicly performed, publicly performed by means of a digital audio transmission, encoded, translated, transmitted, or distributed in any way to any other computer, server, website, or any other medium for publication or distribution or for any purpose, without Timepaths express prior written consent. If you embed a timeline or live-blog authored by Timepath within a third-party website or service including but not limited to embedding a Timepath-authored timeline or live-blog at your own website you agree to attribute that timeline or live-blog of Timepath as follows: made by creator © Timepath year learn more at timepath.co
CONCLUSION OF THE AGREEMENT
The Agreement is deemed to have been concluded at the moment that an offer, contract or a similar legal document is sent by Timepath to the Client and 1. The Client has signed such a document and returned it to Timepath; or 2. The Client has started to use the timelines operationally, and beyond the stage of a trial to test the software at a small scale defined as: for one or two digital titles and not more than 25 timelines or 5 live-blogs.
The Client is obliged to pay all invoices of Timepath within 30 thirty days after the invoice date. If this period is exceeded, the Client will owe 1% (one percent) interest per month on the invoice amount. Payment of an invoice by the Client to Timepath does not automatically imply recognition of the right invoice amount as to the variable part.