Competition Policy International, Inc. ("CPI") and the company or individual ("Customer") agree that CPI shall make available to Customer the services identified in the Order ("Services"), subject to this Subscription Agreement ("Agreement"). Services may include, but are not limited to, online access to current and past issues of the CPI Journal and the Antitrust Chronicle (formerly "GCP Magazine') and full access to the Resource Library ("Content").
1.1. CPI grants to Customer a non-exclusive, non-transferable license ("License") subject to the limitations contained in this Agreement and in the Customer's Order. CPI retains all ownership rights (including copyrights and other intellectual property rights) of the Services, in any form, and Customer obtains only such rights as are explicitly granted in this Agreement and such Order.
1.2. Each license is for a term of 12 months, beginning on the effective date of the Order, unless another term is specified in the Order. The Service is available only for the number of users or benefiting audience members identified and described in the Order ("Authorized Users") and may not be shared with other persons or entities. An Authorized User is authorized by Customer to access the Services during the term of this Agreement and according to the terms of the Order, either online via competitionpolicyinternational.com or after the Content has been downloaded in accordance with the terms of this Agreement. CPI reserves the right to deny access to any and all users in excess of the number of Authorized Users specified in the Order.
2. Restrictions on Use
2.1. The Services are licensed for Customer's internal use only and subject to any restrictions set forth in the Order. Customer will not provide Content, or other Services to others, whether directly in any media or indirectly through incorporation in a database, marketing list, report or otherwise, to third parties.
2.2. Customer will not copy, reprint or distribute Content except for in ways in accordance with this Agreement and as set forth in the Order.
2.3. Republication of Content by someone other than the author requires written permission from CPI. Customer is authorized to excerpt or cite Content as source material provided reference is given to CPI.
2.4. CPI reserves the right to monitor Customer's use of the Service to ensure compliance with this Agreement and prevent fraudulent use. Such monitoring of use may include but will not be limited to determining whether or not the Service is accessed under the account from multiple computers, as well as noting downloads beyond the limit of a single-user or a disproportionate number of users. All download limitations will be enforced at CPI's discretion. Customer may not make available a user name and password to a party that is not an Authorized User. If such monitoring indicates you are not in compliance with this Agreement or if fraudulent activity is suspected, CPI reserves the right to take such action as it deems necessary, including, but not limited to, suspension or termination of the account.
3. Copyrights and Other Proprietary Rights
3.1. Content is proprietary, copyrighted works of CPI and its authors and comprises: (i) works of original authorship, including compiled Content containing CPI's selection, arrangement and coordination and expression of such Content or pre-existing material it has created, gathered or assembled; and (ii) Content that has been created, developed and maintained by CPI or its authors at great expense, such that misappropriation or unauthorized use by others for commercial gain would unfairly and/or irreparably harm CPI and its authors or reduce CPI or its authors' incentive to create, develop and maintain such content. Customer will not commit or permit any act or omission that would contest or impair CPI's or any author's proprietary and intellectual property rights to Content or that would cause the Content to infringe the proprietary or intellectual property rights of a third party. Customer will reproduce CPI's or its authors' copyright and proprietary rights legend on all copies of Content.
3.2. Customer will not use any trademark, service mark or trade name of CPI or any of CPI's affiliated companies or publish any press releases regarding this Agreement or any order. Customer shall not disclose the negotiated pricing or terms of this Agreement, or any order, to any third party.
3.3. CPI represents and warrants to Customer that, to CPI's knowledge, the Content, when used in accordance with this Agreement, does not violate any existing, U.S. copyrights, patents, trademarks, or other intellectual property rights of any third party, as of the effective date of the applicable Order.
4.1. All Services and Content are provided on an "as is", "as available" basis. CPI disclaims all warranties, express or implied, including any warranties of accuracy, completeness, or currentness for a particular purpose. CPI does not warrant that the services will be uninterrupted or error-free and disclaims any warranty or representation regarding availability of a service, service levels or performance. CPI will not be liable for any loss or injury arising out of, in whole, or in part, CPI's conduct in procuring, preparing, and delivering Services or Content.
5.1. Customer will pay CPI in accordance with the Order and accompanying Invoice. Prices and product descriptions are those set forth in the Order. Subscriptions will be cancelled if payment is not received within 30 days of the order.
6. Termination and Cancellations
6.1. In the event of material breach of any of the above, the non-breaching party may immediately terminate, or CPI may suspend Services under, the applicable Orders without prior notice. In the event of material breach of any other part of this Agreement by Customer or CPI, the non-breaching party may terminate this Agreement or particular Orders if such breach is not cured within 30 days of written notice of breach.
6.2. CPI subscriptions are non-cancelable/non-refundable after 48 hours of activation or with the execution of any download function. Cancellations must be in writing, sent to firstname.lastname@example.org.
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This policy was last modified on 4/11/2011
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