1. ORDERING AND PROVISION OF THE SERVICE
- Term. This ToU is effective on the date the first ordering document is executed by Customer and SoloStar ("Effective Date") and remains in effect for the agreed upon duration, as specified in the customer purchase order/statement of work.
- Affiliates. Customer may allow its Affiliates to access and use the Service only if Customer is fully liable for its Affiliates’ use of the Service and compliance with the Agreement. "Affiliate" means an entity that controls, is controlled by, or is under common control with, a party. Customer may allow its Affiliates to purchase the Service under the terms of this ToU only if Customer informs SoloStar in writing of the specific Affiliate authorized to make a purchase ("Authorized Affiliate"). If an Authorized Affiliate executes an ordering document under the terms of this ToU, that Authorized Affiliate will be (a) deemed a "Customer" for that purchase only; and (b) jointly and severally liable with Customer for its use of the Service and compliance with the Agreement.
- Payment. Customer will pay the fees for the Service stated in the ordering document within 30 calendar days after receipt of SoloStar’s invoice, unless otherwise stated in the ordering document, subject to approved line of credit. If credit card payment is available, SoloStar will charge Customer’s credit card upon receipt of the credit card information and also upon renewals. Customer’s purchases are non-cancelable and payment for the Service is non-refundable, except as otherwise stated in this ToU. Customer will maintain complete and accurate billing and contact information with SoloStar.
Use of the Service. Only Customer-designated employees and contractors (each, a "Customer User") are authorized to use the Service. Customer will only use the Service for recruiting purposes. Customer will use the Service solely for Customer’s internal use and will not provide access to the Service to any third party, except as otherwise permitted in the Agreement. Customer will notify SoloStar immediately upon learning of any unauthorized use of the Service or any other breach of security relating to the Service. Customer (a) will designate in writing one Customer User for each seat it purchases; (b) will promptly provide to and maintain with SoloStar accurate contact information for each Customer User; and (c) will not, and will not permit a Customer User to, share a Customer User’s access to the Service with any other individual. In the event a Customer User ceases employment, takes any type of leave or vacation, or transfers work function, Customer may transfer the Customer User's seat to a different Customer User. SoloStar reserves the right to limit the number of transfers of each seat. SoloStar may, in its sole discretion, change, modify, upgrade or discontinue any aspect or feature of the Service in whole or in part.
Customer and Customer Users may not (i) copy or reproduce profile or other data by automated means (including crawlers, plugins, or other scraping mechanisms), (ii) rent, lease, loan, trade, sell, or re-sell access to the Service or any related information or data, (iii) override any security feature of the Service, (iv) use the Service to harass, abuse, or harm others, or (v) use the Service to violate intellectual property rights of others, including patents, trademarks, trade secrets, copyrights, or other proprietary rights. Customer shall only use the Service in a manner that complies with any and all applicable laws in the jurisdictions in which Customer uses the Service.
End User License. The SoloStar browser extension (the "Software") may be downloaded in connection with the use of the Service. Upon downloading the Software, and during the term of this Agreement, SoloStar grants Customer a non-exclusive, non-transferable license to use the Software for recruiting purposes subject to the terms of the ToU. Title, ownership and all rights (including without limitation intellectual property rights) in and to the Software shall remain with SoloStar. Customer may not create derivative works of the Software, use the Software for any purpose other than as described herein, reproduce the Software in a manner inconsistent with this provision or the ToU, sell, assign, license, disclose, distribute or otherwise transfer or make available the Software or any copies of the Software in any form to third parties, alter, translate, decompile, reverse assemble or reverse engineer the Software, or attempt to do any of the foregoing, or remove or alter any proprietary notices or marks on the Software, except to the extent any such prohibition is not permitted by applicable law.
The Software is provided with restricted rights. Use, duplication, or disclosure by the U.S. Government is subject to the restrictions as set forth in subparagraph (c)(1)(iii) of DFARS 252.227-7013 (The Rights in Technical Data and Computer Software) or subparagraphs (c)(1) and (2) of 48 CFR 52.227-19 (the Commercial Computer Software - Restricted Rights), as applicable.
Handling of Personal Data. If Customer uploads or otherwise provides SoloStar with Personal Data (defined below) in connection with its use of the Service ("Customer Personal Data"), then SoloStar, in providing the Service, processes Customer Personal Data on behalf of Customer. Customer is the controller of Customer Personal Data and SoloStar will process Customer Personal Data (i) in accordance with applicable Data Protection Laws (defined in section 2.3); (ii) in compliance with the written instructions received from Customer including, as applicable, sub-processing as necessary; and (iii) only for the purpose of providing, supporting and improving the Service, using appropriate technical and organizational security measures. "Personal Data" means information about an individual that (a) can be used to identify, contact or locate a specific individual; (b) can be combined with other information that is linked to a specific individual to identify, contact or locate a specific individual; or (c) is defined as "personal data" or "personal information" by applicable laws or regulations relating to the collection, use, storage or disclosure of information about an identifiable individual.
Compliance with Laws. The parties will comply with all applicable international, federal, state, provincial and local laws relating to (a) corruption practice, bribery, and acts contrary to the public administration including the US Foreign Corrupt Practices Act of 1977, 15 U.S.C. § 78dd-1, et seq.; (b) discrimination against employees or job applicants based on race, color, religion, sex, national origin, veteran status or disability. and (c) the privacy, confidentiality, security and protection of Personal Data including the EU Data Protection Directive 95/46/EC as amended and as implemented in the various European Economic Area countries or any similar and applicable legislation enacted outside of the European Economic Area and security breach notification laws ("Data Protection Laws").
3. CONFIDENTIAL INFORMATION
- Definition. "Confidential Information" means any information disclosed under the Agreement that (a) if tangible, is clearly marked as "Confidential" or with a similar designation; (b) if intangible, is identified as "Confidential" by discloser at time of disclosure and confirmed in writing to recipient as being Confidential Information; or (c) from the relevant circumstances should reasonably be known by recipient to be confidential (e.g. pricing, non-public Personal Data, etc.).
- Exclusions. Confidential Information does not include any portion of the information that recipient can prove (a) was rightfully known to recipient before receipt from discloser; (b) was generally known to the public on the Effective Date; (c) becomes generally known to the public after the Effective Date, through no fault of recipient; (d) was received by recipient from a third party without any confidentiality obligation; or (e) was independently developed by recipient without breach of this section 3.
- Limited Use and Non-Disclosure. Recipient will (a) use Confidential Information solely to fulfill its obligations under the Agreement; (b) protect Confidential Information using the same degree of care it uses to protect its own confidential information of a like nature, but in no event less than a reasonable degree of care; (c) not disclose Confidential Information to any third party except (1) to Affiliates or employees, consultants, and agents who (i) have a need to know it in order to carry out their obligations under the Agreement, and (ii) are under written confidentiality and non-use obligations at least as restrictive as those stated in this ToU or (2) as required by law; and (d) not modify, reverse engineer, decompile, create other works from, or disassemble any Confidential Information, to the extent applicable, unless authorized in writing by discloser.
4. INTELLECTUAL PROPERTY RIGHTS AND OWNERSHIP
No right, title or interest in any intellectual property right transfers to the other party, except for the limited rights stated in the Agreement. Customer is not obligated to provide SoloStar or its Affiliates with any suggestions, enhancement requests, or other feedback about the Service or related technology. However, if Customer does provide any feedback to SoloStar, SoloStar may use and modify it without any restriction or payment.
- Agreement Termination. Either party may terminate this ToU with a 30-day written notice of such intent to terminate.
- Effect of Termination. Termination of this ToU will not relieve Customer from its obligation to pay SoloStar any fees due and payable to SoloStar. Customer will notify Customer Users that their access to the Service has terminated.
- Multi Year Agreements. If the Customer agreement with SoloStar is a multi-year agreement, Customer agrees to provide SoloStar with a 180-day written notice of termination. Following the aforementioned delivery of notice, Customer is obligated to pay SoloStar for services during the termination period.
6. THIRD-PARTY INDEMNIFICATION
- Indemnification. SoloStar will defend and indemnify Customer, its Affiliates, and their respective directors, officers and employees from and against all third-party claims to the extent resulting from or alleged to have resulted from (a) the Service’ infringement of a third party’s intellectual property right; or (b) SoloStar’s material breach of the Agreement. Customer will defend and indemnify SoloStar, its Affiliates, and their respective directors, officers and employees from and against all third party claims to the extent resulting from or alleged to have resulted from (y) the infringement of a third party’s intellectual property right by any content, data or other information uploaded into SoloStar’s system or otherwise provided by Customer; or (z) Customer’s material breach of the Agreement.
- Indemnification Procedures. Each party will notify the other in writing of any third-party claim. The indemnifying party will (a) control the defense of the claim; and (b) obtain the other party’s prior written approval of the indemnifying party’s settlement or compromise of a claim. The indemnified party will (y) not unreasonably withhold or delay its approval of the request for settlement or compromise; and (z) assist and cooperate in the defense as reasonably requested by the indemnifying party at the indemnifying party’s expense.
7. LIMITATION OF LIABILITY
- Damages Waiver. To the fullest extent permitted by law, neither party, including its respective Affiliates, will be liable to the other in connection with the Agreement for lost profits or lost business opportunities, loss of data, or any indirect, incidental, consequential, special or punitive damages.
- Liability Cap. Neither party, including its respective Affiliates, will be liable to the other in connection with the Agreement for an amount that exceeds the total fees paid or payable to SoloStar during the 12-month period before the event giving rise to the liability.
- Exclusions. The limitations of liability stated in sections 7.1 and 7.2, do not apply to a party’s (a) confidentiality or indemnification obligations; (b) liability for fraud, gross negligence or intentional misconduct; (c) liability for death or personal injury; or (d) violation of the other party’s intellectual property.
8. GOVERNING LAW
The Agreement is governed by the laws of the State of California and any action or proceeding related to the Agreement will be brought in a federal court in the Northern District of California. Each party irrevocably submits to the jurisdiction and venue of the applicable courts. The prevailing party in any litigation may seek to recover its legal fees and costs.