1. General. This Acceptable Use Policy (“AUP”) addresses requirements applicable to Client’s use of Solutiadata’s products, solutions and services (“Solutiadata Accounting Services”).
  2. Appropriate Use. Client will not, and will not allow or authorize its users to, use Solutiadata Accounting Services to take any actions that (i) infringe on or dilute any Solutiadata or third party copyright, patent, trademark, trade secret or other proprietary rights or rights of publicity or privacy; (ii) violate any applicable law, statute, ordinance or regulation (including those regarding export control); (iii) are defamatory, libelous, trade libelous, threatening, harassing, or obscene; (iv) interfere with or disrupt any Solutiadata services or equipment or cause excessive or disproportionate load on Solutiadata or its licensors or suppliers’ infrastructure; (v) involve knowingly distributing viruses, Trojan horses, worms, or other similar harmful or deleterious programming routines; (vi) encourage conduct that violates any applicable local, state, national or international laws or regulations; or (vii) involve the unauthorized entry to any machine accessed via Solutiadata Accounting Services. If Client violates any portion of this AUP, Client accepts sole responsibility for all remedial actions and costs related to such violation, including compliance efforts and costs associated with statutory obligations or government investigations.
  3. Responsibility for Content. Solutiadata provides cloud-based and on-premise software solutions and related services and Client provides information and content. Client accepts sole responsibility for information and content collected, stored or transmitted by Solutiadata Accounting Services on behalf of Client or its end users. Client controls and approves all aspects of its constituent communications and related content. If Client acquires content from third parties for republication, Client is solely responsible for ensuring it complies with any licensing requirements associated with such content. Client acknowledges that Solutiadata exercises no control over the information passing through the Solutiadata Accounting Services, and that Solutiadata assumes no responsibility for Client’s content.
  4. Privacy Policy; Data Protection. Client agrees to post and maintain its own privacy policy concerning its collection of personal information on websites or forms developed using Solutiadata Accounting Services. Client is solely responsible for ensuring that its privacy policy complies with all applicable laws. Client shall be responsible for the accuracy, quality and legality, which includes notices, consents and “opt out” requirements, of (i) all Client data provided to Solutiadata by Client or on Client’s behalf; (ii) all Client data stored in Solutiadata Accounting Services; and (3) the means by which it acquired all Client data.
  5. Personal Information. Solutiadata Accounting Services contain designated encryption functionality for the collection and storage of bank card and account numbers and individual identification numbers issued by government agencies and financial institutions. Client shall not use Solutiadata Accounting Services to collect and store such information outside the encrypted fields within Solutiadata Accounting Services.
  6. Email Marketing. Please click here to view our Acceptable Use Policy for Solutiadata Email.
  7. Short Message Service (SMS)Please click here to view our Acceptable Use Policy for Solutiadata SMS.
  8. Enforcement of AUP. Solutiadata reserves the right to suspend the provision of Solutiadata Accounting Services or take other appropriate remedial action to address actual or suspected violations of the AUP. Solutiadata will use reasonable efforts to notify Client and provide an opportunity to cure before taking any such action, if practicable and if permitted by law. Client will cooperate with Solutiadata in investigating complaints about potential violations and in taking any corrective action that Solutiadata deems necessary to address such violations. Solutiadata reserves the right to remove any Client content from Solutiadata Accounting Services that Solutiadata determines, at its reasonable discretion, may be illegal, tortious, or infringing on the rights of a third party. If Client becomes aware of any activity that violates this AUP, Client shall promptly notify Solutiadata of any such violation and Client shall take all necessary action to cease such violation. Violations or suspected violations of this AUP shall be immediately reported to AUP-Violation@Solutiadata.com.
  9. DMCA. Client acknowledges that Solutiadata is a “service provider” as defined in 17 USC § 512(k)(1), is subject to the Digital Millennium Copyright Act (“DMCA”), and has the duties of a service provider under the DMCA. Client is solely responsible for ensuring that Client data and internet content and its provision of same to Solutiadata complies at all times with all applicable laws and regulations.
  10. AUP Updates. Solutiadata reserves the right to modify this AUP from time to time, effective upon posting a revised copy to the Solutiadata website at www.Solutiadata.com.