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iii.   Security; Mobile Use Precautions[AC3] 

 

If you have reason to believe that your account is no longer secure (e.g., loss, theft, or unauthorized disclosure or use of your Registration Information or computer or mobile device used to access the CDISC Wiki), you must promptly change the affected Registration Information in the CDISC Wiki and notify us via the Contact Us page [AC4]  . Likewise, if you elect to receive messages or other communications from the CDISC Wiki directly to your mobile device or e-mail account, then you authorize us to send such messages and communications to the mobile phone number and/or e-mail address that you provide us for that purpose.  You are solely responsible for keeping the CDISC Wiki updated with your current mobile phone number and/or e-mail address. CDISC is not liable for any loss or damage arising from or relating to the delivery of any messages or other communications from the CDISC Wiki sent to a mobile device or e-mail account that is outdated or compromised. If you install any software or enable any service that stores information from the CDISC Wiki on any mobile device or computer, it is your sole responsibility to protect such stored information on your mobile device or computer in order to prevent unauthorized access to your information or account, including removing such information or otherwise disabling access to such software or service prior to transferring such mobile device or computer to a third party. If you sign up to receive messages or other communications from the CDISC Wiki directly to your mobile device or e-mail account, you do so subject to the terms of Section 5 below.

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We grant you a limited right to use the CDISC Wiki for your personal, noncommercial use only, or if you are an entity, then for your own internal business purposes only [AC5]  . You agree to use the CDISC Wiki only for lawful purposes and to comply with all domestic and international laws, statutes, ordinances, and regulations applicable to the CDISC Wiki and your use of the CDISC Wiki, including any applicable export control laws of the United States or any other applicable jurisdiction.  You acknowledge that your failure to comply with the foregoing may subject you to civil and criminal liability and will constitute a material breach of these Terms of Use. You will not do, attempt to do, nor permit any third party to do or attempt to do, any of the following with respect to the CDISC Wiki, except as expressly authorized in writing or as otherwise enabled by us in advance:

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The content, organization, code, software, graphics, text, images, video, design, compilation, advertising, and all other material on or available through the CDISC Wiki website (collectively the “Material”), including, without limitation, the "look and feel" of this CDISC Wiki website, are protected under applicable copyright, trademark, and other proprietary and intellectual property laws and are the property of CDISC or its licensors.

 

ii.    Use of Material 

You may download Material from the CDISC Wiki for your personal, noncommercial use only, or if you are an entity, then for your own internal business purposes only [AC6]  , but only to the extent that we have enabled the CDISC Wiki to download such Material and provided you keep intact all copyright and other proprietary notices. You may not directly or indirectly use, modify, rearrange, copy, produce, reproduce, publish, republish, upload, download, post, transmit, disclose, distribute, or redistribute, in any way, any Material or any part of the CDISC Wiki website, including the removal or alteration of any advertising, except to the extent you are expressly permitted to do so hereunder. [AC7]  Further, CDISC’s name, logos, and trade dress are trademarks or service marks of CDISC, and you may not use or reproduce these marks without our express, written consent. Any rights to the Materials or CDISC Wiki that have not been specifically granted to you herein, including any intellectual property rights thereto, are expressly reserved by CDISC.  Failure to abide by these conditions will result in the immediate termination of the permissions set forth herein and may result in legal action for the infringement of the copyrights and/or trademarks owned by CDISC or its licensors.

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  1. we may identify you as the source of the Feedback with others publicly or privately without your consent, provided that we will not use your first and last name together in doing so, except with your prior consent; [KC8] 

 

  1. we owe you no obligation, credit, or compensation whatsoever in relation to you providing us the Feedback or our use of the Feedback for any purpose whatsoever; and

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You are solely responsible for any fees or charges incurred to access the CDISC Wiki through an Internet access provider or other third party, including without limitation charges incurred to receive SMS messages or other mobile access, which may be billed to you or deducted from your prepaid balance by your mobile provider. You agree that CDISC is not liable in any way for any third party charges you may incur as a result of your use of the CDISC Wiki [AC9]  .

 

6.   Copyright Complaints

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CDISC
Attn: Legal Department
401 West 15th Street, Suite 800

Austin, TX 78701 Email: info@cdisc.org

 

 

In keeping with the requirements of the Digital Millennium Copyright Act, the notification of alleged infringement must include the following:

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Regardless of any statute or law to the contrary, you must file any Claim arising out of or related in any way to these Terms of Use, the CDISC Wiki, the Materials, or CDISC’s acts or omissions within one year after such Claim.  Otherwise, you will waive the Claim. 

11. Notices [AC10] 

 

i.          To you

 

Any notice to you allowed or required by these Terms of Use will be provided to you at the then-current contact information that we have for you and may be delivered to you by electronic means, such as e-mail, text message, or similar methods of communication.  Notices to you will be deemed received by you the same day that we send them if sent electronically, or five days after we send them if sent by mail or other form of non-electronic delivery. It is your responsibility to ensure that your contact information associated with your account is accurate and current at all times.  If you do not maintain accurate and current contact information with us, we will not be responsible if you do not actually receive any notice that we send you.

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