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BY RUNNING ADMINBASE YOU ARE AGREEING TO BE LEGALLY BOUND BY THE TERMS AND CONDITIONS OF THIS LICENCE AGREEMENT AND AGREE TO BECOME A LICENSEE. IF YOU DO NOT AGREE TO ALL OF THE TERMS AND CONDITIONS OF THIS LICENCE AGREEMENT YOU SHOULD UNINSTALL THE SOFTWARE.
When you accept the terms and conditions of this Licence Agreement by installing AdminBase (the “Licensor”) shall immediately grant you (the “Licensee”) a limited, non-exclusive, non-transferrable licence to Use AdminBase and any and all accompanying documentation (the “Software”) on a maximum of 1 Computer, subject to the terms and conditions of this Licence Agreement. You may not transfer the Software electronically from one computer to another and may not distribute it over a network.
1. Use of the Software
2. Nature of the Software
The Software is commercially licensed software. It is not open-source, freeware or shareware. The licence fee payable for Use of the Software in accordance with this Licence Agreement is according to our list price.
3. Licensee’s Undertakings
By accepting the terms and conditions of this Licence Agreement you hereby undertake:
4. Transferring the Software
5. Limited Warranty
6. Your Statutory Rights
This Licence Agreement gives you specific legal rights and you may also have other rights that vary from one country to another. Some jurisdictions do not allow the exclusion of implied warranties, or certain kinds of limitations or exclusions of liability, so the limitations and exclusions included in this Licence Agreement may not apply to you. Other jurisdictions do allow limitations and exclusions subject to certain conditions. In such a case the limitations and exclusions included in this Licence Agreement shall apply to the fullest extent permitted by the laws of such applicable jurisdictions. If any part of the limitations or exclusions in this Licence Agreement is held to be void or unenforceable, such part shall be deemed to be deleted from this Licence Agreement and the remainder of the limitation or exclusion shall continue in full force and effect. Any rights that you may have as a consumer (i.e. a purchaser for private as opposed to business, academic or government use) are not affected.
7. Intellectual Property Rights
The Software and related documentation are copyright works of authorship and are also protected under applicable database laws. The Licensor retains ownership of the Software, all subsequent copies of the Software and all intellectual property rights subsisting therein, regardless of the form in which such copies may exist. This Licence Agreement is not a sale of the original Software or any copies thereof.
8. Term and Termination
Any questions concerning this Licence Agreement or the Software should be directed to the Licensor. Contact details are available from here.
The General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) comes into force on May 25, 2018. The GDPR applies to both individuals and businesses and along with existing data privacy legislation, it regulates the way in which personal data of EU citizens should be handled and harmonizes data privacy legislation across the EU.
Ab Initio’s role under GDPR
A ‘data controller’ is an entity that controls how and why personal data is processed and a ‘data processor’ uses, handles or works with the data under the instruction of the controller. Ab Initio is both a data controller and data processor for the purpose of existing data privacy legislation and GDPR.
How GDPR impacts Ab Initio
The company has undertaken a full review of our internal security controls and data protection mechanisms to ensure that they meet or exceed GDPR requirements.
The key elements include:
How will GDPR impact how Ab Initio does business?
To comply with GDPR Ab Initio is amending our existing Terms and Conditions, the document which sets out each party’s obligations in relation to data protection. In incorporating these updates in the Terms and Conditions, the document sets out in more detail, each party’s responsibilities in relation to how and for what reason either party is collecting, using or handling personal data.
1 – How can Ab Initio make this change?
GDPR contains a legal requirement obliging organisations to update existing contracts which deal with data protection to a more detailed standard. Ab Initio’s Terms and Conditions have been updated to reflect any changes in your contract with us and are available to view on our website.
2 – Why is Ab Initio making this change?
GDPR contains a legal requirement obliging organisations to update existing contracts that deal with data protection to a more detailed standard including statements on (i) how the parties will deal with data breaches, (ii) the assistance they will give to each other, (iii) the responsibility they have to each other.
3 – When will the changes come into effect?
The GDPR came into effect on 25th May 2018.
4 – Will this change happen every year?
No, this is a one off change.
5 – What do I need to do know?
You should read and ensure you understand and will abide by the terms contained in the amendment to your terms. You should file the amendment somewhere safe, along with your Terms and Conditions so that you can refer to them whenever necessary.
AdminBase Monthly Subscription
Terms and Conditions
This agreement sets out the terms and conditions of your AdminBase Contract until this agreement is terminated under Section 4. Throughout the period of this agreement the software remains our property.
In this Agreement, the following words and phrases shall, unless the context otherwise requires have the following meanings:-
3. Our Responsibilities to You
4. Your Responsibilities to Us
5. Ending the Agreement
6. Data Protection – applicable to HOSTED only
Signing of the AdminBase Agreement by the customer constitutes acceptance of the above terms and conditions.