Terms of Service and Licensing Agreement
By creating an account or otherwise interacting with this website and content, you (“You” or “User”) agree to be bound by all the terms and conditions contained in this legal contract (“Agreement”) between yourself and Frameable Inc. (“Company” or “Frameable”).
The Company is the owner of the free and paid products, services, web pages, code, and content (all together known as the “Products”) found on this website.
1 - Usability
1.1 Frameable constantly strives to improve its Products and reserves the right to update, enhance, or introduce new functionality. These changes may affect the user experience.
1.2 Interaction with any Products, whether free or paid Products, shall be predicated on this explicit agreement by the User to accept changes to the Products going forward, according to the company’s judgment and timetable, unless otherwise agreed to in writing.
3 - Plans and Billing
3.1 Products made available for free are currently available to any user who creates a free account. Paid plans and products are available to anyone who elects to pay for enhanced functionality on a one time, monthly, annual, or customized term basis. Plans and pricing are in U.S. dollars, in some cases are listed on the website along with the plan details, and are subject to change without notice.
3.2 Frameable uses a third party service - Stripe - to process all payments. Frameable does not ever possess or save any of the credit card or banking information provided to us by our customers: this information is passed directly and securely to Stripe.
4 - Interacting with our Websites
4.1 You agree not to interact with or direct any interaction with our Products through any automated means, including bots, spiders, or crawlers, except as specified by the corresponding robots.txt file, if one exists.
4.2 You agree that you will not disrupt or attempt to disrupt the Company’s ability to conduct business or serve any of its free or paid users, or its employees.
4.3 You understand that the Company may transmit data you provide over public or publicly accessible networks, to our payment processors, storage providers, and other vendors. You understand that these transmissions will take place according to the strongest available encryption standards accepted by each vendor but that the Company does not make any guarantees or warranty about meeting any particular standard beyond those specified and supported by the vendors.
5 - Publicity
5.1 Frameable reserves the right to identify your organization by name and/or logo on our websites and in other materials if you are or have been a free user or paying customer. You may contact the Company at any time and request the Company not do so.
6 - Security
6.1 You agree to keep your account information and password confidential at all times, and to notify the Company if you believe your account may have been accessed by someone other than yourself.
6.2 You are solely responsible for all activity which occurs in your account.
6.3 Frameable uses Amazon Web Services to host (1) data provided to us by our users directly, and (2) data created by some of the users’ interactions with our graphical user interface. More information on applicable data security standards and protocols can be found here: https://aws.amazon.com/security/.
6.4 Additional information about how we keep your data secure can be found on our Security page here: https://www.frameableinc.com/security
7 - Intellectual Property
7.1 Frameable forbids any user from using our Products in a manner which violates intellectual property laws and/or rights. The Company reserves the right to remove any infringing content without warning. Furthermore, the Company reserves the right to close any user’s account in order to investigate claims of infringement, or because an internal investigation was conclusive that infringement took place.
7.2 Anyone who believes a user of our Products has violated their intellectual property should notify the Company, consistent with the forms and procedures set forth in the Digital Millennium Copyright Act (DMCA).
8 - Warranty
8.1 Frameable represents and warrants that it has the requisite rights and legal authorities to grant this license and to provide the Products as specified by this Agreement. Company makes no other warranty, expressed or implied, with respect to the product or any other information.
9 - Venue
9.1 Any dispute between the parties arising from, out of, or in connection with this Agreement (including its existence, validity or termination) shall be referred to and finally resolved by arbitration under the American Arbitration Association’s Commercial Rules Expedited Procedures, which Procedures are deemed incorporated by reference into this Section. The number of arbitrators to hear and decide the arbitration shall be three, one to be chosen by each Party, and the third to be mutually agreed upon by the first two arbitrators.
9.2 The place of arbitration shall be New York, New York. The arbitrator may, as part of its award, award all or part of the prevailing Party’s fees in the arbitration, including but not limited to reasonable attorneys’ fees and expenses.
9.3 Further, in the event that any Party brings an action in any court of law which is dismissed as a result of being in violation of this provision, such Party shall be required to pay all costs of the other Party relating to defending such action, including but not limited to court costs and reasonable attorneys’ fees and expenses.
10 - Termination and Survivability
10.1 This Agreement will continue to apply until you close your account, notify the Company in writing, and have received a confirmation from the Company that notice was received and processed.
10.2 For purposes of written notice, you may email us. Frameable may provide you with notices by email, regular mail, or by posting information on the product website(s).
10.3 Frameable may terminate this Agreement with you at any time and with immediate effect for free accounts, and with 3 days’ notice for paid accounts. In the event you cancel a paid Socialhour event before it takes place, you may reschedule the event within 3 months of the original event, or apply the payment as a credit against a different event on a mutually agreeable date, with no penalty. You acknowledge you are not entitled to a refund for an event that does not take place as scheduled unless it is cancelled by Frameable for technical reasons.
10.4 You may not assign, grant a security interest in, or in any way transfer your rights in this Agreement without the prior written consent of the Company. The Company may freely assign or transfer this Agreement in connection with a change of control, merger, acquisition, sale of assets, or similar transaction. This Agreement shall be binding upon and inure to the benefit of the parties and their respective administrators, successors and assigns.
10.5 This Agreement terminates and supersedes all prior understandings or agreements on matters addressed herein.
11 - Limitation of Liability
11.1 All warranties, whether express or implied, are hereby disclaimed, including, without limitation, the warranties of merchantability and fitness for a particular purpose. You agree that the Products are offered “as-is” and “as-available” and that you are using them at your own risk.
11.2 You agree that Frameable shall not be liable for damages of any kind, regardless of any notice or warnings. If applicable law does not permit the exclusion of damages through this mutually agreed-upon contract, then Frameable’s liability will be limited to the lesser of the maximum extent specified by applicable law or to the amount paid by you to Frameable.
12 - Changes to this Document
12.1 Company reserves the right to make changes to this Agreement at any time. The most recent version will always be posted on the site.
12.2 You understand and agree that by using the Company’s Products you are agreeing to the terms and conditions which are in effect at the time of use, even if these are different from those which were in place at the time of your purchase or account creation.
12.3 This document was last modified on 14 Jan 2022.