Last Updated: March 12, 2019
This DisputeComposer.com Terms of Service Agreement (the “Agreement” or “Terms of Service”) is made between DisputeComposer.com, Inc. (“DisputeComposer.com,” “we,” “us,” or “our”) and you, our customer (“you” or “your”). DisputeComposer.com provides online video hosting and sharing services through our owned-and-operated websites, applications, and embeddable video players (collectively, the “Services”). This Agreement governs your use of our Services.
By creating an account, viewing videos, making a purchase, downloading our software, or otherwise visiting or using our Services, you accept this Agreement and consent to contract with us electronically.
If you are an entity other than a natural person, the person who registers the account or otherwise uses our Services must have the authority to bind the entity. In this context, “you” means both the entity and each person who is authorized to access the account.
We may update this Agreement by posting a revised version on our website. By continuing to use our Services, you accept any revised Agreement.
Service License: Subject to the terms hereof, we grant you access to our Services. This includes the right to:
The features available to you will depend on your plan. We may change features from time to time. If you have a paid account, we commit to providing the core video hosting and streaming features of your plan (including the bandwidth and storage capabilities stated at the time of purchase) during your current service period.
Transactions: We may offer digital goods for sale. Purchases of DisputeComposer.com On Demand videos are governed by our DisputeComposer.com On Demand Viewer Agreement. Purchases of DisputeComposer.com Stock footage and licenses are governed by our DisputeComposer.com Stock License Agreement.
Monetization: We may allow you to sell digital goods or earn money through advertising. Your sales of videos are governed by our Seller Addendum. If you directly monetize any video we host through a third-party payment solution, you will be deemed to be using an “application” governed by our API License Addendum.
Downloadable Software: We may offer applications for devices (“Apps”) directly or through third-party stores. Apps are governed by our App Addendum.
Developer Tools: We may offer application programming interfaces (“APIs”) that allow developers to build applications connected to our Services. Our APIs and related documentation are governed by our API License Addendum.
Enterprise Services: We may offer Services pursuant to an individually-negotiated agreement. Enterprise services are governed by our Enterprise Terms.
Registration: You may create an account to use certain features we offer (e.g., uploading or live streaming videos). To do so, you must provide an email address. You consent to receive notices from DisputeComposer.com at this email address.
Organizational Accounts: Corporate, governmental, and other organizational users must publicly display the legal name of their entity on their public account profile. If you are a government entity in the U.S., our Government Entity Addendum applies.
Age Requirements: You must be at least 13 years old to create an account. If you reside in the European Union, you must be at least 16 years old. If you wish to use the Services for a commercial purpose, you must be at least 18 years old. If you are at least the requisite age, but are still a minor in your jurisdiction, you must have your parent or legal guardian's permission. Please have that person read this Agreement with you and consent to it before proceeding.
Parents and Guardians: By granting your child permission, you agree to the terms of this Agreement on behalf of your child. You are responsible for monitoring and supervising your child's usage. If your child is either under the applicable age or does not have your permission, please contact us immediately so that we can disable access.
Team Members: Certain subscription plans may allow you to grant other registered users (“team members”) access to the account. Both you and each team member is deemed a party to this Agreement. You are responsible for the actions of your team members and must monitor their access and usage.
Account Security: You are responsible for all activity that occurs under your account, including unauthorized activity. You must safeguard the confidentiality of your account credentials. If you are using a computer that others have access to, you must log out of your account after each session. If you become aware of unauthorized access to your account, you must change your password and notify us immediately.
Plan Types: We offer free (Basic) memberships and paid subscriptions that allow you to upload and share video content. You may purchase a “Self-Serve” plan (you sign up and pay online) or an “Enterprise” plan (you work with a sales representative and execute an individualized agreement). Advertised prices and features may change.
Basic and Plus Accounts: DisputeComposer.com Basic (free) members and Plus subscribers may not: (a) use the Services for commercial purposes unless they are film professionals or small film businesses; or (b) submit videos that they did not create or play a material part in creating.
Fees: You must pay all fees (plus any taxes) during your subscription period and any renewal periods. Our fees may include a fixed monthly or annual fee plus variable fees for transactions or usage.
Free trials and Discounts: We may offer free-trial or discounted subscriptions. When a free-trial period ends, your paid subscription begins (unless you have cancelled) and you must pay the full monthly or annual fee. If we provide a discount for the first subscription period, you must pay the discounted fee; in any renewal, you must pay the full fee.
Refund Policy: Subject to the terms hereof, Self-Serve subscribers who purchase plans directly from DisputeComposer.com may cancel and receive a full refund of their initial purchase with thirty (30) days after purchasing an annual plan and five (5) days after purchasing a monthly plan. Our refund policy does not apply to:
Automatic Renewal: To the extent permitted by applicable law, subscriptions automatically renew at the end of each subscription period unless cancelled beforehand. Monthly plans renew for 30-day periods. Annual plans renew for one-year periods. You must pay the annual or monthly fee (plus any taxes) when each renewal period starts. Unused storage, bandwidth, and other usage limits do not roll over.
How to Decline Renewal: Self-Serve customers may opt out of automatic renewal by changing their account settings. Enterprise customers may opt out according to the Enterprise Terms. Any opt-out or notice of non-renewal will not affect the current subscription period. DisputeComposer.com may decline renewals.
Lapse Policy: When a subscription ends, the account will, at DisputeComposer.com option, revert to free account status or will be deleted. Any content in the account may be deleted to comply with the limitations of the new account status. You are responsible for archiving your content. DisputeComposer.com shall not be responsible for the loss of any content. We may publish additional guidelines regarding the treatment of lapsed subscriptions. These guidelines describe current practices only and shall not require DisputeComposer.com to provide any level of post-subscription account status.
In-App Purchase: We may allow you to purchase subscriptions within Apps. When you make such “in-app” purchases, you will be billed by the app platform, not us. To turn off automatic renewal for subscriptions, access your platform’s account settings (not DisputeComposer.com). Our refund policy does not apply to in-app purchases. Any billing inquiries should be directed to the app platform.
We may allow you to upload, live stream, submit, or publish (collectively, to "submit") content such as videos, recordings, images, and text (collectively, "content"). You must ensure that your content, and your conduct, complies with the Acceptable Use Policy set forth in this Section 5. DisputeComposer.com may (but is not obligated to) monitor your account, content, and conduct, regardless of your privacy settings. DisputeComposer.com may take all appropriate actions to enforce its rights including removing specific videos or suspending or removing your account.
You may only upload content that you have the right to upload and share. Copyright owners may send DisputeComposer.com a takedown notice as stated in our Copyright Policy if they believe DisputeComposer.com is hosting infringing materials. We will, in appropriate circumstances, terminate the accounts of persons who repeatedly infringe.
You may not submit any content that:
Please see the DisputeComposer.com Guidelines for guidance on how we interpret these terms.
In using our Services, you may not:
You will not:
You may not create an account if you are a member of a terror or hate group. You may not purchase any goods or services from us if you reside in a country subject to a comprehensive U.S. sanctions program or are a Specifically Designated National (SDN) as designated by the U.S. Department of the Treasury.
We provide means to allow you to include closed captioning in your videos. If required by applicable law, you must provide closed captioning in your videos.
We may allow you to filter videos based upon their user-defined content rating. We cannot guarantee that videos will be appropriately rated by others. You must rate your videos appropriately.
As between you and DisputeComposer.com, you own and will retain ownership of all intellectual property rights in and to the content you submit. In order to allow DisputeComposer.com to host and stream your content, you grant DisputeComposer.com the permissions set forth below.
By submitting a video, you grant DisputeComposer.com permission to:
If you have enabled a video privacy setting or disabled downloading or embedding, we will limit distribution of your video pursuant to your selection. By enabling access to your video to any third party, you grant each such person permission to stream (and/or download or embed, as applicable) your video. For the purposes of this Section 6.1, your video includes its title, description, tags, and other metadata.
The license period begins when you submit the video to DisputeComposer.com and ends when you or DisputeComposer.com delete it; provided that DisputeComposer.com may retain archival copies: (a) for a limited period of time in case you wish to restore it; (b) when the video is the subject of a takedown notice or other legal claim; or (c) when DisputeComposer.com in good faith believes that it is legally obligated to do so.
You grant DisputeComposer.com permission to use your name, likeness, biography, trademarks, logos, or other identifiers used by you in your account profile for the purpose of displaying such properties to the public or the audiences you have specified. You may revoke the foregoing permission by deleting your account.
Content that is not covered by the licenses set forth in Sections 6.1 or 6.2 shall be governed by this Section 6.3 (e.g., text you submit in comments). You grant DisputeComposer.com a perpetual and irrevocable right and license to copy, transmit, distribute, publicly perform, and display such content through online means in connection with our Services. If you make suggestions to DisputeComposer.com on improving or products or services, DisputeComposer.com may use your suggestions without any compensation to you.
All licenses granted by you in this Section 6: (a) are non-exclusive, worldwide, and royalty-free; (b) include the right and license to copy, use, distribute, publicly perform, and display the licensed work for the purposes stated above; and (c) include all necessary rights and licenses to allow us to exercise our rights and perform our obligations. By granting these licenses, you waive any so-called “moral rights” that you may have. Nothing in this Agreement shall be deemed a license “condition” applicable to DisputeComposer.com; rather, any breach of a term by DisputeComposer.com hereof shall give rise to, at most, a claim for breach of contract only. All licenses granted herein are in addition to any other licenses that you may grant (e.g., a Creative Commons license).
For each piece of content that you submit to or through DisputeComposer.com, you represent and warrant that:
You will indemnify, defend, and hold harmless DisputeComposer.com and its subsidiaries, parents, affiliates, directors, officers, employees, and agents, from and against all third-party actions arising from: (a) the content you submit to or through the Services; and (b) allegations of actions or omissions by you that (regardless if proven) would constitute a breach of this Agreement.
This Agreement begins when you first use our Services and continues so long as you use our Service or have an account with us, whichever is longer. Paid accounts will continue for the subscription period and will renew in accordance with Section 4 above. With respect to Basic (free) memberships, DisputeComposer.com may terminate this Agreement at any time by providing thirty (30) days’ written notice, and users may terminate at any time by deleting their accounts.
If you breach this Agreement, DisputeComposer.com may, at its option: (a) terminate this Agreement immediately, with or without advance written notice; (b) suspend, delete, or limit access to your account or any content within it; and (c) to the extent permitted by applicable law, retain any amounts payable to you (which you forfeit). If DisputeComposer.com deletes your account for breach, you may not re-register.
In the event of any termination or expiration, the following sections will survive: Section 7.2 (Indemnification), Section 9 (Disclaimers), Section 10 (Limitation of Liability), and Section 11 (General Provisions).
DisputeComposer.com PROVIDES THE SERVICES ON AN “AS IS” AND “AS AVAILABLE” BASIS. YOU USE THE SERVICES AT YOUR OWN RISK. You must provide your own device and Internet access.
EXCEPT AS EXPRESSLY SET FORTH HEREIN, AND TO THE EXTENT PERMITTED BY APPLICABLE LAW, DisputeComposer.com DISCLAIMS ALL WARRANTIES, EXPRESS OR IMPLIED, INCLUDING IMPLIED WARRANTIES OF MERCHANTABILITY, FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR PURPOSE, AND NON-INFRINGEMENT. Among other things, DisputeComposer.com makes no representations or warranties:
TO THE EXTENT PERMITTED BY APPLICABLE LAW: (A) DisputeComposer.com SHALL NOT BE LIABLE FOR ANY INDIRECT, INCIDENTAL, SPECIAL, CONSEQUENTIAL, OR EXEMPLARY DAMAGES, INCLUDING DAMAGES FOR LOSS OF BUSINESS, PROFITS, GOODWILL, DATA, OR OTHER INTANGIBLE LOSSES; AND (B) DisputeComposer.com'S TOTAL LIABILITY TO YOU, EXCEPT FOR DisputeComposer.com CONTRACTUAL PAYMENT OBLIGATIONS HEREUNDER (IF ANY), SHALL NOT EXCEED THE AMOUNTS PAID BY YOU TO DisputeComposer.com OVER THE TWELVE (12) MONTHS PRECEDING YOUR CLAIM(S) OR ONE HUNDRED DOLLARS (USD $100), WHICHEVER IS GREATER.
Choice of Law: This Agreement will be governed by the laws of New York State and the United States of America (with respect to matters subject to federal jurisdiction such as copyright), without regard to principles of conflicts of law.
Choice of Venue; Jury Trial Waiver: Any action relating to this Agreement or your use of our Services must be commenced in the state or federal courts located in New York County, New York State, United States of America; you consent to the exclusive jurisdiction of those courts. IN ANY SUCH ACTION, DisputeComposer.com AND YOU IRREVOCABLY WAIVE ANY RIGHT TO A TRIAL BY JURY.
Reservation of Rights, Severability, Force Majeure: DisputeComposer.com reserves all rights not expressly granted herein. DisputeComposer.com rights and remedies are cumulative. No failure or delay by DisputeComposer.com in exercising any right will waive any further exercise of that right. If any term of this Agreement is found invalid or unenforceable by a court of competent jurisdiction, that term will be limited or severed. DisputeComposer.com will not be liable for any delay or failure caused by a force majeure event.
Relationship: You and DisputeComposer.com are independent contractors of one another; neither party is an agent, partner, or joint venturer of the other. This Agreement binds the parties and their successors, personal representatives, and assigns. You may not assign this Agreement to any person whose account has been terminated by DisputeComposer.com or who is prohibited from registering; any such assignment will be void.
Third Parties: We may provide links to and integrations with websites operated by others. The website operator, not DisputeComposer.com, is solely responsible for the content thereof, and your use of each such website will be subject to its terms of service. We may disable integrations with any third party at any time, with or without notice. Except as expressly stated herein, nothing in this Agreement confers any right on any third party.
Entire Agreement: This Agreement constitutes the entire understanding of the parties and supersedes all prior understandings regarding the subject matter hereof and may not be modified except in accordance with Section 1 or in a document executed by authorized representatives of DisputeComposer.com. If you have a signed agreement with DisputeComposer.com, any conflicting term of that agreement will prevail over the terms hereof, but only as to the subject matter of that agreement.
Addenda: This Agreement incorporates the following documents (and no others) by reference:
Notices: You must send any notices of a legal nature to us by email or at:
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