“Account” means the record of all Charges due from a Customer.
“Agreement” means the Agreement between Mediahawk and the Customer in respect of the Services incorporating these terms and conditions.
“Agent” means an individual who has been enabled to use the “Outbound” service.
“Artificial inflation of traffic” means a situation where the flow of Calls to any particular Revenue Share Service is as a result of any activity by or on behalf of the party operating that Revenue Share Service disproportionate to the flow of Calls which would be expected from good faith commercial practice and usage of the network.
“Call” means a signal, message or communication which can be silent, visual (including text) or spoken.
“Call charge” means the applicable telephone charges for inbound and outbound services as shown on the Quote or Order Confirmation or referred to on the Quote or Order Confirmation and are charged based on UTC/ BST time zone.
“Call recording” means a computer based recording of a call stored on the Mediahawk platform.
“Charges” means the charges payable in respect of the Services (as amended from time to time in accordance with clause 6 below) as set out in the Quote or Order Confirmation or as otherwise notified to the Customer before they are incurred.
“CLI” means Caller Line Identity.
“Consumer protection lists” the lists that may from time to time be compiled and published by OFCOM of companies and individual’s that have caused serious or repeated harm to consumers or of companies and individuals that are under assessment
“Credit limit” means the amount of Call Charges allowed by a Customer in each month. This will be agreed and can be varied by mutual consent.
“Customer” means the party named as such on the Quote or Order Confirmation to whom Mediahawk agrees to provide Services and by whom Charges are payable.
“Data protection” Data Protection Laws” incorporates (i) EU GDPR – General Data Protection Regulation (EU regulation 2016/679) (ii) UK GDPR General Data Protection Regulation and the Data Protection Act 2018 as applied, varied, supplemented and replaced by the laws of England from time to time (“GDPR”) and other applicable laws governing data privacy.
“Dynamic” means a product developed by Mediahawk which automatically allocates telephone numbers for a limited period of time to individual website visitors. This product provides the Customer with temporary not permanent use of a Telephone Number.
“Emergency services” has the same meaning as in the General Conditions of Entitlement.
“Employee Threshold” means an undertaking for which more than ten individuals work (whether as employees or volunteers or otherwise).
“General conditions of entitlement” means the conditions of entitlement to provide a network or service set by the Office of Communications (OFCOM) pursuant to Part II of the Communications Act 2003 from time to time.
“Intellectual property rights” means any copyright, patents, design patents, registered designs, design rights, trademarks, service marks, trade secrets, know how, trade or business names, domain names and any other rights of a similar nature together with all registrations, applications to register and rights to apply for registration of any of the above rights and any licenses of or in respect of such rights.
“Interim invoice” means the provision of an invoice by a Customer should they exceed their Credit Limit in any month.
“Mediahawk client services” means the Mediahawk employees responsible for liaising with Customers and can be contacted by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org or by telephoning +44(0)333 222 8333 between the hours of 08:30 and 17:00 Monday to Friday GMT / BST (excluding UK public holidays).
“Mediahawk” means Media Hawk Limited, a limited company incorporated in England and Wales (registration number 4432034) having its registered office at 28–31 The Stables, Wrest Park, Silsoe, Bedfordshire, MK45 4HR.
“Minimum period” means the notice period required to terminate this agreement and is 30 days unless otherwise specified on the Quote or Order Confirmation.
“Minimum call charge” means the minimum Call Charge that will be applied for a call duration as set out in the Quote or Order Confirmation, section 6.16 below or as otherwise notified to the Customer before they are incurred.
“Nuisance call(s)” means an unwanted Call that causes annoyance, inconvenience or anxiety to the receiver of the Call, and/or is a hoax Call, and/or is of an offensive, spiteful, abusive, indecent, defamatory, obscene, or menacing nature, and/or Calls which cause the called person to experience silence when the Call is answered in circumstances where the called person has no means of establishing whether there is a person at the other end of the line, and/or Calls which are not compliant with OFCOM’s statement of policy on persistent misuse published in accordance with section 130 of the Communications Act 2003 as amended from time to time.
“Operator” means the provider of access to the Telecommunications Network.
“Order” means a Customer’s order for Services made on a Quote or Order Agreement or otherwise notified to Mediahawk by the Customer.
“Order confirmation” lists the Services, Charges, Call Charges, Minimum Period, Notice Period and frequency of those charges to be paid for by the Customer and provided by Mediahawk.
“Outbound” means the provision of a voice telecommunications service which enables the Customer to make outbound calls to local, national, international, mobile and/or non- geographic telephone numbers by means of a two-stage dialling process for the sole purpose of statistical analysis.
“Presentation number” means a number nominated or provided by the caller that can identify that caller or be used to make a return or subsequent Call.
“Publicly available telephone service (PATS)” has the same meaning as in the General Conditions of Entitlement.
“Services” means connection to the Telecommunications Network, management reports, provision of Telephone Numbers, and the provision of other telecommunications services (such as network call recording) as set out in one or more Quotes or Order Agreements for the Customer or otherwise agreed by the parties from time to time.
“Static” means an individual or multiple individual static number that are allocated to a client on a fixed basis. This product provides the Customer for the duration of this contract the use of a Telephone Number for tracking purposes.
“Small Business Customer” means, a Customer who is neither: (a) himself a Communications Provider; nor (b) a person who is such a Customer in respect of an undertaking for which more than ten (10) individuals work (whether as employees or volunteers or otherwise).
“Spam” means an unsolicited marketing message not permitted under the terms of the Data Protection Legislation.
“Speech analytics” means the electronic processing and conversion of the content of a call contained in “Call Recordings” to a time-aligned speech to text output.
“Subscription” means the proportion of Charges for accessing Mediahawk’s reporting platform and setup of the Services.
“Telecommunications network” means the public and private telecommunications systems accessed by the Telephone Number or by which the Services are made available.
“Telephone number” means the non-geographic telephone number(s) or geographic telephone number(s) which is allocated to a Customer and which is forwarded to a telephone number agreed between the Customer and Mediahawk or is forwarded to a number decided by the Customer at the point of dialling.
“Terms and conditions agreement” means the online terms and conditions agreement acceptance form.
“Quote” lists the Services, Charges, Call Charges, Minimum Period, Notice Period and frequency of those charges to be paid for by the Customer and provided by Mediahawk.
2.1 Mediahawk shall provide Services to the Customer in accordance with the terms and conditions of this Agreement.
2.2 This Agreement will continue unless and until it is terminated by either party giving the other the required Minimum Notice Period as outlined in Clause 10 below or as in accordance with clause 9 below.
2.3 The Services are supplied subject to all limitations of the Telecommunications Network including the risk of imposed prefix or number changes. Mediahawk shall use all reasonable endeavours to maintain the Services 24 hours, 7 days per week including bank and public holidays but Mediahawk shall not be liable for any failure to maintain the Services whether this arises from a technical or other failure of Mediahawk, the Telecommunications Network or otherwise. Mediahawk does not warrant that the Services will be fault free or free of interruptions. In the event of any fault, breakdown or interruption in the Services the Customer should notify Mediahawk.
2.4 Mediahawk shall be entitled to:
2.4.1 change the technical specification of the Services (provided that such changes do not materially affect the performance of the Services) where necessary for operational reasons, statutory or regulatory requirements; and
2.4.2 suspend the Services for operational reasons or in case of emergency; and
2.4.3 give the Customer instructions which Mediahawk believes to be necessary for health and safety reasons or for maintaining the quality of the Services.
2.5 Mediahawk is unable to guarantee that all overseas systems will be able to connect to the Telephone Number or that telephone keypads will use the same alphanumeric combinations as are currently used in the UK.
2.6 Mediahawk is unable to guarantee that the Mediahawk system will be able to fully report all details on International numbers.
2.7 When Mediahawk receive an incoming call, we perform basic normalisation on the CLI to the E.164 formatting, otherwise, we will pass the CLI exactly as we receive it.
2.8 Each Order will with these terms comprise a separate contract between the parties unless the Order specifies that it is an amendment to an existing contract.
2.9 Where an Order covers more than one Telephone Number each Telephone Number shall be deemed the subject of a separate and severable Agreement.
2.10 Mediahawk shall setup the account within 24 hours and commission the Services within 5 working days upon acceptance of the Terms and Conditions Agreement.
2.11 Mediahawk shall provide the Customer with call data records for 120 days on a rolling basis unless otherwise agreed. Mediahawk reserves the right to archive data over 120 days of age and charge for access to the archive.
2.12 Mediahawk shall provide the Customer with access to call recording for 30 days on a rolling basis unless otherwise agreed. Mediahawk reserves the right to archive recordings over 30 days of age but to a maximum of 60 days and charge for access to the archive.
2.13 A Customer which has purchased Dynamic is subject to a fair use policy. Telephone numbers which are automatically allocated to a Customer will be removed without notice where in the opinion of Mediahawk they do not generate enough call traffic to justify their allocation.
2.14 The SERVICES provided by Mediahawk are not a Publicly Available Telephone Service (PATS) as the Service is limited to creating a two-stage dialling process for the sole purpose of statistical analysis.
2.15 The SERVICES are also not a telecommunications service defined in Title 47 Section 52.5(j) of the United States of America Code of Federal Regulations and therefore will not connect calls to 911 or other emergency numbers used in the United States of America.
2.16 The SERVICES do not allow the Customer to make calls to EMERGENCY SERVICES. The Customer must make alternative communications arrangements to ensure that they can make emergency calls if needed. Mediahawk’s software and products are not intended to support or carry emergency calls to any type of “Emergency Services” or any other kind of services that connect a user to emergency organisations. The Customer acknowledges and agrees that:
2.17 Mediahawk undertakes that it will not allocate any Services to a Customer or a potential Customer who appear at the date of the request for allocation on any the lists that may at any time in the future be compiled and published by Ofcom of companies and individuals that have caused serious or repeated harm to consumers (“Number Refusal List”) or of companies and individuals that are under assessment (“Under Assessment List”) (together the “Consumer Protection Lists” and each a “Consumer Protection List”). Mediahawk on its part will not allocate any Services to any party on the Consumer Protection Lists.
3.1 Mediahawk will use all reasonable endeavours to provide the Services but Mediahawk shall not be liable for any failure resulting from factors outside Mediahawk’s control. In particular, Mediahawk is not responsible for the operation of the Telecommunications Network.
3.2 Mediahawk will provide access to its web site for the provision of call data during the hours of 8.30 am and 7.30 pm GMT / BST (excluding UK public holidays during business days. Mediahawk will endeavour to have all planned maintenance outside of these hours but reserves the right in unforeseen circumstances to maintain the site during office hours in which case Mediahawk shall not be liable for non-provision of the call data reports.
3.3 Mediahawk is registered under UK GDPR General Data Protection Regulation and the Data Protection Act 2018 and agrees to fulfil its obligations imposed by the EU GDPR – General Data Protection Regulation (EU regulation 2016/679) and the UK GDPR General Data Protection Regulation and the Data Protection Act 2018 as applied, varied, supplemented and replaced by the laws of England from time to time (“GDPR”)
4.1 Each party undertakes to comply with its obligations under relevant applicable Data Protection Laws.
4.2 The Customer is the data controller and Mediahawk is the data processor in respect of any personal data that Mediahawk processes in the course of providing Services. Personal data is derived from data provided by the Customer and is not checked or monitored by Mediahawk. Mediahawk has no liability or responsibility whatsoever howsoever arising directly or indirectly to the Customer for the accuracy, content or use of such personal data under this clause 4.2, provided that such use is in accordance with the instructions of the Customer’s and Mediahawk’s obligations set out in these Terms.
4.3 The Customer shall:
4.4 The Customer is not permitted to conduct vulnerability scanning, or any form of penetration testing against the Services or application servers.
4.5 The Customer and Mediahawk agree to be bound by the obligations set out by the EU GDPR – General Data Protection Regulation (EU regulation 2016/679) and the UK GDPR General Data Protection Regulation and the Data Protection Act 2018 as applied, varied, or supplemented and replaced by the laws of England from time to time (“GDPR”) and as outlined in The Data Processing Agreement which is available at https://www.mediahawk.co.uk/data-processing-agreement/.
5.1 The Customer shall at all times:
5.1.1 comply with any reasonable directions or instructions (including requests for assistance or information) issued from time to time by Mediahawk in connection with the Services;
5.1.2 not be entitled by reason of any set-off, counter claim, abatement or analogous deduction to withhold payment of any amount due to Mediahawk without the written agreement of Mediahawk;
5.1.3 acknowledge that Mediahawk will cooperate fully with the Police and any other relevant authorities (including but not limited to HM Revenue & Customs and the Trading Standards Office) in connection with any misuse or suspected misuse of the Services and the Customer consents to Mediahawk co-operating with any other telecommunications operators in connection with any fraudulent activity related to or connected with the Services and agrees that Mediahawk shall be entitled to divulge the name and address and account information relating to the Customer to such third parties;
5.1.4 indemnify and hold Mediahawk harmless against all liabilities, claims, damages, losses, costs and proceedings howsoever arising from any improper use of the Services;
5.1.5 indemnify Mediahawk and any underlying network service provider against any claims by any third party relating to use of the Presentation Number;
5.1.6 take appropriate security measures to safeguard the use of or access to the Services by any unauthorised person. The Customer is responsible for any person who has access to the Services and must ensure that they comply with this contract;
5.1.7 comply with all applicable UK Legislation, including the EU GDPR – General Data Protection Regulation (EU regulation 2016/679) and the UK GDPR General Data Protection Regulation and the Data Protection Act 2018 and any OFCOM or FSA regulations and PCI-DSS compliance relating to the use of the Services, Call Recording or Speech Analytics. The Customer may contact Mediahawk for information regarding features which may support PCI-DSS compliance;
5.1.8 comply with any applicable non UK Legislation, including Data Protection Acts, in country Telecommunication or financial authorities regulations and compliance relating to the use of the Services, Call Recording or Speech Analytics and;
5.2 The Customer will keep its password and other access details for use with the Services confidential and restricted to those members of staff who need to know such details and shall ensure all such staff are aware of the confidential nature of such information and treat it accordingly. The Customer shall notify Mediahawk immediately if it believes that such information is no longer secret. The Customer is solely responsible for all activities resulting from use of the Customer’s password or account. The Customer will not permit any person to access the Services for any unauthorised purpose that would constitute a breach of these Terms.
5.3 Whilst Mediahawk carry out testing of numbers We cannot test all connections, it is essential that the Customer test any numbers that have been applied to your account before go live, Mediahawk cannot be held responsible if incorrect numbers are placed on advertising.
5.4 The customer agrees that Mediahawk cannot guarantee a CLI will be presented to the called party and that any CLI passed to Mediahawk may not be the originating CLI or the CLI may have been altered.
5.5 The Mediahawk Outbound service allows the Customer to amend the Presentation Number CLI, the Customer acknowledges and agrees that:
5.6 The Customer will ensure access to an alternative telephone service for calling Emergency Services.
5.7 The Customer must not use Mediahawk Services:
5.7.1 in a way that does not comply with the terms of any legislation or any codes of practice, regulations or any licence or authorisation applicable to the Company, Customer or End User (as appropriate) or that is in any way unlawful or fraudulent or to the knowledge of the Company or End User has any unlawful or fraudulent purpose or effect;
5.7.2 in connection with (without prejudice to the generality of clause 5.7.1 above) the carrying out of fraud or a criminal offence against any other public electronic communications operator;
5.7.3 in any way that constitutes ARTIFICIAL INFLATION OF TRAFFIC;
5.7.4 in a way that does not comply with any instructions given under clause 2.4.3;
5.7.5 in a way that in Mediahawk’s reasonable opinion could materially affect the quality of any electronic communications service or other service provided by Mediahawk or any third party;
5.7.6 to make Nuisance Calls or Spam;
5.7.7 to threaten, harass, stalk, abuse, disrupt or otherwise violate or infringe the rights (including but not limited to copyright, rights of privacy and publicity) of others;
5.7.8 to obtain access, through whatever means, to notified restricted areas of the underlying network;
5.7.9 to send and receive data or call traffic in such a way or in such amount so as to adversely affect the network (or any part of it) which underpins any Mediahawk Service or to adversely affect other customers of Mediahawk or of its suppliers;
5.7.10 to engage in conduct which amounts to improper or persistent misuse of a public electronic communications network or service within the meaning of sections 127 to 128 of the Communications Act 2003; or
5.7.11 in a way which (in the reasonable opinion of Mediahawk) brings the name of Mediahawk into disrepute, or which places Mediahawk in breach of the Communications Act 2003.
5.8 The Customer warrants and procures that it is, and at all times until the termination of this Agreement, an undertaking as defined in the Employee Threshold and that it is not defined as a Small Business Customer. Should a Customer be an undertaking of ten (10) or less individuals, it must inform Mediahawk within 14 days.
5.8.1 In the event that;
with which Mediahawk is obliged, or likely to be obliged to comply and the scope of which is determined by the number of individuals working in an undertaking (whether as employees or volunteers or otherwise), Mediahawk may vary the Employee Threshold at its sole discretion upon one (1) month’s written notice to Customer
5.8.2 The Customer hereby irrevocably indemnifies Mediahawk against any liability incurred by Mediahawk as a result of Mediahawk not being aware of the Customer being an undertaking for which fewer than the individuals defined in the Employee Threshold.
6.1 All services are invoiced and payable in GB pounds.
6.2 Subscription is payable on completion of the Terms and Conditions Agreement. The Subscription charges is payable as defined in the Quote or Order Confirmation and is non-refundable. All charges applicable to the subscription can be found on the Quote or Order Confirmation.
6.3 Charges and Call Charges are payable as defined in the Quote or Order Confirmation. If Charges are ascertainable in advance they may be invoiced in advance. In respect of unascertainable future charges Mediahawk may require a reasonable security deposit.
6.4 All Charges shall (save in the case of demonstrable error) be calculated by reference to data recorded or logged by Mediahawk.
6.5 If, at any time, Call Charges and other Charges in any one month exceed the Credit Limit set out on the front page of the Quote or Order Confirmation or any revision thereof, Mediahawk shall be entitled to issue the Customer with an Interim Invoice and request an immediate payment on account from the Customer and the Customer shall comply with any such request. Any extension of credit allowed to the Customer may be changed or withdrawn at any time.
6.6 Certain Services have additional costs which are outside the control of Mediahawk. Where any such charges are increased to Mediahawk it shall forthwith advise the Customer and be entitled to increase its own charges for the same Services by the same proportion.
6.7 Invoices are payable within 30 days of their invoice date and will be drawn against an approved direct debit mandate or other agreed payment method.
6.8 Mediahawk reserves the right to obtain validation of your payment card details before we provision Services. For your convenience these details are held within our 3rd party provider’s secure server environment, and payments will be taken automatically using a “Token” under a “Continuous Payment Authority” agreement (CPA).
Invoices will be issued to your registered email address as per your billing frequency in advance of any payment being taken. The invoice will detail the total amount payable and the payment terms.
If your payment details change or a payment fails, we will ask you to provide updated payment details or make arrangements to pay via an alternative method. We may suspend your account until payment is made as detailed in Section 8 of the Mediahawk T&C’s.
6.9 Overdue payments shall be subject to interest at an annual rate equal to the statutory interest rate chargeable under the Late Payment of Commercial Debts (Interest) Act 1998 both before and after judgment.
6.10 All amounts payable hereunder are exclusive of value added tax or any other applicable taxes which may from time to time be levied and such value added tax and any other such applicable taxes shall be itemised separately on all invoices and bills and payable by the Customer in addition to, and at the same time as, any Charges.
6.11 Mediahawk shall in respect of each Service be entitled to review and, if it so desires, vary from time to time the Charges and to introduce new Charges. Subject to clause 6.6 the varied or new charges shall take effect 2 weeks after written notice has been sent to the Customer detailing such variations or new Charges.
6.12 Charges may also be imposed in the following circumstances brought about by a Customer request to:
6.12.1 change the target destination number to a complex routing or alternative chargeable routing;
6.12.2 change Operator for any Telephone Number;
6.12.3 change Operator upon termination of this Agreement in respect of any Telephone Number;
6.12.4 transfer any Telephone Number to another Operator;
6.12.5 provide consultancy and other technical changes made on behalf of the Customer.
6.13 The Customer shall not dispute the amount of any Operator generated Charges unless and then only to the extent that Mediahawk is entitled to dispute such charges with the Operator.
6.14 Mediahawk will invoice the Customer with the Charges in accordance with the agreed invoice frequency. If the invoice frequency is annual the Customer will be invoiced with the Charges on the first and subsequent anniversaries of the Agreement without further notice.
6.15 The Customer is completely responsible for payment of all Call Charges incurred in the use of the Services regardless of whether the Services have been misused in anyway, including but not limited to the misuse or fraudulent use of Telephone Numbers.
6.16 Minimum Call Charges apply using the following method: Client Agreement commencement before 1st December 2016 minimum one minute charge per call; Client Agreement commencement on or after 1st December 2016 all part minutes will be rounded up to a full minute.
7.1 Mediahawk does not exclude or restrict any liability to the Customer for death or personal injury attributable to its own negligence or that of its employees or agents.
7.2 Except as stated expressly otherwise in this Agreement, in relation to the provision of Services, Mediahawk shall have no obligation, duty or liability in or for contract, tort (including negligence and breach of statutory duty) or otherwise and all other conditions, warranties, terms representations and undertaking, express or implied (whether they are implied by statute, common law or in any other way) are excluded to the fullest extent permitted by law.
7.3 Mediahawk shall not be liable for any indirect or consequential losses, damage or expenses suffered by the Customer including (but not limited to) loss of anticipated sales profits or savings, goodwill, business contracts or losses resulting from third party claims.
7.4 Notwithstanding the provisions of clause 7.3 and subject to clause 7.1, Mediahawk’s liability to the Customer for breach of contract shall be limited to £5,000. Any other liability shall be limited to the amount of relevant insurance cover carried by Mediahawk.
7.5 Mediahawk shall not be liable for the ability to contact EMERGENCY SERVICES through the Mediahawk SERVICES.
7.6 Mediahawk shall not be liable for the Customer’s failure to make alternative arrangements to access Emergency Services in accordance with clause 5.6 above.
8.1 Mediahawk may suspend all or part of the Services or any of them for so long as reasonably required or disconnect the Telephone Number at any time without notice if:
8.1.1 the Customer is in material breach of this Agreement or any other Agreement between the parties and in particular in breach of clause 4 or 5;
8.1.2 the Customer acts in such a way or permits anything to be done which, in the reasonable opinion of Mediahawk, may impair or jeopardise the operation of the Services or any part of the Telecommunications Network;
8.1.3 required to do so directly or indirectly by law or the Operator;
8.1.4 the Customer does not pay for the all the Services, Subscriptions, Call Charges due under this Agreement.
8.1.5 the Presentation Number CLI service used in a Outbound service was, or has become, inaccurate or if the Presentation Number is being misused in any way;
8.16 in the event that Mediahawk is notified by an Customer, or becomes aware by any other means, or has reasonable suspicions that a fraud or serious illegal misuse may have taken place, or will take place, Mediahawk shall be under an obligation to take immediate steps to suspend service to the Mediahawk Services or using the Mediahawk System. Mediahawk shall ensure that no further traffic is permitted on the relevant Number(s) until service is re-instated by Mediahawk at the request of the Customer.
8.2 The Customer shall remain liable for all Charges during any period of suspension attributable to the actions or omissions of the Customer.
9.1 Mediahawk may terminate this Agreement immediately by notice in writing to the Customer if:
9.1.1 the Customer is in breach of any of the terms of this Agreement or any other Agreement between the parties and does not remedy the breach within 7 days of the date of written notice from Mediahawk specifying the breach and requiring it to be remedied; or
9.1.2 any licence, permission, agreement or authorisation granted to the Operator or to Mediahawk necessary for the provision of the Services is suspended, revoked or terminated;
9.1.3 the Customer appears on a Consumer Protection List. The Company shall review the Consumer Protection Lists at intervals of three months for the duration of the allocation of Services, with the first review taking place three months from the date of this Agreement. Where a Customer on at least one of the Consumer Protection Lists, the Company must exercise the right to withdraw the Services allocated to the Customer.
10.1 If the Minimum Period is less than six calendar months this agreement may be terminated after the expiry of the Minimum Period by giving prior written notice of not less than the number of days as defined in the Notice Period.
10.2 If the Minimum Period is equal to or greater than six calendar months this agreement will renew for a duration equal to the Minimum Period on the expiry of each Minimum Period, unless prior written notice of termination is given not less than the number of days as defined in the Notice Period before the expiry of each new period.
11.1 All Intellectual Property Rights (IPRs) currently owned by Mediahawk or of its licensor will at all times remain the property of Mediahawk or of its licensor (as appropriate). To the extent that it is so entitled, Mediahawk grants the Customer a non-exclusive non-transferable licence to use the IPRs for the purpose of using the Services and for no other purpose. The Customer will not reproduce, modify, adapt, translate, reverse engineer, decompile or disassemble the software or create any derivative work based thereon or merge or include software with or in any other software.
11.2 Copyright in all documents, drawings, designs and information (including if applicable any access codes supplied to the Customer in connection with this Agreement) shall remain vested in Mediahawk or the copyright owner. Such documents, drawings, designs and information are confidential and will not be copied, disclosed or used (except for the purpose for which they were supplied) without Mediahawk’s express prior written consent.
11.3 Mediahawk shall have the exclusive right to commence, defend, conduct and settle all proceedings involving an infringement or alleged infringement of its IPRs or relating to the validity thereof. The Customer shall, at Mediahawk’s sole expense, give all reasonable assistance and such documentation as Mediahawk may (without limitation) require in connection therewith, and shall, without limitation to the generality of the foregoing, agree to be joined as plaintiff or defendant in any proceedings, provided always that Mediahawk shall have the sole right to commence, conduct settle or compromise any such proceedings and the sole right to the benefit of any settlement, compromise or award of a court, tribunal or the like.
12.1 Other than in respect of the Customer’s obligations to pay the Charges or any other payments due in accordance with this Agreement, neither party shall be liable to the other for any breach of this Agreement or failure to perform any obligation while such breach or failure was the result of any act of God, insurrection or civil disorder, war or military operations, inclement weather, failure or shortage of power supplies, flood, drought, lightning or fire, national or local emergency, acts or omissions of government, highway authority or other government or regulatory authority, compliance with any statutory obligation, industrial disputes of any kind, the acts or omissions of Network Operators or any other cause beyond that party’s reasonable control.
13.1 Formal complaints relating to the Service can be made to Mediahawk Client Services
13.2 Mediahawk will take full details of the complaint including Customer contact details and preferred choice of communication. Mediahawk will investigate with a view to resolving the complaint as quickly as possible and agree a course of action with the Customer.
13.3 Mediahawk is registered with an Alternative Dispute Resolution scheme and if it is not possible to resolve the complaint satisfactorily or if the dispute has exceeded eight weeks the Customer should contact the Alternative Dispute Resolution scheme directly. Further details may be found in the Mediahawk Code of Practice for Complaints procedure which is available by contacting Mediahawk Client Services.
14.1 Mediahawk shall address all invoices and serve any notices on the Customer pursuant to this Agreement in writing via Email to the address set out in the Quote or Order Agreement or the Customer’s registered office or any other address provided by the Customer for this purpose.
14.2 The Customer shall serve any notice pursuant to this Agreement by post on Mediahawk at its registered office address.
14.3 All documents shall be deemed served 48 hours after posting.
14.4 Subject to clause 14.5 below, the Customer acknowledges that it has not been induced to enter into this Agreement by any representations made before or on entering into this Agreement (whether made negligently or innocently or whether oral or written) and that it has only relied upon matters set out in this Agreement in deciding to enter into this Agreement.
14.5 The Customer acknowledges that the only remedy it has against Mediahawk for any misrepresentation or untrue statement shall be a claim for damages for breach of this Agreement. However, if Mediahawk has made any fraudulent representations upon which the Customer has relied, the Customer may pursue Mediahawk, and the Customer shall be entitled to all available remedies under English law.
14.6 No variation of this Agreement or waiver hereunder shall be effective unless agreed in writing by Mediahawk.
14.7 If any provision of these terms and conditions is held by any competent authority to be invalid or unenforceable in whole or in part, the validity of the other provisions of these terms and conditions and the remainder of the provisions in questions shall not be affected as a result.
14.8 The Customer shall not assign or try to assign any or all of the rights and responsibilities under the Agreement without Mediahawk’s prior approval. Mediahawk may transfer its right and obligations hereunder to a new Operator in which circumstances the Customer shall enter into a new Agreement in the same terms as this with the new Operator.
14.9 Mediahawk reserves the right to block IP addresses where it is believed there is misuse of the nominated website which results in receiving excessive visits that are not deemed to be true visitors.
14.10 Where two or more persons constitute the Customer their liability is joint and several.
14.11 Mediahawk may require a variation to the terms and conditions of the Agreement if so required by legislation, or the Operator or Mediahawk.
14.12 Mediahawk shall in its absolute discretion, be entitled to assign, sub-licence, and sub-contract or otherwise transfer this Agreement whether in whole or in part.
14.13 Any dispute as to the sum to which Mediahawk is entitled pursuant to clause 6 shall be referred to a single expert to be appointed by Agreement between the parties or in default by the application of either party to the President for the time being of the Institute of Chartered Accountants. The expert’s fees will be shared equally by the parties.
14.14 This Agreement is governed by English Law and English Courts shall have exclusive jurisdiction as regards any dispute.