These Terms of Service explain the terms and conditions that apply to your access and use of the "Online-Radio-Canada.com" Service and constitutes a legally binding agreement between you and "Online-Radio-Canada.com".
Please read these Terms carefully. By using the " Online-Radio-Canada.com " Service, or Posting any of Your Content (as defined below) through the Service, you acknowledge that you have read, understood, and agree to be bound by this entire Agreement. This Agreement is a legal agreement between you and "Online-Radio-Canada.com" and the terms hereof apply to you whether you are a registered user or a visitor using the Applications (as defined below). If you do not agree with this Agreement, do not use the "Online-Radio-Canada.com" Service. We may change these Terms from time to time, so please review them regularly.
1. The Service
"Online-Radio-Canada.com" is the digital equivalent of a radio receiver. It consists of an index of radio stations designed to simplify finding radio programming from broadcast or radio sources, whether available through our website or through any software applications made available for mobile devices, computers or car systems. "Online-Radio-Canada.com" is not a broadcaster and its directory service just redirect users to specific content providers in accordance with their publicly available services. "Online-Radio-Canada.com" is an intermediary which connects (via embedded hyperlinks) users to radios broadcasting over the Internet. "Online-Radio-Canada.com" does not own any of the brands it lists or claim any rights in the content that listeners may access. "Online-Radio-Canada.com" complies with the applicable laws and fully respects third party rights. "Online-Radio-Canada.com" is not liable for any content that any of the listed radio stations broadcasts.
2. Changes to the Service
"Online-Radio-Canada.com" may change, add or remove features and functionalities of its service without notice. "Online-Radio-Canada.com" can, at its discretion, discontinue some or all of the features of the service at any time (including new updates). "Online-Radio-Canada.com" shall not be liable for any modification, suspension or discontinuance of the service. If you are dissatisfied with any changes on the service, then your only option is to no longer use "Online-Radio-Canada.com".
4. Using the Service
Our service is provided only for your personal and non-commercial use and you may not transfer "Online-Radio-Canada.com" Service to a third party. You agree that you will not resell, sublicense, transfer, rent, lease, or exploit "Online-Radio-Canada.com" Service commercially, in a whole or in a part. You agree that you will not use the "Online-Radio-Canada.com" Service in any unlawful manner and that you will not attempt to gain unauthorized access to it (by modifying it, adapting it or hacking it). Collecting or storing personal data about other users without their express permission is strictly forbidden. When using the Service through a mobile device, your wireless service carrier's standard charges, data rates and other fees may apply, and you acknowledge that you are solely responsible for all such fees and charges.
5. Third Party Content
Third Party Content definition
“Third Party Content” contemplates:
- Any broadcast radio programs, podcast or other audio content that the "Online-Radio-Canada.com" Service gives you the ability to listen to;
- Any photos, images, graphics, sound recordings, musical works, album artworks, data, information, feedback, suggestions, text, content and other materials that a third party may record, upload, post, publish, submit, deliver, provide or otherwise transmit;
- Any links or other access to websites and resources on the Internet;
Third Party Content is copyrighted and protected.
You acknowledge and agree that Third Party Content may be the copyrighted material of the third party that supplies it. Therefore the content accessed on the basis of our service that is protected by copyright law and other applicable laws, may not be reproduced, used to prepare derivative works, performed publicly or displayed publicly and distributed without the written consent of the third party that supplied it, except as permitted by applicable law.
Third Party Content may be transmitted with a variety of copy protection mechanisms, which are designed to protect the copyright interests of the relevant third party. These copy protection mechanisms may constraint or prevent the ability of the "Online-Radio-Canada.com" Service to play Third Party Content.
You understand that "Online-Radio-Canada.com" does not control the decision of a third party to institute such copy protection mechanisms. You agree that "Online-Radio-Canada.com" can not be held responsible in what concerns your or any third party’s ability to access or listen to, any Third Party Content due to a copy protection mechanism.
Due to copyright protection mechanisms it is strictly forbidden to extract, remove or otherwise change content or by any means make any attempts thereto. Any attempt to do so may subject you to liability and can result in the suspension or deletion of your account.
We are not responsible for the nature of the Third Party Content. The Service gives you the ability to listen to and access Third Party Content over which "Online-Radio-Canada.com" exercises no editorial or programming control. We are not responsible for the nature of the Third Party Content.
You also understand that:
- • The "Online-Radio-Canada.com" Service does not guarantee the access to, recording of, listening to, or viewing of any particular Third Party Content;
- • Third Party Content is not under "Online-Radio-Canada.com"’s control and the "Online-Radio-Canada.com" Service is not responsible for and does not endorse such Third Party Content;
- • Third Party Content providers may change or delete Third Party Content or schedules at any time;
6. Your Content
By posting Your Content on or through the "Online-Radio-Canada.com" Service, you agree to, and by means of this do provide "Online-Radio-Canada.com", a worldwide, non-exclusive, revocable, royalty-free, fully paid, sublicensable and transferable license to use, modify, reproduce, distribute, display, publish, transmit, communicate to the public, make available, broadcast, prepare resulting works based on Your Content.
You must be entitled to grant the rights to your content. You must not upload your content to or through the "Online-Radio-Canada.com" Service, unless you are the copyright owner or are fully authorized to grant rights in all of the elements of Your Content that you intend to upload or transmit to or through the "Online-Radio-Canada.com" Service.
Your Content definition
“Your Content” means on the whole, the graphics, images, photos, sound recordings, musical works, data, information, feedback, ideas, comments, suggestions, text, content or other materials that you post in connection with or relating to the "Online-Radio-Canada.com" Service.
7. Advertisements, Sponsorships and Partnerships
We may display advertisements for goods and/or services of third parties or other promotional materials through the Service. Your participation in promotions of any third party advertisers through the "Online-Radio-Canada.com" Service is solely between you and such third party and your participation is subject to the terms and conditions associated with that advertisement or promotion. By using the "Online-Radio-Canada.com" Service you agree that "Online-Radio-Canada.com" is not responsible or liable for any damage or loss of any sort incurred as the result of participation on those promotions. The same applies to any links to third party websites (i.e. websites not owned or operated by "Online-Radio-Canada.com") displayed in "Online-Radio-Canada.com" website.
8. Termination Of Service
You may terminate your account and your right to use the Service at any time by contacting Customer Support at firstname.lastname@example.org Nevertheless, "Online-Radio-Canada.com" is given the right to at any time for any reason or no reason, to immediately suspend or terminate your account, with or without notice to you. Your Content on the "Online-Radio-Canada.com" Service (if any) may also be permanently deleted by "Online-Radio-Canada.com" at any time, without prior notice.
9. Intellectual Property and licenses
Any software that may be made available by the Service contains proprietary and confidential information that is protected by applicable intellectual property laws. "Online-Radio-Canada.com" Service grants you a personal and non-exclusive right and license to use these software programs only for personal and non-commercial use of the "Online-Radio-Canada.com" Service. Any other rights not expressly granted herein are reserved by "Online-Radio-Canada.com". You shall not use the "Online-Radio-Canada.com" Service to perform any action of data mining, scraping or similar data gathering or extraction methods. Any use of the Service other than as specifically authorized herein is strictly prohibited. "Online-Radio-Canada.com" respects and protects the copyright and the intellectual property of others and takes this subject very seriously. We also ask our users to do the same: respect third party rights!
Infringing activity regarding intellectual property will not be tolerated on the "Online-Radio-Canada.com" Service. Upon notice from an intellectual property owner or its agent "Online-Radio-Canada.com" will remove any material from the Service that we believe is infringing the intellectual property rights of a third party by being made available through the "Online-Radio-Canada.com" Service.
"Online-Radio-Canada.com" may also remove all third party content posted by any single user after receiving more than two takedown notices. However, "Online-Radio-Canada.com" may terminate the account of any user after receipt of a single notification of claimed infringement.
10. Procedure for Reporting Claimed Infringement
If you believe that any content listed on the "Online-Radio-Canada.com" Service has been used or exploited in a manner that infringes an intellectual property right you own, you should promptly send a “Notification of Claimed Infringement” to "Online-Radio-Canada.com" at email@example.com
In order to be effective, remember to include, at least the identification of the specific material that is claimed to be infringing, a physical or electronic signature of a person authorized to act on behalf of the owner of the material that has been allegedly infringed and information that allows "Online-Radio-Canada.com" to reply to you, such as e-mail, telephone number.