ESlog Terms and Conditions: (May 2018)
Limitation of Liability:
Whilst all care has been taken with the provision of ESlog, neither EScIS nor its suppliers or other related entities are able to accept financial or other liability incurred by users or organisations as a result of using or storing data in ESlog. This may include, but is not limited to the following:
- Service unavailability, unless explicitely agreed in writing. Service unavailability may be due to network, software, hardware or other issues.
- Accuracy of the data received into, or presented by ESlog. It is the responsibility of the end user to confirm the accuracy and completeness of the data uploaded to and displayed in ESlog.
- Defects or Bugs. It is not guaranteed that the software is completely free of defects or bugs. If any issue is identified in the software, EScIS will undertake to correct it as soon as practically possible.
- ESlog is provided free for private or commercial use.
- No support is provided for users. A user forum for users to interact is available at http://www.esdat.net/forum/topics/4-ESlog
- Support for ESlog exports from ESdat is only provided for logs shipped with ESdat. Support for troubleshooting or refining user customised ESlog exports is only available where a seperate agreement exists
Fit for Purpose:
- All data is confidential and remains in the users browser, ie is not transferred over networks or the internet to a server.
- The system is provided "as is" and the user must determine it's suitability for any particular purpose.
- We may revise these Terms from time to time, and will always post the most current version on our website. By continuing to use or access ESlog after the revisions come into effect, you agree to be bound by the revised Terms.
- The software is protected by copyright as well as international treaties regarding the protection of intellectual property.
- Any dispute will initially be addressed via consultation and negotiation in good faith and a spirit of mutual cooperation.
- Governing Law: Usage of the software and any related disputes will be governed by the laws of the Commonwealth of NSW, Australia. The United Nations Convention on Contracts for the International Sale of Goods is specifically disclaimed.