Application of these Terms and Conditions
These Terms and Conditions apply to all Communications which originate from Employees and which reference Web•Tech•Law.
Your Communications access, use and/or consumption is subject to these Terms and Conditions. If you do not agree to be bound by these Terms and Conditions you should not access, use and/or consume the Communications or any other form of communication these Terms and Conditions govern.
Below are a number of terms and phrases which are used in these Terms and Conditions and which have specific meanings for the purposes of these Terms and Conditions:
- “Communications” means messages, notices, documents and/or other materials which are published to or disseminated through the Social Services;
- “Contractors” means any legal or natural person who is contracted to render services or provide products to Web•Tech•Lawand who is not an Employee (“Contractor” has a corresponding meaning);
- “Employees” means web.tech.law’s Employees (“Employee” has a corresponding meaning);
- “Social Services” means online social networks, social media generally and similar communication tools including, but not limited to, blogs, Facebook, Twitter and LinkedIn;
- “Terms and Conditions” means the Terms and Conditions set out in this document.
- “Web•Tech•Law” means and/or is a reference to Web•Tech•Law (Proprietary) Limited (Registration No.: 2012/001694/07);
Personal opinions only
Communications published by Employees and reflect those Employees’ personal views, in their personal capacity. Such Communications not necessarily represent the views of their employer, Web•Tech•Law, or their employer's clients, and are not necessarily sponsored or endorsed by web.tech.law or those clients. No representation is made about the accuracy of the information presented on on or through the Communications.
The information contained in the Communications is provided only as general information for education purposes, and Communications may or may not be updated subsequent to their initial posting.
By accessing the Employees’ Communications you understand that this information is not provided in the course of professional relationship and is not intended to constitute professional advice. Communications should not be used as a substitute for competent professional advice from a suitably qualified and competent professional.
The Communications may contain information which is confidential, private or privileged in nature. If you are not the intended recipient of this information (or the intended recipient’s authorised representative) you must -
- notify the sender of this fact immediately by email, fax or telephone and delete the Communication from your system, where appropriate;
- refrain from storing, printing, copying, forwarding, extracting or disclosing any information contained in the Communication or any part thereof; and
- refrain from reading, storing, using, selling or incorporating any information contained in the Communication into any database or mailing list for whatever reason, including for, but not limited to, purposes of spamming or marketing.
Failure to do so may amount to the unlawful interception of the Communication; breach of privilege and/or confidentiality; the infringement of copyright and/or the infringement of the right to privacy, thus potentially exposing you to both criminal and civil liability.
Neither Web•Tech•Law, the Communication’s originator (whether the originator is an Employee or not), or any other web.tech.law representative shall be liable for any loss, damage or expense of whatever nature (including without limitation that caused by the corruption or loss of data, damage to software programs and interruption of business operations) resulting directly or indirectly from the transmission of the Communication (including without limitation any malicious software code or viruses transmitted together with or obtained through the Communication, or any corruption to or loss of data caused or facilitated by the Communication).
The views and opinions expressed in the Communication do not necessarily reflect Web•Tech•Law’s views and opinions. In particular, no Employee or Contractor is permitted to send (and you agree that web.tech.law shall not be liable or responsible for) -
- unsolicited commercial messages where recipients of unsolicited email have not specifically opted to receive or, having done so, have indicated their unwillingness to receive further unsolicited email (“spam”);
- messages that infringe any third party's copyright, trademarks or other rights and interests (“infringing content”) and
- messages containing content that is offensive, derogatory, racist, defamatory or otherwise unlawful (“offensive content”).
If the Communication constitutes spam, contains infringing content or offensive content, or was otherwise sent for purposes unrelated to the official business of Web•Tech•Law, web.tech.law shall not be liable for any loss, damage or expense of whatever nature, howsoever arising resulting your receipt, use and/or consumption of this Communication.
Interception and monitoring
You consent to Web•Tech•Law monitoring, accessing, blocking, deleting, copying or otherwise intercept Communications originating from web.tech.law and/or its Employees and Contractors as well as any Communications sent in reply to the originating Communication, where appropriate.
You agree that you may not rely on the Communication, either wholly or in part, as constituting a contract between you and Web•Tech•Law (or otherwise has any contractual significance whatsoever) unless Web•Tech•Law expressly states, in writing, that the Communication is intended for such purposes.
Web•Tech•Law reserves its right to amend or wholly replace these Terms and Conditions without notice. You agree that you remain solely responsible for reviewing these Terms and Conditions, as amended from time to time, and satisfying yourself that you remain in agreement with these Terms and Conditions.