SaaS Acceptable Use Policy

Qengine’s Acceptable Use Policy for

Qengine Software-as-a-Service

 

Last updated July 1, 2019

This Acceptable Use Policy (“Policy”) outlines unacceptable use of Qengine Software-as-a-Service (SaaS), which interact with, or access, the Internet (the “Services”). This Policy is in addition to any other terms and conditions under which Qengine provides the Services to you.
Qengine may make reasonable modifications to this Policy from time to time by posting a new version of this document on the Qengine website at the current URL. Revisions are effective immediately upon posting. Accordingly, we recommend that you visit the Qengine website regularly to ensure that your activities conform to the most recent version.

Questions about this Policy (e.g., whether any contemplated use is permitted) and reports of violations of this Policy should be directed to support@inzata.com

License – software is licensed, not sold.  QEngine grants customer a non-transferable, non-exclusive, perpetual limited license without the right to sublicense, to use in object code form only.

Copyright and title – All rights to the software (including but not limited to any software, text, mobile Apps or applets incorporated in the software) are owned by QEngine or a licensed third party supplier if applicable. The software is protected by copyright laws and international treaty provisions.

The examples listed in this Policy are not exhaustive. Prohibited uses and activities include, without limitation, any use of the Services in a manner that, in Qengine’s reasonable judgment, involves, facilitates, or attempts any of the following:

  • violating any law of, or committing conduct that is tortuous or unlawful in, any applicable jurisdiction;
  • displaying, performing, sending, receiving or storing any content that is obscene, pornographic, lewd, lascivious, or excessively violent, regardless of whether the material or its dissemination is unlawful;
  • advocating or encouraging violence against any government, organization, group, individual or property, or providing instruction, information, or assistance in causing or carrying out such violence, regardless of whether such activity is unlawful;
  • accessing, sending, receiving, displaying, performing, disclosing, storing, or executing any content a) in violation of any copyright, right of publicity, patent, trademark, service mark, trade name, trade secret or other intellectual property right, b) in violation of any applicable agreement, or c) without authorization;
  • obtaining unauthorized access to any system, network, service, or account;
  • interfering with service to any user, site, account, system, or network by use of any program, script, command, or otherwise;
  • introducing or activating any viruses, worms, harmful code and/or Trojan horses;
  • sending or posting unsolicited messages or e-mail, whether commercial or not, a) to any recipients who have requested that messages not be sent to them, or b) to a large number of recipients, including users, newsgroups, or bulletin boards, at one time;
  • evading spam filters, or sending or posting a message or e-mail with deceptive, absent, or forged header or sender identification information;
  • holding Qengine or its affiliates up to public scorn or ridicule; and/or
  • reselling Qengine’s services, in whole or in part, to any entity or individual, without Qengine’s prior written consent, or misrepresenting your relationship with Qengine.

For every user account created in Qengine, the company provides the user’s first name, last name, and email address. No other personal information is collected or used by Qengine. Names are used to identify users within the system (e.g., content authors, for sharing, reporting, etc.). Email addresses are used as unique logins for each user as well as for sending email notifications.