Terms and Conditions
1.2 LICENSES AND THIRD-PARTY CONTENT
1.2.1 PROVISION OF THE SITE AND LIMITED SITE LICENSE
We always do our best to ensure we keep our site and all its services secure and appropriately functional. However, it is impossible to guarantee prolonged operation and use of our services. We can opt to stop providing the site and its services completely. We can also stop without notice providing specific features.
1.2.2 TERMINATION OF THE LIMITED SITE LICENSE
Through notices, WorkPar can choose to end any license granted to users or any site visitor to use the site and its services. Immediately you are issued with the notice the termination is activated.
1.2.3 WorkPar’S INTELLECTUAL PROPERTY
Rights, interest, and title of all Intellectual Property Rights related to the site and site services are retained by WorkPar. WorkPar’s logos and names are considered as trademarks of WorkPar and are registered under certain jurisdictions. Other company names, product names, logos, marks, and symbols on the site and site serves may be considered as trademarks of their respective owners. You are not granted the use of any of WorkPar marks by any section in the Terms of Service.
1.3 YOUR INTELLECTUAL PROPERTY
1.3.1 YOUR OBLIGATIONS AND YOUR INDEMNIFICATION OF WorkPar
All our users should know, understand, and acknowledge that they are solely responsible for all user content they post on the site or through the site services. Additionally, you warrant and represent that you have the authority, power, and right to;
- Post content on the site without violating the rights of third parties.
- Grant all the licenses specified below:
You admit and recognize that WorkPar is not responsible for any user content including any harms that the content causes to you, third parties, or other users. The one responsible for such user content is the poster of that user content.
If any claim, proceeding, demand, suit or action is brought to you, other users or third parties against an indemnified the third party that arises or relates to any user content you post, you will secure against damage, hold harmless and defend WorkPar.
Not only WorkPar, all our agents, officers’ employees, representatives, respected directors, but affiliates are also defended against expenses, losses, liabilities, damages, and claims that are caused by the user content you post. It also includes but not limited to attorney fees and all such related cos and expenses.
1.3.2 YOUR RIGHTS AND LICENSE TO WorkPar AND OTHER SITE VISITORS
When you post content on the site you give others some limited rights to the content.
You retain all possession rights in any User Content you post on WorkPar. To the extent allowable by applicable law, you furthermore might grant to WorkPar and our successors and Affiliates a royalty-free, sub-licensable, transferable, perpetual, irrevocable, nonexclusive, worldwide license to use, reproduce, modify, publish, list info relating to, edit, translate, distribute, in public perform, display publically, and create spinoff works of all such User Content and your name, voice, and/or likeness as contained in your User Content, in whole or parts, and in any kind, media, or technology, whether or not currently better-known or hereafter developed, to be used about the site and WorkPar’s, our successors’ and Affiliates’ businesses, including, with no limitation, for promoting and redistributing some or all of the location (and spinoff works thereof) in any media formats and through any media channels.
1.3.3 YOUR COMMENTS AND IDEAS
The following happens when you can and what happens when you send ideas to WorkPar.
You can forward your ideas and comments on the site and its services including what can be done to collectively improve the site and the site services. If you submit these ideas you accept that:
- Your disclosure is out of your will, without restrictions, without persuasions or incitation, gratuitous, and will not place WorkPar under any trust or any requirements.
- No third-parties confidential or owned ideas are contained in your ideas.
- You grant us a perpetual and royalty-free license to use the concepts in your ideaswith no extra compensation to you and to disclose the concepts on a non-confidential basis or otherwise to anyone.
You further admit and accept that WorkPar does not use or accept similar or ideas related to yours through acceptance of your submission. This also applies to other ideas known or developed by WorkPar or obtained from other sources.
1.4 THIRD-PARTY INTELLECTUAL PROPERTY
When third parties or other users of the website express any information or content, it is of that respective author or distributor and not of WorkPar. The truth and reliability of opinions, information, statements, or advice offered on the Site by anyone except the authorized agents of WorkPar is not a responsibility of WorkPar. Such content is not endorsed by WorkPar.
Links to third-party websites and applications that may allow you to access third-party sites through the website may be available on the Site. The third-party applications and websites are owned by the respective third parties and their licensors. There is no proof of endorsement of those applications and websites just because they appear on our website. it is up to you to risk accessing the links and applications advertised on our website. without any warranty for any purpose, you agree that your use of third-party links via WorkPar.com is on “as available” or “as is” basis.
2.6 COMPLAINTS ABOUT COPYRIGHTED CONTENT ON THE SITE
WorkPar is focused on following U.S. copyrights and related laws and requires all Site Visitors and Users to conform to these laws. As need be, you may not utilize the Site to store any material or content, or spread any material or substance, in any way that establishes an encroachment of outsider licensed innovation rights, including rights conceded by U.S. copyright law.
If you are the proprietor of any copyrighted work and accept that your privileges under U.S. copyrights law have been encroached by any material on the Site, you may exploit certain arrangements of the Digital Millennium Copyright Act (the “DMCA”) by agreeing to WorkPar’s Proprietary Rights Infringement Reporting Procedures.
- PERMITTED SITE USES
WorkPar offers the Site and Site Services for your business purposes and not for an individual, household, or purchaser use. WorkPar makes the Site and Site Services accessible for Users to discover each other, go into administration connections, make and get installments through escrow, and get and offer Freelancers assistance. What’s more certain, Visitor Site Services, for example, the WorkPar Blog and Hiring Headquarters, give and might be utilized to get, general data and articles that we accept might bear some significance with Site Visitors and Users.
While we attempt to guarantee that any data we post is both ideal and exact, mistakes may show up every once in a while. We don’t make any portrayals or guarantees concerning any data that is posted on the Site by us or any other individual. On no occasion should any substance be depended on or translated as a duty or legitimate exhortation or something else. You ought to autonomously confirm the precision of any substance.
1.5 PROHIBITED SITE USES
You may not utilize, or encourage, advance, encourage, train or actuate others to utilize, the Site or Site Services for any exercises that abuse any law, resolution, ordinance or guideline; for some other unlawful or false reason or any reason that is unsafe to other people; or to transmit, store, show, distribute or in any case make an accessible substance that is illegal, deceitful or destructive to other people.
1.5.1 EXAMPLES OF PROHIBITED USES OF THE SITE
Below are examples of prohibited uses of the Site and Site Services:
Seeking, offering, advancing, or underwriting services, content, or exercises that:
- are defamatory, illegal, profane, indecent, threatening, unlawfully oppressive, illegal, pornographic, obscene, or sexually explicit;
- would damage the intellectual property rights for example, including copyrights of someone else, entity, administration, product, or website;
- would violate (a) WorkPar’s Terms of Service, (b) the terms of service of another site or any comparable authoritative commitments, or (c) the scholarly policies of any educational institution;
- regard the creation, publication, dispersion of “scam news”, “fake news” or similar bogus content intentionally planned to misguide and misdirect readers for budgetary gains and other gains;
- advance in any capacity or regard any escort services, prostitution, or sexual acts; or
- are harassing toward someone else depending on the individual’s inclusion in a secures class as characterized by applicable law;
Fraudulent or deceiving uses or content, including:
- billing or attempting to fraudulently bill any Client, including by (i) attempting to falsely manipulate or falsely manipulating the keystrokes, mouse clicks or hours recorded in the WorkPar app, (ii) recounting, putting on records, or differently billing Clients for the time that was not worked, or (iii) reporting, putting in a record, or differently billing hours that another person worked as to be worked by you in a way that is not true and misleading;
- not representing your information, skills, and experience. This includes presenting another person’s profile or part of their profile as yours and using a profile picture that does not represent your identity but the identity of someone else;
- pretending to be any person or entity, WorkPar representative or forum leader and stating falsely or differently misrepresenting your association with any person or identity;
- expressing or suggesting falsely a relationship with another User, including an Agency proceeding to use profile or information of a freelancer after the Freelancer is no longer working the Agency;
- falsely associating statements to any WorkPar rep, forum leader, guide or host;
- expressing or inferring a relationship falsely with WorkPar or with another organization that you do not have any existing relationship with;
- allowing your account to be utilized by someone else, which deludes other Users; or
- falsely expressing that one Freelancer will do the work on a job when another will in certainty do the work, including presenting proposals on behalf of a Freelancer cannot, is reluctant, or inaccessible to complete the work;
- the unlawful inclination of expressions in a job post or proposal or any case unlawfully segregating on a protected basis;
- Posting data that can be used to recognize someone else;
- using recommendations or invitations to spam other users or posting similar jobs on several occasions for more than one version to remain active at a given time; Making or requesting for bribes or different installments without the aim of providing any assistance in return for the payment;
- asking or demanding free services, including asking Freelancers to submit work as a requirement of the proposal procedure for almost no or no cash or posting challenges wherein Freelancers submit work with no or very little pay, and full amounts are only paid for the winning submissions;
- asking for payment before from users before they submit proposals; Attempting to or changing or misusing the feedback system, including by:
- withholding payment or Work Product or participating in any other conduct to obtain positive feedback from another User;
- attempting to pressure another User by coercing them to give negative feedback;
- expression of views that do not concern the work, including political, religious, or social commentary, in the feedback system;
- giving anything of significant worth to any individual (without excluding a third-party who provides offers assistance in obtaining feedback) or utilizing any service of the kind to obtain feedback; or
- offering services with the sole aim of obtaining positive feedback of any sort;
- reproducing or sharing accounts;
- changing the ownership, selling or trading an account to someone else without WorkPar’s consent;
- using profiles or job posts to share contact information such as emails and phone numbers;
- advertising another website product directly or indirectly or recruiting freelancers or clients to join another website on our website.
- attempting to alter, interfere, or interfering with the operations of the site including any activities and services offered on the website.
- bypassing any estimates that we may use to prevent or confine access to the Site or Site services, including, without limitation, features that prevent or restrict use or replication of any content or uphold restrictions on the use of the Site or the content in it;
- attempts to meddle with or compromise the system trustworthiness or security or unravel any transmissions to or from the servers running the Site;
- using any robot, bug, scraper, or any other computerized means to access the Site for any reason without our express consent;
- attempting to or meddling with or halting the integrity of the system or decoding any transmissions to or from the Site’s running servers;
- harvesting or taking any personally recognizable data, including Account names, from the Site;
- trying to or forcing an unreasonable or lopsided large load ( determined by the discretion of WorkPar ) on the Site’s frameworks; Introduction of any invalid information, virus, worm, or other destructive or malicious programming code, operator, hidden method, schedule, or component through or to the website that is intended to or known to cause or cease functioning, disrupt, disable, harm, or in any case impair in any manner, including aesthetic disruptions or distortions, the activities of (or to permit you or any other individual to access or damage or corrupt data, storage media, programs, equipment, or communications or in any case meddle with tasks of or on) the website or any software, hardware, computer system, firmware or WorkPar networks or third-parties;
- accessing and endeavoring to access the website and website services not using the interface given but through all kin of different innovations.; or
- connecting or framing the site in ways that are not accepted in writing by WorkPar.
Involving in activities that could imperil the trustworthiness of the website and website services proprietary data, including:
- trying to or reverse engineering, adjusting, adapting, translating, planning derivative works from, decompiling, meddling with the activities of, or in any case attempting to get source code from any part of the Site or Site Services except expressly permitted by appropriate law or WorkPar; or
- using and attempting to use the website and the website services to build an identical application, identify or appeal WorkPar users, or distribute any presentation or benchmark test or analysis identifying with the site
1.5.3 REPORTING AND CORRECTING VIOLATIONS
“Affiliate” an entity that controls, is controlled, or is under common control with WorkPar either directly, indirectly, or through intermediaries.
“Client” anyone authorized using the website to get the services of freelancers or other users.
“Freelancer” they are the customers of WorkPar. They are authorized users that advertise through the site and offer freelancing services.
“Freelancer Services” are services provided by freelancers.
“Intellectual Property Rights” means every patent rights, copyright rights, mask work rights, moral rights, privileges of exposure, trademark, trade dress and service mark rights, goodwill, competitive innovation rights, and other intellectual property rights as may now exist or may come after, and all applications therefore and registrations, renewals, and extensions thereof, under the laws of any state, nation, region or other locales.
“Public Site Services” all the applications and services accessible by website visitors who are yet to become users of the site.
“Site Services” refers to all services, products, and applications excluding freelancer services that can be accessed through the site. They include all mobile applications and public site services.
“WorkPar Mobile Applications” refer to mobile applications that can be used to accesses the Site and Site Services. These must be published by WorkPar or our affiliates.
“User Content” refers to any information that you, users, or site visitors post to the site or provide to WorkPar. User content includes data, comments, feedbacks, music, video, texts, photographs, and information posted as a result of a question.
“You” refers to persons who access our site. They include the Users, site Visitors, and persons accessing our Site on behalf of entities and agencies.