Last update: the 13 August 2019
Welcome to Classo!
By accessing the classo.org website (the "Website"), including by logging into your account on the Classo platform (the "Platform"), you agree to all terms and conditions of use of the Website. described below (the "Terms and Conditions") and acknowledge that they are bound by them.
CLASSO reserves the right to change the Terms and Conditions at any time without notice. By accessing the Website, including by logging into the Classo Platform, you agree to these modified Terms and Conditions.
In the event that you disagree with the Terms and Conditions, please leave the Website immediately and disconnect from the Platform (if applicable).
1. License to Use the Website
For the purpose of browsing the Website (including the Platform, if applicable), CLASSO grants you a restricted license to display on your computer station, to print, download and use the HTML underlying the Website (and the Platform, as the case may be) as well as the texts, video clips, and other content to which you may access, but only for personal (and non-commercial) purposes, provided that:
1.1 No change is made to the content; and
1.2 Included in the margin of each reproduction of the content is the corresponding copyright notice under this restricted license (e.g.: © 2019, Classo All Rights Reserved).
No use CLASSO's intellectual property rights may be permitted, other than the one mentioned above, unless you have obtained the prior written consent of CLASSO. To do this, you are invited to contact the person in charge of the Website at the following address: email@example.com.
Without limiting the generality of the foregoing, you agree that you will not use any computer techniques or procedures to reproduce, download, transmit, relay, distribute, divide, sell, publish, modify or otherwise use, in part or in any way, the entire content of the Website (and the Platform, as the case may be) in violation of the Copyright Act or any applicable international copyright or other law.
2. Platform and Classo Accounts
If you have a Classo account on the Platform (and a password to access it), you agree to maintain the confidentiality of your Classo account, your personal username, and your password, and to take all means necessary so that no one can access your Classo account or your personal username and password.
In the event that you post a comment or comments on the Platform, you agree that all such comments are appropriate, respectful, and free from any grammatical or spelling errors, and you understand that CLASSO reserves the right to edit or remove any comments from the Platform that do not respect the above.
You are responsible for promptly notifying CLASSO of any problem, concrete or potential, affecting your Classo account, your personal ID and/or your password. You can contact CLASSO by email at the following address firstname.lastname@example.org.
3. Accuracy of Information and Availability of Products
CLASSO designed the Website (including the Platform) primarily for informational purposes. Although CLASSO takes care to compile the information contained on the Website (including the Platform) with all due care at the time of its initial presentation, it is possible that certain information may, from time to time, be erroneous, inaccurate, or incomplete.
In addition, the Website (including the Platform) meets certain computer, technical, graphic, and typographic standards. Under no circumstances can CLASSO be held liable for any damage or damage, direct or indirect, resulting from the breakage of your personal computer, server, device, or program, the loss of your data, or any other breakage or technical problem encountered by you as part of your navigation on the Website (including the Platform).
In the event that you discover any errors or inaccuracies with respect to the content of the Website (including the Platform) or encounter any technical difficulties in the use of the Website (including the Platform), you agree to notify without delay the person responsible for the Website by sending an email to the following address: email@example.com.
Without limiting the generality of the foregoing, CLASSO makes no guarantees of any kind with respect to the description and/or illustrations of the products it advertises on the Website (including the Platform). These descriptions and/or illustrations are only indicative. The product information, as well as the price and product availability information appearing on the Website (including the Platform), may change from time to time without notice and without incurring CLASSO's liability.
4. Intellectual Property
Subject to the trademarks and works of third parties and the hyperlinks posted on the Website (including the Platform), CLASSO is the sole and exclusive owner of the intellectual property rights over all of the content on the Website (including the Platform), including articles, texts, photographs, images, illustrations, video clips, data, databases, names, words, slogans, logos, drawings and graphics appearing therein. Under no circumstances may you use the trademarks, works, or any other form of intellectual property appearing on the Website (including the Platform) without the written permission of their respective owners.
Where a third-party trademark is displayed by CLASSO on the Website (including the Platform) in a hyperlink or otherwise, this shall not constitute use of the trademark within the meaning of the Trade-marks Act and/or constitute a representation on behalf of CLASSO that CLASSO is affiliated or associated with the owner of this trademark.
The Website (including the Platform) may contain hyperlinks that allow you to redirect to third-party external websites that are hosted on servers other than CLASSO's. You acknowledge that by activating such hyperlinks, you will automatically leave the Website's boundaries. The activation of hyperlinks to external sites cannot be interpreted as constitutive of any affiliation or association that can bind CLASSO to the owner of the rights related to these external websites.
Since CLASSO is unable to exercise any control over the content of websites external to the Website, CLASSO can not be held responsible for any prejudice or damage that may result from the inaccuracy or non-conformity of the contents of these external websites.
7. Communication by Email or Electronic Means
CLASSO may communicate with you by email or other electronic means, particularly if you have submitted a request for information or subscribed to the CLASSO mailing list. These communications may be considered commercial electronic messages ("CEM") within the meaning of the Canadian Anti-Spam Legislation ("CASL") and its regulations.
While CLASSO may be exempted by CASL from requiring consent under CASL, it is CLASSO's policy to require your explicit consent prior to sending a CEM, in addition to offering to unsubscribe at your discretion to stop receiving MECs by activating the unsubscribe link or by emailing the address firstname.lastname@example.org.
8. Exclusion of Guarantees
The components of the Website (including the Platform) are provided to you "as is" and without any express or implied warranties of any kind. CLASSO (and its licensors, as the case may be) makes no representation, and excludes all warranties or conditions, oral or written, legal or conventional, including those regarding the proper functioning of the Website (including the Platform), its suitability for use or the absence of errors or interruptions during its use.
Some federal or provincial laws do not allow the exclusion of certain warranties, so the above exclusions may not apply to you.
The Website (including the Platform) is intended primarily for school stakeholders. Any use of the Website (including the Platform) by anyone under the age of thirteen (13) should be supervised by an adult person in the targeted province or territory.
You agree to take up the cause of and to indemnify CLASSO (and its representatives) for all damages, expenses, fees, and reasonable costs incurred or suffered as a result of your access to or use of the Website (including the Platform).
CLASSO reserves the right, in its sole discretion and without notice, to deactivate your Classo account or restrict your access to the Website (including the Platform), in the event that you do anything in violation of the Terms and Conditions.
12. General Provisions
The Terms and Conditions are subject to the following general provisions:
12.1 Applicable Laws. The Terms and Conditions and their interpretation, performance, validity, and effect are subject to the laws of Quebec and the applicable federal laws, as the case may be.
12.2 Divisibility. If any provision of the Terms and Conditions is deemed invalid or unwritten, it will be withdrawn from the Terms and Conditions without affecting the validity of the Terms and Conditions in full.
12.3 Arbitration. Any disagreement or dispute relating to the Terms and Conditions or arising from their interpretation or application will be settled definitively by arbitration and excluding the courts, according to the laws of Quebec. Unless the parties decide otherwise in an arbitration agreement, the arbitration will be conducted under the aegis of an arbitrator alone and will be conducted in accordance with the laws of Quebec in force at the time of this dispute. The arbitration award will be final, enforceable, and without appeal, and will bind the parties.
12.4 Injunctions and Special Remedies. Notwithstanding the foregoing arbitration clause, CLASSO retains the right to seek and obtain injunctions, or interim or provisional measures, from a court of competent jurisdiction to protect its intellectual property rights or confidential information, or to maintain the status quo pending the outcome of the arbitration.
12.5 Intended Territory. CLASSO operates its Website (including the Platform) from the province of Quebec, Canada. CLASSO makes no representations or warranties that the products advertised on the Website (including the Platform) are available, appropriate, or compliant in all provinces and territories of Canada. Anyone who chooses to access the Website from another province or territory does so voluntarily and is required to comply with applicable local laws to the extent that they are applicable.