2. Using ComWriter
You must open an account with us before you can use ComWriter (see section 4 below). You may need to pay us fees and charges to use ComWriter (see section 8 below).
3. Content you create
We do not claim ownership in the content you create using ComWriter, including the projects you author using ComWriter.
ComWriter allows you to share the content you create with other users of ComWriter. By sharing content with other users, you grant us a licence to publish, communicate and distribute that content with those users. This license continues even if your account is canceled.
More generally, you grant us a worldwide licence to use the content you create so that we can operate and improve the Website and ComWriter (such as for hosting and storage of your content). This licence does not give us the right to use your content otherwise than is necessary for us to operate and improve ComWriter, and we will not share your content with third parties without your permission.
You must not use ComWriter to create any content that:
- is not substantially your own creation, unless you have permission from the content owner to reproduce or copy their content;
- infringes any intellectual property rights of us or any third party; and
- contains or refers to any materials or matters that we believe are socially or morally inappropriate (such as pornography, graphic violence, animal abuse, use of illicit drugs or weapons), or content that is inciting, defamatory, denigrating or discriminatory against any group or individual.
4. Your account
You can open an account with us using the online registration facility on the Website.
Organizations and companies interested in using ComWriter can contact our sales team at email@example.com to discuss enterprise licensing opportunities for ComWriter.
You must keep your account details secret and secure. You are solely responsible for the user activity that occurs in relation to your account. You must notify us immediately if you become aware of or suspect any breach of security or unauthorized use of your account. Although we will not be liable for any loss you suffer as a result of unauthorized use of your account, you may be liable for any loss we suffer.
5. General restrictions on use
You must not use the Website or ComWriter to do or attempt any of the following:
- on-supply or resell the Website or ComWriter;
- remove, obscure or alter any legal notices displayed on the Website;
- interfere with or disrupt use of ComWriter by other users;
- cause harm (whether financial or not) to us or our affiliates;
- damage, disable, overburden or impair the Website or any networks connected to the Website;
- access the Website using any automated process or service (such as a bot or spider) without our permission;
- engage in, facilitate or further any unlawful conduct; and
- solicit or advertise to other users of ComWriter for commercial purposes.
6. Cancellation of your account
Cancellation of your account will automatically and immediately result in termination of the agreement between us and you regarding your use of the Website and ComWriter. However, cancellation of your account will not in any way affect your obligations under of section 7 of these Terms or Use, which obligations will survive any termination of the agreement between us and you.
Monthly and annual subscription fees are payable in advance prior to using ComWriter for the first time (unless an initial free trial period applies to your account). If an initial free trial period applies to your account, the subscription fee for the first month or year will be due and payable immediately after the trial period expires. If you have registered for a free trial, your free trial days commence immediately upon your registration.
Following your initial monthly or annual subscription fee payment, the subscription fees for each month or year after the first month or year will be due and payable immediately after the previous month or year expires. Annual subscription fees are payable by you in full in advance for each year, or any part thereof, during which your account remains open.
Sometimes we offer “free days” promotions, which if validly redeemed will grant you a specified number of free days to use your account. To redeem these promotional offers you must enter the valid promotional code when you register for the first time, or if you already have an account, within your account details where indicated. If validly redeemed you will receive the associated free days (e.g., an extra 15 days), which will be applied to the end of the billing cycle in which the promotion is redeemed (so that your next monthly or annual subscription fee will be pushed out by the number of free promotional days redeemed in that billing cycle).
8. Returns policy
We will not provide you with a refund if you change your mind and decide to stop using the Website or ComWriter.
If you are an Australian consumer, you may have statutory rights under the Competition and Consumer Act 2010 (Cth) regarding the goods and services we supply you in relation to the Website. In that case. we will meet our statutory obligations to you as an Australian consumer. Except for these statutory obligations, we do not accept returns or provide refunds for the goods or services we supply you in relation to the Website.
- if variation is necessary due to applicable law or a change in applicable law;
- if variation is necessary for technical reasons or to facilitate the availability of ComWriter; and
- if variation is to your advantage or variation is not to your disadvantage.
All information on the Website is subject to change without notice and is provided on an “as is” basis. You rely on such information at your own risk. We take reasonable steps to ensure the accuracy and currency of information on the Website but, to the extent permitted by law, we do not guarantee that information is correct, accurate or current or that your use of the Website will be uninterrupted, secure or error-free.
11. Links to third party websites
The inclusion in the Website of any hyperlinks or other pointers to any third party websites or applications does not imply our endorsement or approval of such third parties or their websites, products or other activities.
12. Users outside Australia
The Website may be accessed from within Australia and throughout the world. We make no representations or warranties that the Website complies with the laws of any country other than Australia. If you access the Website outside Australia, you do so at your own risk and you are solely responsible for complying with the laws in the place from where you access the Website.
14. General legal terms
To the extent permitted by law, we will not be liable to you for any special, indirect or consequential loss, damage or other claims in relation to your use of the Website, including in relation to any failure or technical issues that limit or prohibit your use of the Website.
Despite the security measures we employ on the Website, we will not be liable to you for any direct or indirect damage or loss (including consequential loss) suffered by you as a result of any fraudulent or unauthorized use by another person of your payment method in relation to your account.