Welcome to the website of ImmuniWeb SA, a Swiss company registered in Swiss Federal Commercial Register under No. CH-660.3.165.019-5 (hereinafter "ImmuniWeb"), domiciled at 13, Quai de l’Ile, CH-1204 Geneva, Switzerland.
2. Scope and Enforcement
These terms affect your legal rights, thus please read them carefully. Your use of the website constitutes your unconditional agreement to these terms. If you do not agree to these terms, please leave the website.
If any part of these terms is determined to be invalid or unenforceable pursuant to the applicable law including but not limited to the liability limitations set forth below, then the invalid or unenforceable provision shall be replaced by a valid, enforceable provision that most closely matches the intent of the original provision and the remainder of these terms shall remain fully effective.
These terms constitute the entire agreement between you and ImmuniWeb with respect to the website and supersede all prior or contemporaneous communications, whether electronic, oral or written between you and ImmuniWeb with respect to the website and its usage. Any interests of any third parties are expressly disclaimed under these terms.
3. Usage of the Website
Usage of the website is not authorized in any jurisdiction that does not give effect to all provisions of these terms or where such usage may be prohibited by law.
Hereby you agree that no joint venture, partnership, employment, or agency relationship exists between you and ImmuniWeb SA as a result of these terms or usage of the website.
Hereby you are granted a free, limited, nonexclusive and revocable license to browse the website to obtain public information about ImmuniWeb, its products and services. Any other use, including but not limited to reproduction, modification, distribution or republication of the content on the website is strictly prohibited unless expressly permitted by ImmuniWeb in writing. ImmuniWeb reserves the right to partially or entirely cease providing access to this website without prior notice.
4. Usage of the Community Edition
You may also use free Community Edition, provided as a part of this website by ImmuniWeb, for non-commercial and lawful purposes only.
The Community Edition is provided “as available” and “as is” without any warranties of any kind. You assume the full risk and consequences of using it.
Your authenticated usage of the Community Edition (after registration) is also subject to Terms of Service of the ImmuniWeb® Platform that shall complement the present terms and expand your responsibility.
You must use the Community Edition in compliance with the applicable law, regulations and due care. You must not use the Community Edition if you know, or should know, that such usage may cause any undesirable or detrimental effects on any third party or when such usage may infringe privacy or intellectual property rights of a third party.
You also agree to indemnify and hold harmless ImmuniWeb for any claims or legal actions brought by any third parties against ImmuniWeb, its officers, directors, employees or agents, stemming from or related to your usage of the Community Edition in violation of these terms.
5. No Unlawful or Prohibited Use
As an obligatory condition of your usage of the website, you warrant to ImmuniWeb SA that you will not use the website for any purposes that are unlawful, malicious or prohibited by these terms.
You must not use the website in any manner that could slow down, damage, disable or impair the website or interfere with any other party’s use and enjoyment of the website or their infrastructure. You must not obtain or attempt to obtain any materials or information through any means not intentionally made available or provided via the website.
You must not perform any automated or manual testing of the website unless expressly authorized by ImmuniWeb in writing.
6. Copyright and Trademarks
All content included on the website, such as trade or service marks text, graphics, designs, images, videos or software is the exclusive property of ImmuniWeb SA or third parties when they are expressly or impliedly mentioned as owners. The content is protected by Swiss and international copyright law.
Any partial or entire reproduction of any content of the website is strictly prohibited without explicit written authorization of ImmuniWeb and may be subject to a legal action against you and/or your employer when you act on its behalf. In case of authorization to reproduce content, a backlink, followable by search robots, must be given to the appropriate web page of your website or printed in any other materials that contain the content from this website.
All trademarks and logos available on this website, whether registered or unregistered, that contain “ImmuniWeb” are international and/or national trademarks of ImmuniWeb SA that is their sole owner. You are not permitted to use them in any manner without prior written consent of ImmuniWeb.
7. Procedure for Making Claims of Copyright Infringement
Individuals who reasonably believe that their intellectual property rights have been infringed upon on the website, may contact contact ImmuniWeb SA and request that the infringing material be removed or access to it blocked. Such requests shall be made in English. ImmuniWeb will investigate those complaints within a commercially reasonably timeframe. Where ImmuniWeb reasonably believes that the infringement is taking place, it will take an appropriate action to take down the content and reply to the inquiry without unreasonable delay.
8. Accuracy of Information
While commercially reasonable measures are taken to ensure accuracy of the information available on the website, neither ImmuniWeb SA nor its information contributors can be held liable for the accuracy or reliability of the information or any data found on the website.
No information on the website shall be considered as a professional advice, endorsement or recommendation.
All the information on the website is provided “as is” without any warranty of any kind.
ImmuniWeb SA makes no expressed or implied warranty as to the accuracy or merchantability of any content, files, features, or functionalities of the website. If any software is available via this website, it is provided “as is” without any warranty of any kind unless otherwise is stated by ImmuniWeb.
9. Links to Third Party Sites
The website may contain links to third-party sites. You may access these websites or web resources at your own risk. ImmuniWeb SA shall never be responsible for legality, safety of any such websites, neither for accuracy or reliability of any information, data, opinions, software, advice or statements made on these websites. ImmuniWeb provides these links merely as a convenience, and the inclusion of such links does not imply any endorsement or affiliation.
10. User Responsibility
You assume all responsibility for use of the website as stated above and as may be additionally directed by the applicable law. By accepting these terms, you waive all claims against ImmuniWeb SA, its officers, directors, employees, or agents that may arise from or related to using the website in any manner.
11. No Liability
ImmuniWeb SA shall never be liable to you or any third party for any direct, accidental, consequential or other damage caused by or related to your usage of the website. By accepting these terms you unconditionally undertake not to initiate, participate to or encourage any legal action against ImmuniWeb SA, its directors, employees or agents. In the impossible case when court finds ImmuniWeb SA liable for any damage, the total liability shall never exceed 100 USD (one hundred US dollars).
ImmuniWeb SA reserves the right to change these terms at any time and without prior notice. All changes will be promptly posted online.
Your continued usage of this website indicates your unconditional agreement to these modified terms.
Please consult these terms as frequently as practical.
13. Applicable Law
You consent that these terms are governed exclusively by Swiss law. Application of any international convention or treaty is excluded. Any dispute arising under the following terms shall have exclusive venue in a competent court in Geneva.
December 3, 2021