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Acceptable Use Policy

Effective Date: January 1, 2023

 

Beakon has created this Acceptable Use Policy ("AUP") to serve as a guide for our clients, outlining the intended and permissible usage of our services. This AUP delineates the acceptable use principles for Beakon services (referred to as the "Services") by our clients and their users.

Adherence to Service Guidelines

The utilization of our Services must align with the specific guidelines set forth for each service. These guidelines can be located within the relevant Product Inclusion Sheet and the Support Services Guide.

Prohibited Activities

You are permitted to use our Services solely for lawful purposes and in accordance with this AUP. You may not:

  1. Employ the Services in a manner that violates any applicable federal, state, local, or international laws or regulations, including those pertaining to data or software exportation to and from the United States or other countries.

  2. Exploit, harm, or attempt to exploit or harm minors in any way through the Services. This includes actions that expose them to inappropriate content, solicit personally identifiable information, or engage in similar activities.

  3. Utilize the Services for the transmission or solicitation of any advertising or promotional materials, including "junk mail," "chain letters," "spam," or any other form of unsolicited communication.

  4. Customers shall not employ Beakon's data, in whole or in part, for the training, enhancement, or calibration of artificial intelligence (AI) or machine learning (ML) models. This includes, but is not limited to, utilizing the data to improve algorithms, develop predictive models, or optimize AI/ML performance.

  5. Customers shall not engage in any activities aimed at reverse engineering, decompiling, disassembling, or otherwise attempting to extract, reconstruct, or replicate the structure, content, or schema of the data provided by Beakon's Product. This prohibition extends to any attempt to obtain the original source data or any underlying proprietary information related to the data.

  6. Assume the identity of Beakon, a Beakon employee, another user, or any other individual or entity by using another user's identification, password, account name, or persona without proper authorization.

  7. Disrupt, disable, overburden, damage, or impair the Services for yourself or others, which encompasses activities such as overloading, "flooding," "mailbombing," conducting "denial of service" attacks, or causing Service disruptions.

  8. Employ any automated device, process, or means, such as robots or spiders, to access the Services for any purpose, including content monitoring or copying.

  9. Use manual processes to monitor or copy any content provided through the Services without obtaining our prior written consent for any unauthorized purpose.

  10. Utilize any device, software, or routine, such as viruses, trojan horses, worms, or logic bombs, that may interfere with the proper functioning of the Services or cause technological harm.

  11. Attempt unauthorized access, interference, damage, or disruption to any part of the Services, the server hosting the Services, or any server, computer, or database connected to the Services.

  12. Probe, scan, or test system or network vulnerabilities or attempt to breach security or authentication measures without explicit written consent from Beakon.

  13. Engage in actions aimed at obtaining services to which the client is not entitled.

  14. Attempt any actions designed to evade or modify methods used for measuring or billing the utilization of the Services.

  15. Interfere with the proper operation of the Services in any other way.

Beakon's Rights and Actions

If you become aware of any content or activity that breaches this AUP, it is your responsibility to take all necessary measures to prevent such content from entering or being stored on the Beakon network. Additionally, please promptly inform Beakon. Failure to adhere to this AUP may result in Beakon taking various actions, ranging from issuing warnings to suspending or terminating your Service. Beakon will make reasonable efforts to provide prior notice to the customer before suspending or terminating Service. However, in cases where continued provision of Service poses significant harm to Beakon, the Service, or other clients, immediate action may be taken.

 

Changes to the Acceptable Use Policy

Beakon retains the right to modify this AUP at its sole discretion. Such modifications will become effective upon the posting of a revised Acceptable Use Policy on our website at Beakon.com. Continued use of Beakon's network and Services following any modifications signifies acceptance of those changes.
 

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