Terms of Use

These Terms of Service and the Insertion Order (together, this “Agreement”) are entered into as of the date (“Effective Date”) of the applicable Insertion Order by and between the Publisher (details of which are specified in the Insertion Order which is an integral part hereof). Each Company and Publisher shall be referred to as a “Party” and jointly as the “Parties”.

1. Definitions. Unless otherwise defined herein, capitalized terms shall have the meanings ascribed to them below.

1.1.   “Ad”

any type of content (such as text messaging, audio and video files, rich media, content, text, and graphic files), including but not limited to push notifications, banners, buttons, pop-ups, pop-unders, lightbox interstitial and text links that are generally used as an advertisements.

1.2.  “Advertiser”

an entity who makes Ads available on the Platform.

1.3 “Platform”

Company’s technology, allowing Publishers using Company’s services, to present Ads on Publisher’s defined below Media (and other publishers media)

1.4 .“Applicable Law”

applicable directives, laws, regulations and industry standards (“Laws”) (including the Laws which apply to the End User (at its place of residence) of a service or product of the Publisher and the Laws of the United States of America and the European Union and its Member States)

1.5. “End User”

individual human end users of the Media.

1.6.“Confidential Information”

The Parties agree that: (A) all information relating to the Solution or access thereto, (B) the Platform or the Tag, (C) any information regarding the content, purpose, design or function of the Solution, (D) any know-how, technical data or other information, including, but not limited to, that which relates to research, product plans, products, services, customers, markets, developments, inventions, processes, marketing or finances that is disclosed to Publisher; or (E) information concerning End Users interacting with the Ads, shall be deemed as the Company’s Confidential Information (F) Information concerning payouts and rates paid to Publisher.

The Parties understand, however, that Confidential Information shall not include any information that either Party can establish by written record (1) is already public knowledge without breach of confidentiality restriction, or (2) was known to such Party prior to its negotiations with the other Party, or (3) that is hereafter rightfully furnished to a Party by a third party without restrictions on disclosure and without breach of confidentiality restriction.

1.7. “Tag”

Code that request an Ad from the Platform (which often can be referred to as JS Tag, Ad Tag or an SDK in mobile applications), which is provided by Company for implementation on Publisher Media


Internet assets in Publisher’s Media in which Ads are displayed, sold by Publisher to Advertisers using the Platform.

1.9. “Media”

Websites, applications, mobile websites, mobile applications, and other media: (i) owned and controlled by Publisher, or (ii) that Publisher otherwise has the contractual right to present and sell Ads on.

1.10. “PP”

The Privacy Policy available at the Platform.

1.11. “Solution”

The Platform and its components including but not limited to the methods, tools and other intellectual property of the Company.

2. License

2.1. Subject to the terms provided herein the Company grants Publisher a limited, non-exclusive, non-assignable and non-transferable right to place the Tag on its Media and remotely access the Platform solely for the purpose of presenting Ads on its Media through the Tag, during the Term (defined below). Except for the limited license granted herein, all rights (including intellectual property rights), title, interest and all copyright rights in and to the Solution and part thereof are hereby reserved. Publisher hereby grants to the Company during the Term, a limited, fully revocable, non-exclusive, non-transferable license to integrate in Publisher’s Properties the Solution and to copy, reproduce and distribute the look and feel of the Publisher Properties in any way with solely in order to enable the Actions in connection to the Company’s Solution by End Users in accordance with the Restrictions and the terms herein.

2.2. Publisher shall not and shall not attempt to: (a) resell, sublicense, lease, time-share, distribute or otherwise transfer to any third party its right to access and use the Solution or any part thereof; (b) reverse engineer, decompile or dissemble the Solution or any part thereof; (c) modify, copy or create derivative works of the Solution or any part thereof, or (d) access the Solution or any part thereof for the purpose of building a competitive product or service or copying its features or user interface or authorize or permit a direct competitor to do so. The Company reserves all rights not expressly granted hereunder.

2.3. Publisher agrees that it is responsible for any acts or omissions of its agents or permitted subcontractors that access or uses any of the Solution or any part thereof, and Publisher will ensure that such agents and permitted subcontractors comply with the terms of this Agreement.

3. Publisher’s Representations and Warranties

3.1. Publisher hereby represents and warrants that: (a) it owns and controls the Media; (b) it has the full corporate right, power and authority to enter into this Agreement, to grant the licenses granted hereunder and to perform the acts required of it hereunder; (c) when executed and delivered, this Agreement will constitute the legal, valid and binding obligation of each party, enforceable against each party in accordance with its terms; (d) it has and will have all necessary rights and authority (1) to enter into this Agreement and (2) to perform its obligations hereunder; (e) its performance under this Agreement and duties hereunder, do not and will not breach any agreement to which it is a party to or by which it is otherwise bound, or any other obligation that it has with or to any of its advertisers, publishers, networks or other third parties; (f) Publisher’s Media content, services, products, materials, data, and information used by Publisher in connection with this Agreement as well as the Solution do not and will not (i) violate any Applicable Law, (ii) infringe, misappropriate or otherwise breach the rights of any third party (including intellectual property rights); (iii) contain any material which is unlawful, harmful, threatening, defamatory, obscene, harassing, or racially, ethnically or otherwise objectionable, which by way of example only, might mean that it contains: (1) sexually explicit, pornographic or obscene content (whether in text or graphics); (2) speech or images that are offensive, profane, hateful, threatening, harmful, defamatory, libelous, harassing or discriminatory (whether based on race, ethnicity, creed, religion, gender, sexual orientation, physical disability or otherwise); (3) graphic violence; (4) politically sensitive or controversial issues or (5) any unlawful behavior or conduct; (g) it has entered (or will enter) into written agreements granting Publisher all necessary licenses, rights and other similar consents for the display of advertisements in the Media; (h) the Solution and the Company’s activities pursuant to this Agreement (including the methods by which and technology with which data is collected by Publisher and ads are served to End Users) and documentation presented by Publisher to end users to which the Ad Units are designated to  have been reviewed by it, and are compliant with all Applicable Laws and will not infringe any third party rights; (i) it will comply with the Company’s Publisher Terms of Service and Privacy Policy; and (j) it will not engage in any action or practice that disparages or devalues the Company and/or the Solution, or the reputation or goodwill of the Company.

3.2. Publisher shall implement the Tag in accordance with Company’s instructions delivered to Publisher from time to time via the Platform or any other manner.

3.3. Publisher will not modify the Tag or any Ad, and will only place the Solution and its Ads in accordance with Applicable Law and reasonable trafficking instructions which may be provided by the Company from time to time. Publisher understands that any modification to the Ad Tags or failure to comply with trafficking instructions may result in errors and discrepancies for which the Company is not responsible.

3.4. Publisher will be solely responsible (a) for the Media (including the content provided therein); (b) for all its use of the Solution hereunder (including, without limitation, the use of Ads and their presentation in the Media); (c) to use the Solution in compliance with Applicable Law and the instructions provided by Advertisers and/or the Company; (d) to obtain, and be deemed to have hereby granted to the Company, all rights necessary to allow the Company to store, and serve the Ads or otherwise provide the services hereunder (including the collection of information by the Company according to the terms of the PP); (e) comply with all policies relating to the Solution, including the Guidelines, attached as Exhibit 3.4, as may be amended/provided from time to time.

3.5. Publisher will not, nor will it attempt to:

3.5.1. copy, reproduce, modify, damage, disassemble, decompile, reverse engineer or create derivative works of the Solution (including the Platform or any portion thereof) or content provided there through, or any portion thereof;

3.5.2. breach, disable, tamper with, develop or use (or attempt) any workaround for, or otherwise damage Solution (including the Platform or any portion thereof) or content provided there through, or any security measure thereof;

3.5.3. interfere or attempt to interfere (whether through a device, software, mechanism, routine or otherwise) with the proper working of Solution (including the Platform or any portion thereof) or content provided there through;

3.5.4. set, read, write, modify or delete any cookie on the other party or any third party’s owned or operated domain;

3.5.5. transfer personally identifiable information to any other party, or otherwise associate a cookie, web beacon, or other mechanism with personally identifiable information, unless mutually agreed to in writing;

3.5.6. use the Solution, unless mutually agreed to in writing, to select or target (a) sites directed at children under the age of 18 years, or (b) based on information generally accepted as “sensitive” pursuant to Internet advertising industry guidelines (e.g., the self-regulatory principles/code of conduct of the Network Advertising Initiative) or Applicable Law, rule or regulation (the Company may remove or deactivate any Media or Ads from the Solution);

3.5.7 Make available any content or materials of abusive, pornographic, vulgar, harassing, obscene, invasive or otherwise offensive, or, pursuant to Applicable Law, illegal content of any kind in connection with the Solution (including using the Solution); or

3.5.8. Alter or tamper with any information or materials on or associated with any Service or the Platform or any content provided there through.

3.6. Privacy

3.6.1. Publisher agrees: (i) to comply with and use the Solution in accordance with all Applicable Laws; and (ii) to obtain End Users freely given, specific, affirmative, informed, and unambiguous consent in accordance with Applicable Law to the Company’s PP and Cookie Policy, including with respect to placing or accessing any the Company’s cookies or any other unique identifiers on the end Users’ device(s) and browser(s) the collection of personal data and to the advertising or content being served; (iii) to conspicuously display, maintain, and make readily accessible to End Users, a privacy policy that complies with Applicable Law and provides information on Customer’s data collection practices, including information on the kind of data collected, the purposes for which the data will be processed, any disclosures that will be made of the data and use of any tracking mechanism, information on how to disable those tracking mechanisms; (iv) that use of the Solution shall be governed by and subject to PP and comply with Applicable Law; and (v) to provide End Users with the Company’s opt-out for receiving Ads;

3.6.2. Publisher shall ensure that it does not associate the Platform with any Personally Identifiable Information, or set, read, write, modify or delete any cookies on the Company domain, or use cookies or tracking technologies through the Platform in a manner that could collect or transmit personally identifiable information unless prior to the first occurrence of any such collection or transmission, Publisher: (a) first, fully, accurately, clearly and conspicuously discloses the type of information collected (described with specificity in the case of personally identifiable information), the method of collection (e.g. by registration, etc.), and the location of (i.e., a link to) the privacy policy that governs the collection, use and disclosure of the information; and (b) then, obtains the End User’s affirmative consent to such collection and/or transmission (prior to such collection) including according to the PP and the Company’s Cookie Policy.

3.7. Publisher represents and warrants it will not, either by itself or by authorizing or encouraging others to do so, directly or indirectly, act in violation of the foregoing terms.

4.1. The Company undertakes to pay Publisher within 30 days following the end of any calendar month (Net+30) the Publisher Earnings. Publisher Earnings means amounts actually received by the Company from Advertisers in consideration for such Advertisers’ Ads displayed on the Publisher’s Media, less associated system fees which include any operational costs (including, but not limited to, virtualized computing, hosting, storage and bandwidth charges),  handling fees, Taxes (“System Fees”), and adjusted as applicable to account for Reconciliation Adjustments. As used herein, “Reconciliation Adjustments” means monthly adjustments made as applicable in order to reconcile Publisher’s account. Examples of Reconciliation Adjustments include but are not limited to: (a) application of amounts previously withheld by or not collected from Advertiser, (b) reporting and statistical errors, (c) deduction or roll-over of amounts, (d) charge backs made by Advertiser with respect to Publisher’s Media and (e) carrying over the uncollected balance of System Fees (without derogating from any right or remedy of the Company).

4.2. All numbers with respect to the Ads for the purposes of billing and payment shall be based on the Company’s reporting system. The Company will provide the Publisher with automatic reports. The parties agree that Company’s reports will be deemed as sole and decisive evidence with respect to amounts owed hereunder and shall be binding upon the Publisher. The Company shall have the right to place certain tracking technology in the Ads (such as tracking pixel(s) or any other mechanism(s)) for observing, recording, analyzing and optimizing the performance of the Ads and the Media.

4.3. Publisher Earnings and corresponding System Fees shall be determined based solely on numbers as reported in the Platform. Notwithstanding the above, the Company reserves the right to not distribute Publisher Earnings: (a) when amounts due to Publisher equal less than fifty dollars ($50) (in which case amounts due will rollover to the next pay period), (b) if Publisher fails to complete any tax or reporting forms reasonably requested by the Company or to provide the Company with accurate tax information, or (c) where Publisher Earnings are generated by any prohibited and/or fraudulent activity.

4.4. Publisher acknowledges and agrees that Advertisers reserve the right to refuse to pay on impressions, clicks or actions determined to be fraudulent, artificially inflated or otherwise invalid, and that Publisher will not be paid if the Company does not receive payment from the applicable Advertiser.

4.5. Without derogating from the above said (or from any right or remedy of the Company), in case Company detects, in its sole discretion, fraudulent activity: (i) Company may suspend and/or block Publisher’s account; and/or (ii) no payment shall be paid for the entire day that such activity was detected in; (iii) if Publisher believes that such activity is not fraudulent activity, publisher must provide the company with sufficient evidence as will be decided by Company.

4.6. Unless otherwise stated, all payments shall be made in U.S. dollars and all amounts referenced herein refer to U.S. dollars.

4.7. All amounts payable hereunder are exclusive of any sales, use and other taxes, tariffs duties or mandatory payments, however designated (“Taxes”). Publisher is solely responsible for payment of any Taxes applicable amounts paid hereunder..

5. Term and Termination

5.1. This Agreement shall be in full force and effect as of the date of registration of your account (in case self-service platform registration) until terminated according to the terms provided herein.

5.2. The Company may suspend Publisher’s access to and use of its Platform including its Solution and/or at its discretion terminate this Agreement if the Company in its sole reasonable discretion believes that: (a) Publisher is engaging in a prohibited activity, in particular if Publisher violates any Applicable Law or (b) Publisher’s continued use of the Platform and or Solution is likely to damage or cause imminent harm to the Platform, the Solution, the Company or other users of the Solution and / or Platform (such as Advertisers).

5.3. The Company may terminate this Agreement for convenience immediately without any notice to Publisher.

5.4. Upon termination (i) the license provided by the Company hereunder shall immediately terminate and expire; Publisher will immediately (a) cease making any use of the Solutions and remove the Tag from the Media; (b) pay all amounts owed to the Company hereunder; (iii) Sections ‎6,‎7,‎8 and ‎9 will survive the termination or expiration of this Agreement.


6.1. Each Party (“Receiving Party”) agrees that it will not use or disclose any Confidential Information received from the other Party (“Disclosing Party”) other than as expressly permitted under this Agreement or as expressly authorized in writing by the disclosing Party. The receiving Party shall use the same degree of care to protect Confidential Information of the other Party as it uses to protect its own confidential information of a similar nature, but in no event less than reasonable care. Publisher agrees that it will require every employee or consultant who will have access to, use of, or knowledge of the Solution to execute (in advance of and as a condition to such access, use of or knowledge) a confidentiality agreement including terms substantially similar to those contained in this Section ‎6.

6.2. Nothing in this Section ‎6 will prevent either Party from disclosing Confidential Information of the other to the extent required by law, judicial order or other legal obligations, provided that in such an event, the Party disclosing such Confidential Information of the other shall notify such Party to allow such Party to seek a protective order or other appropriate relief. If a protective order is not obtained, the Party required to make such disclosure shall disclose only that portion of the Confidential Information which its counsel, in its reasonable judgment, advises is legally required to disclose.

6.3. Upon termination, expiration or earlier upon demand of the Disclosing Party, the Receiving Party shall promptly, return to the Disclosing Party all Confidential Information of such Party which is in tangible form, or certify in writing that all such Confidential Information has been destroyed.


7.1. Publisher shall indemnify, defend and hold harmless the Company its affiliates directors, officers, agents, employees or successors from and against any and all damages, liabilities, costs and expenses (including reasonable attorneys’ fees) incurred by the Company arising out of any third party claim related to any alleged or actual breach by Company of the representations and warranties herein or Company’s access to or use of the Solution (a “Claim”). The Company will notify the Publisher of any Claim. Should the Company choose to tender the control and the defense of any such Claim to the Publisher, it shall provide the Publisher with information reasonably required (at the Publisher’s expense) in order to defending such Claim. If the Company choose to tender the control and the defense of any such Claim to the Publisher, the Company may join the Publisher (at the Publisher’s expense) in the defense with counsel of its choice. Any settlement requiring the Company to admit liability, pay money, or take (or refrain from taking) any action, incur any liability, will require the Company’s prior written consent.

7.2. If (1) a third party asserts a claim against Publisher asserting that Publisher’s use of a Solution or any part thereof in accordance with this Agreement violates that third-party’s patent, trade secret or copyright, or (2) the Company believes the Solution, or any part thereof may violate a right, then the Company will, at its expense: (a) modify such portion of the Solution or any part thereof provided such modified deliverable has at least equal functionality and features at the deliverable with which it is replaced, or (b) procure the right to continue using the Solution or any part thereof, and if (a) or (b) are not commercially reasonable, terminate Publisher’s right to use the Solution. This section contains Publisher’s exclusive remedy and the Company’s sole liability for any such claims.


7.4. The Company does not monitor content provided or made available in or through Media or the Solution, nor does it screen or has any control over such content. Publisher shall be solely responsible for all content so provided and in no event shall the Company be liable for any damages or loss whatsoever, whether direct, indirect, general, special, compensatory, punitive, consequential, and/or incidental, arising out of or relating such content or the use of the Media.

8. Limitation of Liability

8.1. In no event shall either party be liable to the other party for any incidental, indirect, special, exemplary, or consequential damages including, but not limited to, damages for loss of profits, business interruption, loss of information, and the like, in each case even if such party has been advised of the possibility of such damages. Notwithstanding anything to the contrary, Publisher’s total aggregate liability under this Agreement, if any, to the Company’s or any other person or entity, in connection with any claim relating to this Agreement, including any services provided by or on behalf of company, will be limited to an amount equal to the lower of (i) US$10,000 or (ii) the amount received by the Company under this Agreement during the 30 day period immediately preceding the date of the claim. The existence of one or more claims will not enlarge this limit. This section shall survive the expiration and/or termination of this Agreement.

8.2. No action arising under or relating to this Agreement, regardless of its form, may be brought by either party more than six (6) months after the cause of action has occurred and in any event no later than three (3) months after the termination of this Agreement, except for an action for non-payment brought by the Publisher. The foregoing limitations shall apply notwithstanding any failure of essential purpose of any limited remedy and are fundamental elements of the bargain between the parties.


9.1. Except for Publisher’s payment obligations under this Agreement, neither party shall be liable by reason of any failure or delay in the performance of its obligations hereunder for any cause beyond the reasonable control of such party, including but not limited to electrical outages, failure of Internet service providers, riots, insurrection, war (or similar), fires, flood, earthquakes, explosions, and other acts of God.

9.2. This Agreement contains the entire agreement between the parties and supersedes all other agreements between the parties. Without derogating from the generality of the foregoing, in the event that the terms of this Agreement are in conflict to the terms of any other agreement, provision, quote, order, acknowledgment, or other communications between the parties, the terms provided herein shall prevail over such conflicting terms (even if the conflicting terms are incorporated in a written instrument signed by the parties herein after the execution of this Agreement unless the Publisher specifically referred in such instrument to the name and date of this Agreement and to the amendment of its terms and conditions).

9.3. Publisher may not assign this agreement without the prior written consent of the Publisher, and any assignments in violation of the foregoing shall be void. Nothing in this Agreement is intended or will be construed to give any person, other than the parties hereto, any legal or equitable right, remedy or claim under or in respect of this Agreement or any other provision contained herein. This Agreement shall be interpreted in accordance with Israeli law and the courts in Tel Aviv shall have sole jurisdiction over any disputes hereunder.

9.4. This Agreement may be executed in two counterparts, each of which shall constitute an original and the two together shall constitute a single agreement. Whenever possible, each provision of this Agreement shall be interpreted in such a manner as to be effective and valid under applicable law but, if any provision of this Agreement is held to be invalid, illegal or unenforceable in any respect, such provision will be ineffective only to the extent of such invalidity, or unenforceability, without invalidating the remainder of this Agreement. The parties agree that Publisher may amend this Agreement / provide Publisher with certain guidelines and that such amendments/guidelines shall be binding upon the Publisher within 48 hours of the date such amendments/guidelines has been sent to the Publisher.

9.5. Our services are designated to corporate entities and not natural persons. If you are acting on behalf of a corporate, you hereby represent and warrant that you are authorized to act on behalf of the corporate per which you agree to these terms of services.

Exhibit ‎ 3.4 Guidelines

1. The Publisher may not use the Solution or the Ads in any application that has been downloaded to user’s desktops without their permission.

2. The Publisher may not use Solution or the Ads through any software, which does any of the following without End User’s explicit authorization: takes control of the End User’s computer to send unsolicited information, diverts or redirects End User’s browser, modifies computer settings for default internet access providers, search providers, bookmarks, security settings or web page display, renders security settings, security software or anti-spyware programs inoperable, induces or deceives a user to provide Personally Identifiable Information, cannot be uninstalled or removed by standard and normal practices.

3. The Publisher may not use the Solution or the Ads in any Media that contains content explicitly related to child pornography or is otherwise in violation of Applicable Law.

4. If the Company believes that the Publisher is serving content that improperly contains spyware or malware, the Company may at its sole discretion, reply to third party inquiries and disclose Publisher name and contact details to third party.

5. Any one of the preceding instances that occurs through Publisher’s Media will count as a single violation of these Guidelines. Each instance will result in a $1,000 non-refundable fine added to Publisher next monthly invoice and the Company will reserve the right to take additional actions available to it such as terminating the agreement or other available remedies and actions according to Applicable Law.

6. The Parties agree to the following (without admitting any Personal Data is collected).

6.1. Definitions and Interpretation:

“Affiliate(s)” means in respect of either party at any time, any person or legal entity controlled by or controlling or under the common control of that party. Any reference to the Company shall include reference to its Affiliates;

“Data Subject” means the individual to whom the Personal Data relates;

“Data Protection Laws” means any Applicable Laws. It shall include ePrivacy Directive 2002/58/EC as implemented by countries within the European Economic Areas (“EEA”), (b) the General Data Protection Regulation (EU) 2016/679 (“GDPR”) and/or (c) other laws or subordinate legislation that implement or amend the laws that are identified in (a) and (b) above from time to time.

“End User Personal Data” means information about an End User which the Company collects from End Users directly via the Ads, including the Company’s own UUID, IP address and some other user agent data (for example, information about which device and browser the End User is using to access the Ads).

“Publisher Personal Data” means the personal data (such as the Publisher’s employee’s name and email address) which the Publisher provides to the Company in order to use the Company’s services (such as those required in connection with Publisher’s account in the Platform).

“Personal Data” means any information about an identified and/or identifiable natural person which the Company processes pursuant to the Agreement and which may include the End User Personal Data and/or the Publisher Personal Data (as applicable).

“Personal Data Breach” means a breach of security leading to the accidental or unlawful destruction, loss, alteration, unauthorized disclosure of, or access to, End User Persona Data or Publisher Personal Data transmitted, stored or otherwise processed by the Company.

“Sub-processor” means sub-contractors and/or replacement sub-contractors (as the case may be) which process personal data on behalf of the Company from time to time.

The terms “Data Controller”, “Data Processor”, “Data Subject”, “Personal Data”, and “Processing” shall have the same meaning ascribed to them under the GDPR. 2.

6.2. Nature and Scope of Processing. The Publisher agrees to process Personal Data pursuant to the purposes set forth in this Schedule and per Applicable Laws. The Company shall process Personal Data for the following purposes: (a) the End User Personal Data to provide online content to End Users who interact with the Ads and improve the Company’s Services; and (b) the Publisher Personal Data to provide the services to the Publisher pursuant to the Agreement.

6.3. Role of Parties. The parties acknowledge and agree that they are each independent controllers in respect of End User Personal Data and Publisher Personal Data.

6.4. Each Party shall be individually and separately responsible for complying with the obligations that apply to it as an independent Controller under Applicable Laws.

6.5. Lawful Basis. (a) End User Personal Data. Publisher acknowledges that the Company relies on Publisher’s lawful basis for processing End User Personal Data as it does not have a direct relationship with an End User. Accordingly, Publisher warrants that: (i) if Publisher relies on legitimate interest, it has completed a legitimate interest assessment which has considered the Company’s provision of the services; and (ii) the Publisher shall (in any event) obtain the End User’s consent per the terms of the Agreement. (b) Publisher Personal Data. Publisher acknowledges that the Company’s lawful basis for processing Publisher Personal Data is contractual, as the Publisher Personal Data is required in order for the Company to perform its obligations under the Agreement.

6.6. Data Subject Rights. Publisher shall promptly inform the Company if it receives a request from a Data Subject exercising its rights under the Applicable Laws, to enable the Company to respond directly to such Data Subject’s request. Publisher shall (if requested in writing and at the requesting party’s sole cost and expense) provide reasonable assistance to the Company, to fulfil the Data Subject’s request. The Publisher shall not provide any information to any End User without first obtaining the Company’s written consent.

6.7. Transparency. The Publisher acknowledges his respective transparency obligations where Personal Data being processed is obtained directly from the Data Subject and confirms that no Personal Data is obtained from a third party. Publisher undertakes to display appropriate privacy notices to Data Subjects (including as required by Applicable Laws, such as Art 13 of the GDPR. The contact email for the Company for matters relating to Data Subject rights is  [email protected]

6.8. Personnel. Publisher agrees that its personnel engaged in the processing of Personal Data shall be informed of the confidential nature of the Personal Data, receive appropriate training and have executed confidentiality agreements. In addition, the Publisher shall restrict personnel’s access to Personal Data to only those who require access to such data in order to provide the services pursuant to the Agreement.

6.9. Sub-processors. Publisher may not use any Sub-processors without obtaining Company’s prior consent. The Company may use sub-processors and shall strive (i) to have each of its Sub-processors enter into a written agreement subjecting such sub-processor to equivalent obligations with respect to Personal Data as imposed under this DPA and Data Protection Laws; and (ii) have the foregoing written agreement shall contain terms which require the sub-processor to put in place appropriate technical and organisational measures. Publisher acknowledges that the Company may engage third parties (including its Affiliates) in connection with the provision of the services pursuant to the Agreement.

6.10. Sharing Personal Data. In respect of the Personal Data, the Publisher agrees that it shall not share personal data with the Company which (i) except for Publisher Personal Data, allows Data Subjects to be directly identified (for example, name and e-mail address) and/or (ii) contains any Special Categories of Personal Data.

6.11. Data Security. Publisher shall maintain appropriate technical and organisational measures for the protection of the security, confidentiality and integrity of the Personal Data. The security measures the Company uses to protect Personal Data shall be outlined in its Security Statement. If either party becomes aware of a Personal Data Breach in respect of the Personal Data it shall notify the other in writing as soon as reasonably practicable, and take such steps as it deems necessary and reasonable in order to remediate the cause of the Personal Data Breach.

6.12. Data Retention. The Company shall delete Publisher Personal Data when requested by the Publisher. In respect of End User Personal Data, the retention period shall be as provided in the Privacy Policy of the Company.

6.13. Compliance. The Publisher shall upon prior written request, make available to the Company such information reasonably necessary to demonstrate its compliance with the obligations under the Agreement. In addition the Publisher shall notify the Company in writing (i) if, in its opinion, an instruction from the Company infringes Applicable Laws; and (ii) if a party receives a complaint, notice or allegation from any data protection authority or similar body alleging non-compliance with Applicable Laws in relation to the Agreement and/or services rendered thereunder.

6.13. Compliance. The Publisher shall upon prior written request, make available to the Company such information reasonably necessary to demonstrate its compliance with the obligations under the Agreement. In addition the Publisher shall notify the Company in writing (i) if, in its opinion, an instruction from the Company infringes Applicable Laws; and (ii) if a party receives a complaint, notice or allegation from any data protection authority or similar body alleging non-compliance with Applicable Laws in relation to the Agreement and/or services rendered thereunder.

6.14. International Transfers. The Company may transfer or otherwise process Personal Data outside of the EEA (including via a Sub-processor).