1. Legal Terms & Conditions
License and Warranties. Advertiser hereby grants W3C-HTML.com the right to market, display, reproduce (including compression and temporary storage), distribute, perform, transmit and promote the advertisements together with any content or materials on any interactive site linked to the advertisements through the W3C-HTML.com website. Advertiser certifies that it has all necessary rights and permissions to offer, sell and/or license such products and services through the advertisements and the Advertiser’s website, and that the advertisements and the Advertiser’s website do not and will not violate any applicable laws or regulations or any third-party rights (including, without limitation, intellectual property rights), or contain any libelous or defamatory materials. Advertiser certifies that the advertisements and the Advertiser’s website will at all times comply with all standard, written policies applicable to W3C-HTML.com, including the privacy policies and advertising specifications.
W3C-HTML.com does not guarantee any given level of circulation, distribution, reach or readership for any advertisement.
The advertiser and advertising agency jointly and severally assume liability for all content (including text representation, illustrations, updates and links to other internet content) of advertisements published and also assumes responsibility for any claims arising therefrom made against W3C-HTML.com or its affiliates, including all costs associated with defending any such claim.
W3C-HTML.com shall not be liable to the Advertiser for any technical malfunction, computer error or loss of data or other injury, damage or disruption to advertisements or any web sites.
In the event an account is referred to a third party for collection, advertiser and advertising agency agree to pay all collection fees including attorneys’ fees and court costs incurred to effect collection.
2. Display of Advertising Material
W3C-HTML.com may redesign its site in its sole discretion at any time. If any redesign materially and adversely affects the placement of one or more advertisements W3C-HTML.com will work with advertiser to display the affected advertisements elsewhere in comparable areas of the W3C-HTML.com site.
The advertising inventory under this Insertion Order is for use solely by the Advertiser and may not be used by any third party.
Any guarantees are to impressions (as measured by W3C-HTML.com in accordance with its standard methodologies and protocols), not “click throughs”. W3C-HTML.com will provide Advertiser with standard usage information related to the advertisements. Advertiser may not disclose such information to any third party without W3C-HTML.com’s express prior written consent.
Advertisers must provide all necessary artwork and active URLs to W3C-HTML.com in the time frame and the specified within the Advertising Specifications.
Advertiser shall bear full responsibility for all products or services offered, sold, or licensed through the advertisements or the Advertiser’s website. Advertiser will collect and pay all taxes related to the sale or licensing of such products or services.
Advertiser shall not send unsolicited, commercial email or other online communications (e.g., “spam”) through or into W3C-HTML.com and shall comply with all standard W3C-HTML.com bulk email policies.
Advertiser shall ensure that its collection, use and disclosure of information obtained from W3C-HTML.com users under this Insertion Order complies with all applicable laws, regulations and privacy policies.
Advertiser shall not disclose such user information to any party, nor shall Advertiser use or allow any other party to use such user information in any manner that is or could reasonably be expected to be used by or on behalf of any product or service competitive with W3C-HTML.com. This section shall survive the completion, expiration, termination or cancellation of this Insertion Order for a period of two (2) years.
Both parties will keep the existence and terms of this Insertion Order confidential and neither party will publish any press release related hereto without the prior written consent of the other party.