Terms and Conditions for PUBLISHERS
These Terms and Conditions for Publishers together with the associated Purchase Order(s) (this “Agreement“) govern use by “Publisher” (defined herein) of the “Network” (defined herein) to receive, download and make available “Ads” (defined herein) from Advertisers on “Publisher Web Sites” (defined herein).
(f) The publisher and the site do not engage in, promote or knowingly facilitate activities such as pirating, hacking or any other activities which are illegal under UK law.
(g) In respect of unlawful activity or content contributed to the site without the publisher’s knowledge or awareness of its unlawfulness, the publisher operates a “notice and takedown” policy that complies with applicable law (currently the Electronic Commerce (EC Directive) Regulations 2002).
(h) The site publisher will use all reasonable endeavours not to include on the site those types of content forbidden by the IASH Code of Conduct and by the IASH.EU Code of Conduct. See the definitions of ‘barred inventory’ in Schedule C of the IASH Code of Conduct (www.iash.org.uk) and the definitions of ‘barred inventory’ (‘gesperrtes Inventar’) in Schedule C (‘Aufstellung C’) of the IASH.EU Code of Conduct (www.iash.org.uk). A list of inappropriate sites will be constantly maintained and updated by IASH and by IASH.EU and provided to all members of IASH and IASH.EU.
(i) The site publisher will use all reasonable endeavours to ensure, that inventory booked on this site will not be re-sold or re-brokered.
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