Please find below the Conditions of Use for twoppy, forming part of twoppy B.V., having its registered office in Leusden, 3832 GN, listed in the Trade Register of the Chamber of Commerce under file number 51437120. twoppy provides products and services in the area of information and (tele)communication technology for organisers and visitors to business and public events and/or social activities.
Please read these Conditions of Use carefully and regularly as they describe your rights and obligations as a User of twoppy (a natural person or legal entity wishing to use and gain access to twoppy or wishing as a supplier to provide content for it).
By using the twoppy website in any way whatsoever, for instance via twoppy.com, twoppy.com sub domains, twoppy domains with different extensions (for instance .nl, .net, .org, etc.), via other (mobile) media or via the so-called twoppy API, you accept being bound by these Conditions of Use. twoppy reserves the right to amend these Conditions of Use at any required time without informing the User of this. You can read the most recent Conditions of Use by visiting twoppy.com. If you use twoppy after the Conditions of Use have been amended you will irrevocably accept the amendments.
Clause 1. Access
1.1. In order to gain access to twoppy the User can apply for an account with an access code in the manner as described on the website. twoppy reserves the right to refuse or block an account without stating the reasons.
1.2. If the access code does not work properly, the User should report this as soon as possible to twoppy and twoppy will then provide the User with a new access code.
1.3. The User must keep the access code strictly secret. Any use of the code will be attributed to the User.
1.4. If twoppy has established or reasonably suspects that unauthorised third parties are using or can use the access code or if the User informs twoppy of such a use, twoppy will immediately block access to the database. twoppy will inform the User as soon as possible of the unauthorised use and the blocking via a digital message. After the blocking twoppy will provide the User with a replacement access code as soon as possible.
1.5. Access must take place via a program installed by the User and a functioning internet connection.
Clause 2. Right of use
2.1. twoppy hereby grants to the User the non-exclusive, non-transferable right and the User hereby accepts this right to use twoppy via a website, whether or not via a web interface, for an indefinite period of time and under conditions further detailed below.
2.2. During the term of this agreement the User is entitled to use the online content of events for which the User has registered, for the purpose it has been placed for.
2.3. The User can manage his own account. Depending on the user settings messages will be sent to the User. twoppy reserves the right to place content on twoppy which might be aimed at certain profiles. The User acknowledges and accepts this functionality of twoppy.
2.4. The User will fully comply with specific user instructions or restrictions announced or still to be announced by twoppy.
2.5. twoppy reserves the right to withdraw this right immediately in the event of abuse of the database and/or the search program or if there are strong indications of this abuse.
2.6. In some cases certain details with regard to for instance the user media, locations and histories used by the User will be recorded and retained by twoppy and used for user statistics rendered anonymous.
Clause 3. Suppliers
3.1. The User can supply content free of charge which content can be used by other users. The User is liable for the accuracy and completeness of the content supplied.
3.2. The User is not allowed to use twoppy for:
a. acts and/or behaviour which contravene the applicable legal provisions, the Netiquette (Internet etiquette) or the guidelines of the Dutch Advertising Code Authority (Reclame Code Commissie);
b. unsolicited messages sent to Users (spamming);
c. the infringement of copyright-protected work or any other action in conflict with titles to the intellectual property of third parties;
d. disclosure or distribution of criminal texts and/or images or sound including (child) pornography, racist material and discriminatory statements and/or which are otherwise offensive;
e. sexual intimidation or any other form of harassment of persons;
f. the distribution of computer viruses;
g. placing pornographic and/or sexually oriented images or texts;
h. any other act in contravention of the law, the codes of conduct as well as of what is considered appropriate in social and economic life.
3.3. twoppy reserves the right to refuse content, to filter it and/or to remove it at its own discretion.
3.4. twoppy enables a User to buy additional paid-for services. twoppy explicitly reserves the right to change the amounts referred to above. The User will be informed of this via a digital message.
3.5. The User will never be entitled to a refund of the amounts paid. Premature notice of termination or temporary inaccessibility of services or reduced services being available will never entitle the User to any refund of (a part of) amounts already paid.
Clause 4. Intellectual and industrial property
4.1. The copyrights and any other intellectual property rights including the rights to databases and trademarks with regard to the content placed on twoppy are exclusively vested in twoppy and/or its suppliers or licensors.
4.2. A User who places content grants thereby to twoppy an unencumbered, global, non-exclusive license, free of charge, on the content to use, reproduce, distribute and disclose this information with regard to the services of twoppy as well as the marketing and/or promotion purposes of twoppy. This license is also understood to cover twoppy's right to allow the use of the information by third parties and to allow third parties to reproduce these files.
4.3. Without the prior written consent of twoppy the User will not in any way wholly or partly disclose, reproduce or provide to third parties the content from (the database of) twoppy except in those cases where the consent is evident from the nature of the right of use.
Clause 5. Liability
5.1. In connection with its activities twoppy depends (partially) on the cooperation, services by and supplies from third parties over which twoppy has little or no influence. twoppy will never be liable for any loss arising from the agreement between the User and twoppy or its breach regardless of whether the damage is caused or becomes evident during or after the agreement with twoppy.
5.2. Any liability of twoppy for any other form of loss is excluded, including any form of indirect loss such as punitive damages, compensation of consequential loss, loss of or damage to data and loss due to lost sales or profits.
5.3. Neither will twoppy be liable for losses as a result of inaccessibility, incompleteness, inaccuracy or out-dated content on twoppy nor for the content supplied by third parties.
5.4. Any liability of twoppy will at any time be limited to a maximum of the invoice most recently paid.
5.5. twoppy will never be liable for the consequences of changes in or additions to twoppy made by or for the benefit of the User.
5.6. twoppy will never be liable for abuse by third parties by which the User suffers losses.
5.7. Claims for losses as a result of the foregoing must be submitted in writing to twoppy within 2 months after the loss arose on pain of any entitlement to compensation having expired.
Clause 6. Force majeure
6.1. In the event of any non-attributable failing in the performance the performance of the respective and associated obligation(s) will be fully or partially suspended for the duration of such a force majeure without the parties being obliged to pay any compensation to each other. The parties can only invoke force majeure against each other if the respective party informs the other party in writing as soon as possible of such an invocation of force majeure with submission of the necessary documentary evidence.
Clause 7. Term and termination
7.1. This agreement is effective for an indefinite period of time. The User is entitled at any time to terminate the agreement. Insofar as the User has bought a paid-for service from twoppy it is only possible to terminate the agreement after the term of this paid-for service has expired.
7.2. Any party is entitled to dissolve a paid-for service with immediate effect via a registered letter without any further notice of default and without any prior judicial intervention being required if:
- the other party applies for a moratorium;
- the other party has been declared bankrupt;
- the other party is a legal entity and is dissolved;
- the control of or the decisive vote in the business operations of the other party transfers to a third party.
Clause 8. Amendments
8.1. twoppy is entitled to change the software as well as the manner in which twoppy is organised and/or operates provided the changes are and remain in accordance with the applicable legal provisions.
Clause 9. Disposal & encumbering of rights/obligations
9.1. twoppy is allowed without the prior explicit consent of the User to dispose of and/or encumber the rights and/or obligations under this agreement provided the rights and obligations under this agreement continue to remain effective.
Clause 10. Other provisions
10.1 twoppy is entitled to use the services and/or products of third parties in performing this agreement.
10.2. If or insofar as any provision of this agreement is declared invalid or is annulled, the remaining provisions of this agreement will remain in full force and effect. In that case the parties will consult each other with regard to any new provision to replace the invalid/annulled provision taking into account as much as possible the purport of the invalid/annulled provision.
10.3. twoppy states that the processing of personal details in (the database of) twoppy takes place completely in accordance with the Dutch Personal Data Protection Act (Wet Bescherming Persoonsgegevens) and that it meets all the conditions set out to this end. The User indemnifies twoppy against any claim by third parties.
Clause 11. Final stipulation
11.1. This Agreement is governed by Dutch law.
11.2. All disputes arising from this agreement will be settled by the competent judiciary of the District Court of Utrecht.