Tester Terms of Service Agreement and Privacy Policy

1) WHO WE ARE

Useberry User Testing Technologies IKE is a Greek private company seated at Athens, Greece and operating from the same address. Useberry User Testing Technologies IKE (“Useberry” or “we” or “our” or “us”) owns and controls Useberry services, and provides access to the Useberry website, at the url: https://www.useberry.com and all subdomains under the https://www.useberry.com domain and related properties (the “Website”), software, data and materials accessed via the Website (the “Services” or “Properties”).

Useberry is committed to preserving your privacy and maintains a global Privacy Statement governing the privacy of information collected by Useberry and its entities around the world through its websites and by other means. Users of the service that are residents of the European Union can be rest assured that their personal data is treated with utmost care since Useberry abides by the requirements set forth in the General Data Protection Regulation 2016/679 (hereinafter “GDPR”) with effect from 25 May 2018. Please read the following privacy policy to understand how we use and protect the information obtained from those participating in our User Tests (the “User Tests”).

 

2) WHAT IS USEBERRY AND HOW IT WORKS

Useberry is a platform that provides app publishers, designers and developers (from now on ‘Researchers’) with the tools to create and conduct UI/UX research (from now on ‘User Tests’) to real users (from now on ‘Testers’) on their app prototypes, that is, before proceeding to developing their app.

There is a variation of ways to distribute these User Tests:

For an app that is already published and the Researcher wants to test changes or new features, the User Tests can address Testers:

  1. Through the app, directly to the app real audience.
  2. Through a web link sent by email or through social networks.
  3. Through third party apps, directly to their audience.

For a new app, not yet published:

  1. Through a web link distributed to a group of users.
  2. Through third party apps, directly to their audience.

In the case of third party apps, Useberry is establishing a network of publishers of app for smartphones and websites (from now on ‘Publishers’) who will distribute User Tests to their audience for a compensation, in a similar way they are distributing video ads.

 

3) DESCRIPTION OF THE USER TEST YOU ARE GIVEN

The User Test you are given is not a real app, but rather a simulation of a real app. It only consists of images that are connected to each other. It bears no kind of actual functions whatsoever. So, no real action will occur while you are in this app simulation environment.

Before you begin the User Test, you will be given a task. As soon as you perform the action that is associated with the completion of this task, the test will terminate.

While you are in the environment of the User Test, all kinds of buttons, like Share, Follow, Save, Like, Bookmark, Login, Reset, Cancel, Pay etc. and all kinds of fields, like Username, Password, Email e.t.c are fake and thus lead to no real action. In no case will this simulated app connect to any kind of social network app or to any other app in your smartphone, and in no case will this simulated app save any kind of text you may type. If, in the process of completing your task, you are asked to fill in a text field, such as Username, Password, Email, etc., you are welcome to insert random text. The text you will insert will not be recorded anyway.

After termination, up to three optional sessions may follow in which you might want to participate:

  1. You may be asked for demographic data or life characteristics, such as gender, age group, personal interests e.t.c.
  2. You may be asked your opinion about the app you just tested, by answering a multiple choice questionnaire.
  3. You may be asked for your email and/or name, that will be sent to the Researcher if the Researcher is holding a draw for a Prize or just he offers you a reward.

Choosing to skip the above sections does not affect the results of the User Test or the fact that you have successfully completed it.

 

4) USER DATA AND INFO WE COLLECT AND PROCESS

4a) “TESTER METADATA”

a1) FOR TESTERS REACHED VIA MOBILE PHONE:

Data received automatically by Useberry when a user connects to the app with which Useberry’s software interoperates (“Tester meta-data”).

When a user connects to a mobile application, which cooperates with Useberry, a specific set of user’s device data is automatically sent to Useberry servers. Such data, depending on the user’s mobile operating system, on the susceptibility of the application to receive such data and on the availability of such may be:

For Android:

  1. The Advertising ID
  2. Third party apps downloaded/installed
  3. Device Description
  4. Network Provider
  5. MCC and MNC (numbers indicating the country of user location and the Network Provider)
  6. If NFC exists and if it is enabled
  7. Operating system and its version
  8. Screen Size
  9. Device Manufacturer
  10. Version of Useberry-enabled app
  11. Type of connection – e.g. wifi
  12. Last saved location, latitude, longitude, accuracy- only if the current app has permission to use location services
  13. Device language
  14. If roaming is used
  15. If accessibility is enabled
  16. If the user is an app publisher
  17. If installation of third party apps is allowed
  18. if the Device is hardware accelerated
  19. Exact time of communication with server
  20. Useberry api key for the application used
  21. If the application used runs the sdk version of google play or universal
  22. User’s ip address (retrieved when connecting to the server)
  23. Device brand info
  24. Device board info
  25. Android webview user agent
  26. Further location info (latitude, longitude, accuracy, altitude etc.)

For iOS:

  1. The Advertising Identifier
  2. Device Description
  3. Operating system version
  4. Screen size
  5. Device set language
  6. Manufacturer
  7. Network Provider
  8. Version of Useberry enabled app
  9. MNC
  10. Exact time of communication with server
  11. Useberry api key for the application used
  12. User’s ip address (retrieved when connecting to the server)

All such data received automatically by Useberry do not contain data which are able to lead to the identification of the natural person using the Mobile Device.

All such data are completely anonymous.

The aforementioned data are collected by Useberry under your permission and consent, which has already been granted by you by accepting the app’s terms and conditions/privacy policy provided by the publisher or Useberry-enabled application owner. Under the Useberry-enabled app’s terms and conditions/privacy policy, the app publisher/Researcher has informed you and has asked your consent for the collection and use of the aforementioned data by such third parties (including Useberry) with which the app has opted to cooperate. Please note that, as regards collection of (precise) location data, Useberry collects such data only insofar as, by accepting the app-publisher’s terms of use, you have consented to the collection and processing, by the app-publisher, of your geolocation data. If you have blocked collection of such data by the app-publisher, Useberry shall not be able to collect or process any precise location data of the user. The automatically received data/information, as described above, are collected and stored by Useberry in order for Useberry to be able to discern whether the user is eligible for a User Test offer. The aforementioned “response meta-data” are collected, stored, used and processed by Useberry, according to the terms of this Policy. Please note that once the user accepts this privacy policy and participates in a User Test, Useberry may be able to collect, additionally, only in Android, the following data:

  1. Connectable networks
  2. Device IMEI (only when the app publisher has obtained permission of the user to access such data
  3. Mac address (only on Android Lollipop and below)
  4. List of running services
  5. Memory information
  6. CPU information
  7. Bluetooth information
  8. List of initial scan results of available BLE devices
  9. Android ID (randomly generated number by the system)
  10. Hardware serial number
  11. List of installed apps

Most of the above data will not be sent/received by Useberry every time a user accepts this policy and chooses to participate in a User Test. Aforementioned data may be collected only if such a collection is necessary in order to meet certain User Test parameters and technical criteria (e.g if Useberry needs to micro-target a User Test with the help of beacon data (Bluetooth devices), Useberry may enable retrieval of such data in order to achieve better targeting).

If the user who is offered to participate in a User Test chooses not to participate, or declines acceptance of this policy, Useberry will not proceed to any further collection of user data but can at all times use and process already collected response meta-data.

By accepting this privacy policy document, you once more give Useberry your consent for the processing of data described above (including possible precise location data, if available), according to the terms and conditions of this privacy policy. Without prejudice to the foregoing, you hereby, once more, specifically grant your explicit consent, for the collection and processing, by Useberry, of device information such as your Advertising ID/Advertising Identifier and, where applicable or available, of other Device Identifiers (as described above). You hereby give your explicit consent for the connection of your Advertising Identifier to a previous Identifier or data derived from it. Furthermore you grant Useberry your explicit consent for the association of all data and info, which Useberry collects, stores and processes, to any collected, stored and processed persistent advertising identifier.

a2) FOR TESTERS REACHED VIA WEBSITES:

Data received by Useberry when a user visits a website with which Useberry’s software interoperates through the placement of a Useberry Cookie.

When a user visits a website which cooperates with Useberry, Useberry places and uses a cookie in order to receive information about the visitor pertaining to his possible eligibility for User Test tendering. Please note that under the Useberry terms and conditions/privacy policy, for website owners the website owner has already informed you and has asked your consent for the placement and use of a Useberry cookie among other possible first party or third party cookies which such website uses.

By accepting this privacy policy document, you once more give Useberry your consent for the processing of data collected in the manner described above, according to the terms and conditions of this privacy policy. You are also informed that you can at all times disable third party cookies by adjusting your browser’s settings so that third party cookies are disabled.

4b) DATA COLLECTED THROUGH THE USER TESTING PROCESS (CONTENT DATA)

Useberry collects and processes Data which consist of the Tester’s actions on the simulated app presented by Useberry to the Tester deciding to participate in the User Test. Whenever the Tester chooses to participate in an offered User Test, all parameters of the Testers actions while in the app simulation environment, that is, screen coordinates and time intervals of clicks, double clicks, taps, double taps, swipes, slides e.t.c. are collected, stored and processed by Useberry according to the terms of this privacy policy. Those data collected through the User Testing process will be associated with aforementioned Tester meta-data/cookie collected data.

4c) DATA VOLUNTARILY SUBMITTED BY THE TESTER

Useberry also collects and processes:

c1) Demographic data that the Tester is optionally asked to submit (such as Tester’s gender, age group, interests etc) that is processed and stored by Useberry in order to form targeted audiences for subsequent User Tests.

c2) Direct Personally Identifiable Data (such as Tester’s name, e-mail address etc) which the Tester voluntarily consents to send to the Researcher through Useberry for any reason e.g. in order to participate in competitions for prizes or for other contact or promotional purposes which shall be communicated to you by Useberry when you will be asked to provide such Data.

By accepting this privacy policy document, you once more give Useberry your consent for the processing of data collected in the manner described above, according to the terms and conditions of this privacy policy.

 

5) HOW WE USE DATA

Useberry collects, processes and analyzes data and provides its clients, the Researchers, with statistical charts, data, info, and tools/options for further analysis, related to the results of a User Test. Correlation/association of all data and info received/deduced by Useberry during the User Test process and all prior-to User Test /after- User Test processes, are also conducted in order for Useberry to be able to provide services to its clients. Useberry may at all times correlate or associate collected Tester meta-data and collected content data with data voluntarily submitted by the Tester, except for Direct Personally Identifiable Data, described in section c2, which Useberry will never correlate with any other data. Direct Personally Identifiable Data will be stored and sent to the Researcher only for the purpose of conducting a draw for a Prize.

Furthermore, all data collected and processed by Useberry, in any manner and form, including Tester meta-data, all content data, voluntarily sent data and all further analyses pertaining to a User Test are and remain at all times Useberry proprietary material, and are included in Useberry’s proprietary databases.

Please also note that:

We may disclose data collected by us (including Direct Personally Identifiable Data, such as name, e-mail address etc. which the user sends to Useberry in order to participate in competitions), if required to do so by law or in the good-faith belief that such action is necessary to comply with state and federal laws in response to a court order, judicial or other government subpoena or warrant, or to otherwise cooperate with law enforcement activity or other legal process. We also reserve the right to disclose data collected by us, as we believe, in good faith, is appropriate or necessary to take precautions against liability; to protect Useberry and others from fraudulent, abusive, or unlawful uses or activity; to investigate and defend ourselves against any claims or allegations; to assist government enforcement agencies; to protect the security or integrity of the Service and our other property; or to protect the rights, property, or safety of us, our users, or other persons or entities.

Finally we use commercially reasonable physical, managerial, and technical safeguards in an effort to preserve the integrity and security of your personal information. All data and responses are transferred above HTTPS/SSL secure channels to ensure the secure exchange of data between the users’ devices and Useberry servers. We cannot, however, ensure or warrant the security of any information you transmit to us, and you do so at your own risk. Once we receive your transmission of personal information, we make commercially reasonable efforts to ensure the security of our systems. Please be aware, however, that this is not a guarantee that such personal information may not be accessed, disclosed, altered, or destroyed by breach of any of our physical, technical, or managerial safeguards. If we learn of a security systems breach, then we may attempt to notify you electronically so that you can take appropriate protective steps. We may post a notice through the Service if a security breach occurs.

Useberry may at all times use, transfer, process, develop and exploit at its sole discretion all elements, data or content included in such Useberry Databases for any legal, commercial or other purpose.

Useberry does not collect and does not share with any entity whatsoever any sensitive or “special categories of data” including but not limited to financial account numbers, Social Security numbers, pharmaceutical prescriptions or medical records.

 

6) RECIPIENTS OF DATA

Useberry is the main recipient of data and Useberry may share, transfer or license, in whole or in part elements such data to third parties such as our client-researchers, app-publishers or other Useberry clients (collectively “Clients”). You hereby give your consent for the lawful processing of your data by our Clients, with whom we share such data.

We require from our clients to abide by the GDRP and/or the EU-US/SWISS-US privacy shield, in relation to their processing of your data.

Useberry is a Greece based company, therefore you understand and consent to the processing of your personal data by us in the Greece. We may also from time to time transfer your personal information to other countries outside the Greece and make it accessible to our parents, subsidiaries, affiliates and third-party service providers internationally. We will protect your personal information in accordance with this Privacy Policy wherever it is processed.

Useberry may share, transfer or license such data to marketing companies, advertisers or other ad-serving companies who may use (or further sublicense) the data with the purpose of serving advertisements.

Useberry, does not itself collect (and does not allow third parties to directly collect e.g. via third party cookies), user multi-site or cross-app data through the operation of the Useberry platform. However, Useberry may share or license Useberry-collected data with third entities which, after having received Useberry data, may themselves associate them with other data (including multi-site data or cross-app data) previously collected/owned by them or licensed to them by other (non-Useberry and non-Useberry-affiliated) sources. Such third-party entities, depending on their business scope, may engage in Online Behavioral and Interest based Advertising, allowing advertisers to infer interests and serve ads to users based on their activity and location over time. For the transfer or licensing of Useberry-collected Data to aforementioned entities (although such transferred/licensed data does not in itself include any cross-app or multi-site data) we require from clients to be compliant: with the DAA (Digital Advertising Alliance) to be found at http://www.aboutads.info/ (as each set of principles may be amended from time to time by the DAA or any successor entity to the DAA, and all interpretations of the DAA’s Self-Regulatory Principles, whether by the DAA itself or by the Council of Better Business Bureaus in an accountability proceeding or otherwise); the NAI self-regulatory principles to be found at http://www.networkadvertising.org/ (as the Code may be amended from time to time by the NAI or any successor entity to the NAI, and all interpretations of the NAI’s Code of Conduct by the NAI itself or any successor entity to the NAI); the Principles of the European Interactive Digital Alliance (“EDAA”), currently available at (http://www.edaa.eu/european-principles/), as each set of principles may be amended from time to time by the EDAA or any successor entity to the EDAA; any other relevant FTC, NAI or DAA code, principles or other guidance relating to the collection and use of data or serving of advertising or other Targeted content in the mobile environment; all United States Federal Trade Commission (“FTC”) rules and guidelines regarding the collection, use or disclosure of information from or about a unique user of a website, application or mobile website and/or the device associated with such user.

Please also note that:

We may work with third-party service providers to provide maintenance services, data analysis, service hosting, and other services for us. These third parties may have access to or process data/information collected by us as part of providing their contracted services to us. Useberry complies with applicable Data Protection legislation and cooperates with reliable cloud hosting service providers. Useberry cooperates with such cloud hosting providers who are either located within the E.U. (and therefore are obliged to comply with all EU Data Protection Laws and Regulations) or may be located in the US. In the latter case, US located cloud hosting providers are selected by Useberry, on grounds of US providers being certified members of the U.S. – EU Privacy Shield companies (https://www.privacyshield.gov/list ).

We may disclose data collected by us (including Direct Personally Identifiable Data, such as e-mail address etc. which the user sends to Useberry in order to participate in competitions), if required to do so by law or in the good-faith belief that such action is necessary to comply with state and federal laws in response to a court order, judicial or other government subpoena or warrant, or to otherwise cooperate with law enforcement activity or other legal process. We also reserve the right to disclose data collected by us, as we believe, in good faith, is appropriate or necessary to take precautions against liability; to protect Useberry and others from fraudulent, abusive, or unlawful uses or activity; to investigate and defend ourselves against any claims or allegations; to assist government enforcement agencies; to protect the security or integrity of the Service and our other property; or to protect the rights, property, or safety of us, our users, or other persons or entities.

We use all the data you provide us only for the purposes for which it was provided to us in accordance with the present Terms of Service Agreement and Privacy Policy and we warrant that all the processing operations in which we engage shall be lawful and compliant with the provisions of the GDPR. In particular, taking into account the nature, scope, context and purposes of processing as well as the risks of varying likelihood and severity for the rights and freedoms of natural persons, we have implemented, by design and by default, appropriate technical and organisational measures to ensure and be able to demonstrate that processing is performed in accordance with the GDPR.

We require from all third parties with whom we share your data to agree and warrant that all the processing operations in which they engage shall be lawful and compliant with the provisions of the GDPR (even if not applicable directly by Law to their business) and/or the EU-US/SWISS-US Privacy Shield and any further Data Protection Legislation which may be applicable to their business. We also require that they provide, in particular in terms of expert knowledge, reliability and resources, sufficient guarantees to implement appropriate technical and organisational measures in such a manner that processing will meet the requirements the GDPR (even if not applicable directly by Law to their business) and/or the EU-US/SWISS-US Privacy Shield and ensure the protection of the rights of the data subject.

Finally, we use commercially reasonable physical, managerial, and technical safeguards in an effort to preserve the integrity and security of your personal information. All data and responses are transferred via HTTPS/SSL secure channels to ensure the secure exchange of data between the users’ devices and Useberry servers. We cannot, however, ensure or warrant the security of any information you transmit to us, and you do so at your own risk. Once we receive your transmission of personal information, we make commercially reasonable efforts to ensure the security of our systems. Please be aware, however, that this is not a guarantee that such personal information may not be accessed, disclosed, altered, or destroyed by breach of any of our physical, technical, or managerial safeguards. If we learn of a security systems breach, then we will attempt to notify you electronically so that you can take appropriate protective steps. We shall post a notice through the Service if a security breach occurs and we shall notify the personal data breach to the supervisory authority without undue delay and, where feasible, not later than 72 hours after having become aware of it, in case the personal data breach is likely to result in a risk to the rights and freedoms of natural persons.

 

7) COMPLIANCE WITH DATA PROTECTION/PRIVACY POLICY LEGISLATION

Useberry is GDPR compliant. Useberry takes all necessary actions to comply with COPPA and protect the rights and safety of Minors. By minors we mean individuals under the age of majority in their residence. We make efforts to exclude Minors from any collection of data and therefore we delete any information and data that has come to our attention that is related with Minors without any notice. If has it comes to your attention anything regarding this issue please contact us immediately.

7.1 GDPR
Useberry processes Personal Data in accordance with the GDPR requirements directly applicable to Useberry’s provision of its services, which came into force on 25 May 2018. In particular, Useberry processes personal data only in accordance with GDPR data protection principles and GDPR data protection provisions. Useberry also implements appropriate technical and organisational measures and demonstrates compliance and ensures that both in the planning and implementation of processing activities, data protection principles and appropriate safeguards are addressed and implemented (data protection by design and default).

7.2 YOUR PRIVACY RIGHTS
In your capacity as a data subject whose data is collected and processed by Useberry, we inform you that you have the rights provided to you under the GDPR and, in particular, you have (a) the right to withdraw your consent at any time and without detriment, without affecting the lawfulness of processing based on consent before its withdrawal, by notifying such withdrawal to us via email with the subject “Data processing consent withdrawal” at the following email address contact@useberry.com; (b) the right to request from Useberry access to and rectification or erasure of personal data or restriction of processing concerning you and to object to processing as well as the right to data portability; (c) the right to receive notification regarding rectification or erasure of your personal data or restriction of processing that is takes place following your request; (d) the right not to be subject to a decision based solely on automated processing, including profiling, which produces legal effects concerning you or similarly significantly affects you, and (e) to lodge a complaint with a supervisory authority.

7.3 CONTACT INFO/REPRESENTATIVE IN THE EU/DATA PROTECTION OFFICER
Please contact us with any questions or comments about this Policy, your personal information, our third-party disclosure practices, or your consent choices by email: contact@useberry.com.

Useberry designates as its representative in the EU, who acts on Useberry’s behalf and who may be addressed by any supervisory authority and be subject to enforcement proceedings in the event of non-compliance with the GDPR by Useberry, Mr Thodoris Tokis, who can be contacted at the following address: teo@useberry.com. Useberry remains fully liable under the GDPR. Useberry appoints as a Data Protection Officer Thodoris Tokis, who can be contacted at the following address: teo@useberry.com.

 

8) OPT-OUT MECHANISMS
Useberry provides you with a set of tools in order for you to be able to control the collection and processing of your data either by Useberry or by Useberry clients with which Useberry may share the data it collects:

Opt-out

By following the instructions below, Useberry shall stop sending to you any User Tests in the future and shall stop collecting or processing any further data about you.

Android
In order to disable user tests from within your app, please visit your Google Settings on your phone in the Ads section and copy your Advertising Identifier.

iOS
In order to disable user tests from within your app, please visit your Privacy section in Settings and then choose Advertising. After that you can enable Limit Ad Tracking. If you are able to retrieve your Advertising Identifier, please copy it and read below in order to opt out.

Web
You can disable user tests from your browser by finding Useberry cookie placed by the web plugin. In order to find the cookie stored by Useberry web plugin you need to open the cookie section within your browser and filter cookies with the domain name of the website that hosts Useberry web plugin. Then once you see the list with all the cookies from that website you need to copy the value of the cookie “uuid”.

For any of the three options above, please get in contact with us at contact@useberry.com with email subject: “opt me out” and message: the information you copied before (Advertising Identifier or cookie “uuid”).

Resetting your Advertising Identifier

You can also at all times reset your Advertising identifier from the relevant setting section of your mobile device. If you choose to do so, all data previously collected about the user and associated with the Advertising identifier cannot be correlated or associated with the new Advertising Identifier obtained after the resetting.

You can at any time erase any user test related profile created by Useberry platform around your mobile device or browser by following the instructions below:

Android
Visit your Google Settings and then in Ads section choose to reset your Advertising Identifier.

iOS
Visit your Privacy section in your Settings and then choose Advertising. After that, you can reset your Advertising Identifier.

Web
Open your cookies section in your browser and delete Useberry cookie.

By following the aforementioned procedures, you mobile device or browser will consider you as a completely new user for Useberry platform and will ignore previous user tests related profiles.

 

9) REPRODUCTION OF USER TEST CONTENT BY THE TESTER AND RELATED MATTERS

Please note that the User Tests presented to you are created by Useberry clients (Researchers), who are the proprietors of all related Intellectual Property Rights. Furthermore, User Tests may include information about the business of the Researcher which the Researcher treats as confidential and sensitive. Unlicensed divulging of such business information may cause serious damage to the Researcher’s business. As a result of the above, by accepting this terms of service and privacy policy document you agree that you shall not use, copy, reproduce or publicize (e.g. via social media) User Tests and their content which may have been presented to you, as these acts may constitute a violation of third parties’ rights as protected by Law.

Reward draw

  1. The reward draw (the “Reward Draw”) is open to people who provide their email address after completing the task to the prototype app.
  2. Employees or members of Useberry (“We”) or their family members, or anyone else connected with the Reward Draw may not enter the Reward Draw.
  3. Entrants into the Reward Draw shall be deemed to have accepted these Terms and Conditions.
  4. To enter the Reward Draw you must submit your name and email address. No purchase is necessary.
  5. Useberry accepts no responsibility for entries cannot be delivered or entered for any technical or other reason.
  6. Proof of delivery of the entry is the email sent by https://www.useberry.com to as a response to the email entered by the User.
  7. One winner will be chosen from a random draw of entries received in accordance with these Terms and Conditions. The draw will be performed by a random computer process. The draw will take place on the date mentioned on the aforementioned email.
  8. The winner will receive the reward mentioned in text above the form he or she used to enter the draw.
  9. The winner will be notified by email on the date of the draw.
  10. The reward will be sent to the winner by email within one week from the date of the draw.
  11. The reward is non-exchangeable, non-transferable, and is not redeemable for cash or other prizes.
  12. Useberry retains the right to substitute the award with another award of similar value in the event the original award offered is not available.
  13. Useberry shall use and take care of any personal information you supply to it as described in this privacy policy. By entering the Prize Draw, you agree to the collection, retention, usage and distribution of your personal information in order to process and contact you about your Reward Draw entry.
  14. Useberry accepts no responsibility for any damage, loss, liabilities, injury or disappointment incurred or suffered by you as a result of entering the Prize Draw or accepting the reward. Useberry further disclaims liability for any injury or damage to your or any other person’s computer relating to or resulting from participation in or downloading any materials in connection with the Reward Draw.
  15. Useberry reserves the right at any time and from time to time to modify or discontinue, temporarily or permanently, this Reward Draw with or without prior notice due to reasons outside its control (including, without limitation, in the case of anticipated, suspected or actual fraud). The decision of Useberry in all matters under its control is final and binding and no correspondence will be entered into.

APPLE, GOOGLE AND AMAZON ARE NOT A SPONSOR NOR ARE INVOLVED IN ANY WAY IN THIS CONTEST/DRAW. NO APPLE PRODUCTS ARE BEING USED AS PRIZES.

 

10) GOVERNING LAW & MISCELLANEOUS

The present Agreement and its interpretation shall be governed by and construed in accordance with the Greek Law and the parties consent to the exclusive jurisdiction of the courts of the city of Athens. In case any of the provisions of this Terms of Use is found to be invalid, it shall not affect the validity of the other provisions that will remain in force.

 

11) CHANGES AND UPDATES TO THIS POLICY

Useberry reserves the right to modify the terms and conditions of the present Agreement or alter or end its services at any time at its sole discretion. You are responsible for ensuring that you will regularly review the present Agreement. If you choose to continue using Useberry services after any modifications to the present terms are made, you will be considered to have fully and unconditionally accepted the aforementioned modifications to this Agreement.

Last Updated: 01-09-2018

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