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Terms and Conditions


This Terms of Service Agreement ("Agreement") will be effective from the date User creates an account and/or uses the Sociants Services (as defined below "Effective Date") by and between REMA , LLC and its affiliates ("Partners"; "We, "Our") and the User and, as applicable, its Affiliates ("User"; "You"; "Your"); each individually, a "Party" and collectively "The parts". These Terms of Services may change without prior notice or notice. The most current version of the Terms of Services will always be available through the Sociants website. Please review these Terms of Services periodically. PREAMBLE WHEREAS, Sociants, is a registered trademark of REMA, LLC., is a digital platform that matches needs with services to help the well-being of people in the community. Sociants provides access to all users and tools for better decision making, optimization in distributing care and services; WHEREAS, the User wishes to access and use the services of Sociants under these Terms of Service established in this Agreement; THEREFORE, in consideration of the mutual agreements and agreements set forth below, and other important and valuable considerations, the User and Sociants agree to the foregoing and agree as follows: TERMS AND CONDITIONS 1. Sociants Obligations: 1.1 . Partners License. REMA, LLC has obtained a license from Propulsa, LLC to market its products and services. Pursuant to such designation, REMA, LLC grants the User a sole, limited, revocable, non-exclusive and non-transferable right to use Sociants as described in these Terms of Services accepted by the User in accordance with this agreement, for the period ending on (i) the termination of this Agreement, or (ii) the expiration of any extended terms applicable to the terms of this Agreement. 1.2. Services. Sociants is a social determinants of health platform that uses proprietary intellectual property to enable the matching of needs and supports, as well as complementary uses and functionality, which may be published at its discretion ("Sociants Services"). 1.3. Password. The Sociants Services are password restricted for authorized users and the platform can only be accessed using the login account and password that the User decided to use when creating the Sociants account. The User is responsible for keeping the password confidential. Therefore, the User assumes responsibility for all actions taken - and instructions provided by Sociants - under the User's account or third parties, whether authorized or not. 1.4. Privacy Policy. At Sociants, the privacy of User information is taken very seriously. Users agree to read and accept the Sociants Privacy Policy as amended. 1.5. Distribution. Sociants Services are offered solely by online means, through the digital World Wide Web (“World Wide Web”). The user uses the platform at his own risk. By accessing the Sociants Services, the User is responsible for their functional connection to the website. 1.2. Setting. The basic configuration of all services will be the sole responsibility of Sociants. The user is responsible for providing an environment that corresponds to the specifications of the services and is otherwise suitable for the configuration and operation of the services. Without limiting the generality of the foregoing, the application for the Sociants Services selected by the User must be adequate with respect to the availability of electrical power, wiring, device connectivity, Internet services and hard disk. Software and supplies are not included with the Services, but are required for setup, operation, or use. 2. User Obligations: 2.1. User Requirements. The User who registers to use Sociants must be the minimum age, as defined in this section, or older. The user will only have one account, which must be registered in his or her real name and subject to any prior restrictions to use the Sociants Services. "Minimum age" means eighteen (18) years for the United States and its territories. However, if the law requires that the User must be older in order for Sociants to legally provide the Services to the User (including the collection, storage and use of the User's information), the Minimum Age is such age required by law. . Our services are not designed for, and we do not direct them to, anyone under the age of thirteen (13). That is why we do not knowingly collect personal information from anyone under the age of thirteen (13). 2.2. Account. To access and use the Sociants Services, you must first create an account. User may request a Sociants account by creating or submitting basic user information to Sociants, "Create an Account." The user will create a password only known to him or an authorized third party. It is the user's responsibility to keep this information secret. If for any reason the password is lost, forgotten, if any security breach or unauthorized use of any password occurs, the User must contact Sociants immediately at:; to (i) reset your password, (ii) deactivate your account and prevent fraud and other illegal activities, and (iii) make any reasonable effort to stop any reproduction or distribution of the content. 23. Acceptance. By accessing or using the Sociants Services, the User agrees to be bound by the terms and conditions of this Agreement. If the User does not agree with these terms of service, do not access or use the platform. 2.4. Authorization. User grants Sociants the non-exclusive, worldwide right to use, copy, store, transmit and display User data to the maximum extent permitted by law. The User agrees to grant Sociants an express, specific and limited power to act on the User's behalf and to subrogate the User's rights to make a reference to the community Users who are part of our network. Sociants is not authorized to edit, modify or delete information or data provided by the User to effectively request a service, unless the User has given written consent. Sociants is only responsible for processing the referral, but cannot guarantee a specific time frame or the quality of services provided by other users. Sociants works based on the information entered by Users and assumes that it is accurate, current and legal. However, Sociants is not responsible for any erroneous information or lack of information, nor is it responsible for the acts carried out by the user when submitting the information and/or for all illegal activities or intentions that the user may have or may have committed when completing and submit a survey to obtain services. 2.5. Information. The user agrees to provide true, accurate, complete, correct, current and legal information and data, and will not encourage or use Sociants for illegal, fraudulent and/or unauthorized actions, such as, but not limited to, fraudulent requests for services or infringements of intellectual property and privacy in violation of applicable law, rules, regulations, court or government order, or give rise to civil liability or violate or infringe intellectual property, proprietary property, patents, trade secrets, copyrights, the moral, publicity or other rights of any person or entity. The user assumes all responsibility arising from any errors or inaccuracies, and is solely responsible for the consequences arising from such errors, inaccuracies and any act during the use of the Sociants Services. The User also grants Sociants consent through acceptance of these Terms of Service to benefit from the analysis of de-identified information. 2.6. User rights. By using the Sociants Services, the User:2.6.1. You may access and use the Sociants platform only on a single access basis at a time. 2.6.2. You may use the Sociants platform licensed in this Agreement solely for User's personal purposes. 2.6.3. For optimal use of, you should not opt out of receiving email communications, as this is the method by which Sociants and the user can communicate. 2.7. User limitations. The Sociants Services are subject to the following limitations: 2.7.1. User will not use the Sociants Services platform to perform any data or information processing services for third parties in exchange for a fee or other pecuniary benefit of any kind. 2.7.2. The user will not copy the Sociants Services for any reason or commercially exploit the Sociants Services or create Internet links to the service or "frame" any content on, or accessible from, the services on any other server, device wireless or use the Internet. 2.7.3. User shall not license, sublicense, sell, resell, assign, grant access to, make available, transfer or distribute to any other person any or all of the Sociants Services, or any right, title or interest of any kind. 2.7.4. You agree not to modify, reverse engineer, disassemble, decompile, make derivative works of, or access Sociants to create a competitive service or build a product using or copying similar ideas, features, functions, or graphics based on Sociants or any part thereof. 2.7.5. User acknowledges that he or she obtains no right, title or interest in any copyright, trademark, patent or other proprietary rights of Sociants, and agrees not to assign, lend, sublicense, alter, modify, adapt, reproduce, duplicate, copy, sell, trade, resell or exploit it for commercial purposes. 2.7.6. The user is solely responsible for the accuracy, quality, integrity, legality, reliability and correctness of the content provided. The user is responsible for any and all activities that occur under the user's account and will comply with all applicable local, state, federal, national and foreign laws, treaties and regulations in connection with the use of the Sociants platform. . You must ensure that your use of the Sociants Services complies at all times with all applicable local, state, federal and international laws, regulations and conventions, including without limitation those related to data privacy, international communications and Protected Health Information (“Protected Health Information”). 2.7.7. THE USER IS UNDER THE OBLIGATION NOT TO PRETEND TO BE OR TAKE THE IDENTITY OF ANOTHER USER OR CUSTOMER OF SOCIANTS OR PROVIDE FALSE IDENTITY INFORMATION TO GAIN ACCESS TO THE SERVICES. 3. Payment Charges and Rates. The user will pay Sociants for the use of the services at the following rates specified according to the type of user. Sociants will charge: 3.1. Rates. The applicable rate selected by the User from the available alternatives published on Rates will take into consideration the number of user types, number of users, roles and other factors to evaluate what the final amount of money owed to REMA, LLC will be on a monthly basis. User acknowledges and agrees that any change in any factor may result in changes in the amount owed for the period in which the change becomes effective. 3.2. Payment method. These payments will be automatically charged through the User's preferred credit card, using third party payment processors. The user can choose to save the credit card information for recurring billing or, by not saving it, can re-enter the information for future use. 3.3. Payment authorization. You grant Sociants and its representatives express authorization to charge your credit card for the purpose detailed above. User understands that this form constitutes a legally binding contract and that by signing the Agreement, User will be responsible for all agreed upon charges (as stated above) as well as any and all legal and collection fees. The authorization granted hereby is for the sole purpose of this Agreement. 3.4. Taxes. The User is responsible for all tax payments made for processing, shipping, collection, payment and final refund. 3.5. Cancellations and Refunds. The user can cancel their account at any time by sending us an email at . Sociants will suspend the user account and fees will no longer accrue. The user accepts and acknowledges that, upon cancellation, he/she will not receive any refund of the fees already paid. 4. Additional provisions 4.1 Confidentiality. Each party acknowledges that during the Term of this Agreement, the other party may require, be exposed to and have access to the other party's materials, data and information that are confidential, proprietary or proprietary and/or a trade secret ("Confidential Information "). Confidential Information shall include, but not be limited to, User information or any confidential or proprietary information disclosed by or on behalf of any party in writing or orally and any such information discovered by any party pursuant with the provision of the Sociants Services under this Agreement. The parties agree that they will not disclose the Confidential Information, except as required in the course of performing their obligations under this Agreement, to any person, firm or corporation, nor will they use the Confidential Information for any purpose, except to fulfill their obligations. respective obligations under this Agreement, except as required by law. The User's confidentiality obligations below do not apply to any information that (i) was legally and rightfully in the User's possession at the time of disclosure and was not acquired directly or indirectly through Sociants, (ii) was legally acquired and entitled to it by the User from other persons who acquired it by appropriate means and had no obligation of confidentiality to Sociants with respect to the same, or (iii) now, or hereafter becomes, without fault of the User, part of the public domain by publication or otherwise. 4.2. Intellectual property. Except as provided in this section, information exchanged between the parties will be considered confidential, unless otherwise agreed in writing by both parties. Each party will keep confidential all terms, conditions or other provisions of this Agreement. The user acknowledges and accepts as follows: 4.2.1. The owner of each item of Intellectual Property embodied in any component of the Sociants Services shall own and retain title in and to each product and its components, including without limitation all Intellectual Property embodied in (i) the code and documentation of all services, (ii) all manuals or user information, (iii) the design and format of input and output screens, the graphical user interface and printable forms, reports and other printed copies incorporated or generated for the Services, and (iv) all additions, improvements, revisions, updates, customizations or other modifications to the Sociants Services or any part thereof, regardless of any fees or charges paid by the User to Sociants with respect to the Services. Services or the design, creation or use thereof. The user must not cause or permit the removal or alteration in any way of any notice, legend or symbol denoting any copyright, trademark, patent or other proprietary right or intellectual property interest that appears on any screen of input or output or printed output incorporated in or generated by the Products, or any documentation, manuals, brochures or other written or printed materials of any kind related to the Products. 4.2.2. Each element of Intellectual Property incorporated in a product or any component thereof constitutes valuable proprietary information and trade secrets of the owner of such intellectual property. User shall not disclose (or permit any User's employee, independent contractor, agent or other person under its authority or control to disclose) to any person, or permit any person to access, any such proprietary information or trade secrets in its entirety. or in part; provided, however, that use of the Products in accordance with the terms and conditions of this Agreement is permitted by User's employees in the ordinary course and scope of their employment by User. The user must not cause or allow the Services to be modified, decompiled or reverse engineered, in whole or in part. The user must not cause or allow the Products and/or Services, documentation or other information related to the Products to be copied or reproduced in any form or by any means, in whole or in part. User will take such actions to preserve and protect Sociants' proprietary rights and confidentiality interests in and with respect to the Products that are, at a minimum, proportionate to the actions taken by User to preserve and protect its trade secrets and proprietary rights. valuable or other proprietary rights or confidential information. 4.3. Discharge. The Sociants Services are a registered trademark of REMA, LLC, and are licensed not sold to the User. The User may use the Sociants Services only as permitted by these Terms of Services. The User may not, and will not allow any other party to: (i) modify, adapt, alter, translate or create derivative works of the Applications; (ii) use or merge the Website, or any component or element thereof, with other software, databases or services not provided by Sociants; (iii) license, distribute, sell or transfer the Website to any third party; (iv) use the website as a service agency, or lease, rent or lend the website to third parties; (v) reverse engineer, decompile, disassemble or otherwise attempt to derive the source code or structure of the Website; (vi) interfere in any way with the operation of the Website; (vii) circumvent, or attempt to circumvent, any electronic protection measures implemented to regulate or control access to the Website; (viii) create a database by systematically downloading and storing the website; (ix) use any robot, spider, site search/retrieval application or other manual or automatic device to retrieve, index, scrape, data mine or otherwise collect the Website or reproduce or circumvent the navigational structure or presentation of the Website without our express prior written consent; or (x) use the Website for commercial purposes. The user agrees not to develop, distribute or sell any software or other functionality capable of starting, launching or otherwise integrating with the website. The user may not remove, alter or obscure any copyright notice or any other proprietary notice appearing on the website. 4.4. Websites. With respect to the Sociants Services, the website may contain links to other Internet sites. Links to and from the Website to other third party sites do not constitute an endorsement by Sociants, or any of its affiliates, of such third party sites, an acceptance of responsibility for the content of such sites, or any transfer of data to said sites. In the event that User requests that Sociants provide User data to a third party or to any user location other than the United States, User represents that it has acquired consent or has provided necessary notices to transfer such content or information. and that such transfer does not violate any applicable international, federal, state or local laws and/or regulations. 4.5. Third Party Users. We work with third-party users to help us operate, provide, improve, understand, personalize, support and market our services. When we share information with third-party users, we ask them to use your information in accordance with the laws, our instructions and terms, or with your express permission. Some Users' access to information is dependent on acceptance of the Business Associate Agreement incorporated herein at Annex A. 5. Other terms and conditions. 5.1. Duration and Termination. This Agreement shall begin on the effective date and continue until terminated as set forth below. This Agreement will terminate if any of the following situations occur: (1) in the event of any breach of this Agreement, Sociants reserves the right to suspend or terminate User's use of or access to the Website if User fails to comply with these Terms of Service. services; (2) the User may terminate, at its sole discretion (for any reason or no reason), the use of the Sociants Services by written Notice and after the account deletion process. Such suspension or termination may result in the permanent deletion of the User's information or other previously available content, the User's failure to provide service will not alter the obligation to pay all outstanding charges on the User's billing account 5.2. Guarantees and disclaimer of liability. REMA, LLC or its affiliates do not represent or warrant that the services will be error-free or uninterrupted; that defect will be corrected; or that the service or the server that makes the service available is free of any harmful components, including, without limitation, viruses. REMA, LLC or its Affiliates make no representation or warranty that the information (including instructions) on the services is accurate, complete or useful. User acknowledges that use of the Service is legal in any particular jurisdiction, and that REMA, LLC or its Affiliates specifically disclaim such warranties, some jurisdictions limit or do not allow disclaimer of implied or other warranties, so the The above disclaimer applies to the user to the extent that the law of such jurisdiction is applicable to the user and these terms of service. By accessing or using the Service, User represents and warrants that the activities User engages in are legal in all jurisdictions where User accesses or uses the Service. The Sociants Services, including, without limitation, the Sociants Content, are provided as is, as available and with all faults. As permitted by law, neither REMA, LLC, nor any of its employees, managers, officers, agents or affiliates make any representation, warranty or endorsement of any kind, whether express or implied. Furthermore, REMA, LLC, its employees, managers, officers, agents or affiliates disclaim all warranties, express or implied, including, but not limited to, the warranties of merchantability, fitness for a particular purpose, non-infringement, data integrity, title, custom, trade, uninterrupted service and viruses of computer or technology equipment. 5.3. Without limiting the foregoing, copying or reproducing the Sociants Services to any other server or location for further reproduction is expressly prohibited. The Sociants Services are warranted, in any event, only in accordance with the terms of the License Agreement. EXCEPT AS WARRANTED IN THE LICENSE AGREEMENT APPLICABLE TO THIS SOFTWARE, REMA, LLC DISCLAIMS ALL WARRANTIES AND CONDITIONS, EXPRESS OR IMPLIED, INCLUDING, WITHOUT LIMITATION, IMPLIED WARRANTIES OF MERCHANTABILITY, FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR PURPOSE, TITLE AND NON-INFRINGEMENT. You acknowledge that the Sociants Services available or provided to you may contain technology that is subject to strict controls by various agencies of the United States Government pursuant to United States export control laws and regulations. You agree that you will not transfer or export such software from the United States or re-export such services outside of the United States in violation of the United States export laws and regulations. REMA, LLC does not authorize the downloading or export of any software or technical data from the Sociants Services to any jurisdiction prohibited by United States export control laws and regulations. 5.4. Limitation of resources. Without prejudice to other provisions in this Agreement, the exclusive remedy of the User with respect to or relating, directly or indirectly, in any way to the Sociants Services, including, without limitation, the design, use, suitability, performance, features or other aspects of the same, whether or not covered by any warranty, it will be up to Sociants, at its discretion, to: (1) repair, correct or address the complaint within a reasonable time; (2) replace the Products in question with identical but operational products; (3) replace the Products in question with different products whose functionality is substantially the same as that of the Products being replaced; or (4) refund to User all charges related to the Products previously paid by User to Sociants. 5.5. Dispute resolutions. The Parties agree that, in the event of differences, disputes or alleged violations related to these Terms of Services, they will not resort to automatic judicial procedures and, instead, will resort, within a reasonable time, to mediation before resorting to litigation. . In the event that the Parties are unable to amicably resolve the matter or matters in dispute, and except where the exigency of the matter reasonably requires injunctive relief to preserve the status quo, the Parties shall submit all matters still in dispute to conclusive arbitration. and binding in San Juan, Puerto Rico, United States of America. Both mediation and arbitration proceedings will be conducted in accordance with the Dispute Resolution Service of the American Health Bar Association. The arbitrators may award a prevailing party, in their opinion, its attorneys' fees and costs incurred in connection therewith. The venue for any action in court with respect to the arbitration, including without limitation the enforcement of its decision, will be in San Juan, Puerto Rico, United States of America. 5.6. Limitation of actions. Except as set forth in this Agreement, neither Party shall commence any action or commence any proceeding related directly or indirectly to this Agreement more than two years after the Party initiating the action or proceeding knew, or reasonably should have known, the essential facts. that give rise to the underlying cause of the action. 5.7. Relief. The user releases Sociants (and its affiliates, officers, directors, agents, subsidiaries and employees) from claims, demands and damages (actual and consequential) of every kind and nature, known and unknown, suspected and unsuspected, disclosed and undisclosed, arising out of or in any way related to such disputes. 5.8. NO RESPONSIBILITY. IN NO EVENT SHALL SOCIANTS OR ITS AFFILIATES BE LIABLE TO ANY PARTY FOR ANY DIRECT, INDIRECT, SPECIAL OR OTHER CONSEQUENTIAL DAMAGES ARISING OUT OF ANY USE OF THE WEBSITE, OR HYPERLINKED WEBSITE OR SOFTWARE APPLICATION (INCLUDING MOBILE APPLICATIONS), INCLUDING, WITHOUT LIMITATION A, ANY LOST PROFITS, BUSINESS INTERRUPTION, LOSS OF PROGRAMS OR DATA ON USER'S EQUIPMENT, OR OTHERWISE, EVEN IF SOCIANTS EXPRESSLY INFORMED OF THE POSSIBILITY OR PROBABILITY OF SUCH DAMAGES. UNDER NO CIRCUMSTANCES SHALL SOCIANTS OR ITS AFFILIATES HAVE ANY LIABILITY FOR CONSEQUENTIAL DAMAGES, INCLUDING, BUT NOT LIMITED TO, PUNITIVE DAMAGES, EXEMPLARY DAMAGES, OR SPECIAL DAMAGES OF ANY KIND. 5.9. Limitation of damages. If, notwithstanding any provision of this Agreement to the contrary, a court of competent jurisdiction determines that User is entitled to damages with respect to any claim by User arising under this Agreement, the full amount of such damages will be will be limited to the following: 1) if such damages relate to the performance or nonperformance of any services, the amount of such damages shall not exceed the total amount of all charges related to such services that (prior to the date on which they are determined damages) were paid by the User to Sociants; or (2) if such damages are with respect to any other breach of this Agreement by Sociants or its Affiliates (other than breach of non-breach warranty), the amount of such damages shall not exceed the total amount of all charges that, prior to the date from which such damages are determined, were paid by the User to Sociants or its Affiliates with respect to this Agreement. 5.10. Compensation. Except as expressly provided in these Terms of Service, User agrees to indemnify, defend and hold harmless Sociants and its Affiliates, and their respective shareholders, directors, officers, employees, agents and other representatives from and against any damages, expenses for loss or other liability that may arise, directly or indirectly, from: (1) any claim by any person other than the User involving or relating to any development or use of any service by the User (irrespective of any defect or defect of any kind in the service) and regardless of any wrongful act or omission or other failure attributable to any of the aforementioned indemnities, or (2) any breach of any obligation of the User under the Agreement. 5.11. Force Majeure. All time periods specified for performance of obligations (other than monetary payment obligations) by either party hereunder shall be subject to extension for a period equal to any delay caused by Force Majeure. . After the occurrence of any Force Majeure, the affected performance will be extended to a number of days equal to the period of such delay. 5.12. Notices and Notifications. All notices, notifications, requests, demands or other communications directed to a Party shall be in writing and shall be personally delivered or sent by certified mail with return receipt requested or certified mail, postage prepaid, to the address of the Party specified at continued: 1353 Luis Vigoreaux Ave. PMB 486 Guaynabo, PR 00966 or to any other address that such Party may specify in a Notice to the other Party. 5.13. Separability. Information collected before changes are made will be protected in accordance with the above policies. If any of these conditions shall be deemed invalid, void, or for any reason unenforceable, that condition shall be deemed severable from the Agreement and shall not affect the validity and enforceability of any remaining condition. 5.14. Choice of Applicable Law. This Agreement will be governed and construed in accordance with the laws of the Commonwealth of Puerto Rico. 5.15. Geographic Limitations. Currently, the Sociants Services are limited to the United States of America. 5.16. Definitions: 5.16.1. "Account" means any Sociants account created by the User on its behalf, within the page for the use of the services of the website. 5.16.2. “Agreement” means a meeting of opinions with the understanding and acceptance of reciprocal legal rights and duties regarding particular actions or obligations, which the parties intend to exchange; a contract; these Terms of Services. 5.16.3. "Affiliates" means a corporation that is related to another corporation by one holding shares of the other, by common ownership, or by other means of control. 5.16.4. “Cardholder Data” means the full Primary Account Number together with the cardholder name, expiration date and service/security code. 5.16.5. "Effective Date" means the date immediately preceding the User's acceptance of these Terms of Use when creating an account with Sociants. 5.16.6. "Force Majeure" means any cause or circumstance beyond the control of the parties (such as, for example, acts of God, changes in government regulations, acts of government agencies or their employees or agents, weather, strikes, shutdowns employers, boycotts, and inability to secure labor or any materials specified or reasonably necessary in connection with the property through normal commercial channels, fire, unusual delays, etc.) 5.16.7. "Hardware" means tangible personal property related to the computer, such as computers, monitors, terminals, storage devices, connectivity devices, printers, etc. 5.16.8. "Information" means all physical and digital material, including , among others, documents, photographs, digital photocopies, user data, software, etc. 5.16.9 "License" means the right to access and use the Sociants Services granted under the Terms of Service in this Agreement to Authorized Users. 5.16.10. “Party” in plural “Parties” means employees, managers, officers, agents or affiliates of Sociants, or users and users. 5.16.11. “Period” means the calendar period (monthly, quarterly or annual) corresponding to the frequency of payments with respect to a recurring charge. 5.16.12. "Person" means a natural person, or a private or government entity of any type. 5.16.13. “PHI” refers to Information Protected Health Information, such as any patient information, including very basic information such as name or address, that (1) relates to past physical or mental health or condition , present or future of an individual, the provisions of health care to an individual, or the past, present or future payment for the provision of health care to an individual, and (2) identifies the individual or can reasonably be used to identify the individual. individual; the definition according to CFR 160.103. 5.16.14. “Services” or “Sociants Services” means any and all services, tools, software, content, including any application programming interface that accesses functionality, provided through Sociants by REMA, LLC. 5.16.15. "Software" means the object code versions of any downloadable software provided by Sociants for the sole purpose of accessing the Sociants Services, including, without limitation, an agent, together with any updates, new versions, modifications or improvements, owned and provided by Sociants to User in accordance with this Agreement. 5.16.16. "User" means a person with authorized access to the Services, Software and Documentation, for whom the User has opened an account. There are different types of users, each subject to licensing and access limitations, such as individuals, field representatives, community leaders, community users, coordinators, volunteers, case managers, resource managers, authorized representatives and /or government agencies. 5.16.17. "User Data" means the data, files or information that the User has accessed, used, communicated, stored or sent in connection with the User's use of the services or software. 5.16.18. "Website or web page" means a group of pages connected on the World Wide Web ("World Wide Web") considered as a single entity, generally maintained by one person or organization and dedicated to a single topic or several closely related topics; Partners. 5.17. All rights reserved. Sociants reserves the right to modify this Agreement at any time, without the need for the consent of the User and will notify the User of such modification in a prominent manner. The user's continued use of Sociants services will constitute acceptance of the new Terms of Services. Modifications to this Agreement will be effective immediately upon posting and will supersede all prior versions of the Terms of Services, unless otherwise indicated. These Terms of Service may change. The most recent version of the Terms of Service will always be available through the website ( 5.18. Complete Agreement. These Terms of Service, together with all other matters incorporated into these Terms of Service by reference, incorporate the entire agreement (the Agreements are these Terms of Service and Privacy Policy) and agreement between the User and Sociants and supersede and terminate all the previous agreements.

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