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Terms and Conditions
Aztec created software and/or intellectual property includes access and/or use of the Administration System, Content Development Tools, Player, Testing Tools, Learning Management System, and all related systems and subsystems. These components are collectively referenced as the “System” or “Aztec System” or “Aztec Learning System” and are also referenced as the “Service” as well as “Software.”
This Agreement expressly forbids the modification and/or duplication of any component of the provided Service and/or Software, including programs, executable code, binary code, images, animations, videos, sound, music, text, courses, subjects, lessons, tests, reports, questions, assets, content creation tools, certificates, and assessments.
Agreement is made unconditionally and in full. Use of any Aztec capability in any way implies you have agreed to these terms and agree to be legally bound to these terms.
It is the customer’s responsibility to read and understand these terms.
Service and Software Description
Aztec provides to customers systems, services, software and/or support allowing a customer’s user to view online content typically presented as learning material (in various forms: including but not limited to, text, animations, sound, video, directed instructions) for users to engage in, but not limited to, a learning experience, interact with users, create groups of users, administer classes, administer learning content, create reports, conduct assessments, create learning content, modify learning content, administer other users, create tests, modify tests and conduct testing. Users are typically, but not necessarily, members of an organization such as a school or an organization that provides learning as part of its services. Thus users may or may not be required to pay the customer organization to use the Aztec System. Users can also be individuals using the Services and/or Software.
This Agreement encompasses all the components of an Aztec System. This includes but is not limited to the administration system, learning system, content creation tools, testing programs, assets, learning content, reports, certificates, questions, lessons, problems, courses, subjects, assessments, and classes. There are two implementation categories of the System, which may reuse components from the other category. The Service category is a hosted environment intended to provide learning over the Internet or an Intranet. The hosted environment (“Service”) can be shared by multiple customers by one customer. A Software version is also available that is intended to support only one customer at a time. Hosting can be provided by a number of different network configurations, including but not limited to intranets, Internet and/or private networks.
Aztec in providing its Service and/or Software may require the use of third party hardware, communications systems, networking systems, and software. The customer is responsible for maintaining all computer hardware, software and communications equipment needed to access the Service or Software, and for paying all related charges, including but not limited access (e.g., ISP, telecommunications) incurred while using the Service or Software. In such cases, the user is providing a required piece of hardware, software, communications, or networking system; it is not the responsibility of Aztec to support, test, provision, administer, pay for, or otherwise interact with in any way those components. It would be prudent for customers to understand the minimum platform requirements for each Aztec System. Support will not be offered for installations that do not meet the minimum platform requirements.
The Software and Service is designed to be used by people with an understanding of using a computer, experience using a web browser, and general operation of a computer. It is not the responsibility of Aztec to provide the basic computer training necessary to use the Software or Service.
Aztec is not liable for any loss incurred by the customer related to the Service or Software operation, the accuracy of content, reports, testing content, or failure to connect to the System. The customer acknowledges that damages for financial or other loss resulting from system failure or content accuracy cannot be claimed from Aztec.
During the registration process, the customer (you) will be provided either with a login and password combination or an access key as well as be requested to provide required account information. It is your responsibility to inform Aztec if this information is compromised so that Aztec can disable the account and re-credential the account. You recognized that illegitimate users or customers or using another customer’s set of credentials does not relieve the customer of these Terms’ responsibilities and obligations. Thus the customer is responsible for protecting the confidentiality of the account credentials. Any violation of these terms, no matter if by use of credentials by a legitimate or illegitimate user or customer, may be grounds for termination of service or software at Aztec’s sole discretion.
You may not use a customer login and password combination other than the one assigned to you by Aztec. You must immediately notify Aztec of any suspected use of your account by another party. Aztec is not responsible for any losses due to the unauthorized use of your account.
This initial login and password might be enabled to create additional logins and passwords to the limit of the allowed licenses. It is the customer’s responsibility to monitor the use of these logins so legitimate users only use them for the sole purpose of administrating, providing, or receiving learning.
Aztec reserves the right to report any violation of law or regulations to appropriate government agencies.
The customer and customer’s users interact with the System to provide a learning experience to a collection of users, including but not limited to roles known as students, instructors, tutors, and administrators. Additional roles can be defined by the customer in the Administration component of the Service or Software. It is the customer’s responsibility to maintain user information accurately and protect the confidentiality of that information.
The customer is expected to provide Aztec, one or more contact names, with associated email address, telephone address and additional information as requested by Aztec for the purposes of administration, billing, maintenance, upgrade announcements, unexpected behavior reports and service notifications at the option of Aztec. You may inform Aztec you do not wish to receive emails, but in doing so you recognize you may not receive information required to provide service to your own customers.
New features may be introduced over time with or without notice. Unless expressly covered by a different agreement, this Agreement includes those new features.
You may not reproduce, modify, duplicate, copy, delete, or resell any part of the System and/or software unless expressly provided for in a separate agreement.
You are responsible for all activity using the Service and or Software. Aztec is not responsible for the misuse of the Service and/or Software.
The Software and System include the ability to send messages by email and SMS (“Text Messaging”) to users in all roles. The Software and System also include the ability to post notices associated with learning activities, testing activities, the organization or users. Postings can optionally be also placed on social media sites including but not limited to Facebook and Twitter. The content of these messages is entirely the responsibility of the customer and Aztec cannot be held liable for any message content, the number of messages sent, the timing of the messages or metadata associated with the messages. Aztec may, when it deems it so required, remove or delete messages and/or content at its sole discretion that it judges violates this Agreement, may be considered offensive, could be considered illegal, harms others or threatens to harm others.
You agree that you will not:
- Post, send message or cause the other party to receive content that could be considered unlawful, harms others, threatens to harm others, is vulgar, obscene, libelous, hateful, derogatory, defamatory, invasive of another’s privacy, racially objectionable or promote cruelty to humans or animals.
- Post, send messages or cause another party to receive content that the user does not have the legal right to transmit. This includes content that infringes upon any patent, copyright, trade secret or other intellectual property rights of another entity.
- Post, send messages or cause another party to receive content in violation of local, state, federal, tribal or internal law, regulation or lawful order
- Cause messages to be received by others that might be considered invasive or spam.
- The customer is responsible for configuring the System allowing messages to only those that have authorized receipt of those messages. The customer is also responsible for ceasing to send messages to users that inform the customer they do not want to receive messages.
- Create messages and postings that are not directly related to the educational content or progression of users in their role as an Aztec user. Thus this expressly forbids use of the Aztec System to conduct marketing campaigns, sending unsolicited email, causing the launching of programs or that create more than one message from one from Aztec.
- Post, send messages that are intended to interfere with the proper operation of a computer program, network or System. This includes but is not limited to viruses, worms, Trojan horses, syn attacks.
- Post, send messages or use any component of the System in such a way that Aztec determined interferes with the intended operation of the Aztec System or software, its hosting platform or connected networks.
- Use the System in any way that violates the terms of the billing agreement. This includes, but is not limited to, start data and time, ending date and time, maximum number of users and content of the learning library.
- Use the System to collect data on users for purposes other than directly related to providing learning services in conjunction with the Aztec System. You should be aware that Aztec does not screen, review or otherwise edit learning content created by customers or users. Aztec makes no representation as the completeness, accuracy or value of content created by customers or users. Aztec shall have no responsibility for such created content. Likewise, users may be exposed to content they deem to be objectionable or indecent that was created by users. You, accept all responsibility for any such exposure as creation of such content is out of control of Aztec.
The customer is entirely responsible for back-ups for any customer or user created content. Aztec reserves the right to replicate user provided content as needed for the operation of the System or software.
Permission to use one or more Aztec services or software does not license you or create any intellectual property rights to the underlying elements used to provide that service. All copyrights, trade secrets, patents, and other intellectual property remain the property of Aztec and its intellectual property licensees. You may not reuse, reverse engineer, replicate, or create derivative works based upon any part of the service or software.
You, the customer, can create new learning content from content provided by Aztec known as derivative content. You, the customer, are entirely responsible for the licensing and/or access rights for any content included in derivative learning material. This includes, but is not limited to, tools, systems, components, images, video, sounds, icons, text and other media used to produce the derivative learning material. You are entirely responsible for this content.
All learning content, screen designs, lessons, questions, certificates, images, sounds, text, animations, music, video problems, tests, assessments, reports and associated tools are Aztec property or are licensed by Aztec. None of these can be duplicated, sold, republished, screen scraped, posted, transmitted, captured without Aztec’s express permission. All trademarks, domain names, and service marks remain the exclusive property of Aztec and its agents and explicit licensees.
The customer is granted a license only to use the Aztec System, using the credentials provided by Aztec for access to the System. The Software version is licensed for only one physical machine at a time per license. This license expressly prohibits any attempts to extract learning content, design information or user information for any purpose with the exception of export features explicitly supported by the Software itself.
You may use Third Party content in the creation and presentation of new learning content, i.e. derivative content. Aztec in no way endorses, supports or is involved in the licensing, evaluation, quality control, legality, accuracy or support of any third party content even if the third party is listed on the Aztec Website. Any financial arrangements between you and the third party are entirely between you and the third party.
You agree to defend, indemnify and hold harmless Aztec and its subsidiaries, agents, managers, and other affiliated companies, and their employees, contractors, agents, officers and directors, from and against any and all claims, damages, obligations, losses, liabilities, costs or debt, and expenses (including but not limited to attorney’s fees) arising from:
- your use of and access to the Service and/or Software;
- your violation of any term of this Agreement, including without limitation, your breach of any of the representations and warranties above;
- your violation of any third-party right, including without limitation any right of privacy, publicity rights or Intellectual Property Rights;
- your violation of any law, rule or regulation of the United States or any other country;
- any claim or damages that arise as a result of any of your derivative content;
- any other party’s access and use of the Service with your unique username, password or other appropriate security code; and
- any dispute you have with one or more of our users or any Third Party
You expressly understand and agree that:
- The Aztec System is provided on an “as is “and “as available” basis
- There is no warrantee of any kind implied or not, including fitness of use for a particular purpose. Furthermore, there is no assurance of performance or suitability to the intended task.
- There is no assurance the System is secure, error free or fault free or that such characteristics will be repaired.
- Aztec is not responsible for any customer or user provided content.
- That processing user and customer provided information is essential to the operation of the System and that it is essential to the proper operation of the System that this information be accurate and complete
- Aztec is not responsible for any technical malfunction of computer systems, networks, facilities, power systems, environmental controls and any other third party provided service necessary to the operation of the System. This includes, but is not limited to, performance, availability, reliability and quality of shared services such as mobile networks, the Internet or Intranets.
- Aztec is not responsible for any loss or damage resulting from the use or administration of the Aztec Software and/or System, interactions between users of the System or interactions between customers and Aztec, and/or as a result of consumption or the learning, assessment, reporting or testing content of the Software and/or System.
- Aztec reserves the right to change its name, be acquired by another entity, purchase new and/or additional domain names, sell its intellectual property, license its intellectual property or modify service and software copyrights, trademarks, service marks and patents as Aztec sees fit without notice. The Terms of this Agreement remain in effect before, during and after any or all of these events.
- The Aztec System (both Service and Software) is designed for use in the United States. It is entirely the responsibility of the customer if the Service is used in and/or from a different region. Such use may subject the customer and/or use to different legal requirements, which are entirely the responsibility of the customer.
Modification of Terms
Aztec may update, modify and otherwise continually seek to improve the Service or Software and such changes often require an update or revision to these Terms. Accordingly, Aztec reserves the right to change or discontinue any aspect or feature of the Service, as well as modify, change and/or update these Terms, from time to time, as Aztec deems appropriate. Any updates to these Terms shall be posted on the Aztec Website, from time to time. You acknowledge your responsibility to review these Terms from time to time and to be aware of any such changes and, should you request, we will be happy to keep you informed if/when such changes take place. If you do not agree with any such changes, your use of the Service may be cancelled in accordance with the procedures for cancellation set forth herein.
Your continued use of the systems and/or software signifies your assent to the revised terms.
The customer agrees to use Aztec services in accordance with all applicable guidelines, state and federal laws that apply to Aztec Software or the Aztec Service. This is your responsibility and obligation in all respects.
Termination, Cancellation and/or Suspension
If at any time you breach these Terms, Aztec may elect to suspend, terminate and/or cancel your use of the Software and/or Service and/or recover any damages from you arising from the event(s) giving rise to the suspension, termination or cancellation. We reserve the right to suspend your Service or Software at any time for any reason we may deem necessary to continue to provide our Service and/or Software in a way that may be hindered by your status as being our client, your financial status or the content of the messages or broadcasts originating from you.
Upon any such termination, cancellation and/or suspension, you are still responsible for any obligations then accrued. Your obligation to pay all amounts accrued and owed by you shall continue even after any suspension or cancellation of your access to the Service (in whole or in part). Upon termination, for any reason, you agree to immediately cease using the Service and Aztec shall have no obligation to you after any termination or cancellation of these Terms.
The provisions regarding ownership, payments, warranties and indemnifications will survive any suspension, termination or cancellation of your use of the Service or Website.
Service Termination by the User
You are free to terminate or cancel your use of the Software and/or Service at any time, and for any reason. You, the customer, recognize that termination of the service will lead to permanent deletion of all system records in such a way that the records cannot be used to restart the service, be used in another service or be used by the software version. Such termination does not relieve the customer of any financial obligations as detailed in billing agreements.
Links to other Websites
Websites designed and operated by Aztec Software, LLC (“Website”), the Software and/or the Service may contain links to third party websites. These links are provided solely as a convenience to you and not as an endorsement by Aztec of the content on such third-party websites. Aztec is not responsible for the content of linked third-party websites and does not make any representations regarding the content or accuracy of materials on such third-party websites. If you decide to access linked third-party websites, you do so at your own risk.
Aztec cannot ensure that you will be satisfied with any products or services that you purchase from a third party website that links to or from the website, since these websites are owned and operated by independent third parties. Aztec does not endorse any of the products/services, nor has Aztec taken any steps to confirm the accuracy or reliability of any of the information contained in such third party websites. Aztec does not make any representations or warranties as to the security of any information (including, without limitation, credit card and other personal information) you might be requested to give any third party, and you hereby irrevocably waive any claim against us with respect to such websites. Aztec strongly encourages you to make whatever investigation you feel necessary or appropriate before proceeding with any online or off-line transaction with any of these third parties.
Aztec consents to links to the website which conform to the following: the appearance, position, and other aspects of any link to the website may neither create the false appearance that an entity or its activities or products are associated with or sponsored by Aztec nor be such as to damage or dilute the goodwill associated with the name and trademarks of Aztec or its affiliates. Aztec reserves the right to revoke this consent to link at any time in its sole discretion, without notice.
You are prohibited from violating or attempting to violate the security of the service and/or software including, without limitation: (a) accessing data not intended for you or logging into a server or account which you are not authorized to access; (b) attempting to probe, scan or test the vulnerability of a system or network or to breach security or authentication measurers without proper authorization; (c) attempting to interfere with service to any user of the service or software, host or network, including, without limitation, via means of submitting a virus to the service or software, overloading, “flooding,” “spamming,” “mailbombing” or “crashing”; (d) sending unsolicited e-mail, including promotions and/or advertising of products or services; or (e) forging any Aztec packet header or any part of the header information in any e-mail, instant message, text message or newsgroup posting. Violations of System or network security may result in civil or criminal liability. Aztec may investigate violations of these Terms and conditions, and may involve and cooperate with law enforcement authorities in prosecuting users of the website who are involved in such violations.
You should recognize that Aztec can be required to provide information relating to and about users and/or customers to law enforcement agencies upon their request and that the user and/or customer may not necessarily be informed of such information transfer.
Aztec shall not be liable for any failure or delay in performing its obligations hereunder, which such failure or delay is caused by fire, flood, earthquake, elements of nature or acts of God, acts of war, insurrection, terrorism, strike, failure or downtime of any telecommunications line and/or unavailability of any telecommunications facilities, power failure, governmental restrictions, any court order, compliance with any law, regulation, or order of any governmental authority, or any other cause beyond the reasonable control of Aztec. In addition, Aztec shall be so excused in the event it is unable to acquire from its usual sources, and on terms it deems to be reasonable, any material necessary for the performance of the Service.
The failure of either party to exercise in any respect any right provided for herein will not be deemed a waiver of any further rights hereunder. If any provision of these Terms is found to be unenforceable or invalid, that provision will be limited or eliminated to the minimum extent necessary so that these Terms will otherwise remain in full force and effect and enforceable.
No agency, partnership, joint venture, or employment is created as a result of these Terms and you do not have any authority of any kind to bind Aztec in any respect whatsoever. In any action or proceeding to enforce rights under these Terms, the prevailing party will be entitled to recover costs and attorneys’ fees.
All notices required hereunder shall be in writing and will be deemed to have been duly given when received, if personally delivered; when receipt is electronically confirmed, if transmitted by facsimile or e-mail; the day after it is sent, if sent for next day delivery by recognized overnight delivery service; and upon receipt, if sent by certified or registered mail, return receipt requested. Aztec may give notice to you by means of a general notice on the Website or Service, electronic mail to your email address on record in Aztec account information, or by written communication sent by personal delivery, fax, overnight courier, or certified or registered mail to your address on record in Aztec account information.
Any claim or cause of action related to the Aztec Service regardless of category must be filed within one year of the first related event or any such claim or derivative claim can be forever barred from action.
These Terms shall be governed by and construed in accordance with the laws of the State of New Jersey notwithstanding its laws governing conflicts of laws. Except as hereinafter provided, any dispute arising under these Terms shall be Act, 9. U.S.C. §§1-16, as amended (the “Federal Arbitration Act”), to the exclusion of state laws inconsistent therewith. The terms of the Commercial Arbitration Rules of the American Arbitration Association (the “Rules”) then in effect shall apply except to the extent they conflict with the express provisions of this paragraph. A single independent arbitrator shall conduct the arbitration. The parties shall endeavor to select the independent arbitrator by mutual Agreement. If such Agreement cannot be reached within thirty (30) days after a dispute has arisen which is to be decided by arbitration, the selection of the arbitrator shall be made in accordance with the Rules as then in effect. The arbitrator shall be a member of a state bar engaged in the practice of law in the United States or a retired member of a state or the federal judiciary in the United States. The award of the arbitrator shall be based on the evidence admitted and the substantive law of the State of New Jersey (subject to any applicable preemption or supersedence by U.S. federal substantive law) and shall contain an award for each issue and counterclaim. The award shall be made within thirty (30) days following the close of the final hearing and the filing of any post-hearing briefs authorized by the arbitrator, and such award shall set forth in writing the factual findings and legal reasoning for such award. The arbitrator may, in his/her discretion, award to any party specific performance or injunctive relief (the foregoing is not intended to limit Aztec’s access to the courts to the extent provided below). The arbitrator may not change, modify or alter any express condition, term or provision of these Terms, nor the extent the scope of their authority is expressly limited. Except as provided in the Federal Arbitration Act, the arbitration award will be final and binding upon the parties and no appeal of any kind may be taken. Judgment may be entered thereon in any court having jurisdiction thereof. Each party shall be entitled to inspect and obtain a copy of non-privileged relevant documents in the possession or control of the other party. All such discovery shall be in accordance with procedures approved by the arbitrator. Unless otherwise provided in the award, each party shall bear its own costs of discovery. The statute of limitations applicable under New Jersey law to the commencement of a lawsuit shall apply to the commencement of an arbitration hereunder.
Anything in the foregoing paragraph to the contrary notwithstanding, Aztec may seek injunctive relief in any court having jurisdiction over the parties to enjoin or prevent any action you take or threaten to take in violation of these Terms.
The terms and conditions of Service are only those stated herein, which shall constitute the complete Agreement between the parties. No terms and conditions stated in or attached to your communications to Aztec are applicable to these Terms in any way and are not to be considered your exceptions to the provisions of these Terms.
The section titles do not convey any meaning to the content of this document.
The language of these Terms is English. If the document is translated, the English version shall prevail over any such interpretation.
The Aztec System, as part of its operation requires collection of personal data from users, and customers. This information is essential to the operation of the system. By using the Service, you agree to the terms of this Policy.
It is the customer’s responsibility to read and understand these terms.
Throughout this document examples are intended to be illustrative and not exhaustive.
“Users” is intended to include anyone that uses the System. The collection of users may or may not include people who have traditional role descriptions of Student, Instructor, Teacher, Tutor, Mentee, Leader, Group Leader, Group Member, Registrar, Administrator, Professor, Teaching Assistant, Laboratory Assistant, Assistant, Chair, Department Head and/or Secretary. The Aztec system allows any set of roles aka “profiles” to be created each with an assigned group of permissions created by a specifically credentialed customer representative. There are no set profiles other than this initial customer representative. This profile includes the ability to establish other users and assigning permissions to these users including the ability to establish other users and assign their permissions.
Users should be aware of the information collected and how it is used.
Personal information about a user and/or customer is necessary for the proper operation of the System. Example personal information includes such data as first name, last name, middle name, login, address, phone number, email address, office hours and demographic information. This information is entered into the system by a user for purposes of using the System and/or interacting with other users.
In the process of System operation users in particular roles, operating according to profiles established in the system may take actions or not take actions on behalf of other users. Examples include enrolling users in classes, locking users out of the system, entering personal data about another user, assigning logins and passwords, and selecting of system options.
Operations information is created by entering or as a side effect of system operation. Examples include class registrations, time of logins, test attempts, assessment attempts, test passes, test failures, time since last login, login duration and more. Such information is created either by overt action by the user, over action by another user on that user’s behalf, user inaction or user inaction on another user’s behalf, or automatically created by the system.
In the process of operation, the system may collect and process a user’s IP address, time of access, information about the computer used to access the system and other data. This data is collected in order to either improve the performance of the system or enhance its security.
Administrative information includes data entered by users that does not necessarily relate directly to one user, although it might. Examples include office hours, lab hours, lab assignments, postings, notices, events, system performance, license terms, number of users logged in and more.
Personal information placed into messages by users can possibly be read, copied and re-sent by other users, even those not intentionally addressed by the original posting.
In the course of system execution, content making up classes, courses, subjects, lessons, quizzes, tests, assessments and practice tests might be presented to the user. The user may or may not enroll, engage, view, listen or feel this content. Information as to when each piece of content is accessed, how it is accessed, from where it is accessed and how it is consumed is gathered as part of the operation of the system.
In the course of engaging with the system, a user may take assessments, pre-tests, tests, quizzes, post-tests, practices and be required to answer questions presented during learning sessions. Data can be gathered and stored in the system producing reports on a user’s progress. This may include but is not limited to testing times, length of testing, number of questions, types of questions, number correct, number wrong, essays, matches, sorts, placements, mathematical answers and drawings.
Questions in the system include data on degree of difficulty, times answered, times attempted, data and time presented, times answered wrong, times answered correctly and more. This data is created automatically in the course of presenting testing.
Aztec will collect information regarding customer’s billing data, expected use of the System, license requirements and other information necessary to support the operation of the System that is not a part of the System itself.
The System may or may not send the user a cookie to be stored on the user’s computer. Refusal of the cookie may impair the operation of the system.
Data from the computer used to access the System may also be collected as part of using the system. Such data includes but is not limited to IP Address, possibly the domain name, type of browser, computer characteristics, related settings, and the presence of other software on the computer. This data is collected in order to improve the operations and/or performance of the System including its security.
Integrated performance tools may use techniques such as image tags to collect data from user’s computers. This information is only used to improve the performance of the system.
Use of Information
Aztec reserves the right to use any and all information collected to:
Improve the performance of the System Improve the performance of testing, assessments or predictive capability of any test, assessment, or quiz. Improve the performance and predictive capability of questions, problems sets, lessons, courses, subjects and classes Bill the customer and collect payments Identify new features and functions for future versions of the System Create individual user reports at the request of authorized other users Aztec may create aggregated reports from any type of types of information from the system as it sees fit. These reports are not traceable to a single user. These reports can be used for but not necessarily exclusively for marketing purposes, investor purposes, selling purposes, product planning, and/or product support purposes.
Aztec may require the services of Third Parties to provide service. Examples include hosting providers, software companies, distribution firms, caching service providers and others. Aggregate information may be shared with these Third Parties in order to provide the Service.
Any information collected by the system may be disclosed to law enforcement agencies upon a legal order or regulation.
Each customer is provided at least one set of credentials that can be used to administer other users/ This is the “Authorized User”. (This function can also be recursively delegated.) This set of credentials can be used to enable, disable, the sending of email and/or SMS messages. Thus users can opt out and opt in to the receipt of messages from the system by contacting this assigned user. Managing, processing and conducting opt in and opt out operations is entirely the responsibility of the customer and not Aztec.
Users can likewise request the “Authorized User” to modify their personal information in the system.
Aztec is not required to and will not provide users copies of any data collected by the system of any sort unless so ordered by legal authority.
By use of the System, the user recognizes the types of data collected by the system and provides consent to this policy.
The service is not designed to be used by people under the age of thirteen. If we believe there is information about a user under the age of thirteen, Aztec retains the right to delete that user’s information from the customer’s Service.
Aztec reserves the right to access the System for purposes of maintenance and to perform customer requested functions.
Aztec has taken precaution to protect information from unauthorized access. The customer and users should recognize that we use commercially available components such as, but not limited to software, servers, firewalls, computers, routers, switches, databases, software frameworks, languages, libraries and operating systems. Aztec cannot assure the security or integrity of these components and that unauthorized users may access data stored in an Aztec System. Aztec is not responsible for such data intrusions and that security of the data cannot be assured.
Modification of Terms Aztec may update, modify and otherwise continually seek to improve the Service or Software and such changes often require an update or revision to these Terms. Accordingly, Aztec reserves the right to change or discontinue any aspect or feature of the Service, as well as modify, change and/or update these Terms, from time to time, as Aztec deems appropriate. Any updates to these Terms shall be posted on the Aztec Website, from time to time. You acknowledge your responsibility to review these Terms from time to time and to be aware of any such changes and, should you request, we will be happy to keep you informed if/when such changes take place. If you do not agree with any such changes, your use of the Service may be cancelled in accordance with the procedures for cancellation set forth herein.
The customer agrees to use Aztec services in accordance with all applicable guidelines, state and federal laws that apply to Aztec Software, LLC or the Aztec Service. This is your responsibility and obligation in all respects.
The section titles do not convey any meaning to the content of this document.
The language of these Terms is English. If the document is translated, the English version shall prevail over any such interpretation.
Neither Aztec Software LLC. (“Aztec”), nor any of its employees, may accept or consider unsolicited ideas, including inputs, comments, ideas or feedback of any nature, including technical nature, original work, inventive work. (“Feedback”). If, despite our request that you not send us any Feedback, you still submit it, then, in all circumstances, the following terms shall apply to your Feedback.
- You hereby agree that any such Feedback will be non-confidential and Withings will have no obligation to review your Feedback.
- Any Feedback you submit to Aztec will become Aztec exclusive property and, if such Feedback is of physical nature, Aztec shall have no obligation to return any submitted materials to you or to certify their destruction.
- You agree that Aztec will be free to exploit, redistribute and disclose any Feedback on an unrestricted basis and for any purpose without having to notify or compensate You, unless otherwise specified by any mandatory legal provision.
- You hereby release Aztec from all liability and obligations that may arise from the receipt, review, use, distribution or disclosure of any portion of any Feedback in connection with any Product or Service.
Data Breach Response Policy
This policy covers all computer systems, network devices, and any additional systems and outputs containing or transmitting Aztec Software LLC (“Aztec”) Protected data or Aztec Sensitive data.
The purpose of this policy is to provide a process to report suspected thefts involving data, data breaches or exposures (including unauthorized access, use, or disclosure) to appropriate individuals; and to outline the response to a confirmed theft, data breach or exposure based on the type of data involved.
Policy Reporting of suspected thefts, data breaches or exposures
Any individual who suspects that a theft, breach or exposure of Aztec Protected data or Loyola Sensitive data has occurred must immediately provide a description of what occurred via email to firstname.lastname@example.org, by calling 800-273-0073, or through the use of the anonymous reporting web page at https://www.aztecsoftware.com/contact-us/.
This email address, phone number, and web page are monitored by Loyola’s Information Security team. This team will investigate all reported thefts, data breaches and exposures to confirm if a theft, breach or exposure has occurred. If a theft, breach or exposure has occurred, the Information Security team will follow the appropriate procedure depending on the class of data involved.
If the incident is a suspected theft, Aztec’s Internet Security Office shall also be contacted at 800-273-0073. They will determine whether a local law enforcement agency should be contacted based on the location and details of the incident. If a local law enforcement agency is contacted, the name of the agency and the report number should be provided to Aztec via the methods of contact outlined above.
Confirmed theft, data breach or exposure of Aztec Protected data or Aztec Sensitive data.
As soon as a theft, data breach or exposure containing Aztec Confidential data or Aztec Protected data is identified, the process of removing all access to that resource will begin as soon as possible. If the information is available on a site outside of Aztec, that site will be contacted to have the information removed as soon as possible.
The Internet Security Officer (ISO) will chair a response team to handle the breach or exposure. The team will include members from:
- The Office of the General Counsel,
- Communications (Represented by COO),
- The affected unit or department that uses the involved system or output or whose data may have been breached or exposed,
- Additional departments based on the data type involved will be notified,
- Additional individuals as deemed necessary by the ISO.
If a theft of physical property occurred, the General Counsel will be notified. This team will provide information to ISO and the CEO regarding how the breach or exposure occurred, the types of data involved, the Aztec classifications of those data types, any protective measures around the involved data (such as encryption), and the number of internal/external individuals and/or organizations impacted. The COO will handle all communications about the breach or exposure. The ISO will work with the appropriate parties to remediate the root cause of the breach or exposure.
Confirmed theft, breach or exposure of Aztec or Customer Private data
- will be notified of the theft, breach or exposure,
- will convene a team to determine the root cause,
- remediate the root cause of the breach or exposure,
- examine any involved systems to ensure that they did not also house any Aztec Secret data or Aztec Proprietary data.
If the systems are found to also contain Aztec Secret data or Aztec Proprietary data, the ISO will be notified and the “Confirmed data breach or exposure of Aztec Secret data or Aztec Proprietary data” section of this policy will be invoked.
Safety violations will be reported to the ISO. The CEO will determine if it is also appropriate to necessary law enforcement agencies based on where the theft occurred.
If such a breach occurs Aztec will post a notice of the privacy breach on the public web site which includes details of the breach approved for public disclosure by the Privacy Breach Response Team. Notice of the breach that is provided to individuals, regardless of the notification method, must include, to the extent possible the following:
- A brief description of what happened, including the date of the breach and the date of the discovery of the breach, if known.
- A description of the types of PII that were involved in the breach (such as full name, Social Security number, date of birth, home address, account number, or disability code).
- The steps individuals should take to protect themselves from potential harm resulting from the breach.
- A brief description of what the covered entity involved is doing to investigate the breach, to mitigate losses, and to protect against any further breaches.
- Contact procedures for individuals to ask questions or learn additional information, which shall include a toll-free telephone number, an e-mail address, Web site, or postal address.
Questions about this Policy
If you have questions about this policy, please contact the Information Security team at email@example.com
Failure to follow this policy can result in disciplinary action as provided in the Employee Handbook and Aztec Security Policy Disciplinary action for not following this policy may include termination, as provided in the applicable handbook or employment guide.
The Family Educational Rights and Privacy Act (FERPA) is a federal law that protects the privacy of a student’s education records. In compliance with FERPA, Aztec Software, LLC does not disclose personally identifiable information contained in student education records, except as authorized by law.
Information about students’ rights under FERPA and Aztec Software’s implementation of FERPA is set forth below.
Student Rights Under FERPA In general, a student has the right to:
- inspect his or her education records;
- require that the Company obtain his or her prior written consent before releasing personally identifiable information from education records;
- request that corrections be made to education records if the student believes the records are inaccurate or misleading or otherwise in violation of the student’s privacy rights under FERPA Definitions
A student is defined as one who is, or has been, officially registered, and who attends, or has attended, classes at Aztec Software. With certain exceptions, education records are records relating to a student that are maintained by the Company. Personally identifiable information includes a student’s name, the name of the student’s parent or other family members, the address of the student or student’s family, or other information that would allow a student to be identified. A parent means a parent of a student and includes a natural parent, a guardian, or an individual acting as a parent in the absence of a parent or guardian.
Inspection of Educational Records
To inspect education records, a student should submit a written request identifying the records to be inspected to the appropriate Company official.
Written requests to access records will receive a response within a reasonable time, but not more than forty-five days after submission. The Company may charge a fee for a copy of the education records requested.
Information which as Student Does Not Have the Right to Inspect
A student does not have a right under FERPA to inspect information that is not an education record, such as:
- Records containing information about the individual that were created or received after he or she is no longer a student and that are not directly related to the student’s attendance; Records of instructional, supervisory, and administrative personnel and educational personnel that are kept in the sole possession of the maker of the record and are not accessible or revealed to any other person except a temporary substitute for the maker of the record; and Peer-graded content before they are collected and recorded by an instructor, or program. Note: A student may have rights to inspect such records under other laws. In addition, a student does not have the right to access certain education records, such as:
- Credentials, or completion documents; Financial records of the student’s parents; Records of a student that contain information on other students. The student may inspect, review, or be informed of only the specific information about that student. Authorizing Another Person to Inspect or Receive Copies of Your Records A current or former student who wishes to permit another person to inspect or receive copies of the student’s education records must provide a signed notarized and dated written consent which must:
Specify the records that may be disclosed; State the purpose of the disclosure; Identify the person or class of parties to whom the disclosure can be made. When Disclosure is Permitted Without Prior Consent of the Student In general, the Company may not disclose personal information from a student’s education records without the student’s prior consent. However, the Company, in compliance with the law, may disclose personal information without the student’s prior consent under these conditions:
- To Company officials, staff, and others engaged in activities on behalf of the Company with a legitimate educational interest The Company discloses information to Company officials, staff, and others whom the Company has determined to have a legitimate educational interest. An individual has a legitimate educational interest if the individual needs to review an education record in order to fulfill his or her professional responsibilities to the Company. Such individuals include officers of the Company, faculty, administrative staff, law enforcement and legal personnel, and may include contractors, consultants and professionals engaged by the Company where disclosure of the information is necessary for such individuals to fulfill their duties and responsibilities to the Company. In addition, these individuals may include Aztec Software Employees, persons from outside the Company, and volunteers, who are requested to serve on an authorized committee or board of the Company (such as a disciplinary committee) or to otherwise perform authorized tasks for the Company.
- In health or safety emergency situations In the case of an emergency, the Company discloses information from education records to the appropriate parties, including parents, if the Company deems that knowledge of the information is necessary to protect the health, safety, or well-being of the student or other individuals. Such disclosure may include any disciplinary action previously taken against the student for conduct that posed a significant risk to the safety and well-being of that student, other students, or members of the Company community.
- In compliance with a subpoena The Company will make a reasonable effort to notify the student of the subpoena before complying. However, in the case of a subpoena issued for law enforcement purposes or an ex parte order under the USA Patriot Act, the Company is not required to notify the student of the existence or the contents of the subpoena, or of the information furnished in response to the subpoena, if the Court or other issuing agency has ordered that such information not be disclosed.
- To officials of other institutions or organizations
- To which the student seeks or intends to transfer or in which the student is already enrolled, provided the disclosure is for purposes related to the student’s enrollment or transfer. The Company may, with the students written To which a student has applied for or from which he/she has received financial aid to support the student’s education, in cases where the information is related to (1) determining the eligibility for, amount of, or conditions of the aid, or (2) enforcing the terms and conditions of the aid. In cases where the Company has previously transmitted such information to another institution or organization in which the student has enrolled, has been placed, or has sought financial aid, the Company may send corrected records if there are changes to the information previously sent.
- To the parents of dependent students In rare circumstances, the Company may disclose information from a student’s records to the student’s parents without the student’s prior consent if the student meets the criteria of dependency as defined by Section 152 of the Internal Revenue Code of 1986. In cases of divorce or separation, when relying on dependency as the basis for communication, the Company reserves the right to communicate with both parents unless provided with evidence that one parent’s rights have been legally revoked or otherwise limited.
- To authorized representatives of certain government offices The Company will release information to authorized representatives of the U.S. Comptroller General’s Office, the U.S. Attorney General, the U.S. Department of Education, and state and local educational authorities in connection with an audit or an evaluation of federal or state supported programs and to assure the enforcement of or compliance with federal or state legal requirements related to these programs.
- In compliance with the Solomon Amendment The Company will release student information for the purposes of military recruiting to the Department of Defense.
The information released is limited, when available, to student name, address, telephone listing, date and place of birth, levels of education and degrees received, prior military experience, and the most recent educational institution attended unless restricted.
- In response to complaints and legal actions involving the student and the Company. If a student or parent initiates legal action or brings complaints against the Company, the Company may disclose education records relevant to the response to the complaint without a court order or subpoena. In addition, in the event that the Company initiates legal action against a parent or student, the Company may disclose education records relevant to the action without a court order or subpoena.
- To authorized representatives of the state and local government The Company may disclose information to these authorized representatives if disclosure is allowed pursuant to a state statute concerning the juvenile justice system.
- To accredited organizations The Company may release information to organizations that accredit colleges and universities for the purpose of assisting their accrediting functions.
- To organizations conducting studies for or on behalf of the Company. The Company may disclose information to organizations seeking to improve education for or on behalf of the Company (e.g. developing predictive tests or administering student aid programs).
- In connection with notifications received under a state community notification program, The Company will disclose information in connection with notifications received under a state community notification program about a student who is required to register as a sex offender.
- To parties who provided or created a record The Company may send education records back to the creator or sender of such records for confirmation of the authenticity of the record (e.g. of a transcript or letter).
- After removal of all personally identifiable information If all personally identifiable information has been removed from a record and the Company has made a reasonable determination that a student’s identity is not personally identifiable, the Company may release and or use information concerning a student.
Limitations of Redisclosures Under FERPA, information disclosed by the Company may be subject to restrictions against redisclosure.
A student has the right to file a complaint with the Family Policy Compliance Office at the U.S. Department of Education concerning alleged failures by the Company to comply with the requirements of FERPA. A complaint must be submitted to the Office within 180 days of the date of the alleged violation or of the date that the student knew or reasonably should have known of the alleged violation. The complaint must contain specific factual allegations giving reasonable cause to believe that a violation of the Act has occurred, and it should be forwarded to: Family Policy Compliance Office, U.S. Department of Education, 400 Maryland Avenue, S. W., Washington, DC 20202-4605.
Questions about the Company’s policies and practices or about specific educational records should be addressed to the Access Officer, Aztec Software, 51 Commerce St, Springfield, NJ 07081.
Refund & Return Policy
To obtain a refund on a boxed product that was delivered to you, you must follow the following guidelines. If you wish to return downloaded products you purchased, please refer to Aztec Software’s Refund Policy for Online/Downloaded Software.
All returns must be pre-authorized in writing by Aztec Software. Refunds will not be made towards unauthorized items.
Products not purchased directly from MARKETPLACE.AZTECSOFTWARE.COM must be returned to the retailer and are subject to the retailer’s return policy, which may include restocking or other fees.
Returned products must be complete of all components (CD, manuals, software carton etc.) that comprised the original shipment. No credit will be issued for incomplete products.
All returned must be received in 14 days after the purchase otherwise the request will be rejected.
All returns must have a Return Merchandise Authorization number (RMA) that is displayed on the outside of the return package. To receive an RMA please contact SUPPORT@AZTECSOFTWARE.COM.
Restocking or other fees may be charged by Aztec Software. Aztec Software will not refund the shipping and handling charges for returns. Customer is responsible for all shipping costs related to returns, including insurance if applicable.
Refunds will be made in the same manner as the product was originally purchased. If you purchased by check, Aztec Software will send you a check. If you purchase by credit card, your account will be credited.
Items must be returned to:
Aztec Software Attn: Returns 51 Commerce St. Springfield NJ, 07081
To obtain a refund on a product that is accessed via the Internet, you must adhere to the following guidelines.
- All returns for cloud-based software must be pre-authorized in writing by Aztec Software (Aztec) as described below.
- Your request for a Return Merchandise Authorization Number (described below) must be made to Aztec within 14 days of the date Aztec made the software available to you for use or download (the “Purchase Date”), and have a recorded usage time of less than 10 minutes, which Aztec can determine at the time or RMA request.
Cloud-based Products not purchased directly from MARKETPLACE.AZTECSOFTWARE.COM must be returned to the retailer and are subject to the retailer’s return policy.
Refunds will be made in the same manner as the product was originally purchased. If you purchased by check, Aztec Software will send you a check. If you purchase by credit card, your account will be credited.
Items must be returned to:
Aztec Software Attn: Returns 51 Commerce St. Springfield NJ, 07081