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Terms & Conditions for Advertisers (as of June 1st, 2018)

IndaHash Terms & Conditions for Advertisers as of June 2018
BY ORDERING OR OTHERWISE USING indaHash SERVICE, WHICH MEANS AT LATEST AT THE
MOMENT OF ORDERING CAMPAIGN, YOU, AS THE ADVERTISER, AGREE TO BE BOUND BY
THESE T&C UNLESS EXPLICITLY STIPULATED OTHERWISE IN A SEPARATE AGREEMENT.
THESE T&C SHALL APPLY TO ALL RELATIONSHIPS BETWEEN ADVERTISERS AND IDH MEDIA
IN SCOPE OF USING indaHash SERVICE.
THE ADVERTISER REPRESENTS AND WARRANTS THAT THE PERSON ACTING FOR AND ON
BEHALF OF THE ADVERTISER, WHO USES THE SERVICE AND AGREES TO T&C, IS DULY
EMPOWERED TO REPRESENT THE ADVERTISER AND ENTER INTO A BINDING AGREEMENT
ON BEHALF THEREOF.
IDH PROVIDES indaHash SERVICE IN SCOPE OF WHICH IT PROVIDES COMMUNICATION
PLATFORM BETWEEN THE ADVERTISER AND PUBLISHERS AND ACTS AS AN INTERMEDIARY
BETWEEN THE ADVERTISER AND PUBLISHERS. IDH ENABLES ADVERTISER EXECUTION OF
CAMPAIGN WITH PUBLISHER(S) ENGAGEMENT, ACCORDING TO THE AGREEMENT. IDH
HOLDS NO LIABILITY FOR LEGAL COMPLIANCE OF CAMPAIGN, CAMPAIGN RULES, NOR THE
CONTENT WHICH PUBLISHER(S) PUBLISH AS AN EXECUTION OF THE CAMPAIGN.

  1. DEFINITIONS
    For the purposes of these indaHash Terms & Conditions for Advertisers (hereunder “T&C”)
    the following words, terms and expressions shall have the following meaning, save where the
    context explicitly requires otherwise:
    1.1. “Advertiser” or “you” – a party, contracting with IDH in scope of ordering and
    developing Campaigns. As an Advertiser can either of the following: a Client (direct
    beneficiary of Campaign, usually brand owner), Client’s agent or a reseller of
    indaHash Service conclude the Agreement with IDH.
    1.2. “Agreement” – the entire understanding related to the provision of indaHash Service
    by IDH to the Advertiser, governing in particular ordering and launching the
    Campaigns, using the APP, the Dashboard or other features made available by IDH
    The Agreement consists of: (i) T&C, (ii) T&C for Publishers – as an Addendum hereto
    T&C – within the scope as Publisher – IDH relation affects the Advertiser, (iii) an
    undersigned IO, (iv) Campaign Rules.
    1.3. “APP” – mobile software application available for iOS / Android operating systems
    called indaHash, originally developed and provided by IDH, protected by IP rights,
    enabling the Publishers to take part in the Campaigns according to the Campaign
    Rules.
    1.4. “Dashboard” – desktop software application originally developed and provided by IDH,
    protected by IP rights, enabling the Advertiser to overview the Campaigns.
    1.5. “Campaign” – predominantly online promotional and marketing activities designed,
    produced or invented by or for the Advertiser, performed normally via the APP by the
    Publishers who in compliance with Campaign Rules contract with IDH by:
    (i) publishing approved Material on the Publisher’s social media account(s) or
    (ii) submitting approved Material for publication, or (iii) re-posting Material from the
    Advertiser, or (iv) any other promotional or marketing activity involving Publishers or
    other third parties, provided that requirements and format thereof was agreed with
    IDH.
    1.6. “Campaign Rules” – rules, guidelines, requirements and other conditions provided by
    the Advertiser in writing (including fixed electronic form) in reference to a given
    Campaign, requiring IDH approval in terms of technical compatibility, which the
    Publisher undertakes to follow by taking part in the Campaign. Meeting Campaign
    Rules requirements by the Publisher shall generally result in approval of the Material.
    1.7. “IDH” or “IDH MEDIA” – IDH Media Limited, a company incorporated under laws of
    Ireland, with its registered office at 22 Northumberland Road, Ballsbridge, Dublin 4,
    Ireland, entered into the Registrar of Companies under the company number 563441,
    VAT EU: IE 3376160 DH, or its relevant affiliates from the IDH Media capital group.
    1.8. “IO” – an insertion order placed by the Advertiser with IDH for Campaign. IO’s sample
    form is drafted & delivered by IDH and can be amended by IDH at its sole discretion.
    1.9. “Material” – any material published, submitted for publication to or by the Advertiser
    (respectively by or to the Publisher) or delivered otherwise in relation to a Campaign
    (e.g. taken during an event), including texts, photos, video or audio clips, any
    combination thereof or other publications.
    1.10. “T&C for Publishers” – the current version of IDH terms of service for Publishers,
    along with the attachments thereto, available through the APP and on
    https://indahash.com/page/terms_publishers, constituting attachment no. 1 hereto.
    1.11. “Publisher” – an approved user of relevant social media channel, who declares
    meeting all criteria set out in terms & conditions thereof, T&C for Publishers and has
    successfully registered for the indaHash Service via the APP, or by other means has
    entered into cooperation with IDH, thus accepting the T&C for Publishers, any
    additional, specific to her/him terms & conditions or other relevant regulations, as well
    as applicable Campaign Rules.
    1.12. “indaHash Service” – means IDH payable service under the name indaHash, involving
    communication platform enabling the Advertiser to commission Campaigns
    performance by Publishers according to the Agreement.
  2. IndaHash SERVICE
    2.1. IDH provides indaHash Service enabling the Advertiser ordering of a Campaign
    according to the Campaign Rules.
    2.2. The indaHash Service predominantly may – depending on arrangements and
    available functionalities – consist of:
    2.2.1. Creation, maintenance and management of an account within the Dashboard;
    2.2.2. Campaign planning and forecasting;
    2.2.3. Campaign management (managing contact with Publishers);
    2.2.4. Facilitating self-management of a Campaign by making Dashboard available
    to the Advertiser;
    2.2.5. Pre-selection of Publishers apt for the Campaign as per description in point
    5.5 and mediation between the Advertiser and the Publishers in regard to
    Material delivery and its approval by the Advertiser, as described in point 5.7.;
    2.2.6. Campaign performance summary.
    2.3. In completion of the indaHash Service, provided that the Advertiser has fulfilled its
    obligations hereunder, the Advertiser receives:
    2.3.1. Campaign execution by the Publishers;
    2.3.2. Licence to Material that was prepared by the Publisher(s) and approved by
    the Advertiser in scope of the Campaign as described in point 5.7., subject to
    the point 5.8.
    2.4. Whilst IDH uses its best effort to involve Publishers who are appropriate for the
    Campaign, the Advertiser agrees that IDH shall have no responsibility for any acts or
    omissions of the Publishers. IDH takes no liability for Material delivered by the
    Publishers, Material’s fitness for purpose, completeness, compliance with the
    Campaign Rules, applicable obligatory legal provisions and/or good morals. The
    Advertiser should verify on its own whether publishing Material and/or executing
    Campaign is permitted under the laws of the country the citizens (residents) of which
    are aimed and/or reached by the contents published on Publisher’s Social Media
    account(s) in relation to the Campaign or any other applicable laws. In case of any
    claims made by third parties against IDH, resulting directly or indirectly from violation
    of the T&C by the Advertiser, the Advertiser shall as far as possible indemnify IDH
    and substitute it in any official proceedings including court proceeding.
    2.5. As the main channel for communication referring to the Campaign moderation and
    management serves the Dashboard as described in point 4. Therefore the Advertiser
    accepts full liability for any potential miscommunications or discrepancies resulting
    from communication through other channels such as electronic messages (e-mail or
    other instant messages) or through shared electronic documents.
  3. ADVERTISER’S OBLIGATIONS
    3.1. The Advertiser is solely responsible for effective delivery of properly filled in and
    undersigned IO as well as sufficiently informative and a complete Campaign Rules,
    including brief, containing all details relevant for the ordered Campaign. The
    Advertiser cannot hold IDH liable for consequences of failure to include all significant
    details and requirements in the Campaign Rules.
    3.2. The Advertiser is obliged to pay for the indaHash Service and Campaign the amount
    stipulated in the IO in due time as described in point 6.1.
    3.3. The Advertiser shall arrange products and their shipment or make available the
    services that are to be used in the Sampling Campaign, as described on point 5.10.3.
    The Advertiser is solely responsible to ensure products and / or services availability to
    Publishers in due time. The Advertiser cannot hold IDH liable for consequences of
    failure to ensure products / services availability to the Publishers in case such
    products / services should be used in the Campaign. In case Campaign execution is
    impeded due to failure to ensure products / services availability to the Publishers in
    case such products / services should be used in the Campaign, such Campaign may
    be deemed delivered and IDH reserves right to receive payment of full amount, as
    stipulated in the IO.
    3.4. The Advertiser is solely responsible for the transfer of the ownership title to the
    products onto the Publishers as described in point 5.10.3.2. in case of Product
    Campaigns.
    3.5. The Advertiser is obliged to obey binding provisions of law and good morals in
    relation to all ordered Campaigns and Parties’ cooperation in general.
    3.6. If the Advertiser is not a direct beneficiary of the Campaign (usually a reseller or an
    agent of a Client), the Advertiser is obliged to duly inform Client (usually brand owner)
    about these T&C and obtain all consents and / or licences necessary to properly
    execute the Agreement and the Campaign. Such consents and / or licences must be
    granted in a relevant form. The Advertiser shall be solely liable for violation of this
    obligation at the same time indemnifying either / both IDH and / or Publishers from
    any liability toward the Client resulting from such violation.
  4. DASHBOARD
    4.1. The Advertiser may receive an access to the Dashboard through an individual
    account set up by IDH or by the Advertiser, provided that such functionality is agreed
    on, available and offered by IDH.
    4.2. The Advertiser undertakes to provide and keep up to date, current, and complete
    information included in its Dashboard account (e.g. company name and address, tax
    identification number).
    4.3. IDH may suspend and/or close the Dashboard account of the Advertiser at its sole
    discretion in case of the Advertiser’s material breach of the Agreement or other
    important reasons, technical issues, usefulness of the Dashboard for the purposes of
    the Agreement or business decision of IDH to resign from Dashboard feature.
    4.4. By accessing the Dashboard for the first time the Advertiser confirms unconditional
    acceptance of these T&C.
    4.5. Through the Dashboard the Advertiser may in particular:
    4.5.1. Process white- or blacklisting, as described in point 5.5., or other selection of
    potential Publishers;
    4.5.2. Pre-moderate Material as described in 5.7.;
    4.5.3. Observe Campaign performance;
    4.5.4. Receive Campaign performance report as described in point 5.14.;
    4.5.5. Overview certain Campaign data such as: task for Publishers, Publishers’
    nicks, billing mode etc.
    4.6. Dashboard features and functionalities are subject to constant development.
    Availability of data within the Dashboard, its layout and operation are subject to
    changes at IDH sole discretion and do not constitute an amendment of these T&C.
    4.7. The Advertiser is responsible for keeping confidential the password to Dashboard
    account, as well as the password to any sub-user account. The Advertiser will notify
    IDH immediately of any unauthorized or non-compliant access or use of its
    Dashboard account or sub-user account(s) as well as in case of suspicion thereof
    and will cooperate with IDH in order to stop it and avoid future occurrence of such
    events. In such case the Dashboard account along with sub-user account(s) may be
    immediately suspended or closed, as described in point 4.3. The Advertiser is liable
    for any consequences of unauthorized or non-compliant access to the Dashboard
    account or sub-user accounts, in particular for any activities within the Dashboard
    such as whitelisting or blacklisting (as described in point 5.5.) and / or Material
    approval (as described in point 5.7.), provided that such unauthorized or
    non-compliant access was not due to sole fault of IDH.
    4.8. IDH protects data submitted through the Dashboard account by implementing
    relevant security procedures. IDH reserves the right to enhance, amend and update
    its security procedures. Notwithstanding this, the Advertiser should be aware that
    there are certain risks associated with internet communications. The Advertiser
    acknowledges that the internet is a media over which IDH has no control. IDH
    expressly disclaims, in so far as legally permissible, responsibility for any interception
    of any communications and data or consequent loss or damage suffered by the
    Advertiser arising out of the loss or delay of Advertiser’s communications and data
    over the internet.
  5. CAMPAIGNS
    5.1. The Advertiser orders a Campaign by submitting an undersigned IO along with
    complete Campaign Rules, unless agreed otherwise. No changes can be made to the
    Campaign Rules after submitting an IO, unless agreed otherwise.
    5.2. By ordering a Campaign the Advertiser confirms unconditional acceptance of these
    T&C.
    5.3. IDH may or may not at its sole discretion accept an IO. IDH reserves the right to
    refuse Campaign’s launch or to terminate any ongoing Campaign in case of breach of
    obligatory legal provisions, good morals or any other material breach of the
    Agreement.
    5.4. After submission of an undersigned IO, the Advertiser is not entitled to resign from the
    Campaign. Should the Advertiser resign from the Campaign IDH reserves right to
    payment of full amount stipulated in the IO.
    5.5. In order to prepare Campaign launch the Advertiser may have to select Publisher(s)
    who the Advertiser see as apt to take part in the Campaign (whitelisting) or
    Publisher(s) deemed inapt for the Campaign (blacklisting), unless agreed otherwise.
    5.5.1. If the list of the Publishers is provided as part of the indaHash Service, it
    cannot be treated as a guarantee of participation of any Publisher in the
    Campaign.
    5.5.2. Selection of Publisher(s) may be processed through: (i) the Dashboard, (ii) an
    e-mail or other electronic correspondence, or (iii) electronic shared
    documents.
    5.5.3. In case of processing selection of Publisher(s) through electronic shared
    documents the Advertiser pledges to fully disclose the history of changes
    made to the document to IDH. In case of discrepancies between information
    noted by the Advertiser and information noted by IDH in regard to
    Publisher(s) selection, IDH information shall prevail.
    5.5.4. Rejection of Publisher(s) shall be based on measurable, objective criteria that
    the Advertiser must disclose to IDH, otherwise rejection may be deemed as
    non existent.
    5.5.5. Whitelisting of Publisher(s) is a key, one-time activity, save for the point 5.13.
    Publisher(s) selected to take part in the Campaign cannot be subsequently
    rejected, unless agreed otherwise. In case an amendment to the whitelist is
    admitted by IDH and such amendment results in an increase of Campaign’s
    cost, IDH reserves right to revise the amount stipulated in IO by including
    such cost.
    5.6. The Campaign Rules shall include a brief. Brief should indicate type of Campaign (as
    described in point 5.10.). For Sampling Campaign brief must indicate whether product
    would be a part of Publisher’s remuneration. The Campaign Rules, in particular the
    brief, once submitted, are deemed final and no amendments thereto shall be
    accepted or executed, unless agreed otherwise. In case an amendment to the
    Campaign Rules is admitted by IDH and such amendment results in an increase of
    Campaign’s cost, IDH reserves right to revise the amount stipulated in IO by including
    such cost.
    5.7. Any Material to be included in the Campaign may be subjected to pre-moderation
    procedures. The aforementioned procedures consists predominantly of Material’s
    acceptance, adjustment or rejection by the Advertiser. The Material must be
    compliant with the Campaign Rules in terms of measurable and technical
    requirements.
    5.7.1. Brief and other elements of Campaign Rules shall indicate measurable and
    objective criteria. All other requirements shall be treated as non-binding
    guidelines non-fulfilment of which cannot constitute a reason for rejection of
    such Material.
    5.7.2. Draft Material is delivered to the Advertiser by uploading it to the Dashboard
    (deemed delivered as at the moment of uploading) or sent to the Advertiser’s
    e-mail address (deemed delivered as at the moment of sending the e-mail).
    5.7.3. IDH, where technically possible, verifies Material in terms of consistency with
    the Campaign Rules of technical nature (such as photo’s definition or length
    of text). IDH shall not be liable for verification of consistency of Material with
    the Campaign Rules that refer to non measurable criteria.
    5.7.4. The Advertiser verifies Material in terms of its fit to the Campaign’s purpose.
    The Advertiser has 72 hours to comment on Material by approving it (explicit
    approval), indicating adjustments or by rejecting it. Material is deemed
    approved, if no comment is made by the Advertiser within 72 hours of
    delivery (implied approval). An approval of the draft Material is a key,
    one-time activity. The approved Material cannot be subsequently rejected,
    unless agreed otherwise. In case an amendment to the already approved
    Material is admitted by IDH and such amendment results in an increase of
    Campaign’s cost, IDH reserves right to revise the amount stipulated in the IO
    by including such cost.
    5.7.5. The Advertiser may request adjustments to the draft Material of a minor
    character (change of description, change of photo’s saturation etc.) or of a
    major character. Any adjustment that is not minor is considered major. There
    can be only one major adjustment of a draft Material. Request of adjustments
    must indicate measurable and objective criteria, otherwise being may be
    deemed as non existent.
    5.7.6. In case of rejection of Material that is compliant to the measurable criteria of
    Campaign Rules, such Material shall be treated as a properly delivered for
    the purposes of Campaign execution measurement, targets delivery and
    financial purposes (i.e. as if it was approved).
    5.7.7. In case the Advertiser rejects Material that is compliant to the measurable
    criteria of Campaign Rules, IDH reserves the right to adjust planned
    Campaign’s Key Performance Indicator (KPI), at the same time reserving its
    right to receive payment of full amount, as stipulated in the IO.
    5.7.8. Pre-moderation of draft Material may be processed through: (i) the
    Dashboard, (ii) an e-mail or other electronic correspondence, or (iii) electronic
    shared documents. In case of the latter the Advertiser pledges to fully
    disclose the history of changes made to the document to IDH. In case of
    discrepancies between information noted by the Advertiser and information
    noted by IDH in regard to draft Material pre-moderation, IDH information shall
    prevail.
    5.8. To Material that was delivered and approved based on point 5.7., at the moment of
    execution of full payment in accordance with provisions of point 6.1., the Advertiser is
    granted a licence to use Material (“Licence”) in accordance with the rules stipulated
    T&C for Publishers. In case the Advertiser is not a direct beneficiary of the Campaign
    (the Advertiser is not a brand owner) the licence is granted predominantly in purpose
    of granting a sublicence to the approved Material by the Advertiser to the Client
    (direct beneficiary of the Campaign, usually brand owner). It is advised that the
    sublicence would be granted within the same scope as the Licence. Nevertheless the
    use of the Licence can be restricted under provisions of an agreement between the
    Client and the Advertiser and IDH cannot be held liable for any such restriction.
    In any case the Licence to the approved Material is granted within following scope:
    non revocable, worldwide licence for 10 years to use the Material in digital version, for
    digital purposes and digital use in the following scopes:
    5.8.1. processing, recording, reproduction by any technique, including printing,
    reprographic techniques, recording of audio and/or vision, magnetic
    recording, electronic media, storage on mobile devices;
    5.8.2. incorporation of Material or part of it to other creative works of any type,
    including different from the original Material;
    5.8.3. sharing via computer and mobile networks, including the Internet and other
    networks;
    5.8.4. use for marketing purposes of any nature (including marketing campaigns,
    using on platforms/services, landings etc.), use in business or non-economic
    in nature also as a brand of the company, trademark or other distinctive
    symbol of the company or a product or service without any restrictions;
    5.8.5. public performance, display, playing, broadcasting and re-broadcasting, as
    well as public share of Material in such a way that everyone can have access
    to it at a place and time individually chosen by them;
    5.8.6. displaying, as well as broadcasting, wired or wireless, of sound or vision via a
    ground station or satellite;
    5.8.7. exercising and allowing for the exercise by third parties of creative
    developments of Material, including alterations and adaptations, adding
    different elements, updating, modification of any kind;
    5.8.8. use of the creative developments as whole or in parts, connecting with other
    works.
    5.9. If the Advertiser wishes to receive a licence to the Material within a different scope
    than described in point 5.8., which in particular may include use of the Material for an
    outdoor or television broadcast advertisement purposes, a separate explicit
    agreement between the Advertiser and IDH is required.
    5.10. The Advertiser can choose from various Campaign schemes, which – among others –
    include the following types of Campaigns (while one Campaign can fall under several
    Campaign types):
    5.10.1. Standard Campaign – a Campaign within which Publishers deliver Material
    either by posting it on their social media account(s) or by simply delivering it
    for digital (or any other falling within the scope of the Licence) publication by
    the Advertiser.
    5.10.2. Regram Campaign – a Campaign within which Publishers re-post on their
    social media account(s) Material delivered by the Advertiser on their social
    media account(s).
    5.10.3. Sampling Campaign – a Campaign within which Publishers deliver Material
    either by posting it on their social media account(s) or by simply delivering it
    for digital publication (or any other falling within the scope of the Licence
    according to point 5.8. and 5.9.) by the Advertiser. Material usually would
    involve product and / or service, either arranged by the Advertiser or
    arranged by the Publisher upon arrangement cost reimbursement – usually in
    case of products and / or services commonly available to the public. In no
    case is IDH liable for successful delivery of the product to the Publisher,
    collection of the product from the Publisher and its successful sending back
    to the Advertiser. IDH does not warrant the product quality, nor is it
    responsible for its proper functioning or any damages related thereto.
    5.10.3.1. Test Campaign – a Campaign within which Publishers use product
    and / or service for Campaign execution purpose without receiving
    ownership title to the product or reimbursement for product and / or
    service cost. Such product is usually sent back to the Advertiser by
    the Publisher, according to separate arrangements.
    5.10.3.2. Product Campaign – a Campaign within which Publishers use product
    and / or service for Campaign execution purpose and receive
    ownership title to the product or reimbursement for product’s and / or
    service’s cost as a part of remuneration for participation in the
    Campaign.
    5.10.4. Event Campaign – a Campaign within which Publisher(s) take(s) part by
    physical presence at an indicated venue, on the date and time indicated by
    the Advertiser, licensing the right to use their image for marketing purpose,
    for which a separate agreement concluded with particular Publisher(s) might
    be required.
    5.11. In case of Event Campaign, as described in point 5.10.4., the Advertiser is
    responsible for enabling the Publisher(s) to take part in the Campaign in particular by:
    giving reasonable period of notice, facilitating preparation of draft Material etc.
    5.11.1. If the Publisher(s) cannot properly execute such Campaign due to
    circumstances caused by the Advertiser, the Campaign is deemed properly
    executed. In such case IDH reserves right to payment of full amount
    stipulated in the IO.
    5.11.2. If the Publisher(s) took part in the Event Campaign and delivered draft
    Material compliant with the measurable criteria of Campaign Rules, the
    Campaign is deemed properly executed even if no draft Material is approved
    by the Advertiser. In such case IDH reserves right to receive payment of full
    amount stipulated in the IO.
    5.11.3. In case of Event Campaign has event notice period too short to process
    selection of Publisher(s) according to point 5.5. the Advertiser waives any
    right to take part in selection of Publisher(s). In such case the selection of
    Publisher(s) made by IDH is deemed approved by the Advertiser.
    5.12. IDH usually provides Campaign timeline with indicated time period and dates for each
    milestone activity, such as selection of Publisher(s) (according to point 5.5.), Material
    pre-moderation process (subject to point 5.7.) or Campaign launch. Failing to follow
    the given timeline by the Advertiser could result in a respective shift of each
    subsequent milestone activity in Campaign timeline or, in certain cases, it may result
    in incapability to properly execute Campaign. In case proper Campaign execution
    was impeded due to failure to follow the given timeline by the Advertiser, the
    Campaign is deemed properly delivered and IDH reserves right to receive payment of
    full amount stipulated in the IO. If the shift in Campaign timeline results in an increase
    of Campaign cost, IDH reserves right to revise the amount stipulated in the IO by
    including such cost.
    5.13. In case of increase of organic reach in the time frame between whitelisting and
    Campaign launch, the Advertiser shall (at its choice): confirm to IDH acceptance of
    increased reach thus accepting adjustment of an IO stipulated amount or accept
    adjustment of the whitelist by IDH made to keep the organic reach originally agreed
    upon.
    5.14. Campaign performance is summarized in a report delivered by IDH within 3 working
    days after Campaign end. Report may be delivered in particular by uploading it onto
    the Dashboard.
  6. PAYMENT
    6.1. The indaHash Service, in particular the Campaign execution, is payable by the
    Advertiser to IDH based on an invoice issued for the amount indicated in the IO with
    VAT added, within 14 days as of the invoice issuance, unless agreed otherwise.
    6.2. The remuneration for performance of the Campaign and Licence to Material payable
    to the Publishers is executed by IDH.
    6.3. Should a Campaign covered by one IO be executed throughout more than one
    calendar month, IDH shall be entitled to issue invoices at the end of each calendar
    month proportionally, depending on the level of Campaign execution in the given
    calendar month, unless agreed otherwise.
    6.4. Should the Advertiser fail to deliver in agreed due time complete and sufficient
    Campaign Rules according to point 3.1. or fail to make available to the Publishers in
    due time products and / or services subject to point 3.3., IDH reserves right to
    renounce the IO (resulting in i.a. withholding implementation of such Campaign).
    Regardless to the fact whether IDH renounces the IO or proceeds with it, IDH
    unconditionally reserves its right to receive payment of full amount stipulated in the
    IO, irrespective to the actual Campaign’s KPI.
    6.5. In case of persistent obstruction of Campaign execution by the Advertiser, in
    particular through rejection of Publishers based on subjective, non-measurable or not
    specified criteria, rejection of more than 50% of proposed Publishers (according to
    point 5.5.) and/or rejection of already approved Publishers and / or through rejection
    of draft Material based on subjective, non-measurable or not specified criteria,
    rejection of more than 50% of draft Material (according to point 5.7.), through
    amendments to already submitted brief, the Campaign is deemed properly executed.
    In such case IDH reserves right to payment of full amount as stipulated in the IO,
    irrespective the actual Campaign’s KPI and increase of payment by the cost of
    properly delivered draft Material.
  7. USE OF INTELLECTUAL PROPERTY (“IP”) RIGHTS
    7.1. The Advertiser grants a non-exclusive, royalty-free, worldwide licence for 10 years to
    use its name, its logo and/or any other IP rights related to its visual identification to
    IDH and its affiliates, as well as to the Publishers, within the scope of execution of the
    Campaign. If the Advertiser is not a direct beneficiary of the Campaign (is not a brand
    owner – Client) it declares its full empowerment to grant and grants a non-exclusive,
    royalty-free, worldwide licence for 10 years to use Client’s name, logo and/or any
    other IP rights related to visual identification that would be involved in the Campaign
    to IDH and its affiliates, as well as to the Publishers, within the scope of execution of
    the Campaign. The Advertiser guarantees that use of logo and/or any other IP rights
    related to visual identification involved in the Campaign Rules does not infringe
    Client’s rights nor any third party rights.
    7.2. Regardless to any contrary provisions of any other agreement (unless explicitly
    excluding applicability of this given point of the T&C) IDH shall be entitled to publicize
    the fact that the Campaign was performed through indaHash Service. The Advertiser
    grants to IDH a non-exclusive, royalty-free, worldwide licence for 10 years to use the
    logo and / or any other IP related to its visual identification that was used within the
    Campaign performed through the indaHash Service and are included in Material that
    was published. If the Advertiser is not a direct beneficiary of the Campaign (is not a
    brand owner – Client) it declares its full empowerment to grant and grants a
    non-exclusive, royalty-free, worldwide licence for 10 years to use the logo and / or
    any other IP related to its visual identification that was used within the Campaign
    performed through the indaHash Service and are included in Material that was
    published. IDH may use the Material, the Advertiser’s logo and / or any other IP
    related to its visual identification for elaboration of its own materials referring to the
    Campaign such as: case study, report, article, including publication on IDH website or
    social media account, as well as for any marketing and other purposes.
  8. MISCELLANEOUS
    8.1. IDH acts in compliance with all obligatory law provisions.
    8.2. IDH strictly follows the provisions of Regulation (EU) 2016/679 (GDPR).
    8.2.1. IDH has its own Data Protection Officer (DPO) assigned to supervise any
    personal data flow process.
    8.2.2. By accepting these T&C, the Advertiser and IDH enter into a binding data
    processing agreement related to processing of Publisher’s data in the scope
    necessary to execute the Agreement by IDH, constituting attachment no. 2
    hereto (“DPA”), unless explicitly agreed otherwise.
    8.2.3. IDH is data processor for any personal data provided by the Advertiser, and
    processes such data according to the privacy policy (Attachment 3.) For
    administration as well as for transfer of such data the Advertiser shall
    conclude appropriate agreements and arrange appropriate consents.
    8.3. IDH, while providing the indaHash Service, delivers its know how, sensitive and
    confidential information, entrusts its reputation and business relationship with the
    Publishers and uses its best efforts to provide high standard of the indaHash Service.
    Any information or skill gained by the Advertiser through the use of the indaHash
    Service shall not be used in a bad faith or mishandled. In particular, the Advertiser
    shall not extract the data referring to the Publisher(s) in order to contract with
    him/her/them directly, jeopardizing business relationship between IDH and the
    Publisher(s). If the Advertiser uses any data, materials or other information provided
    by IDH without finalising Campaign order as well as payment procedures such use
    may constitute an infringement of IDH rights and as such might be subjected to
    contractual penalty of doubled Campaign worth stipulated in the IO, or otherwise
    calculated in case no IO was submitted. In case of any claims made by Publisher(s)
    referring aforementioned infringment the Advertiser shall as far as possible indemnify
    IDH and substitute it in any official proceedings including court proceeding.
    Notwithstanding the above IDH shall be entitled to seek recovery of any damages on
    a regular basis.
    8.4. The Advertiser represents and warrants that the person acting for and on behalf of
    the Advertiser, concluding the Agreement with IDH through use of the indaHash
    Service is duly empowered to represent the Advertiser and enter into a binding
    agreement on behalf thereof.
    8.5. Nothing in this Agreement will be deemed or construed to create a joint venture,
    partnership, fiduciary, or agency relationship between the Parties for any purpose.
    The Advertiser shall have no right or authority to enter into any contractual obligations
    or make any representation in the name of or on behalf of IDH. IDH does not grant to
    the Advertiser any right of representation. Any offer of the indaHash Service that the
    Advertiser makes to any third party is deemed to be at Advertiser’s sole risk and IDH
    shall not be obliged to deliver the indaHash Service. Any terms of resell of the
    indaHash Service shall be concluded as a separate agreement.
    8.6. IDH is not liable for any consequences of force majeure, such as war, any natural
    disaster, riots, strikes, prolonged shortage of energy supply etc.
    8.7. IDH reserves the right to refuse the Agreement conclusion or terminate concluded
    Agreement on its sole discretion (effective upon completion of pending Campaigns).
    8.8. IDH reserves the right to amend T&C at its sole discretion. Any amendments shall be
    announced by publishing new updated version of the T&C on the website, through
    the Dashboard or by otherwise making it available to the Advertiser.
    8.9. Omitting, falling or waiving to exercise any right derived from hereof Agreement does
    not constitute waiver for any proceeding or subsequent event, nor shall any waiver
    constitute a continuing waiver.
    8.10. The Agreement’s term lasts as long as the indaHash Service is provided, but no
    shorter than from the first entrance to the Dashboard or submission of an
    undersigned IO, whichever occurs earlier (effective date), till closure of the
    Advertiser’s account at Dashboard (termination date). In any case the term lasts from
    explicit conclusion of an individual agreement by the Advertiser and IDH till explicit
    termination thereof, either by the Advertiser or by IDH.
    8.11. Provisions of 7.1., 7.2., 8.2. and 8.3. are unlimited in time and survive the termination
    of the Agreement, regardless the reason of termination.
    8.12. Wherever appropriate in this Agreement, a singular term shall be construed to mean
    the plural where necessary, and a plural term the singular.
    8.13. The Agreement shall be governed:
    8.13.1. within the scope of any monetary claims arising from the Agreement – by the
    laws of Poland;
    8.13.2. any other legal matter arising from or in connection with the Agreement shall
    be governed and interpreted under the laws of Ireland.
    8.14. The Advertiser and IDH hereby submit:
    8.14.1. within the scope of any monetary claims arising from the Agreement – to
    jurisdiction of the courts of Poland;
    8.14.2. all other disputes arising under or in connection with the Agreement shall be
    subjected exclusively to the Irish courts.
    Attachment 1:
    IDH terms of service for Publishers as of October 2018
    I. DEFINITIONS
    For the purposes of this Agreement, the following words, terms and expressions wherever
    mentioned shall have the following meaning, save where the context requires otherwise:
  9. The “Advertiser” means a third party, contracting with IDH in scope of ordering and
    developing campaigns and campaign rules.
  10. The “Advertiser Terms and Conditions” means current version of terms and conditions
    applicable to the agreement between the Advertiser and IDH, along with the attachments
    thereto, current version of which is available at this link
  11. The “Agreement” means the entire understanding related to the provision of the indaHash
    service, using the APP, ordering and participation in Campaigns etc., as defined in Section
    II below.
  12. The “APP” means mobile software application available for iOS and Android platforms
    called indaHash, provided by IDH, which the User can use to access the Service, in a
    version downloaded by the User (and updated afterwards, if applicable).
  13. The “Campaign” means promotional and marketing activities designed, produced or
    invented by the Advertiser, made accessible by IDH to all or selected Publishers in scope
    of the Service through the APP (even if the Material is not published through the APP or
    some or all tasks are executed out of the APP). “Sampling Campaign” is a Campaign
    which includes sending a Product to the Publisher for the purpose of creating Material.
    “Deal Campaign” is specific type of Campaign at which whole Remuneration is in form of a
    discount for Product to be acquired from Advertiser, normally clearly labelled as such type
    of Campaign.
  14. The “Campaign Rules” mean rules, guidelines, requirements and other conditions
    developed by the Advertiser in reference to a given Campaign, visible by each Campaign
    in the APP, which the Publisher undertakes to comply with by joining the Campaign.
  15. “Consumer Rights Regulations” mean the European Union (Consumer Information,
    Cancellation and Other Rights) Regulations 2013 (S.I. No. 484/2013).
  16. “Eligibility” means eligibility requirement set forth in section III.1 .
  17. “IDH” means IDH MEDIA LIMITED, a company incorporated under laws of Ireland, with its
    registered office at 22 Northumberland Road, Ballsbridge, Dublin 4, Ireland, entered into
    the Registrar of Companies under the company number 563441, VAT EU: IE 3376160DH.
  18. The “T&C” mean always the current version of these IDH terms of service for Publishers,
    along with the attachments thereto, available through the APP and on
    https://indahash.com/page/mobile-insta-terms.
  19. The “Publisher” means a User, being an approved user of relevant Social Media, in
    compliance with terms and conditions thereof, who meets all other criteria set out in these
    T&C and has successfully registered to the Service via the APP , accepting thereby the
    Agreement (including above all the T&C).
  20. The “Product” means an item sent or service made available to the Publisher by/on behalf
    of the Advertiser (or its client) in scope of a Sampling Campaign which should be used
    according to the Campaign Rules and constitutes (total or part of) Publisher’s
    Remuneration for the participation in the given Campaign or in scope of Deal Campaign
    which should be used according to the task given by Advertiser, discount for which
    constitutes entire Publisher’s Remuneration for the participation in a given Deal Campaign.
  21. The “Service” means an electronic service under the name indaHash which, subject to the
    terms of the Agreement, can be accessed by a Publisher via the APP and by an Advertiser
    via the Site, in scope of which IDH serves as an intermediary between the Advertiser and
    the Publisher, as well as it provides a communication platform which enables (i) Publishers
    to be informed about and (upon fulfilment of predefined conditions) take part in
    Campaign(s) and thereby to earn remuneration (depending on Campaign Rules) and (ii)
    Advertisers to define and inform about campaign rules and conditions, order campaigns,
    monitor execution thereof and (iii) may offer some other facilities available at the given
    time.
  22. The “Site” means a website available under the following address: www.indahash.com,
    managed by IDH.
  23. A “User” means any visitor to the APP or the Site.
  24. “Withdrawal Form” means the form as in Schedule 1 hereto required by the Consumer
    Rights Regulations.
  25. “Social Media” mean all or relevant (depending on the context) social media platform(s) on
    which the Campaigns can be launched, including – as at the day of drafting these IDH
    Terms and Conditions – Instagram (www.instagram.com), Facebook (www.facebook.com),
    Snapchat (www.snapchat.com), Twitter (www.twitter.com).
  26. “Material” means any material published within the scope of Campaign or delivered
    otherwise in relation to a Campaign or other event according to separate arrangements
    with IDH by the Publisher, including photos, videos, other publications.
  27. “Remuneration” means money, goods or services due to the Publisher in return for his/her
    participation in the given Campaign (as well as for granting the licence to the Material(s), if
    applicable), form and value of which depends on and is determined in Campaign Rules.
  28. “Rate” means applicable rate as defined in point VI.1(3) below.
    II. THE AGREEMENT
  29. The Agreement includes:
    a. T&C;
    b. Advertiser Terms and Conditions;
    c. any other document incorporated either in (a) or in (b) by reference (including
    additional terms and policies related to Sampling Campaigns).
  30. These T&C incorporate by reference:
    a. The Privacy Statement which contains more detailed information on the data
    processing rules by IDH (related also but not exclusively to the provision of
    the Service and using the APP), updated version of which is always available
    in the APP and here: https://indahash.com/page/privacy;
    b. Cookies policy available in the APP and here:
    https://indahash.com/page/cookie;
    c. each set of Campaign Rules which will govern the way in which a particular
    Campaign is run.
    III. REGISTRATION AND ELIGIBILITY
    III.1. ELIGIBILITY
    In order to be eligible to register for the Service as a Publisher, a User must:
    a. have full capacity to enter into legal transaction or have had obtained valid
    consent of parent(s)/legal guardian(s);
    b. have an active account on relevant Social Media (as at the date of the T&C:
    Facebook or Instagram), provided that the account successfully goes through
    the verification and is approved by IDH (especially with regard to the number
    of followers, profile activity and history);
    c. download the APP.
    III.2. APPROVAL
  31. The Publisher shall be notified whether his or her Social Media account has been
    approved, by means of an email communicated through the Service by IDH to the
    Publisher.
  32. The Agreement as well as the Withdrawal Form along with the appropriate
    instructions thereto shall be attached to an email confirming approval of User’s
    account in the APP for the purposes of the Service.
    III.3. REGISTRATION PROCESS
  33. If a User does not agree with any of the provisions of the Agreement
    (including above all the T&C), (s)he should not register as a Publisher.
  34. The e-mail mentioned in point III.2(2) above includes also a summary of most
    crucial points of these T&C which, however, does not release the Publisher from
    his/her obligation to read and accept the T&C as a whole, as the summary does not
    limit the scope of the T&C in any way.
  35. By clicking on a relevant checkbox, the Publisher agrees for the commencement of
    the provision of the Service prior to the lapse of the statutory period for withdrawal
    from the Agreement, thereby freely deciding to forfeit his/her statutory right of
    withdrawal.
  36. By ticking the checkbox and clicking on the REGISTER button, the Publisher
    unconditionally accepts all terms and conditions of the Agreement (including these
    T&C). By doing so, the Publisher is granted access to the Service.
  37. Access to the Service does not guarantee participation in any of the Campaigns
    and the decision to participate in a Campaign is a matter for the Publisher to decide,
    provided that both the Campaign and Publisher’s participation in Campaign have
    been approved. Otherwise, the Publisher may not take part in a Campaign. No
    obligations are imposed on the Publisher to undertake any activities in scope a given
    Campaign prior to the Publisher clicking on the JOIN button.
    IV. indaHash SERVICE. GENERAL TERMS AND CONDITIONS
    IV.1. THE SERVICE
  38. IDH has developed the Service which makes it possible for the Publisher who
    takes part in a Campaign commissioned by the Advertiser and made available via the
    Service in scope of which Publisher publishes posts containing Material(s) on the
    Publisher’s Social Media account(s), in compliance with the relevant Campaign
    Rules, to earn Remuneration in accordance with such Campaign Rules.
  39. The Publisher can only be granted access to the Service upon unconditional
    acceptance of the T&C and Agreement. Access to the Service does not guarantee
    participation in a Campaign and the decision to ask for joining the Campaign depends
    solely on the Publisher, while the acceptance of Publisher’s participation in a
    Campaign is at the discretion of the Advertiser (and/or IDH – in relation to technical
    issues).
    IV.2. THE APP
  40. The Service is offered by IDH and may be accessed by the User by means of the
    APP. User’s ability to access the Service via the APP depends on functionalities and
    other technical conditions of User’s device on iOS and Android platforms.
  41. The APP is available through (i) the AppStore (iOS) and through (ii) Google Play
    (Android) for mobile devices, i.e. mobile phones communicating using radio waves,
    operating within the GSM or UMTS digital systems or tablets. The APP is compatible
    with the following systems:
    a. iOS version 8 or higher,
    b. Android version 4.4.1 or higher.
    IV.3. THE ROLE OF IDH
  42. In communication between Advertisers and Publishers IDH acts solely as an
    intermediary providing indaHash platform.
  43. In particular IDH in no case does not verify or supervise any materials provided by
    the Advertiser or the Campaign and Campaign Rules, it simply approves compatibility
    of the materials with the Service and technical requirements/functionalities thereof.
    The Publisher should verify on his or her own whether publishing posts
    containing advertising matter is permitted under the laws of the country the
    citizens (residents of which) are aimed and/or reached by the contents published on
    Publisher’s Social Media account(s) in relation to the Campaign.
  44. All communication between Advertisers and Publishers shall be handled
    through indaHash platform, except for the Deal Campaigns, described in point
    IXa.
    V. CAMPAIGNS
    V.1. JOINING AND PARTICIPATION IN CAMPAIGNS
  45. The Publisher shall have the possibility to browse the requirements of individual
    Campaigns within the Service. Not all Campaigns available at the moment must be
    visible to a given Publisher. If (s)he considers that any of visible Campaigns may be
    of interest to him or her, (s)he shall be entitled to conclude an agreement for the
    participation in such Campaign by clicking on the JOIN button.
  46. By clicking on the JOIN button, the Publisher unconditionally accepts the
    Campaign Rules and the Campaign description in the service panel. In case of
    any discrepancies, Campaign Rules prevail over these T&Cs. Joining request is
    subject to approval by Advertiser/IDH. Advertiser and IDH reserve a right to reject
    Publisher’s participation in a given Campaign without giving any justification for such
    rejection.
  47. By joining the Campaign, the Publisher undertakes to comply with the Campaign
    Rules and any other applicable terms, including obligation to meet any deadlines, as
    well as (s)he accepts Rates set for the Campaign.
  48. The Campaign Rules, including the applicable deadlines and Remuneration, are
    tailored for the Publisher having regard to the features of the Publisher’s Social Media
    profile(s) (e.g. number of followers, target group, image people engagement).
  49. During the Campaign, the Publisher undertakes to fulfill Campaign requirements and
    tasks, including e.g. publishing posts on his or her Social Media account(s) which
    are consistent with the requirements included in the description of the given
    Campaign (e.g. publication of specific content, photos, videos or other materials), and
    not removing archiving or otherwise making invisible to general public the
    Material during 12 months period as of the publishing, or change his or her profile of
    Social Media account(s) to private, as well as to include in them a unique
    alphanumeric code (hashtag) and/or (tag). The Publisher is solely responsible and
    liable for including additional hashtags or other specific description of the
    Material as required by applicable provisions of law in his/her jurisdiction.
  50. The Publisher is not obliged or entitled to perform any other actions within the
    framework of Campaign apart from those expressly included in the Campaign Rules,
    description thereof or otherwise expressly agreed between the Publisher and the
    Advertiser/IDH.
  51. Material is subject to pre-moderation procedure. All Materials require approval by
    IDH/Advertiser before the Publisher uses them within the scope of the Campaign.
    IDH/Advertiser may require adjustments of Material and such adjustment(s) shall be
    made by Publisher, in particular IDH/Advertiser may request exchange of picture or
    video, or adjustment of it in terms saturation, brightness, resolution or any other
    adjustment. IDH/Advertiser may reject Material at any stage, usually by giving
    grounds to such rejection. Publisher acknowledges that Advertiser may select
    Material and approve it for publication at Advertiser’s sole discretion.
  52. Payment of Remuneration to the Publisher is conditional on: approval of
    Material by Advertiser and the Publisher complying fully with the Campaign, the
    applicable Campaign Rules and T&Cs.
  53. Notwithstanding other provisions of the T&C and Campaign Rules, when publishing
    the Material the Publisher should describe as a content that is sponsored/published in
    exchange for remuneration, in accordance with applicable legal rules, and rules of
    relevant Social Media channel. This obligation includes, in particular, tagging
    published Material with a relevant hashtag, such as #ad, #sponsored and similar.
  54. Publishers are not allowed to publish in their Social Media during the term of
    Campaign, nor within 2 months thereafter, any posts presenting or related to any
    brand or product competitive to the Product or Advertiser involved in the Campaign
    the Publisher took part in, unless the Campaign Rules or specific terms of the
    Campaign set forth other rules in that scope.
    V.2 MONITORING CAMPAIGNS
  55. The Publisher undertakes to monitor the up-to-date information on the Campaign
    and on changes made to the Service.
  56. The Publisher grants IDH and, as required by IDH, the Advertiser the right to use
    dedicated computer software, to verify whether the Publisher has performed the
    allocated tasks. Where Campaign activities are performed:
    c. without the appropriate hash tag and/or tag being placed,
    d. following the lapse of 24 hours (or term stipulated in Campaign Rules) from
    the day of signing up for the given Campaign,
    e. in a manner inconsistent with Campaign Rules for the given Campaign,
    f. in a manner inconsistent with the Advertiser’s image,
    IDH shall be entitled (in any such case), but is not obliged, to advise the Publisher via
    the Service that the particular activities do not qualify for any Remuneration as they
    are incorrectly performed or are in breach of the Campaign or the Campaign Rules as
    the case may be.
  57. IDH can temporarily or definitively block Publisher’s APP account or apply other
    punitive measures if the Publisher does not comply with Campaign Rules or violates
    the T&Cs or other instructions otherwise.In case of violation of provisions referred to
    in paragraph V.2. (5), the entire Remuneration shall be withdrawn or the Publisher
    shall be obliged to return it, subject to other provisions of T&C.
    VI. REMUNERATION
    VI.1. REMUNERATION SCHEME AND DETERMINATION
  58. The Publisher for (correct) participation in Campaign is entitled to
    Remuneration. However, it may happen (especially in case of Sampling or
    Deal Campaigns) that the Remuneration is fully or partially covered before
    the correct participation in the Campaign. In such case, failure to correctly
    participate in the Campaign results in Publisher’s obligation to return the
    Remuneration or the equivalent thereof.
  59. The Advertiser can decide whether the Remuneration shall be settled in (i)
    cash, (ii) goods, (iii) services or (iv) as a mix of the abovementioned
    components and informs about Remuneration scheme in the Campaign
    Rules. IDH is empowered to modify Remuneration scheme, as well as to offer
    the Publisher an option of receiving Remuneration in chosen cryptocurrency.
    Applicable scheme and rates of Remuneration are visible to each Publisher
    individually in the APP, under given Campaign Rules. Remuneration in scope
    of Deal Campaigns is granted in form of a discount for the Product, as
    described below.
  60. Should the Remuneration be settled fully or partially in cash, the rates
    specific for a given Campaign and for a given Publisher individually shall
    apply (“Rate”).
  61. IDH reserves a right to vary the applicable Rates at any time (except for
    active, open Campaigns in progress to which the Publisher has already been
    admitted). The Publisher should base his/her decision on joining Campaign
    taking into account the Remuneration scheme and the Rate (in case of cash
    Remuneration) applicable to the given Publisher for the purpose of the given
    Campaign.
  62. Final amount of the due Remuneration in cash shall be determined based on
    (i) the Rate and (ii) Publisher’s performance in the Campaign.
    VI.2. REMUNERATION PAYMENT
  63. In the event the Remuneration defined in Campaign Rules shall be settled
    otherwise than in cash , the Advertiser shall provide the Publisher with goods/services
    directly or indirectly, depending on the arrangements. The goods should be sent to
    the Publisher to the shipping address indicated by the Publisher. The Publisher shall
    be informed (either in the Campaign Rules or afterwards) on the way of delivery of
    service constituting part of/whole Publisher’s Remuneration. The payment or transfer
    of Remuneration may depend on providing additional Publisher data (e.g. phone
    number), which is necessary or useful for the purposes related to payment of
    Remuneration.
  64. The Remuneration paid in cash to the Publisher shall be settled, however before
    settling the final due amount in favour of the Publisher, fees for payment-related
    services (especially for fast payment option), as well as fees for payment operator
    and online money transfer services (if applicable) shall be deducted.
  65. The Remuneration payable in cash shall be settled upon Publisher’s payment
    request made via the APP, provided that such payment request (unless otherwise
    stipulated herein):
    a. cannot be made more frequently than once a month (one per calendar
    month);
    b. shall cover aggregated Remuneration amount not lower than the minimum
    payment level determined individually for each market and defined (visible) in the
    APP.
  66. Any cash settlement of Remuneration made to a Publisher is conditional on
    IDH having received the cash from the Advertiser and the Advertiser has paid
    IDH’s fees. Provided that IDH has received the relevant payment from
    Advertiser, cash Remuneration shall be transferred to the Publisher generally
    within 30 days as of Publisher’s payment request.
  67. The Publisher may choose “fast” payment option in the APP, if available. Such fast
    payment may be subject to additional fee (availability and conditions of such fast
    payment are determined directly in a relevant section of the APP and may be set forth
    individually for each Publisher and/or Campaign).
  68. Remuneration in cash for the Publisher shall be payable to the bank account
    specified by the Publisher. IDH and/or Advertiser shall accept no liability
    whatsoever for any errors or inaccuracies in the bank account information or
    shipping address, or for missing information in required data that should be
    provided by the Publisher.
  69. Should the payment of Remuneration (in whatever form) for Publisher’s
    participation in any Campaign or other event with involvement of IDH be executed
    through the APP and unless separate agreement explicitly say otherwise, these
    T&Cs, including above all the licence to the Material(s), even if the Material itself
    was not published/uploaded through the APP, apply respectively. By accepting
    these T&Cs the Publisher confirms his/her consent for such extent of applicability of
    the T&Cs.
    VII. TAX ISSUES
    VII.1. TAX SETTLEMENT
  70. Upon receiving any Remuneration for participation in Campaign or other
    event, the Publisher on his/her own is obliged to:
    a. settle and pay any applicable taxes,
    b. fill in and submit tax forms,
    c. fulfill all tax related and other obligations,
    applicable in such circumstances according to the laws of his or her country
    of citizenship or residency.
  71. IDH shall not make or be obliged to (i) make any settlements or payments of any
    taxes or public receivables, (ii) file any documents or forms, (iii) fulfill any other
    obligations on behalf of the Publisher or for his or her benefit, regardless of the basis
    for such obligation (contract, laws of the Publisher’s country of citizenship or
    residency).
    VII.2. TAX RELATED LIABILITY
  72. The Publisher agrees to fully indemnify and hold IDH harmless against any income
    tax, national insurance and social security contributions and any other liability,
    deduction, contribution, assessment or claim arising from or made in connection with
    the (non-)performance by the Publisher of the obligations applicable to him in the
    T&C, the Agreement or applicable law, where such recovery is not prohibited by law.
  73. The Publisher shall further indemnify IDH against all reasonable costs, expenses
    and any penalty, fines or interest incurred or payable by IDH in connection with or in
    consequence of any such liability, deduction, contribution, assessment or claim or
    any liability arising from any employment-related claim or any claim based on worker
    status (including reasonable costs and expenses) brought by the Publisher or any
    third party against IDH arising out of or in connection with the (non-)performance of
    this Agreement by the Publisher.
    VIII. LICENSE
    VII.1. LICENSE FOR THE ADVERTISER
  74. Within the Remuneration paid to Publisher for taking part in Campaign(s), the
    Publisher hereby grants the Advertiser (whose Campaign (s)he enters) a non
    revocable, worldwide licence for 10 years, effective as of the date uploading such
    Material (provided that it has been approved for the Campaign afterwards) or as of
    publishing such Material in Social Media, whichever occurs earlier or applies, to use
    by the Advertiser or his Affiliates of any Material, subject to point VIII.5(2) below. The
    licence authorizes usage of the Material in digital version and for digital purposes and
    digital use in the following scopes:
    a. processing, recording, reproduction by any technique, including printing,
    reprographic techniques, recording of audio and/or vision, magnetic
    recording, electronic media, storage on mobile devices;
    b. incorporation of Material or part of it to other creative works of any type,
    including different from the original Material,
    c. digitization, input to computer memory, input to mobile devices memory,
    introduction to computer networks and sharing via computer networks,
    including the Internet and other networks;
    d. use for marketing purposes of any nature (including marketing campaigns,
    using on platforms/services, landings etc.), use in business or non-economic
    in nature also as a brand of the company, trademark or other distinctive
    symbol of the company or a product or service without any restrictions,
    e. public performance, display, playing, broadcasting and re-broadcasting, as
    well as public share of Material in such a way that everyone can have access
    to it at a place and time individually chosen by them;
    f. displaying, as well as broadcasting, wired or wireless, of sound or vision via a
    ground station or satellite;
    g. exercising and allowing for the exercise by third parties of creative
    developments of the Material, including alterations and adaptations, adding
    different elements, updating, modification of any kind;
    h. use of the creative developments as whole or in parts, connecting with other
    works.
  75. The licences granted pursuant to point (1) above includes the right of Advertiser to
    grant sublicences.
    VIII.2. LICENSE FOR IDH
  76. In return for access to the Service and the APP, the Publisher grants IDH a
    non revocable, worldwide licence for 10 years, effective from the date of first
    public issue, licence to the extent stipulated in para. VIII.1. above, including
    the right to sublicence (both payable or non-payable).
  77. The licence mentioned in point VIII.2(1) above in the benefit to be granted to
    IDH by the Publisher in return for using the Service/APP.
    VIII.3. MORAL RIGHTS TO THE MATERIAL(S)
    The Publisher waives (i.e. (s)he will not execute) with respect to the Advertiser and IDH, as
    well as to third parties indicated by Advertiser or IDH, his/her moral rights to the Material (in
    particular the paternity and integrity rights) and empowers Advertiser and IDH (as well as any
    third party empowered by Advertiser or IDH) to execute his/her moral rights to the Material.
    VIII.4. PERSONAL IMAGE AND THIRD PARTY’S CONSENT
  78. In the event the Material comprises the personal image of the Publisher or
    any third party, the Publisher grants the Advertiser and IDH the right, as well
    as third parties that received the licence to the Material, to use such personal
    image in the scope of the licence, including explicitly advertising purposes.
    The consent cannot be withdrawn, unless unconditionally binding provisions
    of law stipulate otherwise.
  79. The Publisher hereby confirms that (s)he obtained explicit consent of
    any third party presented in the Material to publish such Material and to
    use it for all purposes related to the given Campaign, including granting
    licences pursuant to the conditions of these T&C.
  80. The Publisher (or the third party) cannot withdraw his/her consent for the use
    of personal image, unless unconditionally binding provisions of applicable law
    foresee such right that cannot be waived. Should the Publisher or a third
    party withdraw a consent for the use of personal image presented in the
    Material during the licence term (10 years), the Publisher is obliged to return
    entire Remuneration (s)he received for the participation in Campaign (or
    other event) related to this Material, pay IDH a contractual penalty of EUR
    1,000 and to cover all the losses and damages of IDH and Advertiser
    resulting from such withdrawal, if they exceed the amount of the contractual
    penalty. The Publisher must be aware of the fact that withdrawal his/her or
    third party’s consent for use of personal image may cause severe financial
    losses to both – IDH and the Advertiser (as well as its direct client, if
    applicable).
    VIII.5. USE OF MATERIAL(S)
  81. The Publisher hereby confirms that (s)he is aware and agrees that
    his/her Material may be unlimitedly used by the Advertiser and/or IDH,
    and/or third party empowered by the Advertiser or IDH, for any purpose
    including above all advertising and marketing purposes (in digital), without
    granting any further benefits or remuneration to the Publisher (except
    for the Remuneration for the Campaign participation).
  82. This section VIII does not apply to the Materials delivered to the Publisher
    directly by the Advertiser in scope of the Campaign, in accordance with the
    Campaign Rules (e.g. in case of ‘video seeding’-based Campaigns ).
    IX. NON- STANDARD CAMPAIGNS
    IX. 1 SAMPLING CAMPAIGNS
  83. The Publisher can be invited to and can decide to join a Sampling Campaign pursued
    through indaHash sending platform or otherwise. In such case, the Publisher is
    obliged to follow Campaign Rules and other instructions (including acceptance of
    relevant additional terms and conditions and other policies) and to provide IDH with a
    Material upon receiving a Product, unless otherwise stipulated in the Campaign
    Rules. IDH is not a supplier of the Product.
  84. By joining a Sampling Campaign, the Publisher unconditionally agrees that IDH (or
    any third party that reasonably may require such information in relation to the
    Campaign) receives and processes all personal and other data provided by the
    Publisher.
  85. If the Publisher, who received a Product within the scope of Sampling Campaign, fails
    to correctly participate in such Campaign (which means also, but not exclusively,
    publishing in due time the approved Material), (s)he is obliged to immediately return
    the Product on the address indicated by IDH at his/her own expense. Failure to
    correctly participate in the Campaign can result in – technically or actually – blocking
    Publisher’s account in the APP, which includes freezing funds accumulated on
    Publisher’s account (the funds shall be released within 72 working hours since
    delivering Product back to address indicated by IDH, after deducting the cost that IDH
    has to cover for sending the Product to the Publisher amounting to an equivalent of
    EUR 10.00 in applicable currency, unless indicated or proved otherwise). Should IDH,
    the Advertiser or a third party suffer any loss or damage as a result of Publisher’s
    failure to correctly participate in the Campaign, funds can remain freezed or/and
    deducted, and IDH (Advertiser/third party) can claim damages from the Publisher.
  86. Participation in a Sampling Campaign automatically means that the Publisher read,
    understood and agreed for the T&Cs.
    IX. 2 DEAL CAMPAIGNS
  87. The Publisher may take part in Deal Campaign, at which his/her entire
    Remuneration will be limited to discount from a basic price for acquiring
    Product offered by the Advertiser in relation to Deal Campaign. Publisher
    confirms that such Remuneration exhausts any and all claims as a
    compensation for his/her engagement in Deal Campaign, rights to the image,
    granted Licence, and any other IP rights described in point VIII of these T&C.
    Publisher is not allowed to seek any additional gratification, either with
    Advertiser, brand owner, or with IDH.
  88. By taking part in Deal Campaign Publisher agrees to acquire Product, for the
    discounted price, cover cost of delivery, in accordance with terms and
    conditions of Advertiser’s sale platform, prepare, publish and grant licence to
    Material in accordance with general licencing rules of these T&C.
    a. Any additional cost related to collection of Product shall be borne by
    Publisher, unless agreed with Advertiser otherwise.
    b. Discount code, provided to Publisher, shall be used at the time of
    acquiring and stored by the Publisher for the duration of whole Deal
    Campaign.
    c. Publisher is solely liable for correct use of discount code and for
    acquiring of Product.
  89. The Publisher must create and publish Material within 24 hours of collection of
    Product, unless other time frame has been communicated by the Advertiser for
    particular Deal Campaign. As confirmation of completion of the task in scope of
    Deal Campaign, the Publisher must put in APP link to the published Material, or
    follow other relevant instructions related to the Deal Campaign.
  90. Notwithstanding the foregoing clause, if Publisher does not publish Material
    within 14 days of discount code receiving date, his/her APP account may be
    suspended.
  91. All communication, in regard to Deal Campaign, shall be conducted directly
    between Advertiser and Publisher.
  92. For properly applied discount and calculated price of Product, timely delivery,
    quality of Product and all other Product related claims, the Publisher shall hold
    Advertiser liable, in accordance with generally applicable legal rules.
  93. IDH may introduce rating system, by which Advertisers may gain opportunity to
    give anonymous rates to Publisher who took part in Deal Campaign, based on
    Publisher’s performance (Publisher Rating). IDH is by no means responsible for
    the rates given and averaged rate of the Publisher. Publisher Rating may affect
    the number of Deal Campaigns or Campaigns offered to the Publisher, and, in
    case of low Publisher Rating, may result in temporary or permanent blocking of
    the Publisher’s account in APP.
  94. IDH may also introduce rating system, by which Publisher would gain
    opportunity to give anonymous rates to Advertiser, whose Deal Campaign they
    took part in (Advertiser Rating). Within such system, Publisher shall give fair,
    grounded rates, and, in case of any disputes or issues between Publisher and
    Advertiser, seek amicable resolutions.
    X. PUBLISHER’S OBLIGATIONS AND RESPONSIBILITY
    X.1. OBLIGATIONS
  95. The Publisher undertakes to use the Service in accordance with the provisions
    of the Agreement.
  96. The Publisher shall not inform any third party about his/her engagement in
    Campaigns via the Service, or any information obtained in connection with the
    use of the Service and participation in Campaigns, nor in any case should (s)he
    make public any details related to his/her remuneration for participation in
    Campaigns.
  97. The Publisher undertakes to monitor the up-to-date information on the Campaign and
    on changes made to the Service.
  98. The Publisher is solely responsible for specifying correct bank account and details
    thereof, as well as for informing on Publisher’s current shipping address.
  99. The Publisher undertakes:
    a. ot to artificially influence or inflate the number of followers of his or her
    relevant Social Media profile,
    b. to reimburse the damage caused by non-performance or improper
    performance of activities in case of Campaigns at the level of value of goods
    and shipping costs, where applicable.
  100. The Publisher undertakes to indemnify and hold IDH and Advertiser harmless against
    any and all claims for damages, liabilities or any other demands for the payment of
    compensation arising from the activities of the Publisher performed within the
    framework of the Service or in the course of performance of obligations related to any
    Campaign. The Publisher shall compensate any costs or losses caused by the
    improper, negligent or unauthorized use of the Service or performance of the
    Campaign.
  101. The Publisher hereby assures that (s)he shall not use the Service in a manner
    inconsistent with its purpose, such that it may hinder or prevent any other Users from
    accessing the Service or other Publishers using the Service/APP. In the event of the
    provision of Service being placed at risk for reasons specified in the preceding
    sentence, IDH, having first requested the Publisher to cease and desist from
    infringing activities, may suspend the provision of the Service to the Publisher. In
    cases where an immediate intervention on the part of IDH is necessary and where it
    is impossible to request the Publisher to cease and desist from infringing activities
    first, due the severity of the breach, IDH shall be entitled to immediately suspend the
    provision of the Service, of which suspension, IDH shall promptly notify the Publisher.
    X.2. REPRESENTATIONS AND RESPONSIBILITY
  102. By entering into the Agreement and registering as a Publisher, the Publisher warrants
    that:
    a. (s)he has full capacity to enter into contracts or any legal transactions under
    the laws of his or her country of citizenship and residency,
    b. there are no legal or factual obstacles to the conclusion of the Agreement,
    c. all conditions necessary for such registration to be successful, valid, lawful
    and compliant with the Agreement are fulfilled.
  103. The Publisher represents and warrants to each of the Advertiser and IDH
    that (s)he has read, and understood and accepts the provisions of the
    Agreement, including the requirements on Eligibility in section III.1, as well as other
    provisions of these T&C, the Advertiser Terms and Conditions, and Campaign Rules
    applicable to a particular Campaign.
  104. The Publisher shall be solely responsible for the consistency of his or her
    actions, including published content, performed within the framework of the
    Service or the Campaign with the laws of his or her country of citizenship,
    residency or where the Campaign is visible as well as with the official rules of
    social media channel, within which Campaign is run. If any official permission,
    governmental licence is required for publishing, the Publisher is solely
    responsible for obtaining it and acting in accordance with its terms.
  105. The Publisher shall be solely responsible for:
    a. his or her Social Media account(s);
    b. verifying whether the publication of specific information which forms the
    subject of the Campaign is permissible and consistent with the laws of his or
    her country of citizenship/residency;
    c. goods supplied by the Advertiser in order to perform activities pursuant to
    Campaign details and for the condition and merchantability and fitness for
    purposes of goods received as Remuneration.
  106. The Publisher hereby acknowledges that in the event that a person without
    capacity to enter into legal transactions (or with restricted capacity to enter into legal
    transactions) purports to enter into the present Agreement, the Agreement shall not
    be concluded unless the parents or legal guardian agree for such agreement to
    be concluded. The Publisher shall be liable for any losses incurred by IDH which
    arise, whether directly or indirectly, from a party without the appropriate legal capacity
    from entering into this Agreement.
  107. The Publisher shall be responsible for the proper performance of the obligations
    imposed within the framework of the given Campaign and shall bear any and all costs
    arising from the performance of his or her obligations in the course of such
    Campaign. It is up to the Publisher to establish what such costs are, prior to agreeing
    to undertake a Campaign.
    XI. DATA PROTECTION AND PRIVACY
  108. Our Privacy Statement and any other documents referred to therein sets out the basis
    on which any personal data IDH collect from a User or a Publisher, or that a User or a
    Publisher provide to IDH, will be processed by IDH (including transfer thereof to third
    parties, such as Advertisers).
  109. By visiting the Site and/or downloading the APP the User accepts and consents also
    to the practices described in the Privacy Statement. The User agrees that his/her
    personal data, including contact details, will be transferred to the Advertisers, if
    requested.
  110. For the purposes of the Data Protection Acts 1998 and 2003 as amended (the Acts),
    the Data Controller is IDH. IDH’s nominated representative for the purposes of the
    Acts is Sean Kavanagh.
    XII. SECURITY
  111. After the Publisher’s registration to the Service either through the Site or the APP is
    accepted, and subsequently when the Publisher logs to the Service via the APP, IDH
    shall protect such communications on the Site and in the APP by Secure Socket
    Layer (SSL). This is an industry standard technology designed to prevent information
    from being intercepted.
  112. IDH may also implement its own additional security procedures on the Site or on the
    APP to prevent fraud. IDH reserves the right to enhance, amend and update its
    security procedures.
  113. The Publisher acknowledges and agrees that there are certain risks associated with
    internet communications. The Publisher further acknowledges that the internet is a
    media over which IDH has no control. IDH expressly disclaims, in so far as legally
    permissible, responsibility for any interception of communications and data or
    consequent loss or damage suffered by Publisher arising out of the loss or delay of
    Publisher communications and data over the internet.
  114. In order to prevent unauthorized persons from gaining access to the personal data
    submitted electronically by the Publisher on the APP and from modifying such data,
    the following technical measures shall be applied by IDH to the protection of IDH
    database from unauthorized access.
    XIII. LIABILITY
  115. EXCEPT AS EXPRESSLY PROVIDED HEREIN AND TO THE MAXIMUM EXTENT
    PERMITTED BY APPLICABLE LAW, IDH MAKES NO WARRANTIES OF ANY KIND,
    WHETHER EXPRESS, IMPLIED, STATUTORY OR OTHERWISE, AND
    SPECIFICALLY DISCLAIMS ALL IMPLIED WARRANTIES, TERMS AND
    CONDITIONS, INCLUDING ANY WARRANTIES OF MERCHANTABILITY, OR
    FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR PURPOSE WITH RESPECT TO THE SERVICE
    AND/OR RELATED DOCUMENTATION. IDH DOES NOT WARRANT THAT THE
    SERVICE WILL BE ERROR FREE OR UNINTERRUPTED. THE WARRANTIES
    PROVIDED HEREIN ARE THE SOLE AND EXCLUSIVE WARRANTIES PROVIDED
    TO USERS/PUBLISHERS IN CONNECTION WITH THE PROVISION OF THE
    SERVICE.
  116. IDH shall accept no liability whatsoever for any costs or losses incurred by the
    Publisher in connection with the performance of his or her obligations arising in
    connection with the participation in the Campaigns. IDH shall accept no liability
    whatsoever for any losses or lost profits including indirect losses incurred by the
    Publisher in the use of the Service/APP.
  117. IDH is not responsible for non payment of Remuneration in the lack of payment by
    the Advertiser.
  118. IDH does not guarantee proper operation of the Service. IDH makes the Service
    available “as is”; although the Service has been tested and provides the intended
    functionalities, IDH makes no warranties as to the proper functioning thereof.
  119. IDH shall accept no liability whatsoever for any interruptions in the access to the
    Service, for any instances of breach or loss of data in its information processing
    system, for any defects of the security system or for the operation of viruses and
    other harmful software components during the use of the Service.
  120. IDH shall accept no liability whatsoever for any costs or losses incurred by the
    Publisher in connection with the performance of his or her obligations arising in
    connection with the participation in the Campaigns.
  121. None of the previous provisions serve to exclude or restrict liability for death or
    personal injury caused by the negligence or by fraudulent misrepresentation of IDH.
  122. Complaints submitted by the Publisher in connection with non-performance or
    improper performance of the Agreement by IDH must be sent by Publisher to IDH by
    e-mail to the address: support@indahash.com or in writing, to the address of the
    registered office of IDH. IDH shall endeavour to respond to any complaint as quickly
    as possible. IDH’s ability to respond will be dependant on the nature and complexity
    of the complaint, the extent to which IDH can contact the Publisher to get information
    on the complaint and the extent to which IDH needs to obtain information from a third
    party relevant to the complaint to frame a response. Subject to the terms of the
    Agreement, IDH will make reasonable efforts to find a satisfactory solution to the
    complaint. If the complaint relates to the Advertiser, IDH will forward the complaint to
    the Advertiser with a request that the Advertiser contacts the Publisher.
    XIV. INTELLECTUAL PROPERTY RIGHTS
  123. IDH remains the owner of or an entity entitled to all copyrights, trademarks,
    intellectual property rights and other rights related to the Service/APP..
  124. Any text, data, graphics, pictures, logos, photos, files and any other materials
    included on the Site or the APP as well as the selection, arrangement, coordination
    and compilation of materials and the overall appearance and character of the website
    are the intellectual property of IDH or their respective owners. They are protected
    under copyright, design right, patents, trademarks or under other provisions, including
    the provisions of international conventions as well as provisions of the law of
    intellectual property.
  125. The Agreement does not form the basis for the acquisition by the Publisher, in any
    manner whatsoever, of any rights or licences, save for the right to use the Service via
    the APP.
    XV. CHANGES TO THE IDH TERMS AND CONDITIONS
  126. IDH can amend these T&C from time to time.
  127. The User or Publisher should look at the top of the first page to see when these T&C
    were last updated and which terms were changed. Every time as a Publisher you
    undertake Campaign activities, the T&C in force will apply at the time the activities
    commence.
  128. IDH may also revise these T&C as they apply to a particular Campaign undertaken by
    a Publisher from time to time to reflect the following circumstances: changes in
    relevant laws and regulatory requirements; or the need to adjust the activities of IDH
    to the obligations, rulings, decisions, determinations or guidelines of any regulatory
    authority or arising from, the decision of a public administration authority having
    jurisdiction with respect to the activities of IDH or arising from a court judgement
    applicable to the activities of IDH, having an impact on the mutual rights and
    obligations laid down in the Agreement; a change in the manner of the provision of
    the electronically supplied services by IDH arising exclusively due to technical or
    technological reasons; change in the scope or rules of the provision by IDH of the
    Services to which the provisions of the Agreement apply through the introduction of
    new functionalities or services or the modification or removal by IDH of existing
    functionalities or part of the Service, where such functionalities or Service are covered
    by the Agreement and offered to the consumer.
  129. If IDH revises these T&C, IDH will inform the Publisher about such revision of T&C by
    publishing relevant information in the APP and via e-mail. In such event, a Publisher
    shall have the right to terminate the Agreement within the period of 14 days following
    the date on which the Publisher have (or reasonably could have) acknowledged such
    notification of the changes made to these T&C by properly informing IDH about such
    termination e.g. by sending relevant message via contact form in the APP. If the
    Publisher continues to use the Service, (s)he will be deemed to have accepted the
    revised T&C.
    XVI. WITHDRAWAL, TERM AND TERMINATION OF THE AGREEMENT
  130. The Agreement enters into force following the registration of a User as a Publisher.
  131. To the extent that the Publisher is a consumer, and the Agreement is accepted by the
    User registering as a Publisher, this is a distance contract to which the provisions of
    the Consumer Rights Regulations shall apply.
  132. The Publisher shall have the right to withdraw from the Agreement (and hence the
    Service) within the period of 14 days from the date of receipt of the information on the
    positive verification (approval) of the Publisher referred to in point III.2 (2) above,
    without the obligation to state the reasons for such withdrawal or to incur any costs
    other than those provided for under the provisions of applicable laws.
  133. The Publisher shall be entitled to withdraw from the Agreement for the provision of
    the Service. A statement of withdrawal may, in particular, be submitted using the
    sample withdrawal form (WITHDRAWAL FORM). This, however, does not in any way
    limit the right of the consumer to make any other unambiguous statement informing of
    the decision to withdraw from the agreement.
  134. The right of withdrawal from the Agreement shall not apply where the performance of
    the Service has begun with the express consent of the Publisher prior to the lapse of
    the period for withdrawal from the Agreement and after IDH has notified the Publisher
    that the right of withdrawal is no longer available (as mentioned in point III.3(3)
    above).
  135. In case of the Service, the Publisher shall be free to decide whether to retain the right
    of withdrawal or whether to commence the provision of the Service. Once the
    decision to retain the right of withdrawal is adopted, the provision of the Service shall
    commence following the lapse of the period for withdrawal, i.e. within 14 days.
  136. The Publisher has the right to terminate the Agreement at any time by sending a
    relevant information via contact form available in the APP, provided that such
    termination shall be effective upon the end of all pending Campaigns in which the
    Publisher takes part. The Publisher who unsubscribed from the Service does not
    have to be accepted as a Publisher again (if IDH decides so- no justification of such
    decision is required).
  137. IDH reserves the right to terminate the Agreement and Publisher’s access to the
    Service immediately where:
    a. IDH considers that the Publisher does not satisfy the conditions for the
    Campaign, breaches the provisions of applicable laws and acts to the
    detriment of the Advertiser or IDH,
    b. the Publisher acts dishonestly by artificially generating an interest in his or
    her Social Media or APP profile,
    c. IDH receives credible information that the Publisher infringes the provisions
    of applicable laws of the country of his or her citizenship/residency or
    breaches the terms of use of Social Media,
    d. the Publisher deletes his or her Social Media account or whole or the part of
    its content, or the account is otherwise removed,
    e. The Publisher changes its Social Media account status from publicly available
    to private,
    f. relevant Social Media discontinues its activities or substantially changes the
    scope thereof
    g. the Publisher fails to join any Campaign for a period of 3 months as of APP
    account registration approval.
    IDH shall promptly notify the Publisher of the termination of the Agreement via email.
    The Agreement shall expire immediately following the termination thereof; from that moment
    onwards, the Publisher shall not be entitled to any Remuneration for participation in
    Campaigns.
  138. IDH reserves a the right to modify, update, change or discontinue the Service,
    thereby terminating this Agreement with 14 days’ notice. In the event of termination of the
    Agreement, to the Publisher is entitled to receive Remuneration due to him/her on the date of
    termination provided that the data provided by the Publisher is up-to-date, correct and
    complete.
    XVII. MISCELLANEOUS
  139. The Publisher may not assign his or her rights or obligations arising hereunder,
    whether in whole or in part, to any third parties without the prior consent of IDH
    expressed explicitly in writing otherwise being null and void.
  140. The conclusion of the Agreement does not give rise to an employment relationship or
    the establishment of a partnership and may not be treated as such. The relationship
    of the Publisher to IDH will be that of service-user and nothing in this Agreement shall
    render the Publisher an employee, worker, agent or partner of IDH and the Publisher
    shall not hold himself/herself out as such.
  141. Should any of the provisions or any part of the Agreement become invalid or
    unenforceable to any extent whatsoever, the Parties shall agree upon any necessary
    amendments to the Agreement which shall ensure that the interests and aims of the
    parties prevailing at the time of performance of the Agreement are given effect.
  142. The Agreement and the other IDH policies incorporated into this Agreement by
    reference sets forth the entire agreement between the Parties and supersede all
    other arrangements, agreements and/or memoranda (whether made in writing or
    orally) made between the parties, pertaining to the obligations and liability of IDH with
    regard to the provision or implied provision, non-performance or delays in the
    performance of any services rendered under the Agreement, unless explicitly
    stipulated otherwise therein.
  143. In the event of any disputes arising hereunder, the Parties shall make reasonable
    efforts towards reaching a resolution by way of mediation.
  144. The Vienna Convention on the international sale of goods shall not apply to the
    Agreement
  145. This Agreement is governed by the laws of Ireland and the parties submit to the
    non-exclusive jurisdiction of the courts of Ireland in relation to any dispute
    (contractual or non-contractual) concerning the Agreement or its terms. However,
    where the Publisher is a consumer and (s)he is a resident of an EU country other
    than Ireland, (s)he may also bring proceedings in that EU country in which (s)he is
    resident, provided that such right is stipulated by the binding provisions of law.
    Schedule 1
    Publisher’s Cancellation Form
    In this clause contract, means the contract for the Service by IDH for the Advertiser in the context of a
    particular Campaign approved by the Advertiser, and IDH. You have the right to cancel this contract
    within 14 days without giving any reason. The cancellation period will expire after 14 days from the
    day of the conclusion of the contract. To exercise the right to cancel, you must inform IDH and
    support@indahash.com of your decision to cancel this contract by a clear statement (e.g. a letter sent
    by post, fax or e-mail). You may use the attached model cancellation form, but it is not obligatory. To
    meet the cancellation deadline, it is sufficient for you to send your communication concerning your
    exercise of the right to cancel before the cancellation period has expired.
    EFFECTS OF CANCELLATION
    If you cancel this contract, we will reimburse to you all payments received from you. We will make the
    reimbursement without undue delay, and not later than 14 days after the day on which we are informed about
    your decision to cancel this contract. We will make the reimbursement using the same means of payment as
    you used for the initial transaction, unless you have expressly agreed otherwise; in any event, you will not
    incur any fees as a result of the reimbursement. If you requested to begin the performance of services during
    the cancellation period, you shall pay us an amount which is in proportion to what has been performed until
    you have communicated us your cancellation from this contract, in comparison with the full coverage of the
    contract. The contract may not be terminated by the Publisher if the performance of the Service has begun
    with the Publisher’s prior express consent and the Publisher acknowledges that (s)he will lose the right once
    the contract has been fully performed by IDH.
    Attachment 2:
    AGREEMENT ON
    ENTRUSTMENT OF PERSONAL DATA PROCESSING
    Unless explicitly agreed otherwise, this Agreement is deemed concluded not later than at the
    moment of filing by the Advertiser an IO (insertion order) for a Campaign to be executed based
    on indaHash service.
    by and between:
    “IDH”: IDH Media Limited a company incorporated under laws of Ireland, with its registered office at
    22 Northumberland Road, Ballsbridge, Dublin 4, D04 ED73, Ireland, entered into the Registrar of
    Companies under the company number 563441, VAT EU: IE 3376160DH (also referred to as the
    “Processor”);
    and
    “ADVERTISER”: you, a party contracting with IDH in scope of ordering and developing Campaigns to
    be executed based on indaHash service, being a direct client or advertising agency or any other entity
    entering into the business relationship in the abovementioned scope;
    hereinafter be referred to as a ‘Party’ or collectively as the ‘Parties’.
  146. DEFINITIONS
    For the purposes of this agreement, the Advertiser and the Processor agree that the terms listed
    below shall be given the following meaning:
    1) Personal Data – the data within the meaning of Article 4 subparagraph (1) of Regulation
    2016/679, i.e. any information relating to an identified or identifiable natural person;
    2) Processing of Personal Data – any operation or set of operations which is performed on
    Personal Data or on sets of Personal Data, whether or not by automated means, such as
    collection, recording, organisation, structuring, storage, adaptation or alteration, retrieval,
    consultation, use, disclosure by transmission, dissemination or otherwise making available,
    alignment or combination, restriction, erasure or destruction within the meaning of Article 4
    subparagraph (2) of Regulation 2016/679;
    3) Agreement – this agreement;
    4) Master Agreement – jointly, if applicable, indaHash T&C for Advertisers, a general
    cooperation (or other) agreement (if any), and an IO (insertion order) for indaHash Campaign
    submitted by the Advertiser, governing relationship between the Parties in scope of indaHash
    Campaigns in relation to which IDH processes Personal Data entrusted by the Advertiser.
    5) Regulation 2016/679 – Regulation (EU) 2016/679 of the European Parliament and of the
    Council of 27 April 2016 on the protection of natural persons with regard to the processing of
    personal data and on the free movement of such data, and repealing Directive 95/46/EC
    (General Data Protection Regulation) (OJ L 119, 4.5.2016, p. 1).
    6) Rules – all rules delivered to IDH in writing (otherwise being null and void) which the Advertiser
    undertook to comply with towards any third parties, including rules set out by controllers of Personal
    Data, which the Advertiser sub-entrusts to IDH.
  147. REPRESENTATIONS BY THE PARTIES
    The Parties represent as follows:
    1) The Parties represent that this Agreement has been concluded for the purpose of the
    discharge of the obligations referred to in Article 28 of Regulation 2016/679 in relation to the
    Master Agreement;
    2) The Agreement shall apply to all cases of entrusting of Personal Data processing by the
    Advertiser to IDH in relation to the Master Agreement, including all IOs (insertions orders)
    pending as at or delivered as of May 25, 2018;
    3) The Advertiser is either :
    a) a controller of Personal Data within the meaning of Article 4 subparagraph (7) of
    Regulation 2016/679 or
    b) a processor of Personal Data within the meaning of Article 4 subparagraph (8) of
    Regulation 2016/679.
    If the Advertiser is acting as a processor, the Advertiser shall ensure that:
    a) all the necessary authorisation to enter into this Agreement has been obtained from
    the controller,
    b) any instructions received by IDH from the Advertiser are fully consistent with
    controller’s instructions.
    4) IDH acts as the processor of Personal Data entrusted by the Advertiser within the meaning of
    Article 4 subparagraph (8) of Regulation 2016/679, which means that IDH is to process
    Personal Data on behalf of the Advertiser.
  148. SUBJECT-MATTER AND DURATION OF THE PROCESSING
    3.1. The Advertiser entrusts Personal Data to the Processor for processing, and the Processor
    undertakes to process the same in compliance with the law and provisions of this Agreement.
    3.2. This Agreement is made for the duration of the term of the Master Agreement and of the
    performance of all obligations arising hereunder.
  149. PURPOSE AND BASIC RULES OF THE PROCESSING
    4.1. The Processor may process Personal Data exclusively within the scope and for the purpose
    envisaged herein. The purpose of entrusting the processing of Personal Data is execution of
    Campaign covered by IO (insertion order) and other services that may be required based on
    the Master Agreement. The nature of the entrusted processing of Personal Data are the
    operations or sets of operations, including collecting, storage, granting access to, transfer of
    Personal Data.
    4.2. Data subjects of Personal Data processed based on this Agreement are actual and potential
    users of indaHash app that may be willing to participate or otherwise fulfill conditions set forth
    for expected participants of indaHash Campaigns ordered with IDH by the Advertiser. The
    type of Personal Data processed under this Agreement include above all name, surname,
    social media profile(s) nickname, address, e-mail and do not fall into the special categories of
    personal data referred to in Article 9 subparagraph (1) of Regulation 2016/679.
    4.3. The Processor shall process Personal Data only on documented instructions from the
    controller or from the Advertiser acting on behalf of the controller, provided that this Agreement
    constitutes a documented instruction to process Personal Data within the scope and for the purpose
    necessary to perform Master Agreement by IDH, while other documented instructions shall be
    deemed to be the instructions transmitted by electronic means to relevant contact person’s
    email @indahash.com, or in writing.
    4.4. When processing Personal Data, the Processor shall comply with the rules designated in this
    Agreement and in Regulation 2016/679.
  150. DETAILED RULES OF ENTRUSTING THE PROCESSING
    5.1. Prior to commencing the Processing of Personal Data, the Processor must take the measures
    securing Personal Data referred to in Article 32 of GDPR, and in particular:
    a) taking into account the state of the art, the costs of implementation and the nature,
    scope, context and purposes of processing as well as the risk of varying likelihood and
    severity for the breach of rights or freedoms of natural persons, the Processor shall
    implement technical and organisational measures that guarantee the protection of the
    processed Personal Data to ensure a level of security appropriate to the risk. The
    Processor shall appropriately document the implementation of these measures, and
    also keep those measures up to date in consultation with the Advertiser;
    b) ensure that any natural person acting under the authority of the Processor who has
    access to Personal Data does not process them otherwise than based on instructions
    from the Advertiser for the purposes and within the scope provided for in the
    Agreement;
    c) maintain a record of all categories of processing activities carried out on behalf of the
    Advertiser, as referred to in Article 30 subparagraph (2) of Regulation 2016/679.
    5.2. The Processor shall ensure that the individuals having access to the Processing of Personal
    Data keep secret Personal Data and methods of securing Personal Data, with the
    confidentiality obligation surviving the end of the performance of the Agreement and
    termination of the employment with the Processor. For that purpose, only persons who have
    signed an agreement to keep secret personal data and methods of securing personal data
    shall be allowed by the Processor to process the data.
  151. FURTHER OBLIGATIONS OF THE PROCESSOR
    6.1. Taking into account the nature of the processing and the information available to the
    Processor, IDH shall:
    a) assist the controller in fulfilling the obligations defined in Articles 32 to 36 of Regulation
    2016/679.
    b) assist the controller by appropriate technical and organisational measures, insofar as this
    is possible in fulfilling the obligations related to the data subject rights defined in Articles
    15 to 22 of Regulation 2016/679.
  152. SUBCONTRACTING THE PROCESSING
    7.1. The Advertiser who is a controller envisages the possibility of subcontracting the Processing
    of the entrusted Personal Data to the Processor’s subcontractors. The Advertiser hereby
    grants a general consent for such subcontracting in the scope necessary to or reasonably
    justified by execution of the Master Agreement, as well as in relation to technical and
    operational needs of IDH (e.g. hosting or server providers). IDH shall inform the Advertiser of
    any intended changes concerning the addition or replacement of other processors, providing
    the name and address of any intended subcontractors. Unless the Advertiser objects to the
    subcontracting within 7 days from receiving the notification, IDH shall be authorised to
    proceed.
    7.2. The Advertiser who acts as a processor on behalf of a controller hereby declares that the
    controller granted a general consent for such subcontracting in the scope necessary to or
    reasonably justified by execution of the Master Agreement. IDH shall inform the controller and
    the Advertiser of any intended changes concerning the addition or replacement of other
    processors, providing the name and address of any intended subcontractors. If the controller
    and the Advertiser do not object within 7 days from receiving the notification, IDH shall be
    authorised to proceed.
  153. COMPLETION OF ENTRUSTING THE PROCESSING
    8.1. At the choice of the controller or the Advertiser who is a processor, IDH deletes or returns all
    the personal data to the controller or to the Advertiser after the end of the provision of services
    relating to processing, and deletes existing copies thereof.
    If there are differences between the choices of the controller and the Advertiser, the choice of the
    controller is conclusive.
  154. FINAL PROVISIONS
    9.1. This Agreement is concluded not later than at the moment of filing by the Advertiser an IO
    (insertion order) for a Campaign.
    9.2. Disputes arising in relation to the performance of this Agreement shall be resolved by the
    relevant court in Warsaw.
    Attachment 3:
    Privacy Statement – how we protect your data
    General statement
    This Privacy Statement describes our collection, use, disclosure, retention and protection of your
    personal information. It applies to any indaHash site where this Privacy Statement appears in the
    footer, and to any indaHash application, service, or tool (collectively “Services”) where this Privacy
    Statement is referenced, regardless of how you access or use them, including through mobile
    devices.
    By using our Services, applications and/or registering for an account with us, you are accepting the
    terms of this Privacy Statement and you are consenting to or you acknowledges our collection, use,
    disclosure, retention and protection of your personal information as described in this Privacy
    Statement. If you do not provide the information we require, we may not be able to provide all of our
    Services to you.
    What does this privacy statement cover?
    This privacy statement is to inform you regarding the use of your personal information which is
    collected during your visit to one of our websites or registration to indaHash app.
    This privacy statement applies to the our websites and mobile applications.
    Who is the data controller?
    Co-controllers of your personal data (i.e. entities that jointly determine purposes and ways of
    processing data) are: IDH Media Limited in Dublin and IDH Media S.A. in Warsaw (hereunder referred
    to as “we”).
    We have appointed data protection officer, who is a person that can provide you with detailed
    information about your personal data processing.
    Contact us: dpo@indahash.com or indaHash, Solec 22, 00-410 Warsaw (Poland).
    Personal information
    “Personal information” is information that can be associated with a specific person and could be used
    to identify that specific person whether from that data or from that data and other information that we
    have or are likely to have access to.
    Any personal information which you volunteer to us will be treated with the highest standards of
    security and confidentiality.
    Collection and use of personal information
    We collect, process and retain personal information from you and any devices (including mobile
    devices) you may use when you: use our Services, register for an account with us, provide us
    information on a web form, update or add information to your account, or dispute resolution, or when
    you otherwise correspond with us regarding our Services.
    The personal information we collect includes the following:
    Personal information you give us when you use our Services or register for an account with us
    • Identifying information such as email, instagram.com account name when you register for an
    account with us,
    • Other content that you generate, or that is connected to your account,
    • Financial information (such as bank account numbers, your name, addresses, telephone
    numbers) in connection with a transaction,
    • You may also provide us other information through a web form, by updating or adding
    information to your account, dispute resolution, or when you otherwise correspond with us regarding
    our Services.
    Personal information we collect automatically when you use our Services or register for an
    account with us
    • We also collect information about your interaction with our Services, your communications
    with us. This is information we receive from the devices (including mobile devices) you use when you
    use our Services, register for an account with us, provide us information on a web form, update or add
    information to your account, participate in community discussions, chats, or dispute resolution, or
    when you otherwise correspond with us regarding our Services. This information comprises the
    following: name, surname, address, bank account, e-mail, social media account(s) data, nick
    • Computer and connection information such as statistics on your page views, traffic to and
    from the sites, referral URL, ad data, your IP address, your browsing history and your web log
    information
    Personal information we collect using cookies, web beacons, and similar technologies
    We use cookies, unique identifiers and similar technologies to collect information about the pages
    you view, all necessary information about cookies other technologies, purposes is available at Cookie
    Policy. (Attachment 4)
    Why are we processing your data?
    Above all, we are processing your personal data because it is necessary to execute the binding
    agreement between us. We are processing your data in order to enable you using services offered in
    scope of the indaHash app and in order to contact you in relation to the provided services.
    Should the legal regulations require us to do so – we will also process your data for tax and
    accounting purposes.
    Additionally, we are processing your data based on our legitimate interest which is the necessity to
    conduct analyses and statistics aimed at – on one hand – improvement of app functionalities and
    features and – on the other – ensuring security and efficiency of usage thereof.
    We will process your data to inform you about indaHash world news – we will do so based on our
    legitimate interest, being direct marketing.
    We can also process your data in order to conduct proceedings related to your complaints and other
    claims. Such processing is based on our legitimate interest being an ability to defend ourselves
    against claims or to enforce our claims.
    Our legitimate interest will also be the processing of your data in order to detect fraud and abuse and
    conduct activities of a preventive character and ensuring safety in the Service.
    Should the legal regulations require us to do so – we will also process your data for tax and
    accounting purposes.
    Data retention period
    We retain your personal information as long as it is in the line with applicable laws and necessary and
    relevant for our operations. In addition, we may retain personal information from closed accounts to
    comply with national laws, prevent fraud, collect any fees owed, resolve disputes, troubleshoot
    problems, assist with any investigation, enforce our Agreement and take other actions permitted or
    required by applicable national laws. After it is no longer necessary for us to retain your personal
    information, we dispose of it in a secure manner according to our data retention and deletion policies.
    If you discover that We hold inaccurate information about you, you can request the Us to correct that
    information. Such a request must be in writing or via e-mail.
    Your rights
    In relation to personal data processing, you can execute the following rights: access, rectify, restrict
    processing and erasure of your data. You can also obtain information on basic content of
    arrangements between us (co-controllers) related to fulfillment of our obligations resulting from
    personal data security regulations.
    Additionally, you have a right to object against processing of your personal data, if we are processing
    them:
    • for the purpose of direct marketing or
    • based on our legitimate interest and you – as a result of your extraordinary situation – do not
    agree for that anymore.
    You also have right to data portability. It means that you can obtain from us your data in a structured,
    commonly used and machine-readable format. You can send such data to another controller or
    demand that we do that for you. We will only send such data to another controller, provided that it is
    technically possible.
    In order to execute your rights mentioned above, please contact our data processing officer (you can
    find contact details above).
    If we ask you to grant your consent for personal data processing, you will always be entitled to
    withdraw such consent (and it will be as simple as granting such consent). Withdrawal of your consent
    shall not affect lawfulness of personal data processing based on the consent before such withdrawal.
    You also have right to file a claim to a supervising authority competent in scope of personal data
    protection.
    Disclosure
    We transfer your data to other entities, if it is necessary to provide the service or enable you to take
    part in the campaigns, required by binding provisions of law or justified by operational necessity (e.g.
    hosting provider). It means that we can transfer your personal data to:
    • our (co)workers and (co)workers of other companies from our capital group;
    • our clients,
    • courier company,
    banks and entities providing payment services,
    • our other subcontractors, provided that we entrust them execution of activities requiring
    transfer of your data (such entities will act solely based on the agreement we have concluded with
    them)
    • relevant authorities, if it is required by binding provisions of law.
    Transfer of data outside the European Economic Area (EEA)
    We transfer your data only for the purpose of execution of the campaign you want or could take part
    in. Your data can be transferred to an Advertiser outside the EEA only if you are taking part in a
    campaign outside this area. Since indaHash operates all over the world, it happens sometimes that
    providers of daily operation services (necessary for our operational and technological activities),
    including for instance servers, hosting, project management platform, software, bookkeeping
    platforms etc., are located outside the EEA and they also receive (or may receive) your data, if that is
    necessary
    All transfers outside the EEA are based on, so called, standard contractual clauses, approved by the
    European Commission, which ensure appropriate security standards in accordance with binding
    provisions of law.
    Complaints about data processed via the website.
    If you are concerned about how personal data are processed via this website, please do not hesitate
    to bring such concerns to the attention of the Company at the contact details below:
    dpo@indahash.com
    Collection and use of technical information
    We may automatically collect non-personal information about you such as the type of internet
    browsers you use or the website from which you linked to our website. You cannot be identified from
    this information and it is only used to assist us in providing an effective service on this web site.
    Security
    We protect your information using technical and administrative security measures to reduce the risks
    of loss, misuse, unauthorized access, disclosure and alteration. Some of the safeguards we use are
    firewalls and data encryption, physical access controls to our data centres and information access
    authorization controls. If you believe your account has been abused, please contact us.
    Changes to this policy
    From time to time we may make changes to this privacy statement. If we make any substantial
    changes to this privacy statement and the way in which we use your personal data we will post these
    changes on this page and will do our best to notify you of any significant changes. Please check our
    privacy statement on a regular basis.
    Attachment 4:
    Mobile Cookie policy
    Indahash Cookie Policy
    We use the term “cookies” to refer to cookies and other similar technologies covered by the EU
    Directive on privacy in electronic communications.
    Why we collect your data via cookie or other technology?
    By collecting your data, it allows us to understand what your needs and wants are, provide
    personalised content.
    Cookies and IP Addresses
    When you visit one of our websites, we may send you a cookie. A cookie is a small file which is
    placed on your computer or device.
    Essential and Functional Cookies
    These cookies are essential for the running of our websites. Without the use of these cookies parts of
    our websites would not function.
    Analytical Performance Cookies – google
    We use these types of cookies to monitor our websites performance and how their users may use it.
    These cookies provide us with information that helps us provide better products to their users and
    also to identify any areas that may need maintenance.
    The list of cookies:
    Cookie
    name
    Expiration time What it does?
    Indahas
    h
    idh 24 hours Used to keep user logged in in the application
    locale 1 year Stores selected language and is used again after user authorizes
    affiliate 1 year, until
    accessed again
    Keeps track of affiliate user id for currently logged in user, it is
    deleted just after it is accessed for read
    Google
    utma 2 years from set/update Used to distinguish users and sessions. The cookie is created when the javascript library executes and no existing _utma cookies exists. The cookie is updated every time data is sent to Google Analytics. __utmt 10 minutes Used to throttle request rate. __utmb 30 mins from set/update Used to determine new sessions/visits. The cookie is created when the javascript library executes and no existing __utmb cookies exists. The cookie is updated every time data is sent to Google Analytics. __utmc End of browser session Not used in ga.js. Set for interoperability with urchin.js. Historically, this cookie operated in conjunction with the __utmb cookie to determine whether the user was in a new session/visit. __utmz 6 months from set/update Stores the traffic source or campaign that explains how the user reached your site. The cookie is created when the javascript library executes and is updated every time data is sent to Google Analytics. __utmv 2 years from set/update Used to store visitor-level custom variable data. This cookie is created when a developer uses the _setCustomVar method with a visitor level custom variable. This cookie was also used for the deprecated _setVar method. The cookie is updated every time data is sent to Google Analytics. We may also track IP addresses. An IP Address is a number that can identify an Internet Service Provider and country location. It cannot provide personal information. How to control the use of cookies You are not obliged to accept cookies and may modify your browser so that it will not accept cookies. The browser you use to surf the web not only allows you to see the cookies that you have got but also allows you to control their use. You can control them by allowing them, deleting them individually or deleting all of them. You can also set your browser to not accept cookies altogether. If this option is selected, you should be aware that many websites will not function properly or at all. It may be possible to set your browser to not accept cookies and ask for your consent before each cookie is set on your device. This gives you control over what is set on your device, however has the drawback of slowing down your browsing experience. There are different levels of control too. You are able to prevent just third party cookies being deployed. In order to manage your cookies, please select your browser from the list below and follow the instructions: ● Internet Explorer ● Chrome ● Safari ● Firefox ● Opera Mobile devices: ● Android ● Safari ● Windows Phone ● Blackberry Useful information about Cookies Further information about cookies can be found on the all About Cookies allaboutcookies.org If you have any questions about the use of cookies on our websites, please email: support@indahash.com Web Beacons and URL tracking As part of our email communications and website analyses, we may use web beacons and track URL’s. Web beacons are electronic files that count users who access a website or page and can also allow us to see if a cookie has been activated. Tracked URLs will count the amount of clicks on a web page. You can’t decline web beacons, however by preventing cookies being used on your computer, you can prevent web beacons from tracking your activity. For information about managing your cookie options, please click here. Please be aware that if you disable cookies, many services on our websites will not be available to you, particularly those that contain personalised content as outlined in the section Personalised content. Device Identifiers Our Apps require access to the following services on your mobile device: UDID, MAC address, or other applicable device identifier. We send this information to our servers for the purpose of validating free trials. We do not share this information with any 3rd parties. More about your privacy To find out more about how We protect your privacy when using our website, see our PrivacyStatement. Changes to this policy From time to time we may make changes to this cookie policy. If we make any substantial changes to this cookie policy we will post these changes on this page and will do our best to notify you of any significant changes. Please check our cookie policy on a regular basis. _________ (place, date)
    ____________ (name),
    ____________ (surname)
    ____________ (social media login)
    Cancellation Form (template)
    I, hereby, withdraw from a contract with IDH Media Limited for to the non-paid
    service provided by IDH Media Limited, in regard to either or both:
    ⃞ use of the mobile application indaHash, within 14 days as of registration,
    _______________________________________________(within
    other scope – please name it),
    in accordance with IDH terms of service for Publishers, as published:
    https://indahash.com/page/terms_publishers.
    *The reason for cancellation is _____________________________
    _______________________________________________________.

(signature)
*Not obligatory
We process your personal data provided in the form in order to process submitted cancellation form and/or provide answers to
your questions. Co-controllers of your personal data are IDH MEDIA S.A. with its registered seat in Warsaw and IDH Media
Limited, with its registered seat in Dublin. You have right to object, right to access to your data, right to rectify your data, right to
delete or restrict data processing. Detailed information regarding processing of your personal data you will find Privacy Policy.