Terms and conditions of use

These terms of service (from now on also the "Terms of Use" or "Terms of Use") are intended to regulate the license relationship "Software as a Service" "SaaS" between AccessiWay Srl (VAT number 12419990010), with headquarters in Turin (TO) Via Giuseppe Giacosa, 38, postcode 10125 (the "Company") and its customers, and in particular the use of AccessiWay Systems (as defined below) and Services.

AccessiWay markets and distributes "Saas" licenses with the special permission of AccessiBe Ltd, a company under Israeli law registered under no. 51-585530-2, owner of intellectual property rights to the software, AccessiWay Systems (as defined below) and owner of the Servers through which the software services are provided under the license "SaaS".

Customers who use or attempt to use the AccessiWay Systems or receive Services (as defined below) confirm that they have read this document and agree to these Terms of Use, including the terms of the Privacy Policy.

The Company reserves the right to unilaterally update and/or modify the following Terms of Use, including the Privacy Policy. Updates and changes to the Terms of Use will be effective immediately and notices thereof will appear on the website www.accessiway.com and app.accessiway.com (hereinafter "Website") and/or will be sent to the email addresses of Customers who have consented to receive emails from Company and have provided their contact information to Company.

Use of the AccessiWay Systems or receipt of the Services constitutes implied agreement to the Terms of Use as updated and/or amended by the Company from time to time and posted on the Website.

Customers are required to contact the Company on any matter relating to these Terms of Use by sending an email to privacy@accessiway.com.


Definitions and General Provisions

The titles of the individual articles and sections that follow are provided for convenience only and shall not or cannot be considered for the interpretation of these Terms of Use or their validity.

  1. Definitions. For the purposes of these Terms of Use, the following terms shall, unless expressly stated otherwise, be given the following meanings:
  1. "Services" or "AccessiWay System": the web accessibility services "powered by AccessiWay" comprise two components, one which is an interface that allows users to make design-related changes on the customer's website, and the second which is the artificial intelligence-based background process that addresses the more complex requirements of the standard: optimisation for compatibility with screen readers and for keyboard navigation of the website for which the Customer purchases a licence to use the AccessiWay Solution ("Customer's Website").

  2. "ACE system": acronym for "Accessibility Compliance Evaluation system", i.e. the software aimed at analytically assessing and reporting to the Client or potential Client the level of accessibility compliance of their website.

  3. ACE User" means the Customer or prospective Customer using the ACE system, via digital connection or otherwise.

  4. "Licence": a single "Saas" software licence issued by the Company for 1 Customer website, concerning the use of the Company's Services through the System, subject to and in accordance with these Terms of Use.

  5. "Licences" means as many "Saas" software licences issued by the Company to the Customer as there are national top-level domains (ccTLDs) included in the same domain (GTLD).

  6. "Customer": any person who purchases a License for the Services (i) for the purpose of personal use by the AccessiWay Systems; (ii) for a third party (person or entity) who will use the Accessiway Systems on behalf of Customer (if permitted by Company in writing); (iii) to enable Customer's customers to access and use the Accessiway Systems on the Website in order to receive the Services (if permitted by Company in writing); or (iv) an ACE User, if applicable.

  7. "Reseller": any entity authorized by the Company to resell the Services to a Customer, directly or indirectly, through a link partner, accountability partner, API, CSV or otherwise; the obligations of the "Company" under these Terms of Use may be fulfilled directly by Accessiway or its Reseller, if applicable, in accordance with the terms of the resale agreement between them.

  8. "User Account": a personal account created at the time of registration by the Customer, in respect of which the User is solely responsible for maintaining confidentiality.

  9. "Standard" means WCAG 2.1 level AA.

  10. "Website" means the AccessiWay website at https://www.accessiway.com and app.accessiway.com

  11. "Servers": means the servers necessary for the operation of the AccessyWay System and the Ace System, owned by AccessiBe Ltd, a company under Israeli law no. 51-585530-2.

  1. Using AccessiWay Services

  1. The Licence and the associated use of the AccessiWay Services may only be carried out by the Customer in accordance with the rules set out below. Use of the AccessiWay Services shall be made only as set forth in these Terms of Use, unless you obtain the Company's prior written consent to do otherwise.

  2. When using the AccessiWay Systems or receiving Services, it is not possible to impersonate another natural or legal person (company) other than the Customer.

  3. You may not: (i) copy, modify, create derivative works of the AccessiWay Systems or Services; or (ii) assemble, decompile, reverse engineer or otherwise attempt to influence or derive the source code of the AccessiWay System or Services (or the underlying ideas, algorithms, structure or organization).

  4. The Customer may not infringe or compromise, in any way, any intellectual property rights existing in the AccessiWay Systems, including, without limitation, copyright, patents, trademarks or any other rights belonging to the Company or third parties.

  5. You may not use the AccessiWay Systems and/or Services in any manner that is contrary to or inconsistent with these Terms of Use, nor (without derogating from the generality of the foregoing), in any manner that is unlawful, immoral or contrary to public policy.

  6. The ACE System may not be operated in a mode that could damage, disable, overload or impair the signalling services of the ACE System.

  7. The AccessiWay Systems and Services are provided "as is" and are intended to be used solely by the Customer for the Customer Website. For the avoidance of doubt, the Customer is not permitted to transfer and/or sell and/or assign its Licence in any way, in whole or in part, to a third party.

  1. Purchase of the Licence, payment of the price and duration

  1. By purchasing 1 (one) license only, Customer agrees and confirms that it has entered into a Software as a Service ("SaaS") license agreement, whereby it is purchasing a license for the AccessiWay Systems to incorporate the end-user interface (i.e. plug-in) of Customer's Website, with the AccessiWay Systems installed and operated by the Servers. Customer is not purchasing the AccessiWay Systems or any part thereof, including, without limitation, the code and/or support files and/or databases and/or any other software components that, in combination or separately, comprise the AccessiWay Systems.

  2. For the avoidance of doubt the Customer understands and agrees that once the script has been incorporated on the Customer Website, no further use of the script and/or the Licence may be made for any other domain name or any other website operated by the Customer other than the Customer Website.
    The Customer will be required to purchase a new dedicated Licence for any other website and/or any other country code top-level domain (ccTLD).

  3. AccessiWay systems are only compatible for use by Customers on the following operating systems and browsers: Chrome, Firefox, Safari, Microsoft Edge, Internet Explorer 11, Android 8, and iOS10. The functionality of the AccessiWay Systems requires that the Customer Website in which they are embedded is a website based solely on HTML files and tags and that the source code is written in accordance with the World Wide Web Consortium ("W3C") standard, with no errors or validation warnings in W3C troubleshooting inspections; Customer understands and agrees that Customer's changes to its website may affect the functionality of the Services. By way of example, AccessWay Systems does not support other components, such as Canvas, Flash and/or SVG.

  4. The Licence relates to the Customer's use only of the domains and sub-domains listed in this order form (the Customer's Website) and/or national top-level domain, and/or non-native language version (ccTLD and/or by way of example domain.com/en) indicated in the Customer's profile at app.accessiway.com, and is limited as set out in these Terms of Use and may not be sold and/or transferred and/or assigned for any reason whatsoever, except with the written consent of the Company.

  5. The Licence is purchased via the Website, using the means of payment available on the Website on the date of purchase, if applicable.

  6. Payment of the Licence price is made at the time of purchase. The Licence may be purchased on an annual basis and will automatically renew unless the Customer terminates the Licence with written notice to the Company which must be received by the Company at least 60 days prior to expiry. Alternatively, with the prior written approval of the Company, the Customer may purchase a Monthly Licence, which will be tacitly renewed from month to month unless the Customer terminates the Licence by sending written notice to be received by the Company no later than 7 days prior to expiry.

  7. The Company reserves the right to replace and/or change, from time to time, the means of payment available on the Website, as well as to update the price of the Licence: in the event of changes to the price of the Licence, the Customer will be notified accordingly and will have the right to withdraw from the Licence by sending written notice that must be received by the Company at least 7 days prior to the first renewal with the updated prices. If the Customer does not withdraw from the Licence, he/she will be deemed to have accepted the new Licence prices communicated by AccessiWay.

  8. The order may be canceled by the Customer within 14 days of sending the purchase order, subject to any cancellation charges or costs pursuant to applicable law. To cancel the order, the Customer must send an e-mail to support@accessiway.com, indicating his or her identification information (first and last name, name or company name, tax code and/or VAT number), the domain name for which cancellation is requested and a copy of the receipt for the order placed.

  9. The Customer may terminate the agreement at any time upon payment of all sums due to the Company for the entire Licence period granted.

  10. The Company reserves the right to transfer its rights and obligations under these Terms of Use to third parties, provided that the Customer's rights are not adversely affected.

  11. The Company reserves the right to terminate the order and/or the Licence at any time, without justification to the Customer, providing the Customer with 30 days notice where possible. In the event that the Company terminates the Licence, the Company will reimburse the Customer for part of the consideration spent on the Licence, depending on and in proportion to the remaining period of validity that the Licence would have originally had.

  1. Cookies

  1. Cookies" are text files transferred from a server to a device used by a Customer (computer, mobile phone, or similar). Cookies are not software and cannot read the information contained on computers/devices, nor can they perform any action independently. Cookies are used for quick identification so that Servers can quickly and efficiently identify Clients or save a Client's specific preferences.

  2. The Customer agrees to allow the Company to install Cookies, to identify information using Cookies and to use the information in the cookie files necessary for the provision of the Services provided through the Website at https:www.accessiway.com and app.accessiway.com. Some cookies used by AccessiWay Systems may come from third parties, including but not limited to Google Analytics and/or Facebook Pixel and/or YouTube.

  3. Cookies are used in all AccessiWay Systems, with the exception of the plug-in software purchased by the customer for which specific documentation has been produced and can be viewed at the following link www.accessiway.com/privacy-statement-accessiway-plugin, in order to enable the smooth and functional operation of all AccessiWay Systems and/or to collect various data (such as statistical data on the use of the AccessiWay Systems), to verify the information and for data security purposes. Disabling the option to save cookies in a browser may result in the AccessiWay Systems operating at less than their functional or optimal capacity.
    1. Website accessibility; Malfunctions; Problems

    1. The Company shall procure, without having contracted any obligation of result, that, within 48 hours of the date on which the AccessiWay Systems are incorporated into the Customer Website, the Customer Website shall become substantially accessible in accordance with the provisions of the Standard. However, it is possible that, for reasons arising from the Customer Website and/or changes and updates that may be made, from time to time, by the Customer and/or its representatives to the Customer Website and/or for other reasons beyond the control of the Company, the Customer Website may not become accessible within the aforementioned 48 hour period or at a later time.

    2. If the Customer notifies the Company of an error or mismatch from the provisions of the Standard, the Company will act to the best of its ability to instruct the Customer on how to repair such mismatch, as notified by the Customer and restore the accessibility of the Customer's Website in accordance with the Standard, within a reasonable time of receipt of such notice from the Customer. Any notice from the Customer of an error/violation/malfunction must be as clear and specific as possible and specifically state which component of the Customer Website is not accessible. For the avoidance of doubt, the Company undertakes to restore the correct accessibility of the Customer's Website within the technical capabilities of the AccessiWay System, as set out in the Article "Purchase of the license, payment of the price, duration" of these Terms of Use.

    3. The Company grants exclusively to Customers, and exclusively during normal business hours (Monday through Friday from 10:00 a.m. to 6:00 p.m.) and via live chat on the Site, technical support services such as, but not limited to, assistance in the operation of the AccessiWay Systems, solutions to malfunctions in the AccessiWay Systems, assistance in the use of the Customer's personal account, technical and operational issues related to payments and/or the purchase of Licenses or, in general, the conclusion of orders.

    4. The Customer undertakes to ensure that its users inform the Company without delay by email to support@accessiway.com and by live chat on the Site of any malfunction or problem encountered in the AccessiWay Systems; on receipt of such report, the Company undertakes to investigate the malfunction in a reasonably timely manner.

    5. The Company will do its best to resolve malfunctions in the AccessiWay Systems as quickly as possible. In the event that the technology necessary to resolve a problem does not exist, or if its implementation is not possible, the Company undertakes to document the problem in its records and to resolve it once it becomes technologically possible, in accordance with the Company's commitments to the Customer.

    6. The Company does not undertake to manage and/or resolve malfunctions or problems originating from the Customer Site. For the avoidance of doubt, under no circumstances will code changes be made to the Company's systems and/or platforms in order to adapt them to the specific requirements of a Customer Website.

    1. Limitation of liability; Customer liability

    1. For the purposes of this article, the term "Company" shall mean AccessiWay Srl and its principals, including in particular AccesiBe Ltd, a company incorporated under Israeli law.

    2. All limitations of liability of the Company set out below, as well as clauses limiting compensation or producing a legal effect equivalent to a limitation of liability of the Company, are valid and effective without prejudice to any mandatory legal provisions, such as in the case of intent or gross negligence, even if this is not expressly stated.

    3. The AccessiWay Systems are provided to the Customer in the state in which they are found and the Company - subject to the mandatory limits of the law as in the case of fraud or gross negligence - does not assume any liability for damages suffered by the Customer, any representatives of the same, users of the Customer's Website and any third party due to the use of the AccessiWay Systems and/or the Services and/or third party products or services that interface with the AccessiWay Systems. The Company makes no commitments, representations or warranties not specified in these Terms of Use, including, without limitation, commitments or representations as to the quality, reliability, accuracy, completeness, timeliness, or availability of information appearing on the AccessiWay Systems, the use of the AccessiWay Systems or their suitability for any particular purpose other than or in addition to those set out in these Terms of Use.

    4. The Company reserves the right to update the AccessiWay Systems at its discretion, which may result in a temporary interruption in the provision of the Services. The Company has no control over malfunctions that may occur, from time to time, in connection with the availability of the Services included in the AccessiWay Systems, nor over services provided by third parties.

    5. You understand that the Website, all communications with Company representatives, and use of the AccessiWay Systems do not constitute the provision of legal advice and may not be relied upon for any legal purpose. Use of any of the AccessiWay Systems or Services is not a substitute for legal advice.

    6. Without derogating from the generality of the foregoing: (a) ACE System's reports may not accurately reflect the accessibility characteristics of a website, and (b) any Claims Support Services provided (if any) are at the sole risk of the Client, who is subject in all respects to all limitation of liability provisions set forth herein.

    7. The customer understands that the installation or use of the AccessiWay Systems cannot guarantee that no third party claims or disputes will arise against the Customer with respect to the accessibility of the Customer's Website and that the incorporation of the AccessiWay Systems into the Customer's Website does not, in and of itself, satisfy all requirements of applicable law with respect to website accessibility (by way of example, it should be noted that AccessiWay does not proofread PDF files or create subtitles for videos). The list of requirements that the AccessiWay System does not guarantee is available at this link. The Company does not undertake or guarantee to make the Customer's Website 100% accessible at all times, including, where applicable, due to factors such as changes made by the Customer to the Customer's Website, problems originating from the Customer's Website and/or limitations arising from technological reasons. Except to the extent that such waiver constitutes a limitation of liability not permitted by mandatory statutory provisions, the Customer irrevocably waives any claim or action of any nature whatsoever (judicial and/or extrajudicial) against the Company, and accordingly, the Customer shall not assert any claim against the Company in this respect (including in relation to any Complaints Support Services, if provided).

    8. In order for the Company to be able to provide the Complaints Support Services, the Customer shall as a prerequisite, provide the Company with all information requested by the Company for this purpose. The Company will not use such information except for the purpose of providing the Complaints Support Services.

    9. The Customer understands that, as a security measure, in the event that the Customer requests the decryption of more than 10,000 images and/or links for a website within the same month, the AccessiWay System will block such excess decryption requests and the Company will contact the Customer requesting the Customer to decrypt all images/links on the Customer's own website. The Company shall use reasonable endeavors to instruct the Client on how to decrypt such images/links. In the event that the Customer is unable or unwilling to implement the Company's instructions, the Customer may notify the Company that it wishes to terminate its contract with the Company, in which case the Company will refund the Customer its share of the price paid for the license in respect of the Customer Website Services in proportion to the remaining term of the license.

    10. The Customer is aware that the Company does not treat URL parameters as pages, files, and/or images. The Customer is responsible for ensuring that all pages, files, and/or images on the Customer's Website are accessible via a standard URL. For the avoidance of doubt, prior to the processing of any page, file, and/or image, the AccessiWay System omits all URL parameters so that pages, files, and/or images that will only be available via URL parameters are not processed through the AccessiWay System.

    11. The Customer is aware that the installation of the AccessiWay System must be carried out directly within the HTML Body tag of the Customer's Website and that the installation code must appear in the "View Source Code" function of the browser. Installation of the AccessiWay System can be performed by: (i) the use of a plug-in, (ii) the direct use of the installation code, (iii) the use of a third party script manager, or (iv) the use of any other means, provided that such means meets the above requirements. The customer understands that installing the AccessiWay System in ways other than those described herein may cause certain parts of the AccessiWay System to malfunction.

    12. The Customer is aware that Geo-Blocking may prevent the proper functioning of the Services and/or the AccessiWay Systems. Geo-Blocking" means: (i) a Customer's Website not being reachable from certain geographic locations; or (ii) a Customer's Website redirecting to a different website based on the location of the user accessing it.

    13. It is the Customer's responsibility to check, before using the AccessiWay Systems, that the AccessiWay Systems are compatible with its requirements and that the Customer Website is properly maintained, including the integrity of its content management system, the absence of JavaScript errors and other malfunctions that may be caused by the programming language. After the Customer has activated the AccessiWay Systems on the Customer Website, it is the Customer's responsibility to test and verify the functionality of the AccessiWay Systems on the Customer Website to ensure that none of the above problems or other issues prevent the AccessiWay Systems from functioning. The Customer shall not be able to assert against the Company any incompatibility of the AccessiWay Systems with its specific requirements, unrelated to or in addition to those set out in these Terms of Service.

    14. It is the sole responsibility of the Customer to verify, prior to the use of the AccessiWay Systems, the integrity of the connectivity of the Customer's Website and the server on which it is stored to the Internet network and the Customer's infrastructure (telephone, computer, etc.). The Company assumes no liability for any damage suffered by the Customer as a result of the aforementioned matters, for which the Customer is solely responsible.

    15. Notwithstanding the foregoing, and without prejudice to mandatory provisions of the law such as in the event of wilful misconduct or gross negligence, the Customer agrees that, in any event, and in relation to any of the AccessiWay Systems or Services, the Company's liability to the Customer shall be limited to a sum not exceeding the total payments made by the Customer to the Company in relation to the Customer Website in the six (6) months preceding a claim suffered or alleged breach.

    16. The Company is in no way responsible for the content of the documents and/or graphic files and/or other data on the Customer's Website (including material and/or documents covered by copyright, patents, trademarks, texts, images, PPT, EXCEL, WORD, PDF, audio, video, VIMEO or YouTube files or those of any other video provider, and any other file of any kind) for which the Customer remains solely responsible and for which he declares that he is in possession of the relevant rights. The Customer undertakes to indemnify and hold the Company harmless for any damage, loss or charge whatsoever that may arise from the Customer's Website, its content and, in general, the activities of the Customer and its users.

    17. The Company is not liable for any losses and/or expenses and/or damages incurred by the Customer and/or third parties as a result of making the Customer's Website accessible, and the full and exclusive responsibility in this regard remains with the Customer. Likewise, the Company is not responsible for the reorganization of the Customer's Website after the AccessiWay systems have been incorporated. The Company assumes no responsibility for any damage, inconvenience or loss whatsoever suffered by the Customer, directly or indirectly, as a result of the use of the AccessiWay Systems and their incorporation into the Customer Website.

    18. The Customer shall be solely responsible for the content appearing on the Customer Website and for its compliance with applicable regulations, including those relating to the accessibility of the website. Without derogation, the Customer acknowledges that the verification of the Customer's Website's compliance with the applicable regulations requires and requires the advice of a specialized lawyer; a service that is outside the scope of the Technical Services offered by the Company.

    19. The Services rendered under these Terms of Use do not include, and the Client expressly exempts the Company in this respect, (i) examination of the content of the Client's Website and adaptation of the same to the applicable law and/or (ii) examination of the requirements for the Client's Website in connection with or related to the applicable legal provisions for accessibility. It is emphasised that these examinations/checks are the sole responsibility of the Client and will be carried out by the Client or legal counsel on its behalf, at the Client's expense.

    20. Notwithstanding the above disclaimer and limitation of liability, in no event shall the Company be liable for and the Customer releases the Company from any liability and/or obligation and/or claim to arise prior to the completion of the process of rendering accessibility on the Customer's Website through the use of the AccessiWay Systems.

    21. In addition, and without derogating from the foregoing, the Customer shall indemnify the Company against any sums that the Company incurs and/or is required to incur as a result of the Customer's liability, such as legal fees, commissions, and other costs, to the extent applicable, within 30 days of receipt of the Company's first written demand.

    22. The Customer agrees to incorporate the AccessiWay System into a staging or test website before installing the system on the Customer's Website and, only after verifying that there is no malfunction or damage caused to such website, to incorporate the AccessiWay Systems into the Customer's Website accessible to users.

    23. AccessiWay systems, which are based on software, hardware, and communication networks, are exposed to the inherent risks of such systems, including the risk of malicious software (viruses, Trojan horses, etc.), wiretapping, hacking, imitation and other systems and online fraud. The Company invests its efforts in defending against and preventing these types of risks. However, it is not possible, and the Customer hereby declares that it is aware of this, to guarantee and provide complete protection, and therefore there may be damages and/or losses incurred in the event that such risks are realized, including the disclosure and/or damage to the information provided and/or processed by the AccessiWay Systems; corruption of instructions/requests; unauthorized actions on the account; interruptions in the operation of the AccessiWay Systems and/or their response time, including interruptions, partial operation and/or delayed execution of instructions/requests; unavailability of the AccessiWay Systems or Services, etc.; and, in the event that the AccessiWay Systems or Services are not available., as a result of such unlawful interference by third parties.

    24. No conversation or correspondence with any employee or representative of the Company and/or other information provided by the Company shall be considered legal advice and the Client shall not claim otherwise.

    1. Intellectual Property

    1. Intellectual property rights, including copyrights and trademarks (if any) in the AccessiWay Systems or Services or any other content included in the AccessiWay Systems or Services ("Company IP"), belong exclusively to the Company, or to the third party that has provided its consent/authorization to the Company to use them. The Customer, therefore, has no right to copy, distribute, publicly display, publicly perform, communicate to the public, modify, process, create derivatives, sell or lease any part of them, alone or in cooperation with third parties, by any means or using any electronic, mechanical or optical means, using photographic or recording means, or by any other means, without the prior written consent of the Company and/or the other rights holders. This provision also applies in relation to any processing, modification or translation performed by the Company on the content provided or made available by the Customer to the AccessiWay Systems. For the avoidance of doubt and without derogating from the foregoing, the databases, software, codes, systems and applications, graphic files, multimedia and audio files, written and other materials, including drawings and graphics, connected in various ways to the industrial property rights and copyright of the Company, belong to the Company itself which holds the exclusive rights and/or its assignees.

    2. The Customer does not and shall not have the right to use the AccessiWay Systems or any part thereof in such a way as to violate the provisions of these Terms of Use, or which may infringe the rights of the Company and/or the rights of any third party, using any means, digital or otherwise, without the prior written consent of the Company.

    3. If and to the extent that consent is granted for the use of the Company's IP, the Customer must refrain from removing, deleting or obscuring any notice or symbol relating to the Company's IP rights, such as copyright (©) or trademark (®) symbols accompanying the content used by the Customer.

    4. The trademarks and advertisements of advertisers in the AccessiWay Systems are the exclusive property of those advertisers. Without derogating from the above prohibitions, no use may be made of them either, without prior written consent.

    5. The "AccessiWay" sign and any trademarks and/or other distinctive signs or symbols are the property of the Company. The purchase of a Licence does not give the Customer the right to use any of the Company's trademarks and/or signs for any purpose not expressly stated in these Terms of Use.

    6. At the time of purchasing a Licence, the Customer agrees that the Company may publicize and disclose - both for information and promotional purposes - the fact that the Company has provided and/or is providing the Services to the Customer and that the AccessiWay System is incorporated into the Customer's Website. The Customer also acknowledges the right of the Company to use, without territorial limitation (and therefore worldwide) for marketing and advertising purposes of the Company, the name or company name and distinctive signs (including logos and domain name) of the Customer as it is or has been part of its customer portfolio.

    7. The provisions of this Intellectual Property Clause shall apply notwithstanding the termination of the provision of the Services at the end of the Licence Period, for whatever reason.

    8. The provisions of this section do not derogate from the provisions of any law or from the rights conferred on the Company by law.

    1. Termination of Services

    The Company may, in its sole discretion and without prior notice, restrict or terminate a Customer's access to the AccessiWay Systems and Services and refuse to provide such access to the Customer, in any of the following instances (subject to damages, if any, and any further remedy, action or course of action granted to the Company by law):

    1. if a Customer violates these Terms of Use;

    2. if the Company is unable to verify and/or validate the information provided by a Customer or if the Company reasonably believes that the information provided by a Customer is incorrect or inaccurate, in either case after the Company has made reasonable efforts to communicate with a Customer without success;

    3. if the Company reasonably believes that the Customer's use of the AccessiWay Systems and/or the Services may result in financial damage and/or fraud of any kind and/or raises concerns about such use;

    4. if the Company reasonably believes that the Customer's use of the AccessiWay Systems and/or Services is overloading its systems due to technical problems with the Customer's Website, or the Company's systems or any other technical reason;

    5. If the Company reasonably believes that the actions of a Customer may cause economic damage and/or give rise to liability of any kind on the part of the Company to third parties.

    1. Applicable law and exclusive jurisdiction

    These Terms of Use are subject exclusively to Italian law.

    The Court of Turin shall have exclusive jurisdiction, waiving the jurisdiction of any other court, over any dispute arising out of the license, the interpretation, and evaluation of these Terms of Use and the license itself.

    Last modified: 01/02/2022
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