Presentations for Use by Teachers
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The presentations and accompanying notes (collectively referred as “the Presentations”) that are being made accessible to you on the kidsintheknow.ca/app/en/teacher_presentations site have been created by the Canadian Centre for Child Protection Inc. (“C3P”) to further its mandate of protecting children. The Presentations include original content and content owned by third parties. The Presentations are licensed upon the following terms and conditions:
- No Cost/License Only. The Presentations are owned by C3P, are licensed at no cost, and are licensed “as is”. The Presentations are not sold, given or loaned. No ownership rights are granted and this is not an agreement to assign any intellectual property or other rights.
- Permitted Use and Distribution. The Presentations are licensed to the school within Canada that employs the user, for the use of individuals employed by such school, and solely for the purpose of educating school-aged children about online safety. To facilitate the licensed use, electronic copies of each Presentation may be downloaded and then distributed to individuals employed by the school that employs the user.
- No Online Posting; No Sale. The Presentations must not be sold, offered for sale, made available online or made available through any content network that is accessible to the public.
- No Modifications Permitted. No part of any Presentation may be modified. Examples of prohibited actions include removing, adding, moving or editing content. If modifications are desired, contact C3P. Modifications are solely at the discretion of C3P, acting reasonably.
- Term. This license is effective upon clicking “I agree” and remains in effect until terminated by either party. Upon termination of the license, all Presentation copies must be permanently deleted.
- DISCLAIMER/LIABILITY EXCLUSION. The Presentations are provided “as is”. C3P disclaims all warranties and conditions, either express, implied or statutory, including, but not limited to: any implied warranties or conditions of merchantability; fitness for a particular purpose; title; non-infringement of third party rights; error free or uninterrupted access; accuracy; availability; reliability; security; privacy; currency or completeness. C3P shall not be liable for any direct, indirect, special, consequential, incidental, economic or punitive loss or damage, whether reasonably foreseeable or not, and whether based in tort, contract or any other theory of liability, arising directly or indirectly from this license, the Presentations or the use thereof. If the exclusion of liability is held to be unenforceable then C3P’s aggregate liability shall not exceed one hundred Canadian dollars ($100.00 CDN), regardless of how the loss or damage arose, the type or extent of loss or damage, and whether the loss or damage is based in tort, contract or any other theory of liability. It is agreed that this section is fundamental to this license, as C3P is a registered charity and it would not be economically possible to license the Presentations without the liability exclusion contained in this section.
- General Provisions. The license is binding upon the user and the entity that employs the user. This license may be updated and replaced by C3P from time to time upon notice. The governing law is Manitoba, and the parties irrevocably attorn to the exclusive jurisdiction of the Manitoba courts. By clicking “I agree” the user signifies his/her personal agreement, and the agreement of his/her employer, to accept the license terms electronically and have the electronic version having the same legal effect as an original written document. The user represents and warrants that s/he is authorized to accept these Terms and Conditions on behalf of his/her employer. The term “employer” means the entity that employs the user, and the user is the individual who clicked “I agree”. There is no commercial aspect to this license and no intent to create a partnership, joint venture, master-servant, principal-agent, or other relationship with the user or his/her employer.
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