Address Complete

The following Additional Terms, where relevant, will apply to the Address Complete General Terms and Conditions.

For the purpose of these Additional Terms, “End User” shall mean a customer who purchases Address Complete directly from Canada Post. Except where expressly prohibited within these Additional Terms, End User shall also mean any channel partner or reseller that is authorized by Canada Post to provide Address Complete to a third party and any third party who purchases Address Complete from an authorized channel partner or reseller, receives data or otherwise benefits from Address Complete.

CANADA POST DATA | ID NUMBER 200333 & 200392

Updated 24/08/2018

  • GBG hosts the Supplier Data
  • No Sub-processors used

The Supplier Data that GBG uses to provide Canada Post Data is supplied by GBG’s Data Supplier, Canada Post Corporation (“Canada Post”). Canada Post is obliged under the terms of its agreement with GBG to ensure that all End Users agree to comply with the provisions set out below, which apply to all validation, search and enhancement processes made by an End User against the Canada Post Data as part of its use of the Service.

1. DEFINITIONS

1.1 In these Additional Terms, the following definitions shall apply, in addition to the definitions set out in the End User Agreement: “Canada Post Data” means the data provided by Canada Post to GBG incorporated as part of the Service.

2. USE OF THE CANADA POST DATA

2.1 The End User acknowledges that it may only use the Canada Post Data as part of the Service provided to it by GBG in accordance with these Additional Terms.

2.2 The End User may only use the Canada Post Data for its own internal use and may not act as a channel partner or reseller of the Service. In particular, the End User shall not:

(a) permit any other party to use the Canada Post Data;

(b) sell, let for hire or by way of trade expose or offer for sale or hire, any copies of the Canada Post Data;

(c) create any encumbrances, liens or charges against the Canada Post Data;

(d) grant any interest in the Canada Post Data to any other party;

(e) update its own data with any data copied, directly or indirectly, from the Canada Post Data except as expressly permitted under the General Terms; or (f) permit any use of the Canada Post Data within an open data portal or website, or under any open data initiative whereby datasets are freely and openly available for unrestricted use.

2.3 The Canada Post Data must at all times be treated as confidential.

2.4 Upon becoming aware of any unauthorised access to, copying, modification, use, disclosure, theft, loss of, or inability to account for, any copy of the Canada Post Data, the End User shall immediately take such steps as may be reasonably necessary, or reasonably requested by Canada Post and/or GBG, to minimise the impact of the disclosure of loss and any damage resulting therefrom.

2.5 The End User acknowledges that Canada Post Data will be seeded with control addresses to monitor an End User’s compliance with these terms.

3. EXCLUSION OF WARRANTY/IES

3.1 The End User acknowledges Canada Post Data is licensed “as is” without any warranty of any kind and its nature and that the Canada Post Data may be updated by Canada Post from time to time.

4. INTELLECTUAL PROPERTY RIGHTS

4.1 Canada Post retains title and ownership of the Canada Post Data. No Intellectual Property rights (including without limitation copyright) are transferred other than the licence to use the Canada Post Data as expressly granted by these terms and the General Terms and Conditions.

4.2 Title to all full and partial copies of the Canada Post Data shall, upon creation, vest in Canada Post and for so long as the End User’s data or Client Information includes Canada Post Data, the End User’s Data or Client Information shall be deemed to be subject to Canada Post’s copyright.

5. DATA PROTECTION AND COMPLIANCE WITH LAWS

5.1 GBG does not use Sub-processors to provide this element of the Service as the Canada Post Data is hosted by GBG.

6. TERMINATION

6.1 Upon termination of its Agreement with Canada Post (or termination of the use of this Dataset as may be the case), the End User agrees to destroy all copies of Canada Post Data in its possession, including any back-up copy and deliver a certification signed by one of its senior officers outlining the steps it took to comply with this obligation.

7. GOVERNING LAW AND JURISDICTION

7.1 In relation to any matter concerning the Canada Post Data and these Additional Terms, these Additional Terms shall be exclusively governed by the laws of the Province of Ontario and the federal laws of Canada and the End User agrees to submit to the exclusive jurisdiction of the courts of the Province of Ontario, Canada.

EIRCODE – ECAD & ECAF | ID NUMBER 100123, 100124 & 100127

Updated 24/08/2018

  • GBG hosts the Supplier Data
  • No Sub-processors used

The Supplier Data that GBG uses to provide Eircode ECAD & ECAF Data is supplied by GBG’s Data Supplier. GBG is obliged under the terms of its agreement with its Data Supplier to ensure that all End Users agree to comply with the provisions set out below. These terms apply to all Eircode ECAD & ECAF checks. Individual Eircode ECAD & ECAF checks are identified by an ID Number on the End User’s Order Form.

1. DEFINITIONS

1.1. In these Additional Terms, the following definitions shall apply, in addition to the definitions set out in the General Terms: “End User Agreement” means Eircode’s standard terms and conditions.

2. USE OF THE SUPPLIER DATA

2.1 Before access to the Supplier Data can be provided, Eircode requires that all End Users sign and return a physical copy of the End User Agreement.

2.2 If the End User requires access to this data please contact GBG’s customer services team who will provide a copy of the End User Agreement.

3. DATA PROTECTION AND COMPLIANCE WITH RELEVANT LAWS

3.1 GBG does not use Sub-processors to provide this element of the Service as the Supplier Data is hosted by GBG.

GLOBAL USA | ID NUMBER 101576

Updated 24/08/2018

  • GBG hosts the Supplier Data
  • No Sub-processors used

The Supplier Data that GBG uses to provide Global USA is supplied by the United States Postal Service. GBG holds a non-exclusive licence of the United States Postal Service to publish and sell the Supplier Data as part of GBG’s products and services. GBG is obliged under the terms of its agreement with the United States Postal Service to ensure that all End Users agree to comply with the following provisions:

1. USE OF THE SERVICE

1.1. The End User may only use the Supplier Data for its own internal business use.

1.2. The End User must not transfer, assign, rent, lease, sell or otherwise dispose of the Supplier Data on a temporary or permanent basis.

1.3. Unauthorised copying of the Supplier Data is expressly forbidden.

1.4. The licence to use the Supplier Data will terminate immediately in the event of a breach of any of these Additional Terms by the End User.

2. LIABILITY

2.1. Notwithstanding the liability of the End User to GBG as set out in the General Terms, GBG and the Data Supplier’s entire liability in respect of the United States Postal Service Data and the End User’s exclusive remedies, at the Data Supplier’s option, are either to (a) return the fees paid specifically for the Supplier Data under the Agreement or (b) replacement of the Supplier Data.

2.2. If the failure of the Supplier Data has resulted from accident, abuse or misapplication by the End User, GBG and the Data Supplier shall have no responsibility replace the Supplier Data or refund the fees paid.

3. EXCLUSION OF WARRANTIES

3.1. The End User acknowledges and agrees the use of the Supplier Data is strictly at the End User’s own risk and that the Supplier Data is provided “as is” / “as available” and with all faults and is provided without any warranties, representations, covenants, promises or guarantees as to the use or the results of the use of the Supplier Data or written materials in terms of correctness, currentness, accuracy, functionality, performance, reliability, fitness or other qualities for any purpose.

3.2. Any conditions, terms or warranties as to the same implied or imposed by statue or common law are hereby excluded to the fullest extent permitted by law.

4. DATA PROTECTION AND COMPLIANCE WITH RELEVANT LAWS

4.1. GBG does not use Sub-processors to provide you with this element of the Service as the Supplier Data is hosted locally by GBG.

5. GENERAL

5.1. The pricing and advertising of the Service by GBG is not established, controlled or approved by the United States Postal Service.

GLOBAL ADDRESS (T) | ID NUMBER 200336

Updated 24/08/2018

  • GBG hosts the Supplier Data
  • No Sub-processors are used

The Supplier Data that GBG uses to provide the Supplier Data is supplied by GBG’s Data Supplier. GBG is obliged under the terms of its agreement with its Data Supplier to ensure that all End Users agree to comply with the following provisions:

1. DEFINITIONS

1.1. In these Additional Terms, the following definitions shall apply, in addition to the definitions set out in the General Terms: “Authorized Applications” means GBG’s products and services which incorporate the Supplier Data, specifically Online Postcoding, Addressing and Store Finder Application. Postcoding, Addressing and Store Finder Application is a web-based information system designed to provide Licensee Value Added Resellers’ End Users with the following hosted online services:

(a) Address search (being validation and/or completion of an address requested by an End User of the Licensee Value Added reseller);

(b) Postcode provision and/or completion;

(c) Store-finder (being provision of store address as requested by an End User).

Allowed functionalities: Display, Permanent Geocode (-ing), Temporary Geocode (-ing), Reverse Geocode (-ing), Routing, Route Optimization. Prohibited functionalities: Navigation, Tracking, and asset management.

“Competitor” means any person or entity engaged in the business of developing, marketing or supporting products the same or similar to the Supplier Data including without limitation, Google, HERE, Mapbox, Open Street Maps, Inrix, BMW, Daimier, Volkwagen, Audi and any Affiliates, successors and assigns of the foregoing.

“Copyright License” means a license that requires, as a condition of use, modification and/or distribution of software or materials, that such software or materials, or other software or materials incorporated into, or derived from, used, or distributed with such software or materials:

i. In the case of software, be made available or distributed in a form other than binary (e.g., source code form),

ii. Be licensed for the purpose of preparing derivative works;

iii. Be licensed under terms that require the licensor to allow other materials or interfaces therefor to be reverse engineered, reverse assembled, or disassembled, or

iv. Be redistributable at no license fee.

“Distributor” means a third party which distributes the Authorized Applications for GBG. A Distributor shall not be a Competitor.

“Intellectual Property Rights” means all inventions, patents, utility models, designs (both registered and unregistered and including rights relating to semi- conductor topographies), database rights, copyright and trade marks (both registered and unregistered), together all rights to the grant of and applications for the same and including all similar or analogous rights and all other rights in the nature of intellectual and industrial property throughout the world and all future rights of such nature.

“Licensee” means GBG plc.

“Licensee Value Added Reseller” means a third party which uses the Authorized Applications for incorporation into other applications or solutions, which will be provided to Distributors and/or End Users. A Licensee Value Added Reseller cannot be a Competitor.

“Map Data” means the Data Supplier’s geographical map database or part thereof.

“Navigation” means the ability to follow a calculated Route based on the real-time geographic location of an asset, including the ability to re-Route when the asset deviates from the calculated Route.

“Online Search APIs” means a licensed product provided by the Data Supplier to the Licensee which enables the following transaction types: search, POI search, category search, route search, geometry search, nearby search, low bandwidth search, temporary geocode, permanent geocode, structured geocode, reverse geocode, cross street lookup, geometry filter, routed filter, batch search.

“Open Source License” means any license terms which conform with the definition published by the Open Source Initiative from time to time as set out under the following link: https://opensource.org/osd and which without limitation, include (a) GNU’s General Public License (GPL) or Lesser///Library GPL (LGPL); (b) the Artistic License (e.g., PERL); (c) the Mozilla Public License; (d) the Creative Commons Attribution ShareAlike license (CCL); (e) the Open Database License (ODbl); and (f) the Apache License or anything similar.

“Prohibited Parties” means any of the following: Addison Lee, Allocab, Amazon (excluding consumer products or enterprise services not related to a delivery or Fleet Management Solution e.g. Kindle, Fire Amazon Web Services), Cabify, Careem, Chauffeur Prive, Club Chauffeur, Didi-Dache, Djump, Drive, easy Taxi, Ecocab, Flywheel, getTaxi, Google, Go Taxi, GrabTaxi, GreenTomatoCars, Hailo, Network Limited, Heetch, Kabbee, Kualdi-Dache, LeCab, Lyft, MiniCabster, Meru Cabs, MyTaxi, Olacbs, OneTaxi, Quadi, ridelabs, LLC (Summon), Sidecar, Snapcar, Taxibeat, TaxiForSure, Yaxi Taxi, Yidao, Yongche and #Taxi. The foregoing shall not apply to the extent that the Online Maps or Online Search APIs or the Android and IOS SDKs are integrated into the Authorized Application in a manner that prohibits any modification or customization of the same by a third party.

“SDKs” means the software development kits licensed to the Licensee by the Data Supplier.

“Tracking” means determining the location and/or status of a mobile asset. Tracking can, for example, be used to monitor the location and condition of shipping containers and valuable equipment or objects.

2. USE OF THE SERVICE

2.1 The following special provisions shall apply to the use of the Supplier Data:

(a) Where Map Data is used, the End User shall not:

a.1. Submit or make available Map Data or parts thereof to any online service where the applicable terms and conditions of such service would grant use rights to the owner, provider or any other third party user of such service. For the avoidance of doubt, nothing in this paragraph shall restrict the End User from making Map Data or parts thereof available to End Users, Distributors and/or subcontractors as part of the Authorized Applications.

a.2. make any additions, modifications, adaptions, or other alterations that in any manner materially reduce, impair, or otherwise negatively impact upon the accuracy, completeness, integrity or safety of the Map Data.

a.3. remove, obscure, mask or change any logo and/or copyright notice placed on or in the Map Data by the Data Supplier.

(b) The End User shall comply with the Additional Map Data Provisions as specified under  . The Additional Map Data Provisions set out under such web link shall be updated quarterly by TomTom and it shall be the End Users responsibility to check, review and comply with any updated terms that apply to the Map Data licensed under this Agreement.

(c) The End User must not under any circumstances use Supplier Data for the purpose of Navigation, Tracking and asset management.

(d) The Supplier Data or any derivatives therefore shall not be used for the purpose of enforcement of traffic laws including but not limited to the selection of potential locations for the installation of speed cameras, speed traps or other speed tracking devices.

(e) The Supplier Data shall not be used for in-flight or drone navigation or in connection with any high risk systems, devices, products or services that are critical to the health and safety or security of people and property.

2.2 Any enhanced or adapted Authorized Application by a Licensee Value Added reseller shall confirm to the definition of the Authorized Application.

2.3 The End User shall not use the content or data contained within the Supplier Data in combination with any other database of Competitors or other third parties except that the End User may layer onto the same associate features or attributes of a type not already included within the Supplier Data and which the Data Supplier does not otherwise license.

2.4 The End User acknowledges that the Supplier Data includes data which the Data Supplier licenses from third parties which include restrictions and requirements which Data Supplier is required to impose upon GBG and which GBG is required to impose upon the End User. All applicable restrictions are set out at  . The terms of this webpage form a legally binding part of this Agreement. Such web link shall be updated quarterly by the Data Supplier and it shall be the End User’s responsibility to check, review and comply with any updated or amended terms that would apply to the Supplier Data.

3. END USER OBLIGATIONS

3.1 The End User shall keep and preserve at its principal place of business during the Term of the Agreement and for at least 3 years following the expiry of the Agreement, complete and accurate records and accounts covering all transactions relating to this Agreement, including but not limited to invoices, correspondence and all other pertinent records.

3.2 The Data Supplier shall be permitted, upon written request, to inspect such records for the purposes of ascertaining the accuracy and correctness of such statements.

3.3 Without prejudice to the above, the Data Supplier shall be at liberty, upon giving 30 days’ prior written notice, to have an independent third party, appointed by the Data Supplier, to examine said records and accounts at any times during the Term and for 3 years thereafter, during normal business hours.

3.4 The End User will use adequate organizational, technological and security measures, including but not limited to any measures used and/or reasonably recommended by the Data Supplier, to prevent piracy and unauthorized use of or access to the Supplier Data.

3.5 The End User shall prevent counterfeit and other unauthorized use of the Supplier Data and shall inform the Data Supplier as soon as reasonably possible of any counterfeit of the Supplier Data of which it becomes aware.

3.6 The End User acknowledges that the Licensee is not permitted to provide an Authorized Application which utilizes the Online Maps or Online Search APIs or the Android and IOS SDKs to Prohibited Parties.

4. LIABILITY

4.1 Notwithstanding the provisions relating to liability in the General Terms, under the terms of its agreement with the Data Supplier, the Data Supplier requires an ability to be a direct and intended third party beneficiary of the Agreement between GBG and the End User’s use of the Supplier Data.

4.2 The Data Supplier shall not in any way be liable for any use, manufacturing, production, sales distribution, advertising and promotion by the End User of the Supplier Data to the extent that the issues are not caused by the Supplier Data and any materials provided by the Data Supplier.

5. WARRANTIES

5.1 The End User warrants that it will not:

(a) combine the Supplier Data with any open source software or other data in any manner which may result in the Supplier Data becoming subject to the terms of an Open Source License;

(b) without prejudice to the above, undertake or permit any action which would result in in the Supplier Data becoming subject to the terms of a Copyright License.

5.2 The End User acknowledges and agrees that the data is provided “as is”, and with all faults basis and the Data Supplier expressly disclaims all other warranties including but not limited to warranties of non-infringement, merchantability, satisfactory quality data accuracy or fitness for any purpose. No oral or written advice or information provided by the Data Supplier or any of its agents, employees or third party providers (including GBG) shall create a warranty and the End User is not entitled to rely on any such advice or information.

6. INTELLECTUAL PROPERTY RIGHTS

6.1 All intellectual Property Rights in the Supplier Data shall belong to the data Supplier and its licensors.

6.2 Without limiting the foregoing, the End User acknowledges that the Supplier Data is the result of substantial investments and protected by database rights as meant in the European Union Database Directive 96/9/EC and the End User acknowledges that the Supplier Data may be protected by similar rights in other jurisdictions outside of the European Union and that, without limiting the foregoing, the Data Supplier shall have the right to enforce such rights as contractual rights arising under its agreement with GBG.

6.3 At the Data Supplier’s expense, the End User agrees to assist the Data Supplier with protecting the Intellectual Property Rights. The Data Supplier may commence or prosecute any claims or suits in their own name or join the End User as a party thereto at the Data Supplier’s expense. The End User shall not institute any suit or take any actions on account of any infringements or limitations without first obtaining written consent from the Data Supplier.

7. DATA PROTECTION AND COMPLIANCE WITH RELEVANT LAWS

7.1 GBG does not use Sub-processors to provide this element of the Service as the Supplier Data is hosted by GBG.

8. TERMINATION AND SUSPENSION

8.1 Notwithstanding the termination provisions between GBG and the End User in the General Terms, under the terms of GBG’s agreement with its Data Supplier, the supply of Supplier Data can be terminated by the Data Supplier as follows:

(a) On 3 months’ prior written notice where the licensor to the data Supplier revokes the Data Supplier’s license to sub-license and resell the Supplier Data.

(b) On 12 months’ prior written notice for any reason.

8.2 Upon receipt of any such notice of discontinuation in accordance with clause 8.1 above, GBG shall notify the End User who will be required to discontinue use of the Supplier Data upon the expiry of the current Agreement Term.

8.3 The Data Supplier reserves the right to suspend access to the Online APIs in the event of any of the following occurring:

(a) the Data Supplier reasonably believes that a breach of the terms of use at http://tomtom.com/en_gb/thirdpartyproductterms/ has occurred or is about to occur.

(b) the Licensee or an End User’s use of the Online APIs affect, limits or impairs other customers’ use of the Online APis or the Data Supplier, acting reasonably, believes that the same may occur.

(c) the online APIs are used for any fraudulent, illegal or unethical behaviour.

(d) the online APIs are subject to an Intellectual Property Rights infringement claim.

ROYAL MAIL PAF | ID NUMBER 100533-100535, 100540, 100542, 100537, 100557, 100562-100564, 100567& 200335

Updated 24/08/2018

  • GBG hosts the Supplier Data
  • No Sub-processors used

The Supplier Data that GBG uses to provide PAF Data is supplied by Royal Mail. GBG is obliged under the terms of its agreement with Royal Mail to ensure that all End Users agree to comply with the following provisions. These terms apply to all PAF Data checks. Individual PAF® Data checks are identified by the ID number on the End User’s Order Form.

1. DEFINITIONS

1.1. In these Additional Terms, the following definitions shall apply, in addition to the definitions set out in the General Terms:

“Alias File” means the file which contains ‘Locality’, Thoroughfare’, Delivery Point’ and ‘County Alias’ details.

“Associate” means a person who markets or distributes products or services supplied under a common identity and business method, subject to a written agreement providing for the operation of that identity and method to specified standards and the provision of know-how, technical or business support.

“Authorised User” an employee or individual acting on behalf of an End User authorised by an End User to access and use product or services, which benefits from or includes PAF® Data.

“Broker” means a broker or agent for the sale of (or other distributor of) products or services for one or more originating suppliers (all of which operate in the same industry).

“Bureau Customer” means a customer of a Bureau Service.

“Bureau Services” means a service comprising the Data Cleansing of an End User Database and the supply of the resulting Cleansed End User Database back to the relevant End User.

“Business Partner” means a person who in the course of business acts either as an Associate, a Broker or a Delivery Service User.

“Closed User Group” means an End User's network of businesses comprising that End User and not less than 10 Business Partners all of a single type.

“Data Cleansing” means the processing of existing data records using the PAF Data:

(a) including validating, reformatting, correcting or appending additional data to those records, and;

(b) including the use of the Data within address capture applications, but;

(c) not including Data Extraction (whether carried out by an address capture application or otherwise);

(d) and “Cleansed” shall be read accordingly.

“Data Creation” means the use of the Data, whether incorporated into a licensed product or otherwise, to create a new record or records not already held on any database or mailing list owned by or licensed to the End User by:

(a) adding the Data; and/or

(b) adding the Data to an End User Database or to create a new database where previously there was none.

“Data Extraction” means the extraction of the Data or any part of it for the generation of new address records in a new or existing database.

“Delivery Service User” means a customer of an End User for delivery services relating to mail, packages or products.

“End User Database” means the End User’s existing electronic compilation of records, database or mailing list, which existed prior to any Data Cleansing being carried out pursuant to this Agreement in respect of the same.

“Extracted Data” means data generated as a result of Data Extraction.

“Group Member” means an End User or a Business Partner who are members of a Closed User Group.

“Group Owner” means the End User promoting a Closed User Group.

“Group Purpose” means the purpose for which a Closed User Group carries on its business through (as the case may be) Associates, Brokers or Delivery Service Users.

“PAF” means the database, or any part of it, known as the ’Postcode Address File’, containing all known delivery address and Postcode information in the United Kingdom as may be amended from time to time that the End User has elected to receive pursuant to the terms of this Agreement as supplied or contained in any Licensed Product. PAF is a registered trademark of Royal Mail.

“PAF Data” means Royal Mail’s database known as PAF and including the database known as the “Alias File” and any updates of the same.

“Substantially All Database” means a database which on its own or as part of another database comprises all or substantially all the addresses in the United Kingdom or any of England, Wales, Scotland or Northern Ireland.

2. PERMITTED USE

2.1. The End User may freely use the Data in accordance with these terms and the Agreement.

3. CONDITIONS OF USE

3.1. The End User must not make copies of PAF Data except as permitted by the Agreement and these terms or as reasonably necessary for back-up, security, business continuity and system testing purposes.

3.2. The End User may use PAF Data for Data Extraction but Extracted Data:

(a) may only be accessed by Authorised Users; and

(b) must not be supplied or any access to it provided to any third party.

3.3. The End User may provide Cleansed data to third parties provided that:

(a) where that supply is a Bureau Service, the End User and the Bureau Customers comply with the restrictions in clause 4 of these terms; and

(b) if such databases are Substantially All Databases:

  • such databases are not represented or held out as a master, original or comprehensive address database or other similar description;
  • the access is provided in the course of the End User's normal data supply or routine business activities and is not carried on as a business in its own right; and
  • the provision includes a prominent notice that the relevant Cleansed data has been cleansed against PAF Data.

3.4. The End User must not permit access to, display or communicate to the public any PAF Data, except for the purposes of capturing or confirming address details of third parties.

3.5. Except as set out in these terms the End User must not:

(a) transfer, assign, sell or licence the PAF Data or its use to any other person;

(b) use the Data to create a product or service distributed or sold to any third party which relies on any use of PAF Data including copying, looking up or enquiring, publishing, searching, analysing, modifying and reformatting; or

(c) copy, reproduce, extract, reutilise or publish the PAF Data.

4. BUREAU SERVICES

4.1. End Users performing Bureau Services further to these terms are subject to the terms and restrictions set out in this clause 4 and must ensure that they are observed by Bureau Customers.

4.2. End Users must not supply or provide access to a Cleansed End User Database to any person other than the relevant Bureau Customer.

4.3. End Users may only supply or provide access to Cleansed End User Databases to Bureau Customers subject to the restriction on use of Cleansed data set out in clause 3.3 (b) of these terms.

4.4. An End User and a Bureau Customer may use the following statement on its publicity and marketing material: "[Name] processes databases against Royal Mail's PAF database" provided that such use is reasonable.

4.5. The names of Bureau Customers must be provided to Royal Mail on its request.

5. SUBCONTRACTING

5.1. The End User may provide PAF Data to their subcontractors who may use it to the extent necessary for:

(a) the provision of information technology services to the End User; or

(b) acting on behalf of the End User; in each case for the End User's own business purposes and not those of the sub-contractor and provided that each such sub-contractor agrees to observe the restrictions on use of the PAF Data contained in the Agreement and these terms and that the End User is responsible for any breaches of those terms by such sub-contractor.

6. PERSONAL RIGHTS

6.1 The End User’s rights are personal, limited and non-transferable.

7. ROYAL MAIL'S IPR NOTICE

7.1 The End User acknowledges that Royal Mail is the owner of the Intellectual Property Rights in the PAF Data it does not acquire and is not granted any rights to use those Intellectual Property Rights other than as set out in this Agreement and in these terms.

8. CESSATION OF USE OF PAF DATA

8.1 The End User must cease use of the PAF Data if their right to use it is terminated and the End User must also destroy any copies of the PAF Data they hold.

9. USE BY AUTHORISED USERS OF PAF DATA

9.1. The End User must ensure that:

(a) the terms contained within the Agreement and these terms bind their Authorised Users;

(b) only their Authorised Users exercise the use rights of the PAF Data granted to the End User further to the Agreement and these terms; and

(c) in the event of termination or expiry of the End User’s rights to use the PAF Data, the rights of Authorised Users to use the PAF Data also terminate.

10. CLOSED USER GROUPS

10.1 In respect of Closed User Groups, the End User is responsible for ensuring that the PAF Data is not used:

(a) by any person other than a Group Member, except as these terms expressly permit, and

(b) in an electronic communications network except where that network is controlled by the Group Owner and is subject to technical and security restrictions preventing access to it by persons who are not Group Members.

10.2 The End User must ensure that Royal Mail or its authorised agents is granted a right of entry on reasonable prior notice during working hours to the premises of Group Owners and each member of the relevant Closed User Group for the purposes of inspection of such premises and the systems, accounts and records maintained there for the purpose of monitoring compliance by such persons with these terms.

10.3 These terms and the Agreement apply to use of the PAF Data by Group Owners and Group Members subject to and as varied by the following use restrictions:

(a) Data Extraction is not permitted,

(b) the provision of access to the PAF Data for the purposes of capturing and confirming address details of third parties is permitted provided that:

  • such use is for the Group Purpose, and
  • such third parties are customers or potential customers of the relevant Business Partner.

11. DATA PROTECTION AND COMPLIANCE WITH RELEVANT LAWS

11.1 GBG does not use Sub-processors to provide this element of the Service as the Supplier Data is hosted by GBG.

FRANCE VERIFY S23 | ID NUMBER 200395 & 200948

Updated 19/11/2018

  • GBG hosts the Supplier Data
  • No Sub-processors are used

The Supplier Data that GBG uses to provide France Verify is supplied by GBG’s Data Supplier.

1. DATA PROTECTION AND COMPLIANCE WITH RELEVANT LAWS

1.1 GBG does not use Sub-processors to provide this element of the Service as the Supplier Data is hosted by GBG.

MULTIPLE RESIDENCE DATA | ID NUMBER 100548 - 100550 & 100557

Updated 19/11/2018

  • GBG hosts the Supplier Data
  • No Sub-processors used

The Supplier Data that GBG uses to provide Multiple Residence Data is supplied by Royal Mail. GBG is obliged under the terms of its agreement with Royal Mail to ensure that all End Users agree to comply with the following provisions:

1. DEFINITIONS

1.1. In these Additional Terms, the following definitions shall apply, in addition to the definitions set out in the General Terms:

“Associate” means a person who markets or distributes products or services supplied under a common identity and business method, subject to a written agreement providing for the operation of that identity and method to specified standards and the provision of know-how, technical or business support.

“Authorised User” an employee or individual acting on behalf of an End User authorised by an End User to access and use product or services, which benefits from or includes PAF® Data.

“Broker” means a broker or agent for the sale of (or other distributor of) products or services for one or more originating suppliers (all of which operate in the same industry).

“Bureau Customer” means a customer for a Bureau Service.

“Bureau Services” means a service comprising the Data Cleansing of an End User Database and the supply of the resulting Cleansed End User Database back to the relevant End User.

“Business Partner” means a person who in the course of business acts either as an Associate, a Broker or a Delivery Service User.

“Closed User Group” means an End User's network of businesses comprising that End User and not less than 10 Business Partners all of a single type.

“Data Cleansing” means the processing of existing data records using Multiple Residence Data:

(a) including validating, reformatting, correcting or appending additional data to those records, and;

(b) including the use of Multiple Residence Data within address capture applications, but;

(c) not including Data Extraction (whether carried out by an address capture application or otherwise)

(d) and “Cleansed” shall be read accordingly;

“Data Creation” means the use of the Multiple Residence Data, whether incorporated in a licensed product or otherwise, to create a new record or records not already held on any database or mailing list owned by or licensed to the End User by:

(a) adding Multiple Residence Data; and/or

(b) adding any Multiple Residence Data, to an End User Database or to create a new database where previously there was none.

“Data Extraction” means the extraction of Multiple Residence Data or any part of it for the generation of new address records in a new or existing database.

“Delivery Service User” means a customer of an End User for delivery services relating to mail, packages or products.

“End User Database” means the End User’s existing electronic compilation of records, database or mailing list, which existed prior to any Data Cleansing being carried out pursuant to this Agreement in respect of the same.

“Extracted Data” means data generated as a result of Data Extraction.

“Group Member” means an End User or a Business Partner who are members of a Closed User Group.

“Group Owner” means the End User promoting a Closed User Group.

“Group Purpose” means the purpose for which a Closed User Group carries on its business through (as the case may be) Associates, Brokers or Delivery Service Users.

“Multiple Residence Data” means Royal Mail’s database known as ‘Multiple Residence’, which contains address records for properties receiving mail at a single address, as may be amended from time to time;

“Substantially All Database” means a database which on its own or as part of another database comprises all or substantially all the addresses in the United Kingdom or any of England, Wales, Scotland or Northern Ireland.

2. PERMITTED USE

2.1. The End User may freely use Multiple Residence Data in accordance with these terms and the terms of the Agreement.

3. CONDITIONS OF USE

3.1. The End User must not make copies of Multiple Residence Data except as permitted by the Agreement and these terms or as reasonably necessary for back up, security, business continuity and system testing purposes.

3.2. The End User may use Multiple Residence Data for Data Extraction but Extracted Data:

(a) may only be accessed by Authorised Users; and

(b) must not be supplied or any access to it provided to any third party.

3.3. The End User may provide Cleansed data to third parties provided that:

(a) where that supply is a Bureau Service, the End User and the Bureau Customers comply with the restrictions in clause 4 of these terms; and

(b) if such databases are Substantially All Databases:

  • such databases are not represented or held out as a master, original or comprehensive address database or other similar description;
  • the access is provided in the course of the End User's normal data supply or routine business activities and is not carried on as a business in its own right; and
  • the provision includes a prominent notice that the relevant Cleansed data has been cleansed against Multiple Residence Data.

3.4. The End User must not permit access to, display or communicate to the public any Multiple Residence Data, except for the purposes of capturing or confirming address details of third parties.

3.5. Except as set out in these terms the End User must not:

(a) transfer, assign, sell or licence Multiple Residence Data or its use to any other person;

(b) use the Multiple Residence Data to create a product or service distributed or sold to any third party which relies on any use of the Data including copying, looking up or enquiring, publishing, searching, analysing, modifying and reformatting; or

(c) copy, reproduce, extract, reutilise or publish the Multiple Residence Data.

4. BUREAU SERVICES

4.1. End Users performing Bureau Services further to these terms are subject to the terms and restrictions set out in this clause 4 and must ensure that they are observed by Bureau Customers.

4.2. End Users must not supply or provide access to a Cleansed End User Database to any person other than the relevant Bureau Customer.

4.3. End Users may only supply or provide access to Cleansed End User Databases to Bureau Customers subject to the restriction on use of Cleansed data set out in clause 3.3 (b) of these terms.

4.4. The End User and a Bureau Customer may use the following statement on its publicity and marketing material: "[Name] processes databases against Royal Mail's Multiple Residence database" provided that such use is reasonable.

4.5. The names of Bureau Customers must be provided to Royal Mail on its request.

5. SUBCONTRACTING

5.1. The End User may provide Multiple Residence Data to their subcontractors who may use it to the extent necessary for:

(a) the provision of information technology services to the End User; or

(b) acting on behalf of the End User; in each case for the End User's own business purposes and not those of the sub-contractor and provided that each such sub-contractor agrees to observe the restrictions on use of Multiple Residence Data contained in the Agreement and these terms and that the End User is responsible for any breaches of those terms by such sub-contractor.

6. PERSONAL RIGHTS

6.1. The End User’s rights are personal, limited and non-transferable.

7. ROYAL MAIL'S IPR NOTICE

7.1. The End User acknowledges that Royal Mail is the owner of the Intellectual Property Rights in Multiple Residence Data it does not acquire and is not granted any rights to use those Intellectual Property Rights other than as set out in this Agreement and in these terms.

8. CESSATION OF USE OF MULTIPLE RESIDENCE DATA

8.1. The Client must cease use of Multiple Residence Data if their right to use it is terminated and the Client must also destroy any copies of Multiple Residence Data that they hold.

9. USE BY AUTHORISED USERS OF MULTIPLE RESIDENCE DATA

9.1. The End User must ensure that:

(a) the terms contained within the Agreement and these terms bind their Authorised Users;

(b) only their Authorised Users exercise the use rights of Multiple Residence Data granted to the Client further to the Agreement and these terms; and

(c) in the event of termination or expiry of the Client’s rights to use the Multiple Residence Data, the rights of Authorised Users to use the Data also terminate.

10. CLOSED USER GROUPS

10.1. In respect of Closed User Groups, the End User is responsible for ensuring that Multiple Residence Data is not used:

(a) by any person other than a Group Member, except as these terms expressly permit, and

(b) in an electronic communications network except where that network is controlled by the Group Owner and is subject to technical and security restrictions preventing access to it by persons who are not Group Members.

10.2. The End User must ensure that Royal Mail or its authorised agents is granted a right of entry on reasonable prior notice during working hours to the premises of Group Owners and each member of the relevant Closed User Group for the purposes of inspection of such premises and the systems, accounts and records maintained there for the purpose of monitoring compliance by such persons with these terms.

10.3. These terms and the Agreement apply to use of Multiple Residence Data by Group Owners and Group Members subject to and as varied by the following use restrictions:

(a) Data Extraction is not permitted,

(b) the provision of access to Multiple Residence Data for the purposes of capturing and confirming address details of third parties is permitted provided that:

  • such use is for the Group Purpose, and
  • such third parties are customers or potential customers of the relevant Business Partner.

11. DATA PROTECTION AND COMPLIANCE WITH RELEVANT LAWS

11.1. GBG does not use Sub-processors to provide this element of the Service as the Supplier Data is hosted by GBG.

PROP INT – 5 PROPERTY VARIABLES | ID NUMBER 200008, 200015 & 200020

Updated 19/11/2018

  • GBG hosts the Supplier Data
  • No Sub-processors used

The Supplier Data that GBG uses to provide Loc Int – 5 Property Variables is supplied by GBG’s Data Supplier. GBG is obliged under the terms of its agreement with its Data Supplier to ensure that all End Users agree to comply with the following provisions. These terms apply to all Loc Int – 5 Property Variables data checks. Individual Loc Int – 5 Property Variables data checks can be identified by ID numbers on the Order Form.

1. DEFINITIONS

1.1. In these Additional Terms, the following definitions shall apply, in addition to the definitions set out in the General Terms:

“Permitted Purpose” means use of the data solely for purpose of fraud prevention and/or trace and investigation.

2. USE OF THE SUPPLIER DATA

2.1. Use of the Supplier Data by each End User is subject to approval of the Data Supplier on a case by case basis.

2.2. The Supplier Data may only be used for the Permitted Purpose in accordance with these terms. The End User warrants that it will not use the Supplier Data for any reason outside of the Permitted Purpose or for any reason which may be deemed to be detrimental to the business of the Data Supplier.

2.3. The End User shall be permitted to pass the Supplier Data to their third party service providers provided that such third parties only process the Supplier Data for the benefit of the End User.

2.4. Subject to clause 2.3, the End User shall not forward, send or disseminate the Supplier Data or information contained within to any third party.

2.5. The Data Supplier does not warrant that the Supplier Data will be error free.

3. DATA PROTECTION AND COMPLIANCE WITH RELEVANT LAWS

3.1. GBG does not use Sub-processors to provide this element of the Service as the Supplier Data is hosted by GBG.

NEW ZEALAND POST DATA | ID NUMBER 200949

Updated 29/11/2018

  • GBG hosts the Supplier Data
  • No Sub-processors used

The data that GBG uses to provide New Zealand Post Data supplied by GBG’s Data Supplier, New Zealand Post Limited. GBG is obliged under the terms of its agreement with its Data Supplier to ensure that all End Users agree to comply with the following provisions:

1. USE OF THE SUPPLIER DATA AND END USER OBLIGATIONS

1.1 The End User (and any of its agents or subcontractors) may only use the Supplier Data in accordance with the Agreement, for the End User’s internal business purposes, and only as part of or in combination with the Service provided by GBG.

1.2 If the Agreement permits any of the End User’s agents or subcontractors to have access to the Supplier Data, the End User must procure that those agents and subcontractors comply with these terms and the General Terms.

1.3 The End User must not remove or tamper with any disclaimer or copyright notice attached to or used in relation to the Supplier Data.

1.4 The End User has no right to use any of the trademarks, business names or logos of the Data Supplier.

1.5 The End User must not at any time:

(a) copy, reproduce, publish, sell, let, modify, extract or otherwise part with possession of the whole or any part of the Supplier Data or relay or disseminate the same to any other party;

(b) other than as permitted under section 1.2 above, provide the Supplier Data to (or allow the provision of the Supplier Data to, or access to the Supplier Data by) any agents or sub-contractors of the End User without the prior written consent of the Data Supplier; or

(c) sub-licence all or any part of the Supplier Data to any person, or purport or attempt to do so, in each case, unless expressly permitted otherwise by the Data Supplier in writing.

1.6 The End User may make a reasonable number of back-up copies of the Supplier Data for security purposes. The End User may only use such back-up copies for archive retention or retrieval purposes, and only during the term of the licence.

1.7 The End User must not make any representation, claim or statement relating to the Supplier Data being approved, recommended or endorsed by the Data Supplier, do anything similar, or imply that such is the case, unless the Data Supplier has expressly given its prior written consent to the form and content of such claim.

1.8 The End User must ensure that its personnel, agents and sub-contractors comply with these terms and the General Terms.

1.9 The End User acknowledges that the Data Supplier does not warrant that the Supplier Data will be free from errors, omissions, inaccuracies, viruses or other destructive code, or that the Supplier Data will be fit for the End User’s purpose or for use in any specific technical environment.

1.10 On receipt of any update to any Supplier Data, the End User must as soon as practicable cease use of any previous version of the Supplier Data (and must in any event cease such use by the end of the terms of the licence) and commence use of the update.

1.11 The End User must keep the confidential information of the Data Supplier, including the Supplier Data, confidential.

1.12 The End User agrees to the provisions of clause 3.2 below.

1.13 The End User agrees and represents that it is acquiring the Supplier Data for the purposes of a business and that the Consumer Guarantees Act 1993 (New Zealand) does not apply.

2. DATA PROTECTION AND COMPLIANCE WITH RELEVANT LAWS

2.1 GBG does not use Sub-processors to provide this element of the Service as the Supplier Data is hosted by GBG.

2.2 The End User must comply with the requirements of the Privacy Act 1993 and any other applicable law or regulations relevant to its possession or use of the Supplier Data, and must ensure that its use of the Supplier Data is not inconsistent with the registration of the Data Supplier under the Postal Services Act 1998.

3. INTELLECTUAL PROPERTY RIGHTS

3.1 The End User agrees that all Intellectual Property Rights in the Supplier Data remain the property of the Data Supplier or its licensors.

3.2 The End User acknowledges and agrees that Land Information New Zealand (“LINZ”) and the Crown hold absolutely and exclusively certain material which has been licensed to the Data Supplier and incorporated into the Supplier Data, and that LINZ and the Crown do not assign any copyright or other intellectual property rights in such material either to the Data Supplier, GBG and/or the End User. The End User further acknowledges and agrees that LINZ and the Crown shall not, in any circumstances, be liable for any loss or damage (even if LINZ or the Crown has been advised of the possibility of such loss or damage, and including, without limitation, any direct loss, indirect loss, consequential loss, loss of profits, business interruption loss or loss of data) suffered by the End User or any other person in connection with this Agreement. In the event that any exclusion of the liability of LINZ or the Crown set out in this clause is inapplicable, or is held unenforceable, the liability of each of LINZ and the Crown under or in connection with this Agreement, or arising out of any use, reproduction, modification, or creation of compilations or derivative works of or from the Supplier Data (by the End User or any other person), whether that liability arises in tort (including negligence), equity or any other basis, shall be limited to the fees paid by the Data Supplier for the material incorporated in the Supplier Data which gave rise to the loss or damage, exclusive of GST. For the purposes of the Contracts (Privity) Act 1982, this clause confers a benefit on, and are enforceable by, LINZ and the Crown.

4. LIABILITY AND INDEMNITY

4.1 The End User must indemnity the Data Supplier and keep the Data Supplier indemnified against any claim, proceeding, damage, liability, loss, cost or expense (including legal costs on a solicitor and own client basis) whether arising in contract, tort (including for negligence) or otherwise, arising out or in connection with any breach by the End User or any other person who has obtained the Supplier Data from an End User. The End User’s total aggregate liability to the Data Supplier under this clause shall not exceed $250,000.

5. TERMINATION

5.1 Notwithstanding the termination provisions between GBG and the Client in the General Terms, under the terms of GBG’s agreement with the Data Supplier:

(a) if any licence under which a third party grants to the Data Supplier the right to incorporate the third party’s material in the Supplier Data is terminated, the licence to the End User in respect of that material terminates and the End User must, at GBG’s request, remove the same material from any copies of the Supplier Data held by the End User within 90 days;

(b) The End User’s right to use each update in respect of the Supplier Data shall terminate six months after the date on which the update was released by the Data Supplier.

(c) early termination of GBG’s licence from the Data Supplier shall not affect the End User’s right to use any Supplier Data within the term of the licence, provided that such early termination was not caused by or connected with any act or omission of the End User.

6. RIGHTS OF THIRD PARTIES

6.1 The Data Supplier must have rights to enforce the above terms for the purposes of the Contracts (Privity) Act 1982, and is entitled to terminate the End User’s right to use any Supplier Data if the End User breaches any of the above terms.

GEOLOCATION API FOR CAPTURE (UK)| ID NUMBER 200931

Updated 24/08/2018

  • GBG hosts the Supplier Data
  • No Sub-processors used

The Supplier Data that GBG uses to provide AddressBase is supplied by GBG’s Data Supplier. GBG is obliged under the terms of its agreement with its Data Supplier to ensure that all End Users agree to comply with the following provisions.

1. DEFINITIONS

1.1. In these Additional Terms, the following definitions shall apply, in addition to the definitions set out in the General Terms:

“Cached Data” means data which is downloaded or stored by Caching.

“Caching” means the automatic, immediate download and temporary storage of data as an integral and essential part of the technological process.

“Client Generated Content” means content generated by the End User in the course of using an Online Solution or an Offline Solution consisting of:

(a) any line, polygon, symbol or text that copies or represents, or which is used to infer the position of, any feature depicted in the Supplier Data; and/ or

(b) measurements and distances determined using Supplier Data; and/ or

(c) routes created by selecting and linking a series of co-ordinates plotted on and/ or using Supplier Data incorporated in GBG’s product/ and or service.

“Commercial Purposes” means any purposes which seek to exploit the Supplier Data for financial gain or any purpose which is or is likely to place the use of the Supplier Data in competition with a third party who is seeking to exploit the Supplier Data for Financial Gain or for any other purpose.

“Device” means a personal computer, mobile telephone handset or other device designed for use by a single user at one time.

“Display” means a single image with no size restriction, for example on display boards.

Excluded Bodies” means any of the following:

(a) Central government departments, Crown bodies and non-departmental public bodies;

(b) Local authorities;

(c) Other public sector organisations (including companies in public ownership);

(d) Utility companies managing fixed assets as follows:

  • Gas companies;
  • Electricity companies;
  • Water companies;
  • Cable operators;
  • Oil companies;
  • Fixed line telecommunications companies.

“Financial Gain” means a benefit accruing where the End User or any third party used by, or connected to, the End User receives any revenue or credit for the publication or use of the Supplier Data in any format.

“Navigation Product” means a product and/ or service which may be used on a Device and provides an End User with turn by turn instructions (based on and automatically updated to reflect the Device’s position and movement during the journey) on how to get to a destination.

“Offline Solution” means a product and/ or service (which for the avoidance of doubt, can include Navigation Products) and permits the storage of Supplier Data by the End User.

“Online Solution” means a product or service that:

a) is hosted by GBG through which the End User is able to access Supplier Data remotely; and

b) permits the storage of coordinates, Cached Data, and Client Generated Content on any Device;

“Permitted Purpose” means the use of Supplier Data in the ordinary day-to-day activities involved in the internal administration and running of the End

User’s business or organisation; and use of the Supplier Data within Online and Offline Solutions which may enable:

(a) a Device using the Supplier Data to be located by the End User;

(b) the End User to create and download Client Generated Content; or

(c) in the case of Navigation Products, the End User to download co-ordinates of the destination to a route generated by its Online Solution for use within a Navigation Product;

“Promotion(al)” means bringing any product or service to the attention of actual or potential End Users and where multiple copies are made in any media, the total map area at scale must not exceed A3 or 1250 square centimetres size.

2. PERMITTED USE

2.1 The End User may only use the Supplier Data for the Permitted Purpose.

2.2 The End User has a perpetual licence to use Client Generated Content and/ or coordinates stored on the End User’s Device.

2.3 Such use of the Supplier Data is only permitted in the following circumstances:

(a) in reports and submissions to third parties (where such activities relate to the internal administration and running of the End User’s business or organisation and the End User shall advise such third parties that such Supplier Data shall not be used for any other purpose, provided such reports and submissions do not carry paid for advertising in respect of third parties. Such use shall include electronic transmission of a graphic image that is a raster data file produced solely for the purposes of allowing such third party to view and print one copy;

(b) by the End User’s contractors and agents when undertaking any activity for the End User which the End User is permitted to undertake itself under these terms and the General Terms but solely and explicitly to provide the Supplier Data for the purpose of enabling them to provide goods or services to the End User or to tender for the provision of such goods or services. The End User must require such contractor or agent to sign an agreement with such contractor or agent, which contains terms no less onerous than those contained within these terms and the General Terms;

(c) where Supplier Data is available on an internal network or on a remotely accessible server operated by an electronic hosting service, the End User must take steps itself or enter into a written agreement in relation to the facilities provided by the electronic hosting service to provide for appropriate industry standard safeguards restricting third party access to the End User’s data which includes or incorporates any Supplier Data;

(d) within any professional services provided by the End User to its own customers provided that:

(i) the provision of Supplier Data is not a service in itself and does not form a significant part of any service offered by the End User;

(ii) Supplier Data may be provided only in paper form or by electronic transmission of a graphic image that is a raster file produced solely for the purposes of allowing the recipient to view and print one copy;

(iii) only such amounts of Supplier Data may be used as are necessary to meet the specific need for which they are used; and

(iv) the use to which such customers shall put the Supplier Data shall be for the administration and operation of its business (in the case of a business End User), provided that the rights referred to in this clause 2.2(d) shall not apply where the End User is an Excluded Body.

2.4 For the avoidance of doubt, the supply of Supplier Data to the End User for provision to third parties as specified in clause 2.2(b) above is given on the basis that the End User remains responsible and primarily liable to GBG or its Data Supplier for the acts and omissions of such contractors and agents.

2.5 Permitted use of the Supplier Data does not extend to the use of the Supplier Data:

(a) by any associated undertaking of the End User, including associated, subsidiary, affiliated, holding or any parent or group companies or any other undertaking (save to the extent such associated undertaking is acting as a contractor or agent providing services pursuant to clause 2.2(b) or is an End User for professional services pursuant to clause 2.2(d); or

(b) save in the case of contractors and agents providing services pursuant to clause 2.2(b) or provision of professional services pursuant to clause 2.2(d), for any Financial Gain or Commercial Purposes of the End User, whether the Supplier Data are used on their own or in combination with any products or services of the End User, or which convey any Financial Gain for the benefit of any person other than the End User or its employees.

2.6 The End User may not digitalise features or symbols from any of the Supplier Data.

3. PUBLISHING FOR DISPLAY AND/OR PROMOTIONAL PURPOSES

3.1 Subject to the restrictions in Section 3.2 below, Supplier Data may be published in paper form only for display and/or promotional purposes provided there is no Financial Gain, but only:

(a) as a background to display information specific to the End User’s activities;

(b) to promote the End User’s commercial or public services, provided that the use of Supplier Data is secondary to the End User’s services or business activities and is not a service or business activity in itself; or

(c) in order to provide directional guidelines on how to locate the End User’s premises or a location relevant to the End User’s day to day business activities.

3.2 The following conditions apply to the publishing of the Supplier Data for Display and/or Promotional purposes by the End User:

(a) the correct database right, copyright, trade mark acknowledgements and licence number must be used. Acknowledgements are always required and each individual image using Supplier Data must contain the appropriate acknowledgement(s). Non-compliance will be regarded as a breach of the End User’s obligations under these terms and, without prejudice to any other rights, may incur further Charges;

(b) the End User must overlay outputs generated using the Supplier Data with information that is specifically relevant to the purpose of the Display and/or Promotion. Use of Supplier Data in this manner must only be to demonstrate the services or activities to which the Supplier Data makes a significant contribution. Supplier Data must not be published on their own or in any format or as the primary or dominant part of any Display and/or Promotion and must always be combined with appropriate additional information relating to the End User;

(c) a visible background watermark to identify the source of the publication may be required by the Data Supplier. The End User shall choose its own method of applying a watermark from suitable alternatives. The purpose of the watermark is not to obscure or change the meaning of the End User’s message, but to establish the source of the material and to deter its use for other purposes;

(d) when using the Supplier Data the End User is to include a brief statement of the purpose of the publication and the reason why mapping information is included together with limitations for its further use. This can be placed anywhere within the document;

(e) the End User shall use all reasonable endeavours to prevent the improper use of the Supplier Data by its staff or any third parties; (f) only such amounts of Supplier Data may be used as are necessary to meet the specific need for which they are used;

(g) Supplier Data must not be published in their original condition. Any publication must feature such additional elements or content as are specifically relevant to the purpose to which they are put. Such additional content must be provided by the End User and unless otherwise agreed with GBG must be sufficiently significant to render the underlying Supplier Data unusable for any other purpose; and

(h) Supplier Data must not be published electronically.

4. DATA PROTECTION AND COMPLIANCE WITH RELEVANT LAWS

4.1 GBG does not use Sub-processors to provide this element of the Service as the Supplier Data is hosted by GBG.

5. TERMINATION

5.1 Notwithstanding the termination provisions between GBG and the End User in the General Terms, under the terms of GBG’s agreement with the Data Supplier, the supply of Supplier Data can be terminated on 30 days’ notice from the expiry of the Initial Term or renewal Period or immediately if the Data Supplier loses the right to administer Crown Copyright and/ or Crown database right in respect of the Supplier Data.

6. LIABILITY

6.1 GBG and the Data Supplier shall have no liability to the End User in respect of the Supplier Data, or these terms.

6.2 The Data Supplier has the right to directly enforce these terms pursuant to the Contracts (Rights of Third Parties) Act 1999.

GLOBAL ADDRESS (U) | ID NUMBER 200947

Updated 10/09/2019

  • GBG hosts the Supplier Data
  • No Sub-processors used
  • Client Information does not include Personal Data

The Supplier Data that GBG uses to provide Global Address (U) is supplied by GBG’s Data Supplier. GBG is obliged under the terms of its agreement with GBG’s Data Supplier to ensure that all End Users agree to comply with the following provisions:

1. DEFINITIONS

1.1. In these Additional Terms, the following definitions shall apply, in addition to the definitions set out in the General Terms: “Permitted Purpose” means use of the Data solely for the purpose of address verification and address cleansing.

2. USE OF THE SERVICE

2.1. The Supplier Data may only be used for the Permitted Purpose in accordance with these terms.

2.2. The End User warrants that it will not:

a) use the Supplier Data for any reason outside of the Permitted Purpose;

b) copy or modify the Supplier Data to create a derivative work based on the search results;

c) make the Supplier Data or information available to any third party, including a parent, subsidiary or associated company.

2.3. The Supplier Data is supplied on an “as is” basis, for which no warranties of any kind can be given.

3. DATA PROTECTION AND COMPLIANCE WITH RELEVANT LAWS

3.1. GBG does not use Sub-processors to provide you with this element of the Service as the Supplier Data is hosted by GBG.