Last modified on 28/01/2011 at 18:00:00
The purpose of these General Terms is, firstly, to define the arrangements for providing the services and tools supplied by iadah.co.uk, hereinafter referred to as “the Website”, via a toolbar and the associated ladah search engine, hereinafter referred to as “the Service”.
Secondly, these General Terms set out the General Terms under which the User uses the Service.
All access to and/or use of the Website or Service assumes that the User complies with all the terms of these conditions and accepts them unconditionally. They thus form a contract between the Website and the User.
If the User does not wish to accept all or part of these General Terms, he is asked not to use the Website or Service.
The Website offers to access to the Service by downloading software that installs a toolbar and, as an option, our associated search engine, on your browser homepage, offering the following functionalities:
The Service User is any person who uses the Service and its software or part of its functionalities.
The Website grants you a limited, non-exclusive and revocable license to download our proprietary software and use the Service for your own personal, non-commercial use. At any time, the Website reserves the right to change, update and/or discontinue the software or to prohibit you from accessing the Service.
This sections aims to explain the reasons why and the manner in which the Website or Service collects personal details when you browse on the Website and/or use the Service, it being stated that no personal data is requested for such use.
Downloading the toolbar does not require you to communicate personal details, but every time you use it, for example to send a search request, it generates connection information and sends out cookies as explained below. These details are kept on our databases and protected in accordance with the rules set out below.
We collect such information, which does not lead to personal identification, when you install, uninstall and use our toolbar, such as your IP address, the type of browser you use, your computer operating system version and the date and time at which you installed our toolbar. This information is collected for statistical purposes only, to enable us to know the number and type of hardware environments on which our toolbar is installed.
The toolbar sends this information and details of a non-personal nature, which may include the IP address, the URL of the website that you visit, general information concerning your browser and operating system, your unique toolbar identification code, the use of unidentifiable toolbar components and directory searches and requests. This is done to enable us to ensure that the toolbar functionality characteristics, quality assurance and improvements to support processes are working well.
We do not hire, sell or share personal information concerning you with other individuals or unaffiliated companies except to supply products or services such as the searches and results pages for the product that you have requested or authorized, or if the law requires it. We do not use your IP address to try to identify your personal information.
Cookies are small files whose key function is to make it easier to browse on the Internet. When you log on to the Website or use the Service, we send cookies to your connection terminal; these help us to improve the quality of our Service by recording your preferences and browsing habits. We also use them to get to know more about you and help the advertisers with whom we are in contact to optimize their Internet advertising campaigns.
Similarly, every time you access the Website or Service, our servers automatically record the information that your browser sends when you access a Web page. This information is: your search request, your IP address, the type and language of your browser, the date and time of your search and one or more cookies.
These personal details are stored on our servers for a period appropriate to their use, under such conditions of security that they are inaccessible to unauthorized individuals and cannot be disclosed or destroyed. Furthermore, you have a right to access this information by simply stating which information you wish to access or modify, as long as your request is reasonable and justified.
You will have the opportunity to review information about any material changes to the software before it is installed. You may decline the update if you wish. When we make material changes to our policies, we will post them to www.iadah.co.uk. If you do not accept material changes to our policies please uninstall our software immediately.
You may uninstall the Service as follows, after which you will no longer have access to the Service
The Website and/or affiliated companies own all the rights, titles and interests related to the software and, totally or partially, to the widgets supplied by the Service or jointly with it, and particularly, though not exhaustively, all intellectual property rights.
By “intellectual property rights” is meant all rights, without exception, that exist by virtue of laws relating to patents, copyright, manufacturing secrecy, trademarks, unfair competition and all other property rights, along with all applications, replacements, extensions and restorations in force now and in the future, and which apply worldwide.
You agree not to modify, adapt, translate, create a derived work, decompile, reverse engineer or otherwise attempt to discover the software source code. You also agree not to delete, conceal or damage the copyright labels, trademarks or other fixed property rights contained or accessible jointly with the software on the Service.
The information supplied by the Website and/or Service is reliant on external information flows. The Website may not be held liable for errors in the retransmission of these flows. It has only a “best endeavor” obligation.
The Website may not be held liable for indirect damage arising from the operation and/or use of the Service by the User, and particularly the choices made by the User as a result of this information or of those resulting from the use of the Website, and in no circumstances for any indirect losses, such as, for example, operating losses.
The Website may not be held liable for problems with the Service arising from its incompatibility with the technical specifications of the User’s equipment and particularly for any damage caused to the equipment by the installation and use of the Service.
Nor may the Website be held liable if the cause of these problems is linked to disruption of the Internet network.
The Website may not be held liable in the event of force majeure or events beyond its control.
If you contact us for technical support or other reasons, we collect your name and e-mail address. We use this information to provide you with customer support and keep you informed of critical toolbar updates.
When we provide you with support, we may also collect further information from you. We do not pass on personal information to third parties without your prior authorization to do so. You may ask us to modify or delete your information by contacting us on email@example.com.
If you have any questions concerning the confidentiality practices of this website or our application, please contact us at:
9, rue de Sébastopol
The security of your personal details is important to us. We comply with the standards recognized in the industry for protecting identifiable personal information that is submitted to us, during transmission and once we have received it. However, no transmission method on the Internet, and no electronic storage method, is 100% secure. Therefore, although we make every effort to use commercially acceptable means to protect your personal details, we cannot guarantee that they will be absolutely secure.
If you have any questions concerning security on our Website, please send us an e-mail at firstname.lastname@example.org.
The Website reserves the right to modify the terms, conditions and wording of this contract at any time.
This contract is concluded for an open-ended period, commencing when the User uses the Service.