Jerusalem Post Online Terms of Service, Revision 1.1, Last modified january 27th, 2021.
These Terms of Service govern your use of the Jerusalem Post website, purchases you make through the website and any content contribution you may make to the website. While the formal and full agreement governs your use of the website, The Jerusalem Post has posted, for your convenience and use, a brief summary of your rights, duties and obligations:
- You may use the site to read content, post user comments, purchase premium subscriptions or content and register to any of our newsletters.
- All of our subscription services are periodical recurring, and will be billed on a billing cycle.
- Premium accounts are meant for personal use, and no resale, lending or reuse of accounts is allowed.
- Any submission you may post shall be non-offensive.
- The Jerusalem Post may charge fees for parts of the services.
- No matter what, The Jerusalem Post shall never be liable for any damage incurred by using this website or service.
We recommend that you read the full terms of service prior to posting any content to the website, registering to any newsletter or purchasing premium content.
Scope of Services.
These Terms of Service are a binding agreement between The Jerusalem Post Ltd., a duly incorporated Israeli corporation, whose principal place of business is 13 Haachim Misalvita, Israel (“The Jerusalem Post”) and yourself, an individual or a person acting on behalf of a corporation or organization which authorized you in order to enter into these terms of service (“You”).
For the purpose of these Terms of Service, the term “Service” shall refer to any of the following services provided by The Jerusalem Post, as described in this clause, including any of their features.
Content, News & Updates:
The Jerusalem Post may provide you with access to articles, news updates, opinion columns and other content, all through its website located at https://www.jpost.com (“Website”). Such content shall be provided either by The Jerusalem Post or by chosen affiliates and third parties, where marked as such. Any commercial or advertorial content shall be marked as “Special Content”.
User Submissions and User Generated Content.
The Jerusalem Post may provide you with an option to contribute and post your commentary in regards to News, Updates, Blogs or other users contributions or commentaries.
The Jerusalem Post may provide you with additional content, commentary and information, all defined as “Premium Content” including online editions of the daily "Jerusalem Post" electronic paper, and a selection of exclusive articles from "The Jerusalem Report," The Jerusalem Post's youth magazine "Dash," The Jerusalem Post's "Christian Edition," an easy-Hebrew magazine "Ivrit,", The Jerusalem Post's weekend magazines and more. Such access shall be made against payments and fees, as described in these Terms of Service
IOS Premium Content
If you purchase iOS Premium Content via our iOS app, which includes premium subscription to premium content, it shall be done using the App Store payment method. Payments shall be charged monthly, on a recurring basis, and shall be US$5 per month.
The Jerusalem Post may provide you with an option to receive timely updates through Electronic mail, including promotional offers and other relevant information. When doing so, you shall be required to enter some relevant information, so that The Jerusalem Post may provide you with better services and promotional activity.
Following the Registration process, an email may be sent to your email box to confirm and authenticate that you requested to register to the Newsletter.
From time to time, and according to your preferences, The Jerusalem Post shall send you updates through electronic mail which may include both the Jerusalem Post’s content, third party content and advertisments
The Jerusalem Post may provide you with an interface to access a digital edition of the Jerusalem Post Print Edition; such access shall be made payments and fees, all as described.
The Jerusalem Post may provide you with access to on-line archives of news articles and any other information stored on the Website.
The Jerusalem Post may present, from time to time, user polls which shall present its users' views and opinions in regards to statements or questions of interest. You may participate once in each poll. you acknowledge and consent that The Jerusalem Post may track and monitor your votes and present them to its users, as well as track attempts to defraud it.
The The Jerusalem Post may avail the results of such polls and may allow access to its polling archive. you acknowledge that the polls made by The Jerusalem Post do not reflect the general public, nor do they reflect the users of The Jerusalem Post's website, as voting in polls is voluntary and not mandatory.
The Jerusalem Post may avail to you, all with accordance to the features inherent in the code, a short HTML code which you may install, at your own discretion and risk, at any website you may control or own.
You are hereby granted a limited, non-exclusive, worldwide, temporary, revocable, non-sublicensable, nontransferable and non-assignable license to use and display such HTML code at websites, according to the stipulations and restrictions setforth.
However, you hereby undertake to incur and bear all risk associated with the execution of such computer code.
You may not amend, modify or otherwise create any derivative works from the HTML code, including any code meant to exploit any vulnerability in Website, inject malicious content or computer code, circumvent The Jerusalem Post's server, or otherwise create any work falsifying the origin of the content in the News Ticker.
Any use of the News-Ticker shall be where The Jerusalem Post is properly credited for the origin of the news.
Sharing and Social Features
The Jerusalem Post may you with an Interface to share articles to your friends by electronic correspondence or other social features.
The Jerusalem Post may avail you to an interface to publish and/or search classified ads, either for real estate, employment or other matters. In such case, the Jerusalem Post may charge rates in accordance to article 3 to these Terms and the content of any classified ad you submitted shall be subject to the Jerusalem Post's Contribution Policy as set forth in article 4 to these terms.
The Jerusalem Post may, from time to time, add additional services and portions to the Website, which may include additional terms.
Services are provided either free of charge or against a set fee, all with consideration of the Service's scope and field. you hereby acknowledge that the free nature of a specific Service is not guaranteed and should any Service incur any costs, you shall pay them in order to use that Service.
The Jerusalem Post may, from time to time, set fees as deemed in each Service. The fees set-forth are for non-commercial and personal uses of Service and not for commercial effort or endeavor. Such fees may be monthly, daily or yearly, and you shall be billed according to the fee policy of such service.
All payments according to these Terms of Service shall be made by a payment method which you own and for purchase of subscription, personalized service or content. By agreeing to pay or committing to purchase, you may be required to provide The Jerusalem Post with your Credit Card information, which shall be stored securely.
When you register to a subscription service, such as The Jerusalem Post's Premium Service or Electronic Edition Subscriptions, you hereby grant The Jerusalem Post permission to bill you on each calendar month for the services rendered on that specific month. The payment shall be processed by The Jerusalem Post and until you shall notify The Jerusalem Post that you wish to cancel such subscription.
As content is considered intangible goods under Israeli Law, The Jerusalem Post shall by no mean, cause or reason issue any refund, rebate, discount, credit or other form of payment to you, should you decide to annul, cancel or void your subscription. All your refund rights under applicable laws shall supersede these Terms.
User Accounts and Use
In order to use some of the Services, you will be required to register and open User Account(s), where different accounts may be used for different services. When signing up for a User Account and when using each of the services, you hereby undertake to comply with the following stipulations, as well as any other reasonable orders by The Jerusalem Post, as you may be instructed from time to time.
You are eligible to enter into these Terms of Service and: (i) were not prohibited by any authorized authority, judicial order to law into entering any agreement; (ii) are over 18 years of age or obtained consent to enter into these Terms of Service from your parent or guardian; (iii) were not previously prohibited by The Jerusalem Post from using Services or held another User Account; (iv) do not reside in and proscribed proscribed state or member of any proscribed organization; and (v) have all proper authorization, if you are acting on behalf of a corporation, into entering into these Terms of Service.
Your use of the Services shall be personal and non-commercial; you shall not transfer, distribute or publish any content or portion of the Services to any third parties apart from where available through Service itself (such as in the news-ticker or RSS feed) and shall not sell, resell, syndicate or republish any of the Services.
When registering to the Services, you may be required to authenticate your method of payment, email address or both in order to make sure that emails will be received and payments shall be made.
You hereby warrant that any information you provided to The Jerusalem Post is true and correct. you shall not use the Services to impersonate anyone else or to register on behalf of any other person.
You will use the Services only in a bona-fide manner, and avoid any use which may obstruct, interfere or delay the Services to any other person. you will not use the Services to spam, send unsolicited publications, stalk, harass or threaten any other person or computer system.
You will not use any automated means, including computer code, crawlers, robots or scripts in order to harvest information, parse, cache or otherwise provide service to any third person. you will not create or use any script, software, code or program that otherwise manipulates, falsifies, adds or removes functionality to the Services.
Intellectual Property & Licenses
Apart from where specifically permitted, nothing in these Terms of Service shall constitute as a license to use any portion of copyrighted material titled by The Jerusalem Post; you will not modify, create derivative works, distribute or otherwise amend the Services, apart from where specifically permitted, any portion of the Service.
When using the News-Ticker in any of your websites, you hereby grant The Jerusalem Post the right to track, monitor and inspect any elements and any visits to such website, as well as retain statistical and analytical information, all as made available by The Jerusalem Post's services.
You may use The Jerusalem Post's RSS feed in order to create any application, service or website as well as other services, as long as such services do not crawl or otherwise parse, display or publish any content from the Website which was not presented in the RSS feed. you may use and display the images attached to the RSS feed in your website, application or service only with the content and text attached to it.
You may read the Jerusalem Post's Newsletter and even forward it to your friends, as long as the following conditions are met: (i) you do not falsify any information and keep all original text intact; (ii) you will not use the Service to spam others; and (iii) you shall comply with the specific copyright license as set-forth in the copyright chapter.
You may use The Jerusalem Post's Send Article feature only in a bone-fide manner and avoid spamming, sending mass unsolicited emails or impersonating others when doing so.
By either providing The Jerusalem Post with textual material or by using The Jerusalem Post's Services to create textual or other content, you hereby accept The Jerusalem Post Contribution Policy as set forth. you acknowledge that any violation of the Contribution Policy may cause termination of your Service, removal of your content or contribution and legal action by both The Jerusalem Post and the person whose rights were infringed. For the purpose of this Policy, the term “Contribution” shall refer to: (i) images and/or text used in creating user generated content, comments or blog posts; (ii) images retrieved from third parties in such comments; (iii) description, text and information processed through Service; (iv) submissions made through Service.
You hereby grant The Jerusalem Post an irrevocable, permanent, unlimited, world-wide, royalty-free, sublicensable, non-exclusive license to use your Contribution and to allow Users to view your Contributions according to the functionality of Service and through or other third party services, including the creation of derivative works and the creation of three dimensional works.
You hereby grant The Jerusalem Post the permission to use and display your Contribution and your Name in order to endorse The Jerusalem Post.
You hereby warrant that your Contribution are not offensive and do not infringe the right of any third party, including, but not only:
Intellectual Property Infringing: your Contribution does not infringe any third party copyright, design, patent, trademark, trade secrets or any other intellectual property rights.
Pornography: your Contribution does not contain any text, image or depiction including nudity, profanity, sexual activity, sexual innuendos, sexually offensive or otherwise obscene.
Slanderous: your Contribution does not slander, defame or otherwise harm the good name of others.
Hate Speech and Racist: your Contribution does not include any hate speech or racist opinions, as well as does not incite others to violent acts against persons solely in regards to their inclusion of a specific groups.
Scams: your Contribution is not used to initiate any scam, market manipulation, pyramid scheme, phishing or otherwise any use which may be used to extract goods and/or money from others, including any virtual property.
You hereby warrant that you are either a sole proprietor or a designated licensee of any Contribution you process through service and that no other party's rights are infringed or violated by using Contribution and Service. you, moreover, warrant that that no legal claim, dispute or lawsuit was filed against you or threatened against you for publishing Contribution.
Removal, DMCA Notices, Cease and Desist
In order to protect your rights, The Jerusalem Post has set up this Notice and Takedown Mechanism to help you protect your Contributions and to ensure that no unauthorized use is made.
You acknowledge that The Jerusalem Post cannot pre-screen all Contributions, but that it shall have the right (but not the obligation) in their sole discretion to refuse or remove any Contribution or User Account that is available via the Service. The Jerusalem Post shall have the right to remove any Contribution or User Account that violates these Terms of Service or is otherwise objectionable.
You acknowledge and agree that The Jerusalem Post may preserve Contribution and may also disclose Contribution if required to do so by law or in the good faith belief that such preservation or disclosure is reasonably necessary to: (a) comply with legal process; (b) enforce these Terms of Service; (c) respond to claims that any Contribution violates the rights of third-parties; or (d) protect the rights, property, or personal safety of The Jerusalem Post, its Users, and the public. you understand that the technical processing and transmission of the Service, including your Contribution, may involve (a) transmissions over various networks and (b) changes to conform and adapt to technical requirements of connecting networks or devices.
You agree and warrant to hold The Jerusalem Post and Users harmless and to immediately indemnify The Jerusalem Post or Users for any claim of copyright infringement, trademark dilution or patent infringement for any use of Contribution according to these Terms of Service. you also agree to indemnify The Jerusalem Post and/or Users for any third party lawsuit for Copyright infringement due to their use of Contribution made available by you.
Should you encounter any Contribution which you believe to be in violation of any of your rights, good name or copyrights, Please file an infringement complaint to our content officer: email@example.com.
Our officer shall examine your complaint and shall forward it to the User who published said Contribution for his answer, if possible. Should your complaint be false, harassing or in order to prevent legal use of Service, you shall bear all liability to compensate the User which you reported as infringing and/or The Jerusalem Post. In your complaint you will be required to inform us with: (i) a written statement regarding what Contribution infringes your rights and proof that you hold those rights; (ii) what is the exact URL of the Contribution; (iii) notification that you believe that the use made by the Contribution is not considered fair-use, criticism, consumer protest or any other protected speech.
Pursuant to any notification according to this section, and promptly thereafter, The Jerusalem Post will moderate the Content and review your request; The Jerusalem Post shall notify the User who posted the Content on your complaint, including your information and request his response, if possible.
Should the user who posted the content fail to respond within 96 hours, The Jerusalem Post shall remove the Content; had he responded, The Jerusalem Post will inspect his response and had there any material questions of fact or law arise, The Jerusalem Post shall forward his personal information directly to you so you could commence litigation over you complaint.
You hereby warrant and agree to hold The Jerusalem Post harmless and to indemnify The Jerusalem Post for any damage, loss, expense, legal expense or cost incurred as a result of (i) your posting of any Contribution in direct violation of The Jerusalem Post Contribution Policy, including any false representation; or (ii) any claim, complaint or notification filed maliciously or negligently against any User where no such claim had any legal standing.
Warranty and Liability:
The Jerusalem Post does not warrant for Service and supplies it on an “as-is” and “as-available” basis. your Use of the Service is at your own risk and under your liability. The Jerusalem Post makes no warranty that (i) the Service will meet your requirements and (ii) the Service will be uninterrupted, timely, secure, or error-free and (iii) the results that may be obtained from the Use of the Service will be accurate or reliable and (iv) the quality of any products, services, information, or other material purchased or obtained by you through the Service will meet your expectations, or (v) any errors in the Service will be corrected.
For no case and for no reason shall The Jerusalem Post be held liable for any damage, direct or indirect, consequential, exemplary, physical or special, to you, any User or any third party due to its misperformance of duties herein. The Jerusalem Post provides Service on an AS-IS basis and shall not be held liable, to the extent permitted by law, by any case of misconduct, negligence, gross negligence, malice or any other mean, to any damages or loss of property, including damages to: virtual property, reputation and business reputation, User Account information including login information, loss of profit, loss of good name, all resulting from the use or inability to use the Services rendered by The Jerusalem Post.
The Jerusalem Post may amend, from time to time, these Terms of Service and may, or may not, notify you as these amendments are made. Should you decide that any amendment in these Terms of Service does not constitute as your understanding with The Jerusalem Post, you may, at your own will, terminate these Terms of Service and terminate your User Account. All Contributions you created shall remain stored on Service and shall be used according to The Jerusalem Post' Policies and amended terms of service. In no case will these Terms of Service have any retroactive change nor would they apply on your conduct without your consent, therefore you undertake to examine, from time to time, any amendments in these Terms of Service.
The Jerusalem Post may, at its sole discretion, terminate these Terms of Service, Service or any other service rendered by it due to any reason, for any User, including you, or for no reason at all or for any reason, including, without limitation, for lack of use or if The Jerusalem Post believes that you have violated or acted inconsistently with the understandings or spirit of the Terms of Service. The Jerusalem Post may also, in its sole discretion, and at any time discontinue providing the Service, or any part thereof, with or without notice. you agree that any termination of your access to the Service under any provision of these Terms of Service may be effected without prior notice, and acknowledge and agree that The Jerusalem Post may immediately deactivate or delete your account and all related information and files in your account and/or bar any further access to such files or the Service. Further, you agree that The Jerusalem Post shall not be liable to you or any third party for any termination of your access to the Service.
Third Party Advertisements
The Jerusalem Post may, at its own discretion and for its causes, include within Service any links for third party websites, advertisements or links for applications.
The Jerusalem Post does not warrant for third Party Content or availability thereof nor does it endorse it. The Jerusalem Post shall not be held, or claimed to be held liable for any third Party Content, its legality or illegality, its adequacy with regulations and its quality.
Entire Agreement, Waiver
These Terms of Service constitute the entire understanding between the parties and will only be amended in writing. No waiver to perform any The Jerusalem Post' rights under this agreement shall constitute amendments of it.
Governing Laws, Jurisdiction, No Class Action
These Terms shall be solely governed by the laws of the state of Israel, including their statutes regarding conflict of laws and may be solely brought to the competent courts of the Tel-Aviv-Jaffa District. you undertake not to initiate any class action, for any reason, against The Jerusalem Post and to claim your damages only according to this agreement.
Last Updated December 24, 2019.
What Personal Data is Retained?
The Jerusalem Post retains certain personal data you provide it when you browse its Services, as well as personal data tracked using automated means.
Information You Provide Directly:
The Jerusalem Post retains the following personal data when you register to its services, and may request, from time to time, additional data:
- Commenting: The Jerusalem Post retains the following data when You post any Contribution or comment through Service: your Name , Email address and Country.
- Premium Service: The Jerusalem Post retains the following data when You sign up to The Jerusalem Post Premium Service: your Full Name, your Email address, your Password for the Service, your Title, your Date of Birth, your Residence, your Phone Number, your Social Security Number or ID Number, your Credit Card and Payment Information.
- Newsletter: The Jerusalem Post retains the following data when You sign up to The Jerusalem Post's newsletter: your Name, Email address, Gender, Date of Birth, Country, State, Family Status, Income, Education, Religious Affiliation and Fields of Interest
Data You Provide Indirectly:
The Jerusalem Post may retain and store personal data you provide when browsing the Services such as your IP address, browser and operating system, session number, geolocation and other browsing data.
Who Has Access to the Personal Data?
Selected third Parties who provide The Jerusalem Post with services have a unique access to specific data required in order to provide such services, and The Jerusalem Post may convey data to such parties in order to provide you with Service.
For example, The Jerusalem Post may use 3rd parties to send its Newsletter, display videos or other content or provide you with advertisements.
How is Personal Data Collected?
Data is collected in two distinct ways, when you browse the site, a cookie is placed in your browser; a cookie is a small text file which may allow The Jerusalem Post to identify you personally and provide you with Services; you also provide, when using the Services, some data about yourself to The Jerusalem Post. Finally, the Jerusalem Post, either by itself or through third parties, may collect your browsing habits and browsing data.
How is Personal Data Processed?
The personal data you provide with The Jerusalem Post shall be processed by it and by selected 3rd parties in order to provide you with the Services requested (such as The Jerusalem Post's Newsletter), moreover, The Jerusalem Post may process your data in order to include you in specific user groups or tiers and to provide you with personal solicitations.
Third Party Advertising and Third Party Services
The Jerusalem Post uses third-party advertising companies to serve ads when you visit our Website. These companies may use your personal data (but not including your name, address and email address or telephone number) about your visits to this and other websites in order to provide advertisements about goods and services of interest to you. If you would like more information about this practice and to know your choices about not having this information used by these companies, click here.
The Jerusalem Post allows third-party companies to serve ads and/or collect certain data when you visit the website. These Include: Outbrain, for content recommendations, Connatix, AnyClip, and IronSource for video delivery, Spot.IM for user generated comments, Uponit for advertising, Zoomd for search, FirstImpression for ad monetization, Jeeng for push notifications, Total Media, District M, Prebid, Adoric, Valuad, Index, Sovrn, Criteo, AOL, Appnexus, Snack media, FreeWheel, Lockerdome, Rubicon, Sonobi, OpenX, SmartAd, Brightcom, RythmOne and Fluct for advertisements, and Audiodots for accessibility.
These companies may use non-personally identifiable data (e.g., click streamdata, browser type, time and date, subject of advertisements clicked or scrolled over) during your visits to this and other websites in order to provide advertisements about goods and services likely to be of greater interest to you. These companies typically use a cookie or third party web beacon to collect this data. To learn more about this behavioral advertising practice or to opt-out of this type of advertising, you can visit www.networkadvertising.org
How Does The Jerusalem Post Use This Data?
The Jerusalem Post uses the your data provided in order to provide you with Services, to improve the services, display advertisements and to monitor and enforce its policies. Moreover, in specific Services, your Information is used in the following way:
Premium: When you register to The Jerusalem Post's Premium Service, The Jerusalem Post shall process your credit card and retain it for that period and send you communications from time to time.
Newsletter: When you register to The Jerusalem Post's Newsletter, The Jerusalem Post shall send you, from time to time, personal or tiered solicitations and use your data for direct marketing.
Can You Review, Amend or Remove Information?
Yes, you may contact the Jerusalem Post at any time in regards to your personal data, and after you provided the Jerusalem Post with sufficient evidence that you are the data-subject, receive the option to either remove all your personal data from The Jerusalem Post's Servers or amend it. Please note that such removal or amendment may be a costly process, depending on the amount of personal data retained, and that The Jerusalem Post may charge fees for such service.
Can The Jerusalem Post Contact You?
Yes. The Jerusalem Post may use your contact data to contact you with both information relating to the service, updates and advertisements. You may opt-out at any time.
What Can You Do If You Feel Your Privacy Was Invaded?
If you feel that your privacy was invaded you can contact the Jerusalem Post’s data protection officer at firstname.lastname@example.org. The data protection officer shall investigate the manner and provide timely responses.
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