Terms & Conditions
Effective Date:August 1, 2022
About these terms
Thanks for signing up to use Moot. These terms (Terms) apply to:
Your, and your organisations, access to Moot
Your, and your organisations, use of the software that powers Moot (Software).
Any information we provide to you.
In these Terms, we sometimes refer to Moot and the Software together as the "Services".
Our aim is to make these terms easy to read and understand. Please read them carefully, because they're legally binding. When you accept them, we give you the right to use our Services. In return, we'll need you to follow these Terms. As Moot is a service designed for organisation use, the use of 'you' or 'your' is related to the use of our Services by your organisation.
Who are we?
We are Circle Technologies Ltd, trading as Moot. We're registered in England and Wales under company number 13206759. Our registered office is at International House, 24 Holborn Viaduct, London, United Kingdom, EC1A 2BN.
Our contact details
We are a small team where you can contact us via our founder's email. This email is firstname.lastname@example.org
Before you can start using Moot, you'll need to create an account. To create an account, you will need to be an admin, or be invited by an admin. We'll need your name & email address. If you've signed in to Moot via a third party login provider (like Google), then we might be able to get some of this information from them. You can use Moot on the web.
Fair use of our services
When you accept these Terms we'll grant you a licence to use our Services. This license is non-exclusive (meaning we can grant the same licence to all users of our Services) and it's personal to you only (meaning you can't transfer the licence to anyone else). When you accept these Terms, you agree not to:
access our Services so that you can build a product or service that competes with Moot;
exploit our services. This includes licensing, selling, renting, or leasing parts of our Software;
copy parts of our software, or create new software that's based on our Software;
access or tamper with areas of Moot that aren't public, or attempt to get around any measures we have in place to protect these areas;
use our Services to store or distibute any malicious software;
use our Services to store any material that's unlawful, harmful, or offensive; or
break the law when using Moot.
New changes to Moot
We'll do our best to keep you up to date when we're making changes to our Services. We can change, update, pause, or discontinue any of our product features at any time. We don't need to give you any notice beforehand, but we'll try to be reasonable and let you know when we can.
Ownsership of our services
When we say "Intellectual Property Rights", we mean any patents, copyrights, moral rights, trademarks, business names, domain names, designs, software rights, or confidential information that we hold. We also mean any other intellectual property rights (registered or not registered) that we hold now, or will hold in the future. We and our licensors own all of the Intellectual Property Rights to our Services, and these Terms don't give you any of these rights.
Moot is currently a paid service for teams. In the future, we might offer new features or additional premium services that you'll need to pay a different price for if you want to use them. If we do, we will either update these Terms, or we'll create some separate terms to cover these new services we're offering. If we create separate terms, you'll need to agree to those terms before you can access our services again. If we do any of the above, we'll update these terms, and give you at least 30 days' notice
Ending or limiting our services to you
If you don't follow the Terms we've set out, we can remove your access to Moot straight away. This means that you'll no longer be able to access your account, and you won't be allowed to open a new account in the future.
We can also remove your access to all or parts of Moot without giving you a reason. If we want to do this, we'll provide you with at least 30 days' notice. From time to time, we might need or choose to impose limits on our Services. If we do, we'll try to give you 30 days' notice.
While we hope you'll love using Daybridge, we can't guarantee that it'll meet your needs. We also don't guarantee that the service will always be available, or be free from errors. From time to time, it's possible that your access to the service will be interrupted. If this happens, we won't be responsible for any loss or damage that comes about as a result.
We take steps to preserve your data, and protect its integrity. These steps include replicating the data to protect against hardware failure, and where possible, taking regular backups. We won't be responsible for loss of your data, or any corruption to it.
Our duty to the terms
How we enforce these terms
How we use your information
What laws apply to these Terms?
These Terms are governed by English law and the English courts will have jurisdiction over any claim. If you're resident outside of the UK, then you'll continue to have all of the consumer rights available to you in your country of residence.
If you run into problems using Moot — we can help. You can contact us via social media, or email us on email@example.com. We also have a feedback feature within the Moot product.
Thank you - our use of third party services and open source software
This section will updated on our first public release of Moot! Stay tuned.