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Agreement

By using Page Steady’s services, you enter into an agreement with us for hosting and related services, exclusively for users within the United States. This Agreement includes these Terms of Service, any Order forms, the Service Level Agreement (SLA), Acceptable Use Policy (AUP), Data Processing Agreement (DPA), and Privacy Policy (tailored to U.S. laws and regulations), collectively the “Agreement”. This Agreement supersedes prior communications and is subject to updates, with significant changes effective 30 days after posting.

Services

We provide managed hosting and domain registration Services, detailed in the Agreement and SLA, catering exclusively to customers in the U.S. Support is available through standard channels for users with requisite technical knowledge. Services may be amended through mutual agreement, with any fee changes communicated in advance.

While Page Steady provides hosting and related services primarily within the United States, we acknowledge that our customers may engage with international clients. Customers are responsible for ensuring that their use of Page Steady’s services complies with all applicable international laws and regulations. Page Steady does not guarantee that its services meet all international legal standards.

Authorized Users

You may designate Authorized Users for account management. You’re responsible for their actions and any account-related liabilities, except in cases of our breach of the Agreement.

Fees; Invoicing

Fees follow the terms in the Order. Applicable U.S. taxes will be added, excluding taxes on our income. Invoices are issued at the start and renewal dates, with payment due within 30 days. Late payments may incur fees.

Term; Termination

Automatic renewal applies, but you can terminate anytime with proper notice. Termination for material breach or convenience is permitted. We may also terminate for material breach or convenience. Unused, prepaid Fees will be refunded pro rata.

Proprietary Rights

Customer Content remains your property, but you grant us a usage license for service provision. We retain rights to the Services and related intellectual property.

Confidentiality

Confidential Information must be protected and used solely for Agreement purposes. It must be returned or destroyed upon termination, except as legally required or retained under standard business practices.

Security; Data Privacy

We maintain security measures for our networks and Services. You’re responsible for configuring your use of the Services for security. We adhere to the U.S.-specific Privacy Policy and DPA.

Warranties

Both parties warrant legal authority to enter this Agreement and agree to comply with applicable U.S. laws and regulations.

Indemnification

You’ll indemnify us against claims related to AUP violations. We manage the defense and settlements of indemnified matters.

You agree to indemnify, defend, and hold harmless Page Steady from any claims, damages, liabilities, and expenses arising from your failure to comply with international laws and regulations when serving clients outside the United States. This indemnification obligation covers any legal actions, fines, or penalties imposed as a result of such non-compliance.

Limitations

We limit our liability to the Fees paid by you in the 3 months preceding a claim and disclaim liability for indirect or consequential damages.

General Provisions

Assignment of this Agreement is regulated. We’re not liable for service interruptions beyond our control. The Agreement is governed by the laws of the state where Page Steady is registered, with dispute resolution through binding arbitration, except where prohibited by law.

Notices are effective upon delivery. Any publicity requires adherence to guidelines. Severability, survival of terms, and waiver policies are as stated in the Agreement.

Customers acknowledge that Page Steady’s services are designed to comply with United States laws and regulations. If a customer chooses to offer services to users outside the United States, it is the customer’s responsibility to ensure that their use of Page Steady’s services complies with the laws and regulations of the jurisdictions in which their end-users are located. Page Steady disclaims any liability for the customer’s failure to comply with international laws.

International Compliance and Geographic Limitations:

Customers are solely responsible for understanding and adhering to all applicable laws and regulations of the jurisdictions in which they operate, especially when serving clients outside the United States. Page Steady’s services are provided from the United States and are primarily intended for use by customers within the United States. While Page Steady will endeavor to support customers in their international operations, it is the customer’s responsibility to ensure that their use of our services is fully compliant with international laws, including but not limited to data protection and privacy laws such as the GDPR.

Disclaimer:

Page Steady’s services are based in and operated from the United States and are designed to comply with U.S. laws and regulations. We do not represent that our services are appropriate, legal, or available for use in locations outside the United States or that they meet the legal standards of any other country. Customers choosing to access or use our services from other jurisdictions do so on their own initiative and are responsible for compliance with local laws.

By incorporating these updates and additions into your agreement, you clearly communicate the responsibilities of your customers regarding international compliance and the geographic limitations of your service, while also protecting your business with an appropriate disclaimer regarding the U.S.-based nature of your service.

Definitions

Agreement: The contractual arrangement formed between Page Steady and the customer, encompassing the Terms of Service, Order forms, Service Level Agreement (SLA), Acceptable Use Policy (AUP), Data Processing Agreement (DPA), Privacy Policy, and any other referenced documents.

AUP (Acceptable Use Policy): A policy that outlines acceptable and prohibited uses of Page Steady’s services, detailing the responsibilities and constraints associated with the use of these services.

Authorized User: An individual or entity authorized by the customer to access and manage the Page Steady account, services, and related functionalities.

Confidential Information: Any proprietary or sensitive information disclosed by either party in the course of the Agreement, which is not publicly known and is to be kept confidential.

Customer Content: Any data, content, code, video, images, or other materials of any type that customers upload, submit, or otherwise transmit to or through Page Steady’s services.

DPA (Data Processing Agreement): An agreement that outlines the roles, responsibilities, and procedures for processing and protecting personal data in compliance with applicable U.S. data privacy laws.

Order: The specific request or instruction from a customer to Page Steady to provide services, which may detail the scope, pricing, and other relevant aspects of the requested services.

Party: Refers to either Page Steady or the customer who are bound by the Agreement. “Parties” refers to both Page Steady and the customer collectively.

Privacy Policy: The policy document that outlines how Page Steady collects, uses, discloses, and manages the customer’s data and personal information, in accordance with U.S. privacy laws.

Services: The managed hosting and domain registration services provided by Page Steady, including any additional services agreed upon in the Order or through mutual agreement.

SLA (Service Level Agreement): An agreement that specifies the standards and levels of service provided by Page Steady, including uptime guarantees, support commitments, and other service quality metrics.

Term: The duration for which the Agreement is effective, including the initial period and any renewal periods.

Third-Party Services: Services, applications, or resources from third-party providers that may be used in conjunction with, or integrated into, Page Steady’s services.

User Portal: The online interface or platform provided by Page Steady where customers can manage their account, services, and interact with Page Steady support.