Serato Websites Terms and Conditions
This document outlines the Terms and Conditions of usage of Serato Websites.
Access or linking to Serato Websites constitutes an acknowledgment and acceptance of these Terms and Conditions. Serato reserves the right to revise these Terms and Conditions at anytime so you should therefore read them periodically before proceeding further with your access or linking to Serato Websites.
If you do not agree to be bound by these Terms and Conditions please do not use and/or contribute to Serato websites.
Serato websites may only be used for lawful purposes and in such a way as to respect the rights of other website users. Online behavior that constitutes harassment, the transmission of obscene material or any activity that causes distress to other users is prohibited.
All content including, but not limited to, text, images and software that are hosted or stored on Serato Servers are owned, licensed or controlled by Serato.
Identifiable Information, content provided by users, is displayed entirely at the discretion of Serato. Serato reserves the right to edit or remove any Identifiable Information without prior warning to the content provider.
Unauthorised reproduction of Serato website content is strictly forbidden. You may download or print extracts of website material for personal and non-commercial use only. Reproduction of website content for commercial purposes requires written confirmation from Serato.
Software downloaded from Serato websites cannot, under any circumstances, be redistributed or made available for download on any other website, server or file sharing mechanism.
We will endeavour to provide constant, uninterrupted access to Serato Websites but offer no guarantees of service. We accept no responsibility or liability for any interruptions or delays of service.
Serato accepts no responsibility or liability for the content provided by links to non-Serato Websites.
Your acceptance of these terms and conditions will operate as an agreement made in New Zealand and will be governed by New Zealand law, and the parties submit to the non-exclusive jurisdiction of the New Zealand courts.