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Applicable Law and Jurisdiction
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In the event any provision of these terms and conditions is determined by a court of competent jurisdiction to be invalid, illegal or otherwise unenforceable such provision shall be deemed to have been deleted from these terms and conditions, while the remaining provisions shall remain in full force and effect. SMT’s failure to insist upon or enforce strict performance of any provision of these terms and conditions shall not be construed as a waiver of any provision or right. Neither shall the course of conduct between the parties nor trade practice shall act to modify any provision of these terms and conditions.

You agree to indemnify, defend and hold SMT, its and their Affiliates and any of its and their directors, proprietor’s, partners, employees, advisors, suppliers, advertisers, agents or sponsors harmless from and against any and all claims, damages, losses, costs (including without limitation reasonable attorneys’ fees) or other expenses that arise directly or indirectly out of or from (i) your breach of these Terms and Conditions; (ii) your violation of the undertaking, representation and covenants mentioned above; and/or (iii) your activities in connection with this web site.

Intellectual Property
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You are hereby requested not to
Copy (whether by printing off onto paper, storing on disk, downloading or in any other way), distribute (including distributing copies), download, display, perform, reproduce, distribute, modify, edit, alter, enhance, broadcast or tamper with in any way or otherwise use any material contained in the web site. These restrictions may apply in relation to all or part of the material on the web site;

Copy and distribute this information on any other server, or modify or re-use text or graphics on this system or another system. No reproduction of any part of the web site may be sold or distributed for commercial gain nor shall it be modified or incorporated in any other work, publication or web site, whether in hard copy or electronic format, including postings to any other web site.

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Limitation of Liability
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  • The use or the inability to use our services or access content,
  • The unauthorized access to or alterations of your transmissions or data,
  • Statements or conduct of any third party on the service, or
  • Any other matter relating to the service, even if SMT has been advised of the possibility of damages.


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  • Restrict or inhibit any other user from using or enjoying this web site, including without limitation by means of “hacking” or defacing any portion of this web site;
  • Transmit any information or software that contains a virus, worm, time bomb, Trojan horse or other harmful or disruptive component.
  • Reproduce, duplicate, copy, sell, resell or exploit for any commercial or unlawful purposes, the Materials or any portion thereof, your right to use this web site, or your right to access any services offered or made available on or through this web site.
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  • Violate any law, regulation or contract.
  • You will not impersonate any person or entity, misrepresent your affiliation with a person or entity, or misrepresent the origin of any content posted on or distributed through the Site.

SOPRANOS MARCOM TECHNOLOGIES (“SMT”) may not routinely monitor your postings to the web site but reserves the right to do so. However, in our efforts to promote good citizenship within the Internet community, if SMT becomes aware of inappropriate use of the web site or any of its Services, SMT will respond in any way that, in its sole discretion, SMT deems appropriate. You acknowledge that SMT will have the right to report to law enforcement authorities any actions that may be considered illegal, as well as any information it receives of such illegal conduct. When requested, SMT will co-operate fully with law enforcement agencies in any investigation of alleged illegal activity on the Internet.

Submissions and unauthorized use of any materials contained on this web site may violate copyright laws, trademark laws, the laws of privacy and publicity, certain communications statutes and regulations and other applicable laws and regulations. You alone are responsible for your actions or the actions of any person using your user name and/or password. As such, you shall indemnify and hold SMT and its officers, directors, employees, affiliates, agents, licensors, and business partners harmless from and against any and all loss, costs, damages, liabilities, and expenses (including attorneys’ fees) incurred in relation to, arising from, or for the purpose of avoiding, any claim or demand from a third party that your use of the web site or the use of the web site by any person using your user name and/or password (including without limitation your participation in the posting areas or your Submissions) violates any applicable law or regulation, or the rights of any third party. SMT reserves the right to terminate access to this web site at any time and without notice. Further this limited license terminates automatically, without notice to you, if you breach any of these Terms. Upon termination, you must immediately destroy any downloaded and printed materials.

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Children are an integral part of our online community. The Internet offers kids many opportunities for learning, constructive entertainment, and personal growth. But there are a lot of risks that children face online. Filtering software like CYBERPATROL, NETNANNY, SURFWATCH etc. can help keep children away from inappropriate online areas. Like the rest of the world, the Internet may contain some material that is inappropriate for young audiences. There are a number of ways you can control what your child can see and do online. Filtering tools are a great way to tailor your child’s online experience, but there is no substitute for parental involvement online. Working together, we can make the online environment a safe and a rewarding experience for children.

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Tips for safe internet use for children and young adults

  • Create strong passwords for different websites using a good mix of alphabets, numbers and special characters and make sure that you do not disclose your passwords to anyone (except your parents).
  • Don’t reveal personal information like name, address, date of birth, school details, passport number, credit card numbers, telephone numbers or family members’ names, or location details/whereabouts on social websites (especially when you are alone at home).
  • Don’t befriend strangers. Ensure that your group involves only people known to you in person (such as friends and family). If someone approaches you, ensure that you are escorted with a responsible elder/parent and meet only in public places where many people are around.
  • Restrict the viewership of your social account/site to only those who are well known to you. Always use security and privacy settings of websites to access and manage your profile information from time to time.
  • If anyone bothers you or is unfriendly, use ‘block’ or ‘unfriend’ tools available on social sites. Should you receive any strange/unfriendly/abusive request or communication, immediately bring it to the notice of parents/elders in the family.
  • Keep police and emergency numbers saved in your mobile contacts.
  • Don’t over-share pictures of home, yourself or your family on the internet. Never share your personal pictures or information without first checking with your parents/responsible elder.
  • Pay specific attention to the language you use online and think before you post your pictures/videos/updates. Avoid posting information when you are angry or emotionally disturbed.
  • Make sure that you log in/sign in and log out/sign out of your accounts.
  • Before downloading/installing any app or software on your computer/mobile phone, it is good to first check with your parents or responsible elder to avoid damage to your device or jeopardize privacy.
  • Don’t say or do anything that would hurt other people’s feelings or, that is against the law and puts you in bad light.
  • Disclose your correct age when signing up on websites to ensure safe use of the internet. Visit only those websites that are relevant for your age. If you inadvertently click any website that displays adult content or any offensive/abusive content, close such websites immediately and keep your parents/responsible elder informed.
  • Make sure that your computer/tablet/mobile phone has up-to-date security software as well as parental control software installed for safe internet use.
  • Fix scheduled timings with your parents to access social sites and adhere to them. Meet your friends in person and play with them outdoors.

Be aware of certain activities that are treated as cybercrimes by law: ·

  • Cyber stalking – where someone is repeatedly and persistently followed and pursued online by email or other electronic means.
  • Cyber bullying – where someone harasses, embarrasses, taunts, insults or uses threatening behavior by using internet, email or other electronic means.
  • Child pornography – where someone captures/displays/sends images or videos of child/children (below 18 years) in an obscene or indecent (i.e. sexually explicit) manner.
  • Pornography – where someone captures/displays/sends images or videos of the private body parts of any person without his/her consent. · Hacking – where someone accesses or uses the computer/laptop/mobile or email or social sites’ accounts of another person without authorization/consent of that person (such as Gmail, Facebook, Twitter and other such social networking sites). This includes destroying or deleting or altering any information residing on such devices/websites.
  • Identity theft – where someone uses the password or any other unique identification feature of another person without authorization/consent of that person.
  • Cyber terrorism – where someone attempts to gain access to a computer/laptop/mobile without authorization/consent or causes denial of access to that person who is authorized to access that computer/laptop/mobile.
  • Offensive communication – where someone sends any grossly offensive information of another person which is known to be false for the purpose of annoying, inconveniencing, insulting, deceiving, or taking vengeance.

Parental control tools let you set filters for different online subjects and activities, so you can prevent your children from seeing things like pornography, hate literature, drugs, gambling and games – as well as unsafe file sharing and media streaming.

Here are some free tools that you can use to monitor and manage internet usage for your children: Apart from these tools, here are a few tips everyone should keep in mind to stay safe online:

  • Be extremely careful of what information you share that can be used to personally identify you or your family like name, addresses, pictures and/or location of your house etc.
  • Create strong passwords that do not contain your name, date of birth, special anniversaries that can be guessed easily. Use a mix of letters, numbers and special characters. And change them every three-six months.
  • Ensure that you log out of your online accounts if you use shared devices at school, colleges etc.
  • Spend time with your children to go through and modify privacy settings of apps and social media platforms they use.
  • Have a conversation with your child about healthy social behavior including who they want to be online, how they spend time online and how much should they share with their virtual friends.

We urge you all to visit and get the latest information about malware, best security practices, countermeasures and security tools to disinfect and secure your systems.

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