Doceree Inc (“Doceree”, “we”, or “us”) operates an advertising platform that helps publishers and advertisers (our “Clients”) purchase advertising space, target audiences that are likely to be interested in relevant products and services, and understand how engaged the target audiences are in our Clients’ online advertising campaigns (the “Doceree Service”). We generally do not collect information about consumers through our website www.Doceree.com (the “Site”), but we do collect other online and offline information about individuals’ interests and habits through web tracking technologies, and from our other business partners like data providers, ad exchanges, and mobile app attribution companies (our “Ad Partners”). We use that information to create audience segments that we make available to our Clients to enable them to deliver targeted, interest-based advertising and to conduct analytics and research. The Doceree Service delivers the targeted advertising messages to individuals on computers, mobile phones and similar devices and enables us to report back to our Clients about the effectiveness of their advertising campaigns.
This Privacy Policy (“this Policy”) describes Doceree’s practices and policies for the information (sometimes referred to as “data”) we collect through the Site and from other sources that we make available to our Clients through the Doceree Service.
By partnering with us as a Client or visiting the Site and/or otherwise using the Doceree Service, you agree to the terms of this Policy.
Please read this entire Privacy Policy carefully. This Policy contains links that you can click on to get further information or exercise the options you have about your information. To make this Policy more reader-friendly, we use everyday words such as use, transfer and storage to describe what we do with your personal information – but this Policy covers all of our data processing activities.

1. Information You Share With Us

Doceree Inc (“Doceree”, “we”, or “us”) operates an advertising platform that helps publishers and advertisers (our “Clients”) purchase advertising space, target audiences that are likely to be interested in relevant products and services, and understand how engaged the target audiences are in our Clients’ online advertising campaigns (the “Doceree Service”). We generally do not collect information about consumers through our website www.Doceree.com (the “Site”), but we do collect other online and offline information about individuals’ interests and habits through web tracking technologies, and from our other business partners like data providers, ad exchanges, and mobile app attribution companies (our “Ad Partners”). We use that information to create audience segments that we make available to our Clients to enable them to deliver targeted, interest-based advertising and to conduct analytics and research. The Doceree Service delivers the targeted advertising messages to individuals on computers, mobile phones and similar devices and enables us to report back to our Clients about the effectiveness of their advertising campaigns.
This Privacy Policy (“this Policy”) describes Doceree’s practices and policies for the information (sometimes referred to as “data”) we collect through the Site and from other sources that we make available to our Clients through the Doceree Service.
By partnering with us as a Client or visiting the Site and/or otherwise using the Doceree Service, you agree to the terms of this Policy.
Please read this entire Privacy Policy carefully. This Policy contains links that you can click on to get further information or exercise the options you have about your information. To make this Policy more reader-friendly, we use everyday words such as use, transfer and storage to describe what we do with your personal information – but this Policy covers all of our data processing activities.

2. Additional Information We Receive

a. Automatically Collected Information

Doceree Inc (“Doceree”, “we”, or “us”) operates an advertising platform that helps publishers and advertisers (our “Clients”) purchase advertising space, target audiences that are likely to be interested in relevant products and services, and understand how engaged the target audiences are in our Clients’ online advertising campaigns (the “Doceree Service”). We generally do not collect information about consumers through our website www.Doceree.com (the “Site”), but we do collect other online and offline information about individuals’ interests and habits through web tracking technologies, and from our other business partners like data providers, ad exchanges, and mobile app attribution companies (our “Ad Partners”). We use that information to create audience segments that we make available to our Clients to enable them to deliver targeted, interest-based advertising and to conduct analytics and research. The Doceree Service delivers the targeted advertising messages to individuals on computers, mobile phones and similar devices and enables us to report back to our Clients about the effectiveness of their advertising campaigns
This Privacy Policy (“this Policy”) describes Doceree’s practices and policies for the information (sometimes referred to as “data”) we collect through the Site and from other sources that we make available to our Clients through the Doceree Service.
By partnering with us as a Client or visiting the Site and/or otherwise using the Doceree Service, you agree to the terms of this Policy.
Please read this entire Privacy Policy carefully. This Policy contains links that you can click on to get further information or exercise the options you have about your information. To make this Policy more reader-friendly, we use everyday words such as use, transfer and storage to describe what we do with your personal information – but this Policy covers all of our data processing activities.

b. Cookies and Other Web Technologies

In operating the Doceree Service and Site, we use a technology called “cookies,” which are small text files that our Site places on a device through the browser when our Site is accessed or that some of our Clients and Ad Partners place on a device when it engages with them. Our cookies collect and store audience segments, help provide additional functionality to the Doceree Service and Site and help us analyze usage more accurately.
Although most web browsers automatically accept cookies, many browsers’ settings can be set to decline cookies or alert a user when a website is attempting to place a cookie on their computer. However, some of our services may not function properly if cookies are disabled.
We also use an advertising identifier created by mobile operating systems to store information on our servers and later retrieve it to provide the Doceree Service. The Android Advertising ID and Apple iOS’ IDFA are examples of advertising identifiers. For more information about advertising identifiers, please check the settings of the mobile device.
New technologies that perform similar functions to cookies or user tracking may be developed. We will update this Policy to let you know of any changes to the technologies used by the Doceree Service and Site.

c. Log Data

We receive information when an individual views content on or otherwise interacts with our Services, which we refer to as “Log Data.” For example, when an individual visits our website or the websites of our Clients, signs into our services, or interacts with our email notifications, we may receive information about that individual. Log Data includes information such as IP address, browser type, operating system, the referring web page, pages visited, location, mobile carrier, device information (including device and application IDs), search terms, and cookie information. We only use the available Log Data to operate our Services and optimize the performance of our Services.

d. Information from Third Parties

Our Clients, Ad Partners, Data Partners, Affiliates, and other products integrated with the Doceree service (“Third Parties”) share information with us such as browser cookie IDs, mobile device IDs, IP address, device type, operating system, hashed email address, or hashed mobile ID (e.g., Apple IDFA or Android advertising ID), as well as location-based data such as Wi-Fi, cell tower, GPS or diagnostic location information, contextual information, and demographic information including age, gender and pin code. Information we obtain from these Third Parties about an individual may be appended to information that we otherwise have for the purposes of targeting advertisements. For example, we match hashed versions of mobile IDs to data that we have de-identified (made pseudonymous) about an individual that resides in our platform in order to target advertising to such individual based on their device activity, inferred interests and location information.

We use appended information to create non-sensitive health and financial related interest-based segments as part of our Services, including general interest-based segments such as “Health::Medical Centers” and “Finance::Insurance,” and custom interest-based segments such as “Health::Dieting::Acai Berry” and “Health::Contact Lens.”

In the process of serving an advertisement to a device, we, or our partners, may decide to serve an ad based on one or more audience segments associated with that device, and the audience segment we believe may be associated with that device. Where Doceree is able to use this and other information to infer that one browser or device likely belongs to the same User or household, the Doceree Service may consider those browsers and devices “linked” for purposes of ad serving and interest-based advertising. This linking process is sometimes referred to as creating a device graph.

Third Parties may collect information about an individual’s activities, subject to their own terms and privacy policies. Those companies’ use of cookies and other data collection technologies are subject to their own privacy policies, and the terms of this Policy do not apply, therefore we are not liable/responsible for their policies or activities. Like many companies, we may allow cookie matching with select Third Parties, but those parties are not authorized to access Doceree cookies under any circumstance whatsoever. We only share pseudonymous information with such Third Parties that does not include an individual’s name, email address, or contact information and we strictly require them to follow privacy and data security principles and practices that are substantially similar to ours.

3. We Do Not Share or Disclose Your Information

This section describes how we use personal information in connection with operating the Doceree Service and our Site. We do so with your consent, because it’s necessary to operate the Doceree Service or our business, or because it’s required by law.
We use personal information within our corporate group only, and particularly for uses consistent with this Policy, to help operate the Doceree Service.
We may be bound to share, disclose, or transfer personal information if Doceree is involved in a merger, acquisition, financing due diligence, reorganization, bankruptcy, receivership, sale of company assets, or transition of Service to another provider, as permitted by law and/or contract.
We share non-personal information, such as aggregated information (in statistical or summary form that does not include any personal identifiers) with third parties in order operate and improve our service and conduct research about and analyze usage of our Services.
If you interact with us on our Site or request information from Doceree, we use your information to respond to your inquiries. We may also use your personal information to send you updates about our Services or changes to this Policy. Additionally, we will use personal information for other purposes permitted under this Policy, such as to protect or comply with legal rights and obligations.
There may be instances when we will use and/or disclose information we collect and receive where we have, in our discretion, a good faith belief that such use and/or disclosure is necessary in order to: (i) protect or defend our or your legal rights or property or those of our affiliates, employees, agents and contractors (including enforcement of our agreements);
(ii) protect the safety and security of members of the public, including responding to emergencies where there appears to be a danger of death or injury to any person; (iii) comply with the law, law enforcement, or legal process or proceedings or requests from public or government authorities; (iv) prevent fraud or other liabilities. We will only use and/or disclose the portion of information required to be used and/or disclosed.

4. How We Secure Your Information

Doceree is committed to protecting the security of the information we collect. We use a variety of technical and organizational measures to protect information from unauthorized access, use or disclosure, both during transmission and once we receive it. We store information on secure servers and encrypt it while in transit. However, no digital transmission or form of electronic storage is completely secure. Therefore, we cannot guarantee its absolute security.

5. How Long We Keep Personal Information

We store personal information provided to us, such as email address, telephone number or billing details for so long as the provider of that personal information continues to have a business relationship with Doceree and for a reasonable time thereafter for record keeping purposes. We store pseudonymous identifiers, such as cookie IDs and mobile advertising ID’s collected via our Services, for as long as our systems are able to recognize a particular individual, and for 90 (ninety) days thereafter. We store log data for 90 (ninety) days.

6. Cross-Border Transfer of Information

We are a growing corporation with operations in multiple countries. We have developed data practices designed to assure information is appropriately protected. While our primary data centers are in the United States, where the laws of your country allow us to do so, you authorize us to transfer, disclose, store and use your personal data in the United States and any other country where we operate or engage service providers to assist us with our Services, consistent with this Policy.

7. This Privacy Policy May Change

Doceree will maintain personal information in accordance with this Policy. If Doceree decides to change this Policy, we will post the changes on this page and revise the “Last Updated” date above. Any changes to this Policy will become effective upon our posting of a revised Privacy Policy on this page. Use of the Doceree Service or Site following such changes constitutes your acceptance of the revised Privacy Policy that is in effect.

8. Contact Information

For questions or concerns relating to privacy, please contact us at legal@doceree .com.

These Doceree Inc Advertising Program Terms (“Terms”) are entered into by Doceree Inc(“Doceree”) and the entity executing these Terms or that accepts these Terms electronically (“Customer”). These Terms govern Customer’s participation in Doceree’s advertising programs and services (collectively, “Programs”) that are accessible through the account(s) given to Customer in connection with these Terms. Please read these Terms carefully. They require the use of binding individual arbitration to resolve disputes rather than jury trials or class actions. If Customer wishes, Customer may opt out of the requirement to arbitrate disputes by following the instructions in Section 13(F) below within 30 days of the first acceptance date of any version of these Terms containing an arbitration provision.

1. Programs

Customer authorizes Doceree and its affiliates to place Customer’s advertising materials (collectively, “Ads” or “Creative”) on any content or property (each a “Property”) provided by Doceree or its affiliates on behalf of Doceree or, as applicable, a third party (“Partner”). As between Doceree and Customer, Customer is solely responsible for all: (i) the creation and format of Ads, (ii) trafficking or targeting decisions for Ads (“Targets”), (iii) destinations to which Ads direct viewers (e.g., landing pages, mobile applications) along with the related URLs, waypoints, and redirects (“Destinations”), and (iv) services and products advertised on Destinations (collectively, “Services”). Customer’s Ads must be in compliance with Doceree’s Ad Guideline Policy, accessible here. The Program is an advertising platform on which Customer authorizes Doceree and its affiliates to use automated tools to place Ads. Doceree and its affiliates may also make available to Customer certain optional features to assist Customer with the selection or generation of Targets, Ads, or Destinations. Customer is not required to authorize use of these optional features and, as applicable, may opt-in to or opt-out of usage of these features. Customer’s use of these features does not change Customer’s sole responsibility for the Ads, Targets, and Destinations. Doceree and its affiliates or Partners may reject or remove a specific Ad, Target, or Destination at any time for any or no reason. Doceree and its affiliates may modify or cancel features at any time. Customer acknowledges that Doceree or its affiliates may participate in auctions for media purchases for Targets which may be of interest to Customer, in support of Doceree’s own services and products. Customer authorizes Doceree to reformat Ads for optimal function in a Program. Customer grants Doceree the right to reproduce Ads in Doceree’s promotional materials, as examples of Doceree’s Services.

As Doceree develops and adds features to its Program, certain Program features may be identified as “Beta” or as otherwise unsupported or confidential (“Beta Features”). Customer may not disclose any information from Beta Features or the terms or existence of any non-public Beta Features. Doceree may cease providing beta feature(s) at any time in its discretion, and may not, in its discretion, provide any technical support services in relation to beta features.

2. Policies

Customer is solely responsible for its use of the Programs (e.g., access to and use of Program accounts and safeguarding usernames and passwords) (“Use”). Program Use is subject to applicable Doceree Content Policy, Privacy Policy, Program Policy, Partner Policy, and all Doceree policies which are made known to Customer, in each case, as modified from time to time (collectively “Policies”). Customer will not, and may not authorize or direct any third party to, (i) generate automated, fraudulent or otherwise invalid impressions, inquiries, clicks or conversions, (ii) conceal conversions for Programs where they are required to be disclosed, (iii) use any automated means or form of scraping or data extraction to access, query or otherwise collect Doceree advertising-related information from any Property except as expressly permitted by Doceree, or (iv) attempt to interfere with the functioning of the Programs. Customer will direct communications regarding Ads on Partner Properties under these Terms only to Doceree.

3. Ad Serving

(A) Customer may utilize an Ad server solely for serving or tracking Ads under Programs that permit third-party Ad serving and only if the Ad server has been authorized by Doceree to participate in the Program. Doceree will implement Customer’s Ad server tags so that they are functional.

(B) For online display Ad impressions billed on a CPM or vCPM basis (“Display Ads”), if Doceree’s applicable impression count (“IC”) for a Program is higher than Customer’s third-party Ad server (“3PAS”) IC by more than 10% over the invoice period, Customer shall be responsible for facilitating reconciliation between Doceree and the 3PAS. If this discrepancy is not resolved, and Customer wishes a credit from Doceree, Customer’s sole remedy is to make a claim within 60 days after the invoice date (“Claim Period”). If Doceree determines that the claim is valid, then Doceree will issue to Customer advertising credits equal to (90% of Doceree’s IC minus 3PAS’s IC), multiplied by Doceree’s reported campaign average CPM or vCPM, as applicable, over the invoice period. Any advertising credits issued must be used by Customer within 60 days of issuance (“Use-By Date”). Doceree may suspend Customer’s permission to utilize that 3PAS provider and may suspend or void the effectiveness of the discrepancy resolution provisions of this Section for that 3PAS provider. Metrics from 3PAS whose Ad server tags are provided to Doceree will be used in the above discrepancy resolution calculations. Doceree may require that discrepancy records be provided directly by 3PAS to Doceree. Customer will not be credited for discrepancies caused by 3PAS’s inability to serve Ads.

4. Testing

Customer acknowledges that Doceree and its affiliates will periodically conduct tests that may affect Customer’s Use of Programs, including Ad formatting, Targets, Destinations, quality, ranking, performance, pricing, and auction-time bid adjustments. Doceree shall use its best efforts to limit such tests to avoid adverse effects to Customer. Customer acknowledges that these tests are to ensure the timeliness and validity of Doceree’s services, and that Customer shall not be entitled to notice or compensation related to the tests or any impact from such tests.

5. Ad Cancellation

Unless a Policy, the Program user interface, or an agreement referencing these Terms (an “IO”) provides otherwise, either party may cancel any Ad at any time before the earlier of Ad auction or placement, but if Customer cancels an Ad after a commitment date provided by Doceree (e.g., a reservation-based campaign), then Customer is responsible for any cancellation fees communicated by Doceree to Customer, and the Ad may still be published. Cancelled Ads will generally cease serving within 8 business hours or as described in a Policy or IO, and Customer remains obligated to pay all charges resulting from served Ads (e.g., fees based on conversion). Customer must effect cancellation of Ads (i) online through Customer’s account, if the functionality is available, (ii) via email to Customer’s account representative at Doceree, or (iii) if Customer does not have an account representative, via email to ads-support@Doceree.com.

6. Warranty, Rights, and Obligations

Customer warrants that (a) Customer holds all rights or is otherwise authorized to use, transmit, display, and reproduce the Ads, Destinations, and Targets, and (b) all information and authorizations provided by Customer are complete, correct and current. Customer hereby grants to Doceree, its affiliates and Partners, the right to use, transmit, display, and reproduce the Ads, Destinations, and Targets, all in and for the operation of the Doceree Programs (including, in the case of feed data, after Customer ceases to use the Programs). Customer authorizes Doceree and its affiliates to automate retrieval and analysis of, and create test credentials to access, Destinations for the purposes of the Programs. By providing any mobile or other telephone number to Doceree in connection with the Programs, Customer authorizes Doceree, its affiliates and their agents to call and send text messages (for which standard message and data rates may apply) to the provided telephone numbers, including by an automatic telephone dialing system, for purposes of the Programs. Doceree will not initiate autodialed calls or text messages for marketing purposes. Customer further authorizes Doceree, its affiliates and their agents to send electronic mail to Customer for purposes of the Programs. Customer warrants that it is authorized to act on behalf of, and has bound to these Terms, each third party, if any, for which Customer advertises in connection with these Terms (“Advertiser”) and any references to Customer in these Terms will also apply to any such Advertiser as applicable. Customer shall be liable for any obligation on behalf of Customer or Advertiser under these Terms. If Customer is using a Program on its own behalf to advertise, for that use Customer will be deemed to be both Customer and Advertiser. Doceree shall only communicate directly with an Advertiser upon Customer’s written request.

7. Make-Goods

For reservation-based Display Ads, Doceree will deliver any agreed on aggregate number of Display Ads by the end of the campaign, but if Doceree fails to do so, then Customer’s sole remedy is to make a claim during the Claim Period. If Doceree confirms the accuracy of the claim, then Doceree will not charge Customer for the undelivered Display Ads or, if Customer has already paid, at Doceree’s reasonable discretion, Doceree will provide for (i) advertising credits, which must be used by the Use-By Date, (ii) placement of the Display Ads in a position Doceree deems comparable within 60 days of Doceree’s confirmation of the accuracy of the claim or (iii) an extension of the term of the campaign. Doceree cannot assure that any auction-based Ads will be delivered and therefore make-goods do not apply to auction-based Ads.

8. Payment

Customer will pay all charges incurred in connection with a Program, using a payment method approved by Doceree for that Customer (as modified from time to time), within a commercially reasonable time period specified by Doceree (e.g., in the Program user interface or IO). All payments are non-refundable. Late payments bear interest at the rate of 1.5% per month (or the highest rate permitted by law, if less). Payments due to Doceree are exclusive of taxes and bank or credit card processing fees. Customer will pay (i) all taxes and other government charges and (ii) reasonable expenses and legal fees Doceree incurs in collecting late payments that are not disputed in good faith. Charges are based on the billing criteria under the applicable Program (e.g., based on clicks, impressions, views or conversions). Any portion of a charge not disputed in good faith must be paid in full. No party may offset any payment due under these Terms against any other payment to be made under these Terms. Doceree may, in its sole discretion, extend, revise or revoke credit at any time. Doceree is not obligated to deliver any Ads in excess of any credit limit.

If Customer disputes a charge, Customer must notify Doceree in writing within seven (7) days of notification of the charge (“Claim Period”). In the event of an asserted dispute over a charge, Customer remains responsible to pay any undisputed amounts then due.


If Doceree does not deliver Ads to the selected Targets or Destinations, then Customer’s sole remedy is to make a claim for advertising credits within the Claim Period, after which Doceree will issue the credits following claim validation which must be used by the Use-By Date. Customer understands that third parties may generate impressions or clicks on Customer’s Ads for prohibited or improper purposes and if that happens, Customer’s sole remedy is to make a claim for advertising credits within the Claim Period, after which Doceree will issue the credits following claim validation, which must be used by the Use-By Date. TO THE FULLEST EXTENT PERMITTED BY LAW, (A) CUSTOMER WAIVES ALL CLAIMS RELATING TO ANY PROGRAM CHARGES UNLESS A CLAIM IS MADE WITHIN THE CLAIM PERIOD AND (B) THE ISSUANCE OF ADVERTISING CREDITS (IF ANY) IS AT DOCEREE’S REASONABLE DISCRETION AND IF ISSUED, MUST BE USED BY THE USE-BY DATE.

9.Disclaimers

TO THE FULLEST EXTENT PERMITTED BY LAW, DOCEREE, ON BEHALF OF ITSELF AND ITS PARTNERS AND AFFILIATES, DISCLAIMS ALL WARRANTIES, WHETHER IMPLIED, STATUTORY OR OTHERWISE, INCLUDING FOR NON-INFRINGEMENT, SATISFACTORY QUALITY, MERCHANTABILITY AND FITNESS FOR ANY PURPOSE, AS WELL AS ANY WARRANTIES ARISING OUT OF ANY COURSE OF DEALING OR USAGE OF TRADE. TO THE FULLEST EXTENT PERMITTED BY LAW, THE PROGRAMS AND DOCEREE AND PARTNER PROPERTIES ARE PROVIDED “AS IS,” “AS AVAILABLE” AND “WITH ALL FAULTS,” AND CUSTOMER USES THEM AT ITS OWN RISK. DOCEREE, ITS AFFILIATES, AND ITS PARTNERS DO NOT MAKE ANY GUARANTEE IN CONNECTION WITH THE PROGRAMS OR PROGRAM RESULTS. DOCEREE MAKES NO PROMISE TO INFORM CUSTOMER OF DEFECTS OR ERRORS.

10. Indemnification

Customer will defend and indemnify Doceree, its Partners, agents, affiliates, and licensors against all liabilities, damages, losses, costs, fees (including legal fees), and expenses relating to any third-party allegation or legal proceeding to the extent arising out of or related to Ads, Targets, Destinations, Services, Use or any breach of these Terms by Customer. Partners are intended third-party beneficiaries of this Section.

11. Limitation of Liability

EXCEPT FOR SECTION 10, TO THE FULLEST EXTENT PERMITTED BY LAW REGARDLESS OF THE THEORY OR TYPE OF CLAIM: (a) DOCEREE, CUSTOMER, AND THEIR RESPECTIVE AFFILIATES WILL NOT BE HELD LIABLE UNDER THESE TERMS OR ARISING OUT OF OR RELATED TO THESE TERMS FOR ANY DAMAGES OTHER THAN DIRECT DAMAGES, EVEN IF THE PARTY IS AWARE OR SHOULD KNOW THAT SUCH OTHER TYPES OF DAMAGES ARE POSSIBLE AND EVEN IF DIRECT DAMAGES DO NOT SATISFY A REMEDY; AND (b) OTHER THAN CUSTOMER’S PAYMENT OBLIGATIONS UNDER THESE TERMS, DOCEREE AND ITS AFFILIATES WILL NOT BE HELD LIABLE FOR DAMAGES UNDER THESE TERMS OR ARISING OUT OF OR RELATED TO PERFORMANCE OF THESE TERMS FOR ANY GIVEN EVENT OR SERIES OF CONNECTED EVENTS IN THE AGGREGATE OF MORE THAN THE AMOUNT PAID TO DOCEREE BY CUSTOMER UNDER THE TERMS IN THE THIRTY DAYS BEFORE THE DATE OF THE ACTIVITY FIRST GIVING RISE TO THE CLAIM.

12. Changes to Terms

Doceree may make non-material changes to these Terms at any time without notice, but Doceree will provide advance notice of any material changes to these Terms. The Terms will be posted at the legal section on www.doceree.com. Other than changes made under Section 13(G), the changes to the Terms will not apply retroactively and will become effective 7 days after posting. However, changes made for legal reasons will be effective immediately upon notice. Either party may terminate these Terms at any time with notice to the other party, but (i) campaigns not cancelled under Section 5 and new campaigns may be run and reserved and (ii) continued Program Use is, in each case, subject to Doceree’s terms and conditions then in effect for the Programs. Doceree may suspend Customer’s ability to participate in the Programs at any time. In all cases, the running of any Customer campaigns after termination is in Doceree’s sole discretion.

13. Dispute Resolution Agreement.

A. Arbitration of disputes

Doceree and Customer agree to arbitrate all disputes and claims between Doceree and Customer that arise out of or relate in any way to the Programs or these Terms. This agreement to arbitrate (“Dispute Resolution Agreement” or “Section 13”) is intended to be broadly interpreted and includes, for example:

  • claims brought under any legal theory;
  • claims that arose before Customer first accepted any version of these Terms containing an arbitration provision;
  • claims that may arise after the termination of Customer’s Use of the Programs;
  • claims brought by or against Doceree, Doceree affiliates that provide the Programs to Customer, Doceree parent companies, and the respective officers, directors, employees, agents, predecessors, successors, and assigns of these entities; and
  • claims brought by or against Customer, its affiliates and parent companies Customer, and officers, directors, employees, agents, predecessors, successors, and assigns of these entities.

This Dispute Resolution Agreement does not preclude any party from seeking a preliminary injunction or temporary restraining order until a claim is arbitrated, or from bringing an action in small claims court, in any court that has jurisdiction; provided that, as limited by Section 13(C) below, the arbitrator will have exclusive jurisdiction to finally resolve claims not within the jurisdiction of a small claims court. Nor does this Dispute Resolution Agreement bar any party from bringing issues to the attention of federal, state, or local agencies.

Doceree and Customer Advertiser agree that, by entering into this arbitration agreement, all parties are waiving their respective rights to a trial by jury or to participate in a class or representative action. The Federal Arbitration Act governs the interpretation and enforcement of this Dispute Resolution Agreement. With respect to all disputes or claims that arise out of or relate in any way to the Programs or these Terms, this Dispute Resolution Agreement supersedes any contrary terms regarding dispute resolution in any other agreement between the parties.

b. Notice of disputes

If any party intends to seek arbitration of a dispute, that party must provide the other party with notice in writing (“Notice of Dispute”). The Notice of Dispute must be sent to Doceree at legal@doceree.com, and to Customer at its primary email address. Doceree and Customer each agree to receive legal notice at those addresses, which addresses may be updated by written notice to the other party. Customer’s Notice of Dispute to Doceree must provide, as applicable, (a) Customer’s name and mailing address, (b) the email address Customer uses to log into Customer’s account, (c) the Ads Customer ID(s), (d) the Case Number(s) assigned by Doceree to track previous attempts to resolve the dispute, (e) a description of the dispute, including identification of the relevant campaigns, and (f) a statement of the relief requested.

c. Settlement Discussion

The parties agree to set up a meeting with their respective principals to resolve the dispute. If the parties are unable or unwilling to resolve the dispute within 60 days after the Notice of Dispute is submitted, the dispute will be submitted for resolution by arbitration upon one party sending the other party and the American Arbitration Association (“AAA”) a demand for arbitration. For the avoidance of doubt, no arbitration demand may be submitted until at least 60 days after submission of the Notice of Dispute. A demand for arbitration must be sent to the other party’s Notice Address and entitled “Demand for Arbitration.”

d. Arbitration procedures

The arbitration will be governed by the AAA’s Commercial Arbitration Rules ("AAA Rules"), as modified by these Terms, and will be administered by the AAA. Unless the parties agree otherwise, the Expedited Procedures of the AAA Rules will apply to any claim of $75,000 or less. The AAA Rules are available online at adr.org or by calling the AAA at 1-800-778-7879. If the AAA is unavailable, the parties will agree to another arbitration provider or the court will appoint a substitute. To the fullest extent permitted by applicable law, any evidentiary submissions made in arbitration will be maintained as confidential in the absence of good cause for its disclosure. The arbitrator’s award will be maintained as confidential only to the extent necessary to protect either party’s trade secrets or proprietary business information or to comply with a legal requirement mandating confidentiality.

Unless the parties agree otherwise, any arbitration hearings will take place in the county (or parish) of Customer’s principal place of business. If the value of Customer’s claim is $25,000 or less, Customer may choose whether the arbitration will be conducted solely on the basis of documents submitted to the arbitrator, by telephone, or by an in-person hearing. If the value of Customer’s claim exceeds $25,000, the right to a hearing will be determined by the AAA Rules. Regardless of the manner in which the arbitration is conducted, the arbitrator will issue a reasoned written decision sufficient to explain the essential findings and conclusions on which the decision is based. All issues are for the arbitrator to decide, except that only a court of competent jurisdiction may decide issues relating to the scope and enforceability of this arbitration provision, the arbitrability of disputes, or the interpretation of Section 13(E). The arbitrator will not be bound by rulings in other arbitrations in which Customer or Advertiser is not a party. The arbitrator can award the same individualized damages and relief that a court can award. Judgment on the award may be entered by any court having jurisdiction.

e. Costs of arbitration

The AAA’s fee schedule is subject to change and may be found in the AAA Rules (available online at adr.org or by calling the AAA at 1-800-778-7879). Doceree will pay all AAA filing, administrative, and arbitrator fees for any arbitration that Doceree commences. If Customer commenced arbitration at least 60 days after submitting the Notice of Dispute to Doceree, and the value of Customer’s claim is $75,000 or less, Doceree will pay Customer’s share of any such AAA fees. If the value of Customer’s claim is between $75,000 and $300,000, Customer’s share of any such fees will be capped at $200 (unless the law of Customer’s state requires Doceree to pay all such fees). If the value of Customer’s claim exceeds $300,000, the allocation of AAA fees will be governed by the AAA Rules. But the arbitrator may reallocate the fees to require Doceree to pay all fees if Customer cannot afford to pay them. If, however, the arbitrator finds that either the substance of Customer’s claim or the relief sought is frivolous or brought for an improper purpose (as measured by the standards in Federal Rule of Civil Procedure 11(b)), then the payment of all AAA fees will be governed by the AAA Rules. In such cases, the arbitrator may direct Customer or Advertiser to reimburse Doceree for amounts that Doceree paid on Customer’s behalf.

f. No class or representative arbitration

The arbitrator may award declaratory or injunctive relief only in favor of the individual party seeking relief and only to the extent necessary to provide relief warranted by that party’s individual claim without affecting other Doceree users or other customers or advertisers. CUSTOMER AND DOCEREE AGREE THAT EACH MAY BRING CLAIMS AGAINST THE OTHER ONLY IN ITS INDIVIDUAL CAPACITY, AND NOT AS A PLAINTIFF OR CLASS MEMBER IN ANY PURPORTED CLASS, REPRESENTATIVE, OR PRIVATE ATTORNEY GENERAL PROCEEDING. Further, unless all affected parties agree otherwise, the arbitrator may not consolidate more than one Customer’s claims and may not otherwise preside over any form of a representative or class proceeding. If a court decides that applicable law precludes enforcement of any of this subsection’s limitations as to a particular claim for relief, then that claim (and only that claim) must be severed from the arbitration and may be brought in court.

g. 30-day opt out period

Customer has the right to opt out of this Dispute Resolution Agreement. A Customer who does not wish to be bound by this Dispute Resolution Agreement (including its waiver of class and representative claims) must notify Doceree as set forth below within 30 days of the first acceptance date of any version of these Terms containing an arbitration provision (unless a longer period is required by applicable law).

h. Future changes to Dispute Resolution Agreement

If Doceree makes any changes to this Dispute Resolution Agreement (other than a change to Doceree’s Notice Address), Customer may reject any such change by notifying Doceree via webform as set forth in Section 13(F) within 30 days of the change. It is not necessary to submit a rejection of the future change to this Dispute Resolution Agreement if Customer had properly opted out of arbitration in compliance with the requirements of Section 13(F). By rejecting a future change, Customer is agreeing that it will arbitrate any dispute in accordance with the language of this Dispute Resolution Agreement, as modified by any changes that Customer did not reject.

14. Confidentiality

Customer agrees not to disclose Doceree Confidential Information without Doceree’s prior written consent. "Doceree Confidential Information" includes: (a) all Doceree software, technology and documentation relating to the Services; (b) click-through rates or other statistics relating to the Services; (c) the existence of, information about, or the terms of, any non-public beta or experimental features in a Service; and (d) any other information made available by Doceree that is marked confidential or would normally be considered confidential under the circumstances in which it is presented. Doceree Confidential Information does not include information that you already knew prior to your use of the Services, that becomes public through no fault of yours, that was independently developed by you, or that was lawfully given to you by a third party. Notwithstanding this section, you may accurately disclose the amount paid to Doceree resulting from your use of the Services.

15. Miscellaneous

(A) ALL CLAIMS ARISING OUT OF OR RELATING TO THESE TERMS OR THE PROGRAMS WILL BE GOVERNED BY NEW JERSEY LAW, EXCLUDING NEW JERSEY’S CONFLICT OF LAWS RULES, EXCEPT TO THE EXTENT THAT NEW JERSEY LAW IS CONTRARY TO OR PREEMPTED BY FEDERAL LAW.


(B) EXCEPT AS PROVIDED IN SECTION 13, ALL CLAIMS ARISING OUT OF OR RELATING TO THESE TERMS OR THE PROGRAMS WILL BE LITIGATED EXCLUSIVELY IN THE FEDERAL OR STATE COURTS OF NEW JERSEY; THE PARTIES CONSENT TO PERSONAL JURISDICTION IN THESE COURTS.

(C) These Terms are the parties’ entire agreement relating to their subject matter and supersede any prior or contemporaneous agreements on those subjects.

(D) Customer may not make any public statement regarding the relationship contemplated by these Terms (except when required by law).

(E) Except as provided in Section 13, all notices of termination or breach must be in writing and addressed to the other party’s Legal Department (or if it is not known if the other party has a Legal Department then to the other party's primary contact or other address on file). The email address for notices being sent to Doceree’s Legal Department is legal@doceree.com. Except as provided in Section 13, all other notices to Customer will be in writing and sent to an email address associated with Customer’s account, and all other notices to Doceree will be in writing and addressed to Customer’s primary contact at Doceree or other method made available by Doceree. Notice will be treated as given on receipt, as confirmed by written or electronic means. These notice requirements do not apply to legal service of process, which is instead governed by applicable law.

(F) Except for modifications to these Terms by Doceree under Section 12, any amendment must be agreed to by both parties and must expressly state that it is amending these Terms. Neither party will be treated as having waived any rights by not exercising (or by delaying the exercise of) any rights under these Terms.

(G) If any provision of these Terms is found unenforceable, that provision will be severed and the balance of the Terms will remain in full force and effect.

(H) Neither party may assign any of its rights or obligations under these Terms without the written consent of the other party, except to an affiliate, where written notice must be provided to the other party. Any assignee shall be bound by these Terms, and the assigning party remains liable for obligations under these Terms. Any other attempt to transfer or assign is void.

(I) Except as set for in Section 10, there are no third-party beneficiaries to these Terms.

(J) These Terms do not create any agency, partnership or joint venture among the parties.

(K) Sections 1 and 8 through 14 will survive termination of these Terms.

(L) Force Majeure. Neither party will be liable for inadequate performance to the extent caused by a condition (for example, natural disaster, act of war or terrorism, riot, labor condition, governmental action, and Internet disturbance) that was beyond the party's reasonable control.

November 1, 2019

Welcome to Doceree!

Thank you for your interest in our advertising services (the "Services")!

1. Introduction

By using our Services, you agree to (1) these Terms of Service, (2) the Doceree Program Policies, which include but are not limited to the Content Policies (collectively, the "Doceree Policies"), and (3) the Doceree Branding Guidelines (collectively, the "Doceree Terms"). In the event of a conflict, these Terms of Service take precedence over any other terms in the policies and guidelines enumerated in numbers (2) and (3) above. Please read these Terms of Service and the rest of the Doceree Terms carefully.

As used in these Terms of Service, "you" or "publisher" means the individual or entity using the Services (and/or any individual, agent, employee, representative, network, parent, subsidiary, affiliate, successor, related entities, assigns, or all other individuals or entities acting on your behalf, at your direction, under your control, or under the direction or control of the same individual or entity who controls you). "We," "us" or "Doceree" means Doceree Inc, and the "parties" means you and Doceree.

2. Access to the Services; Doceree Accounts

Your use of the Services is subject to your creation and our approval of a Doceree Account (an "Account"). We have the right to refuse or limit your access to the Services. In order to verify your Account, from time-to-time we may ask for additional information from you, including, but not limited to, verification of your name, address, and other identifying information. By submitting an application to use the Services, if you are an individual, you represent that you are at least 18 years of age. You may only have one Account. If you (including those under your direction or control) create multiple Accounts, you will not be entitled to further payment from Doceree, and your Accounts will be subject to termination, pursuant to the provisions below.

By enrolling in Doceree, you permit Doceree to serve advertisements and other content ("Ads") for placement on a web site that you control (a "Property"). In addition, you grant Doceree the right to access, index and cache the Properties, or any portion thereof, including by automated means. Doceree may refuse to provide the Services to any Property.

3. Using our Services

You may use our Services only as permitted by the Doceree Terms and any applicable laws. Misuse of our Services is prohibited, and may result in termination of our relationship. For example, you may not interfere with our Services or try to access them using a method other than the interface and the instructions that we provide.

You may discontinue your use of any Service at any time by removing the relevant code from your Properties.

4. Changes to our Services; Changes to the Doceree Terms

We are constantly changing and improving our Services. We may add or remove functionalities or features of the Services at any time, and we may suspend or stop a Service altogether.


We may modify the Doceree Terms at any time. We'll post any modifications to the Terms of Service on this page and any modifications to the Doceree Policies or the Doceree Branding Guidelines on their respective pages. Changes will generally become effective 14 days after they are posted. However, changes addressing new functions for a Service or changes made for legal reasons will be effective immediately. Your continued use of the Services will constitute acceptance of any modified terms in the Doceree Terms. Your only other option will be to terminate the Services.

5. Payment

Subject to this Section and Section 6 of these Terms of Service, you will receive payment related to the number of valid clicks on Ads displayed on your Properties, the number of valid impressions of Ads displayed on your Properties, or other valid events performed in connection with the display of Ads on your Properties. This payment will be made only if and when Doceree determines that your Properties have remained in compliance with the Doceree Terms (including the Doceree Policies as identified in Section 1 above) for the entirety of the period for which payment may be due and through to the date that the payment is issued.

If your Account is in good standing through to the time when Doceree issues you a payment, we will pay you by the end of the calendar month following any calendar month in which the balance reflected in your Account equals or exceeds the applicable payment threshold. If Doceree is investigating your compliance with the Doceree Terms or you have been suspended or terminated, your payment may be delayed or withheld. To ensure proper payment, you are responsible for providing and maintaining accurate contact and payment information in your Account.

You are responsible for any charges assessed by your bank or payment provider, including any bank fees.


Unless expressly authorized in writing by Doceree, you may not enter into any type of arrangement with a third party where that third party receives (a) payments due to you under the Doceree Terms or (b) other financial benefit in relation to the Services.

Payments will be calculated solely based on Doceree's accounting. You acknowledge and agree that you are only entitled to payment for your use of the Services for which Doceree has been paid; if, for any reason, Doceree does not receive payment from an advertiser or credits a payment back to an advertiser, you are not entitled to be paid for any associated use of the Services. Additionally, if an advertiser whose Ads are displayed on any Property defaults on payment to Doceree, we may withhold payment or charge back your Account.

Doceree has the right to withhold or adjust payments to you to exclude any amounts Doceree determines arise from invalid activity. Invalid activity includes, but is not limited to, (i) spam, invalid clicks, invalid impressions, invalid queries, invalid conversions, or other invalid events on Ads generated by any person, bot, automated program or similar device, including through any clicks, impressions, queries, conversions, or other events originating from your IP addresses or computers under your control; (ii) clicks, impressions, queries, conversions, or other events

solicited or generated by payment of money, false representation, or requests for end users to click on Ads or take other actions; (iii) Ads served to end users whose browsers have JavaScript disabled or who are otherwise tampering with ad serving or measurement; (iv) any click, impression, query, conversion, or other event occurring on a Property that does not comply with the Doceree Policies; (v) any click, impression, query, conversion, or other event occurring on a Property associated with another Doceree Account you use; and (vi) all clicks, impressions, queries, conversions, or other events in any Account with significant amounts of invalid activity, as described in (i-v) above or with the types of invalid activity indicating intentional misconduct. In the event Doceree detects invalid activity, either before or after issuing a payment for that activity, Doceree reserves the right to debit your Account, and adjust future payments accordingly, for all invalid clicks, impressions, queries, conversions, or other events including for all clicks, impressions, queries, conversions, or other events on Properties that do not comply with the Doceree Policies.


Additionally, Doceree may refund or credit advertisers for some or all of the advertiser payments associated with a publisher's Account. You acknowledge and agree that, whenever Doceree issues such refunds or credits, you will not be entitled to receive any payment for any associated use of the Services.

6. Termination, Suspension, and Entitlement to Further Payment

Doceree may at any time, without providing a warning or prior notice, temporarily suspend further payments on your Account, suspend or terminate the participation of any Property in the Services, or suspend or terminate your Account because of, among other reasons, invalid activity or your failure to otherwise fully comply with the Doceree Policies. Doceree can terminate your participation in the Services, and close your Account, if your Account remains inactive for a period of 6 or more consecutive months. If Doceree closes your Account due to inactivity, and the balance reflected in your Account equals or exceeds the applicable threshold, we will pay you that balance, subject to our payment provisions in Section 5. If Doceree closes your Account due to inactivity, you will not be prevented from submitting a new application to use the Services.

If Doceree terminates your Account due to your breach of the Doceree Terms, including, but not limited to, your causing or failing to prevent invalid activity on any Property, or your failure to otherwise fully comply with the Doceree Policies, you will not be entitled to any further payment from Doceree for any prior use of the Services. If you breach the Doceree Terms or Doceree suspends or terminates your Account, you (i) are prohibited from creating a new Account, and (ii) may not be permitted to monetize content on other Doceree products.

If you dispute any payment made or withheld relating to your use of the Services, or, if Doceree terminates your Account and you dispute your termination, you must notify Doceree within 30 days of any such payment, non-payment, or termination by submitting an appeal. If you do not, any claim related to the disputed payment or your termination is waived.

You may terminate your use of the Services at any time by completing the account cancellation process. Your Doceree Account will be considered terminated within 10 business days of Doceree's receipt of your notice. If you terminate your Account and the balance reflected in your Account equals or exceeds the applicable threshold, we will pay you that balance, subject to the payment provisions in Section 5, within approximately 90 days after the end of the calendar month in which you terminated your use of the Services. Any balance reflected in your Account below the applicable threshold will remain unpaid.

7. Taxes

As between you and Doceree, Doceree is responsible for all taxes (if any) associated with the transactions between Doceree and advertisers in connection with Ads displayed on the Properties. You are responsible for all taxes (if any) associated with payments to you in relation to the Services. All payments to you from Doceree in relation to the Services will be treated as inclusive of tax (if applicable) and will not be adjusted.

8. Testing; Beta Features

Doceree may periodically conduct tests that may affect your use of the Services. Doceree shall use its best efforts to limit such tests to avoid adverse effects to you. You acknowledge that these tests are to ensure the timeliness and validity of Doceree’s services, and that you shall not be entitled to notice or compensation related to the tests, or any impact from such tests.

As Doceree develops and adds features to its Program, certain Program features may be identified as “Beta” or as otherwise unsupported or temporary (“Beta Features”). You may not disclose any information from Beta Features or the terms or existence of any non-public Beta Features. Doceree may cease providing beta feature(s) at any time in its discretion, and may not, in its discretion, provide any technical support services in relation to beta features. Beta Features shall be considered Doceree’s Confidential Information.

9. Intellectual Property; Brand Features

Other than as set out expressly in the Agreement, neither party will acquire any right, title, or interest in any intellectual property rights belonging to the other party or to the other party's licensors.

If Doceree provides you with software in connection with the Services, we grant you a non-exclusive, non-sublicensable license for use of such software. This license is for the sole purpose of enabling you to use and enjoy the benefit of the Services as provided by Doceree, in the manner permitted by the Agreement. You may not copy, modify, distribute, sell, or lease any part of our Services or included software, or reverse engineer or attempt to extract the source code of that software, unless laws prohibit those restrictions, or you have our written permission. You will not remove, obscure, or alter Doceree's copyright notice, Brand Features, or other proprietary rights notices affixed to or contained within any Doceree services, software, or documentation.

We grant you a non-exclusive, non-sublicensable license to use Doceree's trade names, trademarks, service marks, logos, domain names, and other distinctive brand features ("Brand Features") solely in connection with your use of the Services and in accordance with the Doceree Terms. We may revoke this license at any time. Any goodwill arising from your use of Doceree's Brand Features will belong to Doceree.

We may include your name and Brand Features in our presentations, marketing materials, customer lists and financial reports.

10. Privacy

Our privacy policy explains how we treat your personal data and protect your privacy when you use our Services. By using our Services, you agree that Doceree can use such data in accordance with our privacy policy, which is available here.

You will ensure that at all times you use the Services, the Properties have a clearly labeled and easily accessible privacy policy that provides end users with clear and comprehensive information about cookies, device-specific information, location information and other information stored on, accessed on, or collected from end users' devices in connection with the Services, including, as applicable, information about end users' options for cookie management. You will use commercially reasonable efforts to ensure that an end user gives consent to the storing and accessing of cookies, device-specific information, location information, or other information on the end user's device in connection with the Services where such consent is required by law.

11. Confidentiality

You agree not to disclose Doceree Confidential Information without our prior written consent. "Doceree Confidential Information" includes: (a) all Doceree software, technology and documentation relating to the Services; (b) click-through rates or other statistics relating to Property performance as pertaining to the Services; (c) the existence of, information about, or the terms of, any non-public beta or experimental features in a Service; and (d) any other information made available by Doceree that is marked confidential or would normally be considered confidential under the circumstances in which it is presented. Doceree Confidential Information does not include information that you already knew prior to your use of the Services, that becomes public through no fault of yours, that was independently developed by you, or that was lawfully given to you by a third party. Notwithstanding this section, you may accurately disclose the amount of Doceree's gross payments resulting from your use of the Services.

12. Indemnity

You agree to indemnify and defend Doceree, its affiliates, agents, and advertisers from and against any and all third-party claims and liabilities arising out of or related to the Properties, including any content served on the Properties that is not provided by Doceree; your use of the Services; or your breach of any term of the Doceree Terms. Doceree's advertisers are third-party beneficiaries of this indemnity.

13. Representations; Warranties; Disclaimers

You represent and warrant that (i) you have full power and authority to enter into the Doceree Terms; (ii) you are the owner of, or are legally authorized to act on behalf of the owner of, each Property; (iii) you are the technical and editorial decision maker in relation to each Property on which the Services are implemented and you have control over the way in which the Services are implemented on each Property; (iv) Doceree has never previously terminated or otherwise disabled a Doceree Account created by you due to your breach of the Doceree Terms, including due to invalid activity; (v) entering into or performing under the Doceree Terms will not violate any agreement you have with a third party or any third-party rights; and (vi) all of the information provided by you to Doceree is correct and current.

OTHER THAN AS EXPRESSLY SET OUT IN THE DOCEREE TERMS, WE DO NOT MAKE ANY PROMISES ABOUT THE SERVICES. FOR EXAMPLE, DOCEREE MAY REFUSE TO SERVE ADVERTISEMENTS AND OTHER CONTENT ("ADS"). WE DO NOT GUARANTEE THAT EVERY PAGE WILL RECEIVE ADS OR THAT DOCEREE WILL SERVE A CERTAIN NUMBER OF ADS. ADDITIONALLY, WE DO NOT MAKE ANY COMMITMENTS ABOUT THE CONTENT WITHIN THE SERVICES, THE SPECIFIC FUNCTION OF THE SERVICES, OR THEIR PROFITABILITY, RELIABILITY, AVAILABILITY, OR ABILITY TO MEET YOUR NEEDS. WE PROVIDE EACH SERVICE "AS IS".

TO THE EXTENT PERMITTED BY LAW, WE EXCLUDE ALL WARRANTIES, EXPRESS, STATUTORY, OR IMPLIED. WE EXPRESSLY DISCLAIM THE WARRANTIES OR CONDITIONS OF NONINFRINGEMENT, MERCHANTABILITY, AND FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR PURPOSE.

14. Limitation of Liability

TO THE EXTENT PERMITTED BY LAW, EXCEPT FOR ANY INDEMNIFICATION OBLIGATIONS HEREUNDER OR YOUR BREACH OF ANY INTELLECTUAL PROPERTY RIGHTS, CONFIDENTIALITY OBLIGATIONS, AND/OR PROPRIETARY INTERESTS RELATING TO THE DOCEREE TERMS, (i) IN NO EVENT SHALL EITHER PARTY BE LIABLE UNDER THE DOCEREE TERMS FOR ANY CONSEQUENTIAL, SPECIAL, INDIRECT, EXEMPLARY, OR PUNITIVE DAMAGES WHETHER IN CONTRACT, TORT, OR ANY OTHER THEORY, EVEN IF SUCH PARTY HAS BEEN ADVISED OF THE POSSIBILITY OF SUCH DAMAGES AND NOTWITHSTANDING ANY FAILURE OF ESSENTIAL PURPOSE OF ANY LIMITED REMEDY, AND (ii) EACH PARTY'S AGGREGATE LIABILITY UNDER THE DOCEREE TERMS IS LIMITED TO THE NET AMOUNT RECEIVED AND RETAINED BY THAT PARTICULAR PARTY IN CONNECTION WITH THESE DOCEREE TERMS DURING THE THREE MONTH PERIOD IMMEDIATELY PRECEDING THE DATE OF THE CLAIM. Each party acknowledges that the other party has entered into the Doceree Terms relying on the limitations of liability stated herein and that those limitations are an essential basis of the bargain between the parties.

15. Miscellaneous

a. Entire Agreement; Amendments

The Doceree Terms are our entire agreement relating to your use of the Services and supersede any prior or contemporaneous agreements on that subject. The Doceree Terms may be amended (i) in a writing signed by both parties that expressly states that it is amending the Doceree Terms, or (ii) as set forth in Section 4, if you keep using the Services after Doceree modifies the Doceree Terms.

b. Assignment

You may not assign or transfer any of your rights under the Doceree Terms.

c. Independent Contractors

The parties are independent contractors and the Doceree Terms do not create an agency, partnership, or joint venture.

d. No Third-Party Beneficiaries

Other than as set forth in Section 12, the Doceree Terms do not create any third-party beneficiary rights.

e. No Waiver

Other than as set forth in Section 6, the failure of either party to enforce any provision of the Doceree Terms will not constitute a waiver.

f. Severability

If it turns out that a particular term of the Doceree Terms is not enforceable, the balance of the Doceree Terms will remain in full force and effect.

g. Survival

Sections 5, 6, 8, 12, 14, and 15 of these Terms of Service will survive termination.

h. Governing Law; Venue

All claims arising out of or relating to the Doceree Terms or the Services will be governed by the laws of the State of New Jersey law. All claims arising out of or relating to these terms or the programs will be litigated exclusively in the federal or state courts of New Jersey, and the parties consent to personal jurisdiction in these courts.

i. Force Majeure

Neither party will be liable for inadequate performance to the extent caused by a condition (for example, natural disaster, act of war or terrorism, riot, labor condition, governmental action, and Internet disturbance) that was beyond the party's reasonable control.

j. Communications

In connection with your use of the Services, we may contact you regarding service announcements, administrative messages, and other information. You may opt out of some of those communications in your Account settings. For information about how to contact Doceree, please visit our contact page.

These Doceree Inc Advertising Program Terms (“Terms”) are entered into by Doceree Inc(“Doceree”) and the entity executing these Terms or that accepts these Terms electronically (“Customer”). These Terms govern Customer’s participation in Doceree’s advertising programs and services (collectively, “Programs”) that are accessible through the account(s) given to Customer in connection with these Terms. Please read these Terms carefully. They require the use of binding individual arbitration to resolve disputes rather than jury trials or class actions. If Customer wishes, Customer may opt out of the requirement to arbitrate disputes by following the instructions in Section 13(F) below within 30 days of the first acceptance date of any version of these Terms containing an arbitration provision.

1. Programs

Customer authorizes Doceree and its affiliates to place Customer’s advertising materials (collectively, “Ads” or “Creative”) on any content or property (each a “Property”) provided by Doceree or its affiliates on behalf of Doceree or, as applicable, a third party (“Partner”). As between Doceree and Customer, Customer is solely responsible for all: (i) the creation and format of Ads, (ii) trafficking or targeting decisions for Ads (“Targets”), (iii) destinations to which Ads direct viewers (e.g., landing pages, mobile applications) along with the related URLs, waypoints, and redirects (“Destinations”), and (iv) services and products advertised on Destinations (collectively, “Services”). Customer’s Ads must be in compliance with Doceree’s Ad Guideline Policy, accessible here. The Program is an advertising platform on which Customer authorizes Doceree and its affiliates to use automated tools to place Ads. Doceree and its affiliates may also make available to Customer certain optional features to assist Customer with the selection or generation of Targets, Ads, or Destinations. Customer is not required to authorize use of these optional features and, as applicable, may opt-in to or opt- out of usage of these features. Customer’s use of these features does not change Customer’s sole responsibility for the Ads, Targets, and Destinations. Doceree and its affiliates or Partners may reject or remove a specific Ad, Target, or Destination at any time for any or no reason. Doceree and its affiliates may modify or cancel features at any time. Customer acknowledges that Doceree or its affiliates may participate in auctions for media purchases for Targets which may be of interest to Customer, in support of Doceree’s own services and products. Customer authorizes Doceree to reformat Ads for optimal function in a Program. Customer grants Doceree the right to reproduce Ads in Doceree’s promotional materials, as examples of Doceree’s Services.

As Doceree develops and adds features to its Program, certain Program features may be identified as “Beta” or as otherwise unsupported or confidential (“Beta Features”). Customer may not disclose any information from Beta Features or the terms or existence of any non-public Beta Features. Doceree may cease providing beta feature(s) at any time in its discretion, and may not, in its discretion, provide any technical support services in relation to beta features.

2. Policies

Customer is solely responsible for its use of the Programs (e.g., access to and use of Program accounts and safeguarding usernames and passwords) (“Use”). Program Use is subject to applicable Doceree Content Policy, Privacy Policy, Program Policy, Partner Policy, and all Doceree policies which are made known to Customer, in each case, as modified from time to time (collectively “Policies”). Customer will not, and may not authorize or direct any third party to, (i) generate automated, fraudulent or otherwise invalid impressions, inquiries, clicks or conversions, (ii) conceal conversions for Programs where they are required to be disclosed, (iii) use any automated means or form of scraping or data extraction to access, query or otherwise collect Doceree advertising-related information from any Property except as expressly permitted by Doceree, or (iv) attempt to interfere with the functioning of the Programs. Customer will direct communications regarding Ads on Partner Properties under these Terms only to Doceree.

3. Ad Serving

Customer may utilize an Ad server solely for serving or tracking Ads under Programs that permit third-party Ad serving and only if the Ad server has been authorized by Doceree to participate in the Program. Doceree will implement Customer’s Ad server tags so that they are functional.

For online display Ad impressions billed on a CPM or vCPM basis (“Display Ads”), if Doceree’s applicable impression count (“IC”) for a Program is higher than Customer’s third-party Ad server (“3PAS”) IC by more than 10% over the invoice period, Customer shall be responsible for facilitating reconciliation between Doceree and the 3PAS. If this discrepancy is not resolved, and Customer wishes a credit from Doceree, Customer’s sole remedy is to make a claim within 60 days after the invoice date (“Claim Period”). If Doceree determines that the claim is valid, then Doceree will issue to Customer advertising credits equal to (90% of Doceree’s IC minus 3PAS’s IC), multiplied by Doceree’s reported campaign average CPM or vCPM, as applicable, over the invoice period. Any advertising credits issued must be used by Customer within 60 days of issuance (“Use-By Date”). Doceree may suspend Customer’s permission to utilize that 3PAS provider and may suspend or void the effectiveness of the discrepancy resolution provisions of this Section for that 3PAS provider. Metrics from 3PAS whose Ad server tags are provided to Doceree will be used in the above discrepancy resolution calculations. Doceree may require that discrepancy records be provided directly by 3PAS to Doceree. Customer will not be credited for discrepancies caused by 3PAS’s inability to serve Ads.

4. Testing

Customer acknowledges that Doceree and its affiliates will periodically conduct tests that may affect Customer’s Use of Programs, including Ad formatting, Targets, Destinations, quality, ranking, performance, pricing, and auction-time bid adjustments. Doceree shall use its best efforts to limit such tests to avoid adverse effects to Customer. Customer acknowledges that these tests are to ensure the timeliness and validity of Doceree’s services, and that Customer shall not be entitled to notice or compensation related to the tests or any impact from such tests.

5. Ad Cancellation

Unless a Policy, the Program user interface, or an agreement referencing these Terms (an “IO”) provides otherwise, either party may cancel any Ad at any time before the earlier of Ad auction or placement, but if Customer cancels an Ad after a commitment date provided by Doceree (e.g., a reservation-based campaign), then Customer is responsible for any cancellation fees communicated by Doceree to Customer, and the Ad may still be published. Cancelled Ads will generally cease serving within 8 business hours or as described in a Policy or IO, and Customer remains obligated to pay all charges resulting from served Ads (e.g., fees based on conversion). Customer must effect cancellation of Ads (i) online through Customer’s account, if the functionality is available, (ii) via email to Customer’s account representative at Doceree, or (iii) if Customer does not have an account representative, via email to ads-support@Doceree.com.

7.Warranty, Rights, and Obligations

Customer warrants that (a) Customer holds all rights or is otherwise authorized to use, transmit, display, and reproduce the Ads, Destinations, and Targets, and (b) all information and authorizations provided by Customer are complete, correct and current. Customer hereby grants to Doceree, its affiliates and Partners, the right to use, transmit, display, and reproduce the Ads, Destinations, and Targets, all in and for the operation of the Doceree Programs (including, in the case of feed data, after Customer ceases to use the Programs). Customer authorizes Doceree and its affiliates to automate retrieval and analysis of, and create test credentials to access, Destinations for the purposes of the Programs. By providing any mobile or other telephone number to Doceree in connection with the Programs, Customer authorizes Doceree, its affiliates and their agents to call and send text messages (for which standard message and data rates may apply) to the provided telephone numbers, including by an automatic telephone dialing system, for purposes of the Programs. Doceree will not initiate autodialed calls or text messages for marketing purposes. Customer further authorizes Doceree, its affiliates and their agents to send electronic mail to Customer for purposes of the Programs. Customer warrants that it is authorized to act on behalf of, and has bound to these Terms, each third party, if any, for which Customer advertises in connection with these Terms (“Advertiser”) and any references to Customer in these Terms will also apply to any such Advertiser as applicable. Customer shall be liable for any obligation on behalf of Customer or Advertiser under these Terms. If Customer is using a Program on its own behalf to advertise, for that use Customer will be deemed to be both Customer and Advertiser. Doceree shall only communicate directly with an Advertiser upon Customer’s written request.

8. Make-Goods

For reservation-based Display Ads, Doceree will deliver any agreed on aggregate number of Display Ads by the end of the campaign, but if Doceree fails to do so, then Customer’s sole remedy is to make a claim during the Claim Period. If Doceree confirms the accuracy of the claim, then Doceree will not charge Customer for the undelivered Display Ads or, if Customer has already paid, at Doceree’s reasonable discretion, Doceree will provide for (i) advertising credits, which must be used by the Use-By Date, (ii) placement of the Display Ads in a position Doceree deems comparable within 60 days of Doceree’s confirmation of the accuracy of the claim or (iii) an extension of the term of the campaign. Doceree cannot assure that any auction-based Ads will be delivered and therefore make-goods do not apply to auction-based Ads.

9. Payment

Customer will pay all charges incurred in connection with a Program, using a payment method approved by Doceree for that Customer (as modified from time to time), within a commercially reasonable time period specified by Doceree (e.g., in the Program user interface or IO). All payments are non-refundable. Late payments bear interest at the rate of 1.5% per month (or the highest rate permitted by law, if less). Payments due to Doceree are exclusive of taxes and bank or credit card processing fees. Customer will pay (i) all taxes and other government charges and (ii) reasonable expenses and legal fees Doceree incurs in collecting late payments that are not disputed in good faith. Charges are based on the billing criteria under the applicable Program (e.g., based on clicks, impressions, views or conversions). Any portion of a charge not disputed in good faith must be paid in full. No party may offset any payment due under these Terms against any other payment to be made under these Terms. Doceree may, in its sole discretion, extend, revise or revoke credit at any time. Doceree is not obligated to deliver any Ads in excess of any credit limit.

If Customer disputes a charge, Customer must notify Doceree in writing within seven (7) days of notification of the charge (“Claim Period”). In the event of an asserted dispute over a charge, Customer remains responsible to pay any undisputed amounts then due.

If Doceree does not deliver Ads to the selected Targets or Destinations, then Customer’s sole remedy is to make a claim for advertising credits within the Claim Period, after which Doceree will issue the credits following claim validation which must be used by the Use-By Date. Customer understands that third parties may generate impressions or clicks on Customer’s Ads for prohibited or improper purposes and if that happens, Customer’s sole remedy is to make a claim for advertising credits within the Claim Period, after which Doceree will issue the credits following claim validation, which must be used by the Use-By Date. TO THE FULLEST EXTENT PERMITTED BY LAW, (A) CUSTOMER WAIVES ALL CLAIMS RELATING TO ANY PROGRAM CHARGES UNLESS A CLAIM IS MADE WITHIN THE CLAIM PERIOD AND (B) THE ISSUANCE OF ADVERTISING CREDITS (IF ANY) IS AT DOCEREE’S REASONABLE DISCRETION AND IF ISSUED, MUST BE USED BY THE USE-BY DATE.

10. Disclaimers

TO THE FULLEST EXTENT PERMITTED BY LAW, DOCEREE, ON BEHALF OF ITSELF AND ITS PARTNERS AND AFFILIATES, DISCLAIMS ALL WARRANTIES, WHETHER IMPLIED, STATUTORY OR OTHERWISE, INCLUDING FOR NON- INFRINGEMENT, SATISFACTORY QUALITY, MERCHANTABILITY AND FITNESS FOR ANY PURPOSE, AS WELL AS ANY WARRANTIES ARISING OUT OF ANY COURSE OF DEALING OR USAGE OF TRADE. TO THE FULLEST EXTENT PERMITTED BY LAW, THE PROGRAMS AND DOCEREE AND PARTNER PROPERTIES ARE PROVIDED “AS IS,” “AS AVAILABLE” AND “WITH ALL FAULTS,” AND CUSTOMER USES THEM AT ITS OWN RISK. DOCEREE, ITS AFFILIATES, AND ITS PARTNERS DO NOT MAKE ANY GUARANTEE IN CONNECTION WITH THE PROGRAMS OR PROGRAM RESULTS. DOCEREE MAKES NO PROMISE TO INFORM CUSTOMER OF DEFECTS OR ERRORS.

11. Indemnification

Customer will defend and indemnify Doceree, its Partners, agents, affiliates, and licensors against all liabilities, damages, losses, costs, fees (including legal fees), and expenses relating to any third-party allegation or legal proceeding to the extent arising out of or related to Ads, Targets, Destinations, Services, Use or any breach of these Terms by Customer. Partners are intended third-party beneficiaries of this Section.

12. Limitation of Liability

EXCEPT FOR SECTION 10, TO THE FULLEST EXTENT PERMITTED BY LAW REGARDLESS OF THE THEORY OR TYPE OF CLAIM: (a) DOCEREE, CUSTOMER, AND THEIR RESPECTIVE AFFILIATES WILL NOT BE HELD LIABLE UNDER THESE TERMS OR ARISING OUT OF OR RELATED TO THESE TERMS FOR ANY DAMAGES OTHER THAN DIRECT DAMAGES, EVEN IF THE PARTY IS AWARE OR SHOULD KNOW THAT SUCH OTHER TYPES OF DAMAGES ARE POSSIBLE AND EVEN IF DIRECT DAMAGES DO NOT SATISFY A REMEDY; AND (b) OTHER THAN CUSTOMER’S PAYMENT OBLIGATIONS UNDER THESE TERMS, DOCEREE AND ITS AFFILIATES WILL NOT BE HELD LIABLE FOR DAMAGES UNDER THESE TERMS OR ARISING OUT OF OR RELATED TO PERFORMANCE OF THESE TERMS FOR ANY GIVEN EVENT OR SERIES OF CONNECTED EVENTS IN THE AGGREGATE OF MORE THAN THE AMOUNT PAID TO DOCEREE BY CUSTOMER UNDER THE TERMS IN THE THIRTY DAYS BEFORE THE DATE OF THE ACTIVITY FIRST GIVING RISE TO THE CLAIM.

13. Changes to Terms

Doceree may make non-material changes to these Terms at any time without notice, but Doceree will provide advance notice of any material changes to these Terms. The Terms will be posted at the legal section on www.doceree.com. Other than changes made under Section 13(G), the changes to the Terms will not apply retroactively and will become effective 7 days after posting. However, changes made for legal reasons will be effective immediately upon notice. Either party may terminate these Terms at any time with notice to the other party, but (i) campaigns not cancelled under Section 5 and new campaigns may be run and reserved and (ii) continued Program Use is, in each case, subject to Doceree’s terms and conditions then in effect for the Programs. Doceree may suspend Customer’s ability to participate in the Programs at any time. In all cases, the running of any Customer campaigns after termination is in Doceree’s sole discretion.

14. Dispute Resolution Agreement

a. Arbitration of disputes

Arbitration of disputes Doceree and Customer agree to arbitrate all disputes and claims between Doceree and Customer that arise out of or relate in any way to the Programs or these Terms. This agreement to arbitrate (“Dispute Resolution Agreement” or “Section 13”) is intended to be broadly interpreted and includes, for example:

  • claims brought under any legal theory;
  • claims that arose before Customer first accepted any version of these Terms containing an arbitration provision;
  • claims that may arise after the termination of Customer’s Use of the Programs;
  • claims brought by or against Doceree, Doceree affiliates that provide the Programs to Customer, Doceree parent companies, and the respective officers, directors, employees, agents, predecessors, successors, and assigns of these entities; and
  • claims brought by or against Customer, its affiliates and parent companies Customer, and officers, directors, employees, agents, predecessors, successors, and assigns of these entities.

This Dispute Resolution Agreement does not preclude any party from seeking a preliminary injunction or temporary restraining order until a claim is arbitrated, or from bringing an action in small claims court, in any court that has jurisdiction; provided that, as limited by Section 13(C) below, the arbitrator will have exclusive jurisdiction to finally resolve claims not within the jurisdiction of a small claims court. Nor does this Dispute Resolution Agreement bar any party from bringing issues to the attention of federal, state, or local agencies.

Doceree and Customer Advertiser agree that, by entering into this arbitration agreement, all parties are waiving their respective rights to a trial by jury or to participate in a class or representative action. The Federal Arbitration Act governs the interpretation and enforcement of this Dispute Resolution Agreement. With respect to all disputes or claims that arise out of or relate in any way to the Programs or these Terms, this Dispute Resolution Agreement supersedes any contrary terms regarding dispute resolution in any other agreement between the parties.

b. Notice of disputes

If any party intends to seek arbitration of a dispute, that party must provide the other party with notice in writing (“Notice of Dispute”). The Notice of Dispute must be sent to Doceree at legal@doceree.com, and to Customer at its primary email address. Doceree and Customer each agree to receive legal notice at those addresses, which addresses may be updated by written notice to the other party. Customer’s Notice of Dispute to Doceree must provide, as applicable, (a) Customer’s name and mailing address, (b) the email address Customer uses to log into Customer’s account, (c) the Ads Customer ID(s), (d) the Case Number(s) assigned by Doceree to track previous attempts to resolve the dispute, (e) a description of the dispute, including identification of the relevant campaigns, and (f) a statement of the relief requested.

c. Settlement discussion

The parties agree to set up a meeting with their respective principals to resolve the dispute. If the parties are unable or unwilling to resolve the dispute within 60 days after the Notice of Dispute is submitted, the dispute will be submitted for resolution by arbitration upon one party sending the other party and the American Arbitration Association (“AAA”) a demand for arbitration. For the avoidance of doubt, no arbitration demand may be submitted until at least 60 days after submission of the Notice of Dispute. A demand for arbitration must be sent to the other party’s Notice Address and entitled “Demand for Arbitration.”

d. Arbitration procedures

The arbitration will be governed by the AAA’s Commercial Arbitration Rules ("AAA Rules"), as modified by these Terms, and will be administered by the AAA. Unless the parties agree otherwise, the Expedited Procedures of the AAA Rules will apply to any claim of $75,000 or less. The AAA Rules are available online at adr.org or by calling the AAA at 1-800-778-7879. If the AAA is unavailable, the parties will agree to another arbitration provider or the court will appoint a substitute. To the fullest extent permitted by applicable law, any evidentiary submissions made in arbitration will be maintained as confidential in the absence of good cause for its disclosure. The arbitrator’s award will be maintained as confidential only to the extent necessary to protect either party’s trade secrets or proprietary business information or to comply with a legal requirement mandating confidentiality.

Unless the parties agree otherwise, any arbitration hearings will take place in the county (or parish) of Customer’s principal place of business. If the value of Customer’s claim is $25,000 or less, Customer may choose whether the arbitration will be conducted solely on the basis of documents submitted to the arbitrator, by telephone, or by an in-person hearing. If the value of Customer’s claim exceeds $25,000, the right to a hearing will be determined by the AAA Rules. Regardless of the manner in which the arbitration is conducted, the arbitrator will issue a reasoned written decision sufficient to explain the essential findings and conclusions on which the decision is based. All issues are for the arbitrator to decide, except that only a court of competent jurisdiction may decide issues relating to the scope and enforceability of this arbitration provision, the arbitrability of disputes, or the interpretation of Section 13(E). The arbitrator will not be bound by rulings in other arbitrations in which Customer or Advertiser is not a party. The arbitrator can award the same individualized damages and relief that a court can award. Judgment on the award may be entered by any court having jurisdiction.

e. Costs of arbitration

The AAA’s fee schedule is subject to change and may be found in the AAA Rules (available online at adr.org or by calling the AAA at 1-800-778-7879). Doceree will pay all AAA filing, administrative, and arbitrator fees for any arbitration that Doceree commences. If Customer commenced arbitration at least 60 days after submitting the Notice of Dispute to Doceree, and the value of Customer’s claim is $75,000 or less, Doceree will pay Customer’s share of any such AAA fees. If the value of Customer’s claim is between $75,000 and $300,000, Customer’s share of any such fees will be capped at $200 (unless the law of Customer’s state requires Doceree to pay all such fees). If the value of Customer’s claim exceeds $300,000, the allocation of AAA fees will be governed by the AAA Rules. But the arbitrator may reallocate the fees to require Doceree to pay all fees if Customer cannot afford to pay them. If, however, the arbitrator finds that either the substance of Customer’s claim or the relief sought is frivolous or brought for an improper purpose (as measured by the standards in Federal Rule of Civil Procedure 11(b)), then the payment of all AAA fees will be governed by the AAA Rules. In such cases, the arbitrator may direct Customer or Advertiser to reimburse Doceree for amounts that Doceree paid on Customer’s behalf.

f. No class or representative arbitration

The arbitrator may award declaratory or injunctive relief only in favor of the individual party seeking relief and only to the extent necessary to provide relief warranted by that party’s individual claim without affecting other Doceree users or other customers or advertisers. CUSTOMER AND DOCEREE AGREE THAT EACH MAY BRING CLAIMS AGAINST THE OTHER ONLY IN ITS INDIVIDUAL CAPACITY, AND NOT AS A PLAINTIFF OR CLASS MEMBER IN ANY PURPORTED CLASS, REPRESENTATIVE, OR PRIVATE ATTORNEY GENERAL PROCEEDING. Further, unless all affected parties agree otherwise, the arbitrator may not consolidate more than one Customer’s claims and may not otherwise preside over any form of a representative or class proceeding. If a court decides that applicable law precludes enforcement of any of this subsection’s limitations as to a particular claim for relief, then that claim (and only that claim) must be severed from the arbitration and may be brought in court.

g. 30-day opt out period

Customer has the right to opt out of this Dispute Resolution Agreement. A Customer who does not wish to be bound by this Dispute Resolution Agreement (including its waiver of class and representative claims) must notify Doceree as set forth below within 30 days of the first acceptance date of any version of these Terms containing an arbitration provision (unless a longer period is required by applicable law).

h. Future changes to Dispute Resolution Agreement

If Doceree makes any changes to this Dispute Resolution Agreement (other than a change to Doceree’s Notice Address), Customer may reject any such change by notifying Doceree via webform as set forth in Section 13(F) within 30 days of the change. It is not necessary to submit a rejection of the future change to this Dispute Resolution Agreement if Customer had properly opted out of arbitration in compliance with the requirements of Section 13(F). By rejecting a future change, Customer is agreeing that it will arbitrate any dispute in accordance with the language of this Dispute Resolution Agreement, as modified by any changes that Customer did not reject.

15. Confidentiality

Customer agrees not to disclose Doceree Confidential Information without Doceree’s prior written consent. "Doceree Confidential Information" includes: (a) all Doceree software, technology and documentation relating to the Services; (b) click-through rates or other statistics relating to the Services; (c) the existence of, information about, or the terms of, any non-public beta or experimental features in a Service; and (d) any other information made available by Doceree that is marked confidential or would normally be considered confidential under the circumstances in which it is presented. Doceree Confidential Information does not include information that you already knew prior to your use of the Services, that becomes public through no fault of yours, that was independently developed by you, or that was lawfully given to you by a third party. Notwithstanding this section, you may accurately disclose the amount paid to Doceree resulting from your use of the Services.

16. Miscellaneous

  • ALL CLAIMS ARISING OUT OF OR RELATING TO THESE TERMS OR THE PROGRAMS WILL BE GOVERNED BY NEW JERSEY LAW, EXCLUDING NEW JERSEY’S CONFLICT OF LAWS RULES, EXCEPT TO THE EXTENT THAT NEW JERSEY LAW IS CONTRARY TO OR PREEMPTED BY FEDERAL LAW.
  • EXCEPT AS PROVIDED IN SECTION 13, ALL CLAIMS ARISING OUT OF OR RELATING TO THESE TERMS OR THE PROGRAMS WILL BE LITIGATED EXCLUSIVELY IN THE FEDERAL OR STATE COURTS OF NEW JERSEY; THE PARTIES CONSENT TO PERSONAL JURISDICTION IN THESE COURTS.
  • These Terms are the parties’ entire agreement relating to their subject matter and supersede any prior or contemporaneous agreements on those subjects.
  • Customer may not make any public statement regarding the relationship contemplated by these Terms (except when required by law).
  • Except as provided in Section 13, all notices of termination or breach must be in writing and addressed to the other party’s Legal Department (or if it is not known if the other party has a Legal Department then to the other party's primary contact or other address on file). The email address for notices being sent to Doceree’s Legal Department is legal@doceree.com. Except as provided in Section 13, all other notices to Customer will be in writing and sent to an email address associated with Customer’s account, and all other notices to Doceree will be in writing and addressed to Customer’s primary contact at Doceree or other method made available by Doceree. Notice will be treated as given on receipt, as confirmed by written or electronic means. These notice requirements do not apply to legal service of process, which is instead governed by applicable law.
  • Except for modifications to these Terms by Doceree under Section 12, any amendment must be agreed to by both parties and must expressly state that it is amending these Terms. Neither party will be treated as having waived any rights by not exercising (or by delaying the exercise of) any rights under these Terms.
  • If any provision of these Terms is found unenforceable, that provision will be severed and the balance of the Terms will remain in full force and effect.
  • Neither party may assign any of its rights or obligations under these Terms without the written consent of the other party, except to an affiliate, where written notice must be provided to the other party. Any assignee shall be bound by these Terms, and the assigning party remains liable for obligations under these Terms. Any other attempt to transfer or assign is void.
  • Except as set for in Section 10, there are no third-party beneficiaries to these Terms.
  • These Terms do not create any agency, partnership or joint venture among the parties.
  • Sections 1 and 8 through 14 will survive termination of these Terms.
  • Force Majeure. Neither party will be liable for inadequate performance to the extent caused by a condition (for example, natural disaster, act of war or terrorism, riot, labor condition, governmental action, and Internet disturbance) that was beyond the party's reasonable control.

In addition to the Doceree ad placement policies, publishers must also abide by the following application- specific implementation policies:

  • Ads should not be placed very close to or underneath buttons or any other object such that the placement of the ad interferes with a user’s typical interaction with the app or ad.
  • Ads should not be placed in a location that covers up or hides any area that users have interest in viewing during typical interaction. Ads should not be placed in areas where users will randomly click or place their fingers on the screen.
  • Ads should not be placed on a 'dead end' screen. There must be a way to exit a screen without clicking the ad (for example, a 'back' or 'menu' button). Otherwise, the user should be notified that the home button will exit the application.
  • Ads should not be placed in applications that are running in the background of the device or outside of the app environment. It should be clear to the user which application the ad is associated with or implemented in. Examples include ads served in widgets; ads launched before the app has opened or after the app has closed.
  • Ads should not be placed in a way that prevents viewing the app’s core content. Ads should not be placed in a way that interferes with navigating or interacting with the app’s core content and functionality. Examples include: an interstitial ad triggered every time a user clicks within the app.
  • Publishers are not permitted to place ads on any non-content-based pages such as thank you, error, log in, or exit screens. These are the screens that visitors may see upon launching the app, before potentially leaving the app or after performing a specific action on the screen such as a purchase or download. Ads that are the main focus on these types of screens can confuse a visitor into thinking that the ads are actual content, so do not place ads on such screens.

1. Displaying a third-party site in your app

When an app displays someone else's site within a frame, this is considered framing content. Publishers are not permitted to frame third party content and monetize it without permission from the owners of that content.

If a publisher owns the content, it can be framed in their app and monetized. However, if the framed content is already being monetized by Doceree Ads, the framed content should not contain any additional code for Doceree inside the version on the mobile app.

2. Sub-syndication and ad network mediation

Publishers may not enter into sub-syndication relationships (i.e., Doceree should have a direct relationship with the publisher, rather than through an intermediate party).

3. Restricted information sharing

  • Metrics: Publishers may not share access to the reporting console (unless with Doceree’s prior written consent on which metrics to share).
  • Code: Publishers may not share either source Doceree code or uncompiled Doceree code with any third party.

4. Personalized advertising

Doceree may use the advertising ID from the device on which the ad is serving to generate interests and demographics (for example, 'sports enthusiasts'). Interests, demographics, and other data may be used to serve better targeted ads to the user. Additionally, your app's privacy policy may need to be updated to reflect the use of personalized advertising (formerly known as interest-based advertising) served via the Doceree. Please take a moment to review your app's privacy policies and ensure that they are up-to-date. Because publisher pages and laws vary across countries, we're unable to suggest specific privacy policy language.

All publishers are required to adhere to the following policies, so please read them carefully. If you fail to comply with these policies without permission from Doceree, we reserve the right to disable ad serving to your app/website and/or disable your Doceree account at any time. If your account is disabled, you will not be eligible for further participation in the Doceree program.

Publishers are not permitted to place Doceree ads on pages with adult or mature content. While we recognize that interpretations of adult or mature content may vary across countries and cultures, we hold all publishers accountable to the same content requirements so that we can ensure a safe and healthy global advertising ecosystem.

If you’re unsure about whether or not something might be considered adult content, our general rule of thumb is this: if you wouldn’t want a child to see the content or you would be embarrassed to view the page at work in front of colleagues, then you should not place ad code on it.

1. Nudity and pornograph

Doceree ads may not be placed on pages that contain nudity or pornography. Examples include, but are not limited to, pages with images, videos, or descriptions containing:

  • pornographic images, videos, or games
  • pornographic cartoons or anime (hentai/ecchi)
  • nudity

2. Sexually gratifying content

Doceree ads may not be placed on content that is sexually suggestive and/or intended to cause sexual arousal. Examples of content that may be considered sexually gratifying include, but are not limited to:

  • close-ups of breasts, buttocks, or crotches
  • sheer or see-through clothing or lingerie
  • strategically covered nudity (includes situations in which genitals are blurred out by camera)
  • images of men or women posing and/or undressing in a seductive manner

3. Fetishes and sexual aids

Doceree ads may not be placed on pages that promote, sell, or discuss sexual fetishes, aids, devices, or enhancement tools.


A fetish may be an obsession or sexual desire in which gratification is dependent upon specific objects (diapers, food items, etc.), materials (leather, latex, etc), parts of a body (feet, toes, ears, etc.), or situations. Examples of types of fetishes and fetishistic practices may include, but are not limited to:

  • bestiality, necrophilia, incest, and voyeurism
  • role-playing, bondage, dominance and submission
  • sadomasochism, snuff

Doceree may consider something to be a sexual aid, device, or enhancement tool if it is used for sexual pleasure and/or to improve sexual experiences. This includes, but is not limited to:

  • sexual toys such as vibrators, dildos, personal lubricants
  • penis and breast enlargement tools and/or medications

Certain medications used to treat conditions like erectile dysfunction fall under our recreational drug policy.

4. Recreational drugs and drug-related content

We want to help keep people safe both online and offline, so we don't allow the promotion of some products or services that cause damage, harm, or injury. For this reason, Doceree ads may not be placed on pages that sell or promote recreational drugs and drug-related content including:

  • Promotion of substances that alter mental state for the purpose of recreation or otherwise induce "highs". Examples:
  • Cocaine, crystal meth, heroin, marijuana, cocaine substitutes, mephedrone, "legal highs"
  • Products or services marketed as facilitating recreational drug use. Examples:
  • Pipes, bongs, cannabis coffee shops
  • Instructional content about producing, purchasing, or using recreational drugs. Examples:
  • Forums to exchange tips or recommendations on drug use

Please be aware that the promotion of prohibited content includes providing links to contents that does not follow our recreational drugs and drug-related content policies.

5. Mail order brides, escort services, adult or sexual dating sites

Doceree ads may not be placed on any sites offering adult or sexual services, dating, companionship or erotic massages. Examples include, but are not limited to:

  • personal ads and/or sites for affairs and/or sexual encounters
  • escort services
  • mail order brides
  • erotic massage services

6. Adult links to external sites

Doceree ads may not be placed on pages that provide links for or drive traffic to adult or mature sites.

7. Comment spam

Doceree ads may not be placed on pages containing any form of comment spam (including adult language). Examples of comment spam include but are not limited to random sentences and/or portions of sentences to forum posts that have been copied and pasted from other sources, random and/or nonsensical words, and phrases that are unrelated to the topic. While we understand the challenges of monitoring user-generated content, we require publishers to monitor the pages upon which ad code appears.

8. What’s my responsibility with user-generated content?

As a publisher, you are responsible for ensuring that all user-generated content on your site or app complies with all applicable program policies. Practically, this means that to participate in Doceree program you need to ensure that, on pages where your ad code appears, all content, including user-generated content, complies with all applicable program policies.

9. What makes user-generated content different from the rest of my content?

Unlike the rest of your content, which is likely created directly under your guidance and supervision, user-generated content is submitted by users who operate independently of your site or app. Unfortunately, not everyone on the Internet is polite and well-mannered. Because users can post anything, you, as a publisher, need to be prepared to ensure that what they do post complies with all applicable program policies.

10. Sexual tips and health

Doceree ads may not be placed on content that provides tips regarding sexual performance or discusses some treatments of sexual health issues. Examples include, but are not limited to:

  • advice about improving sexual performance
  • discussions and/or images of sexually transmitted diseases
  • sexual health advice related to pregnancy, childbirth, or family planning

11. Dangerous or derogatory content

We believe strongly in freedom of expression, but we don't permit monetization of dangerous or derogatory content. For this reason, Doceree ads may not be placed on pages containing content that:

  • Threatens or advocates for physical or mental harm on oneself or others;
  • Harasses, intimidates or bullies an individual or group of individuals;
  • Incites hatred against, promotes discrimination of, or disparages an individual or group on the basis of their race or ethnic origin, religion, disability, age, nationality, veteran status, sexual orientation, gender, gender identity, or other characteristic that is associated with systemic discrimination or marginalization.

Examples include:

  • Threatening someone with real-life harm or calling for the attack of another person
  • Advocating suicide, anorexia, or other self-harm
  • Content that promotes or advocates for harmful health or medical claims or practices
  • Content that singles out someone for abuse or harassment
  • Content promoting, glorifying, or condoning violence against others on the basis of their race or ethnic origin, religion, disability, age, nationality, veteran status, sexual orientation, gender, gender identity, or other characteristic that is associated with systemic discrimination or marginalization
  • Content that encourages others to believe that a person or group is inhuman, inferior, or worthy of being hated on the basis of their race or ethnic origin, religion, disability, age, nationality, veteran status, sexual orientation, gender, gender identity, or other characteristic that is associated with systemic discrimination or marginalization
  • Content promoting hate groups or hate group paraphernalia.
  • Content that suggests a tragic event did not happen, or that victims or their families are actors, or complicit in a cover-up of the event.
  • Content made by or in support of terrorist groups or content that promotes terrorist acts, including recruitment, or that celebrates terrorist attacks

12. Recreational drugs and drug-related content

We want to help keep people safe both online and offline, so we don't allow the promotion of some products or services that cause damage, harm, or injury. For this reason, Doceree ads may not be placed on pages that sell or promote recreational drugs and drug-related content including:

  • Promotion of substances that alter mental state for the purpose of recreation or otherwise induce "highs". Examples:
  • Cocaine, crystal meth, heroin, marijuana, cocaine substitutes, mephedrone, "legal highs"
  • Products or services marketed as facilitating recreational drug use. Examples: Pipes, bongs, cannabis coffee shops
  • Instructional content about producing, purchasing, or using recreational drugs. Examples: Forums to exchange tips or recommendations on drug use

Please be aware that the promotion of prohibited content includes providing links to contents that does not follow our recreational drugs and drug-related content policies.

13. Alcohol-related content

Doceree ads may not be placed on pages that contain certain alcohol-related content including:

  • Online sale of alcoholic beverages.
  • Promotion of irresponsible alcohol consumption, including the favorable portrayal of excessive, binge, or competition drinking.

14. Tobacco-related content

Doceree ads may not be placed on pages that promote tobacco and tobacco-related products, including cigarettes, cigars, tobacco pipes, and rolling papers. Please be aware that the promotion of prohibited content includes providing links to pages that do not follow our tobacco-related content policies.

15. Gambling and games-related content

Doceree ads may not be placed on pages with content that promotes online, real-money gambling or any internet-based game where money or other items of value are paid or wagered in exchange for the opportunity to win real money or prizes based on the outcome of the game. Examples include:

  • Online casinos or bookmakers
  • Online lottery ticket or scratch card purchase
  • Online sports betting
  • Aggregator or affiliate sites that promote online gambling pages

16. Healthcare-related content

To comply with local laws and regulations related to the promotion of healthcare and medicines, Doceree ads may not be placed on pages that contain certain healthcare-related content including:

  • Sale of unapproved pharmaceuticals and supplements.
  • All items on this non-exhaustive list of prohibited pharmaceuticals and supplements (e.g., products that contain Ephedra)
  • Herbal and dietary supplements with active pharmaceutical or dangerous ingredients
  • Products with names that are confusingly similar to an unapproved pharmaceutical or supplement or controlled substance

17. Hacking and cracking content

Doceree ads may not be placed on pages that promote any form of hacking or cracking. Hacking and cracking content is content that provides users with instructions or equipment that tampers with or provides unauthorized access to software, servers, or websites.

17. Pages that offer compensation programs

Doceree ads may not be placed on pages that promise payment or incentives to users who click on ads, surf the web, read emails, or perform other similar tasks. Placing Doceree ads on such pages may result in invalid impressions or clicks and is therefore prohibited. Similarly, Doceree ads may not be placed on pages that primarily drive traffic to, promote, or provide instructional materials on how to implement such services.

18. Misrepresentative content

Users don’t want to be misled by the content they engage with online. For this reason, Doceree ads may not be placed on pages that misrepresent, misstate, or conceal information about you, your content or the primary purpose of your web property.

a. Not acceptable

  • Enticing users to engage with content under false or unclear pretenses
  • "Phishing" for users’ information
  • Promotion of content, products, or services using false, dishonest, or deceptive claims (e.g. “Get Rich Quick” schemes)
  • Impersonating Doceree products
  • Falsely implying having an affiliation with, or endorsement by, another individual, organization, product, or service
  • Directing content about politics, social issues, or matters of public concern to users in a country other than your own, if you misrepresent or conceal your country of origin or other material details about yourself

19. Shocking content

We want to be sensitive to our advertisers and users. For this reason, Doceree ads may not be placed on pages that display shocking content. Examples include but are not limited to:

  • Content containing gruesome, graphic or disgusting accounts or imagery (e.g., blood, guts, gore, sexual fluids, human or animal waste, crime scene or accident photos)
  • Content depicting acts of violence (e.g., accounts or images of shootings, explosions, or bombings; execution videos; violent acts committed against animals)
  • Content depicting acts of violence (e.g., accounts or images of shootings, explosions, or bombings; execution videos; violent acts committed against animals)

20. Weapon-related content

We want to help keep people safe both online and offline, so we don't allow the promotion of weapons-related content that may lead to damage, harm, or injury. For this reason, Doceree ads may not be placed on pages that contain the following weapons-related content:

  • Pages that promote the sale of firearms. This includes but is not limited to handguns, rifles, shotguns, hunting guns, functioning antique guns, airsoft guns, paintball guns, bb guns, and 3D printed guns;
  • Pages that promote the sale of a firearm-related part or component that is essential to or enhances the functionality of a firearm. This includes but is not limited to 80% finished gun-parts, ammunition, ammunition clips, silencers, ammunition belts, stocks, conversion kits, gun-grips, scopes and sights;
  • Pages that provide instructions about the assembly, enhancement or acquisition of any firearms including parts or components thereof. This includes, but is not limited to firearm-making instructions, guides, software or equipment for 3D printing of guns or gun parts;
  • Pages that promote the sale of products that are designed to explode or could cause damage to nearby people or property. This includes but is not limited to explosives, nail bombs, chemical bombs, any fireworks that explode, firecrackers, and grenades;
  • Pages that contain instructional content about the assembly, enhancement or acquisition of explosive items;
  • Pages that promote the sale of other weapons that are designed to (in modern-day usage) injure an opponent in sport, self-defense, or combat. This includes but is not limited to the sale of throwing stars, brass knuckles, pepper spray;
  • Pages that promote the sale of knives designed to provide a confrontational advantage. This includes disguised appearance or assisted-opening mechanisms such as switchblades, fighting knives, sword-canes, balisongs, military knives, push daggers, throwing axes;
  • Pages that promote the use of weapons to inflict harm on others.

21. Content that enables dishonest behavior

We value honesty and fairness, so Doceree ads may not be placed on pages with content that helps users to mislead others. Examples:

  • Content that promotes creating fake or false documents such as passports, diplomas, or accreditation;
  • Content that promotes creation of fake or false identities;
  • Sale or distribution of term papers, paper-writing or exam-taking services;
  • Information or products for passing drug tests;
  • Content that promotes fraudulent activity

Please note that these are examples and not intended to be complete or comprehensive.

20. Illegal content

Doceree ads may not be placed on any page that contains content that is illegal, promotes illegal activity, or infringes on the legal rights of others.

a. Counterfeit goods

Doceree publishers may not display Doceree ads on webpages that offer for sale or promote the sale of counterfeit goods. Counterfeit goods contain a trademark or logo that is identical to or substantially indistinguishable from the trademark of another. They mimic the brand features of the product in an attempt to pass themselves off as a genuine product of the brand owner.

b. Underage, non-consensual, or illegal sex acts

Doceree absolutely prohibits monetization of content related to child sexual abuse imagery or pedophilia. Doceree has always been at the forefront in the fight against online child abuse, and an avid supporter of family safety online.


Under United States federal law, child sexual abuse imagery is defined as visual depictions of minors (i.e., under 18) engaged in a sexual act such as intercourse, oral sex, or masturbation as well as the lascivious depictions of the genitals (covered or uncovered). This definition extends to photographs, videos, cartoons, drawings, paintings, and sculptures. The image can involve a real child; a computer-generated, morphed, composite or otherwise altered image that appears to be a child (think “Photoshop”). This also includes soliciting minors for sexual acts, which is also known as "enticement."


Pedophilia is any content or behavior (images, texts, videos, etc.) that depicts, encourages, or promotes sexual attraction by adults toward minors (i.e., under 18)

1. Brand Logo

The two color “unlock logo” with the tagline is the primary logo for doceree. On darker backgrounds or images, the logo may be converted to its one-color form with the “unlock e” at 50% opacity. Only in cases where the opacity change is not possible (one-color prints etc), the logo may be converted to a single color variant.

2. Logo Usage

a. Clear Space

b. Dos & Don’ts

c. Logo Variants



d. App Icon

6. Cobranding

When featuring partner logos in conjunction with the doceree logo, it’s important to make sure they don't compete visually. To avoid this, use a divider to separate the two logos and create reasonable spacing around both. Fix the height of horizontal partner logos to equal that of the Doceree logo. Fix the height of vertical partner logos to the height of the Doceree plus 2X.

7. Brand Tone & Manner

Doceree is a young brand that is technologically savvy, yet comes from a place of knowledge and expertise. The brand tone is conversational, backed by facts. We do not need to be overly scientific or academic. At the same time, the tone cannot be frivolous or jestful. The intended outcome is for our user to connect with us and respect our expertise.

8. Brand Colors

When using the brand colors in creatives and collaterals, always use the gradients. Only use the colors when gradients cannot be used in the medium. Build the creative from white, leaving enough whitespace to highlight the color elements.

9. Brand Font

The brand font for Doceree is Work Sans. Created by Chinese-born Australian designer Wei Huang, Work Sans is a typerface family based loosely on early Sans is a typeface family based loosely on early Grotesques, such as those by Stephenson Blake et al.

10. Key Element

When designing collaterals for Doceree, they should include the key element - the { } - which can be used with or without the “unlock e”. The element can be used in the purple gradient or white (no other color).

11. Photography

The photographs we use in our communication play an important role in setting the tone of the communication. It’s important for us to display genuine moments so that our users trust what we say, who we are, and know they can rely on us to carry out our promises. The key points to keep in mind when choosing a photograph are: People focussed - Ensure that there is always a person or a human element in the frame. Relatable - Use photographs that mirror real life for our target audience. Do not use heavily edited or Photoshopped images. Narrative - Use photographs that tell a story about the people in them.

12. Illustration Style

We use illustrations to enhance our communication and add an element of playfulness to it. Illustrations should complement your message, not compete with it. We use the colours for illustrations and leverage the shades to create a sense of depth. Primary gradients may be used to highlight important elements only in the foreground of the illustration. Depth may be foregone for smaller illustrations. We avoid adding too much detail into the illustrations to keep a simple, uncluttered look.

13. Iconography

We use icons to add a visual element and to make communication easier to consume. We use a single colour line based icons as a part of communication.

Doceree Inc (“Doceree”, “we”, or “us”) operates an advertising platform that helps publishers and advertisers (our “Clients”) purchase advertising space, target audiences that are likely to be interested in relevant products and services, and understand how engaged the target audiences are in our Clients’ online advertising campaigns (the “Doceree Service”). We generally do not collect information about consumers through our website www.Doceree.com (the “Site”), but we do collect other online and offline information about individuals’ interests and habits through web tracking technologies, and from our other business partners like data providers, ad exchanges, and mobile app attribution companies (our “Ad Partners”). We use that information to create audience segments that we make available to our Clients to enable them to deliver targeted, interest-based advertising and to conduct analytics and research. The Doceree Service delivers the targeted advertising messages to individuals on computers, mobile phones and similar devices and enables us to report back to our Clients about the effectiveness of their advertising campaigns.
This Privacy Policy (“this Policy”) describes Doceree’s practices and policies for the information (sometimes referred to as “data”) we collect through the Site and from other sources that we make available to our Clients through the Doceree Service.
By partnering with us as a Client or visiting the Site and/or otherwise using the Doceree Service, you agree to the terms of this Policy.
Please read this entire Privacy Policy carefully. This Policy contains links that you can click on to get further information or exercise the options you have about your information. To make this Policy more reader-friendly, we use everyday words such as use, transfer and storage to describe what we do with your personal information – but this Policy covers all of our data processing activities.

1. Information You Share With Us

Doceree Inc (“Doceree”, “we”, or “us”) operates an advertising platform that helps publishers and advertisers (our “Clients”) purchase advertising space, target audiences that are likely to be interested in relevant products and services, and understand how engaged the target audiences are in our Clients’ online advertising campaigns (the “Doceree Service”). We generally do not collect information about consumers through our website www.Doceree.com (the “Site”), but we do collect other online and offline information about individuals’ interests and habits through web tracking technologies, and from our other business partners like data providers, ad exchanges, and mobile app attribution companies (our “Ad Partners”). We use that information to create audience segments that we make available to our Clients to enable them to deliver targeted, interest-based advertising and to conduct analytics and research. The Doceree Service delivers the targeted advertising messages to individuals on computers, mobile phones and similar devices and enables us to report back to our Clients about the effectiveness of their advertising campaigns.
This Privacy Policy (“this Policy”) describes Doceree’s practices and policies for the information (sometimes referred to as “data”) we collect through the Site and from other sources that we make available to our Clients through the Doceree Service.
By partnering with us as a Client or visiting the Site and/or otherwise using the Doceree Service, you agree to the terms of this Policy.
Please read this entire Privacy Policy carefully. This Policy contains links that you can click on to get further information or exercise the options you have about your information. To make this Policy more reader-friendly, we use everyday words such as use, transfer and storage to describe what we do with your personal information – but this Policy covers all of our data processing activities.

2. Additional Information We Receive

a. Automatically Collected Information

Doceree Inc (“Doceree”, “we”, or “us”) operates an advertising platform that helps publishers and advertisers (our “Clients”) purchase advertising space, target audiences that are likely to be interested in relevant products and services, and understand how engaged the target audiences are in our Clients’ online advertising campaigns (the “Doceree Service”). We generally do not collect information about consumers through our website www.Doceree.com (the “Site”), but we do collect other online and offline information about individuals’ interests and habits through web tracking technologies, and from our other business partners like data providers, ad exchanges, and mobile app attribution companies (our “Ad Partners”). We use that information to create audience segments that we make available to our Clients to enable them to deliver targeted, interest-based advertising and to conduct analytics and research. The Doceree Service delivers the targeted advertising messages to individuals on computers, mobile phones and similar devices and enables us to report back to our Clients about the effectiveness of their advertising campaigns
This Privacy Policy (“this Policy”) describes Doceree’s practices and policies for the information (sometimes referred to as “data”) we collect through the Site and from other sources that we make available to our Clients through the Doceree Service.
By partnering with us as a Client or visiting the Site and/or otherwise using the Doceree Service, you agree to the terms of this Policy.
Please read this entire Privacy Policy carefully. This Policy contains links that you can click on to get further information or exercise the options you have about your information. To make this Policy more reader-friendly, we use everyday words such as use, transfer and storage to describe what we do with your personal information – but this Policy covers all of our data processing activities.

b. Cookies and Other Web Technologies

In operating the Doceree Service and Site, we use a technology called “cookies,” which are small text files that our Site places on a device through the browser when our Site is accessed or that some of our Clients and Ad Partners place on a device when it engages with them. Our cookies collect and store audience segments, help provide additional functionality to the Doceree Service and Site and help us analyze usage more accurately.
Although most web browsers automatically accept cookies, many browsers’ settings can be set to decline cookies or alert a user when a website is attempting to place a cookie on their computer. However, some of our services may not function properly if cookies are disabled.
We also use an advertising identifier created by mobile operating systems to store information on our servers and later retrieve it to provide the Doceree Service. The Android Advertising ID and Apple iOS’ IDFA are examples of advertising identifiers. For more information about advertising identifiers, please check the settings of the mobile device.
New technologies that perform similar functions to cookies or user tracking may be developed. We will update this Policy to let you know of any changes to the technologies used by the Doceree Service and Site.

c. Log Data

We receive information when an individual views content on or otherwise interacts with our Services, which we refer to as “Log Data.” For example, when an individual visits our website or the websites of our Clients, signs into our services, or interacts with our email notifications, we may receive information about that individual. Log Data includes information such as IP address, browser type, operating system, the referring web page, pages visited, location, mobile carrier, device information (including device and application IDs), search terms, and cookie information. We only use the available Log Data to operate our Services and optimize the performance of our Services.

d. Information from Our Clients, Affiliates and Ad Partners

Our Clients, Ad Partners, Data Partners, Affiliates, and other products integrated with the Doceree service (“Third Parties”) share information with us such as browser cookie IDs, mobile device IDs, IP address, device type, operating system, hashed email address, or hashed mobile ID (e.g., Apple IDFA or Android advertising ID), as well as location-based data such as Wi-Fi, cell tower, GPS or diagnostic location information, contextual information, and demographic information including age, gender and pin code. Information we obtain from these Third Parties about an individual may be appended to information that we otherwise have for the purposes of targeting advertisements. For example, we match hashed versions of mobile IDs to data that we have de-identified (made pseudonymous) about an individual that resides in our platform in order to target advertising to such individual based on their device activity, inferred interests and location information.

We use appended information to create non-sensitive health and financial related interest-based segments as part of our Services, including general interest-based segments such as “Health::Medical Centers” and “Finance::Insurance,” and custom interest-based segments such as “Health::Dieting::Acai Berry” and “Health::Contact Lens.”

In the process of serving an advertisement to a device, we, or our partners, may decide to serve an ad based on one or more audience segments associated with that device, and the audience segment we believe may be associated with that device. Where Doceree is able to use this and other information to infer that one browser or device likely belongs to the same User or household, the Doceree Service may consider those browsers and devices “linked” for purposes of ad serving and interest-based advertising. This linking process is sometimes referred to as creating a device graph.

Third Parties may collect information about an individual’s activities, subject to their own terms and privacy policies. Those companies’ use of cookies and other data collection technologies are subject to their own privacy policies, and the terms of this Policy do not apply, therefore we are not liable/responsible for their policies or activities. Like many companies, we may allow cookie matching with select Third Parties, but those parties are not authorized to access Doceree cookies under any circumstance whatsoever. We only share pseudonymous information with such Third Parties that does not include an individual’s name, email address, or contact information and we strictly require them to follow privacy and data security principles and practices that are substantially similar to ours.

3. We Do Not Share or Disclose Your Information

This section describes how we use personal information in connection with operating the Doceree Service and our Site. We do so with your consent, because it’s necessary to operate the Doceree Service or our business, or because it’s required by law.
We use personal information within our corporate group only, and particularly for uses consistent with this Policy, to help operate the Doceree Service.
We may be bound to share, disclose, or transfer personal information if Doceree is involved in a merger, acquisition, financing due diligence, reorganization, bankruptcy, receivership, sale of company assets, or transition of Service to another provider, as permitted by law and/or contract.
We share non-personal information, such as aggregated information (in statistical or summary form that does not include any personal identifiers) with third parties in order operate and improve our service and conduct research about and analyze usage of our Services.
If you interact with us on our Site or request information from Doceree, we use your information to respond to your inquiries. We may also use your personal information to send you updates about our Services or changes to this Policy. Additionally, we will use personal information for other purposes permitted under this Policy, such as to protect or comply with legal rights and obligations.
There may be instances when we will use and/or disclose information we collect and receive where we have, in our discretion, a good faith belief that such use and/or disclosure is necessary in order to: (i) protect or defend our or your legal rights or property or those of our affiliates, employees, agents and contractors (including enforcement of our agreements);
(ii) protect the safety and security of members of the public, including responding to emergencies where there appears to be a danger of death or injury to any person; (iii) comply with the law, law enforcement, or legal process or proceedings or requests from public or government authorities; (iv) prevent fraud or other liabilities. We will only use and/or disclose the portion of information required to be used and/or disclosed.

4. How We Secure Your Information

Doceree is committed to protecting the security of the information we collect. We use a variety of technical and organizational measures to protect information from unauthorized access, use or disclosure, both during transmission and once we receive it. We store information on secure servers and encrypt it while in transit. However, no digital transmission or form of electronic storage is completely secure. Therefore, we cannot guarantee its absolute security.

5. How Long We Keep Personal Information

We store personal information provided to us, such as email address, telephone number or billing details for so long as the provider of that personal information continues to have a business relationship with Doceree and for a reasonable time thereafter for record keeping purposes. We store pseudonymous identifiers, such as cookie IDs and mobile advertising ID’s collected via our Services, for as long as our systems are able to recognize a particular individual, and for 90 (ninety) days thereafter. We store log data for 90 (ninety) days.

6. Cross-Border Transfer of Information

We are a growing corporation with operations in multiple countries. We have developed data practices designed to assure information is appropriately protected. While our primary data centers are in the United States, where the laws of your country allow us to do so, you authorize us to transfer, disclose, store and use your personal data in the United States and any other country where we operate or engage service providers to assist us with our Services, consistent with this Policy.

7. This Privacy Policy May Change

Doceree will maintain personal information in accordance with this Policy. If Doceree decides to change this Policy, we will post the changes on this page and revise the “Last Updated” date above. Any changes to this Policy will become effective upon our posting of a revised Privacy Policy on this page. Use of the Doceree Service or Site following such changes constitutes your acceptance of the revised Privacy Policy that is in effect.

8. Contact Information

For questions or concerns relating to privacy, please contact us at legal@doceree .com.

These Doceree Inc Advertising Program Terms (“Terms”) are entered into by Doceree Inc(“Doceree”) and the entity executing these Terms or that accepts these Terms electronically (“Customer”). These Terms govern the Customer’s participation in Doceree’s advertising programs and services (collectively, “Programs”) that are accessible through the account(s) given to Customer in connection with these Terms. Please read these Terms carefully.

1. Programs

Customer authorizes Doceree and its affiliates to place Customer’s advertising materials (collectively, “Ads” or “Creative”) on any content or property (each a “Property”) provided by Doceree or its affiliates on behalf of Doceree or, as applicable, a third party (“Partner”). As between Doceree and Customer, Customer is solely responsible for all: (i) the creation and format of Ads, (ii) trafficking or targeting decisions for Ads (“Targets”), (iii) destinations to which Ads direct viewers (e.g., landing pages, mobile applications) along with the related URLs, waypoints, and redirects (“Destinations”), and (iv) services and products advertised on Destinations (collectively, “Services”). Customer’s Ads must be in compliance with Doceree’s Ad Guideline Policy, accessible here.

The Program is an advertising platform on which Customer authorizes Doceree and its affiliates to use automated tools to place Ads. Doceree and its affiliates may also make available to Customer certain optional features to assist Customer with the selection or generation of Targets, Ads, or Destinations. Customer is not required to authorize use of these optional features and, as applicable, may opt-in to or opt-out of usage of these features. Customer’s use of these features does not change Customer’s sole responsibility for the Ads, Targets, and Destinations. Doceree and its affiliates or Partners may reject or remove a specific Ad, Target, or Destination at any time for any or no reason. Doceree and its affiliates may modify or cancel features at any time. Customer acknowledges that Doceree or its affiliates may participate in auctions for media purchases for Targets which may be of interest to Customer, in support of Doceree’s own services and products. Customer authorizes Doceree to reformat Ads for optimal function in a Program. Customer grants Doceree the right to reproduce Ads in Doceree’s promotional materials, as examples of Doceree’s Services.

As Doceree develops and adds features to its Program, certain Program features may be identified as “Beta” or as otherwise unsupported or confidential (“Beta Features”). Customer may not disclose any information from Beta Features or the terms or existence of any non-public Beta Features. Doceree may cease providing beta feature(s) at any time in its discretion, and may not, in its discretion, provide any technical support services in relation to beta features.

2. Policies

Customer is solely responsible for its use of the Programs (e.g., access to and use of Program accounts and safeguarding usernames and passwords) (“Use”). Program Use is subject to applicable Doceree Content Policy, Privacy Policy, Program Policy, Partner Policy, and all Doceree policies which are made known to Customer, in each case, as modified from time to time (collectively “Policies”).

Customer will not, and may not authorize or direct any third party to, (i) generate automated, fraudulent or otherwise invalid impressions, inquiries, clicks or conversions, (ii) conceal conversions for Programs where they are required to be disclosed, (iii) use any automated means or form of scraping or data extraction to access, query or otherwise collect Doceree advertising-related information from any Property except as expressly permitted by Doceree, or (iv) attempt to interfere with the functioning of the Programs. Customer will direct communications regarding Ads on Partner Properties under these Terms only to Doceree.

3. Ad Serving.

(A) Customer may utilize an Ad server solely for serving or tracking Ads under Programs that permit third-party Ad serving and only if the Ad server has been authorized by Doceree to participate in the Program. Doceree will implement Customer’s Ad server tags so that they are functional.

(B) For online display Ad impressions billed on a CPM or vCPM basis (“Display Ads”), if Doceree’s applicable impression count (“IC”) for a Program is higher than Customer’s third-party Ad server (“3PAS”) IC by more than 10% over the invoice period, the Customer shall be responsible for facilitating reconciliation between Doceree and the 3PAS. If this discrepancy is not resolved, and Customer wishes a credit from Doceree, Customer’s sole remedy is to make a claim within 60 (sixty) days after the invoice date (“Claim Period”). If Doceree determines that the claim is valid, then Doceree will issue to Customer advertising credits equal to (90% of Doceree’s IC minus 3PAS’s IC), multiplied by Doceree’s reported campaign average CPM or vCPM, as applicable, over the invoice period. Any advertising credits issued must be used by Customer within 60 (sixty) days of issuance (“Use-By Date”). Doceree may suspend Customer’s permission to utilize that 3PAS provider and may suspend or void the effectiveness of the discrepancy resolution provisions of this Section for that 3PAS provider. Metrics from 3PAS whose Ad server tags are provided to Doceree will be used in the above discrepancy resolution calculations. Doceree may require that discrepancy records be provided directly by 3PAS to Doceree. Customer will not be credited for discrepancies caused by 3PAS’s inability to serve Ads.

4. Testing

Customer acknowledges that Doceree and its affiliates will periodically conduct tests that may affect Customer’s Use of Programs, including Ad formatting, Targets, Destinations, quality, ranking, performance, pricing, and auction-time bid adjustments. Doceree shall use its best efforts to limit such tests to avoid adverse effects to Customer. Customer acknowledges that these tests are to ensure the timeliness and validity of Doceree’s services, and that Customer shall not be entitled to notice or compensation related to the tests or any impact from such tests.

5. Ad Cancellation

Unless a Policy, the Program user interface, or an agreement referencing these Terms (an “IO”) provides otherwise, either party may cancel any Ad at any time before the earlier Ad auction or placement, but if Customer cancels an Ad after the commitment date provided by Doceree (e.g., a reservation-based campaign), then Customer is responsible for any cancellation fees communicated by Doceree to Customer, and the Ad may still be published. Cancelled Ads will generally cease serving within 8 (eight) business hours or as described in a Policy or IO, and Customer remains obligated to pay all charges resulting from served Ads (e.g., fees based on conversion). Customer must effect cancellation of Ads (i) online through Customer’s account, if the functionality is available, (ii) via email to Customer’s account representative at Doceree, or (iii) if Customer does not have an account representative, via email to ads-support@Doceree.com.

6. Warranty, Rights, and Obligations

Customer warrants that (a) Customer holds all rights or is otherwise authorized to use, transmit, display, and reproduce the Ads, Destinations, and Targets, and (b) all information and authorizations provided by Customer are complete, correct and current. Customer hereby grants to Doceree, its affiliates and Partners, the right to use, transmit, display, and reproduce the Ads, Destinations, and Targets, all in and for the operation of the Doceree Programs (including, in the case of feed data, after Customer ceases to use the Programs).

Customer authorizes Doceree and its affiliates to automate retrieval and analysis of, and create test credentials to access, Destinations for the purposes of the Programs. By providing any mobile or other telephone number to Doceree in connection with the Programs, Customer authorizes Doceree, its affiliates and their agents to call and send text messages (for which standard message and data rates may apply) to the provided telephone numbers, including by an automatic telephone dialing system, for purposes of the Programs. Doceree will not initiate autodialed calls or text messages for marketing purposes.

Customer further authorizes Doceree, its affiliates and their agents to send electronic mails to Customer for purposes of the Programs. Customer warrants that it is authorized to act on behalf of, and has bound to these Terms, each third party, if any, for which Customer advertises in connection with these Terms (“Advertiser”) and any references to Customer in these Terms will also apply to any such Advertiser as applicable. Customer shall be liable for any obligation on behalf of Customer or Advertiser under these Terms. If Customer is using a Program on its own behalf to advertise, for that use Customer will be deemed to be both Customer and Advertiser. Doceree shall only communicate directly with an Advertiser upon Customer’s written request.

7. Make-Goods

For reservation-based Display Ads, Doceree will deliver any agreed on aggregate number of Display Ads by the end of the campaign, but if Doceree fails to do so, then Customer’s sole remedy is to make a claim during the Claim Period. If Doceree confirms the accuracy of the claim, then Doceree will not charge Customer for the undelivered Display Ads or, if Customer has already paid, at Doceree’s reasonable discretion, Doceree will provide for (i) advertising credits, which must be used by the Use-By Date, (ii) placement of the Display Ads in a position Doceree deems comparable within 60 (sixty) days of Doceree’s confirmation of the accuracy of the claim or (iii) an extension of the term of the campaign. Doceree cannot assure that any auction-based Ads will be delivered and therefore make-goods do not apply to auction-based Ads.

8. Payment

Customer will pay all charges incurred in connection with a Program, using a payment method approved by Doceree for that Customer (as modified from time to time), within a commercially reasonable time period specified by Doceree (e.g., in the Program user interface or IO). All payments are non-refundable. Late payments bear interest at the rate of 1.5% per month (or the highest rate permitted by law, if less). Payments due to Doceree are exclusive of taxes and bank or credit card processing fees.

Customer will pay (i) all taxes and other government charges and (ii) reasonable expenses and legal fees Doceree that might incur while collecting late payments that are not disputed in good faith. Charges are based on the billing criteria under the applicable Program (e.g., based on clicks, impressions, views or conversions). Any portion of a charge not disputed in good faith must be paid in full. No party may offset any payment due under these Terms against any other payment to be made under these Terms. Doceree may, in its sole discretion, extend, revise or revoke credit at any time in writing. Doceree is not obligated to deliver any Ads in excess of any credit limit.

If Customer disputes a charge, Customer must notify Doceree in writing within 7 (seven) days of notification of the charge (“Claim Period”). In the event of an asserted dispute over a charge, Customer remains responsible to pay any undisputed amounts then due

If Doceree does not deliver Ads to the selected Targets or Destinations, then Customer’s sole remedy is to make a claim for advertising credits within the Claim Period, after which Doceree will issue the credits following claim validation which must be used by the Use-By Date. Customer understands that third parties may generate impressions or clicks on Customer’s Ads for prohibited or improper purposes and if that happens, Customer’s sole remedy is to make a claim for advertising credits within the Claim Period, after which Doceree will issue the credits following claim validation, which must be used by the Use-By Date. TO THE FULLEST EXTENT PERMITTED BY LAW, (A) CUSTOMER WAIVES ALL CLAIMS RELATING TO ANY PROGRAM CHARGES UNLESS A CLAIM IS MADE WITHIN THE CLAIM PERIOD AND (B) THE ISSUANCE OF ADVERTISING CREDITS (IF ANY) IS AT DOCEREE’S REASONABLE DISCRETION AND IF ISSUED, MUST BE USED BY THE USE-BY DATE.

9. Disclaimers

TO THE FULLEST EXTENT PERMITTED BY LAW, DOCEREE, ON BEHALF OF ITSELF AND ITS PARTNERS AND AFFILIATES, DISCLAIMS ALL WARRANTIES, WHETHER IMPLIED, STATUTORY OR OTHERWISE, INCLUDING FOR NON-INFRINGEMENT, SATISFACTORY QUALITY, MERCHANTABILITY AND FITNESS FOR ANY PURPOSE, AS WELL AS ANY WARRANTIES ARISING OUT OF ANY COURSE OF DEALING OR USAGE OF TRADE. TO THE FULLEST EXTENT PERMITTED BY LAW, THE PROGRAMS AND DOCEREE AND PARTNER PROPERTIES ARE PROVIDED “AS IS,” “AS AVAILABLE” AND “WITH ALL FAULTS,” AND CUSTOMER USES THEM AT ITS OWN RISK. DOCEREE, ITS AFFILIATES, AND ITS PARTNERS DO NOT MAKE ANY GUARANTEE IN CONNECTION WITH THE PROGRAMS OR PROGRAM RESULTS. DOCEREE MAKES NO PROMISE TO INFORM CUSTOMER OF DEFECTS OR ERRORS.

10. Indemnification

Customer shall ensure that any content supplied to Doceree is in accordance with the applicable local law and the Customer will defend and indemnify Doceree, its Partners, agents, affiliates, and licensors against all liabilities, damages, losses, costs, fees (including legal fees), and expenses relating to any third-party allegation or legal proceeding to the extent arising out of or related to Ads, Targets, Destinations, Services, Use or any breach of these Terms by Customer. Partners are intended third-party beneficiaries of this Section.

11. Limitation of Liability

EXCEPT FOR SECTION 10, TO THE FULLEST EXTENT PERMITTED BY LAW REGARDLESS OF THE THEORY OR TYPE OF CLAIM: (a) DOCEREEAND THEIR RESPECTIVE AFFILIATES WILL NOT BE HELD LIABLE UNDER THESE TERMS OR ARISING OUT OF OR RELATED TO THESE TERMS FOR ANY DAMAGES OTHER THAN DIRECT DAMAGES, EVEN IF THE PARTY IS AWARE OR SHOULD KNOW THAT SUCH OTHER TYPES OF DAMAGES ARE POSSIBLE AND EVEN IF DIRECT DAMAGES DO NOT SATISFY A REMEDY; AND (b) OTHER THAN CUSTOMER’S PAYMENT OBLIGATIONS UNDER THESE TERMS, DOCEREE AND ITS AFFILIATES WILL NOT BE HELD LIABLE FOR DAMAGES UNDER THESE TERMS OR ARISING OUT OF OR RELATED TO PERFORMANCE OF THESE TERMS FOR ANY GIVEN EVENT OR SERIES OF CONNECTED EVENTS IN THE AGGREGATE OF MORE THAN THE AMOUNT PAID TO DOCEREE BY THE CUSTOMER UNDER THE TERMS IN THE 30 (THIRTY) DAYS BEFORE THE DATE OF THE ACTIVITY FIRST GIVING RISE TO THE CLAIM.

12. Changes to Terms

Doceree may make non-material changes to these Terms at any time without notice, but Doceree will provide advance notice of any material changes to these Terms. The Terms will be posted at the legal section on www.doceree.com. Other than changes made under Section 13, the changes to the Terms will not apply retroactively and will become effective 7 (seven) days after posting. However, changes made for legal reasons will be effective immediately upon notice. Either party may terminate these Terms at any time with notice to the other party, but (i) campaigns not cancelled under Section 5 and new campaigns may be run and reserved and (ii) continued Program Use is, in each case, subject to Doceree’s terms and conditions then in effect for the Programs. Doceree may suspend Customer’s ability to participate in the Programs at any time. In all cases, the running of any Customer campaigns after termination is in Doceree’s sole discretion.

13. Dispute Resolution Agreement

a. Arbitration of disputes

Doceree and Customer agree to arbitrate all disputes and claims between Doceree and Customer that arise out of or relate in any way to the Programs or these Terms. This agreement to arbitrate (“Dispute Resolution Agreement” or “Section 13”) is intended to include all disputes that may arise between the parties.
Doceree and Customer Advertiser agree that, by entering into this arbitration agreement, all parties are waiving their respective rights to bringing an action in a civil court except for any statutory claim. With respect to all disputes or claims that arise out of or relate in any way to the Programs or these Terms, this Dispute Resolution Agreement supersedes any contrary terms regarding dispute resolution in any other agreement between the parties.

b. Notice of disputes

If any party intends to seek arbitration of a dispute, that party must provide the other party with notice in writing (“Notice of Dispute”). The Notice of Dispute must be sent to Doceree at legal@doceree.com, and to Customer at its primary email address. Doceree and Customer each agree to receive legal notice at those addresses, which addresses may be updated by written notice to the other party. Customer’s Notice of Dispute to Doceree must provide, as applicable, (a) Customer’s name and mailing address, (b) the email address Customer uses to log into Customer’s account, (c) the Ads Customer ID(s), (d) the Case Number(s) assigned by Doceree to track previous attempts to resolve the dispute, (e) a description of the dispute, including identification of the relevant campaigns, and (f) a statement of the relief requested.

c. Settlement Discussion

The parties agree to set up a meeting with their respective principals/representatives to resolve the dispute. If the parties are unable or unwilling to resolve the dispute within 60 (sixty) days, the parties could proceed with the implementation of the Dispute Resolution Agreement.

d. Arbitration procedures.

All dispute and differences arising out of or in connection with or relating to the Terms shall be settled under the Rules of Delhi International Arbitration Centre (“Rules”) by a sole arbitrator appointed in accordance with the Rules. The seat of the arbitration shall be Delhi and the venue shall be the Delhi International Arbitration Centre, Delhi. The language of the arbitration shall be English.
To the fullest extent permitted by applicable law, any evidentiary submissions made in arbitration will be maintained as confidential in the absence of good cause for its disclosure. The arbitrator’s award will be maintained as confidential only to the extent necessary to protect either party’s trade secrets or proprietary business information or to comply with a legal requirement mandating confidentiality.

e. Future changes to Dispute Resolution Agreement

If Doceree makes any changes to this Dispute Resolution Agreement (other than a change to Doceree’s Notice Address), Customer may reject any such change by notifying Doceree via webform as set forth in Section 13(F) within 30 (thirty) days of the change. By rejecting a future change, Customer is agreeing that it will arbitrate any dispute in accordance with the language of this Dispute Resolution Agreement, as modified by any changes that Customer did not reject.

14. Confidentiality

Customer agrees not to disclose Doceree Confidential Information without Doceree’s prior written consent. "Doceree Confidential Information" includes: (a) all Doceree software, technology and documentation relating to the Services; (b) click-through rates or other statistics relating to the Services; (c) the existence of, information about, or the terms of, any non-public beta or experimental features in a Service; and (d) any other information made available by Doceree that is marked confidential or would normally be considered confidential under the circumstances in which it is presented.
Notwithstanding the preceding paragraph, Confidential Information does not include information that: (a) at the time of disclosure is already in the public domain; (b) after disclosure is published or otherwise becomes part of the public domain through no fault of either party; (c) at the time of disclosure is in the party’s possession and was not acquired directly or indirectly from the other party, as evidenced by written records; (d) was lawfully acquired by the party from a third party having the right to disclose it without an obligation of confidentiality, as evidenced by written records; or (e) was developed by the party independently of any disclosure from the other party and without any reference to or use of the Confidential Information, as evidenced by written records.
Notwithstanding any provisions hereof to the contrary, including but not limited to this Section, the party may disclose the Confidential Information to the extent required by applicable law, rule or order of court or government regulation; provided that, the party shall give the other party a notice of such disclosure request in advance, if practicably possible, of such disclosure so that the party may seek an appropriate protective order or other similar order preventing or limiting such disclosure.
Notwithstanding any provisions hereof to the contrary, including but not limited to this Section, the party may disclose the Confidential Information to its employees, representative, agents or affiliates for the purpose of providing the service or for successfully completing its activity, provided that the party shall impose on such employees, representative, agents or affiliates the obligations at least restrictive as those imposed on the party herein with respect to the confidential information.

15. Miscellaneous.

a. Governing Law

All claims arising out of or relating to the Doceree Terms or the Services will be governed by the laws of India and the Courts at New Delhi shall have exclusive jurisdiction.

b. Entire Agreement

These Terms are the parties’ entire agreement relating to their subject matter and supersede any prior or contemporaneous agreements on those subjects.

c. Public Announcement

Customer may not make any public statement regarding the relationship contemplated by these Terms (except when required by law).

d. Notices

Except as provided in Section 13, all notices of termination or breach must be in writing and addressed to the other party’s Legal Department (or if it is not known if the other party has a Legal Department then to the other party's primary contact or other address on file). The email address for notices being sent to Doceree’s Legal Department is legal@doceree.com . Except as provided in Section 13, all other notices to Customer will be in writing and sent to an email address associated with Customer’s account, and all other notices to Doceree will be in writing and addressed to Customer’s primary contact at Doceree or other method made available by Doceree. Notice will be treated as given on receipt, as confirmed by written or electronic means. These notice requirements do not apply to legal service of process, which is instead governed by applicable law.

e. Amendments

Except for modifications to these Terms by Doceree under Section 12, any amendment must be mutually agreed to by both parties in writing and must expressly state that it is amending these Terms. Neither party will be treated as having waived any rights by not exercising (or by delaying the exercise of) any rights under these Terms.

f. Severability

If any provision of these Terms is found unenforceable, that provision will be severed and the balance of the Terms will remain in full force and effect

h. No transfer or assignment.

Neither party may transfer or assign any of its rights or obligations under these Terms without the written consent of the other party, except to an affiliate, where written notice must be provided to the other party. Any transferee or assignee shall be bound by these Terms, and the assigning party remains liable for obligations under these Terms. Any other attempt to transfer or assign is void.

i. No third party beneficiaries

Except as set for in Section 10, there are no third-party beneficiaries to these Terms.

j. Relationship

These Terms do not create any agency, partnership or joint venture among the parties

k. Survival

Sections 1 and 8 through 14 will survive termination of these Terms.

l. Force Majeure

Neither party will be liable for inadequate performance to the extent caused by a condition (for example, natural disaster, act of war or terrorism, riot, labor condition, governmental action, and Internet disturbance) that was beyond the party's reasonable control

1. Introduction

By using our Services, you agree to (1) these Terms of Service, (2) the Doceree Program Policies, which include but are not limited to the Content Policies (collectively, the "Doceree Policies"), and (3) the Doceree Branding Guidelines (collectively, the "Doceree Terms"). In the event of a conflict, these Terms of Service take precedence over any other terms in the policies and guidelines enumerated in numbers (2) and (3) above. Please read these Terms of Service and the rest of the Doceree Terms carefully.
As used in these Terms of Service, "you" or "publisher" means the individual or entity using the Services (and/or any individual, agent, employee, representative, network, parent, subsidiary, affiliate, successor, related entities, assigns, or all other individuals or entities acting on your behalf, at your direction, under your control, or under the direction or control of the same individual or entity who controls you). "We," "us" or "Doceree" means Doceree Inc, and the "parties" means you and Doceree.

2. Access to the Services; Doceree Accounts

Your use of the Services is subject to your creation and our approval of a Doceree Account (an "Account"). We have the right to refuse or limit your access to the Services. In order to verify your Account, from time-to-time we may ask for additional information from you, including, but not limited to, verification of your name, address, and other identifying information. By submitting an application to use the Services, if you are an individual, you represent that you are at least 18 years of age. You may only have one Account. If you (including those under your direction or control) create multiple Accounts, you will not be entitled to further payment from Doceree, and your Accounts will be subject to termination, pursuant to the provisions below.
By enrolling in Doceree, you permit Doceree to serve advertisements and other content ("Ads") for placement on a web site that you control (a "Property"). In addition, you grant Doceree the right to access, index and cache the Properties, or any portion thereof, including by automated means. Doceree may refuse to provide the Services to any Property

3. Using our Services

You may use our Services only as permitted by the Doceree Terms and any applicable laws. Misuse of our Services is strictly prohibited, and may result in termination of our relationship. For example, you may not interfere with our Services or try to access them using a method other than the interface and the instructions that we provide.
You may discontinue your use of any Service at any time by removing the relevant code from your Properties.

4. Changes to our Services; Changes to the Doceree Terms

We are constantly changing and improving our Services. We may add or remove functionalities or features of the Services at any time, and we may suspend or stop a Service altogether.
We may modify the Doceree Terms at any time. We'll post any modifications to the Terms of Service on this page and any modifications to the Doceree Policies or the Doceree Branding Guidelines on their respective pages and notify you regarding the same. Changes will generally become effective 14 (fourteen) days after they are posted. However, changes addressing new functions for a Service or changes made for legal reasons will be effective immediately. Your continued use of the Services will constitute acceptance of any modified terms in the Doceree Terms. Your only other option will be to terminate the Services.

5. Payment

Subject to this Section and Section 6 of these Terms of Service, you will receive payment related to the number of valid clicks on Ads displayed on your Properties, the number of valid impressions of Ads displayed on your Properties, or other valid events performed in connection with the display of Ads on your Properties. This payment will be made only if and when Doceree determines that your Properties have remained in compliance with the Doceree Terms (including the Doceree Policies as identified in Section 1 above) for the entirety of the period for which payment may be due and through to the date that the payment is issued.
If your Account is in good standing through to the time when Doceree issues you a payment, we will pay you by the end of the calendar month following any calendar month in which the balance reflected in your Account equals or exceeds the applicable payment threshold. If Doceree is investigating your compliance with the Doceree Terms or you have been suspended or terminated, your payment may be delayed or withheld. To ensure proper payment, you are responsible for providing and maintaining accurate contact and payment information in your Account. You are responsible for any charges assessed by your bank or payment provider, including any bank fees. Unless expressly authorized in writing by Doceree, you may not enter into any type of arrangement with a third party where that third party receives (a) payments due to you under the Doceree Terms or (b) other financial benefit in relation to the Services.
Payments will be calculated solely based on Doceree's accounting. You acknowledge and agree that you are only entitled to payment for your use of the Services for which Doceree has been paid; if, for any reason, Doceree does not receive payment from an advertiser or credits a payment back to an advertiser, you are not entitled to be paid for any associated use of the Services. Additionally, if an advertiser whose Ads are displayed on any Property defaults on payment to Doceree, we may withhold payment or charge back your Account.
Doceree has the right to withhold or adjust payments to you to exclude any amounts that Doceree determines arise from invalid activity. Invalid activity includes, but is not limited to, (i) spam, invalid clicks, invalid impressions, invalid queries, invalid conversions, or other invalid events on Ads generated by any person, bot, automated program or similar device, including through any clicks, impressions, queries, conversions, or other events originating from your IP addresses or computers under your control; (ii) clicks, impressions, queries, conversions, or other events solicited or generated by payment of money, false representation, or requests for end users to click on Ads or take other actions; (iii) Ads served to end users whose browsers have JavaScript disabled or who are otherwise tampering with ad serving or measurement; (iv) any click, impression, query, conversion, or other event occurring on a Property that does not comply with the Doceree Policies; (v) any click, impression, query, conversion, or other event occurring on a Property associated with another Doceree Account you use; and (vi) all clicks, impressions, queries, conversions, or other events in any Account with significant amounts of invalid activity, as described in (i-v) above or with the types of invalid activity indicating intentional misconduct. In the event Doceree detects invalid activity, either before or after issuing a payment for that activity, Doceree reserves the right to debit your Account, and adjust future payments accordingly, for all invalid clicks, impressions, queries, conversions, or other events including for all clicks, impressions, queries, conversions, or other events on Properties that do not comply with the Doceree Policies.
Additionally, Doceree may refund or credit advertisers for some or all of the advertiser payments associated with a publisher's Account. You acknowledge and agree that, whenever Doceree issues such refunds or credits, you will not be entitled to receive any payment for any associated use of the Services.

6. Termination, Suspension, and Entitlement to Further Payment

Doceree may at any time, without providing a warning or prior notice, temporarily suspend further payments on your Account, suspend or terminate the participation of any Property in the Services, or suspend or terminate your Account because of, among other reasons, invalid activity or your failure to otherwise fully comply with the Doceree Policies. Doceree can terminate your participation in the Services, and close your Account, if your Account remains inactive for a period of 6 (six) or more consecutive months. If Doceree closes your Account due to inactivity, and the balance reflected in your Account equals or exceeds the applicable threshold of INR 1000, we will pay you that balance, subject to our payment provisions in Section 5. If Doceree closes your Account due to inactivity, you will not be prevented from submitting a new application to use the Services.
If Doceree terminates your Account due to your breach of the Doceree Terms, including, but not limited to, your causing or failing to prevent invalid activity on any Property, or your failure to otherwise fully comply with the Doceree Policies, you will not be entitled to any further payment from Doceree for any prior use of the Services. If you breach the Doceree Terms or Doceree suspends or terminates your Account, you (i) are prohibited from creating a new Account, and (ii) may not be permitted to monetize content on other Doceree products.
If you dispute any payment made or withheld relating to your use of the Services, or, if Doceree terminates your Account and you dispute your termination, you must notify Doceree within 30 (thirty) days of any such payment, non-payment, or termination by submitting an appeal. If you do not, any claim related to the disputed payment or your termination is waived. You may terminate your use of the Services at any time by completing the account cancellation process. Your Doceree Account will be considered terminated within 10 (ten) business days of Doceree's receipt of your notice. If you terminate your Account and the balance reflected in your Account equals or exceeds the applicable threshold of INR 1000, we will pay you that balance, subject to the payment provisions in Section 5, within approximately 90 (ninety) days after the end of the calendar month in which you terminated your use of the Services. Any balance reflected in your Account below the applicable threshold will remain unpaid.

7. Taxes

As between you and Doceree, Doceree is responsible for all taxes (if any) associated with the transactions between Doceree and advertisers in connection with Ads displayed on the Properties. You are responsible for all taxes (if any) associated with payments to you in relation to the Services. All payments to you from Doceree in relation to the Services will be treated as inclusive of tax (if applicable) and will not be adjusted.

8. Testing; Beta Features

Doceree may periodically conduct tests that may affect your use of the Services. Doceree shall use its best efforts to limit such tests to avoid adverse effects to you. You acknowledge that these tests are to ensure the timeliness and validity of Doceree’s services, and that you shall not be entitled to notice or compensation related to the tests, or any impact from such tests.
As Doceree develops and adds features to its Program, certain Program features may be identified as “Beta” or as otherwise unsupported or temporary (“Beta Features”). You may not disclose any information from Beta Features or the terms or existence of any non-public Beta Features. Doceree may cease providing beta feature(s) at any time in its discretion, and may not, in its discretion, provide any technical support services in relation to beta features. Beta Features shall be considered Doceree’s Confidential Information.

9. Intellectual Property; Brand Features

Other than as set out expressly in the Agreement, neither party will acquire any right, title, or interest in any intellectual property rights belonging to the other party or to the other party's licensors.
If Doceree provides you with a software in connection with the Services, we grant you a non-exclusive, non-sublicensable license for the use of such software. This license is for the sole purpose of enabling you to use and enjoy the benefit of the Services as provided by Doceree, in the manner permitted by the Agreement. You may not copy, modify, distribute, sell, or lease any part of our Services or included software, or reverse engineer or attempt to extract the source code of that software, unless laws prohibit those restrictions, or you have our written permission. You will not remove, obscure, or alter Doceree's copyright notice, Brand Features, or other proprietary rights notices affixed to or contained within any Doceree services, software, or documentation.
We grant you a non-exclusive, non-sublicensable license to use Doceree's trade names, trademarks, service marks, logos, domain names, and other distinctive brand features ("Brand Features") solely in connection with your use of the Services and in accordance with the Doceree Terms. We may revoke this license at any time. Any goodwill arising from your use of Doceree's Brand Features will belong to Doceree.
We may include your name and Brand Features in our presentations, marketing materials, customer lists and financial reports.

10. Privacy

Our privacy policy explains how we treat your personal data and protect your privacy when you use our Services. By using our Services, you agree that Doceree can use such data in accordance with our privacy policy, which is available here. You will ensure that at all times you use the Services, the Properties have a clearly labeled and easily accessible privacy policy that provides end users with clear and comprehensive information about cookies, device-specific information, location information and other information stored on, accessed on, or collected from end users' devices in connection with the Services, including, as applicable, information about end users' options for cookie management. You will use commercially reasonable efforts to ensure that an end user gives consent to the storing and accessing of cookies, device-specific information, location information, or other information on the end user's device in connection with the Services where such consent is required by law.
Doceree’s Privacy Policy can be accessed at LINK

11. Confidentiality

You agree not to disclose Doceree Confidential Information without our prior written consent. "Doceree Confidential Information" includes: (a) all Doceree software, technology and documentation relating to the Services; (b) click-through rates or other statistics relating to Property performance as pertaining to the Services; (c) the existence of, information about, or the terms of, any non-public beta or experimental features in a Service; and (d) any other information made available by Doceree that is marked confidential or would normally be considered confidential under the circumstances in which it is presented.
Notwithstanding the preceding paragraph, Confidential Information does not include information that: (a) at the time of disclosure is already in the public domain; (b) after disclosure is published or otherwise becomes part of the public domain through no fault of either party; (c) at the time of disclosure is in the party’s possession and was not acquired directly or indirectly from the other party, as evidenced by written records; (d) was lawfully acquired by the party from a third party having the right to disclose it without an obligation of confidentiality, as evidenced by written records; or (e) was developed by the party independently of any disclosure from the other party and without any reference to or use of the Confidential Information, as evidenced by written records.
Notwithstanding any provisions hereof to the contrary, including but not limited to this Section, the party may disclose the Confidential Information to the extent required by applicable law, rule or order of court or government regulation; provided that, the party shall give the other party a notice of such disclosure request in advance, if practicably possible, of such disclosure so that the party may seek an appropriate protective order or other similar order preventing or limiting such disclosure.
Notwithstanding any provisions hereof to the contrary, including but not limited to this Section, the party may disclose the Confidential Information to its employees, representative, agents or affiliates for the purpose of providing the service or for successfully completing its activity, provided that the party shall impose on such employees, representative, agents or affiliates the obligations at least restrictive as those imposed on the party herein with respect to the confidential information.

12. Indemnity

You will ensure that all materials provided to Doceree in your engagement with it, you will not indulge in any activity or use any material that is contrary to applicable law. You agree to indemnify and defend Doceree, its affiliates, agents, and advertisers from and against any and all third-party claims and liabilities arising out of or related to the Properties, including any content served on the Properties that is not provided by Doceree; your use of the Services; or your breach of any term of the Doceree Terms; your gross negligence or willful misconduct or claims in relation to the breach of our or any third party’s intellectual property rights. Doceree's advertisers are third-party beneficiaries of this indemnity.
Notwithstanding the foregoing, Doceree shall be entitled to recover from you any amounts in respect of any indirect or consequential loss suffered by us, our affiliates and their respective, representatives, employees and agents on account of your actions.

13.Representations; Warranties; Disclaimers

You represent and warrant that (i) you have full power and authority to enter into the Doceree Terms; (ii) you are the owner of, or are legally authorized to act on behalf of the owner of, each Property; (iii) you are the technical and editorial decision maker in relation to each Property on which the Services are implemented and you have control over the way in which the Services are implemented on each Property; (iv) Doceree has never previously terminated or otherwise disabled a Doceree Account created by you due to your breach of the Doceree Terms, including due to invalid activity; (v) entering into or performing under the Doceree Terms will not violate any agreement you have with a third party or any third-party rights; and (vi) all of the information provided by you to Doceree is correct and current.
OTHER THAN AS EXPRESSLY SET OUT IN THE DOCEREE TERMS, WE DO NOT MAKE ANY PROMISES ABOUT THE SERVICES. FOR EXAMPLE, DOCEREE MAY REFUSE TO SERVE ADVERTISEMENTS AND OTHER CONTENT ("ADS"). WE DO NOT GUARANTEE THAT EVERY PAGE WILL RECEIVE ADS OR THAT DOCEREE WILL SERVE A CERTAIN NUMBER OF ADS. ADDITIONALLY, WE DO NOT MAKE ANY COMMITMENTS ABOUT THE CONTENT WITHIN THE SERVICES, THE SPECIFIC FUNCTION OF THE SERVICES, OR THEIR PROFITABILITY, RELIABILITY, AVAILABILITY, OR ABILITY TO MEET YOUR NEEDS. WE PROVIDE EACH SERVICE "AS IS". TO THE EXTENT PERMITTED BY LAW, WE EXCLUDE ALL WARRANTIES, EXPRESS, STATUTORY, OR IMPLIED. WE EXPRESSLY DISCLAIM THE WARRANTIES OR CONDITIONS OF NON-INFRINGEMENT, MERCHANTABILITY, AND FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR PURPOSE.

14. Limitation of Liability

TO THE EXTENT PERMITTED BY LAW, EXCEPT FOR ANY INDEMNIFICATION OBLIGATIONS HEREUNDER OR YOUR BREACH OF ANY INTELLECTUAL PROPERTY RIGHTS, CONFIDENTIALITY OBLIGATIONS, AND/OR PROPRIETARY INTERESTS RELATING TO THE DOCEREE TERMS, (i) IN NO EVENT SHALL EITHER PARTY BE LIABLE UNDER THE DOCEREE TERMS FOR ANY CONSEQUENTIAL, SPECIAL, INDIRECT, EXEMPLARY, OR PUNITIVE DAMAGES WHETHER IN CONTRACT, TORT, OR ANY OTHER THEORY, EVEN IF SUCH PARTY HAS BEEN ADVISED OF THE POSSIBILITY OF SUCH DAMAGES AND NOTWITHSTANDING ANY FAILURE OF ESSENTIAL PURPOSE OF ANY LIMITED REMEDY, AND (ii) EACH PARTY'S AGGREGATE LIABILITY UNDER THE DOCEREE TERMS IS LIMITED TO THE NET AMOUNT RECEIVED AND RETAINED BY THAT PARTICULAR PARTY IN CONNECTION WITH THESE DOCEREE TERMS DURING THE 3 (THREE) MONTH PERIOD IMMEDIATELY PRECEDING THE DATE OF THE CLAIM. Each party acknowledges that the other party has entered into the Doceree Terms relying on the limitations of liability stated herein and that those limitations are an essential basis of the bargain between the parties.

15. Miscellaneous

a. Entire Agreement; Amendments

The Doceree Terms are our entire agreement relating to your use of the Services and supersede any prior or contemporaneous agreements on that subject. The Doceree Terms may be mutually amended (i) in a writing signed by both parties that expressly states that it is amending the Doceree Terms, or (ii) as set forth in Section 4, if you keep using the Services after Doceree modifies the Doceree Terms.

b. Assignment

You may not assign or transfer any of your rights under the Doceree Terms.

c. Independent Contractors

The parties are independent contractors and the Doceree Terms do not create an agency, partnership, or joint venture.

d. No Third-Party Beneficiaries

Other than as set forth in Section 12, the Doceree Terms do not create any third-party beneficiary rights.

e. No Waiver

Other than as set forth in Section 6, the failure of either party to enforce any provision of the Doceree Terms will not constitute a waiver.

f. Severability

If it turns out that a particular term of the Doceree Terms is not enforceable, the balance of the Doceree Terms will remain in full force and effect.

g. Survival

Sections 5, 6, 8, 12, 14, and 15 of these Terms of Service will survive termination.

h. Governing Law; Venue

All claims arising out of or relating to the Doceree Terms or the Services will be governed by the laws of India and the Courts at New Delhi shall have exclusive jurisdiction

i. Arbitration

All dispute and differences arising out of or in connection with or relating to the Terms shall be settled under the Rules of Delhi International Arbitration Centre (“Rules”) by a sole arbitrator appointed in accordance with the Rules. The seat of the arbitration shall be Delhi and the venue shall be the Delhi International Arbitration Centre, Delhi. The language of the arbitration shall be English.

j. Force Majeure

Neither party will be liable for inadequate performance to the extent caused by a condition (for example, natural disaster, act of war or terrorism, riot, labor condition, governmental action, and Internet disturbance) that was beyond the party's reasonable control.

k. Communications

In connection with your use of the Services, we may contact you regarding service announcements, administrative messages, and other information. You may opt out of some of those communications in your Account settings. For information about how to contact Doceree, please visit our contact page.

These Doceree Inc Advertising Program Terms (“Terms”) are entered into by Doceree Inc(“Doceree”) and the entity executing these Terms or that accepts these Terms electronically (“Customer”). These Terms govern Customer’s participation in Doceree’s advertising programs and services (collectively, “Programs”) that are accessible through the account(s) given to Customer in connection with these Terms. Please read these Terms carefully. They require the use of binding individual arbitration to resolve disputes rather than jury trials or class actions. If Customer wishes, Customer may opt out of the requirement to arbitrate disputes by following the instructions in Section 13(F) below within 30 days of the first acceptance date of any version of these Terms containing an arbitration provision.

1. Programs

Customer authorizes Doceree and its affiliates to place Customer’s advertising materials (collectively, “Ads” or “Creative”) on any content or property (each a “Property”) provided by Doceree or its affiliates on behalf of Doceree or, as applicable, a third party (“Partner”). As between Doceree and Customer, Customer is solely responsible for all: (i) the creation and format of Ads, (ii) trafficking or targeting decisions for Ads (“Targets”), (iii) destinations to which Ads direct viewers (e.g., landing pages, mobile applications) along with the related URLs, waypoints, and redirects (“Destinations”), and (iv) services and products advertised on Destinations (collectively, “Services”). Customer’s Ads must be in compliance with Doceree’s Ad Guideline Policy, accessible here. The Program is an advertising platform on which Customer authorizes Doceree and its affiliates to use automated tools to place Ads. Doceree and its affiliates may also make available to Customer certain optional features to assist Customer with the selection or generation of Targets, Ads, or Destinations. Customer is not required to authorize use of these optional features and, as applicable, may opt-in to or opt- out of usage of these features. Customer’s use of these features does not change Customer’s sole responsibility for the Ads, Targets, and Destinations. Doceree and its affiliates or Partners may reject or remove a specific Ad, Target, or Destination at any time for any or no reason. Doceree and its affiliates may modify or cancel features at any time. Customer acknowledges that Doceree or its affiliates may participate in auctions for media purchases for Targets which may be of interest to Customer, in support of Doceree’s own services and products. Customer authorizes Doceree to reformat Ads for optimal function in a Program. Customer grants Doceree the right to reproduce Ads in Doceree’s promotional materials, as examples of Doceree’s Services.

As Doceree develops and adds features to its Program, certain Program features may be identified as “Beta” or as otherwise unsupported or confidential (“Beta Features”). Customer may not disclose any information from Beta Features or the terms or existence of any non-public Beta Features. Doceree may cease providing beta feature(s) at any time in its discretion, and may not, in its discretion, provide any technical support services in relation to beta features.

2. Policies

Customer is solely responsible for its use of the Programs (e.g., access to and use of Program accounts and safeguarding usernames and passwords) (“Use”). Program Use is subject to applicable Doceree Content Policy, Privacy Policy, Program Policy, Partner Policy, and all Doceree policies which are made known to Customer, in each case, as modified from time to time (collectively “Policies”). Customer will not, and may not authorize or direct any third party to, (i) generate automated, fraudulent or otherwise invalid impressions, inquiries, clicks or conversions, (ii) conceal conversions for Programs where they are required to be disclosed, (iii) use any automated means or form of scraping or data extraction to access, query or otherwise collect Doceree advertising-related information from any Property except as expressly permitted by Doceree, or (iv) attempt to interfere with the functioning of the Programs. Customer will direct communications regarding Ads on Partner Properties under these Terms only to Doceree.

3. Ad Serving

Customer may utilize an Ad server solely for serving or tracking Ads under Programs that permit third-party Ad serving and only if the Ad server has been authorized by Doceree to participate in the Program. Doceree will implement Customer’s Ad server tags so that they are functional.


For online display Ad impressions billed on a CPM or vCPM basis (“Display Ads”), if Doceree’s applicable impression count (“IC”) for a Program is higher than Customer’s third-party Ad server (“3PAS”) IC by more than 10% over the invoice period, Customer shall be responsible for facilitating reconciliation between Doceree and the 3PAS. If this discrepancy is not resolved, and Customer wishes a credit from Doceree, Customer’s sole remedy is to make a claim within 60 days after the invoice date (“Claim Period”). If Doceree determines that the claim is valid, then Doceree will issue to Customer advertising credits equal to (90% of Doceree’s IC minus 3PAS’s IC), multiplied by Doceree’s reported campaign average CPM or vCPM, as applicable, over the invoice period. Any advertising credits issued must be used by Customer within 60 days of issuance (“Use-By Date”). Doceree may suspend Customer’s permission to utilize that 3PAS provider and may suspend or void the effectiveness of the discrepancy resolution provisions of this Section for that 3PAS provider. Metrics from 3PAS whose Ad server tags are provided to Doceree will be used in the above discrepancy resolution calculations. Doceree may require that discrepancy records be provided directly by 3PAS to Doceree. Customer will not be credited for discrepancies caused by 3PAS’s inability to serve Ads.

4. Testing

Customer acknowledges that Doceree and its affiliates will periodically conduct tests that may affect Customer’s Use of Programs, including Ad formatting, Targets, Destinations, quality, ranking, performance, pricing, and auction-time bid adjustments. Doceree shall use its best efforts to limit such tests to avoid adverse effects to Customer. Customer acknowledges that these tests are to ensure the timeliness and validity of Doceree’s services, and that Customer shall not be entitled to notice or compensation related to the tests or any impact from such tests.

5. Ad Cancellation

Unless a Policy, the Program user interface, or an agreement referencing these Terms (an “IO”) provides otherwise, either party may cancel any Ad at any time before the earlier of Ad auction or placement, but if Customer cancels an Ad after a commitment date provided by Doceree (e.g., a reservation-based campaign), then Customer is responsible for any cancellation fees communicated by Doceree to Customer, and the Ad may still be published. Cancelled Ads will generally cease serving within 8 business hours or as described in a Policy or IO, and Customer remains obligated to pay all charges resulting from served Ads (e.g., fees based on conversion). Customer must effect cancellation of Ads (i) online through Customer’s account, if the functionality is available, (ii) via email to Customer’s account representative at Doceree, or (iii) if Customer does not have an account representative, via email to ads-support@Doceree.com.

7.Warranty, Rights, and Obligations

Customer warrants that (a) Customer holds all rights or is otherwise authorized to use, transmit, display, and reproduce the Ads, Destinations, and Targets, and (b) all information and authorizations provided by Customer are complete, correct and current. Customer hereby grants to Doceree, its affiliates and Partners, the right to use, transmit, display, and reproduce the Ads, Destinations, and Targets, all in and for the operation of the Doceree Programs (including, in the case of feed data, after Customer ceases to use the Programs). Customer authorizes Doceree and its affiliates to automate retrieval and analysis of, and create test credentials to access, Destinations for the purposes of the Programs. By providing any mobile or other telephone number to Doceree in connection with the Programs, Customer authorizes Doceree, its affiliates and their agents to call and send text messages (for which standard message and data rates may apply) to the provided telephone numbers, including by an automatic telephone dialing system, for purposes of the Programs. Doceree will not initiate autodialed calls or text messages for marketing purposes. Customer further authorizes Doceree, its affiliates and their agents to send electronic mail to Customer for purposes of the Programs. Customer warrants that it is authorized to act on behalf of, and has bound to these Terms, each third party, if any, for which Customer advertises in connection with these Terms (“Advertiser”) and any references to Customer in these Terms will also apply to any such Advertiser as applicable. Customer shall be liable for any obligation on behalf of Customer or Advertiser under these Terms. If Customer is using a Program on its own behalf to advertise, for that use Customer will be deemed to be both Customer and Advertiser. Doceree shall only communicate directly with an Advertiser upon Customer’s written request.

8. Make-Goods

For reservation-based Display Ads, Doceree will deliver any agreed on aggregate number of Display Ads by the end of the campaign, but if Doceree fails to do so, then Customer’s sole remedy is to make a claim during the Claim Period. If Doceree confirms the accuracy of the claim, then Doceree will not charge Customer for the undelivered Display Ads or, if Customer has already paid, at Doceree’s reasonable discretion, Doceree will provide for (i) advertising credits, which must be used by the Use-By Date, (ii) placement of the Display Ads in a position Doceree deems comparable within 60 days of Doceree’s confirmation of the accuracy of the claim or (iii) an extension of the term of the campaign. Doceree cannot assure that any auction-based Ads will be delivered and therefore make-goods do not apply to auction-based Ads.

9. Payment

Customer will pay all charges incurred in connection with a Program, using a payment method approved by Doceree for that Customer (as modified from time to time), within a commercially reasonable time period specified by Doceree (e.g., in the Program user interface or IO). All payments are non-refundable. Late payments bear interest at the rate of 1.5% per month (or the highest rate permitted by law, if less). Payments due to Doceree are exclusive of taxes and bank or credit card processing fees. Customer will pay (i) all taxes and other government charges and (ii) reasonable expenses and legal fees Doceree incurs in collecting late payments that are not disputed in good faith. Charges are based on the billing criteria under the applicable Program (e.g., based on clicks, impressions, views or conversions). Any portion of a charge not disputed in good faith must be paid in full. No party may offset any payment due under these Terms against any other payment to be made under these Terms. Doceree may, in its sole discretion, extend, revise or revoke credit at any time. Doceree is not obligated to deliver any Ads in excess of any credit limit.

If Customer disputes a charge, Customer must notify Doceree in writing within seven (7) days of notification of the charge (“Claim Period”). In the event of an asserted dispute over a charge, Customer remains responsible to pay any undisputed amounts then due.

If Doceree does not deliver Ads to the selected Targets or Destinations, then Customer’s sole remedy is to make a claim for advertising credits within the Claim Period, after which Doceree will issue the credits following claim validation which must be used by the Use-By Date. Customer understands that third parties may generate impressions or clicks on Customer’s Ads for prohibited or improper purposes and if that happens, Customer’s sole remedy is to make a claim for advertising credits within the Claim Period, after which Doceree will issue the credits following claim validation, which must be used by the Use-By Date. TO THE FULLEST EXTENT PERMITTED BY LAW, (A) CUSTOMER WAIVES ALL CLAIMS RELATING TO ANY PROGRAM CHARGES UNLESS A CLAIM IS MADE WITHIN THE CLAIM PERIOD AND (B) THE ISSUANCE OF ADVERTISING CREDITS (IF ANY) IS AT DOCEREE’S REASONABLE DISCRETION AND IF ISSUED, MUST BE USED BY THE USE-BY DATE.

10. Disclaimers

TO THE FULLEST EXTENT PERMITTED BY LAW, DOCEREE, ON BEHALF OF ITSELF AND ITS PARTNERS AND AFFILIATES, DISCLAIMS ALL WARRANTIES, WHETHER IMPLIED, STATUTORY OR OTHERWISE, INCLUDING FOR NON- INFRINGEMENT, SATISFACTORY QUALITY, MERCHANTABILITY AND FITNESS FOR ANY PURPOSE, AS WELL AS ANY WARRANTIES ARISING OUT OF ANY COURSE OF DEALING OR USAGE OF TRADE. TO THE FULLEST EXTENT PERMITTED BY LAW, THE PROGRAMS AND DOCEREE AND PARTNER PROPERTIES ARE PROVIDED “AS IS,” “AS AVAILABLE” AND “WITH ALL FAULTS,” AND CUSTOMER USES THEM AT ITS OWN RISK. DOCEREE, ITS AFFILIATES, AND ITS PARTNERS DO NOT MAKE ANY GUARANTEE IN CONNECTION WITH THE PROGRAMS OR PROGRAM RESULTS. DOCEREE MAKES NO PROMISE TO INFORM CUSTOMER OF DEFECTS OR ERRORS.

11. Indemnification

Customer will defend and indemnify Doceree, its Partners, agents, affiliates, and licensors against all liabilities, damages, losses, costs, fees (including legal fees), and expenses relating to any third-party allegation or legal proceeding to the extent arising out of or related to Ads, Targets, Destinations, Services, Use or any breach of these Terms by Customer. Partners are intended third-party beneficiaries of this Section.

12. Limitation of Liability

EXCEPT FOR SECTION 10, TO THE FULLEST EXTENT PERMITTED BY LAW REGARDLESS OF THE THEORY OR TYPE OF CLAIM: (a) DOCEREE, CUSTOMER, AND THEIR RESPECTIVE AFFILIATES WILL NOT BE HELD LIABLE UNDER THESE TERMS OR ARISING OUT OF OR RELATED TO THESE TERMS FOR ANY DAMAGES OTHER THAN DIRECT DAMAGES, EVEN IF THE PARTY IS AWARE OR SHOULD KNOW THAT SUCH OTHER TYPES OF DAMAGES ARE POSSIBLE AND EVEN IF DIRECT DAMAGES DO NOT SATISFY A REMEDY; AND (b) OTHER THAN CUSTOMER’S PAYMENT OBLIGATIONS UNDER THESE TERMS, DOCEREE AND ITS AFFILIATES WILL NOT BE HELD LIABLE FOR DAMAGES UNDER THESE TERMS OR ARISING OUT OF OR RELATED TO PERFORMANCE OF THESE TERMS FOR ANY GIVEN EVENT OR SERIES OF CONNECTED EVENTS IN THE AGGREGATE OF MORE THAN THE AMOUNT PAID TO DOCEREE BY CUSTOMER UNDER THE TERMS IN THE THIRTY DAYS BEFORE THE DATE OF THE ACTIVITY FIRST GIVING RISE TO THE CLAIM.

13. Changes to Terms

Doceree may make non-material changes to these Terms at any time without notice, but Doceree will provide advance notice of any material changes to these Terms. The Terms will be posted at the legal section on www.doceree.com. Other than changes made under Section 13(G), the changes to the Terms will not apply retroactively and will become effective 7 days after posting. However, changes made for legal reasons will be effective immediately upon notice. Either party may terminate these Terms at any time with notice to the other party, but (i) campaigns not cancelled under Section 5 and new campaigns may be run and reserved and (ii) continued Program Use is, in each case, subject to Doceree’s terms and conditions then in effect for the Programs. Doceree may suspend Customer’s ability to participate in the Programs at any time. In all cases, the running of any Customer campaigns after termination is in Doceree’s sole discretion.

14. Dispute Resolution Agreement

a. Arbitration of disputes

Arbitration of disputes Doceree and Customer agree to arbitrate all disputes and claims between Doceree and Customer that arise out of or relate in any way to the Programs or these Terms. This agreement to arbitrate (“Dispute Resolution Agreement” or “Section 13”) is intended to be broadly interpreted and includes, for example:

  • claims brought under any legal theory;
  • claims that arose before Customer first accepted any version of these Terms containing an arbitration provision;
  • claims that may arise after the termination of Customer’s Use of the Programs;
  • claims brought by or against Doceree, Doceree affiliates that provide the Programs to Customer, Doceree parent companies, and the respective officers, directors, employees, agents, predecessors, successors, and assigns of these entities; and
  • claims brought by or against Customer, its affiliates and parent companies Customer, and officers, directors, employees, agents, predecessors, successors, and assigns of these entities.

This Dispute Resolution Agreement does not preclude any party from seeking a preliminary injunction or temporary restraining order until a claim is arbitrated, or from bringing an action in small claims court, in any court that has jurisdiction; provided that, as limited by Section 13(C) below, the arbitrator will have exclusive jurisdiction to finally resolve claims not within the jurisdiction of a small claims court. Nor does this Dispute Resolution Agreement bar any party from bringing issues to the attention of federal, state, or local agencies.

Doceree and Customer Advertiser agree that, by entering into this arbitration agreement, all parties are waiving their respective rights to a trial by jury or to participate in a class or representative action. The Federal Arbitration Act governs the interpretation and enforcement of this Dispute Resolution Agreement. With respect to all disputes or claims that arise out of or relate in any way to the Programs or these Terms, this Dispute Resolution Agreement supersedes any contrary terms regarding dispute resolution in any other agreement between the parties.

b. Notice of disputes

If any party intends to seek arbitration of a dispute, that party must provide the other party with notice in writing (“Notice of Dispute”). The Notice of Dispute must be sent to Doceree at legal@doceree.com, and to Customer at its primary email address. Doceree and Customer each agree to receive legal notice at those addresses, which addresses may be updated by written notice to the other party. Customer’s Notice of Dispute to Doceree must provide, as applicable, (a) Customer’s name and mailing address, (b) the email address Customer uses to log into Customer’s account, (c) the Ads Customer ID(s), (d) the Case Number(s) assigned by Doceree to track previous attempts to resolve the dispute, (e) a description of the dispute, including identification of the relevant campaigns, and (f) a statement of the relief requested.

c. Settlement discussion

The parties agree to set up a meeting with their respective principals to resolve the dispute. If the parties are unable or unwilling to resolve the dispute within 60 days after the Notice of Dispute is submitted, the dispute will be submitted for resolution by arbitration upon one party sending the other party and the American Arbitration Association (“AAA”) a demand for arbitration. For the avoidance of doubt, no arbitration demand may be submitted until at least 60 days after submission of the Notice of Dispute. A demand for arbitration must be sent to the other party’s Notice Address and entitled “Demand for Arbitration.”

d. Arbitration procedures

The arbitration will be governed by the AAA’s Commercial Arbitration Rules ("AAA Rules"), as modified by these Terms, and will be administered by the AAA. Unless the parties agree otherwise, the Expedited Procedures of the AAA Rules will apply to any claim of $75,000 or less. The AAA Rules are available online at adr.org or by calling the AAA at 1-800-778-7879. If the AAA is unavailable, the parties will agree to another arbitration provider or the court will appoint a substitute. To the fullest extent permitted by applicable law, any evidentiary submissions made in arbitration will be maintained as confidential in the absence of good cause for its disclosure. The arbitrator’s award will be maintained as confidential only to the extent necessary to protect either party’s trade secrets or proprietary business information or to comply with a legal requirement mandating confidentiality.

Unless the parties agree otherwise, any arbitration hearings will take place in the county (or parish) of Customer’s principal place of business. If the value of Customer’s claim is $25,000 or less, Customer may choose whether the arbitration will be conducted solely on the basis of documents submitted to the arbitrator, by telephone, or by an in-person hearing. If the value of Customer’s claim exceeds $25,000, the right to a hearing will be determined by the AAA Rules. Regardless of the manner in which the arbitration is conducted, the arbitrator will issue a reasoned written decision sufficient to explain the essential findings and conclusions on which the decision is based. All issues are for the arbitrator to decide, except that only a court of competent jurisdiction may decide issues relating to the scope and enforceability of this arbitration provision, the arbitrability of disputes, or the interpretation of Section 13(E). The arbitrator will not be bound by rulings in other arbitrations in which Customer or Advertiser is not a party. The arbitrator can award the same individualized damages and relief that a court can award. Judgment on the award may be entered by any court having jurisdiction.

e. Costs of arbitration

The AAA’s fee schedule is subject to change and may be found in the AAA Rules (available online at adr.org or by calling the AAA at 1-800-778-7879). Doceree will pay all AAA filing, administrative, and arbitrator fees for any arbitration that Doceree commences. If Customer commenced arbitration at least 60 days after submitting the Notice of Dispute to Doceree, and the value of Customer’s claim is $75,000 or less, Doceree will pay Customer’s share of any such AAA fees. If the value of Customer’s claim is between $75,000 and $300,000, Customer’s share of any such fees will be capped at $200 (unless the law of Customer’s state requires Doceree to pay all such fees). If the value of Customer’s claim exceeds $300,000, the allocation of AAA fees will be governed by the AAA Rules. But the arbitrator may reallocate the fees to require Doceree to pay all fees if Customer cannot afford to pay them. If, however, the arbitrator finds that either the substance of Customer’s claim or the relief sought is frivolous or brought for an improper purpose (as measured by the standards in Federal Rule of Civil Procedure 11(b)), then the payment of all AAA fees will be governed by the AAA Rules. In such cases, the arbitrator may direct Customer or Advertiser to reimburse Doceree for amounts that Doceree paid on Customer’s behalf.

f. No class or representative arbitration

The arbitrator may award declaratory or injunctive relief only in favor of the individual party seeking relief and only to the extent necessary to provide relief warranted by that party’s individual claim without affecting other Doceree users or other customers or advertisers. CUSTOMER AND DOCEREE AGREE THAT EACH MAY BRING CLAIMS AGAINST THE OTHER ONLY IN ITS INDIVIDUAL CAPACITY, AND NOT AS A PLAINTIFF OR CLASS MEMBER IN ANY PURPORTED CLASS, REPRESENTATIVE, OR PRIVATE ATTORNEY GENERAL PROCEEDING. Further, unless all affected parties agree otherwise, the arbitrator may not consolidate more than one Customer’s claims and may not otherwise preside over any form of a representative or class proceeding. If a court decides that applicable law precludes enforcement of any of this subsection’s limitations as to a particular claim for relief, then that claim (and only that claim) must be severed from the arbitration and may be brought in court.

g. 30-day opt out period

Customer has the right to opt out of this Dispute Resolution Agreement. A Customer who does not wish to be bound by this Dispute Resolution Agreement (including its waiver of class and representative claims) must notify Doceree as set forth below within 30 days of the first acceptance date of any version of these Terms containing an arbitration provision (unless a longer period is required by applicable law).

h. Future changes to Dispute Resolution Agreement

If Doceree makes any changes to this Dispute Resolution Agreement (other than a change to Doceree’s Notice Address), Customer may reject any such change by notifying Doceree via webform as set forth in Section 13(F) within 30 days of the change. It is not necessary to submit a rejection of the future change to this Dispute Resolution Agreement if Customer had properly opted out of arbitration in compliance with the requirements of Section 13(F). By rejecting a future change, Customer is agreeing that it will arbitrate any dispute in accordance with the language of this Dispute Resolution Agreement, as modified by any changes that Customer did not reject.

15. Confidentiality

Customer agrees not to disclose Doceree Confidential Information without Doceree’s prior written consent. "Doceree Confidential Information" includes: (a) all Doceree software, technology and documentation relating to the Services; (b) click-through rates or other statistics relating to the Services; (c) the existence of, information about, or the terms of, any non-public beta or experimental features in a Service; and (d) any other information made available by Doceree that is marked confidential or would normally be considered confidential under the circumstances in which it is presented. Doceree Confidential Information does not include information that you already knew prior to your use of the Services, that becomes public through no fault of yours, that was independently developed by you, or that was lawfully given to you by a third party. Notwithstanding this section, you may accurately disclose the amount paid to Doceree resulting from your use of the Services.

16. Miscellaneous

  • ALL CLAIMS ARISING OUT OF OR RELATING TO THESE TERMS OR THE PROGRAMS WILL BE GOVERNED BY NEW JERSEY LAW, EXCLUDING NEW JERSEY’S CONFLICT OF LAWS RULES, EXCEPT TO THE EXTENT THAT NEW JERSEY LAW IS CONTRARY TO OR PREEMPTED BY FEDERAL LAW.
  • EXCEPT AS PROVIDED IN SECTION 13, ALL CLAIMS ARISING OUT OF OR RELATING TO THESE TERMS OR THE PROGRAMS WILL BE LITIGATED EXCLUSIVELY IN THE FEDERAL OR STATE COURTS OF NEW JERSEY; THE PARTIES CONSENT TO PERSONAL JURISDICTION IN THESE COURTS.
  • These Terms are the parties’ entire agreement relating to their subject matter and supersede any prior or contemporaneous agreements on those subjects.
  • Customer may not make any public statement regarding the relationship contemplated by these Terms (except when required by law).
  • Except as provided in Section 13, all notices of termination or breach must be in writing and addressed to the other party’s Legal Department (or if it is not known if the other party has a Legal Department then to the other party's primary contact or other address on file). The email address for notices being sent to Doceree’s Legal Department is legal@doceree.com. Except as provided in Section 13, all other notices to Customer will be in writing and sent to an email address associated with Customer’s account, and all other notices to Doceree will be in writing and addressed to Customer’s primary contact at Doceree or other method made available by Doceree. Notice will be treated as given on receipt, as confirmed by written or electronic means. These notice requirements do not apply to legal service of process, which is instead governed by applicable law.
  • Except for modifications to these Terms by Doceree under Section 12, any amendment must be agreed to by both parties and must expressly state that it is amending these Terms. Neither party will be treated as having waived any rights by not exercising (or by delaying the exercise of) any rights under these Terms.
  • If any provision of these Terms is found unenforceable, that provision will be severed and the balance of the Terms will remain in full force and effect.
  • Neither party may assign any of its rights or obligations under these Terms without the written consent of the other party, except to an affiliate, where written notice must be provided to the other party. Any assignee shall be bound by these Terms, and the assigning party remains liable for obligations under these Terms. Any other attempt to transfer or assign is void.
  • Except as set for in Section 10, there are no third-party beneficiaries to these Terms.
  • These Terms do not create any agency, partnership or joint venture among the parties.
  • Sections 1 and 8 through 14 will survive termination of these Terms.
  • Force Majeure. Neither party will be liable for inadequate performance to the extent caused by a condition (for example, natural disaster, act of war or terrorism, riot, labor condition, governmental action, and Internet disturbance) that was beyond the party's reasonable control.

In addition to the Doceree ad placement policies, publishers must also abide by the following application- specific implementation policies:

  • Ads should not be placed very close to or underneath buttons or any other object such that the placement of the ad interferes with a user’s typical interaction with the app or ad.
  • Ads should not be placed in a location that covers up or hides any area that users have interest in viewing during typical interaction. Ads should not be placed in areas where users will randomly click or place their fingers on the screen.
  • Ads should not be placed on a 'dead end' screen. There must be a way to exit a screen without clicking the ad (for example, a 'back' or 'menu' button). Otherwise, the user should be notified that the home button will exit the application.
  • Ads should not be placed in applications that are running in the background of the device or outside of the app environment. It should be clear to the user which application the ad is associated with or implemented in. Examples include ads served in widgets; ads launched before the app has opened or after the app has closed.
  • Ads should not be placed in a way that prevents viewing the app’s core content. Ads should not be placed in a way that interferes with navigating or interacting with the app’s core content and functionality. Examples include: an interstitial ad triggered every time a user clicks within the app.
  • Publishers are not permitted to place ads on any non-content-based pages such as thank you, error, log in, or exit screens. These are the screens that visitors may see upon launching the app, before potentially leaving the app or after performing a specific action on the screen such as a purchase or download. Ads that are the main focus on these types of screens can confuse a visitor into thinking that the ads are actual content, so do not place ads on such screens.

1. Displaying a third-party site in your app

When an app displays someone else's site within a frame, this is considered framing content. Publishers are not permitted to frame third party content and monetize it without permission from the owners of that content.

If a publisher owns the content, it can be framed in their app and monetized. However, if the framed content is already being monetized by Doceree Ads, the framed content should not contain any additional code for Doceree inside the version on the mobile app.

2. Sub-syndication and ad network mediation

Publishers may not enter into sub-syndication relationships (i.e., Doceree should have a direct relationship with the publisher, rather than through an intermediate party).

3. Restricted information sharing

  • Metrics: Publishers may not share access to the reporting console (unless with Doceree’s prior written consent on which metrics to share).
  • Code: Publishers may not share either source Doceree code or uncompiled Doceree code with any third party.

4. Personalized advertising

Doceree may use the advertising ID from the device on which the ad is serving to generate interests and demographics (for example, 'sports enthusiasts'). Interests, demographics, and other data may be used to serve better targeted ads to the user. Additionally, your app's privacy policy may need to be updated to reflect the use of personalized advertising (formerly known as interest-based advertising) served via the Doceree. Please take a moment to review your app's privacy policies and ensure that they are up-to-date. Because publisher pages and laws vary across countries, we're unable to suggest specific privacy policy language.

All publishers are required to adhere to the following policies, so please read them carefully. If you fail to comply with these policies without permission from Doceree, we reserve the right to disable ad serving to your app/website and/or disable your Doceree account at any time. If your account is disabled, you will not be eligible for further participation in the Doceree program.

Publishers are not permitted to place Doceree ads on pages with adult or mature content. While we recognize that interpretations of adult or mature content may vary across countries and cultures, we hold all publishers accountable to the same content requirements so that we can ensure a safe and healthy global advertising ecosystem.

If you’re unsure about whether or not something might be considered adult content, our general rule of thumb is this: if you wouldn’t want a child to see the content or you would be embarrassed to view the page at work in front of colleagues, then you should not place ad code on it.

1. Nudity and pornograph

Doceree ads may not be placed on pages that contain nudity or pornography. Examples include, but are not limited to, pages with images, videos, or descriptions containing:

  • pornographic images, videos, or games
  • pornographic cartoons or anime (hentai/ecchi)
  • nudity

2. Sexually gratifying content

Doceree ads may not be placed on content that is sexually suggestive and/or intended to cause sexual arousal. Examples of content that may be considered sexually gratifying include, but are not limited to:

  • close-ups of breasts, buttocks, or crotches
  • sheer or see-through clothing or lingerie
  • strategically covered nudity (includes situations in which genitals are blurred out by camera)
  • images of men or women posing and/or undressing in a seductive manner

3. Fetishes and sexual aids

Doceree ads may not be placed on pages that promote, sell, or discuss sexual fetishes, aids, devices, or enhancement tools.


A fetish may be an obsession or sexual desire in which gratification is dependent upon specific objects (diapers, food items, etc.), materials (leather, latex, etc), parts of a body (feet, toes, ears, etc.), or situations. Examples of types of fetishes and fetishistic practices may include, but are not limited to:

  • bestiality, necrophilia, incest, and voyeurism
  • role-playing, bondage, dominance and submission
  • sadomasochism, snuff

Doceree may consider something to be a sexual aid, device, or enhancement tool if it is used for sexual pleasure and/or to improve sexual experiences. This includes, but is not limited to:

  • sexual toys such as vibrators, dildos, personal lubricants
  • penis and breast enlargement tools and/or medications

Certain medications used to treat conditions like erectile dysfunction fall under our recreational drug policy.

4. Recreational drugs and drug-related content

We want to help keep people safe both online and offline, so we don't allow the promotion of some products or services that cause damage, harm, or injury. For this reason, Doceree ads may not be placed on pages that sell or promote recreational drugs and drug-related content including:

  • Promotion of substances that alter mental state for the purpose of recreation or otherwise induce "highs". Examples:
  • Cocaine, crystal meth, heroin, marijuana, cocaine substitutes, mephedrone, "legal highs"
  • Products or services marketed as facilitating recreational drug use. Examples:
  • Pipes, bongs, cannabis coffee shops
  • Instructional content about producing, purchasing, or using recreational drugs. Examples:
  • Forums to exchange tips or recommendations on drug use

Please be aware that the promotion of prohibited content includes providing links to contents that does not follow our recreational drugs and drug-related content policies.

5. Mail order brides, escort services, adult or sexual dating sites

Doceree ads may not be placed on any sites offering adult or sexual services, dating, companionship or erotic massages. Examples include, but are not limited to:

  • personal ads and/or sites for affairs and/or sexual encounters
  • escort services
  • mail order brides
  • erotic massage services

6. Adult links to external sites

Doceree ads may not be placed on pages that provide links for or drive traffic to adult or mature sites.

7. Comment spam

Doceree ads may not be placed on pages containing any form of comment spam (including adult language). Examples of comment spam include but are not limited to random sentences and/or portions of sentences to forum posts that have been copied and pasted from other sources, random and/or nonsensical words, and phrases that are unrelated to the topic. While we understand the challenges of monitoring user-generated content, we require publishers to monitor the pages upon which ad code appears.

8. What’s my responsibility with user-generated content?

As a publisher, you are responsible for ensuring that all user-generated content on your site or app complies with all applicable program policies. Practically, this means that to participate in Doceree program you need to ensure that, on pages where your ad code appears, all content, including user-generated content, complies with all applicable program policies.

9. What makes user-generated content different from the rest of my content?

Unlike the rest of your content, which is likely created directly under your guidance and supervision, user-generated content is submitted by users who operate independently of your site or app. Unfortunately, not everyone on the Internet is polite and well-mannered. Because users can post anything, you, as a publisher, need to be prepared to ensure that what they do post complies with all applicable program policies.

10. Sexual tips and health

Doceree ads may not be placed on content that provides tips regarding sexual performance or discusses some treatments of sexual health issues. Examples include, but are not limited to:

  • advice about improving sexual performance
  • discussions and/or images of sexually transmitted diseases
  • sexual health advice related to pregnancy, childbirth, or family planning

11. Dangerous or derogatory content

We believe strongly in freedom of expression, but we don't permit monetization of dangerous or derogatory content. For this reason, Doceree ads may not be placed on pages containing content that:

  • Threatens or advocates for physical or mental harm on oneself or others;
  • Harasses, intimidates or bullies an individual or group of individuals;
  • Incites hatred against, promotes discrimination of, or disparages an individual or group on the basis of their race or ethnic origin, religion, disability, age, nationality, veteran status, sexual orientation, gender, gender identity, or other characteristic that is associated with systemic discrimination or marginalization.

Examples include:

  • Threatening someone with real-life harm or calling for the attack of another person
  • Advocating suicide, anorexia, or other self-harm
  • Content that promotes or advocates for harmful health or medical claims or practices
  • Content that singles out someone for abuse or harassment
  • Content promoting, glorifying, or condoning violence against others on the basis of their race or ethnic origin, religion, disability, age, nationality, veteran status, sexual orientation, gender, gender identity, or other characteristic that is associated with systemic discrimination or marginalization
  • Content that encourages others to believe that a person or group is inhuman, inferior, or worthy of being hated on the basis of their race or ethnic origin, religion, disability, age, nationality, veteran status, sexual orientation, gender, gender identity, or other characteristic that is associated with systemic discrimination or marginalization
  • Content promoting hate groups or hate group paraphernalia.
  • Content that suggests a tragic event did not happen, or that victims or their families are actors, or complicit in a cover-up of the event.
  • Content made by or in support of terrorist groups or content that promotes terrorist acts, including recruitment, or that celebrates terrorist attacks

12. Recreational drugs and drug-related content

We want to help keep people safe both online and offline, so we don't allow the promotion of some products or services that cause damage, harm, or injury. For this reason, Doceree ads may not be placed on pages that sell or promote recreational drugs and drug-related content including:

  • Promotion of substances that alter mental state for the purpose of recreation or otherwise induce "highs". Examples:
  • Cocaine, crystal meth, heroin, marijuana, cocaine substitutes, mephedrone, "legal highs"
  • Products or services marketed as facilitating recreational drug use. Examples: Pipes, bongs, cannabis coffee shops
  • Instructional content about producing, purchasing, or using recreational drugs. Examples: Forums to exchange tips or recommendations on drug use

Please be aware that the promotion of prohibited content includes providing links to contents that does not follow our recreational drugs and drug-related content policies.

13. Alcohol-related content

Doceree ads may not be placed on pages that contain certain alcohol-related content including:

  • Online sale of alcoholic beverages.
  • Promotion of irresponsible alcohol consumption, including the favorable portrayal of excessive, binge, or competition drinking.

14. Tobacco-related content

Doceree ads may not be placed on pages that promote tobacco and tobacco-related products, including cigarettes, cigars, tobacco pipes, and rolling papers. Please be aware that the promotion of prohibited content includes providing links to pages that do not follow our tobacco-related content policies.

15. Gambling and games-related content

Doceree ads may not be placed on pages with content that promotes online, real-money gambling or any internet-based game where money or other items of value are paid or wagered in exchange for the opportunity to win real money or prizes based on the outcome of the game. Examples include:

  • Online casinos or bookmakers
  • Online lottery ticket or scratch card purchase
  • Online sports betting
  • Aggregator or affiliate sites that promote online gambling pages

16. Healthcare-related content

To comply with local laws and regulations related to the promotion of healthcare and medicines, Doceree ads may not be placed on pages that contain certain healthcare-related content including:

  • Sale of unapproved pharmaceuticals and supplements.
  • All items on this non-exhaustive list of prohibited pharmaceuticals and supplements (e.g., products that contain Ephedra)
  • Herbal and dietary supplements with active pharmaceutical or dangerous ingredients
  • Products with names that are confusingly similar to an unapproved pharmaceutical or supplement or controlled substance

17. Hacking and cracking content

Doceree ads may not be placed on pages that promote any form of hacking or cracking. Hacking and cracking content is content that provides users with instructions or equipment that tampers with or provides unauthorized access to software, servers, or websites.

17. Pages that offer compensation programs

Doceree ads may not be placed on pages that promise payment or incentives to users who click on ads, surf the web, read emails, or perform other similar tasks. Placing Doceree ads on such pages may result in invalid impressions or clicks and is therefore prohibited. Similarly, Doceree ads may not be placed on pages that primarily drive traffic to, promote, or provide instructional materials on how to implement such services.

18. Misrepresentative content

Users don’t want to be misled by the content they engage with online. For this reason, Doceree ads may not be placed on pages that misrepresent, misstate, or conceal information about you, your content or the primary purpose of your web property.

a. Not acceptable

  • Enticing users to engage with content under false or unclear pretenses
  • "Phishing" for users’ information
  • Promotion of content, products, or services using false, dishonest, or deceptive claims (e.g. “Get Rich Quick” schemes)
  • Impersonating Doceree products
  • Falsely implying having an affiliation with, or endorsement by, another individual, organization, product, or service
  • Directing content about politics, social issues, or matters of public concern to users in a country other than your own, if you misrepresent or conceal your country of origin or other material details about yourself

19. Shocking content

We want to be sensitive to our advertisers and users. For this reason, Doceree ads may not be placed on pages that display shocking content. Examples include but are not limited to:

  • Content containing gruesome, graphic or disgusting accounts or imagery (e.g., blood, guts, gore, sexual fluids, human or animal waste, crime scene or accident photos)
  • Content depicting acts of violence (e.g., accounts or images of shootings, explosions, or bombings; execution videos; violent acts committed against animals)
  • Content depicting acts of violence (e.g., accounts or images of shootings, explosions, or bombings; execution videos; violent acts committed against animals)

20. Weapon-related content

We want to help keep people safe both online and offline, so we don't allow the promotion of weapons-related content that may lead to damage, harm, or injury. For this reason, Doceree ads may not be placed on pages that contain the following weapons-related content:

  • Pages that promote the sale of firearms. This includes but is not limited to handguns, rifles, shotguns, hunting guns, functioning antique guns, airsoft guns, paintball guns, bb guns, and 3D printed guns;
  • Pages that promote the sale of a firearm-related part or component that is essential to or enhances the functionality of a firearm. This includes but is not limited to 80% finished gun-parts, ammunition, ammunition clips, silencers, ammunition belts, stocks, conversion kits, gun-grips, scopes and sights;
  • Pages that provide instructions about the assembly, enhancement or acquisition of any firearms including parts or components thereof. This includes, but is not limited to firearm-making instructions, guides, software or equipment for 3D printing of guns or gun parts;
  • Pages that promote the sale of products that are designed to explode or could cause damage to nearby people or property. This includes but is not limited to explosives, nail bombs, chemical bombs, any fireworks that explode, firecrackers, and grenades;
  • Pages that contain instructional content about the assembly, enhancement or acquisition of explosive items;
  • Pages that promote the sale of other weapons that are designed to (in modern-day usage) injure an opponent in sport, self-defense, or combat. This includes but is not limited to the sale of throwing stars, brass knuckles, pepper spray;
  • Pages that promote the sale of knives designed to provide a confrontational advantage. This includes disguised appearance or assisted-opening mechanisms such as switchblades, fighting knives, sword-canes, balisongs, military knives, push daggers, throwing axes;
  • Pages that promote the use of weapons to inflict harm on others.

21. Content that enables dishonest behavior

We value honesty and fairness, so Doceree ads may not be placed on pages with content that helps users to mislead others. Examples:

  • Content that promotes creating fake or false documents such as passports, diplomas, or accreditation;
  • Content that promotes creation of fake or false identities;
  • Sale or distribution of term papers, paper-writing or exam-taking services;
  • Information or products for passing drug tests;
  • Content that promotes fraudulent activity

Please note that these are examples and not intended to be complete or comprehensive.

20. Illegal content

Doceree ads may not be placed on any page that contains content that is illegal, promotes illegal activity, or infringes on the legal rights of others.

a. Counterfeit goods

Doceree publishers may not display Doceree ads on webpages that offer for sale or promote the sale of counterfeit goods. Counterfeit goods contain a trademark or logo that is identical to or substantially indistinguishable from the trademark of another. They mimic the brand features of the product in an attempt to pass themselves off as a genuine product of the brand owner.

b. Underage, non-consensual, or illegal sex acts

Doceree absolutely prohibits monetization of content related to child sexual abuse imagery or pedophilia. Doceree has always been at the forefront in the fight against online child abuse, and an avid supporter of family safety online.


Under United States federal law, child sexual abuse imagery is defined as visual depictions of minors (i.e., under 18) engaged in a sexual act such as intercourse, oral sex, or masturbation as well as the lascivious depictions of the genitals (covered or uncovered). This definition extends to photographs, videos, cartoons, drawings, paintings, and sculptures. The image can involve a real child; a computer-generated, morphed, composite or otherwise altered image that appears to be a child (think “Photoshop”). This also includes soliciting minors for sexual acts, which is also known as "enticement."


Pedophilia is any content or behavior (images, texts, videos, etc.) that depicts, encourages, or promotes sexual attraction by adults toward minors (i.e., under 18)

1. Brand Logo

The two color “unlock logo” with the tagline is the primary logo for doceree. On darker backgrounds or images, the logo may be converted to its one-color form with the “unlock e” at 50% opacity. Only in cases where the opacity change is not possible (one-color prints etc), the logo may be converted to a single color variant.

2. Logo Usage

a. Clear Space

b. Dos & Don’ts

c. Logo Variants



d. App Icon

6. Cobranding

When featuring partner logos in conjunction with the doceree logo, it’s important to make sure they don't compete visually. To avoid this, use a divider to separate the two logos and create reasonable spacing around both. Fix the height of horizontal partner logos to equal that of the Doceree logo. Fix the height of vertical partner logos to the height of the Doceree plus 2X.

7. Brand Tone & Manner

Doceree is a young brand that is technologically savvy, yet comes from a place of knowledge and expertise. The brand tone is conversational, backed by facts. We do not need to be overly scientific or academic. At the same time, the tone cannot be frivolous or jestful. The intended outcome is for our user to connect with us and respect our expertise.

8. Brand Colors

When using the brand colors in creatives and collaterals, always use the gradients. Only use the colors when gradients cannot be used in the medium. Build the creative from white, leaving enough whitespace to highlight the color elements.

9. Brand Font

The brand font for Doceree is Work Sans. Created by Chinese-born Australian designer Wei Huang, Work Sans is a typerface family based loosely on early Sans is a typeface family based loosely on early Grotesques, such as those by Stephenson Blake et al.

10. Key Element

When designing collaterals for Doceree, they should include the key element - the { } - which can be used with or without the “unlock e”. The element can be used in the purple gradient or white (no other color).

11. Photography

The photographs we use in our communication play an important role in setting the tone of the communication. It’s important for us to display genuine moments so that our users trust what we say, who we are, and know they can rely on us to carry out our promises. The key points to keep in mind when choosing a photograph are: People focussed - Ensure that there is always a person or a human element in the frame. Relatable - Use photographs that mirror real life for our target audience. Do not use heavily edited or Photoshopped images. Narrative - Use photographs that tell a story about the people in them.

12. Illustration Style

We use illustrations to enhance our communication and add an element of playfulness to it. Illustrations should complement your message, not compete with it. We use the colours for illustrations and leverage the shades to create a sense of depth. Primary gradients may be used to highlight important elements only in the foreground of the illustration. Depth may be foregone for smaller illustrations. We avoid adding too much detail into the illustrations to keep a simple, uncluttered look.

13. Iconography

We use icons to add a visual element and to make communication easier to consume. We use a single colour line based icons as a part of communication.