Terms and conditions
- CONTENTS DISCLAIMER
- USE OF THE SITE CONTENT
- PUBLISHING CONTENT IN THE SITE
- PURPOSE OF STORING DATA
- USER RIGHT
- DUTIES OF THE ORGANIZER
- APPLICABLE LEGISLATION AND JURISDICITON
- PASS GENERAL CONDITIONS
- TICKETS, GENERAL TERMS AND CONDITIONS
- ADMISSION OF MINORS
- EVENT CANCELLATION
- INTELLECTUAL PROPERTY
- GOLDEN RULE
Blast s.r.l. with an address in Rome, Via Giunio Antonio Resti 53 and bearer of the tax identification number P.IVA and C.F. 13895931007, is the owner of the web site www.blastproject.com (hereinafter the “Site”) which makes it available to Internet users, in order to provide information on the services, congresses, exhibitions and fairs organized by BLAST as well as to provide services through the Site.
1. USE CONDITIONS
1.1 By using our Site you get a user status (hereinafter the “User”).
1.2 We may modify the Terms or the Policies at any time and it is your
responsibility to check their content. Please review the Terms and Policies regularly to ensure that you are aware of any changes made. Using the Site means that you agree to be legally bound by the current, and amended versions of the Terms and Policies. In case of disparity between prior versions of the Terms and/or Policies and their updated versions, the latter shall prevail.
1.3 You are not entitled and should not use the Site:
(i) for the posting, uploading, emailing or other transmission of any abusive, defamatory or obscene material which would harass, distress or cause inconvenience to any person and/or would infringe his rights or inhibit his use and enjoyment of the Site;
(ii) for the posting, uploading, emailing or other transmission of any unsolicited or unauthorized advertising, promotion, material, “junk mail”, “spam”, “chain letter”, “pyramid scheme”, or any other form of solicitation or commercial exploitation;
(iii) to create a database electronic or otherwise including material downloaded or otherwise obtained from the Site;
(iv) to transmit or re-circulate any material obtained from the Site to any third party, without accomplishing with the IP Policy and all applicable Policies published on the Site;
(v) to obtain or attempt to obtain materials, documents or information from the Site through any means not purposely made available in the Site through automatic devices such as “deep-links”, “page-scarps”, “robots”, “spiders” or any similar means;
(vi) to access, copy or monitor any portion of the Site, or in any way reproduce or circumvent the navigational structure of the Site or any content;
(vii) to upload or transmit any material that contains software viruses or any other computer code, files or programs designed to interrupt, restrict, destroy, limit the functionality of or compromise the integrity of any computer software or hardware or telecommunications equipment by any means. We reserve the right to bar any such activity or material; or
(viii) to use any portion of the Site, by any means, to link to an internal or subsidiary page of the Site that is placed one or several levels down form the home page (deep linking) or to present Content of the Site within another website (framing).
2. CONTENTS DISCLAIMER
2.1 We maintain this Site to enhance public access to information, news and events.
relating the BLAST initiatives. Our goal is to keep all the contents of the Site timely and accurate. If errors on the content of the Site are brought to our attention, we will try to correct them as speedily as possible. However, we accept no responsibility or liability whatsoever with regards to the exactness of the contents published on the Site.
2.2 We reserve the right to actualize or delete any contents of the Site, as well as limit or deny the access to any User either temporally or permanently.
Notwithstanding the above, this disclaimer is not intended to limit our liability in contravention of any requirements laid down in applicable national law or to exclude our liability for matters which may not be excluded under that law.
3. USE OF THE SITE CONTENT
3.1 All the contents published in the Site, including without limitation copyrights, rights similar or related to copyrights or to the sui generis right over data bases, patents, utility models, industrial designs, graphics, source code, texts, pictures, photographs, trademarks, trade names, logos, slogans, domain names, social profiles, interfaces, music and/or audiovisual works, trade secrets and know-how, whether registered, applied for or not registered (hereinafter, the “Contents”), are owned or licensed by BLAST and protected by all applicable industrial and intellectual property law, including unfair competition laws.
3.2 Unless otherwise specified in the IP Policy, Users are not allowed, by any means, to reproduce, distribute, transform or communicate the Content to the public. Even if expressly authorized, any use of the Content must comply with the IP Policy, the Terms and all related and applicable Polices.
3.3 The Site may provide links to independent and external third parties’ websites (hereinafter, “Third Parties’ Sites”). The Site includes these links to give Users the opportunity to access other websites that may be of their interest. Third Parties’ Sites are out of our control and we do not assume any responsibility about the content provided by Third Parties’ Sites. Therefore, the fact that the Site contains links to Third Parties’ Sites does not mean that BLAST has by any means approved or agreed to the contents or information there published. Consequently, we do not assume any liability for the contents or information published by Third Parties’ Sites. Your access to Third Parties’ Sites will be made under your sole responsibility.
4. PUBLISHING CONTENT IN THE SITE
4.1 If you upload or otherwise submit content to the Site, you agree to grant BLAST a free worldwide license to reproduce, distribute, modify and communicate to the public such content.
4.2 BLAST does not accept or consider any unsolicited idea, original creative work, suggestions or other work, including ideas for new advertising, campaigns, new promotions, new or improved products or technologies, processes, materials, marketing plans or new product names, among others, sent to BLAST or its employees through the Site, per e-mail or by any other means. The aim of this general policy is only to avoid potential misunderstandings or disputes when BLAST products or marketing strategies seem similar to submitted ideas. We will automatically destroy without previous access any unsolicited material sent to BLAST.
Visiting our Site does not imply any obligation to provide any type of information. Protecting your privacy is of utmost importance to us. Should you provide any personal information via the Site, the data collected via the Site will be used in the manner, for the purpose and subject to the restrictions and rights set forth into art.13 of Legislative Decree no. 196/2003, the personal data collected through the Application Form will be treated by the parties according to the principles of lawfulness, fairness, transparency and confidentiality, and used or transmitted for contractual obligations, for administration purposes, statistics (anonymously), promotional and marketing, or legal obligations.
It is up to you to check, periodically, whether changes have been made and to comply at all times with the Terms and Conditions in force.
6.1 BLAST is not obliged by any means to run the site or to provide the contents hosted in the site. Both, the hosting of the site and the provision of contents may be cancelled, suspended or temporarily suspended at any time without previous notice. BLAST does not warrant either the site or the contents to be free of errors, defects, virus, or to be provided without interruptions. BLAST does not assume any responsibility for any direct or indirect damages you may suffer as a result of the suspension or cancellation of the site and/or the deletion of its content, in whole or in part.
6.2 The contents of the site are of a general informative character and therefore, may be insufficient for you to reach a personal or business decision. BLAST is under no obligation to prove the veracity, accuracy, suitability, completeness and currency of the contents. You agree that the use of the site and/or the contents is at your sole risk and that the site is provided to users on an “as-available” basis. Therefore, BLAST makes no warranty of any kind, express or implied, as to the site or the contents, including, but not limited to, merchantability, non-infringement or fitness for a particular use or purpose. To the extent permitted by applicable law, BLAST does not assume any liability for the decisions you reach through the information provided on the site nor about the direct or indirect damages you may suffer as a result of actions based on the site or the contents.
6.3 BLAST does not assume any responsibility about the damages caused to your hardware, software, and/or data by any virus or any other malicious content and/or software. It is your sole responsibility to install on your computer the necessary tools to detect and avoid any damage to your computer, hardware, software and/or data.
6.4 Under no circumstances shall BLAST be liable to users for any direct or indirect damages (including incidental, consequential, special, punitive or exemplary damages when admitted by applicable law) arising from the use of the site or the content or the inability to use the site or the content, including without limitation loss of revenue or business. Some jurisdictions do not allow limitations of liability so this limitation will be applicable to you only to the extent permitted by applicable law.
7.1 Payment of fees by the Company to the Organizer shall be in accordance with the terms set out in the Application Form. Time is of the essence in respect of such payment obligations.
7.2 The Application Form must be received by the Organizer within February 10, 2017 together with a copy of the payment of the Deposit(s) of the Participation Fee and the Registration Fee (paragraph 4.3), as specified in the Application Form; Blast srl will issue the relevant invoice.
7.3 The balance of the Participation Fee and the Registration Fee must be paid within 15 days after receiving the invoice and no later than 10 April 2017; invoices issued after that date will have to be paid at sight. In the absence of those payments Organizers have the right to deny permission to set up the exhibition space both to the company and to any stand any exhibition designers the company has engaged.
7.4 Payment to “BLAST” must be made by check or bank transfer as specified in the Application Form. In the reason must be compulsorily indicated the Event (“Blast Rome Event 2017”) and the Company name as written in the Application Form.
7.5 The payment of the Deposit(s) and the issue of the relevant invoice does not constitute acceptance by the Organizers of the Application Form. In case of rejection of the Company will be refunded the full amount paid.
7.6 The Organizers have the right to decide about the acceptance of Application Forms received with partial amounts.
7.7 All services included in the Participation Fee and the Registration Fee will be guaranteed if the Application Form is considered timely (presented within February 10, 2017).
7.8 Fees quoted by the Organizer are, unless otherwise expressly agreed in writing, exclusive of value added tax (“VAT”) or any other applicable tax and the Company shall, in addition, pay to the Organizer any applicable VAT (or other tax) chargeable thereon at the then applicable rate.
7.9 The Company shall not disclose to any third party other than its professional advisers the fees agreed under this Agreement.
8. PURPOSE OF STORING
8.1 The data collected via the Site’s contact form to receive specific information or replies to questions made to the Blast (the “Contact Form”) and the newsletter form to receive general information periodically (the “Newsletter Form”) will be included in the abovementioned personal data filing system. In these terms, the storage of your data fulfills the main purpose of recording your query and being able to offer you a suitable response and also improve the services we offer like the Matching Tool, useful to put in touch companies, start ups and all the entities that is possible to find in Blast. This filing system fulfills the statutory requirements laid down in the art. 7 of Legislative Decree no. 196/2003, the Company has the right to access their personal data, to request correction, updating and cancellation if incomplete, incorrect or collected in violation of the law, and to oppose their treatment for legitimate reasons by directing requests to the Data processing: Dr. Pierluca Cecchini – Blast Srl – Via Giunio Resti 63 – 00143 Rome – by writing to the e-mail address: firstname.lastname@example.org
8.2 The data collected via de Site’s blog will be also included in the abovementioned personal data filing system. In these terms, the storage of your data fulfills the main purpose of recording your comment on said blog and making it visible to the other Site users.
8.3 When providing your data on the Contact Form, on the Newsletter Form or via posting a comment on the blog, you are giving your consent to the storage of your data in our filing systems. All the data marked with an asterisk on the form must be completed for your query to be admitted. We do not request any information that is deemed specially protected data under the legislation in force, or any type of economic data.
8.4 Additionally, and unless you indicate otherwise in the term of 30 days from your acceptation of this Terms, your personal data will be processed by Blast to:
(i) Send you information about the events organized by Blast or where Blast participates.
(ii) Send you commercial communications on goods and services sold or provided by Blast, by any of its partners or associates, and by any third party, as long as the information is related to telephony, telecommunications, information technologies, mobility and the organization of congresses, exhibitions, seminars, conferences and related publications.
If you DO NOT want your personal data to be processed for the purposes stated in the previous paragraph, send an e-mail to email@example.com indicating “UNSUBSCRIBE” in the e-mail subject.
8.5 The Administrator is the administrator of personal data supplied by the User of the Portal when using the Services.
8.7 The Organizer will not share any kind of information about participants like email, address and credit card information to third party without their permission. Although some data will be used for internal purpose like:
(i) Mandatory and voluntary data collected when purchasing tickets
(ii) Mandatory and voluntary data collected when registering a complimentary admission ticket as well as the date of the ticket registration.
(iii) Mathematical and statistical analysis of personal data for advertising purposes. However, you e-mail address may be used for advertising purposes only with express consent.
(iv) Any data will be updated and supplemented with additional data for internal organization.
(v) The Organizer can collect data relating to every entity from public domain sources and to store these along with data that are already under its the control. The Organizer will analyze this newly collected data together with the data already under its control in order to use the same for the purpose of targeted advertising communications on relevant topics and products in connection with trade fairs and/or exhibitors of interest.
(i) The pass-holder recognizes that he/she may appear on images taken on the event site by different media and that these may be used for informative or promotional purposes and that he/she authorizes such use which will be the responsibility of the media concerned.
8.9 The Company will be responsible for obtaining the appropriate consents from its employees and agents for the Organizer to use their Data as set out in this clause 28.
8.10 Pursuant to art. 13 of Legislative Decree no. 196/2003, the personal data collected through the Application Form will be treated by the parties according to the principles of lawfulness, fairness, transparency and confidentiality, and used or transmitted for contractual obligations, for administration purposes, statistics (anonymously), promotional and marketing, or legal obligations.
8.11 Pursuant to art. 7 of Legislative Decree no. 196/2003, the Company has the right to access their personal data, to request correction, updating and cancellation if incomplete, incorrect or collected in violation of the law, and to oppose their treatment for legitimate reasons by directing requests to the Data processing: Dr. Fausto Murdolo – Fiera Roma Srl – Via Portuense 1645/1647 – 00148 Rome – by writing to the e-mail address: firstname.lastname@example.org or fax 06 65074440
8.12 From time to time the Organizer may use the Company’s employees’ and agents’ personal data (“Data”) to send the Company information, including information in relation to upcoming events and offers for products and services, which the Organizer believes may be of interest to the Company. The Organizer may also contact the Company to get the Company’s views in relation to the events, products or services, which the Organizer or its related companies or third parties provide. The Organizer may also pass the Data to third party agents and services providers to assist us in these activities.
9. USER RIGHTS
9.1 You may access to the data stored on our filing systems at any time, and may rectify, cancel or object to that data. You may exercise your rights by sending an e-mail to email@example.com or a letter to: Blast S.r.l., via Giunio Resti 63, 00143, Rome, Italy. These rights have the following specific contents:
(i) You may request and obtain free of charge information about your processed personal data, their origin (which in our case will always be the questionnaires on the Site) and communications that may affect that data.
(ii) The Blast is released from any liability in the event that the request to be shown or have data corrected is made from the e-mail address included on the query form and the above-mentioned ID documents are included, since in such an event it is the data subject who will be deemed to be making the query.
(iii) You may request the rectification or cancellation of your data, which will be carried out by the Blast. Cancellation entails that your data will be blocked and only stored in case they are requested by the public authorities or judges and courts.
9.2 Blast accepts its liability and warrants that it will comply with the duty of secrecy incumbent on it in relation to all the data supplied.
10. DUTIES OF THE ORGANIZER
10.1 Blast will not disclose your personal data to third parties a part from all the circumstances listed at point 8.7
10.2 Blast warrants that the data provided will not be accessible by any person unrelated to Blast and that they will only be shown at the request of the properly evidenced data subject.
10.3 If, for any reason, Blast ultimately stops providing its services through the Site, it will destroy all the stored data in order to maintain the security of the data supplied and bring them into line with their purpose.
10.4 You will be notified of any changes to the Terms and Conditions via the “Terms and Conditions” section of the homepage of the Site, and they will be applicable from the effective publication in same.
10.5 Blast reserves the right to amend, update or adapt this Terms and Conditions to any changes in the legislation or in the interpretation by the Italian Data Protection Agency.
10.6 No changes or refunds are allowed except in case of cancellation of the event.
10.7 Failure to attend an event or show or the commission of an error on the purchase are not grounds to its return.
10.8 For any cancellation or change to occur in an Event Blast Agrees to send an email to the Purchaser at the address given on the registration form informing you of such cancellation or change.
10.9 Complaints can be made to firstname.lastname@example.org. We will endeavor to resolve any customer complaints where reasonable.
11. Governing Law and Jurisdiction
11.1 The law applicable to these Rules is the Italian one. Any dispute relating to the interpretation, execution, validity or dissolution of this Regulation will be exclusively authority of the Court of Rome.
11.2 Please note that the official text of the General Regulations are those in English.
12.1 Only once the Application Form is compiled, signed and returned to the Organizer in the manner set out in the Application Form and accepted by the Organizer by a written or electronic communication to the Company will this Agreement be binding upon the parties. However, in the event that the Organizer, at its discretion, accepts an application for Space, Sponsorship or related services in some other form and communicates such acceptance in writing or by email to the Company, such accepted application shall in all respects be subject to these General Regulation for Exhibition, Advertising and Sponsorship and the payment terms and details on the Application Form.
12.2 The Organizer must receive the Application Form before 10 February 2017. After this date, the Application Form will be considered on the basis of the availability of the exhibition space.
12.3 Admission to the fair is subject to acceptance of the Application Form by the organizers and to the payment of Deposit(s) in the amount indicated on the Application Form.
12.4 The Application Form is final and binding commitment for the applicant and the Deposit(s) will not be returned in case of withdrawal.
12.5 In case of acceptance of the Application Form, the applicant will receive formal written confirmation to the email addresses listed in it, giving him the status of participant at the exhibition. The decision of no admission of the Organizer is final and will be resolved in accordance with applicable laws.
12.6 The Application Form can not contain any reservations or conditions and the payment of the Deposit(s) does not give the applicant the right to acceptance of his Application Form at the event.
12.7 If the Application Form is not accepted, the Organizer will notify the applicant within 15 days of receipt of the request and the deposit will be returned. In case of refusal of the Application Form, the Organizer is not obliged to give any explication and he won’t either incur any penalty. Refusal of admission shall not give rise to any compensation nor to any damages.
13. PASS, GENERAL TERMS & CONDITIONS
The purchase of the Blast pass implies the acceptance of the following conditions:
13.1 Pass may only be purchased at Online sales points specifically authorized by the organizers and after purchase, they will be not be changed and no refund will be given. Although for any kind of problem it’s possible to contact the Organizer sending an email at email@example.com.
13.2 Any pass and badge that are altered, torn, or that present signs of falsification will authorize the organizers to deny the bearer access to the event.
13.3 Resale of tickets is forbidden.
13.4 The organization does not accept responsibility for the loss or theft of pass and personal badge.
13.5 Completing any kind of form is equivalent to submit a declaration of will to sign a contract with the event’s organizer on participation in its activities. Sending to the organizer any kind of form indicates acceptance of the previsions of the Terms and Conditions and of the rules for participation in any activities of the event.
13.6 If there are incorrect information into the registration form the Organizer is not bear liability.
13.7 The Organizer reserves the right to publish the names of enterprises and of people participating in the Conference.
13.8 The presentation of a digital pass, corresponding to the compiled form and sent to the organizer, will be given a personal badge that grants access to the event
13.9 The Organizer reserve the right to refuse any person admission to the Venue and to cause to be removed any person from the Venue. The Organizer will issue official admission passes for visitors and none other shall be valid. The Company will be supplied with a limited number of passes which are intended to be distributed to the Company’s employees or guests and which passes must be produced on request. Passes and tickets are only valid in the name of the person to whom they are issued or sold. The Company is prohibited from selling passes to the Event or exchanging passes issued by the Organizer for anything of value.
14. ADMISSION OF MINORS
14.1. Children under 16 years will be admitted to the Blast always accompanied by an adult or legal guardian*, and are under all circumstances prohibited from consuming alcohol and tobacco. The event organizers reserve the right to request the national identity card or passport proving the age of the person attending at the entrance to the venue, or inside it subsequently.
*The parents or guardians must ask the organization and complete a “letter of authorization and liability for admittance of minors’ and carry it at all times. The event organizers reserve the right to request the said letter of authorization at any time.
15. EVENT CANCELLATION, POSTPONEMENT & SUBSTITUTION POLICY
15.1 In case of force majeure or in any case due to reasons beyond the control of the organizers, the date of the event may be changed or can even be suppressed. In case of cancellation of the event, the organizers, once fulfilled all commitments towards third parties and covered the costs of the organization, will share among the Exhibitors, in proportion according to the amounts of square meters, the money left. Any unused funds will be returned proportionately to the participants.
15.2 The expenses for systems and / or special installations made on demand will have to be fully refund.
15.3 Fiera Roma Srl will not be responsible for any damages suffered by the Exhibitor, therefore no claim may be made on that basis.
16. INTELLECTUAL PROPERTY AND RIGHT TO USE
16.1 You acknowledge and agree that all copyright, trademarks and all other intellectual property rights in all material or content contained within the website shall remain at all times owned by us or our licensors. You are permitted to use this material only as expressly authorized by us.
16.2 We reserve all rights not expressly granted in and to the website and the content on the website.
17. GOLDEN RULE
17.1 Blast can cancel or modify any of the above conditions, and will inform the public of these changes by whatever channels they consider adequate.