This policy identifies the ownership, type and use of different information on the Invatron web site. It restricts the content from being used in other forms of publication. Where re-use is allowed, a point of contact is provided for users to request permission.
1. OWNERSHIP & TRADEMARKS
Regular correspondence including (but not limited to) bug reports, comments, piracy reports or product suggestions become the sole, irrevocable and worldwide property of Invatron Systems Corp. This includes any ideas, concepts or techniques included in the submission. This does not exempt users from responsibility for their comments or actions.
User submissions for the purpose of assisting customers with their problems, confer to Invatron a worldwide, royalty-free, non-exclusive license to modify and use the information for the purpose expressly stated by the sender. The information is considered public unless marked confidential.
All trademarks, names or symbols on this site are the property of their respective owners.
2. RE-USING CONTENT
All public content on this site is the exclusive property of Invatron Systems Corp., or a registered work from another company as identified by their mark. This includes but is not limited to text, graphics, images, sounds, animations, and video clips. You must obtain permission from the source below to use any part of this material. Permission will only be granted for an expressly stated purpose. If you violate any of these terms, your permission to use the content automatically terminates and you must immediately destroy any copies you have made.
Any link from Invatron’s web site to another location is provided solely as a convenience to you and does not endorse the company or contents of the other location. As a matter of courtesy, any link to Invatron’s web site requires express permission from the source identified below. Any attempt to re-frame or link this site inside of another web is expressly prohibited.
Invatron grants permission to copy, link or re-use content based on mutual benefit or requirement. We regret that some materials require re-distribution rights and cannot be circulated. Requests for permission can be forwarded by e-mail, phone or in writing. Please include your name, address, and e-mail address (optional) in any correspondence. Contact Invatron at this location:
6835 Century Avenue, Suite 201
Canada, L5N 7K2
Invatron’s web site is run from its office in the province of Ontario in the country of Canada. By accessing this site, you concede that should any dispute arise, the federal and provincial courts sitting in Toronto, Ontario, Canada have jurisdiction.