Upon creating a user account in SMART-TRIAL, we grant you a limited and non-exclusive right to use SMART-TRIAL features and eventually selected add-ons. You should be aware that your usage of SMART-TRIAL might also be governed by Online Service Terms & Conditions, or a superseding written agreement.
The rights of use solely grant you to use SMART-TRIAL in relation to normal usage of the platform, i.e., when structuring and planning data-collection projects, as well as to collect ,store, and export data on data-subjects.
You can in no case grant access to SMART-TRIAL or other Intellectual Property owned by us to any third parties that compete with us. Third parties that develop software platforms for collection of data in clinical studies or clinical investigations are considered competitors in this relation.
You acknowledge that you are responsible for using SMART-TRIAL in compliance to any applicable law and regulations which may by applicable to you, us or the persons which information you choose to process on SMART-TRIAL or our services.
You acknowledge that you will not attempt to bypass our security measures or in any other way attempt to misuse the SMART-TRIAL product.
You are responsible for using the necessary browser software for presentation of SMART-TRIAL. You recognize that the usage of the SMART-TRIAL is dependent on the choice of browser software. You can obtain information of which browser software can be used to display in the SMART-TRIAL Security & Service Statement on http://www.smart-trial.com/legal/security-service-statement. We are entitled, without notice, to change our software with the effect that you are required to obtain and install a new browser software as required. You are also responsible for connecting to Licensor’s servers and reestablishing and maintaining such a connection.
You can see how we process your data, and the data you collect, in the Online Data Processing Terms
Your usage of SMART-TRIAL is covered by Danish Law and any disputes regardless of form is to be resolved by City Court of Aalborg, Denmark, in accordance with applicable Danish civilprocedure.