Adiona Acceptable Use Policy

June 11, 2024

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V0.1 – 2nd February 2021

Adiona Acceptable Use Policy

Access and use of services, applications, software, websites, content,
data, platforms, APIs or other materials as referenced in the applicable terms (“ADIONA
Materials”) by you or your customers, End Users, subcontractors or agents (“you” or “your,”)
is subject to this Acceptable Use Policy (“AUP”). This Acceptable Use Policy applies to
agreements effective date as of the 2nd of February, 2021.

You shall not use nor permit others to use ADIONA (Staybil Pty Ltd t/a Adiona) Materials in a
way that:

1) violates any applicable law, regulation or directive, including but not limited to
advertising, export, and privacy;
2) violates, misappropriates or impairs any ADIONA or third party rights, including but
not limited to property, intellectual property, publicity and treatment of personal
3) is abusive, deceptive, defamatory, offensive or obscene;
4) permits or seeks to permit the unauthorized use, disclosure or access of/to any
ADIONA Materials, including but not limited to (except as expressly permitted by
applicable law or contract): data mining, copying, storing, transmitting, assigning,
(re)selling, (sub)licensing, distributing, displaying, publishing, benchmarking, scanning,
monitoring, mirroring, framing, embedding, scraping, linking, modifying, translating,
combining, creating derivative works, disassembling, decompiling, and reverse
5) violates/circumvents contractual usage restrictions or any monitoring, reporting or
authentication mechanisms;
6) has the goal or effect of:
(a) circumventing, breaching, probing or compromising any security measures(including but not limited to introducing viruses, worms, spyware or other
malware),(b) gaining unauthorized access to any information, services or systems(including but not limited to phishing, pharming or spoofing),(c) disrupting the integrity, availability or operation of any information, servicesor systems (e.g. DoS, DDoS);
would be critical to the health or security of people and property if used with any7) applications or offerings designed or marketed for use in or with any ambulances,
emergency response services or high-risk systems, devices or products; or
8) removes, modifies, or obscures any copyright, trademark, or other proprietary right

ADIONA reserves the right, but does not assume the obligation, to investigate any suspected
violation of this AUP and may, acting reasonably:
- remove content and/or suspend, disable, or terminate access;
- report any suspected violations to enforcement officials or affected third parties;
- seek reimbursement of losses and costs resulting from such violations, including,
but not limited to, reasonable legal fees.

If you become aware of or suspect any violations of this AUP, you are to promptly notify
ADIONA via email at and comply with any reasonable requests
made by ADIONA to investigate and remedy the violation.