December 26, 2020
Welcome to Incognito for Slack!
These Terms of Service (“Terms”) apply to your use of Incognito for Slack’s website, Slack app, and services. Please read them carefully because by using Incognito for Slack, you agree to be bound by these Terms. If you’re using Incognito for Slack on behalf of an organization, you agree to these Terms on behalf of that organization.
By posting content to Incognito for Slack, you agree to give us a perpetual and irrevocable license to store your content and display it within your own Slack workspace on your feedback channel.
You’re solely responsible for the content you post to Incognito for Slack and assume all risks associated with it, including intellectual property or other legal claims. By posting content on Incognito Slack, you represent that you have the necessary rights to that material, and that doing so doesn’t conflict with other agreements you’ve made.
We don’t pre-screen content on Incognito for Slack, but we have the right—though no duty—to review and remove any content on Incognito for Slack. We assume no liability for content that you or others post on our service.
You may not use any of Incognito for Slack’s trademarks, logos, domain names, or other distinctive brand features without our permission, except as otherwise permitted by law.
Incognito for Slack aims to provide a great platform for all to enjoy. To help us in that goal, we ask that you respect these rules, and we reserve the right to terminate your account if you break any of them.
Crawling Incognito for Slack is allowed in accordance with our robots instructions. Please don’t use other means to monitor or copy any material on Incognito for Slack, either manually or through automated means (i.e., scraping), without prior written consent. If you’d like to request consent, please contact email@example.com.
We’re always working to improve Incognito for Slack and make the platform better, so we reserve some rights. We may change our services from time to time, and modify, suspend, or terminate user accounts that don’t comply with our terms. Incognito for Slack is not liable for any damages as a result of these actions.
Incognito for Slack contains links to websites and other services that we neither own nor control. We don’t endorse or assume responsibility for any third-party sites, information, materials, products, or services.
We take the security of Incognito for Slack very seriously. We work hard to protect your content and account, but we can’t absolutely guarantee that third parties won’t be able to defeat our security measures. Please let us know immediately if you discover any compromise or unauthorized use of your account.
Incognito for Slack is only for users 16 years old and older. If we learn a child under 16 is using our service, we’ll terminate the child’s account.
Incognito for Slack’s copyright policy complies with the Digital Millennium Copyright Act. For more information, see our Copyright Policy.
You can disable your Incognito for Slack account at any time by sending an email to firstname.lastname@example.org. This means your user account will no longer be active on our service, and we will delete the personally identifiable information we have about you within 90 days.
Content that you’ve submitted through Incognito for Slack discussions will remain available to the Incognito for Slack users you previously authorized to see it within your workspace, even after you disable your account, though your identity as the author will be anonymized.
When you uninstall the Slack app from your workspace we will delete all data sent from your workspace within 90 days.
Incognito for Slack is provided “as is” without any warranties, express or implied.
Incognito for Slack disclaims all warranties and conditions of merchantability, fitness for a particular purpose, and non-infringement.
(Some states don’t allow these disclaimers, so this provision might not apply to you.)
To the fullest extent allowed by law, Incognito for Slack shall not be liable for any indirect, incidental, special, consequential, or punitive damages, any loss of profits or revenues, or any loss of data, use, goodwill, or other intangible losses resulting from (A) your access to, use of, inability to access, or inability to use Incognito for Slack; (B) any third-party conduct or content on Incognito for Slack, including any defamatory, offensive, or illegal conduct of third parties; or (C) any unauthorized access, use, or alteration of your content.
(Some states don’t allow these limitations, so this provision might not apply to you.)
These Terms will be governed by the laws of the State of Delaware, except for its conflict of laws principles.
For claims that aren’t subject to arbitration, we each agree to submit to the personal jurisdiction of a state court located in Delaware or in the United States District Court for the District of Delaware.
The Terms, and the other materials incorporated by reference, constitute the full and entire agreement between you and Incognito for Slack. If any provision of these Terms is found to be unenforceable, the remaining provisions of these Terms will remain in full force and effect.
No waiver of any provision of these Terms shall be a further or continuing waiver of that term. Incognito for Slack’s failure to assert any right or provision under these Terms does not constitute a waiver of that right or provision.
The Terms may be modified from time to time. The date of the most recent revisions will always be at https://www.incognitoforslack.com/terms, and older versions will be archived at https://www.incognitoforslack.com/terms/archive. If we make changes that we believe will substantially alter your rights, we will notify you in advance. You’ll agree to accept any changes or revisions to the Terms by continuing to use Incognito for Slack.
We welcome all questions, concerns, and feedback you might have about these terms. If you have suggestions for us, let us know at email@example.com.