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Terms and Conditions for Internet Society Funding

The Internet Society General Terms and Conditions apply to all our grant programmes. It is important that you read and understand them before submitting your application for funding.

Successful recipients will be requested to download and sign these terms and conditions prior to starting any grant projects with the Internet Society.

These should be read in conjunction with specific requirements to each programme or has stated in your award letter.

1. Internet Society Funding. You shall not use the funds provided by the Internet Society (“ISOC Funding”) for any purpose other than the purposes described in your application for funding. You confirm the accuracy and completeness of all of the statements contained in Your application for ISOC Funding.

2. Limitation of Liability. The Internet Society will bear no responsibility for any loss incurred by You or any third party arising out of or in any way related to Your activities. You hereby agree to indemnify, and hold harmless the Internet Society, its officers, directors, employees, contractors and agents, from and against any and all claims, liabilities, damages, losses, and expenses (including, but not limited to, reasonable legal costs in defense thereof), directly, wholly or partially arising from any act or omission by You, your employees, contractors or agents.

3. Accounting Records. You will maintain adequate accounting records related to the ISOC Funding. You will retain such records and reports for 4 years after ISOC Funding is fully spent and will make such records and reports available to Internet Society upon request to enable it to monitor and evaluate how the ISOC Funding has been used.

4. Compliance with Law. You acknowledge that the Internet Society is a non-profit, tax-exempt corporation formed under the laws of the District of Columbia and is subject to the laws of the United States and the rules and regulations imposed by the Internal Revenue Service. Accordingly, You agree that Your Chapter will comply with all applicable United States laws, regulations, and rules and will not infringe, misappropriate, or violate the intellectual property, privacy, or publicity rights of any third party.

5. Publicity. You expressly and irrevocably consent that the Internet Society  may include information about the award of this fund, including Your name, in their respective periodic public reports and may make such information available on their respective websites and as part of press releases, public reports, speeches, newsletters, tax returns and other public disclosure.

6. Independent Contractors. Nothing in this Funding Agreement shall constitute the naming of You as an agent or legal representative of the Internet Society, or the naming of the Internet Society as Your agent or legal representative, for any purpose whatsoever except to the extent specifically set forth herein.

Any questions?

Feel free to contact beyondthenet@isoc.org or contact your Internet Society Chapter.