Part of Multifactor's Legal Documentation.
Thank you for using Multifactor. We provide this Intellectual Property Policy (the "Intellectual Property Policy") to explain the ways in which Solid, Inc. ("Multifactor", "we", or "us"), through the Multifactor website located at multifactor.com and all related websites and applications (collectively, the "Site") collect, store, and use your personally identifiable information ("Personal Information").
As our company grows, our intellectual property will continue to grow and change. We reserve the right to revise this Intellectual Property Policy at any time by updating this document. It is your responsibility to check this Intellectual Property Policy periodically for changes. Your continued use of the Site after the update will constitute your acceptance of the revised Terms.
This Intellectual Property Policy was enacted on 6/25/2016 and was last modified 12/4/2017.
Any intellectual property used on the Site is the exclusive property of Multifactor. All text, graphics, user interfaces, visual interfaces, photographs, trademarks, logos, sounds, music, artwork and computer code (collectively, "Content"), including but not limited to the design, structure, selection, coordination, expression, "look and feel" and arrangement of such Content, contained on the Site is owned or licensed by Multifactor, and is protected by various intellectual property rights including patent, trademark, and copyright laws.
No license, assignment, or sale of intellectual property has been made or offered to you. You agree not to use any of the intellectual property associated with the Site or Multifactor, or derivatives thereof, including the name "Multifactor", for any purpose other than those expressly permitted in the Terms. Multifactor retains full rights to all intellectual property. The entirety of this Site is Copyright ©2016-2017 of Solid, Inc. All rights reserved.
"Multifactor" is a registered trademark of Solid, Inc. — USPTO Reg. No. 5,333,459.
Multifactor, Multifactor.com, the Multifactor Logo, and all other trademarks, service marks, graphics and logos used in connection with the Site are either trademarks or registered trademarks of Multifactor. The inclusion of these assets, even in a downloadable format, does not guarantee your right to use them. Other trademarks, service marks, graphics and logos included in the Site may be the trademarks or registered trademarks of other third parties. The inclusion of these third-party trademarks constitues neither an endorsement of Multifactor by the said third party nor an endorsement of the said third-party by Multifactor. Your use of the Site grants you no right or license to reproduce or otherwise use any Multifactor-related or third-party trademarks.
Many features of Multifactor, including, but not limited to, the use of secure Virtual Phones, automated message analysis and identification technology, and the design of Multifactor's network infrastructure, data structures, and algorithms, are Patent Pending in the United States and internationally. Do not attempt to decompile, reverse engineer, or reproduce this functionality; doing so may violate United States and international intellectual property laws and is forbidden under this agreement.
Just as Multifactor asks our users to respect its intellectual property rights, it also respects the intellectual property rights of others. If you believe that material located on or linked to by the Site or the Content violates your copyright, you are encouraged to notify Multifactor by emailing us at firstname.lastname@example.org. Please attempt to resolve the matter via email prior to taking further any legal action. Failing this, you have the right to submit a Digital Millennium Copyright Act ("DMCA") Notice via email to email@example.com. Multifactor will respond to all such notices, including as appropriate by removing the infringing material or disabling all links to the infringing material to the fullest extent required by the law. If you send such a notice to an infrastructure provider that Multifactor uses (such as Amazon AWS or DigitalOcean) instead of directly to Multifactor, and this action causes other users to experience degraded service, Multifactor may seek damages.