Acceptable Use Policy

This Acceptable Use Policy applies to any access to or use of the survey website ("Site"). Only licensees who subscribe to the services from Aon ("Client(s)") are entitled to access the Site. By accessing the Site, you hereby represent that you are duly authorized by a Client ("Authorized User"). The terms "you" and "your" refer to each such Authorized User. The terms "Aon", "we," "us" and "our" refer to Aon and its affiliates.

1. Use of the Site

1.1 Client and its Authorized Users may use the Site solely to assist Client access industry specific content and resources, compensation tools and compensation news for internal business purposes only pursuant to an access agreement between Client and Aon ("Access Agreement") subject to the restrictions provided in the Access Agreement. Your use and access is conditioned on your adherence to this Acceptable Use Policy and your use of the Site shall be deemed an acceptance of this Acceptable Use Policy.

1.2 We reserve the right to: (i) refuse or delay access; (ii) organize, remove or add content posted to the Site; and (iii) perform maintenance and administration of the Site. Notwithstanding our right to supervise and control the Site and all content thereon, including, without limitation, those specific actions set out above, we assume no obligation to perform such duties.

1.3 Client is responsible for use of the Site through Client’s account, password(s) or user I.D.(s). In particular, Client and its Authorized Users are responsible for supervising and safeguarding Client’s computer equipment, password(s), user I.D.(s) and account information and for taking all reasonable steps to prevent the unauthorized access to and use thereof. You shall not be permitted to access the Site unless a Client has identified you as an Authorized User. Passwords and user I.D.(s) assigned to individual users may not be shared with third parties, including individuals within your organization or department.

1.4 Client is responsible for securing all communications and/or access connections (e.g., internet service provider, cable connection, telephone, wireless facilities, etc.), equipment, client software, other ancillary facilities, services or material necessary or incidental to Client’s access to or use of the Site and for paying all charges related thereto.

2. Restrictions and Related Duties

Access to or use of the Site is conditioned on your continued compliance with all of the following obligations:

(a) you must not use the Site or any of the information and/or materials contained therein for any purpose that is unlawful, is prohibited under the Access Agreement or violates any of our rights or any rights of any third party (including copyright);

(b) you must not post, use or disclose any information, materials, content or confidential information in any way that, if such posting, use or disclosure were undertaken, would violate Client’s confidentiality obligations under the Access Agreement;

(c) you must not delete, alter, attempt to delete or attempt to alter any attribution, legal notice, trade mark or copyright notice appearing on the Site or any content of the Site, and such notices or marks must be included on any copy of the content that you create;

(d) you must not access or attempt to access any part of the Site that is not designated for access by your password(s) and/or user I.D.(s);

(e) subject to any use, confidentiality and copyright restrictions set forth in the Access Agreement or this Acceptable Use Policy, if you elect to save a local copy of, or print, content posted to the Site, it shall be only for your legitimate internal business purposes on an occasional and non-systematic basis, and you may not charge any fee for any use nor may you commercially exploit the content; and

(f) you must not post to the Site, download from the Site or seek or encourage on or over the Site, any software, file, or other content:

(i) that is copyrighted or otherwise proprietary without the permission of the owner(s) or their representatives or that violates or infringes upon the rights of another;

(ii) that, under the circumstances or in Client’s good faith judgment, is, or is likely to be perceived by an intended recipient or target as, defamatory, deceptive, misleading, abusive, profane, offensive or inappropriate;

(iii) that constitutes a threat to or harassment of another;

(iv) that adversely affects the performance or availability of the Site; and,

(v) that contains any virus or disabling code.