No party (each party, a ”receiving party”) may, with its directors, executives, employees, agents, consultants, subcontractors, independent contractors, subsidiaries and related companies (their ”representatives”) for the duration of that period and for a period of [two (2) years thereafter, without the prior consent of the other party (a ”party to be disclosed”) in all cases (not to be inconsecable) Products, advertising, innovations, royalties, advertising or product concepts, customers, technology, computer software, computer systems, marketing methods, sales margins, material costs, material cost, cost of capital, capital structure, results of operations or other business (including, but not limited) to be disclosed or otherwise made available. , the host provider`s fees) or any other proprietary or confidential information of the party revealing (the ”confidential information”). This document would ideally be used by a company or a single publishing house that seeks a global agreement for its advertisers. This document contains a table that allows all kinds of advertisements to be included in all types of price points and execution data. In other words, it is fully customizable for exactly what is needed. The hosting provider runs a website based www. [.com (the ”host site”) that [describe the content of the website,. B provides current U.S. messages, etc.] and is configured to support third-party ads. Customers want to purchase advertising space (an ”advertisement” or ad) on the host site to display either text descriptions or banner buttons/buttons on their advertising website (the ”Advertised Website”) in conjunction with hyperlinks or ”hotlinks” that transport visitors from the host site to the advertised website by clicking the mouse.
The customer heresafter instructs the host provider`s services to advertise on the host site according to the conditions indicated on this site. HOST SITE: Host provider`s website at the following URL: ] The host provider may, at its sole discretion, refuse to provide assistance in publishing advertisements provided by the customer to the host provider if: (i) it does not meet the specific formatting, editorial and/or publication guidelines of the host provider; (ii) it believes in good faith that the advertised website and/or the publication of a complaint are contrary to applicable legislation, regulations or regulations (including, but not limited to, federal advertising rules such as truth in advertising, the Child Protection Act against the Online Data Protection Act and/or the CAN-SPAM Act); and/or (iii) it believes in good faith that such an advertising copy does not meet the appropriate moral standards promulgated by the host provider and/or society at large. Without limitation of the above, the hosting provider does not accept: (aa) information considered to be harmful to the host site and/or to a natural or legal person; bb) information considered abusive, profane, fireman, defamatory and/or unwelcome; (cc) materials or information in the form of a ”chain letter,” pornographic or obscene films, or graphic images; or (dd) excessive hot links.