About Spidergap

Spidergap is an online Software-as-a-Service (SAAS) solution for 360° Feedback. Spidergap provides tools, guidance and support to help your organization with running successful 360° Feedback assessments.

Spidergap® is a registered trademark of Bridging Insight Ltd, a limited company registered in England and Wales. You can find useful detail for vendor registration forms here.

For simplicity, when we refer to Spidergap we mean both Spidergap, the 360° Feedback tool, and Bridging Insight Ltd, the company.

Privacy policy

The privacy and protection of your data is our top priority. This policy explains how we handle your personal data — including data you collect about others using Spidergap — and the steps we take to keep it secure.

Key points:

  • We will not share your personal data with any 3rd party for marketing purposes or for any other purpose not detailed in this policy
  • You own the data associated with customizations you make to our templates. This includes any updates you make to our standard questionnaire, emails and report templates
  • You are the “data controller” for personal data you collect in your 360° Feedback projects, and have responsibilities for protecting this data.
  • We follow best-practices to keep your personal data secure. Our Security Statement covers this in more detail.
  • We store your data on servers located in the UK and the European Economic Area.

Throughout this policy, we use the words “you” and “your” to refer to the organization that you’re working on behalf of. If you’re not working on behalf of an organization, then “you” and “your” refers to you personally.

1. Who we collect data about

We collect data about:

  • Administrators. Administrators are people that sign up to the Spidergap site in order to administer your organization’s account and 360° Feedback projects.
  • Participants. Participants are people that you provide data for so that they can support the 360° Feedback assessments — perhaps by giving or receiving feedback.
  • Visitors. Visitors are visitors to our website who have not yet identified themselves as an administrator or participant.

As someone reviewing these terms, it is likely that you will be an administrator. It is possible and common for an administrator to also be a participant.

2. The types of data we collect

As data controller, we collect the following types of data directly from you:

  • Account and contact details. This includes contact details and details about your organization and role. These details may be provided by you when you use our services, fill in a form on our website, or interact with our sales or customer support team.
  • Details about your planned usage. We ask for information about your planned usage so that we can offer you the right guidance and support.
  • Account settings. We allow you to configure settings for your account — for example, your communication preferences.
  • Project and organization data. Spidergap lets you create and customize project and organization spaces in which you can set-up questionnaires, reports, branding and further customizations.
  • Participant contact details. You provide the details of participants when sending invitations to provide feedback.
  • Work relationships between participants. You provide the details how different participants are related to each other — for example, to indicate that one participant is the line manager of another.
  • Participant demographic data. You can also (optionally) provide demographic data about participants to help you manage your project and review trends. For example, you might choose to provide their department name and office location.
  • Administrator feedback. We may collect feedback from Administrators, to help us to make improvements in future.
  • Billing details. When you raise an invoice or make a payment, we will store the details you provide such as name, address and VAT number. However, we do not store or process credit card details — these are processed by a secure and PCI-accredited third party.
  • Support and sales conversations. When you send us a question, feedback, or any other type of message we keep a record for future reference. We also keep a record of conversations we have through other channels, such as on the phone.
  • Other data you intentionally share. We may collect further data you intentionally share with us — for example, a testimonial.

We also collect the following data indirectly:

  • Usage data. We collect data about how you interact with Spidergap services, for example the pages you visit and actions you take.
  • Device data. We record information about the device you are using, including the IP address, web browser and operating system.
  • Referral data. When you visit Spidergap by clicking on a link outside of Spidergap, we collect data about where you came from.
  • Information from social media. We may collect publicly available information from social media to expand our understanding of your role and how we can support you.
  • Data from other services. If you choose to use a service that integrates with Spidergap, then we may collect additional data relating to that service.

As data processor, we support you in collecting:

  • Assessment data. You act as data controller for the responses your participants provide when you ask them to complete feedback assessments.
  • Participant contact details. You can (optionally) ask the person being assessed to choose who will provide feedback, and another participant to review and approve this list of feedback providers.
  • Participant feedback. We support collecting feedback about the 360° Feedback process from Participants, to help you and us to make improvements in future.
  • Work relationships between participants. When choosing, reviewing and approving the list of people to provide feedback, the work relationship between the person being assessed and the people to give feedback will also be provided.

3. How we use your data

We use the data to:

  • Provide our services to you. This includes providing technical support for which our site administrators may need to access your project or participant data.
  • Monitor, maintain and optimize our services.
    • We monitor your data to see when things are going well, when you might need help, and when we can optimize our services.
    • This includes reviewing possible technical or legal issues; data that enables us to tailor our service such as your location or the response rates you are getting to feedback questionnaires; and other data that gives us insights to help us improve our services in future.
  • Contact you about your usage of our service or your account.
    • We use the contact details you provide to share updates that will affect your account and use of Spidergap, and to support you in using your account effectively. For example, when you create a new account, you will receive welcome emails to help you get set-up. These emails are required as part of our service, and so cannot be opted out of unless you choose to cancel your account.
    • We may assign a Customer Success Manager to your account to help you get more value out of our services. As part of this role, your Customer Success Manager may review your data, and may share your data with you to help you better understand your usage.
  • Contact you for sales and marketing purposes.
    • We may contact you for our own marketing purposes, such as to promote a new service we offer. We will only contact you if you have given explicit consent for this type of communication, and you can opt out at any time.
    • We may use your contact details to connect on social media platforms such as Twitter and LinkedIn. You can opt out of any request to connect via the platform being used.
  • Demonstrate the value we provide to 3rd parties
    • We may share data to demonstrate the value we provide to 3rd parties
    • Unless we have your explicit consent, any data shared with 3rd parties will be aggregated or anonymized so that it cannot be linked back to a specific individual or organization.
  • Respond to legal requests. If we receive a legal request for data, we may need to review the data so that we can plan how to respond.

4. Who we share your data with

We may share:

  • Your data with our service providers.
  • Your email address with your organization.
    • If your account uses an email address that can be associated with a specific organization, we may share your email address with others from that organization. This is to help your organization identify who in the organization currently has access to our services.
    • You can choose to use an alternative email address if you are not happy with your email address being shared.
  • Your email address with participants in your projects. If we are contacted directly by a participant in one of your projects, we will typically provide your email address so that they can contact you directly for support.
  • Aggregated or anonymized data with third parties. We may share this data to promote or help us improve our services. We will ensure that no individual or organization can be identified from the data shared.
  • A cookie with our advertising partners.
    • Our websites may create a cookie that is stored by your web browser and helps our partners to deliver targeted advertisements to you about our services. This cookie will not include any data that would allow a third party to identify you or your organization.
    • You can opt out of of targeted advertisements at http://www.youronlinechoices.eu if you're in the European Union, or at http://preferences-mgr.truste.com/ for the rest of the world. You can also clear the cookies from your web browser at any time.
  • Your organization name and logo to help us to promote our services. We will not identify any individuals without express consent. If you do not want this data to be used in this way, you can contact our support team to opt out.
  • Your data if our business ownership or structure changes. If the business ownership or structure supporting Spidergap changes in future, the data may be transferred to any new owner such that we can continue to provide our service.
  • Your data if required to by law or legal process. If the law permits, we will only share any data after making commercially reasonable efforts to notify you in advance to give you an opportunity to challenge the requirement to disclose.
  • Information you expressly consent to be shared. There are other times that we may ask for your permission to share specific data — for example, to share your contact details with our partners that provide other services such as coaching.

5. Your rights to your data

You own the project and participant data you collect in Spidergap, and can:

  • Export your questionnaire and feedback responses. Within a project, you can export an Excel spreadsheet containing the questions from your questionnaire, and each of the individual feedback responses. This allows you to self-administer any disputes and legal requests, and gives you the flexibility and portability to work with other solutions as needed.
  • Export the details of participants. You can also export an Excel spreadsheet containing a list of everyone being assessed within a project, along with their feedback providers and tasks they need to complete.
  • Delete participants, projects and organizations. You can delete participants, projects or entire organizations within Spidergap at any time. See the section on “How we delete data” below for further information.

You can also:

  • Update your details and settings. You can update your account details and settings. You can update the email address used to login by contacting our support team.
  • Update your communication preferences. You can opt out of promotional emails at any time.
  • Delete your account. You can delete your entire account. If you are the only user associated with an organization, then the organization and all projects within it will also be deleted. See the section on “How we delete data” below for further information.

6. Your responsibilities as a “Data Controller”

As an administrator of organizations or projects within Spidergap, you have responsibilities as the “Data Controller” for the personal data collected or entered by you.

You should make yourself familiar with the data protection laws that apply to the country or countries that you and your participants are operating in. For example, in Europe you are required to adhere to the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR).

As a baseline, we recommend that you:

If we receive a request for data from a participant in a project you have access to (a “data subject request”), we will provide your contact details to the participant so that the participant can contact you directly. It is your responsibility as the Data Controller to then respond to that request. To support you in responding to these requests, Spidergap makes it easy to export both feedback reports and individual responses.

7. How we keep your data secure

We have embedded security into every part of our business, from recruitment through to end-user support. Our Security Statement summarizes how we keep your data secure.

We use the guidance provided by the Information Commissioner’s Office and the best practice guidance and the controls defined by ISO 27001 to help us to meet our responsibilities.

Regardless of the steps we take, there is always a risk of your personal data being accessed by unauthorized third parties. In the unlikely event of a security breach that may affect your data:

  • We will contact you within 24 hours of identifying the breach and confirming that your data is at risk
  • We will provide guidance on how to remedy or mitigate any potential damage to your organization as soon as possible, with regular status updates if the breach is ongoing
  • We will provide a full written report within 2 weeks that details the root causes behind the breach, the steps we’ve taken to address it, and the steps we’ll take to prevent a similar breach from occurring.

If you would like your security team to be notified in the event of a security breach, you can provide additional email addresses to our support team.

8. How we delete data

You can delete your organization, project and participant data at any time using features available online. You can also request for your entire account to be deleted. We do not perform automatic deletion.

Your data will initially be ‘soft-deleted’ such that it can be recovered by our system administrators if needed. Your data will then be permanently deleted within 30 to 60 days.

Please note that we continuously maintain backup systems of your data for approximately 12 months throughout the lifetime of our Agreement with you. If you delete any personal data during the period of the Agreement data that has been deleted will remain in our back up systems and it will not be possible to extricate deleted data from these back ups.

9. Where your data is stored and processed

Spidergap servers are based in the UK and the European Economic Area.

Our servers are managed by Rackspace and Google who are accredited with SSAE16 Type II SOC1, SOC2 (Security and Availability Only), and SOC3.

Spidergap has a global team of employees and contractors that may access and process your personal data, including team members outside of the European Economic Area. We have direct contracts and confidentiality agreements in place with all employees and contractors to provide adequate protection for your data in line with our Privacy Policy and Terms of Use. These direct contracts and confidentiality agreements include GDPR standard contractual clauses.

10. How to contact us with privacy queries

You can contact the Spidergap privacy team with any queries you have at privacy@spidergap.com.

Terms of use

Our terms of use explain our obligations as a service provider and Your obligations as a user.

You indicate your agreement to these terms by explicitly opting in or by creating an account and using Spidergap services.

If you will be using the Services on behalf of an organization, and that organization does not have an existing signed agreement with us, you agree to these Terms for that organization and represent to Spidergap that you have the authority to do so. When acting on behalf of an organization, “You” and “Your” will refer to that organization.

If you will be using the Services on behalf of an organization, and that organization does have an existing signed agreement, then that agreement will govern your use of the Services.

1. Definitions

"Access Fee" means the fee (excluding any taxes and duties) payable by You in accordance with the fee structure and schedule set out on the Website.
"Agreement" means these Terms of Use.
"Confidential Information" includes all information exchanged between the parties to this Agreement, whether in writing, electronically or orally, including the Service but does not include information which is, or becomes, publicly available other than through unauthorized disclosure by the other party.
"Data" means any data inputted by You or with Your authority into the Website. This includes data inputted by participants that you have access to via your Spidergap Organizations and Projects.
"Data Controller" is the entity that determines the purposes and means of processing personal data, with the associated responsibilities defined in applicable data protection laws.
"Free Trial" means access to use Spidergap without first providing an Access Fee.
"Intellectual Property Rights" means any patent, trade mark, service mark, copyright, moral right, right in a design, know-how and any other intellectual or industrial property rights, anywhere in the world whether or not registered.
"Participant" means a person from whom you are collecting data, or with whom you are sharing data, within your Project or Spidergap Organization (though not through giving them administrator access). For example, this includes people who are providing feedback, and people who are receiving feedback.
"Project" means a specific online project created within the Service. All Projects exist within a Spidergap Organization.
"Service" or "Services" means the online services made available (as may be changed or updated from time to time by Spidergap) via the Website.
"Spidergap" means Spidergap®, which is a registered trademark of Bridging Insight Ltd. Bridging Insight Ltd is a limited company registered in England and Wales, company no: 07257519. However, for simplicity on this Website, when we refer to Spidergap we mean both Spidergap, the online tool for 360° Feedback, and Bridging Insight Ltd, the company.
"Spidergap Organization" means an “organization” within the Service that typically represents an actual organization and groups together Projects, Participants and other relevant Data such as billing information.
"Subscription" means a subscription where you pay a fee at the start of each Subscription Period in use the Service during that period.
"Subscription Period" means a period for which you have access to the Service in return for the Access Fees being paid in advance of that period. This period is typically 12 months.
"Website" means the Internet site at the domain www.spidergap.com or any of its sub-domains.
"You" means you and the entity you represent and also refers to any person accessing the Services by any method on your behalf.

2. Your Data

2.1. You retain ownership of Your Data
You retain ownership and all Intellectual Property Rights for Your Data, Confidential Information, and Intellectual Property Rights. You grant Spidergap a worldwide, royalty-free license to use and share your data in the ways detailed in
Privacy Policy.

2.2. Privacy
Spidergap’s Privacy Policy details how we will treat your Data, and we agree to adhere to this policy. You agree to Spidergap using your data as detailed in the Privacy Policy, and to meet your responsibilities as Data Controller for personal data you collect.

2.3. Confidentiality
Spidergap will treat any information you provide as Confidential Information without any time limit. Spidergap will not pass the information on to third parties or use the information for any purpose other than performing their duties under this agreement.

However, information will not be regarded as Confidential Information if it:

  1. is or becomes public knowledge other than by a breach of this clause;
  2. is received from a third party who lawfully acquired it and who is under no obligation restricting its disclosure;
  3. was lawfully known by Spidergap before we received it from you;
  4. is independently developed by Spidergap without reference to the Confidential Information.

The above exclusions do not affect personally identifiable information, which is instead covered by our Privacy Policy.

Spidergap will notify You within 24 hours of becoming aware of any potential unauthorized use or disclosure of Confidential Information. ​​

​Upon your written request, Spidergap shall confirm that Confidential Information and any copies of it in whatever form have been destroyed.

2.4. Security
Spidergap will follow and maintain environment, safety and facility procedures, data security procedures and other safeguards to prevent the destruction, corruption, loss or alteration of Your Data, and to prevent access, intrusion, alteration or other interference by any unauthorized third parties. These procedures will be no less rigorous than industry best practices including ISO27001. Spidergap has taken — and will continue to take — appropriate technical and organizational measures, and regularly tests, assesses and evaluates the effectiveness of these.

This is further detailed in our Privacy Policy and our security measures are summarized in our Security Statement.

2.5. Location of data processing
Spidergap servers will be based in the UK and the European Economic Area.

Spidergap has a global team of employees and contractors. Any Spidergap team member accessing or processing your data will have a direct contract and/or confidentiality agreement with Spidergap to protect your data in line with these Terms. These direct contracts and confidentiality agreements include GDPR standard contractual clauses.

Spidergap may use third-party service providers, including providers outside of the European Economic Area. All service providers have been reviewed to ensure they will also protect your data in line with these Terms, and will be subsequently reviewed on a regular basis to ensure they continue to meet our requirements.

By agreeing to these Terms you agree that we can transfer Personal Data outside of the European Economic Area in this way, without additional advance notification.

2.6. Backup and restoration
Spidergap will regularly and frequently back up your Data to one or more geographically-dispersed locations. These backups typically ensure that no more than an hour of Data can be lost even in the event of a disaster.

Spidergap will regularly test backups and disaster recovery procedures to ensure that access to systems and Data can be restored in a timely manner.

2.7. Compliance and auditing
Spidergap will support you in performing reviews, inspections and audits of how we process your data where required by — and to the extent required by — data protection legislation such as the General Data Protection Regulation (GPDR).

As Spidergap is a remote-company with employees based world-wide, it is not possible to perform an onsite audit. We will provide reasonable access to systems, documentation and other materials requested where they are needed to demonstrate our compliance and do not compromise the data protection of other customers. Where possible, we will demonstrate our compliance through industry-accepted certification, such as ISO27001 certification for the security measures we take.

To support this, you agree that:

  1. You will discuss and agree with Spidergap on the reasonable start date, scope and duration of the inspection and audit.
  2. Spidergap may charge a fee for supporting the audit which Spidergap will share in advance. This fee will be based on reasonable costs and is necessary given Spidergap’s highly competitive pricing model and large number of customers. The fee may be subsidized or waived entirely at Spidergap’s discretion.
  3. You will not share any information gathered from the review, inspection or audit — which shall be considered as Confidential Information — unless the information has been publicly shared by Spidergap.
  4. You will not inspect or audit Spidergap more than once every 12 months unless exceptional circumstances apply (such as a security breach, sector wide issue or regulatory investigation).
  5. You will not use a 3rd party auditor that, in Spidergap’s opinion, is not suitably qualified or independent, a competitor of Spidergap, or in some other way unsuitable. In these circumstances you can appoint a different auditor or conduct the audit yourself.

2.8. Data protection impact assessments
Spidergap will assist you in performing a data protection impact assessment where required to by data protection legislation such as GDPR. This can typically be achieved by reviewing these Terms, our Privacy Policy and Security Statement.

2.9. Further supporting your compliance
Spidergap will notify you immediately if we become aware that You are asking us to perform any activity that would infringe GDPR or other data protection laws.

3. Spidergap IP

3.1. Spidergap IP
Spidergap retains ownership and all Intellectual Property Rights in the Service, Website and all associated content except Your Data. You may only use Spidergap trademarks and brand materials with separate written consent.

4. Your responsibilities and acceptable use

4.1. Your responsibilities
You must use the Services in compliance with, and only as permitted by, applicable law. You are responsible for Your conduct, Data and communications while using the Service. Spidergap is not responsible for any actions you take with your Data, including sharing it publicly.

You are responsible for Data associated with Spidergap Organizations and Projects you have access to, to the extent that your access to those Spidergap Organizations and Projects permits. Please refer to Your responsibilities as a Data Controller within our Privacy Policy.

4.2. You accept joint responsibility for shared Data
You may grant full or limited access to other users to access your Spidergap Organizations and Projects, and may be granted access to Spidergap Organizations and Projects by other users. You accept joint responsibility for any Spidergap Organization and Project that you share access to with others users, unless you have written agreements with the other parties that clarify who is responsible.

Your access may revoked by other users with sufficient privileges to your Spidergap Organization or Project at any time. You can also revoke your own access to a Spidergap Organization or Project. After your access is revoked, you remain responsible for any actions taken or Data collected during the period that you had access, and for any actions or Data collected by users who you have granted access, unless you have written agreements with the other parties to transfer this responsibility.

4.3. Securing access to your account
You are responsible for securely managing access to your account, Spidergap Organizations and Projects.

This should include, but is not limited to:

  • Only using unique, strong passwords that are not shared with any other party
  • Creating unique accounts for each user that has access
  • Removing the access of other users who may pose a security risk. For example, this could include a colleague who is leaving your organization.

You must immediately notify Spidergap of any unauthorized use of your password or any other breach of security you become aware of.

4.4. Acceptable use
You agree that:

  1. You may not impersonate another person or their email address to misrepresent yourself when creating or updating your account, or in communications sent using the Service or in correspondence with the Spidergap team
  2. You may not circumvent or attempt to circumvent any limitations imposed on your account
  3. You may not send abusive communications through our Service or in correspondence with the Spidergap team
  4. You may not use Spidergap to send spam
  5. You may not attempt to test or breach the security of the Service without written permission from Spidergap
  6. You may not attempt to reverse engineer any part of the Service
  7. You may not knowingly use Spidergap excessively such that it affects the quality of service provided for other users
  8. You may not use Spidergap to provide research for or benefit a competitive product or service
  9. You may not use Spidergap for any unlawful activity.

5. Your Free Trial

5.1. Free Trials
Spidergap may offer a Free Trial that grants you limited usage of the Service at no cost.

5.2. Limited to one Free Trial per organization
Spidergap offers the Free Trial in good faith and limits the Free Trial offer to one user per organization. You may contact our support team to discuss extending the Free Trial if you have legitimate reasons to do so.

5.3. Right to retract
Spidergap reserves the right to retract or suspend a Free Trial at any time.

6. Fees and payment

6.1. Payment of fees
You agree to pay Spidergap any Access Fees for any services you purchase or use in accordance with the pricing and payments terms presented to you for that service. Fees paid are non-refundable except where provided in these Terms or required by law.

6.2. Subscriptions
If you purchase a Subscription for a service, the Subscription will automatically renew at the end of the Subscription Period. We will attempt to notify you ahead of the renewal date to avoid surprises. You can cancel the automatic renewal at any time, in which case the Subscription will continue until the end of the Subscription Period and then terminate.

6.3. Taxes
You are responsible for payment of all taxes and duties relevant to your country. Where Spidergap is required by law to collect or pay taxes, these will be invoiced to you. If you are required by law to withhold any taxes, you must provide Spidergap with tax receipts or other documentation that clearly supports such payments.

6.4. Price Changes
Spidergap may change the pricing for its services at any time. Any pricing change will only affect a Subscription at the time of renewal. Spidergap will notify you in advance of any price changes, providing reasonable opportunity to cancel a Subscription.

6.5. Discounts and preferential pricing
Spidergap may offer discounts or preferential pricing to partner organizations, charities, academic institutions and any other customer. Spidergap reserves the right to retract any discount or preferential pricing for invoices that have passed their due date without payment, and from future fees that have not yet been invoiced.

7. Termination of service

7.1. You may terminate your access at any time
You can choose to terminate your use of the service at any time. This is achieved by opting out of the Subscription auto-renewal (if applicable) and optionally contacting our support team to request for your account to be deleted.

7.2. Spidergap may terminate your access
Spidergap may terminate your access for any reason by giving 90 days notice and a pro rata refund for any unused access to the Service that has been paid for.

Spidergap may suspend or terminate your access immediately if:

  1. You breach these Terms and do not remedy the breach within 14 days of receiving written notification;
  2. You breach these Terms and the breach cannot be remedied;
  3. You do not make payment for an invoice within 30 days of the due date;
  4. You cease your business operations or become subject to insolvency proceedings and the proceedings are not dismissed within 90 days.

We will make commercially reasonable efforts to contact you and remedy the situation in advance of suspending or terminating your account.

7.3. Refunds
You will not be entitled to a refund unless we are in breach of these Terms and have failed to remedy it for 30 days after you notified us in writing; or where a refund is required by law. Any refund will be calculated on a pro rata basis.

7.4. Outstanding payments
You will remain liable for any outstanding payments due before or after the termination for services that have already been used.

7.5. Inactive accounts
Spidergap may terminate and delete your account — including any associated Data — if no payment or activity has been seen for over 12 months. Spidergap will attempt to contact you before deleting any account so that you may login and in doing so prevent the deletion.

7.6. Survival of Terms
Sections 1, 2, 3, 6, 7, 8, 9 and 11 will survive the termination of these Terms.

8. Disclaimers and Limitations of Liability

8.1. Disclaimers
We do our best to provide an outstanding service to customers, and we work very hard to implement and test that are solutions are of a high quality. However, we know errors can be made, and anyone who uses our Service or information provided by this Website or the Spidergap team should do so bearing this in mind. EXCEPT AS EXPRESSLY PROVIDED IN THESE TERMS AND TO THE EXTENT PERMITTED BY LAW, THE SERVICES ARE PROVIDED “AS IS” AND SPIDERGAP DOES NOT MAKE WARRANTIES OF ANY KIND, EXPRESS, IMPLIED, OR STATUTORY, INCLUDING THOSE OF MERCHANTABILITY, FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR PURPOSE, AND NON-INFRINGEMENT OR ANY REPRESENTATIONS REGARDING AVAILABILITY, RELIABILITY, OR ACCURACY OF THE SERVICES.

8.2 Exclusion of certain liability

8.3. Limitation of liability

8.4. Indemnity
To the extent permitted by law, you indemnify Spidergap and — if applicable — its subsidiaries, affiliates, officers, directors, employees, agents and suppliers against any and all claims, costs, damage and loss arising from your use of the Service. This indemnification includes your responsibility for any and all liability arising from the violation or infringement of copyrights, trademarks or other proprietary rights and from the use of any libelous or unlawful material contained within your Data.

8.5. Business use
You warrant and represent that You are acquiring the right to access and use the Services for the purposes of a business and that, to the maximum extent permitted by law, any statutory consumer guarantees or legislation intended to protect non-business consumers in any jurisdiction does not apply to the supply of the Services, the Website or these Terms.

9. Contracting entity

9.1. Contracting entity
You are contracting with Bridging Insight Ltd. Bridging Insight Ltd is a limited company registered in England and Wales with the company registration number 07257519. Spidergap® is a registered trademark of Bridging Insight Ltd.

9.2. Governing law
These Terms shall be governed by and construed in accordance with the law of England and Wales.

9.3 Jurisdiction
Unless any alternative dispute resolution procedure is agreed between the parties, each party agrees to submit to the exclusive jurisdiction of the Courts of England and Wales in respect of any dispute which arises out of or under this Terms.

10. Changes and updates

10.1. Changes to Terms
Spidergap may update these Terms at any time and will publish any changes to the legal page on the Website. If the change is considered material, at Spidergap’s discretion, Spidergap will notify you by email or when you next login to your account.

Changes to the Terms will become effective when published on the Website. By continuing to use the Service after the Terms have been become effective, you agree to be bound to the updated terms.

10.2. Changes to Services
Spidergap frequently updates and improves the Services — often multiple times per day or week — and may do so without providing notification. Spidergap may also choose to stop providing a Service or a part of it, or to remove content from the Service, at any time.

We will attempt to notify you before any changes that will materially impact you, if practical under the circumstances. You can choose to terminate your use of the Service if unhappy with any change.

11. Other terms

11.1. Entire agreement
These Terms, together with the Spidergap
Privacy Policy and Security Statement, constitute the entire agreement and understanding between You and Spidergap, and supersede all prior agreements. Any other terms, conditions, or policies from any other agreements, such as purchase orders, written communications, or oral communications, are null and void.

11.2. No waiver
If either party waives any breach of these Terms, this will not constitute a waiver of any other breach. No waiver will be effective unless made in writing.

11.3. No assignment
You may not assign or transfer any rights to any other person without Spidergap's prior written consent.

11.4. Severability
If any provision of these Terms is determined to be invalid, unenforceable or in conflict with the law, that provision will be replaced with a provision which, as far as possible, accomplishes the original purpose of that provision, or else severed if this is not possible. The remainder of these Terms will remain in full effect.

11.5. Third party beneficiaries
These Terms create no rights for third party beneficiaries.

11.6. Notices
Any notice given under these Terms by either party to the other must be in writing by email and will be deemed to have been given on transmission. Notices to Spidergap must be sent to support@spidergap.com or to any other email address notified by email to You by Spidergap. Notices to You will be sent to the email address associated with your Spidergap account.

11.7. Compliance with law
Spidergap will comply with all applicable laws in conducting the services. This includes but is not limited to laws relating to anti-bribery, anti-slavery and human trafficking.

Our legal terms and policies were last updated on October 29th, 2019