ONVOS™ Legal Documents

The scope of this documentation file is to provide you with the information you need to understand the permissions and limitations of using Onvos™.


  • Documentation Version: 4.0
The use of the Onvos™ services for the publication of media content is strictly conditioned to the agreement of (a) the Common Service Level Agreement (CSLA) and (b) the Acceptable Use Policy (AUP).
You can NOT use the Onvos™ Services and Products if you do not have a signed and valid CSLA and AUP.

1. Right to reject the content/suspend the account.

Onvos™ has legal protections so that we all agree on the same.

Onvos™ reserves the right to accept or reject any video or other content, and/or suspend your account with the sole discretion of Onvos™ at any time, even though the content has been imported previously in the Onvos™ system.
The Onvos™ platform is a self-service. Onvos™ does not review the contents on a regular basis to ensure they are in compliance with applicable laws or the terms that must comply. However, once it determines a violation of the terms of Copyright, to others, whether the content is harmful to Onvos™ or contravenes applicable laws or regulations, Onvos™ can refuse such content and/or suspend the account at any time without notice.

We reserve the right to terminate accounts in non-compliance of applicable laws and the clauses of this document.

2. Terms regarding content.

Using the Onvos™ services, you agree not to upload video or other content to Onvos™ that is or contains: (a) illegal content, (b) invasions of personal privacy, (c) pornography or obscenity, or content that generally considered to be mostly of nature 'adult' (ie, content that if it was exhibited in a movie, was expected to receive an 'X' rating) (d) promotions of hate or incitement of violence, or (e) violations of the reserved rights, trademark, patent or any other characteristic, or right of personal privacy, intellectual, or the ones that constitute defamation (f) content for which you do not not have permission and/or use of copyright.

You can not publish content from third parties. End of story...

3. Terms regarding the application Onvos™.

Onvos™ can accept any type of media and document content, with the following restrictions:
(a) You must have all necessary rights to content, including the rights reserved for the media. You are responsible for paying any licence, guild or other fees to third parties for the reproduction or publication of the contents;
(b) You can not use the Onvos™ services to offer for sale or otherwise: (i) firearms, explosives or weapons, (ii) snuff products, (iii) articles containing child pornography, or which are otherwise pornographic in nature, (iv) controlled substances or pharmaceuticals; (v) articles that are counterfeit or stolen, (vi) articles that violate or infringe the rights of other parties, or (vii) Onvos™ would violate any law or regulation;
(c) You can not use the Onvos™ services to perform any of the following prohibited acts: (i) Any act that directly or indirectly cause to transmit spam, chain letters, pyramid schemes, or any other form of solicitation (ii) Any act which directly or indirectly cause the transmission of viruses, worms, trojan horses, trap doors or any other computer code, files or programs or requests for information designed to interrupt, destroy or limit the functionality of any software or telecommunications equipment or diminish the quality of, interfere with the functioning of, or impair the functionality of the Onvos™ service, or (iii) any act that interferes with or disrupts Onvos™ services or servers or networks connected to the Onvos™ services.

Even if you own the rights, some Content is still 'verboten', in other words, what can not be published on any Product of the Onvos™ platform.

4. Low or non-use.

As described above, Onvos™ reserves the right to suspend the delivery of content anytime, for any reason, with or without notice. Please be aware that one reason why Onvos™ may suspend content is whether end users do not use their content by an extended period of time.

This clause refers to clients that have abandoned their accounts. Onvos™ reserves the right to remove the left over videos from our servers regardless of video content ownership.

5. Availability of content.

You may terminate the distribution of your content from the Onvos™ System at any time by deleting the files. You expressly acknowledge and agree, however, that Onvos™ may preserve certain content and may also disclose such content if required to do so by law or in the good faith belief that such preservation or disclosure is reasonably necessary to: (a) comply with legal processes; (b) enforce the Terms and Conditions of this docxument (AUP) or the Common Service Level Agreement (CSLA) or any applicable amendments thereto; (c) respond to claims that any content violates the rights of third-parties; or (d) protect the rights, property, or personal safety of Onvos™, its users and the public.

This clause means that we will keep records and log files to comply with existing law and regulations.