CUBE Terms of Service
Valid since March 2021
These Terms of Service cover the provision of CUBE services (the “Service”) by Canonical Group Limited ("Canonical", "us", "our" or "we") to you ("you" or "your") subject to and in accordance with these Terms of Service.
Please read these Terms of Service carefully before you use the Service. By using the Service, you agree to become bound by these terms Terms of Service. You may not use the Service for illegal or unauthorised purposes or otherwise not in accordance with this Terms of Service.
If you are entering into these Terms of Service on behalf of a company or legal entity, you represent that you have authority to bind such company or legal entity, its officers, employees and agents and all users who access the Service through the account, to these Terms of Service. “you” and “your” shall refer to the company or legal entity and such users. If you do not have such authority do not accept these Terms of Service.
You must be at least 13 years old to use the Service. If you are between age 13 and 18, you confirm that you have your parent's or legal guardian's consent to use the Service and that they have read and agreed to these Terms of Service.
Any change or update to the Services or Terms of Service will be made in accordance with section 6 below.
1. CUBE Services
CUBE is a certification program that grants the user the opportunity to earn professional credentials in various Ubuntu subject areas. To this end, CUBE provides the following services:
- A platform for recording certification progress, purchasing access to CUBE materials, and sharing earned credentials online.
- Access to purchased exams through the platform.
- Access to purchased study labs through the platform.
You will need an account to access and use the Service. We reserve the right to reject your request for an account or to immediately cancel or suspend your account and your use of the Service at any time if you do not comply with the following requirements. You must not attempt to create an account or use the Service if doing so would violate these Terms of Service. You must:
- have a Service account;
- not use the Service for illegal or unauthorised purposes (or which encourage or permit illegal or authorised purposes), in infringement of a third party's’ rights or otherwise in accordance with these Terms of Service;
- not use take any action or use the Service in any way that might bring Canonical into disrepute or affect the ability of Canonical to provide the Service;
- not use the Service in any manner that might be libellous or defamatory, that contains threats or incites violence towards individuals or entities, or that violates the privacy rights of any third party.
If you do not have an account you will need to create one. You are responsible for choosing an appropriate password for your accounts and for keeping such password secure. Canonical will not ask you for your password and you should not reveal it to anyone. You are responsible for keeping your account details up to date.
The creation of an edX account will be subject to the edX Terms of Service which can be found here: https://www.edx.org/edx-terms-service. Administration (including deletion) of the edX account will be carried out through your edX account directly.
- The account page at https://ubuntu.com/cube/microcerts records your progress through CUBE’s microcerts and allows you to purchase access to exams and study labs.
- The account page at https://cube.ubuntu.com/account/settings records your username, password, and the name that you wish to appear on your earned CUBE credentials. The page also includes optional information fields that you may leave blank or fill out as desired.
You may cancel your CUBE account at any time through your account page at https://cube.ubuntu.com/account/settings by clicking Delete My Account. Note that this does not delete your Ubuntu SSO account, since you might be using it for other Canonical services, neither does it automatically delete your edX account. To delete your Ubuntu SSO account, visit https://login.ubuntu.com and click Permanently delete account.
We may cease to offer the services for any reason, in which case we will provide you with notice via the email associated with your account.
We continually aim to improve the delivery and content of the Service and accordingly may make changes to the Service from time to time.
New features may be added, but we may also modify or discontinue (temporarily or permanently) part of the Service, in part or in whole. We may also offer Services on a trial/beta basis, in which case your use of those Services will be limited to the period of your trial/beta and subject to the terms of the trial/beta.
In the event of a material change to the Service, we will notify you via the email associated with your account. What constitutes a material change in this circumstance will be determined by Canonical, in good faith and using common sense and reasonable judgment.
Similarly, we may occasionally make changes to these Terms of Service and will notify you of material changes via the email associated with your account. If Canonical does make changes to these Terms of Service, all changes will go into effect at the time we post the updated Terms of Service or as otherwise notified at that time.
5. Intellectual property and content
You have a non-exclusive, non-transferable (to the extent permitted by law) right to view, access and use the Service for such time as it is made available by us strictly in accordance with these Terms of Service.
You will not acquire any rights to the Service (or the intellectual property rights contained therein) from your use of the Service, other than as set out in these Terms of Service.
You are responsible for all content that you create or use through your account. All content provided by you or a third party are accessed at your sole discretion and risk.
Third party content
You may use and access content provided by third parties (including without limitation third party edX) in your use of the Service.
Canonical is not responsible for any content provided by any third party. Should you reasonably believe that any third party content you access through the Services is in breach of any law, regulation or third party's rights, you should notify Canonical in writing at the address below. In doing so, please: (a) identify the material which you believe to be infringing; (b) identify what you believe this material infringes and why; (c) Provide your name, email address, address and telephone number; (d) confirm that you believe in good faith that this material is infringing a law or third party's rights and that, to the best of your knowledge, the information you are providing is correct; (e) identify if you are acting on behalf of the third party whose rights may have been infringed; and (f) provide your physical or electronic signature.
6. Personal data
In order to access and use the Service, you will be required to provide information about yourself such as your name and address, as well as optional information such as date of birth, nationality, gender, completed education, phone number, IP address and related information. Any such information you provide to Canonical must always be accurate, correct and up to date.
We may also collect certain non-personally-identifiable information, which is located on your computer. The information collected may include statistics relating to how often data is transferred, and performance metrics in relation to software and configuration. You agree this information may be retained and used by Canonical.
Your use of the Service is at your sole risk. The Service is provided on an “as is” and “as available” basis without warranty of any kind.
In the case of the Service provided by Canonical, the Service is provided “as is” and, other than as expressly set out in these Terms of Service, all warranties (whether express, implied, statutory or otherwise) in respect of the Service are expressly excluded to the maximum extent permitted by law
Canonical will provide the Service with reasonable care and skill, and Canonical will use reasonable efforts to ensure the availability of the Services, but makes no guarantee that the Service will be available without interruption or will be error-free.
In the case of third party content, you acknowledge that such content is provided to you by the relevant third party pursuant to the relevant terms and conditions and Canonical will have no liability whatsoever in contract, tort or otherwise to you in respect of such content.
Canonical will not be liable in contract, tort or otherwise for any: indirect or consequential loss; loss of profits; loss of revenue; loss of anticipated savings; loss of business or business opportunity; loss of goodwill; or loss of or corruption to data. Otherwise, Canonical’s total liability in contract, tort or otherwise for any claims is limited to £10.
Nothing in these Terms of Service will exclude or limit Canonical’s liability for: death or personal injury caused by the negligence of Canonical; fraud or fraudulent misrepresentation; or any other liability that cannot be excluded or limited by law.
These Terms of Service are governed by the laws of England and any dispute will be heard by the courts in England.
Failure by Canonical to enforce any right or provision of these Terms of Service shall not constitute a waiver of such right or provision. If any part of these Terms of Service is held invalid or unenforceable, that part will be construed to reflect the parties original intent, and the remaining portions will remain in full force and effect. The terms of these Terms of Service do not affect your statutory rights.
Any notices should be sent by registered post to:
5th Floor, Blue Fin Building
110 Southwark Street
London, SE1 0SU