Field Squared Acceptable Use Policy

Posted March 27, 2014

Effective April 1, 2014

Field Squared is a shared service used by many companies and we take your data and privacy seriously.  We therefore ask that you use the service responsibly.

You (the Customer and your End Users) agree to not misuse the Field Squared mobile and desktop applications (“Apps”) and the Field Squared services (“Services”) by attempting to do any of:

  • Probe or test the vulnerability of any of our Services or Apps;
  • Circumvent or work around any of our security or authentication services built into the Services or Apps;
  • Deliberately interfere with any other users of the system, for example by sending viruses, overloading the Services, flooding, spamming or mail-bombing any part of the system
  • Accessing any part of the system through a mechanism not part of our publicly supported Services or Apps;
  • Access the data of any other company who is also using the service, except where you and the other company and their end users have entered into a data sharing agreement between the two companies;
  • Continuing to access the data or another company after a data sharing agreement has been terminated by either party;
  • Send out any information falsely identifying yourself as Field Squared, including “spoofing” or “phishing” requests;
  • Using a single user account with multiple users to circumvent user account licensing restrictions within the software or reselling user accounts to other parties that are not employees of your company;
  • Use the private location information or data of your team members in a way that could cause harm, could defame them, or could be used against them in any way (except where team members have been acting against the law);
  • Use automated or other means to create accounts in bulk or create any data within the system except through Apps;
  • Publish or upload materials that are unlawfully pornographic or indecent, or that advocate bigotry, religious, racial or ethnic hatred;
  • Violate the law in any way including storing, saving or capturing data that’s the property of another party, defamatory, misleading or violates the privacy or infringes the rights of others.