Global Mode allows you to access a range of web sites and content from all over the world so you can get the most out of your broadband experience.
- We have no control over what content you access. That is your choice. However, our standard terms require you to comply with all applicable laws when you use any of our services, including Global Mode. In particular, you must not use our services to infringe copyright or any other third party rights. You can infringe copyright in a number of ways including accessing content where you are prohibited from doing so, so check before you stream any content using Global Mode or any other service.
- We have no relationship with the sites you access using Global Mode. We are not a distributor or publisher of their content and do not endorse or take any responsibility for it. We are not responsible for the accuracy or any delivery of any content from any site you visit or for any content or products you may see while you are there (such as advertising or apps available for purchase). We are definitely not liable for any harm resulting from your access, use or acquisition of any content or products. As we note above, in particular, check that content is age appropriate and not illegal.
- From time to time we may receive takedown or other legal notices relating to content that is accessed using our services, including Global Mode. Where we are bound to do so, we will comply with those notices in accordance with New Zealand and other applicable laws or court orders. As you know, we do not currently charge for your use of Global Mode, so, if we have to shut it down or decide at some stage to shut it down, that does not impact on your other obligations to us, including under any fixed term contract.