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You may either access the NaijaBeat Service as a visitor or by registering an account (“Account”). Please note however, that where you access the NaijaBeat Service as a visitor, you will only be able to access the basic features of the NaijaBeat Service and will not be able to access certain advanced features including but not limited to downloads, commenting and sharing. Where you desire to access both the basic and advanced features of the NaijaBeat Sevice, you must first register with NaijaBeat to open an Account. By creating an Account either directly or through a third party such as Facebook or Google, you represent and confirm that any registration information you submit to NaijaBeat is true, accurate, current and complete and that if there be any subsequent changes thereof, you will update your registration information accordingly.

As part of the registration process, you will be asked to provide personally identifiable information such as your name, email address, age, postal mailing address, mobile telephone number, gender and other demographic information (collectively, “Personal Data”), as well as asked to select a password and User Name.

If any Personal Data or registration information you have provided is determined by TML, in its sole discretion, to be untrue, inaccurate, not current, incomplete, offensive, misleading or designed to deceive, or if TML, in its sole discretion, believes it has a basis to suspect that such is the case, TML reserves the right to immediately suspend or terminate your Account, either with or without notice to you, and to refuse to grant any and all current or future access and use of the NaijaBeat Service (or any portion thereof) and/or any benefit to which you may be entitled through your access and use of the NaijaBeat Service.

TML reserves the right to immediately terminate your Account, or suspend your access to your Account, without notice, for conduct that TML believes, in its sole discretion, is illegal or inappropriate including but not limited to sharing of offensive or illegal content, using the NaijaBeat Service in any manner which may be harmful to other users, third parties or to the NaijaBeat Service, being investigated by a lawful authority or any other circumstance TML considers appropriate to terminate or suspend your Account.

Please note that the use of your Account for any illegal, fraudulent or abusive purposes may be referred to your local law enforcement authorities without notice to you.

By registering an Account and accessing the NaijaBeat Service, you are indicating that you have read and agree to this EULA and of its all terms and conditions thereof, and you further acknowledge and agree that you understand how and under what circumstances the personal information you provide will be used.

You also agree to receive marketing promotions and other solicitations from NaijaBeat, its advertising partners and/or other third-party advertisers (collectively, “Sponsors”) based on the information you provided, and expressly agree to be contacted by any such Sponsors.

You are not obligated to opt-in to receive any Sponsor offers when you participate in the NaijaBeat Service. However, if you choose to opt-in to receive any Sponsor’s offer(s), you understand and agree that such Sponsor may contact you using the registration information you provide to TML, including without limitation, by telephone or email, pursuant to the terms and conditions of this EULA.
Agreement Review and Notices

TML may choose to review this Agreement in its sole discretion from time to time. Any changes will be communicated to you by us posting the new version of the Agreement within the NaijaBeat Service or as otherwise determined by TML in its sole discretion. It is your responsibility to remain informed of any changes, because you are legally obligated to abide by the latest version of the Agreement. Your acceptance of and / or continued use of NaijaBeat or the NaijaBeat Service after the date of the new Agreement will constitute your acceptance of such changes. You may also be asked to re-acknowledge or reaccept the new Agreement following any material changes.