Code of Conduct
Jackson Wild celebrates original storytellers, innovators, scientists and creatives from every background, race, ethnicity, religion, age, ability, physical appearance, gender identity/expression, sexual orientation, nationality, language spoken, and immigration or socio/economic status.
We strive to make every platform we create, and events we produce a safe, innovative and creative space for all. We expect all participants and members of our community to be kind, respectful and tolerant of others, and encourage active and engaged listening and collaborative conversation. Harassment of any kind, including inappropriate, intimidating, offensive or unwanted communication or attention, whether in person, online, or other, is not tolerated.
By joining any Jackson Wild event or accessing any Jackson Wild platforms, you are agreeing to uphold these behavioral expectations. If Jackson Wild believes with good reason that you have violated these terms and conditions, we hold the right to bar or remove you from any platforms, events etc as we see fit.
If you experience anything unprofessional or inappropriate, at any time while engaging with Jackson Wild platforms or events, please notify a staff member immediately. Your identity and complaint will remain confidential.
By using this platform, you agree to these terms and conditions.
Thank you for continuing to help us make Jackson Wild a safe, respectful and accepting community for all!
Jackson Wild Collective Platform User License Agreement
This End User License Agreement (“Agreement”) is between you and Jackson Wild. By using the Jackson Wild Collective platform, you agree to be bound by this Agreement and understand that there is no tolerance for objectionable content. If you do not agree with the terms and conditions of this Agreement, you are not entitled to use the Jackson Wild Collective.
In order to ensure Jackson Wild Collective provides the best experience possible for everyone, we strongly enforce a no tolerance policy for objectionable content. If you see inappropriate content, please use the “Report as offensive” feature found under each post.
The Jackson Wild Collective promotes and supports a diverse, equitable, and inclusive film & media industry. This is meant to be a safe space for people to network, exchange resources, jobs and other opportunities. Discrimination, harassment, and anti-diversity posts will not be tolerated and you will be removed from the group.
Jackson Wild Collective may collect and use information about your usage of the Jackson Wild Collective platform, including certain types of information from and about your device. Jackson Wild Collective may use this information, as long as it is in a form that does not personally identify you, to measure the use and performance of the Jackson Wild Collective platform.
2. Limited License
Jackson Wild Collective grants you a limited, non-exclusive, non-transferable, revocable license to use theJackson Wild Collective platform for your personal, non-commercial purposes.
3. Age Restrictions
By using the Jackson Wild Collective platform, you represent and warrant that (a) you are 17 years of age or older and you agree to be bound by this Agreement; (b) if you are under 17 years of age, you have obtained verifiable consent from a parent or legal guardian; and (c) your use of the Jackson Wild Collective platform does not violate any applicable law or regulation. Your access to the Jackson Wild Collective platform may be terminated without warning if Jackson Wild Collective believes, in its sole discretion, that you are under the age of 17 years and have not obtained verifiable consent from a parent or legal guardian. If you are a parent or legal guardian and you provide your consent to your child’s use of the Jackson Wild Collective platform, you agree to be bound by this Agreement in respect to your child’s use of the Jackson Wild Collective platform.
4. Objectionable Content Policy
Content may not be submitted to Jackson Wild Collective, who will moderate all content and ultimately decide whether or not to post a submission to the extent such content includes, is in conjunction with, or alongside any, Objectionable Content. Objectionable Content includes, but is not limited to: (i) sexually explicit materials; (ii) obscene, defamatory, libelous, slanderous, violent and/or unlawful content or profanity; (iii) content that infringes upon the rights of any third party, including copyright, trademark, privacy, publicity or other personal or proprietary right, or that is deceptive or fraudulent; (iv) content that promotes the use or sale of illegal or regulated substances, tobacco products, ammunition and/or firearms; and (v) gambling, including without limitation, any online casino, sports books, bingo or poker. Jackson Wild is not liable for any posts that violate the aforementioned objectionable content standards.
5. Product Claims
Jackson Wild Collective, is responsible for addressing any claims by you relating to the Jackson Wild Collective platform or use of it, including, but not limited to: (i) any product liability claim; (ii) any claim that the Jackson Wild Collective platform fails to conform to any applicable legal or regulatory requirement; and (iii) any claim arising under consumer protection or similar legislation. Nothing in this Agreement shall be deemed an admission that you may have such claims.
6. Third Party Intellectual Property Claims
Jackson Wild Collective shall not be obligated to indemnify or defend you with respect to any third party claim arising out or relating to the Jackson Wild Collective web platform. To the extent Jackson Wild Collective is required to provide indemnification by applicable law, Jackson Wild Collective, shall be solely responsible for the investigation, defense, settlement and discharge of any claim that the Jackson Wild Collective platform or your use of it infringes any third party intellectual property right.
7. Jobs and opportunities posted by Jackson Wild and by individuals are meant to stay within the group. You are not permitted to repost or share publicly any of the opportunities outside of the Jackson Wild Collective platform.
8. By using the Jackson Wild Collective platform, the user acknowledges that anything not posted officially by Jackson Wild or it’s employees is subject to its own rules and regulations, and Jackson Wild is not held liable for any individual posts by its users.
To use our Mobile App, please read the End User License Agreement (EULA).
The Company offers a platform, Jackson Wild Collective, (hereafter, the “Platform”) to its users which have subscribed on the Platform and as such have a user account (hereafter, the “Users”). The Platform is available at the following url address www.jackson-wild.us.hivebrite.com
The Company uses a solution called “Hivebrite”, which enables the import and export of user lists and data, the management of content and events, the organization of emailing campaigns and opportunity research and sharing as well as the management of funds and contributions of any kind.
In this regard, as data controller, the Company is particularly aware and sensitive with regard to the respect of its Users privacy and personal data protection. The Company commits to ensure the compliance of the processing it carries out as data controller in accordance with the applicable provisions of the “Loi n°78-17 dated January 6, 1978, relative à l’informatique, aux fichiers et aux libertés” and the EU Regulation EU 2016/679 regarding data protection dated April 27, 2016.
COLLECTED PERSONAL DATA
1.1 When subscribing on the Platform
When subscribing on the Platform, the User is informed that its following personal data is collected:
Name, email, website, phone number, social media and other contact information ;
Portfolio and project details ;
Information regarding professional experience and Resume/CV.
The User commits to only provide accurate, exhaustive, and regularly updated data regarding its identity, its content and any information in general. Under no circumstances shall the Company be liable for any data that is illegal contrary to public order provisions.
In the event the User does not consent to the collection of the above-mentioned date, it shall be informed that it cannot have access to the Platform.
1.2 During the use of the Platform
The User may validly publish, at its own initiative, any content on the Platform which shall be kept by the Company:
Profile information, including personal contact information, social media and website information ;
Information related to portfolio, project and professional experience ;
Individual posts and messages to other users
The User commits not to publish any content which contains, including but not limited to, any remarks/images/pictures, contrary to application legislation and regulations, to public order and good morals, or affecting the rights of third parties, including but not limited to:
Identity fraud of a third person;
Remarks/publish pictures or images that are violent, defamatory, offensive, malicious, obscene, inciting to discrimination or hatred, racist, xenophobic, anti-Semitic, condoning or approving war crimes, inciting to committing a crime, offense, act of terrorism, or contrary to the security of minors;
Counterfeiting the intellectual property rights of a third person;
Commercial canvassing or elements that could be qualified as unfair competition.
In any event, Hivebrite shall not be liable for the content, accuracy, or up-to-date state of the information freely published by the User.
The User consents that, following the publication of the content, its information will become public on the Platform and that as such, same information will be published, modified, translated, reproduced in any form and accessible, saved and reproduced by other Users and the Company.
In most cases, Users post contents without previous moderation from the Company. The Company does not alter the content or information of the User, except under exceptional circumstances. The Company reserves its right to freely delete or amend the content or information of the User, without prejudice to the Users.
The User is informed that the Company does not collect any particularly sensitive data within the meaning of applicable legislation and regulations.
1.3 Cookie data
The Company informs the User that Hivebrite, as well as its subcontractors, uses a tracking technology on its terminal such as cookies whenever the User navigates on the Platform.
A cookie is a message that, subject to the User settings, is sent to its terminal when the User navigates on a website. The aim is to collect data regarding the internet navigation of the User to send tailor-made services to its terminal (computer, mobile phone or tablet).
THE PURPOSE OF THE DATA PROCESSING
The Company and its subcontractors collect, process and host personal data that are freely transferred by the User when accessing the services proposed by the Platform.
Purpose of the processing
When subscribing on the Platform:
When using the Platform:
The Company only collects and processes the User’s personal data for the purpose for the optimal implementation and use of the Platform that is put at its disposal.
USER’S CONSENT TO THE COLLECTION OF DATA
The Company informs the User that no personal data within the meaning of applicable legislation and regulations shall be collected without the prior explicit consent of the User.
The Company and its subcontractors commit to a lawful and fair collection of the User’s data, in full transparency and in compliance with the rights conferred to the User pursuant to applicable legislation and regulations.
LENGTH OF DATA RETENTION
The Company informs the User that the data is retained only during the length of the User’s membership on the Platform.
Following the termination of said membership, the data collected upon the membership as well as the content published by the User on the Platform shall be deleted after a period of 6 weeks and upon notification of your membership termination.
The Company informs the User that it uses a payment service provider called Stripe which offers full guarantees of security.
In accordance with application legislation, cookie data will be automatically deleted thirteen (13) months following their placing on the User’s terminal.
OBLIGATIONS OF THE COMPANY
As data controller and in accordance with applicable legislation and regulations, the Company commits to:
Keep a processing register;
Put in place all necessary technical and organizational appropriate measures in order to ensure the security, confidentiality, integrity, availability and the resilience of the process systems and services;
Limit the access to the Users’ data to the persons duly authorized to this effect;
Increase awareness and train staff members regarding the processing of personal data;
Guarantee to the Users their rights regarding the access, portability, erasure, rectification and opposition in relation to the collection and processing of their data;
Notify the competent supervisory authority of any security breach presenting a serious risk regarding the rights and liberties of the Users within 72 hours of the occurrence of such a breach;
Proceed with the deletion of the Users’ data in the event of an absence of any contact with the Company for a period of three (3) years;
Only subcontract the processing of the Users’ data to Hivebrite which, as subcontractor, has put all necessary technical and organizational measures in order to guarantee the security, confidentiality, integrity, availability and resilience of the processing systems and services.
Not share, sell, or otherwise give access to user’s collected data.
For any additional information on Hivebrite, you can consult the webpage available at the following address: www.hivebrite.com.
EXERCISE OF THE USERS’ RIGHTS
The User is duly informed that it disposes at any time, meaning prior to, during or following the processing of data, to a right to access, copy, rectify, oppose, port, limit and delete its data.
The User can exercise its rights by sending an email to the following address [email protected] or by mail at the following address PO Box 3940, Jackson WY 83001, provided that the User justifies its identity.
In addition, in the event the User considers that its rights have not been respected, the User of which the personal data is collected can file a reclamation before the competent supervisory authority. For any additional information, you can review your rights on the websites of the competent authorities.
The competent supervisory authorities are listed on the following website:
HOSTING OF THE USERS’ PERSONAL DATA
The personal data collected by the Company is hosted by the following service providers:
Nature of the hosting
Microsoft Azure Cloud
Hosting of all data and content produced / provided by the User, as well as images, profile pictures and backups
In case of breach of its systems, or theft, deletion, loss, alteration, disclosure, unauthorized access, or any other malicious act, the Company commits, in the event the said breach presents a serious risk regarding the rights and freedoms of the Users, to notify the Users, within a period of seventy two (72) hours as of the occurrence of the breach, of (i) the nature of the breach, (ii) the probable consequences of the malicious act, (iii) the appropriate measures proposed to remedy the malicious act.
The malicious act presenting a serious risk regarding the rights and freedoms of the Users shall be notified to the competent supervisory authority.
The User is duly informed that the Company shall not be liable in case of breach of IT security which can cause damages to computer equipment, as well as in case of breach or malicious act by a third party targeting the system or the Platform.
COOKIE MANAGEMENT CONFIGURATION AND OTHER DATA
The User’s consent is requested through a banner at the bottom of the Platform homepage.
In case of consent, the User’s internet navigator shall automatically transmit to the Company the data collected and detailed under Article 1.2.
The User is informed that the cookies and trackers will be automatically deleted following a period of thirteen (13) months.
The User may at all times configure its navigator in order to prevent the creation of cookie files.
However, certain functionalities of the services proposed by the Platform may not function properly without cookies. In addition, even if most navigators are configured by default and accept the creation of cookie files, the User has the possibility to choose to accept the creation of all cookies other than the functional cookies or to systematically decline them or to choose the cookies it accepts depending on the issuer by configuring the following settings:
Click on the settings menu, followed by “Internet Options”;
Under the “General” tab on the upper-left hand side, scroll down to “Browsing history”;
Check the "Temporary Internet files and website files," "Cookies and website data," "History," and "Download History" boxes;
Click on “Delete”;
Close out of Internet Explorer and reopen it for changes to take effect.
Click on your Tools bar;
Click on “Preferences”;
On the menu to the right, select "Privacy";
Under the “history option”, there is a shortcut titled "clear your recent history", click on that;
Select only the top four options and hit clear now.
Click on “Safari” in the top left corner of the finer bar;
Click on “Preferences”;
Click on the “Privacy” tab;
Click on “Manage Website Data”;
Click on “Remove All”;
Click “Remove Now”.
Click the Tools menu;
Click on “More tools”;
Clear browsing data;
At the top, choose a time range.
To delete everything, select “All time”;
Next to "Cookies and other site data" and "Cached images and files", check the boxes;
Click on “Clear data”.
In order to configure the data settings, please find below the recommendations of the Company:
Data collected for the following purposes:
General data enabling the proper functioning of the Platform and the improvement of the services proposed by the Platform.
Data that is essential for the provision of services by the Company, non-configurable.
Data regarding the management of payment services proposed by the Platform, delinquencies and litigation.
Data that is essential for the provision of services by the Company, non-configurable.
Data enabling the creation of User files;
Mailing of commercial offers, advertisements or newsletters of the Company and/or its commercial partners if this has been accepted by the User.
Management by the User in its login area;
Unsubscribing to newsletters / commercial offers by clicking on the appropriate link;
Request for deletion of the data base of the Company by writing to the following address [email protected] and subject to providing a proof of identity.
Compilation of statistics with the purpose of improving the functioning of the Platform notably by analysing the traffic of the Platform (modules which are more or less consulted, preferred routes, level of activity depending on the day of the week et hour of the day, etc.) and by adapting the Platform according to the needs and tastes of the Users (recognition of the User when it accesses the Platform).
Clearance of cookie history in the navigator pursuant to the above instructions;
Using the “incognito mode” whilst navigating;
Management of requests to access, rectify, delete, limit and oppose.
PERSONS AUTHORIZED TO ACCESS THE USERS’ DATA
The data of the Users are accessible only to the persons duly authorized to do so by the Company for administrative or maintenance purposes of the Platform to the exclusion of any commercial use, and if applicable, in order to enforce the rights exercised by the Users regarding their data (in particular the right to access, rectify, oppose, port and to be forgotten).
The Company informs the User that, outside of hosting and payment services, it uses the following subcontractor:
The company KIT UNITED for its HIVEBRITE solution, a French société par actions simplifiée with a capital of 284.280,00 Euros, registered with the Paris Companies register under the number 75339171300017, having its registered office at 8, rue de la Grande Chaumière, 75008 – Paris.