Juju Publisher Program Acceptable Use Policy

Publishers shall strictly comply with the following requirements for Approved Sites and Program Data and shall further ensure the compliance of any agency or other third party acting on its behalf with regard to the Approved Sites or Program Data, as well as any third party that links to Program Data on an Approved Site.

1.    Calls for Program Data.

API calls may be generated by the following means only: Queries generated by any other means are a violation of the terms, unless approved in writing.

2.    Display of Program Data:

For each API call related to Program Data, Publisher must display, at a minimum: Publisher shall not serve:
  1. Program Data associated with more than one API call on any single Web page without prior authorization in writing from Juju; or
  2. any Program Data on a page published specifically for the purpose of showing ads, irrespective of the page content.

3.    Site Content. Approved Web Sites must not:

  1. be under construction, incomplete or non-functioning;
  2. be predominantly in languages other than English;
  3. contain content that infringes or misappropriates any intellectual property (including, without limitation, trademarks and copyrights), confidentiality, publicity or privacy rights of any third party in any jurisdiction;
  4. contain any material or element that is unlawful, abusive, hateful, threatening, violent, profane or pornographic;
  5. violate applicable laws and regulations, including those regarding unfair competition, unsolicited bulk email, and false or misleading advertising;
  6. advertise or promote any unlawful product, service, employment or activity, or the unlawful sale of any product or service;
  7. promote, contain content regarding, or engage in sales related to: hacking/cracking, gambling, drugs or drug paraphernalia, prescription drugs, ; or
  8. engage in any other activities, whether lawful or unlawful, that Juju determines are harmful to Juju’s reputation, goodwill, business partners, customers or operations.

4.    Adjacencies. Publisher shall not serve Program Data on, or link to web pages that contain Program Data from, any:

  1. downloadable software application without the written consent of Juju;
  2. sites or software that can trigger new windows, pop-ups or pop-unders, redirect users to unwanted websites, initiate downloads, include malware, modify browser settings, or otherwise interfere with site navigation;
  3. Web site that is not directly controlled by Publisher;
  4. Web page that also contains other advertisements or services from any search engine for jobs that directly competes with Juju (job boards whose search results primarily consist of paid job listings are not considered competing); or
  5. newsgroups, message boards, emails, link farms, counters, chatrooms, guestbooks, domain parking websites, pop-ups or pop-unders.

5.    Prohibited Activities. Publisher shall not:

  1. modify the Program Data without written consent from Juju;
  2. click on its own ads or use any means to inflate clicks artificially;
  3. place notices in proximity to any Program Data to encourage or require users to click on or use the services (Publishers may, however, state: 'click here to visit our sponsor' or 'to visit our advertiser, click here');
  4. label Program Data with text other than ‘Jobs by Juju' or include any text in proximity to the Program Data that could be confused with, or be associated with Program Data;
  5. use deceptive or unnatural means to draw attention to or incite clicks or use of Program Data;
  6. require users to click on a Program Data prior to enter an Publisher website or any subdomain thereof or provide compensation or incentives of any nature to encourage or require users to click on or otherwise use Program Data;
  7. engage in any method to artificially and/or fraudulently inflate the volume of impressions or clicks associated with Program Data or other sponsored advertising, including but not limited to: repeated manual clicks; the use of robots or other automated query tools and/or computer-generated search requests; automatic redirecting of users; formatting site content so that it is difficult to distinguish it from ads; obscuring text or Program Data; using pop-up windows or any other technique of generating automatic or fraudulent (as determined by Juju, acting reasonably, based on industry practices) clicks and/or impressions;
  8. use frames, or otherwise alter the user experience, when a user clicks through to another website from the Juju job search results;
  9. redistribute the job search results or any part thereof to any third party, other than the provision of the job search results on Publisher's website to the end users of that website that generated it;
  10. collect any personally identifiable information in connection with the Program or the Program Data; or
  11. store any Program Data beyond the users’ session or for any purposes other than display to the user conducting the applicable search.

6.    Publisher IDs, API Keys and Other Security Devices. If Juju provides Provider with a Publisher ID or other security device to obtain access to the Program or any non-public information, Publisher shall maintain the confidentiality of such security device, and the material to which it grants Publisher access. Publisher shall use such ID or other security device only as explicitly authorized by Juju.

7.    Privacy. Publisher must have and abide by an appropriate privacy policy that clearly discloses that third parties may be placing and reading cookies on users’ browser, or using web beacons to collect information, in the course of ads being served on Approved Sites.

8.    API. Publisher may use Juju’s Application Programming Interface for Program Data (the “API”) only upon Juju’s express grant of permission. During the Program application process, Juju may make available a non-billable, test mode version of the API, which is subject to volume limitations in addition to the requirements of the production API. To the extent Juju grants Publisher access to any API, Publisher will comply strictly with the requirements set forth in the Publisher Program Specifications available at http://www.juju.com/publisher/spec