BY PARTICIPATING IN THE INTERNATIONAL SPACE APPS CHALLENGE, YOU AGREE TO THE FOLLOWING TERMS AND CONDITIONS:
"You" means the Participant.
“NASA” or “Agency,” as used herein, means the National Aeronautics and Space Administration, and includes its support contractors (at any tier) that are assisting the National Aeronautics and Space Administration with the planning and execution of the 2018 International Space Apps Challenge.
Participation in the International Space Apps Challenge is fully voluntary, and participants are not entitled to compensation, nor will they be considered employees, agents, independent contractors, or consultants of NASA or the United States (U.S.) Government. Individuals who participate shall engage in the event in their personal capacity (i.e., identifying themselves by their own names). If an individual works for a Federal Government support contractor, that person shall not reference that they are working under a Federal Government contract, nor shall that work be performed pursuant to the contract. All Federal Government contractor participation shall be done on a voluntary basis outside of the participant’s working hours, and such participants will not receive or be entitled to any compensation for their time.
The International Space Apps Challenge will be held at each International Space Apps Challenge location starting on October 19, 2018. Prior to the start time, you must be registered to participate in the International Space Apps Challenge either online at https://spaceappschallenge.org or in person at your local designated location. Children under the age of 13 are required to be registered and must be accompanied at the event at all times by a parent or legal guardian.
All submitted solutions shall directly address one or more of the International Space Apps Challenge statements (“Challenges”), as described at http://spaceappschallenge.org/ to be eligible for posting on the Space Apps website. Solutions that do not address a Challenge will be posted publicly at NASA’s discretion. By submitting a solution, you grant NASA permission to display, copy, combine, compile, distribute, and disseminate your solution as needed to support the International Space Apps Challenge. All solutions will be reviewed prior to posting. Solutions will not be accepted if they include:
Discriminatory language (including hate speech) based on race, national origin, age, gender, sexual orientation, religion, or disability;
All posted solutions will be available for others to download or use. You agree that any original content (that is, content that you have created for the International Space Apps Challenge) is freely available without restriction or is licensed as open source as defined by the Open Source Initiative (OSI): http://www.opensource.org/docs/osd. If you do not specify a specific OSI compliant license, NASA will distribute your original content under an Apache 2.0 license. See http://www.opensource.org/licenses/Apache-2.0
If your solution requires the use of non-NASA materials (such as a dataset or code) (your "Solution Materials"), you are responsible for ensuring that your Solution Materials are freely available without restriction or, at a minimum, are also licensed as open source as defined by the Open Source Initiative: http://www.opensource.org/docs/osd. Examples of appropriate licenses can be found at: http://www.opensource.org/licenses. You are solely responsible for all required verification or investigation of the requisite availability of your Solution Materials prior to submitting your solution. Any licenses applicable to your Solution Materials must be identified in the documentation submitted for your solution. NASA will not accept for posting any solutions that do not include appropriate license documentation for your Solution Materials.
You represent and warrant that you have sufficient rights to: (1) authorize the publication and dissemination of your solution to support the International Space Apps Challenge; and (2) use and authorize others to use your Solution Materials, regardless of whether you or someone else owns those materials (as specified in the "Use of Third Party Materials" section of this Agreement). You are entirely responsible for your solution. This means that you are responsible if your solution: (1) is determined by NASA to be defamatory, abusive, derogatory, offensive, or otherwise inappropriate; (2) violates any laws, rules or regulations; or (3) infringes, or constitutes a misappropriation of, any intellectual property rights or confidential information of any third party. NASA, at its sole discretion, reserves the right to remove you as a participant and your solution from the International Space Apps Challenge website for a violation of the International Space App Challenge rules at any time.
Except where prohibited, submission of a solution constitutes your consent for NASA to use your name, and/or place of residence and country information, and/or photo or likeness, and information about your solution for promotional purposes in connection with the International Space Apps Challenge through any form of media, worldwide, without further permission, payment, or consideration.
Your local International Space Apps Challenge Location is solely responsible for compliance with any laws, rules, or regulations applicable to prizes or contests in its jurisdiction. NASA is not responsible for the conduct of any local International Space Apps Challenge events. You agree to release and hold NASA harmless against any and all claims against the Agency resulting from your breach of any of the representations, warranties or obligations contained in this Agreement, including claims related to the use of your Solution Materials.
You assume any and all risks to you associated with your submission of a solution. Therefore, you also waive and release any and all claims or causes of action against NASA, the U.S. Government and its officers, employees, and agents for any and all injury and damage of any nature whatsoever (whether existing or thereafter arising, whether direct, indirect, or consequential, and whether foreseeable or not), arising from the submission of your solution to the International Space Apps Challenge.
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