Supplementary General Terms and Conditions for International Print Media

Basic legal provisions

In general, the contents of international media monitoring are intended for internal use only. As far as possible, we undertake licence management and the on-site processing thereof in collaboration with our international partners. However, some licensors insist on direct contact or insist that a contact is concluded with the end customer. The details of the countries concerned are listed below. For further information on any licence costs, please refer to the websites of the relevant licensors.

Detailed legal provision

 

Austria

For deliveries from Austria, up to ten users are licensed. Additional users can be licensed via our content suppliers and invoiced via ARGUS DATA INSIGHTS.

 

United Kingdom (UK) and Republic or Ireland (ROI)

For digital delivery and/or supply of deliverables as a link in ARGUS Portal, an end user licence agreement with the local licensing agency, NLA, is required.
https://www.nlamediaaccess.com/end-user-licence-agreement-eula/
Articles are licensed depending on the number of users via ARGUS DATA INSIGHTS. Customers based in the UK do not require an end user licence agreement, but rather a direct licence agreement with the NLA and an additional direct agreement with the CLA:
www.cla.co.uk
Articles from the Financial Times (all our customers’ locations) may only be delivered by post. Re-importing articles into the respective country of origin requires additional agreements with the licensors of the country of origin.

 

France

For deliveries from France, only one user is licensed. For two or more users, a direct licensing agreement with the local licensing agency, CFC, is required:
www.cfcopies.com/

 

Spain

For deliveries from Spain, up to five users are licensed. Additional users can be licensed via our content suppliers and invoiced via ARGUS DATA INSIGHTS. Customers based in Spain require a direct contract with the licensing agency CEDRO:
http://www.cedro.org/
Re-importing articles into the country of origin requires additional agreements with the licensors of the country of origin.

 

The Netherlands

For deliveries from the Netherlands, up to five users are licensed. Additional users can be licensed via our content suppliers and invoiced via ARGUS DATA INSIGHTS. For digital delivery and/or supply of deliverables as a link in ARGUS Portal, an end user licence agreement with the local licensing agency, ArtikelPro, is required:
https://www.mediainfogroep.nl/license-agreement/
Re-importing articles into the country of origin requires additional agreements with the licensors of the country of origin.

 

Belgium

For up to three users, articles from Belgium may be delivered directly from the local content supplier to ARGUS DATA INSIGHTS and to our customers via email. Integration into ARGUS Portal requires an additional contract with Copiepresse:
https://www.copiepresse.be/
If there are more than three users, a direct licence agreement with Copiepresse is required.

 

Luxembourg

For deliveries from Luxembourg, up to five users are licensed. Additional users can be licensed via our content suppliers and invoiced via ARGUS DATA INSIGHTS.

 

USA

For deliveries from the USA, only one user is licensed. Additional users can be licensed via our content suppliers and invoiced via ARGUS DATA INSIGHTS. By signing our proposal, end customers agree that all access and usage of the content provided is subject to the terms and conditions of the US suppliers as contained in the terms of use (and any updates thereof). These are available online at:
https://burrelles.com/burrelles-standard
Only “Alerts” are delivered from the Wall Street Journal (WSJ). Monitoring of the New York Times is not currently possible.

 

Japan

For legal reasons, articles from Japan can only be delivered by post.

Brief summary per country

Country How many users are included in our ARUGSflat prices? What should you do if the number of users is higher than in column 2? When is a direct contract between the end customer and the local licensing agency necessary? Is re-importing articles into the country of origin permitted?
Austria 10 Can be invoiced via ARGUS DATA INSIGHTS Never Permitted
United Kingdom (UK) According to the above-mentioned end user agreement from the local licensing agency completed by end customer According to the above-mentioned end user agreement from the local licensing agency completed by end customer If articles are returned to the UK and/or the customer is based in the UK. Only via direct contract with both local licensing agencies
Republic or Ireland (ROI) According to the above-mentioned end user agreement from the local licensing agency completed by end customer According to the above-mentioned end user agreement from the local licensing agency completed by end customer If articles are returned to the UK/ROI and/or the customer is based in the UK/ROI. Only via direct contract with the local licensing agency
France 1 Only via contract with the local licensing agency For more than 1 user Permitted
Spain 5 Can be invoiced via ARGUS DATA INSIGHTS If articles are returned to Spain and/or the customer is based in Spain. Only via direct contract with the local licensing agency
The Netherlands 5 Can be invoiced via ARGUS DATA INSIGHTS If articles are returned to the Netherlands and/or the customer is based in the Netherlands Only via direct contract with the local licensing agency
Belgium 3 (email delivery only) Only via contract with the licensing agency For more than 3 users and/or integration into ARGUS Portal Permitted
Luxembourg 5 Can be invoiced via ARGUS DATA INSIGHTS Never Permitted
USA 1 Can be invoiced via ARGUS DATA INSIGHTS Never Permitted

November 2023