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Privacy Policy & Terms of Use


DATA USE

Your data is stored in our secured servers. Some of your data maybe sent to vetted third parties to assist with providing you with the AgriBot services. Access to your data allows AgriBot to learn your preferences which helps your automated assistant provide you with the best experience available with today’s AI capabilities.

TERMS OF USE

AgriBot provides various services (collectively, the “service”) to you, the user, subject to your compliance with all the terms, conditions, and notices contained or referenced herein (the “Terms of Use”). BY USING THIS SERVICE, YOU AGREE TO BE BOUND BY THESE TERMS OF USE. IF YOU DO NOT WISH TO BE BOUND BY THE THESE TERMS OF USE, PLEASE STOP USING THE SERVICE NOW. YOUR REMEDY FOR DISSATISFACTION WITH THIS SERVICE, OR ANY PRODUCTS, CONTENT, OR OTHER INFORMATION AVAILABLE ON OR THROUGH THIS SERVICE, IS TO STOP USING THE SERVICE AND/OR THOSE PARTICULAR PRODUCTS. YOUR AGREEMENT WITH AGRIBOT REGARDING COMPLIANCE WITH THESE TERMS OF USE BECOMES EFFECTIVE IMMEDIATELY UPON COMMENCEMENT OF YOUR USE OF THIS SERVICE.

TERMINATION OF SERVICE

AgriBot reserves the right to terminate the service at any time — for any reason.

MICROSOFT BOT FRAMEWORK CODE OF CONDUCT

When used with MSTeams or Skype, AgriBot is enabled by the Microsoft Bot Framework. The Microsoft Bot Framework is a set of web-services that enable intelligent services and connections using conversation channels you authorize. As a service provider, Microsoft will transmit content you provide to our bot/service in order to enable the service. For more information about Microsoft privacy policies please see their privacy statement here:http://go.microsoft.com/fwlink/?LinkId=521839. In addition, your interactions with this bot/service are also subject to the conversational channel’s applicable terms of use, privacy and data collection policies. To report abuse when using a bot that uses the Microsoft Bot Framework to Microsoft, please visit the Microsoft Bot Framework website at https://www.botframework.com and use the “Report Abuse” link in the menu to contact Microsoft.

Updated: June 20, 2019