PSMA Developer Agreement

This PSMA Developer Agreement is effective from:

  • 20 December 2017 for those developers who agree to it through registration of a new PSMA Developer Portal account or subscription to a new PSMA API; and
  • 1 February 2018 for developers who registered for a PSMA Developer Portal account prior to 20 December 2017 in relation to the PSMA APIs they subscribed to prior to 20 December 2017.

 

A copy of previous Developer Subscription Agreement for PSMA Address Verification Service can be found here.

 

This Agreement is a binding agreement between you (referred to as ‘You’, ‘Your’, ‘Yourself’ or ‘Developer’) and PSMA Distribution Pty Ltd ACN 131 984 800 of Unit 6, 113 Canberra Avenue, Griffith in the Australian Capital Territory, Australia (referred to as ‘Us’, ‘Our’, ‘We’ or ‘PSMA’), regarding Your use of PSMA APIs through the PSMA Developer Portal. You and PSMA are each ‘a party’ to this Agreement and together we are ‘the parties’.

Please read this Agreement carefully before You tick the box next to ‘I agree…’ and ensure You have understood it. By ticking the box next to ‘I agree…’ You agree to be bound by the terms of this Agreement, either as an individual or on behalf of the entity You represent.

If You do not agree with the terms of this Agreement, You must not click ‘I agree…’ and You must not use (or must immediately stop using) the PSMA Developer Portal, PSMA APIs and any PSMA Data (and any output, product or service derived from use of PSMA Data) accessed through a PSMA API.

If You have any questions about this Agreement, please contact Us.

Background

  1. This Agreement set out the terms on which:
    1. You, the person or entity entering into this Agreement, agree to use PSMA APIs through the PSMA Developer Portal; and
    2. PSMA agrees to make PSMA APIs available to You through the PSMA Developer Portal.
  2. PSMA makes PSMA APIs available through the PSMA Developer Portal to allow You to create Applications which use a feed of PSMA Data through the use of unique API keys or tokens.
  3. You may use create Applications to use Yourself and make available for use by third party End Users in accordance with the terms of this Agreement.

 

IT IS AGREED

 

  1. Definitions and Interpretation
    1. In this Agreement:
      1. Agreed Service Time means the amount of time that a PSMA API is available to You each month, which is 24 hours every day less any time that clause 18 (Availability of PSMA APIs) states will not be included in the calculations of Availability;
      2. Agreement means this PSMA Developer Agreement, the PSMA API Appendices to this Agreement for PSMA APIs to which You have subscribed, Your PSMA API Usage Plans and any other documentation referenced in this Agreement, including the End User Terms of Use;
      3. API Key or Token means a unique alphanumeric identifier for use by You in an Application which facilitates access to a PSMA API;
      4. Application means any application created by You that uses a PSMA API and allows access to a feed of PSMA Data or some output product or service derived from use of a feed of PSMA Data;
      5. Availability means the percentage of Agreed Service Time when a PSMA API is fully available to You, calculated as follows:
        100 x (Agreed Service Time minus Downtime)/Agreed Service Time;
      6. Business Day means a day that is not a Saturday, Sunday or any other day which is a national public holiday;
      7. Business Hours means between 8.30am and 5pm AEST on days that are Business Days;
      8. Commercial means primarily intended for or directed towards commercial advantage or monetary compensation;
      9. Confidential Information includes information which:
        1. is specifically designated as confidential by a party;
        2. by its nature may reasonably be understood to be confidential;
        3. relates to the financial, business affairs or management decisions of a party or their related companies;
        4. relates in any way to a party’s or their related company’s Intellectual Property Rights,

        but does not include the fact of the existence of this Agreement or the identity of the parties to it or information that:

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        5. was rightfully in the other party’s possession (as evidenced by written records), and not subject to an obligation of confidentiality on the part of that party before the commencement of this Agreement;
        6. is or comes into the public domain (other than as a result of a breach of this Agreement by a party); or
        7. is required to be disclosed by any law;
      10. Data means any text, graphics, audio, visual (including still visual images) or audio visual material, software, applications, data, database content or other multimedia content, information and material;
      11. Developer Documentation means any look up tables, class and method documentation, code snippets, PSMA API specification documents and other developer guide documentation relating to PSMA APIs or PSMA Data which We may supply or make available to You through Your PSMA Developer Portal account;
      12. DigitalGlobe means DigitalGlobe Inc. a Delaware corporation, located at 1300 W. 120th Avenue, Westminster, Colorado, 80234, USA and its affiliates and Related Bodies Corporate within the meaning given in section 9 of the Corporations Act 2001 (Cth);
      13. Downtime means time when a PSMA API is unavailable to You;
      14. End User means any third party user of Your Applications;
      15. End User Terms of Use means the end user licence agreement between You and End Users regarding use of Geoscape PSMA Data (and other PSMA Data which is delivered through an API with Geoscape PSMA Data), which must contain the terms set out at PSMA API Application End User Terms of Use;
      16. Fees means, in respect of each PSMA API to which You subscribe, the fees set out Your PSMA API Usage Plan for the applicable PSMA API;
      17. Intellectual Property Rights include any:
        1. copyright;
        2. database rights;
        3. design, patent, trade mark, semiconductor, circuit layout, broadcast or plant breeder rights;
        4. trade, business, company or domain name rights;
        5. know how, trade secrets, inventions, processes, rights of confidence;
        6. other proprietary, licence or personal rights arising from intellectual activity in the business, industrial, scientific or artistic fields,

        and all other similar rights anywhere in the world whether or not registered and including applications for registration of any of them;

      18. Personal Information means personal information as that term is defined in the Privacy Act 1988 (Cth);
      19. PSMA Australia means PSMA Australia Limited ACN 089 912 710 of Unit 6, 113 Canberra Avenue, Griffith in the Australian Capital Territory, Australia;
      20. PSMA Data means, in respect of any PSMA API, any dataset which PSMA Australia creates or which it licenses from a third party and is listed as PSMA Data in the applicable PSMA API Appendix to this Agreement;
      21. PSMA Developer Portal means the portal through which You can manage Your use of PSMA APIs, which is available through developer.psma.com.au;
      22. PSMA API means an application programming interface service created by PSMA Australia and described more fully in an Appendix to this Agreement;
      23. PSMA API Usage Plan means, in respect of each PSMA API to which You subscribe, the Transaction usage and pricing information for Your subscription level made available through developer.psma.com.au or provided directly to You by PSMA, which will be emailed to You when You subscribe to a PSMA API and which PSMA will provide to You on request;
      24. PSMA Service Desk means the service desk operated by PSMA, which is contactable by email at support@psma.com.au and by telephone on (02) 6260 9099;
      25. Support Services means support services to:
        1. receive information about any faults or errors in a PSMA API and manage and, where reasonably possible, resolve any such faults or errors in a PSMA API; and
        2. support Your use of PSMA APIs and improve Your understanding of the PSMA Data accessible through them; and
      26. the meaning of Transaction for each PSMA API is set out in the applicable PSMA API Appendix to this Agreement. If the meaning of Transaction for a PSMA API is not set out in the applicable PSMA API Appendix to this Agreement, there are no Transaction limits for that PSMA API.
    2. Reference to:
      1. one gender includes the others;
      2. the singular includes the plural and the plural includes the singular;
      3. a person includes a body corporate;
      4. a party or a person includes the party’s or person’s executors, administrators, successors and permitted assigns;
      5. a thing includes the whole and each part of it separately;
      6. a statute, regulation, code or other law or a provision of any of them includes:
        1. any amendment or replacement of it; and
        2. another regulation or other statutory instrument made under it, or made under it as amended or replaced; and
      7. dollars means Australian dollars unless otherwise explicitly stated.
      8. “Including” and similar expressions are not words of limitation.
      9. Where a word or expression is given a particular meaning, other parts of speech and grammatical forms of that word or expression have a corresponding meaning.
      10. Headings and any table of contents or index are for convenience only and do not form part of this Agreement or affect its interpretation.
      11. A provision of this Agreement must not be construed to the disadvantage of a party merely because that party was responsible for the preparation of the Agreement or the inclusion of the provision in the Agreement.
      12. If an act must be done on a specified day which is not a Business Day, it must be done instead on the next Business Day in the place where the act must be done.
      13. If a party consists of more than one person, this Agreement binds each of them separately and any two or more of them jointly.
      14. An obligation, representation or warranty in favour of more than one person is for the benefit of them separately and jointly.
      15. A party which is a trustee is bound both personally and in its capacity as a trustee.
      16. Unless this Agreement expressly provides otherwise, in the event of any inconsistency between the terms of the documents comprising this Agreement, they must be read in the following order of precedence:
        1. the paragraphs in the body of Your PSMA API Usage Plans;
        2. the paragraphs in the body of the PSMA API Appendices to this Agreement;
        3. the clauses in the body of this Agreement; and then
        4. the paragraphs in the body of any other documentation referenced in this Agreement.
  2. Variation of this Agreement
    1. We may vary the terms of this Agreement (and any free or paid subscription plans) on at least 30 days’ notice to You, unless the variation is required by any of Our third party licensors on less than 30 days’ notice, in which case We will give You such notice as is reasonably practicable in the circumstances.
    2. If You continue to use the PSMA Developer Portal or PSMA APIs after such notice period, You shall be deemed to have accepted the varied terms.
    3. If You do not wish to accept the varied terms, You must give us notice prior to the expiry of Our notice period:
      1. that You are cancelling Your subscriptions to particular PSMA APIs; or
      2. that You are cancelling all Your subscriptions to PSMA APIs, closing Your PSMA Developer Portal account and terminating this Agreement.
    4. Your subscription cancellations (and Your closing of Your PSMA Developer Portal account and termination of this Agreement, if applicable) will be effective on the same date that the variation to this Agreement (or any free or paid plans) comes into effect and You will receive a pro-rata refund for any amount already paid to Us in respect of any period after that date.
    5. If We give You notice pursuant to clause 2.1 that we are varying the End User Terms of Use, you must cooperate and give Your End Users appropriate notice of the subsequent variation to their terms of use with You.
    6. Additionally, variations to this Agreement may take effect if agreed to in writing by both You and Us.
  3. PSMA API Appendices
    1. A description of each PSMA API and any specific terms regarding its use are set out in the Appendices to this Agreement.
    2. Whenever You subscribe to a PSMA API, You agree to any specific terms regarding its use set out in the applicable PSMA API Appendix to this Agreement and that PSMA API Appendix becomes part of this Agreement. The Appendices to this Agreement for PSMA APIs which You are not subscribed to do not form part of this Agreement.
    3. In respect of each PSMA API, the clauses in the body of this Agreement are subject to the specific terms set out in the applicable PSMA API Appendix.
  4. PSMA Developer Portal Account
    1. To subscribe to a PSMA API, You must register for a PSMA Developer Portal account.
    2. You must not register for an account with fake details or with the intent of impersonating another person or entity. If PSMA reasonably suspects that Your registration information may be fake or fraudulent, We may decline to arrange an account for You. If PSMA later reasonably suspects that Your account profile information is fake or fraudulent, We may immediately suspend Your account or terminate this Agreement. You also must not (nor permit others to) register for multiple PSMA Developer Portal accounts to benefit from multiple free plans for a PSMA API. PSMA may decline to arrange account facilities, immediately suspend Your account or terminate this Agreement if We reasonably suspect that this has occurred.
    3. Subject to clause 4.2, following Your registration, We will notify You of Your PSMA Developer Portal account. Once Your account has been activated, You will be able to access Your PSMA Developer Portal account to:
      1. subscribe to PSMA APIs; and
      2. obtain API Keys or Tokens for the PSMA APIs to which You have subscribed;
      3. request additional API Keys or Tokens from PSMA;
      4. otherwise manage Your use of PSMA APIs.
    4. You must:
      1. maintain the confidentiality of the username and password for Your PSMA Developer Portal account and Your API Keys and Tokens;
      2. not authorise any other persons to use Your PSMA Developer Portal account or API Keys and Tokens; and
      3. keep Your PSMA Developer Portal account profile information accurate and current.
    5. You are responsible for all use of PSMA APIs through Your PSMA Developer Portal account or using Your API Keys and Tokens and for payment of Fees for such use (including any use of Your account or API Key or Token details by any person with or without Your authorisation or who has access to any computer on which Your account or API Key or Token details reside or are accessible).
    6. If You know of or suspect any unauthorised use of Your PSMA Developer Portal account username or password or API Keys or Tokens, You must immediately:
      1. take all reasonable steps available to You to cause the unauthorised use to stop; and
      2. notify PSMA.
  5. Subscription to Free Plan
    1. Free plan information can be found on the pricing webpages for each PSMA API available through developer.psma.com.au.
    2. The terms of this clause 5 are subject to any other terms set out in Your PSMA API Usage Plan for each PSMA API to which you subscribe.
    3. Eligibility for subscription to a free plan is determined by PSMA in its sole discretion. We may limit eligibility to prevent free plan abuse. Persons or representatives of an entity with an existing PSMA Developer Portal account are not eligible for free plans. We may use information such as device ID, method of payment or an account email address used with an existing or recent PSMA Developer Portal account to determine eligibility.
    4. As specified in clause 4.2 above, We may immediately suspend Your PSMA Developer Portal account or terminate this Agreement if We reasonably suspect that You have registered for (or have collaborated with others to register for) multiple PSMA Developer Portal accounts to benefit from multiple free plans for PSMA APIs.
    5. If You are subscribed to a free plan for a PSMA API, Your Transaction limits are set out in Your PSMA API Usage Plan for that PSMA API.
    6. If You reach Your monthly Transaction limit for Your free plan, You will receive notice from PSMA and Your access to the relevant PSMA API will be suspended until the beginning of the next month of Your subscription.
  6. Subscription to Paid Plan
    1. Paid plan information can be found on the pricing webpages for each PSMA API available through developer.psma.com.au.
    2. The terms of this clause 6 are subject to any other terms set out in Your PSMA API Usage Plan for each PSMA API to which you subscribe.
    3. You must provide a current, valid, accepted method of payment (which You may then update from time to time) to subscribe to a paid plan for a PSMA API. PSMA’s payment services providers will use this information to allow Us to charge You Your monthly subscription Fees.
    4. You acknowledge and accept that PSMA’s payment services providers may disclose Your Personal Information to their related entities or third parties located in countries where the laws on the collection, use and disclosure of Personal Information are less stringent and protective than Australia. If You provide a method of payment in order to subscribe to a paid plan for a PSMA API, You consent to this disclosure of Your Personal Information overseas and Australia Privacy Principle 8.1 (as set out in the Privacy Act 1988 (Cth)) will not apply to this disclosure.
    5. If You subscribe to a paid plan, Your Fees, Transaction limits and the thresholds at which You will be given notice about Your Transaction use are set out in Your PSMA API Usage Plan.
    6. If You reach the Transaction use thresholds set out in Your PMSA API Usage Plan for a PSMA API, You will receive a notice from PSMA. If You then reach Your monthly Transaction limit, You will receive another notice from PSMA and Your access to the PSMA API will be suspended until the date on which You are next charged Your monthly subscription Fees for that PSMA API.
    7. Fees are payable monthly in advance from the date on which You commenced Your subscription and are based on the paid plan You have subscribed to, not actual usage. If You commenced Your subscription to on the 29th or 30th of the month, You will be charged Your monthly subscription Fees on the 29th or 30th (as applicable) of each month, except for February, when You will be charged on the last day of the month. If You commenced Your subscription on the 31st of the month, You will be charged on the last day of the month.
    8. Your paid plan subscription will continue month to month until You cancel it. Unless You cancel Your subscription prior to the monthly date on which You are charged, You authorise Us to charge You for Your next month’s subscription Fees.
    9. If payment of Your monthly subscription Fees is not successful because of expiration of a credit card, insufficient funds or otherwise and You do not update Your payment method or cancel Your subscription, We may immediately suspend Your access to PSMA APIs until We have obtained a valid method of payment. If You update Your method of payment, You authorise Us to continue charging the updated payment method and You remain responsible for any uncollected amounts. This may result in a change to the monthly date on which You are charged.
    10. Unless expressly stated otherwise, all Fees are GST inclusive.
    11. To the extent permitted by law, any fees correctly paid by You to PSMA are non-refundable, unless otherwise expressly stated in this Agreement.
  7. Grant of Licence and Intellectual Property Rights
    1. There is no transfer of ownership of any Intellectual Property Rights in PSMA APIs, PSMA Data, Developer Documentation or API Keys or Tokens to You under this Agreement. This Agreement only conveys a limited right to use PSMA APIs, PSMA Data, Developer Documentation and API Keys and Tokens and does not convey any ownership of them to You.
    2. For the sole purpose of creating, maintaining and delivering Applications, PSMA grants You a world-wide, non-exclusive, non-transferable licence to:
      1. install, run and use API Keys and Tokens in Your Applications to facilitate access to PSMA Data using the PSMA APIs to which You have subscribed during the term of this Agreement;
      2. use, print off copies and download extracts of the Developer Documentation to help You explore, understand and experiment with PSMA APIs and PSMA Data and develop Your Applications during the term of this Agreement;
      3. subject to clauses 7.8 and 9, use PSMA Data accessed through PSMA APIs in perpetuity and grant perpetual sublicences to End Users to use PSMA Data provided through Your Applications.
    3. Notwithstanding clause 7.2(3):
      1. Your licence to use PSMA Data accessed through PSMA APIs is revocable and may be immediately revoked by notice to You if this Agreement is terminated in accordance with clause 20.10; and
      2. any perpetual sublicence granted to an End User must be revocable in the case of breach by the End User of the terms of its sublicence.
    4. To the extent that any new Intellectual Property Rights arise in any material created by copying, thinning or otherwise editing or manipulating PSMA Data, those new Intellectual Property rights vest on their creation in PSMA Australia. You must not assert an interest in any such rights and must take all reasonable steps to ensure that no End Users assert an interest in any such rights, except as required for PSMA Australia to exercise its rights. PSMA will pay all reasonable costs incurred by You or an End User in assisting PSMA Australia to exercise its rights.
    5. Subject to clause 7.8, PSMA warrants that:
      1. it is entitled to grant You the licence set out in clause 7.2; and
      2. the grant of such rights does not infringe the Intellectual Property Rights of any third parties.
    6. We may monitor and store information about Your use and Your End Users’ use of PSMA APIs. We may also capture any information which You or Your End Users process through PSMA APIs (for example, addresses to be verified). If We capture any such information, We may use and distribute that information to improve the accuracy of Our products. If that information is incorporated within Our products, any Intellectual Property Rights in that information, as it forms a part of Our products, will vest in PSMA Australia.
    7. If We distribute any information described in clause 7.6 to a third party, We will use reasonable endeavours to de-identify it so that no persons can be connected with the information by the third party.
    8. PSMA Data may be derived from or based upon open data licensed to You under a separate open licence. Notwithstanding any other provision of this Agreement, to the extent that any such open data subsists in PSMA Data, it is licensed directly to You and Your End Users and any other person with access to PSMA Data pursuant to this Agreement under its open licence and is not licensed or sublicensable under this Agreement. Information about any such open data and the terms under which it is licensed can be found at www.psma.com.au/psma-data-copyright-and-disclaimer. In the event of a conflict between this Agreement and any separate open licence, the separate open licence will prevail with respect to the open data.
    9. Any rights and permissions relating to PSMA APIs, PSMA Data, Developer Documentation and API Keys and Tokens not expressly granted to You in this Agreement are expressly excluded.
  8. Infringement of Intellectual Property Rights
    1. You must notify Us as soon as practicable if You know:
      1. of an infringement of Intellectual Property Rights in PSMA APIs, PSMA Data, Developer Documentation or API Keys or Tokens that has occurred or is likely to occur; or
      2. that Your use or any End User’s use of PSMA APIs, PSMA Data, Developer Documentation or API Keys or Tokens infringes, is likely to infringe or has been alleged to infringe the Intellectual Property Rights of any third party.
    2. You must comply (and must take all reasonable steps to ensure that End Users comply) with all reasonable directions from PSMA in relation to any infringement that has occurred or is likely to occur or any alleged infringement referred to in clause 8.1 and must render all reasonable assistance (and must take all reasonable steps to ensure that End Users render all reasonable assistance) to PSMA in relation to any such infringement, including:
      1. ceasing use of any allegedly infringing material; and
      2. allowing PSMA (or a nominee of PSMA) the right to control any related litigation or settlement negotiations.
    3. If PSMA requires You or any End Users to cease using any allegedly infringing material under clause 8.2, PSMA will procure a licence for You or the End Users to use equivalent data at PSMA’s cost.
  9. Geoscape PSMA Data
    1. Elements of Geoscape PSMA Data may be accessed through the use of PSMA APIs which list Geoscape as PSMA Data in the applicable PSMA API Appendix to this Agreement. Your licence to use any such Geoscape PSMA Data is more limited than Your licence to use other PSMA Data under this Agreement.
    2. You may only:
      1. use Geoscape PSMA Data (and any output, product or service derived from use of Geoscape PSMA Data, including outputs, products or services that You may develop Yourself) for Your personal or internal business use in a way that does not make any Geoscape PSMA Data (or any output, product or service derived from use of Geoscape PSMA Data) available to any third party; and
      2. You may only grant sublicences to End Users to use Geoscape PSMA Data (and any output, product or service derived from use of Geoscape PSMA Data) provided through Your Applications for their personal or internal business use in a way that does not make any Geoscape PSMA Data (or any output, product or service derived from use of Geoscape PSMA Data, including outputs, products or services that they may develop themselves) available to any third party.
    3. For the avoidance of doubt:
      1. You may only make Geoscape PSMA Data (or output, product or service derived from use of Geoscape PSMA Data) available to End Users through Your Applications; and
      2. You must not (and You must not permit End Users to) use Geoscape PSMA Data (or any output, product or service derived from use of Geoscape PSMA Data, including outputs, products or services that You or Your End Users may develop) in any external manner.
    4. If You or Your End Users wish to use Geoscape PSMA Data (or any output, product or service derived from use of Geoscape PSMA Data) in an external manner, please see www.psma.com.au for further information about Geoscape licensing options.
    5. You must ensure that:
      1. End Users of any Application that provides access to Geoscape PSMA Data are bound by the End User Terms of Use or substantially equivalent terms included in Your own Application terms of use; and
      2. a copy of the End User Terms of Use (or substantially equivalent terms included in Your own Application terms of use) is made easily accessible the End Users of any Application that provides access to Geoscape PSMA Data, for example, through a hypertext link within the Application.
    6. Any export, re-export or retransfer of Geoscape PSMA Data is subject to certain export control, sanctions and embargo laws. Accordingly, You will comply with all applicable export control laws, rules and regulations, as applicable at the time of use. The export, sanctions and embargo laws in effect may prohibit You from selling, reselling, exporting, re-exporting, trading, or otherwise transferring certain products and services with certain countries, entities and persons.
  10. Sublicences to End Users
    1. You must only sublicense End Users to use PSMA Data (or any output, product or service derived from use of PSMA Data) provided through Your Applications on binding terms that:
      1. grant rights to use PSMA Data only as permitted by this Agreement;
      2. allow You to fulfil all of Your obligations under this Agreement;
      3. if required by the terms of a PSMA API Appendix in respect of the applicable PSMA API, put End Users on notice on terms equivalent to those set out in clause 7.8 that PSMA Data may be derived from or based upon open data licensed under a separate open licence;
      4. are at least as protective of PSMA Data as the terms of this Agreement and any terms on which You are licensing Your own proprietary information;
      5. do not limit PSMA’s or PSMA Australia’s rights or remedies in relation to use of PSMA Data; and
      6. where Geoscape PSMA Data (or any output, product or service derived from use of PSMA Data) is sublicensed, also comply with clause 9.5.
    2. For the avoidance of doubt, where a term of this Agreement requires You to take all reasonable steps to do something:
      1. that requires the cooperation of an End User; or
      2. to get an End User to either do or refrain from doing something,

      those reasonable steps include including in the terms of the relevant sublicence an obligation for the End User to cooperate as required or to either do or refrain from doing that thing.

    3. You must take all reasonable steps to ensure that End User comply with the terms of any sublicences granted pursuant to this Agreement.
    4. You know of any conduct by an End User that causes (or will cause) the End User to be in breach of the terms of a sublicence granted pursuant to this Agreement, You must promptly notify PSMA and, if required by PSMA, meet to discuss the matter in good faith.
    5. You must promptly undertake (and must take all reasonable steps to ensure that End Users promptly undertake) any steps that PSMA reasonably considers necessary to address any conduct by an End User that causes End User to be in breach of the terms of a sublicence granted pursuant to this Agreement, which may include You:
      1. issuing a notice to the relevant End User notifying it of its breach and requiring its prompt rectification;
      2. suspending the relevant End User’s access to Your Application; or
      3. terminating and, if perpetual, revoking the relevant End User’s sublicence.
    6. If You breach this clause 10 then, in addition to exercising any right pursuant to the terms of this Agreement, PSMA may give You notice of such breach and, upon the giving of such notice, You irrevocably appoints PSMA Your agent for the purposes of enforcing the terms of any sublicence against an End User. You must take all reasonable steps to ensure that End Users do not challenge the validity of any such appointment.
  11. Copyright Notices and Other Conditions of Use
    1. You must take all reasonable steps to ensure that Your Applications and any copy of PSMA Data (and any output, product or service derived from use of PSMA Data) made pursuant to this Agreement bears or appropriately references the copyright and disclaimer information set out at psma.com.au/psma-data-copyright-and-disclaimer. References to this information must be no less prominent than any similar reference to other copyright information included by You or an End User. For the avoidance of doubt, referencing that information by including a notice in the following manner is appropriate:
      1. for Your Applications or any output, product or service derived from use of PSMA Data:
        1. “Incorporates or developed using [insert name of PSMA Data used] ©[insert year in which Your Application is being used] Copyright and Disclaimer Notice”, where the words ‘Copyright and Disclaimer Notice’ are hyperlinked to psma.com.au/psma-data-copyright-and-disclaimer; or
        2. “Incorporates or developed using [insert name of PSMA Data used]©[insert year in which Your Application is being used] for Copyright and Disclaimer Notice see psma.com.au/psma-data-copyright-and-disclaimer”; and
      2. for PSMA Data obtained through Your Applications:
        1. “[insert name of PSMA Data]©[insert year PSMA Data is obtained] Copyright and Disclaimer Notice”, where the words ‘Copyright and Disclaimer Notice’ are hyperlinked to psma.com.au/psma-data-copyright-and-disclaimer; or
        2. “[insert name of PSMA Data]©[insert year PSMA Data is obtained] for Copyright and Disclaimer Notice see psma.com.au/psma-data-copyright-and-disclaimer”.
    2. Where a reference to psma.com.au/psma-data-copyright-and-disclaimer is embedded in a PSMA API’s responses, You must not remove those references or allow them to be removed.
    3. You must comply with any additional reasonable directions of PSMA regarding the form and content of the copyright and disclaimer information described in this clause 11.
    4. You must (and, where applicable, You must take all reasonable steps to ensure that Your End Users):
      1. comply with all laws, rules and regulations applicable to Your use of PSMA APIs and PSMA Data;
      2. use appropriate technological and security measures to ensure that all access and use of PSMA APIs through Your Applications is secure from unauthorised use or access;
      3. not access, store, distribute or transmit any viruses or any material during the course of Your use of PSMA APIs that is unlawful or detrimental to Our interests or reputation;
      4. not allow PSMA APIs or any PSMA Data to be used for anything that, in Our reasonable opinion, may be illegal, deceptive, misleading, unethical, incorrect, offensive, defamatory or otherwise inappropriate or may infringe any third party rights;
      5. not use PSMA APIs in any way that threatens their integrity, performance or reliability (including by conducting performance or stress tests on PSMA APIs) or in any manner that works around any of their technical limitations;
      6. provide Us with all necessary co-operation in relation to this Agreement and all necessary access to information relating to this Agreement and Your use or Your End Users’ of PSMA APIs as We may reasonably require;
      7. ensure that Your network and systems comply with any relevant specifications provided by Us from time to time, including promptly complying with any reasonable requests from Us in connection with the same; and
      8. take sole responsibility for procuring and maintaining Your network connections and telecommunications links from Your systems to Our services, and all problems, conditions, delays, delivery failures and all other loss or damage arising from or relating to Your network connections or telecommunications links or caused by the internet.
  12. Beta PSMA APIs
    1. The use of any PSMA API which is marked ‘Beta’ is subject to this clause 12.
    2. Beta PSMA APIs have not been officially released by Us and We may decide in Our absolute discretion never to officially release a Beta PSMA API.
    3. Beta PSMA APIs are released through the PSMA Developer Portal for testing and assessment purposes and are subject to ongoing development. Beta PSMA APIs may not reach the level of performance of final, officially released PSMA APIs and Your use of a Beta PSMA API is entirely at Your own risk. We may at any time change any version of a Beta PSMA API or withdraw the availability of a Beta PSMA API generally or to You individually.
    4. You must not use a Beta PSMA API for Commercial purposes without first consulting PSMA and obtaining Our permission to do so.
    5. If You agree to join our Beta PSMA API program, You become a beta tester for any Beta PSMA APIs which You subscribe to and We may ask You to provide Us with comments, suggestions and any other feedback You have on those Beta PSMA APIs. We are free to use any information which You provide to Us in relation to a Beta PSMA APIs for any purpose.
    6. You may leave the Beta PSMA API program at any time by notifying PSMA.
    7. You may contact us at beta@psma.com.au for Support Services in relation to Beta PSMA APIs. However, PSMA is under no obligation to resolve any faults or errors in a Beta PSMA API and clause 19 does not apply to Beta PSMA APIs.
    8. In relation to any Beta PSMA API to which You have access, We will notify You if We:
      1. significantly change a version of the Beta PSMA API;
      2. release a new version of the Beta PSMA API;
      3. withdraw the availability to You of a Beta PSMA API; or
      4. decide to officially release or not to officially release the Beta PSMA API.
    9. To the extent permitted by law, We offer no warranties about the Availability of Beta PSMA APIs and clause 18 of this Agreement does not apply to Beta PSMA APIs.
  13. Exclusion of Warranties and Limitation of Liability
    1. PSMA Australia endeavours to ensure that:
      1. PSMA APIs are reliable; and
      2. the PSMA Data is accurate and complete by using source data primarily from Australia’s federal, state, territory and local governments and other reputable sources (including, in the case of Geoscape PSMA Data, DigitalGlobe).
    2. Notwithstanding clause 13.1, PSMA APIs and PSMA Data are provided ‘as is’ and neither PSMA, nor PSMA Australia, nor Australia’s federal, state, territory and local governments, nor any other providers of source data for PSMA Data (including DigitalGlobe) make any representations or provide any warranties (express or implied) about the accuracy, completeness or fitness for any particular purpose of PSMA APIs and PSMA Data, that PSMA APIs and PSMA Data are without errors or faults or that the provision of PSMA APIs and PSMA Data will be uninterrupted or error free.
    3. To the extent permitted by law:
      1. in no event will PSMA, PSMA Australia, Australia’s federal, state, territory and local governments or any other providers of source data for PSMA Data (including DigitalGlobe) have any liability to You or Your End User (including liability in negligence and liability for any incidental, consequential, special, exemplary or indirect damages) for any losses suffered (including any consequential loss, indirect loss or loss of profits or data) or expenses incurred by You or any End Users arising from or related to:
        1. this Agreement generally;
        2. use of PSMA APIs or PSMA Data for any particular purpose;
        3. PSMA Data being inaccurate or incomplete in any way for any reason;
        4. the performance or security of PSMA APIs (excluding the Availability of PSMA APIs);
        5. any any errors or faults or viruses in PSMA APIs or PSM Data;
        6. any interruption or failure of any electronic transmission of PSMA Data; or
        7. any information or advice referred to in clause 14,

        even if PSMA, PSMA Australia, Australia’s federal, state, territory and local governments or any other providers of source data for PSMA Data (including DigitalGlobe) have been advised of the possibility of such losses or expenses;

      2. the total cumulative liability of PSMA, PSMA Australia, Australia’s federal, state, territory and local governments and any other providers of source data (including DigitalGlobe) arising from PSMA APIs and PSMA Data and this Agreement (whether in contact or tort or otherwise) will not exceed the total amount of fees paid by You for PSMA APIs and PSMA Data;
      3. all statutory or implied conditions and warranties regarding PSMA APIs and PSMA Data are excluded and liability under any condition or warranty which cannot legally be excluded is limited to PSMA, at its option, replacing the relevant data or services (or supplying equivalent data or services) or refunding You any Fees paid under this Agreement for the deficient data or services.
    4. If You or an End User find an error in PSMA Data, You may contact Us to inform Us of the error and the suggested correction. If You provide this information to Us, We and PSMA Australia are free to use it for any purpose.
  14. Representations Not Relied On
    1. You acknowledge that You have made Your own assessment of PSMA APIs and PSMA Data and You have not relied on any information or advice given by PSMA, PSMA Australia, Australia’s federal, state, territory or local governments or any other providers of source data for PSMA Data (including DigitalGlobe) (or any person purporting to represent them) regarding PSMA APIs or PSMA Data and whether it is reasonably fit for any purpose for which it will be used by You.
  15. Indemnity
    1. You indemnify and hold harmless PSMA and PSMA Australia and their officers, employees and agents (‘those indemnified’) against any losses suffered (including any consequential loss, indirect loss or loss of profits or data) and expenses incurred (including legal expenses on a solicitor and own client basis) by any of those indemnified arising from:
      1. Your use or Your End Users’ use of PSMA APIs, PSMA Data or Developer Documentation other than in accordance with this Agreement;
      2. any other breach of this Agreement by You;
      3. Your or Your End Users’ negligence, unlawful act or omission or other misuse of PSMA APIs or PSMA Data;
      4. the development and use of Your Applications (except as they relate to PSMA APIs or PSMA Address Data incorporated in or used to develop Your Applications); or
      5. the use of PSMA APIs or PSMA Data in combination with other data or Intellectual Property Rights not supplied by PSMA.
    2. Your liability to those indemnified under clause 15.1 will be reduced proportionately to the extent that the losses suffered and expenses incurred are caused or contributed to by the negligence or unlawful act or omission or breach of this Agreement by one of those indemnified.
  16. Publicity
    1. If You publicise Your use of PSMA APIs or PSMA Data, You must do so in a manner that:
      1. acknowledges PSMA Australia as the source of PSMA Data;
      2. does not, in Our reasonable opinion, adversely affect the reputation of either PSMA or PSMA Australia; and
      3. is in accordance with PSMA’s reasonable directions, which will include a direction to discontinue publicising Your use of PSMA APIs or PSMA Data if You are in breach of this Agreement.
  17. Privacy
    1. PSMA will collect, store, use and disclose Personal Information in accordance with Our Privacy Policy.
    2. By creating a PSMA Developer Portal account, You consent to Us collecting, storing, using and disclosing Your Personal Information in accordance with Our Privacy Policy, including for the purposes of telling You about other PSMA products and services that may be of interest to You (please notify the PSMA Service Desk if you do not want to be contacted about other PSMA products and services or opt-out through the unsubscribe link that PSMA includes in all marketing emails).
    3. You must not use PSMA APIs or PSMA Data in any way that would breach the Privacy Act 1988 (Cth). Further, You must comply with any direction of PSMA to observe any recommendation of the Privacy Commissioner relating to use of PSMA APIs or PSMA Data.
  18. Availability of PSMA APIs
    1. PSMA will use reasonable endeavours to ensure that the Availability of each PSMA API is 99% of the time over each month.
    2. Any Downtime that is caused by matters:
      1. arising from Your use or Your End Users’ use of a PSMA API other than in accordance with this Agreement;
      2. beyond the reasonable control of PSMA, including general telecommunications failures, forces of nature, acts of God, civil disorder and industrial action; or
      3. within Your reasonable control or the reasonable control of Your End Users,

      will not be included in the calculations of Availability.

    3. From time to time, PSMA performs maintenance, upgrades and testing which may require planned Downtime. PSMA will use reasonable endeavours to ensure that planned Downtime is minimised and occurs at times that will cause the least disruption to the business of PSMA’s customers. Typically, planned Downtime will not occur in Business Hours and will not exceed 2 hours in duration. PSMA will use reasonable endeavours to provide You with seven days’ notice of planned Downtime, but will always provide You with at least 24 hours’ notice of planned Downtime. PSMA’s notice will describe the estimated period of the planned Downtime and the parts of PSMA APIs that will be affected.
    4. From time to time, events unrelated to maintenance may occur that result in unexpected Downtime. Where practicable, PSMA will provide You with notice of this Downtime. PSMA’s notice will describe the estimated period of the Downtime and the parts of PSMA APIs that are affected.
  19. Support Services
    1. PSMA will provide You with Support Services during Business Hours through the PSMA Service Desk. The PSMA Service Desk is based in Canberra and only operates during Business Hours. PSMA will respond to any communication received outside Business Hours at the commencement of the next Business Day. PSMA encourages You to review the support resources that have been made available to You prior to contacting the PSMA Service Desk.
    2. PSMA will use reasonable endeavours to provide Support Services in a timely manner, taking into account any impact and urgency expressed by You. You must cooperate with PSMA in relation to the provision of Support Services and must provide any related information reasonably requested by PSMA.
    3. PSMA will not provide any Support Services to Your End Users.
  20. Duration, Cancellation and Associated Terms
    1. This Agreement commences when You have accepted its terms by clicking ‘I Accept’ (or are deemed to have accepted its terms by using a PSMA API or Your PSMA Developer Portal account) and will remain in force until it is terminated or expires in accordance with this clause 20.
    2. You may cancel Your subscription to a PSMA API at any time through Your PSMA Developer Portal account or by notifying PSMA.
    3. If You cancel all Your subscriptions to PSMA APIs, You will also terminate this Agreement and Your PSMA Developer Portal account will be closed.
    4. If You are cancelling a free plan, Your cancellation is effective immediately.
    5. If You are cancelling a paid plan, Your cancellation is effective at the end of the current monthly subscription period.
    6. Subject to clause 2.3, You will not receive a refund of any Fees or other amounts already paid to Us when You cancel a subscription.
    7. Please see clause 2.3 for information about cancelling Your subscriptions to PSMA APIs as a result of Us varying the terms of this Agreement.
    8. We may immediately suspend Your PSMA Developer Portal account and access to PSMA APIs (in whole or in part) if:
      1. We reasonably suspect that You or Your End Users are using PSMA APIs, PSMA Data or Developer Documentation other than in accordance with this Agreement;
      2. where reasonably necessary for security, technical or operational reasons;
      3. as specified in clause 6.9, payment of Your monthly subscription Fees is not successfully settled due to expiration, insufficient funds, or otherwise and You do not update Your payment method or cancel Your subscription; and
      4. as specified in clause 4.2 above, We reasonably suspect Your PSMA Developer Portal account profile information is false or fraudulent or You have registered for multiple accounts to gain access to additional free plans for PSMA APIs.
    9. We may cancel Your subscription to a PSMA API by giving You not less than 30 days’ notice. If we cancel all Your subscriptions to PSMA APIs, this Agreement will also terminate. If We cancel Your subscription to a PSMA API under this clause 20.9, You will be able to continue to use the relevant PSMA API for the remainder of the monthly subscription period following the expiry of Our notice period.
    10. PSMA may immediately cancel Your subscriptions to PSMA APIs, terminate this Agreement and revoke your licence to use any PSMA Data (and any output, product or service derived from use of Geoscape PSMA Data) accessed through PSMA APIs by notice to You if You:
      1. are in material breach of any term of this Agreement and such breach is either incapable of being remedied or is not remedied within 14 days of receipt of a written request to do so;
      2. commit any repeated or persistent breaches of this Agreement;
      3. engage in conduct that may cause detriment to the name, goodwill, reputation or interest of PSMA or PSMA Australia;
      4. become, threaten or resolve to become subject to any form of insolvency administration; or
      5. cease or threaten to cease conducting Your business in the normal manner.
    11. You may immediately cancel Your subscriptions to PSMA APIs and terminate this Agreement by notice to PSMA if PSMA:
      1. is in material breach of any term of this Agreement and such breach is either incapable of being remedied or is not remedied within 14 days of receipt of a written request to do so;
      2. commits any repeated or persistent breaches of this Agreement;
      3. becomes, threatens or resolves to become subject to any form of insolvency administration; or
      4. ceases or threatens to cease conducting its business in the normal manner.
    12. Upon expiry or termination of this Agreement:
      1. any subscriptions to PSMA APIs will be cancelled and Your PSMA Developer Portal account will be closed so that Your ability (and Your End Users’ ability) to use PSMA APIs will cease;
      2. subject to clause 20.13, the terms of this Agreement cease to have force or effect;
      3. You must immediately pay any Fees or other amounts due to be paid to PSMA under this Agreement;
      4. You irrevocably appoint PSMA Your agent for the purposes of enforcing the terms of any perpetual sublicence for PSMA Data granted to an End User pursuant to this Agreement (and You must take all reasonable steps to ensure that such End Users do not challenge the validity of that appointment);
      5. You must not identify Yourself in any way as a user of PSMA APIs and You must take all reasonable steps to ensure that Your End Users do not identify themselves as users of PSMA APIs;
      6. each party retains the rights it had against the other party in respect of any past breach, in addition to any other rights, powers or remedies provided by law; and
      7. You must comply with any reasonable directions from PSMA regarding the expiration or termination.
    13. The terms of this Agreement which are capable of having effect after the expiration or termination of this Agreement will remain in full force and effect following the expiration or termination of this Agreement for a period of 7 years.
  21. Third Party Beneficiaries
    1. PSMA Australia, Australia’s federal, state, territory and local governments and any other providers of source data for PSMA Data (including DigitalGlobe) are, to the extent permitted by law, intended third party beneficiaries of this Agreement and are entitled to rely on and enforce the terms of this Agreement in their own right.
    2. Should clause 21.1 be unenforceable, illegal or void, PSMA holds the benefit of the clauses concerning PSMA Australia, Australia’s federal, state, territory and local governments and any other providers of source data for PSMA Data (including DigitalGlobe) on trust for PSMA Australia, Australia’s federal, state, territory and local governments and any other providers of source data for PSMA Data (including DigitalGlobe).
  22. General Terms
    1. Confidentiality: Each party must take all reasonable steps to maintain and safeguard the confidentiality of any Confidential Information disclosed to it pursuant to this Agreement. The parties must not (and must not permit their officers, employees, agents or contractors to) disclose any Confidential Information to any person, other than:
      1. that party’s professional advisers;
      2. to enforce this Agreement;
      3. with the prior written consent of the other party; or
      4. in the case of PSMA, PSMA Australia, provided that PSMA Australia agrees to maintain its confidentiality.
    2. Severability: If anything in this Agreement is unenforceable, illegal or void then it is severed and the rest of the Agreement remains in force.
    3. Assignment: You must not assign or novate this Agreement or any rights or obligations hereunder except with the prior written consent of PSMA. You must consent to the assignment or novation of this Agreement as required by PSMA and must promptly document Your agreement to any relevant documentation to achieve such assignment or novation.
    4. Waiver: A party’s failure or delay to exercise a right does not operate as a waiver of that right. The exercise of a right does not preclude either its exercise in the future or the exercise of any other right. A waiver is not effective unless it is in writing. A waiver is effective only in respect of the specific instance to which it relates and for the specific purpose for which it is given.
    5. Electronic Signature: Accepting the terms of this Agreement by clicking ‘I Accept’ or by using PSMA APIs or Your PSMA Developer Portal account constitutes Your electronic signature of this Agreement. Your electronic signature of this Agreement has the same legal effect as a physical signature.
    6. Electronic Notice: All notices given in connection with this Agreement must be in writing, but may be provided electronically. PSMA may email Notices to the email address identified in Your PSMA Developer Portal account. Electronic delivery of a notice has the same legal effect as if We provided You with a physical copy. We will consider a notice to have been received by You 24 hours after the time the notice is emailed to You. If You have problems viewing or accessing any notice, please contact Us so We can find another means of delivery.
    7. Entire Understanding: This Agreement is the entire agreement and understanding between the parties on everything connected with the subject matter of this Agreement and supersedes any prior agreement or understanding on anything connected with that subject matter.
    8. Costs: Each party must pay its own costs connected with the formation of this Agreement and (unless otherwise explicitly stated) performance of any obligations or exercise of any rights under this Agreement.
    9. Further Assurance: Each party must promptly at its own cost do all things (including executing and if necessary delivering all documents) necessary or desirable to give full effect to this Agreement.
    10. Dispute Resolution: Before commencing any legal proceedings, the parties must, in good faith:
      1. attempt to settle or resolve any dispute arising in connection with this Agreement by negotiation; and
      2. failing settlement or resolution of the dispute, consider alternative dispute resolution processes, including mediation, expert determination and arbitration.

      This clause does not prevent a party from exercising a right pursuant to the terms of this Agreement (for example the right to suspend or terminate) or seeking urgent equitable relief before an appropriate court.

    11. Governing Law and Jurisdiction: The law of the Australian Capital Territory governs this Agreement and the parties submit to the non-exclusive jurisdiction of the courts of the Australian Capital Territory and of the Commonwealth of Australia.

 

APPENDIX 1 – PSMA Predictive Address Verification API

The PSMA Predictive Address Verification API is a PSMA API which allows developers to build applications which search PSMA Address Data to find candidate addresses based on progressive user input and return fully parsed data associated with a selected address.

PSMA Data used by API: PSMA Address Data which is Australian address Data held by PSMA and includes the most up-to-date geocoded addresses received by PSMA Australia from the state and territory governments of Australia.

Transaction means each display, in response to a request made through the PSMA Predictive Address Verification API, of fully parsed address details from PSMA Address Data associated with a selected address.

Open Data Notification Required: No

 

APPENDIX 2 – BETA PSMA Buildings API

The Buildings API is a simple, easy to use RESTful API that enables developers to make exciting new websites, web-forms, mobile and desktop apps with detailed information on the Australian built environment.

PSMA Data used by API: The Buildings API uses data from the buildings layer of Geoscape in addition to PSMA Address Data which is Australian address Data held by PSMA and includes the most up-to-date geocoded addresses received by PSMA Australia from the state and territory governments of Australia. Please note that because this API provides access to Geoscape PSMA Data, You must ensure that End Users of any Application you create using this API are bound by the End User Terms of Use or substantially equivalent terms included in Your own Application terms of use (see clause 9.5 for full details of Your obligations).

Open Data Notification Required: Yes, but PSMA notes that this is covered in the End User Terms of Use which are required because this API allows access to Geoscape PSMA Data (see clause 9.5 for details).

 

APPENDIX 3 – BETA PSMA Addresses API

The Addresses API is a simple, easy to use RESTful API that enables developers to make exciting new websites, web-forms, mobile and desktop apps with detailed information on Australian addresses.

PSMA Data used by API: The Addresses API uses:

  • PSMA Address Data, which is Australian address Data held by PSMA and includes the most up-to-date geocoded addresses received by PSMA Australia from the state and territory governments of Australia;
  • Administrative Boundaries data; and
  • PSMA Building ID data which can be used in conjunction with Geoscape or the PSMA Buildings API to link building information for an address.

Open Data Notification Required: No

 

APPENDIX 4 – BETA PSMA Properties API

The Properties API is a simple, easy to use RESTful API that enables developers to make exciting new websites, web-forms, mobile and desktop apps with detailed information on Australian properties and cadastres.

PSMA Data used by API: The Properties API uses:

  • Data from the property and cadastre layer of Cadlite in addition to PSMA Address Data which is Australian address Data held by PSMA and includes the most up-to-date geocoded addresses received by PSMA Australia from the state and territory governments of Australia
  • PSMA Building ID data which can be used in conjunction with Geoscape or the PSMA Buildings API to link building information for a property.

Open Data Notification Required: No

 

APPENDIX 5 – PSMA Buildings API

The Buildings API is a simple, easy to use RESTful API that enables developers to make exciting new websites, web-forms, mobile and desktop apps with detailed information on the Australian built environment.

PSMA Data used by API: The Buildings API uses data from the buildings layer of Geoscape in addition to PSMA Address Data which is Australian address Data held by PSMA and includes the most up-to-date geocoded addresses received by PSMA Australia from the state and territory governments of Australia. Please note that because this API provides access to Geoscape PSMA Data, You must ensure that End Users of any Application you create using this API are bound by the End User Terms of Use or substantially equivalent terms included in Your own Application terms of use (see clause 9.5 for full details of Your obligations).

In relation to the PSMA Buildings API, Transaction should be read as Data (e.g. ‘Transaction usage and pricing information’ should be read as ‘Data usage and pricing information’) and means to the PSMA Data attributes delivered via the PSMA Buildings API.

Transaction means each display, in response to a request made through the PSMA Predictive Address Verification API, of fully parsed address details from PSMA Address Data associated with a selected address.

Open Data Notification Required: Yes, but PSMA notes that this is covered in the End User Terms of Use which are required because this API allows access to Geoscape PSMA Data (see clause 9.5 for details).

 

APPENDIX 6 – PSMA Addresses API

The Addresses API is a simple, easy to use RESTful API that enables developers to make exciting new websites, web-forms, mobile and desktop apps with detailed information on Australian addresses.

PSMA Data used by API: The Addresses API:

  • PSMA Address Data, which is Australian address Data held by PSMA and includes the most up-to-date geocoded addresses received by PSMA Australia from the state and territory governments of Australia;
  • Administrative Boundaries data; and
  • PSMA Building ID data which can be used in conjunction with Geoscape or the PSMA Buildings API to link building information for an address.

In relation to the PSMA Buildings API, Transaction should be read as Data (e.g. ‘Transaction usage and pricing information’ should be read as ‘Data usage and pricing information’) and means to the PSMA Data attributes delivered via the PSMA Addresses API.

Open Data Notification Required: No