Due to some external dependencies, FlashTrack does not have a common single license. The AForge.NET components are LGPL v3 licensed. The DotNetBar components are licensed under the DotNetBar Component license for royalty free distribution with FlashTrack only. Additionally certain portions of the activation code are licensed from wyDay, LLC. The rest of FlashTrack falls under the FlashTrack v1 license.
For information pertaining to the DotNetBar Component license please visit the devcomponents.com website. For information pertaining to the activation code license please visit the wyday.com website.
Both the FlashTrack and LGPL licenses' text is provided below.
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The installation and use of this FlashTrack software program is limited to the person or organization that has a direct working relationship with Facility Results Corporation. The person or organization that installs, uses, copies, or distributes this software must have this direct working relationship with B Rupert LLC. The person or entity must work exclusively with Facility Results Corporation for the purpose of collecting data about your organization’s electrical system to conduct electrical engineering studies. The use of the results from these studies , rendering, or compilation of this software to the benefit of other parties not affiliated directly with your organization or Facility Results Corporation is strictly prohibited. Copying this software, distribution of the outputs and renderings provided by this software is strictly prohibited without the written consent of Facility Results Corporation. Violations of this agreement will result in prosecution within the full extent of the law. For more information regarding this agreement you may call (888) 762-0090. The FlashTrack Name, FlashTrack Software, the software concept, FlashTrack Logos and trademarks are the property of Facility Results Corporation. All Rights Reserved.
To provide FlashTrack, Facility Results Corporation collects certain information about you. Facility Results Corporation may also automatically upload information about your computer, your use of FlashTrack, and FlashTrack performance. Facility Results Corporation does everything in its power to protect this information. Facility Results Corporation may access or disclose information about you, including the content of your communications, in order to (a) comply with the law or respond to lawful requests or legal process, (b) protect the rights or property of Facility Results Corporation or our customers, including the enforcement of our agreements or policies governing your use of FlashTrack, or (c) act on a good faith belief that such access or disclosure is necessary to protect the personal safety of Facility Results Corporation employees, customers, or the public.
FlashTrack is provided through a private computer network that Facility Results Corporation operates for the benefit of itself and its customers. Facility Results Corporation retains the right to block or otherwise prevent delivery of any type of email or other communication to or from FlashTrack as part of our efforts to protect the service, protect our customers, or stop you from violating these terms. The technology or other means Facility Results Corporation uses may hinder or otherwise affect your use of FlashTrack.
FlashTrack requires activation and requires a key to install and access it. You are only permitted to activate FlashTrack if you were explicitly given a key from Facility Results Corporation. Not all users are provided with the same number of keys. You are responsible for the use of any keys assigned to you. You may not resell, share, assign, or otherwise transfer keys. Key activation is monitored. Facility Results Corporation reserves the right to suspend or terminate your FlashTrack license, without any notice or obligation to you, if Facility Results Corporation detects suspicious activity related to keys or activations. Facility Results Corporation reserves the right to determnin in its sole discretion whether an activity constitutes suspicious activity. Suspicious activity could include, but is not limited to, keys being activated in geographic regions that are different from the geographic location of where your company is located, performing large amounts of re-activations, and other similar activities. B Rupert, may deactivate or otherwise limit your keys when your license expires. Deactivated keys will not be able to activate FlashTrack.
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