TERMS AND CONDITIONS

Read about Moonhack's terms and conditions

Moonhack is a campaign owned and organised by Code Club Australia and the Telstra Foundation and is therefore under the same Terms and Conditions. These can be found here.

All participants of Moonhack are protected under the Telstra Foundation Privacy Policy available here.

Copyright

This website and all materials presented in it are subject to copyright. Unless stated otherwise, all material on this web site is the copyright of Code Club Australia and the Telstra Foundation.

We need to make sure that we protect the unique identity of Moonhack and Code Club Australia (our “brand”) and to ensure that when people see the Code Club Australia or Moonhack name or logo, they know it is being used for genuine products, events or services. We want to help you to make fair use of our name and logo so we have prepared some guidelines which explain which kinds of uses are acceptable.

 

1. When can I use the Moonhack logo?

You may only use the Moonhack:

To refer to or describe Moonhack events or services

If you use the Moonhack logo on a website, the logo must link to our website at:

http://www.moonhack.com and http://ww.moonhack.com.au

 

2. When can’t I use the Moonhack logo?

You may not:

(i) use the Moonhack logo or brand as part of your company name, company logo or product name;

(ii) use the Moonhack logo or brand as part of the domain name for your website;

(iii) use the Moonhack logo or brand in a way that creates a false impression that your product or business is endorsed, sponsored by or associated with Code Club Australia, it’s affliate organisations or the Moonhack campaign;

(iv)manufacture, sell or give away any items of merchanidise bearing the Moonhack logo and brand, such as T-shirts, caps, pens, stickers, mugs etc. (unless you have a separate express written trademark licence from us);

(v) use the Moonhack and Code Club Australia logo and brand in a way that shows Moonhack or Code Club Australia or events or services in a false or derogatory light;

(vi) use a name or logo which is similar to the Moonhack logo or brand that it may confuse or mislead people into thinking that your business, products or services originate from or are associated with Moonhack or Code Club Australia;

(vii) use the Moonhack name, brand or logo which are similar to them in a way that will damage our brand or reputation; or

(ix) try to pass off your business, products or services as associated with Moonhack or Code Club Australia and/or damage our goodwill in any way.

 

3. What other restrictions apply to the use of Moonhack?

Code Club Australia and Moonhack are our property. You may not apply or register the Moonhack name, brand or logo, whether by themselves or in combination with other words, images or devices, as trademarks, designs or copyright works, or any similar or analogous rights anywhere in the world.

 

4. Can we use other aspects of your trading style?

You may not use our slogans or tag lines or website design, logos, or other aspects of the “get-up” which we may use from time to time. This includes using anything which is confusingly similar.

By making any use of the Moonhack brand, you acknowledge that we are the sole owner of the Moonhack brand and logo and you do not have and will not seek to assert any rights or interest whatsoever in the Moonhack brand or logo or the goodwill in them.

We reserve all of our rights, including the right to take steps to stop any use of the Moonhack name, brand or logo which does not comply with the rules set out above or which otherwise violate, diminish or adversely affect our rights. You acknowledge that you will stop or take down your use of the Moonhack brand, name or logo if we ask you to do so.

 

Moonhack Projects

You may download, display, print and reproduce this material in unaltered form only (retaining this notice) for your personal, non-commercial use or use within your organisation provided acknowledgement of the source of the material is made.

We welcome use of our online materials by researchers, media, students and educators, with appropriate acknowledgement.

Permission is not granted to make a copy of the whole or of a part of the work where a charge is made for making and supplying that copy, unless the amount of the charge does not exceed the cost of making and supplying that copy.

Apart from use permitted under the Commonwealth Copyright Act 1968 all other rights are reserved. You may link to these web pages but the content may not be altered. We do not permit any part of our web site to be displayed within frames on third party web sites.

Acceptable Use

The following behaviour will not be tolerated and we will remove offending content and block the contributor:

  • comments which are defamatory, offensive, obscene, vulgar or depicting violence
  • acting in a manner which is abusive, harassing, stalking, threatening or attacking others
  • language that is hateful, targets race, ethnicity, sexual orientation, religion, gender, nationality and/or political beliefs
  • spamming
  • commercial solicitation or solicitation of donations
  • trolling or deliberately disrupting discussion
  • violations of any intellectual property rights
  • content encouraging illegal activity
  • Your use of any social media platform is subject to the terms and conditions of that site. These terms are conditions are not under our control.

Disclaimer

Code Club Australia endeavours to assure the quality, accuracy and currency of the information on this web site. However changes in circumstances may mean some of the content becomes out of date.

Before relying on information provided on this web site it is suggested you check its currency with relevant research agencies.

While care is taken in selection links to other websites, links provided to other sites are provided for your convenience and do not constitute endorsement of the information at those sites. Code Club Australia accepts no responsibility for material contained in any site that it linked to from this web site.

Posts by other users to our social media accounts do not reflect the opinions or policies of Code Club Australia. The views expressed by individuals are those of the individual contributor.

Code Club Australia will not have any liability for any physical injury or economic loss arising as a result of use or reliance on any information, instructions or materials on this web site.

 

MOONHACK MAKER KIT and MOONHACK MICRO:BIT COMPETITION TERMS AND CONDITIONS

As part of Moonhack 2020, we’re giving away a $3000 Maker Kit to your school, library or Code Club, and Micro:Bit education kit, thanks to our partners at the Telstra Foundation. In order to enter this competition you must be:

  • Based in Australia
  • A registered Code Club
  • Registered for Moonhack 2020
  • Share your participation in Moonhack on social media with the #moonhack and tag @codeclubaus.

Please ensure you have the permission of anyone in your photo before posting. If you win, Code Club may ask you to write a blog, or social media post about your experience.

There will be two winners, both chosen at random. The competition period starts on April 6th 2020. The Micro:Bit kit winner will be chosen on the 11th May 2020, and the product shipped that week (in order to use it during Moonhack). The winner of the Maker Kit will be chosen on the 1st June. The Maker Kit will be in the form of a voucher to a STEM education company. The winner will be contacted via their social media channel which they used to enter.

This competition will be shared on social media channels, including Facebook, Twitter and LinkedIn. This competition is in no way sponsored, endorsed or administered by, or associated with these social media channels.