Below you will find my methodology and findings.
The pages I saw that hint at this arrangement are as follows:
In addition, section 5.d. (Other Legal Terms >Representations and Warranties) of this page contains the following statement, which indicate that Noon Pacific's white label clients have their own Terms of Service:
"You have the right to distribute and make available your app to end users thereof, and your app and end users' use of your app in compliance with your app's terms of service (if any), does not and will not infringe or violate the rights of any third party or any applicable law, rule or regulation."
Noon Pacific is a California-based company that curates music. Through its White Label API, Noon Pacific offers a less complicated way of starting a curated music app.
The "Your Obligations" section of this page contains the following statement, which indicate that the licensee prepares its own terms and conditions:
"As a White Label Website licensee, you hereby agree that you shall ensure that your customers agree to terms and conditions similar to the provisions contained in the Company's Terms of Service."
Based in Greater Manchester, Mobelio is a company that offers a platform for mobile marketing.
3. MicroStrategy's White Label Service Terms and Conditions
Section 10 (End User Terms) of this page contains the following statements, which indicate that white label clients will draw up their own terms of service and privacy policies:
"You will enter into binding and enforceable agreements with each End User, including terms of service and privacy policies, that govern such user’s access to and use of the White Label Application and any content contained therein (the “White Label Policies”). The White Label Policies must be consistent with the terms of this Agreement, must comply with all applicable Platform Policies, and must at a minimum meet the following requirements..."
Known for its enterprise software platforms, MicroStrategy is a company based in Virginia.
4. Pressed White-Label Hosted Platform - Agreement
Pressed is a company offering white-label managed Wordpress hosting services.
Apart from these pages, I saw an article where the author, a lawyer at law firm Flaster Greenberg, prepared a white label agreement that he hopes will serve as a model contract between white label platform providers and crowdfunding portals. The post is a bit dated considering it was published in November 2014, but the model agreement, particularly the section "Responsibility for Operation of Portal," contains the following statements, which indicate that the white label customer will be responsible for its own terms and policies and for all content on its portal:
"The parties agree that Customer, and not Company, is solely responsible for the operation of the Portal. The role of Company is only to provide the Platform and the Services. Company does not act as a fiduciary, business or legal advisor, or co-venturer. Customer is solely responsible for ensuring that the Portal is operated in accordance with applicable laws, for monitoring the content displayed on the Portal, and for establishing the terms of its relationships with users of the Portal. Company is not responsible for any information or content displayed on or transmitted through the Portal."
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