These Terms (and, if applicable, the EULA), together with all policies and agreements referred to therein, constitute the entire agreement between you and Dispel concerning their subject matter and supersede all prior or contemporaneous representations, discussions, proposals, negotiations, conditions, agreements and communications, whether oral or written, relating to such subject matter and all past courses of dealing or industry custom. If any provision of these Terms or, if applicable, the EULA, is held to be unlawful, void or for any reason unenforceable, then that provision shall be deemed severable from these Terms or the EULA, as applicable, and shall not affect the validity and enforceability of any remaining provisions. You may not assign, transfer or sublicense any or all of your rights or obligations under these Terms or, if applicable, the EULA, without our express prior written consent, and any such assignment, transfer or sublicense shall be void. We may assign, transfer or sublicense any or all of our rights or obligations under these Terms or the EULA without restriction. Neither these Terms nor, if applicable, the EULA, create or shall be construed to create any partnership, joint venture, employer-employee, agency or franchisor-franchisee relationship between you and Dispel. No waiver by either party of any breach or default under these Terms, or, if applicable, the EULA, will be deemed to be a waiver of any preceding or subsequent breach or default. Without limitation, a printed version of these Terms or the EULA and of any notice given in electronic form shall be admissible in judicial or administrative proceedings based upon or relating to these Terms or the EULA to the same extent and subject to the same conditions as other business documents and records originally generated and maintained in printed form. Dispel will not be responsible for any failure to fulfill any obligation due to any cause beyond its control, including without limitation due to acts of God, natural disasters, shortage of supplies (including but not limited to electronic or digital service suppliers), transportation difficulties, labor disputes, riots, war, fire and epidemics.