Your use of the International Baccalaureate information system (IBIS) is subject to all the terms and conditions under section 1, and to the following additional terms and conditions:
IBIS provides administrative functions and information related to the organization's examination sessions. Access to this site is strictly limited to authorized users who have been allocated login credentials by the IB Organization upon verification of their entitlement to such functions and information.
Every possible effort is made by the IB Organization to protect the confidentiality, integrity and availability of IBIS. However you also have a personal obligation to help protect the security of the data for which you are responsible within this site. Your use of IBIS constitutes recognition of that obligation and agreement to the following terms.
You must make every reasonable effort to keep the computer(s) you use to access IBIS as secure as possible. This includes, but is not limited to:
You are advised and warned that all activity on IBIS is monitored and logged. Your use of IBIS constitutes consent to such monitoring and logging. Access to IBIS may be withdrawn from you as a user if you are suspected of abusing this site and an immediate investigation will be carried out. The IB Organization will take action against you, either disciplinary or legal or both, and against all individuals who attempt to compromise the security of this site.
When accessing any part of IBIS you may not attempt to:
If you breach any of these terms, the IB Organization reserves the right to withdraw your user account at any time and to initiate an immediate investigation. Therefore your ability to access IBIS will be suspended and possibly terminated.
Notwithstanding article 1.13 of these terms and conditions, all disputes arising from or in connection with the use of IBIS shall be finally settled by one arbitrator in accordance with the Rules of Arbitration of the Chamber of Commerce and Industry of Geneva. The seat of the arbitration shall be Geneva, Switzerland. The proceedings shall be confidential and the language of the arbitration shall be English.