Doorframe and Export Controls

Doorframe.io and the information you upload may be subject to US export control laws, including U.S. Export Administration Regulations (the EAR).

Although we've provided the following information below for your convenience, it is ultimately your responsibility to ensure that your use of Doorframe's products and services complies with all applicable laws and regulations, including US export control laws.

Doorframe.io

Under our Terms of Service, users may only access and use Doorframe.io in compliance with applicable law, including U.S. export control and sanctions laws.

Users are responsible for ensuring that the content they develop and share on Doorframe.io complies with the U.S. export control laws, including the EAR and the U.S. International Traffic in Arms Regulations (ITAR). The cloud-hosted service offering available at Doorframe.io has not been audited for compliance with ITAR or other export controls, and does not currently offer the ability to restrict repository access by country.

Doorframe.io may not be used for purposes prohibited under relevant export control laws, including purposes related to the development, production, or use of nuclear, biological, or chemical weapons or long range missiles or unmanned aerial vehicles.

Doorframe may allow users in or ordinarily resident in jurisdictions subject to U.S. sanctions to access certain Doorframe.io services pursuant to authorizations issued by the Office of Foreign Assets Controls (OFAC). Persons in and residents of these jurisdictions are prohibited from using IP proxies, VPNs, or other methods to disguise their location when accessing Doorframe services and may only use Doorframe for non-commercial, personal communications.

Specially Designated Nationals (SDNs) and other denied or blocked parties under U.S. and other applicable law are prohibited from accessing or using Doorframe.io. Users may not use Doorframe.io for or on behalf of such parties, including the Governments of sanctioned countries.