GSMA recognises that mobile phone fraud & theft is an issue of public policy concern for network operators, consumers and regulatory authorities. To meet the increased challenges posed by the apparent increase in mobile phone theft levels in some jurisdictions, GSMA supports and regularly enhances the provision of stolen handsetdatasharingservicesvia its IMEI Database and collaborates with stakeholders to demonstrate the ability of all stakeholders to work together to combat handset theft. Specifically,GSMA grants web based lookup facilities to a range of third parties (referred to below as "You") who demonstrate an interest and commitment to combating handset theft levels and who agree to the terms of this Agreement.
The IMEI (International Mobile Equipment Identifier) Database application provides functionality to support read only access to lost or stolen handset data, the IMEI Black List, to assist with combating handset theft. GSMA is prepared to grant access to the Database and a non-exclusive licence to use certain information contained in the Database on the terms set out below and You agree to be bound by those terms. In consideration for access to the Database You acknowledge and accept that access to the Database is subject to the following terms and conditions:
You indemnify and hold the GSMA and/or Operators harmless, against any claims or actions (including reasonable costs) arising from or related to any action or omission by You under this Agreement.
GSMA Ltd., ("GSMA") working with cellular operators ("Operators") and other agencies, provides lost or stolen device data sharing services ("Device Check") in order to help combat device theft. GSMA grants web access to Device Check to a range of agencies who are duly authorised by applicable laws to enforce laws or investigate crimes (collectively referred to as "Law Enforcement Agencies") and who agree to the terms of this Agreement.
Device Check contains information about stolen devices identified by IMEI ("International Mobile Equipment Identifier"), MEID ("Mobile Equipment Identity"), or ESN ("Electronic Serial Number"), collectively ("Device Identity Numbers") which have been provided to GSMA by Operator licensors. Information returned to a Subscriber (as defined below) may include:
GSMA is prepared to grant access to Device Check and a non-exclusive licence to use such information on the terms set out below. You represent and warrant that you are a person who is duly employed and authorised by a legitimate Law Enforcement Agency to bind such Law Enforcement Agency upon the terms and conditions set forth below ("You") and accordingly, in consideration for access to Device Check, You agree to be bound by these terms on Your behalf and on behalf of the Law Enforcement Agency you represent.
You indemnify and hold GSMA,its licensors and the Operators harmless, against any claims or actions (including reasonable costs) arising from or related to any action or omission by You under this Agreement.