PLEASE READ THESE SUPPLEMENTAL TERMS OF USE CAREFULLY BEFORE INSTALLING OR USING HISTORY VAULT. A&E Television Networks, LLC and/or one of its subsidiaries or affiliated companies (collectively, “A+E” or “we” or “us”) owns, operates, licenses and/or provides History Vault, which includes the software comprising the History Vault App and the content (the “Content”) made available through the History Vault App. You agree that both your access to and use of History Vault is governed by:

Notice to residents of Canada:

By clicking “install”, you consent to the installation of History Vault and to any future updates/upgrades. You are also acknowledging that you understand that History Vault and any future updates/upgrades will/may perform the functions and require the following permissions:

  • Temporary read/write access to device storage
  • Reporting of system information, IP address, playback location, crash reports and usage data

You may withdraw your consent at any time by deleting or uninstalling History Vault. If you require assistance, contact watchapp@aenetworks.com or A+E Networks, 235 E 45th Street, New York, NY 10017.

The laws of some provinces of Canada (such as Quebec) may grant you rights that are different from those set out in the A&E Networks Terms of Use. In the event that those laws apply (such as in Quebec), you agree that any provisions in the A&E Networks Terms of Use that are prohibited under the laws of your province of residence will be severed in accordance with Section 17. If Section 12 is severed, you agree that A+E shall only be liable for those statutory warranties and conditions expressly required by applicable provincial law in your province of residence. If Section 13 is severed, you agree that A+E shall only be liable for any damages for breach of a statutory warranty or condition that may not be disclaimed and, for residents of Quebec only, any other damages for the consequences of A+E’s own acts.  If Section 15 is severed, you agree that you will bring all of your claims in the superior court of justice in your province of residence within the limitation period applicable in your province of residence.


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Updated: May 4, 2016