Thank you for your response.
The contract is a valid contract and would be enforceable as written.
A couple of suggestions. First, there is a typo in the very beginning where you say "you refers to the affiliate" the word YOU should be in quotation marks.
Second, the limitation of liability, Section 11, " We will not be liable for indirect, special, or consequential damages (or any loss of revenue, profits, or data) arising in connection with this Agreement or the Program," You should add in after "the program" or "use of any of our links or computer coding" just to make it clear.
Other than those two things it is fine.
The only other things you can consider, you have that the law and venue is CA, you could use arbitration
instead of the courts if you choose, but that is a choice that is up to you and some companies find arbitration cheaper than litigation
and it can be faster. Also, you might want to have a breach of contract
provision providing for damages they would owe you and also for attorney's fees if you have to sue them for breach.
Aside from those things it is fine.
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