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You can only use Psychology-Writing.com if you are at least 18 years of age. You represent and guarantee that you are no less than 18 years old by using Psychology-Writing.com’s website and agreeing to its terms and conditions.
Website’s Usage License
Psychology-Writing.com and/or its licensors own the materials used on Psychology-Writing.com and the intellectual property rights published on its website unless stated otherwise. All these intellectual property rights are reserved, depending on the license below.
You may download for caching purposes only, print, and view files, pages, or other content from the website, for your personal use, regulated by the restrictions below and in other parts of these terms and conditions.
You are not allowed to:
- Rent, sub-license, or sell the website’s material;
- Exploit this website’s material for a commercial purpose (including copying, reproduction, duplicating, etc.);
- Redistribute content from this website other than the material expressly and specifically made available for redistribution;
- Republish this website’s content in neither digital nor print documents or media anywhere, including other websites;
- Demonstrate any of the website’s material in public;
- Use screenscrapers or iframes to reproduce or republish any part of Psychology-Writing.com;
- Modify any of the website’s content (including editing).
You may redistribute the material specifically made available for redistribution only within your organization.
Acceptable Use Policy
You may only use Psychology-Writing.com in a way that doesn’t or may not cause impairment of the website’s accessibility or availability or damage to Psychology-Writing.com or only in a way that is legal, lawful, harmless, and not fraudulent, and is not in connection with any illegal, unlawful, fraudulent or harmful activity or purpose.
You are not allowed to use Psychology-Writing.com to store, transmit, use, distribute, copy, host, send or publish any content which is linked to or consists of any malicious computer software such as computer virus, worm, rootkit, spyware, Trojan horse, and keystroke logger.
You are not allowed to conduct any automated or systematic data collection activities on or concerning Psychology-Writing.com without our express written consent.
- Data mining
- Data harvesting
- Article “Spinning”
- Data extraction
- “framing” (iframes).
You are not allowed to use Psychology-Writing.com or any part of it to send or transmit unsolicited commercial communications.
You are not allowed to use Psychology-Writing.com for any marketing-related purposes without our express written consent.
Restricted Access Information
Some of the website’s areas have restricted access. We reserve the right to keep the access to certain areas of Psychology-Writing.com restricted, or at our discretion, the entire Psychology-Writing.com website. Psychology-Writing.com may modify or change this policy with no notice.
You must ensure that the password and user ID for enabling you to access the website’s restricted areas or other content are kept confidential if you were provided with ones by Psychology-Writing.com. You are the only one who is responsible for your user ID and password security.
Psychology-Writing.com may disable your password and User ID at our sole discretion with no explanation or notice.
“Your user materials” in these terms and conditions stands for the content that you upload on Psychology-Writing.com, for whatever purpose. It includes, without limitation, images, video material, text, audio material, and audio-visual material.
You grant to Psychology-Writing.com an irrevocable, royalty-free, worldwide, non-exclusive license to reproduce, publish, distribute, use, translate, and adapt your user materials in any future or existing media. You also grant Psychology-Writing.com the right to bring an action of infringement of these rights and the right to sub-license these rights.
Your user materials must be lawful and legal, must not be capable of giving rise to legal action against Psychology-Writing.com or a third party or you in each case under any applicable law, and must not infringe the legal rights of any third party.
You are not allowed to submit any user materials to Psychology-Writing.com that has ever been or is the subject of any complaints such as actual or threatened legal proceedings.
We reserve the right to remove or edit any materials stored on the serves of this website, or uploaded to Psychology-Writing.com, or published or hosted upon this website.
Psychology-Writing.com’s rights under these terms and conditions regarding user materials do not undertake to monitor the publication of user materials or the submission of such content to this website.
Psychology-Writing.com is provided “as is” without any warranties or representations, implied or express. Psychology-Writing.com does not make any warranties or representations regarding this website or the materials and information provided on this website.
Without limiting the generality of the foregoing paragraph, Psychology-Writing.com makes no warranty that:
- This website’s information is true, non-misleading, complete, or accurate;
- The constant availability of this website or its availability at all.
No parts of this website are meant to constitute or constitute any kind of advice. You can consult an appropriate professional if you require advice regarding any medical, legal, or financial matter.
Whether under the law of torts, the law of contact, or otherwise, Psychology-Writing.com will not be liable to you regarding the use of, or the contents of, or otherwise in relation with, this website:
- For any special, consequential, or indirect loss;
- To the extent that Psychology-Writing.com is provided free-of-charge, for any direct loss; or
- For loss of revenue, anticipated savings, profits, or income, any business losses, loss of goodwill or reputation, loss of business relationships or contracts, or corruption or loss of data or information.
Even if Psychology-Writing.com has been advised of the potential loss expressly, these liability limitations still apply.
No parts of this website disclaimer will limit or exclude any guarantee implied by law that it would not be lawful to limit or exclude. Also, no parts of the disclaimer of this website will limit or exclude the liability of Psychology-Writing.com regarding any:
- The case that it would not be lawful or legal for Psychology-Writing.com to limit or exclude, or to purport or attempt to limit or exclude, its liability;
- Personal injury or death caused by the negligence of PsychologyWriting.com or its owners/shareholders, employees, or agents;
- Fraudulent misrepresentations or fraud on the part of Psychology-Writing.com.
Reasonableness of Agreement
You agree that the limitations and exclusions of liability stated in the disclaimer of this website are reasonable by using this website.
You must not use Psychology-Writing.com if you do not agree with their reasonableness.
Other Parties Policy
You agree with the fact that Psychology-Writing.com, as a limited liability entity, is interested in limiting its employees’ and officers’ personal liability. You agree with the fact that you will not file any claim personally against the employees or officers of Psychology-Writing.com regarding any losses you face connected with the website.
Without limitation to the previous paragraph, you accept that the liability and warranties limitations stated in this disclaimer of the website will protect Psychology-Writing.com’s employees, sub-contractors, subsidiaries, assigns, officers, agents, and successors as well as Psychology-Writing.com.
In case any provision of the disclaimer of this website is found to be or is unenforceable under applicable law, the enforceability of the other provisions of the disclaimer of this website will not be affected by that.
You indemnify Psychology-Writing.com and undertake to keep Psychology-Writing.com indemnified against any damages, liabilities, losses, expenses, and costs suffered or incurred by Psychology-Writing.com originating from any claim that you have breached any of these terms and conditions’ provisions or originating from any breach by you of any provisions of these terms and conditions. It includes without limitations any amounts paid by Psychology-Writing.com to a third-party settlement of a dispute or a claim on the advice of Psychology-Writing.com’s legal advisers and legal expenses.
These Terms and Conditions’ Breaches
Without limitation of Psychology-Writing.com’s other rights under these terms and conditions, Psychology-Writing.com may take actions that Psychology-Writing.com considers appropriate for dealing with the breach if you breach these terms and conditions in any way. It includes prohibiting you from accessing the website, reaching out to your internet provider requesting to block your access to Psychology-Writing.com, suspending you from accessing Psychology-Writing.com, taking legal actions against you, blocking devices using your IP address from accessing Psychology-Writing.com.
Psychology-Writing.com may occasionally correct these terms and conditions. Revised terms and conditions will apply to this website’s use from the time of the publication of the revised terms and conditions on Psychology-Writing.com. We encourage you to check this page from time to time to make sure you are familiar with the latest version.
We may deal with Psychology-Writing.com’s obligations and/or rights under these terms and conditions without having to obtain your consent or notify you. It includes sub-contracting and transferring.
You are not allowed to sub-contract, transfer, or deal with your obligations and/or rights under these terms and conditions in any way.
The other provisions will continue in effect in case one of these terms and conditions’ provision is determined to be unenforceable and/or unlawful by any competent authority such as court. The part of any unenforceable and/or unlawful provision will be deleted if it would be enforceable and lawful if this part were deleted, and the rest of the provision will continue in effect.
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Jurisdiction and Law
Psychology-Writing.com’s terms and conditions will be construed and governed in compliance with the laws, and the courts’ exclusive jurisdiction will determine any disputes connected with them.