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An important note; Alcoholism.org has the right to modify and update the user agreement at any time. Users are bound to adhere to these modifications, terms, and updates. As a user, you agree to review the terms and conditions of Alcoholism.org.
Alcoholism.org is designed for personal use and is not a commercial website. All content on the website (videos, pictures, photos, writing) is protected by copyright under the United States and international copyright laws; all content on the website is owned and operated by the party crediting the content of the website. You are not allowed to publish, replace, modify, sell, create, exploit, or display the content of Alcoholism.org in any way. If you wish to do so you must have the crediting party’s permission.
When using Alcoholism.org you acknowledge that you’re using the website and its contents at your own risk. Alcoholism.org is not responsible for any damages that result from inaccuracies, mistakes, errors, or interruptions. Alcoholism.org and its employees are not responsible for any direct, indirect, incidental, punitive, special, or consequential damages.
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Alcoholism.org works hard to ensure that information is accurate, up-to-date, and error-free. While information is edited and reviewed by professionals, content is not always perfect and there may be inaccuracies at times. Using Alcoholism.org you acknowledge that these inaccuracies can occur.
Under the law, you understand that Alcoholism.org is not responsible for indirect, direct, consequential, punitive, incidental, or special damages that result from the inability or use to use this website’s material. Use of material includes relying on the material, errors within the material, defects, mistakes, deletion of web pages or files, disabling displays, non-delivering information, use of data, warranty, or otherwise stated information. If a user has issues with the website and its content it’s up to the user to stop accessing the website’s content.
As a user of Alcoholism.org, you assume the cost of all necessary servicing, repairs, correction caused or related to harm, damage, malfunctioning, or injury associated with the use of Alcoholism.org. Alcoholism.org’s owners, partners, and employees don’t assume liability.
Alcoholism.org complies with applicable provisions within the Digital Millennium Copyright Act (DMCA). If there are claims about the use of copyrighted content you are to reach out to the party responsible for filing that claim.
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Choice of Law and Forum
The terms and services are being carried out under Missouri law. The content within the agreement is to be governed by the laws of Missouri, enforced by Missouri regulations, and constructed by the state of Missouri. If there are any legal disputes or litigations they are to be served and processed in Missouri.
The Terms and Service constitute the entire user and owner agreement. If one section of the agreement is deemed unlawful it will have no bearing on the rest of the Terms and Service.