Southern California Psychiatric Society (www.socalpsych.org)
TERMS AND CONDITIONS OF USE
SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA PSYCHIATRIC SOCIETY WEB SITES
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8. User Obligations. You warrant that you will abide by all applicable local, state, national and international laws and regulations with respect to your use of the SCPS Web sites and not interfere with the use and enjoyment of the SCPS Web sites by other users or with SCPS’s operation and management of the SCPS Web sites. You will, at all times, provide true, accurate, current, authorized, and complete information when submitting information or materials on the SCPS Web sites, including, without limitation, information required to be provided through an SCPS Web site registration form. If any false, inaccurate, untrue, unauthorized or incomplete information is submitted by you, SCPS reserves the right to terminate your access and use of the SCPS Web sites. You warrant that you will not impersonate any other person or entity, whether actual or fictitious, when using the SCPS Web sites, or defame or otherwise harm any party, including SCPS, through your use of the SCPS Web sites.
9. Proprietary Rights. The content of the SCPS Web sites includes, without limitation, (i) SCPS’s trademarks, service marks, seal, logos, brands, and brand names, trade dress and trade names and other distinctive identification (collectively “SCPS Marks”); and (ii) information, data, materials, interfaces, computer code, databases, products, services, software applications and tools, text, images, photographs, audio and video material, and artwork, and (iii) the design, structure, selection, compilation, assembly, coordination, expression, functionalities, applications, look and feel, and arrangement of any content contained in or available through the SCPS Web sites (the items identified in subsections (i) (ii) and (iii) shall be collectively referred to herein as “SCPS Content”). SCPS Content is the property of the SCPS, its licensors, sponsors, partners, advertisers, content providers or other third parties and is protected by law including, but not limited to, United States copyright, trade secret, patent, and trademark law, as well as other state, national and international laws, treaties and regulations. The reproduction, transmission, distribution, sale, publication, broadcast, circulation or dissemination of any SCPS Content by you, or by you through any other person or entity, is prohibited unless express written consent is separately obtained from the SCPS or the owner of such content if the SCPS is not the owner. Any use of the SCPS Marks without SCPS’s express written consent is strictly prohibited. You may not alter, delete, obscure or conceal any copyright or other notices appearing in the SCPS Content, including any such notices appearing on any SCPS Content you are permitted to download, transmit, display, print, or reproduce from the SCPS Web sites.
10. Responsibility for Use of the Internet and SCPS Web sites. Use of the Internet and the SCPS Web sites is solely at your risk and is subject to all applicable local, state, national and international laws and regulations. SCPS does not guarantee the confidentiality or security of any communication or other material transmitted to or from the SCPS Web sites over the Internet or other communication network. SCPS shall not be obligated to correct or update the SCPS Web sites or the SCPS Content and SCPS shall not be liable for omissions, typographical errors, or out-of-date information which may appear on the SCPS Web sites.
11. Medical Disclaimer. The SCPS Content is provided for informational purposes only and is not intended as medical advice, or as a substitute for the medical advice of a physician.
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13. Links to Third Party Web sites. The SCPS Web sites may provide links (including any link through an on-line banner advertisement) to other sites on the Internet for your convenience. These other sites are maintained by third parties over which SCPS exercises no control. The appearance of any such third-party links is not intended to endorse any particular company or product. If you decide to access any of the third-party sites linked to the SCPS Web sites, you do so entirely at your own risk.
14. Links to SCPS Web sites and SCPS Content. Links posted by third parties to the SCPS Web sites and/or SCPS Content may not use the SCPS trademark or logo and shall not suggest that SCPS promotes or otherwise endorses any third-party products, business relationships, services, causes, campaigns, Web sites, content, or information. Any links to any portion of the SCPS Web sites shall be the responsibility of the linking party. SCPS reserves the right to require any linking party to disable or remove any link that violates SCPS’s rights or causes interruption or deterioration of SCPS Content.
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25. Statute of Limitations. Regardless of any statute or law to the contrary, any claim or cause of action arising out of or related to your use of the SCPS Web sites must be filed by you within one (1) year after such claim or cause of action arose or be forever barred.