Terms and Conditions
Orange Dot Terms and Conditions
Welcome to Orange Dot, we encourage you to share your thoughts as they relate to the topics being discussed on our Orange Dot blog. We actively review and post comments according to our blog commenting policy outlined below. The views, images and videos are copyrighted material of Swanson Russell and our clients.
Swanson Russell automatically publishes user comments, but expects comments to be on topic and have a basic level of civil obedience. We encourage conversations, discussion and understand disagreements may arise, but mutual respect is a must. We do not tolerate profanity or abusive language. In the case that comments are inappropriate, Swanson Russell reserves the discretion to remove or edit user content without notifying the author. Swanson Russell will make the final decision on whether content should be removed and deemed unacceptable. Swanson Russell reserves the right (but is not required to) remove content that:
- is defamatory, abusive, obscene, profane or offensive;
- infringes or violates another party's intellectual property rights (such as music, videos, photos or other materials for which you do not have written authority from the owner of such materials to post on the Service);
- violates any party’s right of publicity or right of privacy;
- is threatening, harassing or that promotes racism, bigotry, hatred or physical harm of any kind against any group or individual;
- promotes or encourages violence;
- is inaccurate, false or misleading in any way;
- is illegal or promotes any illegal activities;
- contains personal information of any party such as phone numbers, addresses, license plate numbers etc;
- contains software viruses or any other computer code, files or programs designed to interrupt, destroy or limit the functionality of any computer software or hardware or telecommunications equipment; or
- contains any advertising, promotional materials, "junk mail," "spam," "chain letters," "pyramid schemes," or any other form of solicitation.
- is written in ALL CAPS as if someone is screaming or yelling.
- you may not use spiders, robots, data mining techniques or other automated devices or programs to catalog, download or otherwise reproduce, store or distribute content available on Orange Dot. Further, you may not use any such automated means to manipulate the Service or attempt to exceed the limited authorization and access granted to you. You may not resell use of, or access to, Orange Dot to any third party.
Please do not submit copyrighted or other proprietary material in any form unless you clearly indicate that you have permission to do so. By posting your comments or other work, you are granting Swanson Russell and anyone viewing www.swansonrussell.com irrevocable permission to copy, distribute, make derivatives, display or perform the commenter’s work publicly and free-of-charge.
Swanson Russell actively reviews user comments and responds to user-generated content when necessary. To post a comment we require you to provide your name and email address. By providing your name you make it easier for Swanson Russell to have a conversation with you. We require an email, so we can contact you if necessary, it is our policy to never publish your email address.
If you are a reporter or media contact please send your questions/comments here or other normal communication channels rather than submitting questions here as comments. Swanson Russell’s policy is to not post reporter questions.
We appreciate you taking the time to review our commenting policy, we look forward to exchanging ideas with you and encourage you to share your thoughts and ask questions.
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