Last Updated: 24th August 2023
These terms of service govern your use of AskQuestions.net (the "Website"). By using the Website, you fully accept and agree to these terms of service. If you disagree with any part of these terms, you must refrain from using the Website.
Licence to Use the Website
Unless stated otherwise, the intellectual property rights in the Website and its content belong to us or our licensors. Subject to the licence described below, these intellectual property rights are reserved.
You are permitted to:
You must not:
You must not use the Website:
"Your user content" refers to material (e.g., text, images, audio, video) submitted to the Website. By submitting user content, you grant us a worldwide, irrevocable, non-exclusive, royalty-free licence to use, reproduce, adapt, publish, translate, distribute, and sub-license your content. You also grant us the right to take legal action for any infringement of these rights.
User content must not be illegal, infringe on third-party rights, or lead to legal action under applicable laws. You must not submit user content that has been or is the subject of legal proceedings or complaints.
We reserve the right to edit or remove user-submitted material on the Website.
We do not warrant the completeness or accuracy of information on the Website, nor guarantee its availability or the currency of materials.
Limitations and Exclusions of Liability
We are not liable for any loss or damage of any nature, or for events beyond our control. We are not liable for business losses, data loss, or special, indirect, or consequential loss or damage.
You agree to indemnify us against losses, damages, costs, liabilities, and expenses incurred due to your breach of these terms of service.
Breaches of These Terms
In case of a breach, we may suspend your access to the Website or take appropriate action.
We may revise these terms from time to time. The revised terms will apply from the date of publication on the Website.
We can transfer rights and obligations without notice, while you cannot.
If any part of these terms is deemed unlawful, the other provisions remain in effect.
Exclusion of Third Party Rights
These terms benefit you and us, not third parties.
Law and Jurisdiction
These terms are governed by English law and subject to the exclusive jurisdiction of English courts.