REGISTRATION AND SECURITY   PRIVACY POLICY   USER RESPONSIBILITY   GENERAL USE RESTRICTIONS
  1. You will not modify, adapt or hack the Service or Site.
  2. You will not modify another website so as to falsely imply that it is associated with the Service, or any other TME service.
  3. You will not reproduce, duplicate, copy, reverse engineer, sell, resell or exploit any portion of the Service, use of the Service, or access to the Service without the express written permission by TME.
  4. You will not engage in verbal, physical, written or other abuse (including threats of abuse or retribution) of any TME user, customer, employee, member, or officer. A violation of this provision will result in immediate Account termination.
  5. You will not upload, post, host, or transmit unsolicited email, SMSs, or "spam" messages in any way to TME users, customers, employees members, or officers or to anyone through use of the Service or Site.
  6. You will not transmit any worms or viruses or any code of a destructive nature to TME users, customers, employees, members, or officers, or to any individual through use of the Service or Site.
  7. You will not access, tamper with, or use non-public areas of the Services, TME’s computer systems, or the technical delivery systems of TME’s providers.
  8. You will not probe, scan, or test the vulnerability of any system or network or breach or circumvent any security or authentication measures.
  9. You will not forge any TCP/IP packet header or any part of the header information in any email or posting, or in any way use the Services to send altered, deceptive or false source-identifying information.
  10. You will not interfere with, or disrupt, (or attempt to do so), the access of any user, host or network, including, without limitation, sending a virus, overloading, flooding, spamming, mail-bombing the Services, or by scripting the creation of content in such a manner as to interfere with or create an undue burden on the Services.
  CONTENT RESTRICTIONS
  1. infringes, misappropriates or violates a third party’s patent, copyright, trademark, trade secret, moral rights or other intellectual property rights, or rights of publicity or privacy;
  2. violates, or encourages any conduct that would violate, any applicable law or regulation or would give rise to civil liability;
  3. is fraudulent, false, misleading or deceptive;
  4. is defamatory, obscene, pornographic, vulgar or offensive;
  5. promotes discrimination, bigotry, racism, hatred, harassment or harm against any individual or group;
  6. is violent or threatening or promotes violence or actions that are threatening to any other person; or
  7. promotes illegal or harmful activities or substances.
  8. the intent to solicit, sell or abuse the rights of any person through prostitution, mistreatment or any kind of abuse.
  CONTENT OWNERSHIP
  1. “TME Content” includes all images, videos, audio files, text, graphics, and other information or materials made available by TME through the Site or Service.
  2. “User Content” includes all images, videos, audio files, text, graphics, and other information, posted through the Site or Service by users under their User ID.
  3. “TME and User Content” includes both User Content and TME Content.
  THIRD PARTY WEBSITES AND CONTENT   REPORTING MISCONDUCT   DISCLAIMERS   INDEMNITY   LIMITATIONS OF LIABILITY   GOVERNING LAW   DISPUTE RESOLUTION   ARBITRATION PROCEDURES
  1. Fees. Each party will be responsible for paying any AAA filing, administrative and arbitrator fees in accordance with AAA rules. If you believe you cannot afford the AAA’s fee, you may apply to the AAA for a fee waiver.
  2. Selection of the Arbitrator. The parties, using the AAA’s standard procedures, will select a single arbitrator from a roster of neutrals prepared by the AAA.
  3. Arbitration Process.
  4. If you are seeking less than $10,000, the arbitrator will decide the dispute based only upon the parties’ written submissions and, if requested by either party, a telephonic hearing. The parties may submit to the arbitrator written statements setting forth their positions no later than 30 days after the arbitrator’s appointment. Each party may also submit a rebuttal or supplemental statement within 10 days after initial statements are due. If a telephonic hearing is requested, it will occur within 45 days after the arbitrator’s appointment.
  5. If you are seeking at least $10,000 but less than $50,000, any initial written statements will be due within 60 days after the arbitrator’s appointment, and any rebuttal or supplemental statements will be due within 15 days after initial statements are due. A telephonic hearing is required and will occur within 90 days after the arbitrator’s appointment.
  6. If you are seeking $50,000 or more, initial written statements are required and must be submitted to the arbitrator within 90 days after his or her appointment. Any rebuttal or supplemental statements will be due within 30 days after initial statements are due. The hearing before the arbitrator must be in-person, unless both sides agree to a telephonic hearing, and will occur at a location to be determined by the arbitrator within 6 months after his or her appointment.
  7. The above rules also apply to claims or counterclaims brought by TME.
  8. Communications with the Arbitrator. Whenever communicating with the arbitrator, the parties must include each other – for example, by including the other party on a telephone conference call and copying the other party on any written submissions, such as letters or emails. To the extent practicable, conferences with the arbitrator will take place by telephone conference call or email. Ex parte communications are not permitted with any arbitrator.
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