Thanks for your interest in the Coworker Solidarity Fund (the “Fund”) and for visiting coworkerfund.org (the “Site”). We are excited for you to use the Site.
The Fund is still growing, and we hope to add features in the future. There may be additional terms for some of these features. If these Terms conflict with the additional terms, the additional terms control.
We may update or modify these Terms from time to time. We may update or modify these Terms from time to time. Please check back periodically to see if these Terms have changed. If you keep using the Site after the Terms change, that means that you agree to any of the changes. The Terms were created and last updated on September 15, 2020.
These Terms are designed to protect you and the Site’s other users and to ensure that the Fund can function in the way it is intended: as space where workers can seek support for their activism. Therefore, if you violate these Terms, we may block or deny you access to the Site. This decision will be made at the Fund’s sole discretion.
We may ask for your email address to keep you informed about the Fund’s work. You are not required to provide an email address and can continue using the Site even if you don’t provide one.
When using the Site, we give you a license to access and use the Site. This license is revocable at our sole discretion, which means that if you use the Site in a way that violates these Terms, we reserve the right to block or deny your access to the Site or pursue legal action against you at our sole discretion. By using the Site, you agree that the Fund may take these steps to the extent necessary to stop your unauthorized use of the Site and without notice to you. Please make sure to use the Site in a way that is consistent with these Terms.
A. Acceptable Use
You may access the Site, and the content on the Site, for your personal use. You may only use the Site as intended.
B. Prohibited Use
Do not engage in any activity that may disrupt the Site’s servers. Do not attempt to access to the Site in any way that is inconsistent with the instructions we provide. Do not attempt to interfere with, circumvent, or disable any of the Site’s security features. Similarly, do not upload, post, email, or transmit any viruses or other malicious programs that are designed to damage or interfere with any computer system, data, or personal information. You may not collect email addresses or any other information from other users of the site to solicit business.
C. Our Partners’ Tools
We use a variety of third party tools and software to deliver services and support to our users. By using our Site, you acknowledge that we may contract with third parties for certain features or functions of our Site (e.g. accepting donations).
Anything that is part of the Site–including but not limited to computer programs and applications, source code, web applications, database programs, web content, and all written, graphic, audio, and visual works incorporated into and utilized by the Site–is the intellectual property of the Fund or one of our partners. You cannot copy, modify, publish, or use any of this intellectual property outside of the normal use of the Site.
We are in a continuing process of modifying and improving our Site and services. As part of this process, we may suspend, discontinue, modify, or terminate the services offered on the Site. These changes may include terminating the Site altogether. We may also launch new, related websites, applications, and projects. These Terms will be edited to incorporate these changes.
The Fund is provided to users as is. Other than what is expressly laid out in these Terms, the Fund makes no promises about its Site or the services offered on the Site. The Fund specifically disclaims any warranty of fitness for a particular purpose or noninfringement, and further expressly disclaims any implied warranty and terms and conditions.
We do our best to protect all of your data and information. However, in the event of a data breach, the Fund will not be liable to you for any damages resulting from the breach, including for indirect, consequential, exemplary, incidental, special, or punitive damages.
Coworker is not responsible for the conduct of any user, either on or off the Site.
Except where otherwise restricted or prohibited by law, the Fund will not be liable to you or any third person for indirect, consequential, exemplary, incidental, special, or punitive damages, including lost profits arising from your use of the Site, even if we have been advised of the possibility of such damages.
Using the Site does not create any agency, partnership, joint venture, employer-employee relationship, or any other legal relationship between you and the Fund.
By using the Site, you agree that any claim or controversy arising under these Terms will be governed by the laws of the District of Columbia, as they apply to agreements entered into within the District of Columbia and between District of Columbia residents, without regard to conflict of law provisions. Any claim will be resolved in the District of Columbia. You agree to submit to the personal jurisdiction of the District of Columbia.
If any part of these Terms is found to be invalid or unenforceable, that provision will be struck, and the rest of the provisions will continue in full force and effect.
The Fund’s rights under these Terms, including rights concerning liability, disclaimer, and licensing, survive the termination of the Site or of these Terms.
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