Terms of Use

Using the Project Safety Net web site indicates your agreement with our web site RULES which contain important CONDITIONS AND RESTRICTIONS. If you do not agree, please refrain from using this web site.

Individuals, organizations and businesses are free to use the Project Safety Net web site for any lawful, worthy and ethical purpose, except as limited by these Rules. The web site must not be used to solicit customers or sell products or services.

Users with “robots,” “spiders,” or other automated programs may visit the Project Safety Net web site, but are prohibited from resending or redirecting information without the prior written permission of Project Safety Net.

We ask all web site users to use appropriate names and language in the name spaces, address spaces and other spaces (if any) provided on the web site. Users are forbidden from using false e-mail addresses.

This web site contains material protected by law, including but not limited to copyrights and trademarks. All rights in such material are reserved to Project Safety Net and materials may not be reused in any way or copied in whole or part without prior written permission from Project Safety Net.

No representations or warranties are made regarding the materials in or Operations of this web site. In particular, Project Safety Net makes no warranties concerning the integrity or fitness or a particular purpose of any information, either express or implied, and disclaims any warranties of non-infringement. Project Safety Net shall not be liable for any damages of any kind that may result from the use of this web site. Materials in and operations of this web site are provided as-is and there is no warranty made that they will be free from errors or interruptions. Any liability of Project Safety Net to users for any damages or losses of any kind shall not exceed the amount paid by the user, if any, for use of this web site.

These rules represent the entire agreement between users and Project Safety Net and may not be modified except by a signed written agreement. This agreement shall be governed by and construed in accordance with the laws of the State of California. If any provision of these rules shall be declared by a court to be invalid, illegal, or unenforceable, such provision shall be deemed severable from this agreement and the other provisions shall remain in full force and effect.