THE BORDER WATCH TERMS AND CONDITIONS OF USE OF WEBSITE
Thank you for accessing The Border Watch Newspaper website (the Site).
We wish to advise that by accessing and using the Site you are accepting and agreeing to the terms and conditions on which the Site may be accessed.
Currently, these terms and conditions are as follows and may be varied at the discretion of The Border Watch Newspaper:
1. The Border Watch Newspaper is the owner of the site.
2. The Border Watch Newspaper may at its discretion, alter, suspend or discontinue the Site and any content published on the Site. The Border Watch Newspaper accepts no liability to third parties as a result of any alteration or suspension of any material published on the Site.
3. Content published on the Site may be accessed and downloaded for personal use and non-commercial use provided that the content is not modified in any way. Unless expressly stated otherwise, you are not permitted to copy, or republish anything you find on the Site including any logos and trademarks (which may be owned by third parties) without the express permission of the Border Watch Newspaper.
4. All intellectual property rights in relation to content on this Site belongs to the Border Watch Newspaper or its advertisers or affiliates. You obtain no interest in any intellectual property relating to material published on the Site by accessing or downloading such material. All content on this Site is protected by Australian and international copyright and other intellectual property laws. You may not do anything which interferes with or breaches those laws or the intellectual property rights in the content.
5. Content included on the Site is prepared as general information only. It is not advice and should not be substituted for personal advice which takes into account your individual health, financial or other circumstances.
6. The Border Watch Newspaper excludes all rights, remedies, guarantees, conditions and warranties in respect of goods or services from your use of the Site whether based in statute, common law or otherwise to the extent permitted by law other than any rights and remedies in respect of goods or services under the Australian Consumer Law in the Competition and Consumer Act 2010 or equivalent State or Territory legislation which cannot be excluded, restricted or modified. To the fullest extent permitted by law, the following provisions apply:
a. The Border Watch Newspaper does not warrant the accuracy of the content which you access through this Site. You are responsible for assessing the accuracy of the content and you rely on it at your own risk.
b. The Border Watch Newspaper will have no responsibility or liability in relation to any loss or damage that you incur, including damage to your software or hardware, arising from your use of or access to this Site.
c. The Border Watch Newspaper does not warrant that functions of this Site or which you access through this Site, such as hyperlinks, will be uninterrupted or error free, that defects will be corrected, that there will be no technical problems which prevent or unreasonably delay delivery of the Site or any content which ought to be accessible through the Site, or that The Border Watch Newspaper or the server that makes it available, are free of viruses or bugs.
7. This Site may include third party content which is subject to that third party’s terms and conditions of use. Nothing on this Site should be construed as granting any licence or right for you to use that content.
8. This Site may include links to third party sites which are not related to The Border Watch Newspaper and in relation to which The Border Watch Newspaper has no control or interest. The appearance of those links on this Site does not indicate any relationship between The Border Watch Newspaper and that third party or any endorsement by The Border Watch Newspaper of that third party, its site or the products or services which it is advertising.
10. Users must not use this site for any purpose or in any way which is unlawful.
11. These terms shall be governed by and interpreted in accordance with the laws of South Australia.