By downloading and using the Project’s works (“builds”, “products”, “content”), you acknowledge that you have read these terms and conditions and agree to be bound by all clauses. These clauses set forth your obligations and rights with respect to using the Project’s works. If you do not agree, you may not use the Project’ works.
3) Limitation of Liability
You understand and agree that:
Neither the Project nor its administration, staff, sponsors, third-party contractors or any other entities affiliated with the Project shall be liable for any indirect, incidental, punitive, exemplary, or consequential damages, to person or property, arising from the use of the Project’s products. The Project will not be responsible for any alleged failure of performance, error, omission, deletion, defect, or delay in service in the products, in addition to any alleged computer viruses, theft or destruction of property, and/or the unauthorized access to, alteration of, use of, or posting of any record pertaining to your interactions with the Project. You agree that this limitation of liability applies under all circumstances, including but not limited to tortious behavior and negligence.
If applicable law does not allow all or any part of the above limitation of liability then the limitations will apply to you to the fullest extent of the applicable law.
4) Use of Information
The Project is not intended to be a scholarly nor authoritative source on history, architecture, tourism, geography, or other scholarly fields. It should not be used as a replacement for genuine scholarship, reporting, nor should be a cited source in authoritative nor scholarly works. Our products should not be used as a replacement for formal education in any of these fields, and the Project is not liable for any damages that arise from improper use of information.
The Project may deal with sensitive topics including but not limited to war and destruction of historical landmarks, and may portray offensive symbols that appear on some real-life works. If you find such material intolerable, you may not want to use the Project’s website or products.
5) Intellectual Property
By agreeing to the terms of service, you agree that the content, features, and functionality (including but not limited to the builds, renders, writing, photos, video, and the design, election and arrangement thereof), are owned by the Project, its contractors, or employees and are protected by Canadian and international copyright and other intellectual property or proprietary rights laws. In no way may any of the Project’s content be reproduced, recreated, or redistributed without explicit permission from the Project.
By agreeing to these terms, you shall not create an entity in competition with the Project within six months. A competing entity can be but is not limited to an entity that creates similar products to the Project with a similar purpose, for profit or non-profit.
6) Price and Payment
Payment is not necessary to use the majority of the Project’s content. It shall be done at the user’s discretion. Bonus content will be provided as a benefit for donations priced in Canadian dollars, regardless of geographical location. If currency conversion is required, it is expected that the user will pay the exchange fee. For bonus content to be received, it is expected that payment is received before any product is provided. Payment will only be accepted through PayPal and Patreon. It is the responsibility of the user to ensure that all products are accessible from his geographical location. Due to the nature of the paid content as downloads whose return cannot be verified, all transactions are considered final except in the case of provable failed delivery that does not arise from geographical location restrictions.
8) Termination You are free to stop using the Project’s services at any time and/or terminate any paid subscriptions. We reserve the right to terminate your access to content, especially paid content, if you are in breach of these Terms or using content in a manner that would cause a real risk of harm to the Project or other users. Should harm be significant enough, especially in but not limited to intellectual property theft, legal action may be pursued.