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Materialsmagazine.com and Materials Magazine LLC operates as an online digital magazine that can be accessed via the web address, materials magazine .com; hereafter referred to as “Materials Magazine”. Any person or visitor who connects to the services provided by this site is referred to as “you”. This document, known as the Terms of Service or “Terms”, outlines the rules and regulations that you agree to abide by.

It is your responsibility to carefully review this User Agreement in its entirety. Materials Magazine reserves the right, at its sole discretion, to remove, alter, modify, add or terminate any part or the entirety of this agreement at any time and without prior notice. To access the most up-to-date version of these terms and conditions, please utilize the link found in the footer of the page.

Either Materials Magazine or you have the right to terminate these terms at any time. Materials Magazine also reserves the right to immediately terminate your access if, in its sole judgment, it determines that you have breached any terms or engaged in unacceptable conduct.

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You are entitled to submit a counterclaim if you hold the belief that your Third-Party Content, which has been removed, does not infringe upon any copyrights. Furthermore, if you possess the authorization from the copyright owner or agent, or if you are permitted to post and utilize content within your Third-Party Content in accordance with the law, you may also submit a counterclaim.

Kindly direct your counterclaim to the Copyright Agent, providing the following details:

(1) Your physical or electronic signature;

(2) A comprehensive identification of the content that has been removed or disabled, along with the location where it was originally accessible prior to removal or disability;

(3) A statement affirming that you genuinely believe in good faith that the content was erroneously removed or disabled due to a factual error or a misidentification of the content; and

(4) Your complete name, address, contact number, email address, a declaration consenting to the jurisdiction of the federal court in Boulder, Colorado, and a confirmation of your consent to accept legal process from the notifying party regarding the alleged copyright infringement.

Consequence of Counterclaim

Upon receipt of a counterclaim by the Copyright Agent, the Services retain the right to forward a duplicate of the counterclaim to the initially complaining party, notifying them that the removed content may be reinstated or its disabling may cease in a period of 14 business days.

Unless the copyright owner pursues legal action through a court order against the content provider, member, or user, the removed content may be reinstated or the access to it reestablished within a period of 14 to 21 business days, or longer, at the sole discretion of the Services.

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By utilizing the Services and transmitting an unsolicited submission to us, you acknowledge and agree that you are not entitled to receive any form of compensation, credit, or notice in relation to said submission. Furthermore, by sending such an unsolicited submission, you waive any right to make any claim against the Services, Materials Magazine, and its affiliated companies, officers, directors, or employees regarding the use of your submission. This includes, but is not limited to, claims of unfair competition, infringement of proprietary rights, breach of implied contract, or breach of confidentiality, even if the material or idea submitted is or may be substantially similar to the idea you transmitted.

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1. Any third-party content that you post, consent to repost, or submit.
2. Your use of the Services or access to them.
3. Violation of the terms specified in the provided terms of use.
4. Violation of any US law, rule, regulation or the legislation of any other country.
5. Infringement upon third-party rights, which may include but is not limited to copyright, trademark, property or privacy rights.
6. Another party’s access and use of the services with your account.
7. Claims arising from third-party content that was posted, submitted, or consented by you or using your account, which caused damage to another third party.

Please note that this defense and indemnification obligation will continue to be valid even after the termination of your use of the services and will persist in accordance with these terms of usage.

Applicable Law and Conflict Resolution

By agreeing to these terms, you acknowledge that the services provided are based solely in the State of Colorado. The services are considered a passive website that does not establish personal jurisdiction over Materials Magazine in any jurisdiction other than Colorado.

You consent and agree to the exclusive jurisdiction of the state and federal courts located in Boulder, Colorado. You also waive any objection to personal jurisdiction, venue, or the convenience of the forum.

Any dispute, claim, or controversy relating to the services, this agreement, or its breach, termination, enforcement, interpretation, or validity, including the determination of the scope or applicability of this arbitration agreement, will be resolved through arbitration in Boulder, Colorado. The arbitration will be conducted by a single arbitrator, and the party initiating the arbitration may choose either JAMS or the American Arbitration Association for administration in accordance with their respective rules.

The arbitrator is prohibited from awarding consequential, indirect, exemplary, special, or incidental damages arising from or relating to your use of the services. This includes damages for loss of business profits, business interruption, loss of business information, or other financial losses. The arbitral award may be entered as a judgment in any court with jurisdiction. Each party will bear half of the costs and expenses of the arbitration, and each party will separately cover their own attorney’s fees and expenses. Despite the agreement to resolve disputes through arbitration, either party may initiate a legal action in a state or federal court in Boulder, Colorado to protect its intellectual property rights. However, this provision does not include disputes or claims within the jurisdiction of a small claims court.

Statute of Limitations. You must file any claim related to the services or these terms within six months from the start of the events giving rise to the claim, or you agree to waive that claim.

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