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Terms of Service



Legal Obligations


It is understood that W3Forums services as a conduit to unite those within the IT industry throughout the Internet and holds no responsibility for anything that is posted by individual members of the community. Posts and comments do not necessarily represent the opinions of W3Forums. Always take precautions and use judgement when deciding whether to follow the advice or suggestions of other community members. W3Forums holds no responsibility towards any actions that you may take as a result of advice offered anywhere. As a registered member, you are held solely responsible for any libelous, defamatory, or slanderous remarks about a person or company made in your posts.




Terms of Use


W3Forums staff does everything within their power to ensure W3Forums remains a family friendly site. However, we are only human. Members are required to follow all posting rules. Rule breakers are susceptable to being banned from our community at moderators' discretion.




Privacy Disclaimer


W3Forums takes Internet privacy very seriously. However, please note that this is a public forum where all discussion threads, posts, news stories, code snippets, tutorials, etc. are available to everyone (including search engine spiders). Think before you post because words you write on the Internet exist forever.




Registration


W3Forums requires registration in order to enjoy member privileges. Registration requires a unique username, a password, and a valid email address. W3Forums's policy is to permanently maintain all registration records to comply with anti-spam regulations imposed both federally and by ISPs. You can change your username, email or password from our Account Management Settings page.




Minimum Age Requirement


In compliance with the U.S. Coppa Act, no one under the age of thirteen (13) is permitted to register on these forums. If someone under the age of 13 does register, it is understood that they are doing so against W3Forums's policies and without W3Forums's knowledge.




Posting


Members may edit their posts for a limited time period immediately after submission, for the purpose of correcting spelling and grammar mistakes and accidental ommissions. After this initial period expires, posts may only be edited or deleted by W3Forums team members, and only in cases where they do not comply with our forum rules for the purpose of making said content comply with all rules. As a discussion community, posts contributed by many members work together to form coherent discussions. Altering or deleting individual posts may have consequences that unfairly extend to other members of the community. All members are held responsible for their actions. As always, think before you permanently post something on the public Internet.




Browser Cookies


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Private Messaging


This forum system has private messaging capabilities available to registered members. Please note that W3Forums staff will never read any private messages passed between other members. However, abusive private messages may be flagged and forwarded by the recipient to the moderation team.