The rules set forth herein apply to all materials, online communications and other information that is or becomes available on friendsofmusichall.org or spmhcincinnati.org, (collectively, “Information”). BY SIGNING ON AND USING friendsofmusichall.org, spmhcincinnati.org, YOU SPECIFICALLY AGREE TO ABIDE BY THESE RULES AND ANY MODIFICATIONS THERETO.
1. Personal Uses Permitted.
The website(s) of Friends of Music Hall (formerly SPMH, the Society for the Preservation of Music Hall), are online information exchange services for use by Friends of Music Hall and the general public. You shall not post, publish, transmit, reproduce, distribute or in any way use or exploit any Information for commercial purposes or otherwise use the Information in a manner that is inconsistent with these rules and regulations.
2. User’s Obligation to Abide By Applicable Law.
In connection with the use of friendsofmusichall.org or spmhcincinnati.org you shall abide by all applicable federal, state or local laws, including those pertaining to such areas as libel, slander, defamation, trade libel, product disparagement, harassment, invasion of privacy, tort, obscenity, indecency, and copyright or trademark infringement (“Applicable Law”). The Information available on friendsofmusichall.org or spmhcincinnati.org may include intellectual property that is protected under the copyright, trademark and other intellectual property laws of the United States and/or other countries (“Intellectual Property Laws”). Such Intellectual Property Laws generally prohibit the unauthorized reproduction, distribution or exhibition of all text, photographic and graphic (art and electronic) images, music, sound samplings and other protected materials. The violation of applicable Intellectual Property Laws may give rise to civil and/or criminal penalties.
3. Disclosure of Online Communications.
You are cautioned that any online communications may not be fully confidential. In addition, you should be aware that federal postal regulations do not protect electronic mail. You should be aware that some administrative personnel of Friends of Music Hall may, in the course of their regular duties, have access to communications for technical or operational purposes. Friends of Music Hall may also disclose any communications to the extent permitted or required by law.
4. Prohibition Against Rogue Programming.
You shall not post, transmit or make available in any way through friendsofmusichall.org or spmhcincinnati.org any software or other materials which contain a computer virus, trojan horse, timebomb, worm or other rogue programming (“Rogue Programming”). Friends of Music Hall has no obligation to detect the presence of any Rogue Programming. Any downloading of software or other materials or any other use of the Information on friendsofmusichall.org or spmhcincinnati.org is at your risk, and you are advised to take adequate precautions to minimize any loss to your system caused by Rogue Programming, including use of anti-virus programs and proper backup of files.