Terms & Conditions for Use of the “Greener Education Materials for Chemists” Web Site
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Ownership, License and Restrictions on Use
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Links to Third Party Sites
Links to This Site
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The Site contains valuable proprietary products of Oregon and other authors embodying substantial creative efforts and information, ideas, and expressions. The entire Site is protected by U.S. copyright laws and by international treaties. The right to use the Site does not transfer title, copyright, or ownership of the materials on the Site to You or to any other person and Oregon retains all ownership interest in the materials on the Site that are owned by Oregon. You agree not to remove, obliterate, or cancel from view any copyright, trademark, confidentiality or other proprietary notice, mark, or legend appearing on any material on the Site. You further agree that any material from the Site that You use shall at all times include a copyright notice as follows: "Copyright © 2004 University of Oregon. All rights reserved." However, for material identified as being provided by a third party, You agree to use the copyright notice as provided on the third party material.
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Changes to Site, and to These Terms and Conditions
This Site and these Terms and Conditions may be changed by Oregon with or without notice. Please review this link on a regular basis for changes. Continued use of this Site following any change constitutes your acceptance of the change.
Entire Agreement; Severability
These Terms and Conditions incorporate by reference any notices contained on this Site and constitute the entire agreement with respect to your access to and use of this Site. If any one or more provisions of these Terms and Conditions shall be adjudicated to be illegal, invalid, or unenforceable in any respect, the legality, validity, and enforceability of the remaining provisions shall not in any way be affected or impaired thereby. The parties agree to attempt to substitute for any illegal, invalid, or unenforceable provision a valid or enforceable one, which achieves the economic, legal and commercial objectives of the invalid or unenforceable provision to the greatest extent possible.