Applied Bioethics Magazine Terms of Service
Effective: January 1, 2022
We provide Applied Bioethics Magazine, a digital magazine. You may purchase any issue. Do not purchase an issue of Applied Bioethics Magazine until You have carefully read this TOS.2. Applied Bioethics Magazine License
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To the extent permitted under applicable laws, User hereby releases the Company from any and all claims or liability related to any product or service provided through this Site and any conduct or speech, whether online or offline, of any other User.8. Modification to these Terms of Service
We reserve the right to change this TOS at any time as We deem necessary or desirable. These changes will most likely be enacted to comply in changes to Our services and/or changes in the law. We may notify You of changes by posting notice of the change on Our Site. Changes to this Agreement may occur, however, without notice. Any changes to these TOS will be effective upon the changes being made to this document. Your continued use of this Site shall be Your acceptance of any changes to this Agreement. All additional terms are hereby incorporated into this TOS by this reference.
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In all claims, disputes, and controversies related to this Agreement, Our Site, or Applied Bioethics Magazine, the non-prevailing party shall be responsible for the prevailing party’s attorneys’ fees in addition to any damages assessed against them.13. Termination
The section headings used in this Agreement are for convenience only and shall be of no legal force or effect.