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Ancestry.co.uk Licence and Terms and Conditions of Use
Ancestry.co.uk contains graphics, information, data, editorial and other content accessible by any Internet user and similar content which is accessible only to our subscribing members, ("Content"). Whether in the free section or in the subscription section of the Service, the copyright in all Content and any other intellectual property rights in the Service are owned by Ancestry, or third party providers, and may be used only in accordance with the provisions of the limited use licence set out below.
Limited Use LICENCE
You are licensed to use the Content only for personal or professional family history research, and may download Content only as search results relevant to that research. The download of the whole or material parts of any work or database is prohibited. Resale of a work or database or portion thereof, except as specific results relevant to specific research for an individual, is prohibited. Online or other republication of Content is prohibited except as unique data elements that are part of a unique family history or genealogy. Violation of this limited use licence may result in immediate termination of your membership and may result in legal action against you. You may use the software provided on the Service only while online and may not download, copy, reuse or distribute that software, except where it is clearly stated in connection with software that it is made available for offline use, and a licence for such use is provided in connection with that software.
User provided content
Portions of the Service will contain user provided content intended to be viewed in the form submitted by a member ("User Provided Content"), to which you may contribute appropriate material. For User Provided Content, Ancestry.co.uk is merely hosting and providing access, and accepts no liability whatsoever with regard to such material (including with respect to its accuracy). By submitting material to Ancestry.co.uk, you grant Ancestry a licence to host and provide access to such material, allow hosting and access on co-branded services of that material, and to use the data contained in that material as search results and to integrate that data into the Service as it deems appropriate.
You must submit only material which belongs to you and which will not violate the property or other rights of other people or organizations. We are sensitive to the copyright and other intellectual property rights of others. For more information concerning copyright issues, view our corporate policy. We will not monitor User Provided Content, with the exception that, to promote privacy, an automated filtering tool will be used to suppress and omit from display information submitted to the user submitted family tree elements of the Site which appears in our best judgement to pertain to a living person. We also reserve the right to act expeditiously to remove or disable access to any User Provided Content that comes to our attention, including information which we believe, in our sole discretion, is illegal, obscene, indecent, defamatory, incites racial or ethnic hatred or violates the rights of others, and we may terminate your use of the Service in these circumstances.
Your activities on our message boards, Connection Service and any other part of the website are governed by the Community Guidelines and Content Submission Agreement and you agree to abide by those terms.
Although we will try to ensure the accuracy and quality of the Service, the Service is provided on an "as is basis" and (i) we do not accept responsibility for any use of or reliance on the Service or for any disruptions to or delay in the Service; and (ii) we do not make any representations as to the accuracy, comprehensiveness, completeness, quality, currency, error-free nature, compatibility, security or fitness for purpose of the Service. Changes are periodically added to the information herein. No warranty, term or condition, express or implied, is offered by us and our third party suppliers in relation to the Service, except as expressly provided below.
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Except in respect of liability which cannot be limited or excluded (as set out above), our total liability to you whether in contract, tort (including negligence) or otherwise is limited to [£70] for each claim or series of connected claims or in aggregate £140 for any number of incidents in any 12 month period.
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Additional Guest or Subscribing Member Terms
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Should you breach this Agreement, we will have the right to revoke your licence to use the Service and suspend your right of access. In such a case, no portion of your subscription payment will be refunded. Should we decide to suspend the subscription service for any reason other than breach, we will refund to you the unused portion of your subscription payment, which will be your sole and exclusive remedy upon such a suspension of service.
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