Below are my attempts at legalese in plain English.
I’ll do my best, but if you want real privacy, get involved and start voting. I have the right to write about public statements made or take pictures in public. If you appear in a place or at an event open to the public it is public. We live in a world where every cellphone has a camera that can upload an image to the web. A reasonable person understands this expectation of privacy.
I’ll try not to poke around the yellow tape that surrounds your life if you’ll do the same. Trust me, you do not want to cross the yellow tape.
The views expressed on this site do not necessarily reflect the views of me or others over time. If I review something, I may not endorse everything about it. I’ve seen the Wizard of Oz, that doesn’t make me a munchkin. There are no warranties or guarantees. I will make mistakes.
This site is for entertainment. You agree to behave yourself while using it.
By using the site, you agree not to take any legal action toward me or anyone associated with me unless I agree to it. That is unlikely.
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Copying or taking text, graphics or any content out of this site is without express written permission from DJCline.com is forbidden. That means no. You can ask me to link or point to this site and I might agree. It is always a good idea to ask permission first before doing anything, otherwise you will find yourself on the other side of the yellow tape. That is very bad.
In other words, you can’t put my pictures on Facebook or anywhere else.
If you wish to contact me, use the contact form available on this site. I will do my best to get back to you but make no guarantees. Ask yourself how a reasonable person would react. Identify yourself and state your message clearly. If you can’t say it in writing with your name on it, maybe you should not say it at all.
If I’ve left anything out, remember I tried to keep this reasonably short.
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