Welcome to the American Theatre Archive Project. We are dedicated to the free expression of our users in a collaborative and sharing environment. We are a community that seeks to use the American Theatre Archive Project as a means of fulfilling our highest aspirations to support theatre makers in archiving their work so that it can be shared with scholars and other artists.
We reserve only the rights necessary to facilitate the dissemination of content and material on this website. We support the intellectual property rights of the authors of those materials. We also support the use of open source software and the widespread dissemination and use of online materials consistent with the rights of our users and applicable law.
We hope your experience with the American Theatre Archive Project will be enjoyable and productive.
The American Theatre Archive Project is located at www.americantheatrearchiveproject.org
Terms that Govern the Use of the American Theatre Archive Project website.
1. General Use of the Site and Agreement to these Terms.
If you are a non-registered “public” user, accessing the Site signifies that you have read, understand, and agree to these terms. If you do not agree to these terms, you are not authorized to use the Site.
By accessing this Site, you agree to comply with applicable U.S. laws (including, but not limited to, libel, obscenity, and child pornography), assume responsibility for your activities, agree not to harass, disrupt, abuse, or invade the privacy rights of others.
We may revise or change these terms as necessary or appropriate; the most current version will always be available for users to view on the Site.
2. Rights and Obligations Related to Content and Material.
The Site and its Contents are protected by copyright pursuant to U.S. and international copyright laws.
By posting your material on this Site, you are granting the American Theatre Archive Project a nonexclusive, royalty free, perpetual, and worldwide license to use your content on the Site until you remove or delete it, including but not limited to, the right to copy, distribute, transmit, display, perform, reproduce, edit, translate, reformat, and/or incorporate into a collective work. Whenever possible, we will credit you as an author, and you agree to give the American Theatre Archive Project the right to use your name for attribution purposes.
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3. Notification of Copyright Infringement.
The American Theatre Archive Project complies with the Digital Millennium Copyright Act. If you have reason to believe that any material, content, or activity on this Site is infringing on rights owned by your or another (provided you are authorized to act on behalf of the person), please contact us by email at firstname.lastname@example.org or write to: [address]. If you do not include an electronic signature with your claim, we may ask you to submit a signed paper copy. Your notification of infringement must include:
- The identity of the copyrighted work, or, if multiple works at the same location, a representative list of the works.
- The identity of the material you claim is infringing or is the subject of infringing activity. Please include specific information, such as the URL, that will enable us to find the material.
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The American Theatre Archive Project may at any time terminate its legal agreement with you if you have breached any provision of the terms, the American Theatre Archive Project is required to do so by law, or the American Theatre Archive Project no longer maintains the Site and is terminating the service.
5. Governing Law.
You agree that if the American Theatre Archive Project does not exercise or enforce any legal right or remedy that is contained in these terms and conditions (or for which American Theatre Archive Project is entitled under any applicable law), this will not be taken to be a formal waiver of these rights and remedies.
These terms and conditions, and your relationship with the American Theatre Archive Project, shall be governed by the rules, regulations, and policies of the United States without regard to its conflict of laws provisions. You and the American Theatre Archive Project agree to submit to the exclusive jurisdiction of the courts located within the United States to resolve any legal matter arising from these terms and conditions. However, you agree that the American Theatre Archive Project shall still be allowed to apply for injunctive remedies (or any equivalent type of urgent legal relief) in any jurisdiction.
6. Trademark Rights.
The American Theatre Archive Project retains all applicable trademark rights. Except for attribution purposes under our Creative Commons license, you may not use any American Theatre Archive Project names or logos without prior consent. You may not use any American Theatre Archive Project names or logos for promotional or any other purposes in ways that suggest a connection to, or endorsement by, the American Theatre Archive Project.
7. No Warranties and Disclaimer of Liability.
The American Theatre Archive Project disclaims and makes no warranties regarding the content, operation, or administration of the Site to the extent law permits us. The ;American Theatre Archive Project will not be liable for any damages arising from your use of the Site, and you expressly agree to assume all risks when using the Site.
8. Right to Remove Content and Discontinue Service.
The American Theatre Archive Project reserves the right to remove content at any time that is found to be in violation of American Theatre Archive Project policy, or applicable federal or state statutes, or common laws. The American Theatre Archive Project also reserves the right to modify, suspend or discontinue the Site with or without notice at any time and without any liability to users.
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We collect data in the ordinary running of the website, this includes:
- Personal information you choose to provide including your name and email addresses
- Web Site Use Information including IP addresses, number of logins and time spent on the site