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- The Eye e-Magazine is a website displayed on the Internet.
- This website is subject to the laws and court jurisdiction of England and Wales.
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- The author(s) or editors are not responsible for any actions taken as a result of information published on this site.
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- Due to the language and subject matter, The Eye e-Magazine is suitable for individuals aged 16 and over.
- The editors reserve the right to change the host, fonts, layout, format, contact details, address or this site’s policies (which will be periodically updated) without notice. The editors make no guarantees about the frequency of posts, and THE EDITOR also reserves the right to close the site without notice.
Copyright & Permissions
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- Content cannot be used commercially without permission or compensation.
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Use of Third Party Content
- On the same basis that nobody requires permission to link to any page on this site, THE EDITOR will not ask permission to link to another site.
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