Copyright and Terms of Service

All materials and design at JensJournal.com and its related websites, printed and electronic media, merchandise, etc., are © Copyright 2010-2011, Jennifer Whildin, all rights reserved, regardless of whether or not a current copyright
mark appears on any document or file at this site, with the exception of other copyright notations made by the owner.  Permission is not granted to duplicate these web pages or the files on them without prior written permission from the owner.

JensJournal.com is owned and maintained by Jennifer Whildin.  All documents and files, including but not limited to HTML, CSS, CGI, PHP, images, sounds, movies, themes, page designs, postings and entries are owned by Jennifer Whildin unless otherwise noted.  It is expressly forbidden for anyone to copy and/or use any document or file, in whole or in part, without prior written permission by the owner.

No part of this website shall be reproduced, stored in a retrieval system, or transmitted by any means, electronic, mechanical, photocopying, desktop publishing, recording, or otherwise, without prior written consent from the owner.

All email and postal mail sent to JensJournal.com may be published on its website or related websites, and in any related publications.

Some content on JensJournal.com is for adults only, and may contain adult content, sex, violence, nudity, offensive language, or other material that some may find offensive.  By using JensJournal.com and its related websites, as defined as “including but not limited to visiting, viewing, reading, posting, interacting, clicking links, uploading and downloading, etc.,” the user is claiming to be a legal adult, 18 years or older, and consents to be exposed to the site’s content, and accepts these terms and conditions.

I stand by the policy created by Julie Waters, as presented here:  Some of the material in these web pages may offend some individuals.  This, in my view, is a good thing.  It is my belief that some people need to be offended.  However, I am aware that there are children on the Net, so I should explain a couple things:

  • It is not my job to keep parents from allowing their children onto the World Wide Web.
  • It is not my job to monitor every link I reference for “adult content.”
  • Children are the responsibility of their parents, not me.

Notes

Special thanks to Julie Waters for allowing me to use some of the text from her warning page.

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