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Terms and conditions of service

“TOS” = terms and conditions of service

READ ALL OF THE FOLLOWING TERMS AND CONDITIONS OF SERVICE FOR THIS WEB SITE (“TOS”) BEFORE USING THIS SITE. By continuing to use, link to or use of this site, or any service on this site, you signify TOS OF YOUR ACCEPTANCE. Your 2 Live reserves the right to amend, delete or add to the TOS at any time. Such changes will effect immediately. Therefore you see the TOS whenever, link to, or use of this site. Your access, link to, or use of the Site, or any service on this site, after the posting of changes to the TOS will constitute YOUR ACCEPTANCE OF THE TOS, as amended. If at any time you do not want to accept the TOS, do not access, link to, or use of the site. Any terms and conditions proposed by you which are in addition to or which conflict with the TOS are expressly Your 2 Live rejected and neither force nor effect.

Age &  Verification

Your 2 Live is for users who are over 18 years old. to avoid limitations in the current technology Your 2 Live of actively blocking users in these areas. By creating an account on Your 2 Live, you agree to the Terms and verify that you are over 18 years old. Unless otherwise agreed.

Rules of Conduct

We do not allow real photos of children, child pornography or a picture of an act of a sexual nature involving children is prohibited.  Violators will be asked to remove the offending articles. Further measures may be taken.

Property Definitions

1. Content Theft: unlawful or unethical appropriation of a copy of another protected digital content. Unlike theft in the physical world, digital content theft can not deprive the rightful owner of the use of the original work, but potential theoretical future control or income.

2. Copyright: legal protection in most countries of the work such as writing, painting, photography, video and recording music. In the US, copyright is automatically assigned to the creator of a copyrighted work, whether it is actually registered with the government or not.

3. Digital Millennium Copyright Act (DMCA): A US federal law that attempts to control the property rights of copyrighted digital assets, including, among other things, music and other sounds, images and textures. Many other countries have or are considering similar laws.

4. Intellectual Property (IP) is a catch-all term that is often used to discuss items such as copyright and trademark. IP is not a legal term, and ignores the differences between things like patents and copyrights.

5. Patent: legal protection in most countries of the specific implementations of ideas. Entering countries, it is limited to specific physical machines or techniques, while in other countries like the Netherlands, it also contains the computer algorithms and business processes (although this later field is still being examined by the judge).

6. Piracy: an inflammatory term used by some for the purpose of lobbying and litigation, but that’s not really helpful to rational discussion.

7. Plagiarism: the unattributed copying large amounts of text or other works. With a significant portion of a book or number, for example, is plagiarism. Representing a substantial is a matter of judgment, and depends on the size of the work.

Social Contract

Having a similar style, even copying a style, it is not the same as the content theft. In fact, human society as we know it would not exist without it. However, it needs to create a creator of a right to use his / her check specific creations for a certain period of time, as an encouragement to useful objects for the betterment of the community. The creation of goods for the benefit of the whole community, and so we want an environment that both the incentive to create and encouragement to share, either free or offers to trade to offer. Embezzlement and content theft work against this goal, as well as causing ill will in the community.

Legal requirements

Direct copying of prims, textures and scripts without the creator’s consent is a violation of copyright. This is true whether the maker of a copyright is registered. Your 2 Live trump server is active in the Netherlands and, as such, is subject to  Dutch  and EU law, including the DMCA. It is not enough to assume that the creator intended free copying, just because a particular instance has no specific limitations property. As a creator discovers that his or her creation is used in battle used to statutory requirements, he or she can use the DMCA “take down” message to Your 2 Live to request his immediate removal. The notice must include both the copyright that is allegedly being violated, and the in-world item (s) that the copyright infringement, including the name and location of the object, and an explanation of the violation. The convocation real-world contact details must also be submitted using our Help system under the DMCA category and if requested must provide this notice in written form signed. Please note that an intentionally false DMCA takedown notice is considered to be perjury, and is also a violation of the Terms of Service Your 2 Live programs.

In case of receipt of a valid takedown notice will Your 2 Live it the resident in question, which then must be an opportunity to contest the notification by submitting a response, in which the reasons that the original takedown request was to report invalid.

The text of the DMCA is
For more background information about the DMCA, see

Technical limitations

OpenSim software and viewers, as they currently exist, do make an effort to control copying items to the intention of its creators. However, it is not difficult for a particular user that undermine intentions. Although it is likely that the future development of OpenSim will improve these tools, there is not now, and probably never will, to avoid a completely reliable technical solution to theft of property. For this reason, the intention of the creator must be respected, regardless of the permissions settings, and regardless of what the user may wish were the intentions of the creator. If in doubt, ask the creator.

Your 2 Live Resident expectations and responsibilities

We expect that all residents will take into account both the social and legal requirements in the use and copying of digital objects. As a Your 2 Live dweller discovers a potential problem in this area, he or she must first of all the problem with those directly involved, discuss both factual and calm. The use of drama to deal with this is both inappropriate and probably rather than escalating to solve the problem. Nor is it helpful to matters escalate into early a legal dispute, as this is likely to cost all parties time, money and aggravation, without any guarantee of an amicable solution. It is always of the utmost importance that the creators do not confuse copy of ideas and styles, which is legal to copy the actual content without permission, which is not ethically or legally.

Your 2 Live Community expectations and responsibilities
as stakeholders not to the resolution can come directly, they need to put the dispute before the council for a rational discussion.

2 Live your expectations of management and responsibilities

When all other means of resolution failure, or if a DMCA complaint, the Your 2 Live management will take action as required by the Dutch and EU proper laws. Please note that both repetitive digital property rights violations, and the repetitive abuse of DMCA complaints to remove belongings incorrectly in an attempt to speech, trade, or otherwise “sadness” suppress other occupant by Your 2 Live are management considered as grounds for suspension or expulsion of a resident account.

Your 2 Live will comply with all Dutch and EU applicable laws, and ensure full disclosure of all legal institutions and stakeholders, as required by a subpoena or other legal writing.

X. No damages beyond price. You agree that if, in connection with your use of the provided virtual space, you direct or indirect damages of any kind, including injury to persons or property or make loss of profit, will Your 2 Live are liable only for the rent. In no event shall Your 2 Live, it’s shareholders, directors, officers or employees be liable for any damages, including lost profits or other incidental or consequential damages resulting from the use or inability to use the virtual space.