Before you start using our website or service, please take a moment to read these Terms of Use carefully. These terms explain your rights and responsibilities, including things like limitations of liability and dispute resolution.

By using our website or service, you agree to these terms:

Here’s a breakdown of the key points:

  • You should read the Terms of Use before using the website or service.
  • These terms explain your legal rights and obligations.
  • This agreement requires arbitration for disputes, instead of going to court.
  • By using the website or service, you agree to these terms.

No guarantees:

The information on this website is provided “as is” and there are no guarantees about its accuracy, safety, or usefulness. Lio2 Publishing does not take responsibility for anything said by others on the website, and they cannot be held liable for any problems you encounter based on the information found here. It’s up to you to judge whether the information is accurate or helpful, and you should consult professionals when necessary.

Sharing your thoughts:

Lio2 appreciates your understanding and cooperation in creating a positive and respectful online environment.

Lio2 welcomes you to share your comments, questions, ideas, and reviews about our company, website, and services. However, please keep in mind that we might review your submissions before publishing them, and we have the right to remove or edit them if necessary.

Remember to be respectful:

Please avoid any content that is:

  • Against the law
  • Offensive or inappropriate
  • Threatening or harmful
  • Damaging someone’s reputation
  • Violating someone’s privacy or copyright

Lio2 Media doesn’t allow:

  • Copying their website content and storing it elsewhere (caching).
  • Creating links to their website without their permission, especially using framing techniques that make their content appear within another website.

We have the right to:

  • Disable any unauthorized links or frames to their website.
  • Not be responsible for the content on any other website linked to theirs.

Basically, clicking on links to other websites from Lio2 is at your own risk, and they won’t be held responsible for what you find there.


Lio2 also reserves the right to change these rules at any time, and you are expected to follow the latest version posted on the website.

Lio2 is not required to review things you post and is not responsible for them. However, Lio2 may monitor what you post and remove things that are:

  • Illegal, harmful, threatening, mean, or hateful
  • Ads or requests for things
  • Faking to be someone else
  • Sharing personal information like phone numbers or addresses
  • Pretending to work for the website when you don’t
  • Offering illegal downloads
  • Repeating the same message over and over
  • Chain letters

Violation Of T&C:

if you break the rules of the Lio2 Media website (the T&C), the company that runs the website (Lio2 Media) can take legal action against you. This could include blocking you from visiting the website or using their services.

Here’s a simpler way to understand it: If you break the website’s rules, we can kick you off and take you to court.

Privacy Policy and Cookies info:

Lio2 website respects your privacy. Any information you give us will be used according to their privacy policy, which you can find on their website. If you visit their website and allow cookies, you are agreeing to them using cookies.

Changes to the Site:

Lio2 owners can change the content and restrict access to the website at any time. This means they can add, remove, or modify any information on the site, and they can also limit who can access the site.

Liability and Indemnity:

This is a legal disclaimer that tries to limit the responsibility of Lio2 for any issues arising from their services:

  • Lio2 doesn’t guarantee anything: The content and services are provided “as is,” meaning we don’t promise they’ll be perfect or error-free.
  • You’re responsible for your actions: If you use our services and break these terms, you’re responsible for any problems it causes.
  • we’re not liable for most damages: Even if you have problems using our services, we generally won’t be responsible for any financial losses you experience.
  • Our maximum liability is limited: If we are found legally responsible for something, the most we’ll have to pay you is what you paid us for that specific service.
  • You agree to defend Lio2: If someone sues them because of something you did while using our services, you agree to take responsibility and cover their legal costs.

It’s important to note that this is not legal advice, and you should always consult with a lawyer if you have any questions about these terms.

Force Majeure:

In simpler terms, the statement says that Lio2 and its partners won’t be held responsible for situations outside their control. This means if something unexpected happens that prevents us from delivering our content (like technical issues, natural disasters, or even wars), Lio2 won’t be considered liable or at fault for any delays or interruptions.

Here are some specific examples:

  • If the website crashes due to a computer virus, Lio2 won’t be responsible.
  • If a natural disaster disrupts Lio2 delivery service, they won’t be held accountable.
  • If a government regulation prevents Lio2 from publishing something, they can’t be blamed.

It’s Lio2 way of saying we’ll do our best, but certain situations beyond our control might cause issues.


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