3 The User acknowledges that any use of CricBreak website is a non-exclusive use for personal and leisure purposes only, that no use is for any commercial or business purposes, and that any use is at the User’s sole risk.
4 The User further acknowledges that any use or reproduction of CricBreak website must be in the form in which CricBreak website is published, that no distribution or commercial exploitation is permitted, whether in that form or otherwise, and that CricBreak website accepts no liability to any third party.
5 CricBreak website makes every effort to ensure the accuracy and comprehensiveness of its contents, but the User acknowledges that neither CricBreak website nor its suppliers accept any liability to Users nor give any warranty in respect of the accuracy of the contents or in respect of the uninterrupted nature or coverage of CricBreak website.
6 The User acknowledges that all intellectual property rights in CricBreak website belong to CricBreak website and its suppliers and that use of the website confers no licence or other rights on the User. The moral rights of contributors to CricBreak website are asserted.
7 CricBreak website accepts no unsolicited contributions from Users or third parties. The User acknowledges that any solicited contributions to CricBreak website (for example in response to a competition) must be decent, must not be defamatory, and must not infringe the intellectual property rights of any third party. In particular, the User will not post or transmit any defamatory, threatening, obscene, harmful, pornographic or otherwise illegal material or material which would violate or infringe in any way upon our rights or those of others or cause distress or inconvenience. The User must not express opinions that are vulgar, crude, sexist, racist or otherwise offensive. The User will not post or otherwise make available on CricBreak website any material which the User does not own without the express permission of the owner.
8 The User acknowledges that by posting materials on CricBreak site the User grants to Us and Our licensors and assigns an irrevocable, perpetual, CricBreak, worldwide licence to use the materials both within Our website and in any other manner. The licence extends to copying, distributing, broadcasting, and otherwise transmitting, and adapting and editing the materials.
9 Material which is posted on any bulletin boards or chat forums is written by Users and We are not responsible for and do not endorse such material. We reserve the right to monitor the contributions made and may respond to or comment upon communications made by the User and edit, refuse to post, or remove any content from the bulletin boards and chat forums in our absolute discretion. No failure to remove particular material constitutes an endorsement or acceptance of it by CricBreak website.
10 The User, if a child or young person, confirms that he or she has parental permission to use the computer through which access is made to the CricBreak website.
12 The User acknowledges that CricBreak website may be amended or discontinued at any time without notice.
13 The User further acknowledges that The Cricketer website may amend these Terms and Conditions at any time without notice. The current version of the Terms and Conditions is the version appearing on CricBreak website at any time. At the end of the Terms and Conditions, we print the date on which they were last amended.
14 If CricBreak website provides any link to any external website this is purely for the convenience of the User and the User acknowledges that CricBreak website makes no representations and accepts no liability in respect of the content or availability of the external website.
15 These Terms and Conditions are subject to English law. If any term is found to be invalid then this does not affect the validity of the other terms. Failure by CricBreak website at any time to enforce these Terms and Conditions does not amount to a waiver of CricBreak website’s rights to enforce them.
16 Any competitions run on CricBreak website will be organised by CricBreak with winners chosen at CricBreak discretion. The organisers’ decision is final.
17 Free trials are considered introductory offers for new subscribers and, as such, also require customers to enter some form of continuous payment information before the free trial commences. In this instance, we will not charge you until your free trial period has elapsed, whereupon you will automatically move onto the standard rate stated to you at the point of subscribing. Once again, you can avoid moving onto the standard rate by cancelling within your free trial period.