Your Username and Password
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Once you receive your username and password, remember that you should not share it with anyone. We are not responsible if someone steals your username or password or if you give it to someone else to use. Please let us know right away if you think someone has stolen your username or password or if you think someone is using it without your permission.
What You Can and Cannot Do
When using the Site, you are not allowed to:
- send junk email, chain letters, or other so-called "spam";
- do anything that will prevent others from using or enjoying the Site, including sending inappropriate or threatening emails;
- sell or try to sell anything on or through the Site;
- transmit, distribute or upload programs or material that contain malicious code, such as viruses, timebombs, cancelbots, worms, or trojan horses, or do anything else that would stop or interfere with other people using the Site;
- violate any laws or regulations or any other rights of ours or of any other person or company; or
- steal anyone else's information by hacking through or into the Site or do anything that you are not supposed to do under the Rules.
The Things the College Board Owns
The College Board owns everything you see on the Site or has permission to use everything that appears on the Site, including all the information, pictures, clips and artwork, and the format, in which it appears, (collectively, the "Materials"). The Materials are protected by U.S. and foreign copyright and trademark laws. Because we want you to use CollegeEd, we give you permission, in the form of a license to use the materials. The license gives you a non-exclusive, non-assignable and non-transferable license to use and display, for non-commercial and personal use only, one copy of any Materials that you may download from the Site, provided that you keep all copyright and other notices on those Materials. You can use CollegeEd Online, but only for yourself, and you can't try to sell anything through the Site or make any money by using anything you find on CollegeEd Online. It also means that whenever you use anything from the Site, you need to use it exactly as it appears when you look at it on the computer, with whatever notices or statements we include on it, usually a copyright notice, which begins with this symbol - © . You also agree not to disassemble, decompile, reverse engineer or otherwise change the Site or any Materials.
Using CollegeEd Site Outside of the United States
CollegeEd Online is not meant to be used by anyone outside of the U.S. If you are using the Site outside of the U.S., you do so at your own risk.
Other People's Websites
The Site provides certain links that may lead to websites maintained by others that we do not control. We take no responsibility for anything on those websites, and you use them at your own risk. If you buy anything from one of these other websites and there is a problem you must call them because we have no control over these other websites.
It is up to you to make sure that anything you download or take off of the Site for your use is free of viruses and other destructive items.