Copyright , Access and Use Notification

Modified Januaary 20, 2011

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You agree that all materials contained in this site are the copyrighted property of Robert T. Lee, Society for the Practical Establishment and Perpetuation of the TEN COMMANDMENTS, TRUJEWS and all relations. You agree not to reproduce, republish, upload, post, transmit, modify, distribute or publicly perform or display material from this site unless you first obtain written permission from Robert T. Lee. You may view and download material from this site for your personal, non-commercial home use only.

If you participate in any chat rooms, bulletin boards, or other forum that may be found on this site, you agree to not:

Blaspheme the true God - the God of the Bible, The Holy Spirit, Jesus Christ, the Bible or defame, abuse, harass or threaten the owner of this site or others; make any bigoted, hateful or offensive statements agains Christians; advocate any activity contrary to the TEN COMMANDMENTS, or discuss morally illegal activities with the intent to commit them; post or distribute any material that infringes and/or violates any moral rights of a third party or any moral law; post or distribute any vulgar, obscene, discourteous or indecent language or images; advertise or sell to, or solicit others; post or distribute any link to atheists, agnostics or any unbeliever's site; send email bombs, send email spam or spam any registries or post or distribute any software or other materials which contain a virus or other harmful component; post or use any communication you receive by email from Robert T. Lee.

You agree that Robert T. Lee reserves the right to remove or edit messages or material submitted by you. He is not responsible for material submitted to him or posted in chat rooms, on bulletin boards or on other forums by users of the site. When you communicate with Robert T. Lee or anyone or participate in any way in this site you grant Robert T. Lee an irrevocable, transferable and worldwide right to use, reproduce, publicly perform and display, distribute, sublicense, and sell any information, suggestions, ideas, drawings or concepts communicated to Robert T. Lee or his relations for any purpose he chooses, commercial, public or otherwise, without any compensation to you whatsoever.

You agree that Robert t. Lee nor any relations shall be made liable in any way for anything found on this site.

You agree that this agreement remains effective until terminated by Robert T. Lee for any reason, with or without notice. If this agreement is terminated, you agree to immediately discontinue your use and access of the site and destroy all materials obtained from it.

Robert T. Lee may amend or modify this Agreement or impose new conditions at any time upon inclusion of a notice on the site signifying that this agreement has been updated. Any use of the site by you after such update shall be deemed to constitute acceptance by you of such amendments, modifications or new conditions.

By accessing this site, you agree to waive all rights to "fair us" of any material on this site except by written permission by Robert T. Lee, and you agree that if use is made by you without permission, you agree to be made legally liable by Robert T. Lee or his relations in a court of law. You agree that all present use of material from this site which is being used without written permission from Robert T. Lee shall immediately cease or fall in line with this agreement, and all none compliance to this agreement shall make you liable.

This agreement will be governed by Georgia law without effect to any principles of conflicts of laws. If any provision of this agreement is held by a court of competent jurisdiction to be illegal, invalid or unenforceable, the remaining provisions shall remain in full force and effect.