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SEEtheWILD is an online platform for users (“Travellers”) to find unique opportunities to explore, participate and partake inmeaningful travel experiences including, but not limited to volunteer trips, photo safari’s, wildlife encounters, active adventures, educational trips, and any other travel with a services, experiential, eco/green, or learning factor(“Services”). These trips may have international or domestic destinations.
Furthermore, SEEtheWILD enables travel operators, hotels and lodges, destination management organization and local activity operators to create organization profiles detailing their opportunities. Through the Site, websites, email and other media, the Services makes accessible various content, including, but not limited to, videos, photographs, images, artwork, graphics, audio clips, reviews, articles, comments, data, text, software, scripts, projects, other material and information, and associated trademarks and copyrightable works (collectively, “Content”).
Travelers, and other visitors and users of the Services (collectively, “Users”) may have the ability to contribute, add, create, upload, submit, distribute, facilitate the distribution of, collect, post, or otherwise make accessible (“Submit”) Content. Users may Submit Content relevant to the Services (“User Submissions”).
Some of our Services may be subject to additional terms and conditions adopted by third party suppliers and your use of those Services is subject to those additional terms and conditions. The Company may, in its sole discretion, refuse to offer the Services to any person or entity and change its eligibility criteria at any time. This provision is void where prohibited by law and the right to access the Services is revoked in those jurisdictions.
You shall not use as a User ID, domain name, and if applicable a fundraising campaign name or term that is the name of another person, with the intent to impersonate that person; is subject to any rights of another person, without appropriate authorization; or is otherwise offensive, vulgar, or obscene. The Company reserves the right to, at any time, for any reason, and without notice: remove or block any User or User Submission; delete, edit, or modify any Content, including, but not limited to, any User Submission; cancel, reject, interrupt, remove, or suspend a fundraising campaign; terminate the use of a volunteer abroad organization that knowingly and willingly adds content that is false, misleading, or inaccurate. The Company reserves the right not to comment on the reasons for any of these actions.
The Services may permit you to link to other websites or resources on the internet, and other websites or resources may contain links to the Site. When you access third-party websites, you do so at your own risk. Those other websites are not under the Company’s control, and you acknowledge that the Company is not liable for the content, functions, accuracy, legality, appropriateness, or any other aspect of those other websites or resources. The inclusion on another website of any link to the Site does not imply endorsement by or affiliation with the Company.
You further acknowledge and agree that the Company shall not be liable for any damage related to the use of any content, goods, or Services available through any third-party website or resource. Note: SEEtheWILD is not responsible for verifying or guaranteeing the accuracy of any information posted by its users including, but not limited to, Fundraisers, Volunteers, Donors, Advertisers of any kind, Volunteer Organizations, Lodging Operations, Ground Handlers, Tour Planners,Activity Operators, Non-Profits/Charities, and Destination Management Organizations. Any decision to utilize a third-party’s Services is done at YOUR OWN RISK.
You must ensure that all SEEtheWILD content on your site has an accreditation to the SEEtheWILD website. Where possible, you must create a functional link back to the SEEtheWILD home page or the site page showing your Campaign. If this is not possible, you must display on – screen the URL from which the SEEtheWILD content can be obtained. You may not directly or indirectly change, edit, add to or produce summaries of the SEEtheWILD content or any content on the SEEtheWILD website nor place any full – story SEEtheWILD content in an HTML frame – set. Any SEEtheWILD RSS feed or SEEtheWILD content on your site must incorporate an attribution (credit) to SEEtheWILD in one of the following forms: ”From SEEtheWILD.com”, or ”This content/article is from SEEtheWILD Website”. If you are displaying a SEEtheWILD RSS feed in a context where a functional link back to the article on the SEEtheWILD’s website is not possible then you must using the following attribution (credit) ”From SEEtheWILD.com”. You may not use any SEEtheWILD logo or other SEEtheWILD trademark without explicit permission from SEEtheWILD.
SEEtheWILD provides its online spaceto you which may be updated by SEEtheWILD from time to time without notice to you. In order to use our online space, you must obtain access to the World Wide Web, either directly or through devices that access web – based content, and pay any Services and/or telephone fees associated with such access. Users and Visitors, SEEtheWILD’s participation in social media is primarily to facilitate its Services. We also keep striving to strengthen our brand. Given the magnitude and scope of the internet, we believe it’s important that when using media that gives the impression of speaking of SEEtheWILD, that below conduct guidelines are followed.
Further, SEEtheWILD social media site articles and comments not complying with our conduct guide will be removed, solely at our discretion. The following is not permitted on our site and our affiliated sites: Comments not topically related to the particular social medium article being commented upon; Profane language or content; Content that promotes, fosters, or perpetuates discrimination on the basis of race, creed, colour, age, religion, gender, marital status, national origin, physical or mental disability or sexual orientation; Sexual content or links to sexual content; Conduct or encouragement of illegal activity; Comments in support of or opposition to political campaigns; Information that tend to compromise the safety or security of a person; Content that violates legal ownership interest of any other party; Solicitations for commerce that is not approved and/or authorized by LongTale Travel Inc.; SEEtheWILD strives to use social media responsibly to keep abreast of new trends and topics, and to share information and perspectives by following the above and in addition: We will use ever effort to keep our interactions factual and accurate. If there are any mistakes we will accept responsibility and will publicly correct.
We will strive for transparency and openness n our interactions and will never seek to “spin” information. When replying to comments, we will respond efficiently, accurately, appropriately, and respectfully. When linking to online resources, we will link from original sources only. The content of our Blog, Twitter and our Facebook pages posting shall be owned by SEEtheWILD. Any link content of embedded hyperlinks posted by our Users will be evaluated and for authenticity, accuracy, appropriateness and security. SEEtheWILD may limit one’s comments on the same topic to 2 posting, especially when third posting has no new added value to the second posting.
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The Company shall have the right to delete, edit, modify, reformat, excerpt, or translate any of your User Submissions. All information publicly posted or privately transmitted through the Site is the sole responsibility of the person from which that content originated. The Company will not be liable for any errors or omissions in any Content. The Company cannot guarantee the identity of any other Users with whom you may interact while using the Services.
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