Terms of Service
Effective: Aug 02, 2022
Last updated: Aug 02, 2022
Thanks for being interested in using Aeridia. Before doing so, you should carefully read, understand and accept these Terms of Service.
This is a legal agreement between Aeridia ("I", "My") and you ("Your"). By using this Discord bot, its website and other related products (collectively referred to as "Aeridia", "Bot" or "Service"), you are agreeing to the following Terms of Service. Please read them carefully.
In cases of doubt, the owner of the server on which Aeridia is is held liable and is referred to as "You" in these Terms.
Aeridia is strictly following Discord's "Developer terms", does not want, is not trying to and is not knowingly abusing any of Discord's services. YOU ARE NOT ALLOWED TO USE THIS SERVICE OR ITS PROVIDED FEATURES OTHER THAN INTENDED. YOU MAY NOT ABUSE AERIDIA IN ANY WAY THAT COULD BE AGAINST THIS OR DISCORD'S TERMS.
You may use Aeridia and its services for any purpose, including commercial use, if not stated otherwise in this Terms. You may not reverse-engineer or otherwise attempt to derive source code from Aeridia.
Aeridia and its services are completely free. I am actively developing new features and fixing bugs to improve Aeridia and your user experience. Therefore I may add or remove features. While I try to avoid disruptions, I cannot guarantee that there will not be an outage. I am not liable for any such outages or service changes, especially because Aeridia is a free service.
You are free to stop using Aeridia's services at any time for any reason by kicking Aeridia from your Discord server. I reserve the right to stop you using Aeridia's service with or without notice for any reason.
Throughout the service you may have access to external resources provided by third parties. You acknowledge and accept that the we have no control over such resources and therefore not responsible for their content and availability. Conditions applicable to any resources provided by third parties, including those applicable to any possible grant of rights in content, result from each such third parties' terms and conditions or, in the absence of those, applicable statutory law.