Terms & Conditions
Registered website accounts
Registered accounts for the Outrageous History website are intended to apply to a single user. Should you choose to share your account with anyone else, you will have to share your log in information with them and give them permission to view your account and information. You agree that you are responsible for all activities and transactions that occur through your account. You will promptly notify Outrageous History if you become aware of any unauthorized access or use of your account.
We may terminate or suspend your account at any time, without notice to you, if we believe your use of our website breaches the Terms and Conditions including the misuse of the Members Lounge forum. This includes any activities on the website that may be defamatory, libellous, offensive, abusive, stalking, threatening, demeaning, obscene, promoting hatred, bigotry, racism, sexism, harassment, discrimination, pornographic, indecent, unlawful, profane, harmful to minors, false, misleading, spam, promoting, advocating or otherwise encouraging illegal activities including activities that would constitute a criminal offense or give rise to civil liability, or otherwise violate the legal rights of others
All content on the Outrageous History website, podcasts and the Outrageous History YouTube channel is protected by Canadian and international property laws and treaties, including copyright and trademark laws and is owned by Outrageous History, licensed to Outrageous History or otherwise provided by a third party.
All trade-marks (including, but not limited to, trade names, logos, word and design marks) are the trade-marks or registered trade-marks of Outrageous History! or its parent company, Northern Flicker Media, and are protected from reproduction, dilution and confusing or misleading uses. The use of any trade-mark appearing on any of the components of the Outrageous History! platform without the express written consent of the trade-mark owner is strictly prohibited.
Copyright and trademark protection also applies to any, text, information, data, code, sounds, sound effects, audio, video, cinematographic works, photographs, pictures, illustrations and graphics (the “Content”) on the Outrageous History website, podcasts and YouTube channel.
The Content (including any facts, views, opinions, recommendations, description of or references to products, services and securities) is provided to you for general information, educational and entertainment purposes only. The Content is not necessarily reflective of the views or policies of Outrageous History! or its parent company, Northern Flicker Media, including the publisher, contributors, staff or advertisers.
Third-Party Content, User-Generated Content, Links to Websites and Advertisements
Our website contains third-party content, such as links to third-party websites, licensed third-party content, user generated content and advertisements. Your use or reliance on third-party content is solely at your own risk.
Third-party content is not under the control of Outrageous History! or its parent company, Northern Flicker Media. Third-party content is provided to you for general information purposes only. Outrageous History! does not endorse third-party content.
Outrageous History! or its parent company, Northern Flicker Media is not responsible or liable for the content, accuracy, relevancy, legality or decency of material contained on third-party websites. Outrageous History! or its parent company, Northern Flicker Media will not be responsible or liable in any way for any loss or damage incurred by you in connection with your use or reliance on third-party content. Outrageous History! or its parent company, Northern Flicker Media is not liable for errors, omissions or delays in third-party Content.
You acknowledge and agree that any dealings you may have with a third-party found by you are solely between you and the third-party. Outrageous History! or its parent company, Northern Flicker Media assume no liability or responsibility whatsoever for anything related to the relationship between you and the third-party, including but not limited to transactions, correspondences, charges, representations, prices, or agreements.
You should direct any concerns you have regarding third-party content to the third-party.