Acceptable Use Policy

In order for TextRazor to function smoothly for us and all users, we require as condition of your using TextRazor that you adhere to each of the following points when using TextRazor. You acknowledge that you are wholly responsible to TextRazor or any third party for any data you analyse using TextRazor. You must not:

  • Upload without obtaining the appropriate consents any personal contact information such as email address, phone number, street address, or any information that is confidential in nature or attempt to use another's account without authorisation, or create a false identity on TextRazor;
  • Create a user profile for anyone other than yourself as an individual person, or include in your profile any image of any other person;
  • Submit any material which is unlawful or which infringes upon intellectual property, confidentiality or other proprietary rights;
  • Except as expressly permitted by law, reverse engineer, decompile or otherwise attempt to derive the source code for any underlying intellectual property used to provide TextRazor, or any part of it.
  • Use or copy TextRazor’s information, content or materials to create, train, improve or provide any service that provides a service similar to or competitive with TextRazor;
  • Claim that you are associated with or endorsed by TextRazor unless you have entered into a written agreement with TextRazor to that effect;
  • “White-label” or otherwise hold yourself out as the originating provider of TextRazor or any material or processes contained in it;
  • Tamper with, disable or override (or attempt to do any of those things) any security component or process of TextRazor;
  • Use any technical or other means or process means to “mirror”, “frame”, “scrape,” “crawl” or “spider” any web pages or other services contained in the TextRazor site;
  • Attempt to or actually access TextRazor by any means other than through the interfaces provided by TextRazor such as by navigating to using a standard web browser. An example of such other means is attempting to access TextRazor via software-as-a-service platforms that aggregate access to multiple services, which include TextRazor.