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-# Your Data and You
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-> Copyright (C) 2018 Zebulon McCorkle.  
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-> Permission is granted to copy, distribute and/or modify this document
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-> under the terms of the GNU Free Documentation License, Version 1.3
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-> or any later version published by the Free Software Foundation;
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-> with no Invariant Sections, no Front-Cover Texts, and no Back-Cover Texts.
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-> A copy of the license is included in the `COPYING.md` file.
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-
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-Asymptote Club doesn't intend to collect or process any of your personal
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-information without you being aware. Pretty much, if we have it, you explicitly
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-gave it.
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-
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-## Data collected
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-
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-Asymptote Club may store any data submitted to an Asymptote Club service,
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-including but not limited to name, emails, Git repositories, build logs, and
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-chat logs. If you are concerned about an unauthorized user gaining access to
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-that information, you may
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-
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- 1. Not submit it to an Asymptote Club service
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- 2. Encrypt the data with a strong encryption algorithm
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-    
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-    The Matrix chat system has built-in encryption.
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-
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-Either of these will ensure that an unauthorized user cannot access sensitive
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-information.
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-
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-This data is collected for the purpose of offering Asymptote Club services.
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-
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-## International data transfer
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-
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-Asymptote Club infrastructure is based in the New Jersey, U.S.A. area. In most
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-cases, and with the most sensitive information, encryption schemes such as
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-HTTPS, STARTTLS, and SSH are in place to protect information during its transfer
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-to Asymptote Club infrastructure.
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-
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-## Data controller
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-
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-Asymptote Club operates as a data controller, and any data is controlled in
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-compliance with the EU's GDPR.
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-
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-### Contact
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-
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-Zebulon McCorkle is the main Asymptote Club contact and data protection officer.
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-
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-Admin email: zebmccorkle@asymptote.club
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-
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-Admin mail:
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-
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-Zebulon McCorkle  
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-2605 Daisy Drive  
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-Brenham, Texas 77833
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-
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-Admin phone: +1 (818) 850-2732
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-
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-## Data processors
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-
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-Asymptote Club infrastructure is hosted on virtual private servers on the
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-infrastructure of Vultr Holdings Corporation. A data protection addendum is
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-available from administrators on request.
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-
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-## Your rights
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-
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-The GDPR grants you the following 8 rights:
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-
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- 1. Information
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- 2. Access
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- 3. Rectification
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- 4. Erasure
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- 5. Strict processing
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- 6. Data portability
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- 7. Object
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- 8. Other in relation to automated decision making
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-
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-For more information on your rights, see the UK Information Commissioner's
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-Office website:
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-
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-https://ico.org.uk/for-organisations/guide-to-the-general-data-protection-regulation-gdpr/individual-rights/

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+# Asymptote Club Legal
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+
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+> Written in 2018 by Zebulon McCorkle
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+> 
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+> To the extent possible under law, the author(s) have dedicated all copyright
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+> and related and neighboring rights to this work to the public domain worldwide.
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+> This work is distributed without any warranty.
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+> 
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+> You should have received a copy of the CC0 Public Domain Dedication along with
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+> this work. If not, see http://creativecommons.org/publicdomain/zero/1.0/.
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+
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+This is a work in progress. Upon completion, it will be sent to all members for
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+acceptance, and acceptance will be required for all new members.
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+
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+## Table of Contents
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+
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+ 1. [Terms of Service](#terms-of-service)
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+ 2. [Privacy Policy](#privacy-policy)
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+ 3. [DMCA/Copyright](#dmca-copyright)
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+
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+## Terms and Conditions
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+
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+Any participation in Asymptote Club services is bound to these terms.
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+
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+"Asymptote Club" is defined as the set of services hosted under the Internet
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+domains "asymptote.club" and "asymptote.network", as well as the individual
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+Zebulon McCorkle who runs Asymptote Club.
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+
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+### Requirements
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+
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+Use of Asymptote Club services is dependant on these requirements:
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+
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+ 1. The user must be at least 16 years of age or older.
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+ 2. If the user is logged in to an account, the account must only be used by
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+    said user.
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+
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+### Legal compliance
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+
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+Use of Asymptote Club services must not:
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+
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+ 1. Be unlawful in any of the following juristictions or promote unlawful
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+    activities in said jurisdictions:
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+
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+     - New Jersey, U.S.A.
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+     - Texas, U.S.A.
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+     - Your jurisdiction of residence
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+ 2. Infringe on the rights any party, including third parties. These rights
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+    include, but are not limited to, intellectual property (such as patents,
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+    trademarks, and copyright) and privacy.
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+
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+### Acceptable use
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+
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+Use of Asymptote Club services must not unfairly restrict other users' use of
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+any Asymptote Club services. This includes using excessive CPU and disk
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+resources. Interpretation of "unfair" is left to Asymptote Club and its admins.
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+
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+### User-generated content
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+
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+Much content on Asymptote Club services is generated by users. This content is
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+not under the control of Asymptote Club or its administration. Asymptote Club
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+and its administration reserves the right to remove any user-generated content
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+for any reason at any time.
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+
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+(We don't want to use this, but it's here just in case worst comes to worst.)
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+
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+By publically submitting content to Asymptote Club, you grant Asymptote Club a
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+license to store and show said content. This license can be transferred from
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+Asymptote to any legal successors. You also grant the license necessary for
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+other core functions to operate, such as "forking" on the Git service, which
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+creates a copy of your content for another user.
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+
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+### Private information
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+
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+Asymptote Club nor its administration will intentially breach the privacy given
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+by private repositories or your home directory unless the content contained is
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+suspected of breaching these terms.
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+
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+### Donations
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+
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+Any donations made to Asymptote Club are just that: donations. No goods should
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+be expected in return for a donation.
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+
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+### Account termination
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+
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+You may terminate your Asymptote Club account and have your information scrubbed
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+at any time by contacting the data protection officer below.
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+
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+### Warranty
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+
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+No warranty is granted to Asymptote Club users by Asymptote Club.
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+
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+### Liability
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+
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+Asymptote Club is not liable to any party for any damages that result from any
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+matter related to Asymptote Club services.
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+
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+### Changes
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+
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+Asymptote Club reserves the right to amend these terms at any time. We will
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+notify users on a best effort basis using their Asymptote Club email addresses.
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+
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+## Privacy Policy
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+
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+Asymptote Club doesn't intend to collect or process any of your personal
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+information without you being aware. Pretty much, if we have it, you explicitly
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+gave it.
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+
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+### Data collected
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+
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+Asymptote Club may store any data submitted to an Asymptote Club service,
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+including but not limited to name, emails, Git repositories, build logs, and
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+chat logs. If you are concerned about an unauthorized user gaining access to
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+that information, you may
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+
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+ 1. Not submit it to an Asymptote Club service
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+ 2. Encrypt the data with a strong encryption algorithm
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+    
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+    The Matrix chat system has built-in encryption.
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+
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+Either of these will ensure that an unauthorized user cannot access sensitive
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+information.
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+
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+This data is collected for the purpose of offering Asymptote Club services.
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+
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+### International data transfer
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+
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+Asymptote Club infrastructure is based in the New Jersey, U.S.A. area. In most
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+cases, and with the most sensitive information, encryption schemes such as
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+HTTPS, STARTTLS, and SSH are in place to protect information during its transfer
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+to Asymptote Club infrastructure.
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+
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+### Data controller
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+
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+Asymptote Club operates as a data controller, and any data is controlled in
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+compliance with the EU's GDPR.
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+
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+#### Contact
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+
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+Zebulon McCorkle is the main Asymptote Club contact and data protection officer.
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+
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+Admin email: zebmccorkle@asymptote.club
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+
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+Admin mail:
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+
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+Zebulon McCorkle  
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+2605 Daisy Drive  
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+Brenham, Texas 77833
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+
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+Admin phone: +1 (818) 850-2732
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+
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+### Data processors
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+
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+Asymptote Club infrastructure is hosted on virtual private servers on the
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+infrastructure of Vultr Holdings Corporation. A data protection addendum is
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+available from administrators on request.
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+
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+### Your rights
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+
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+The GDPR grants you the following 8 rights:
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+
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+ 1. Information
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+ 2. Access
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+ 3. Rectification
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+ 4. Erasure
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+ 5. Strict processing
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+ 6. Data portability
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+ 7. Object
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+ 8. Other in relation to automated decision making
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+
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+For more information on your rights, see the UK Information Commissioner's
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+Office website:
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+
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+https://ico.org.uk/for-organisations/guide-to-the-general-data-protection-regulation-gdpr/individual-rights/
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+
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+### Supervisory authority
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+
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+If you have a complaint with regard to GDPR compliance, contact your country's
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+GDPR supervisory authority. As Asymptote Club is based in the United States, it
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+does not have a local supervisory authority.
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+
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+## DMCA/Copyright
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+
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+> TL;DR:  
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+> Have a copyright complaint? Follow the GitHub guide for writing DMCA takedown
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+> notices then send it to Asymptote Club's designated agent:
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+> 
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+> https://dmca.copyright.gov/osp/publish/history.html?id=2b92c29bf8757ff9faa1f39687101750
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+
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+
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+If you don't have a license for it, don't post it on Asymptote Club
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+infrastructure. That's the gist.
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+
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+### Designated Agent
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+Asymptote Club's designated agent is as follows:
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+
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+> Zebulon McCorkle  
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+> 2605 Daisy Drive  
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+> Brenham,  TX  77833  
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+> Phone: 8188502732  
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+> Email: zebmccorkle@asymptote.club
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+
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+Any DMCA-related queries should be directed to the designated agent.
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+
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+### Takedown notices
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+
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+If you're a copyright holder and your property is hosted on Asymptote Club
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+without license, send a message (email or letter) to the designated agent
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+containing the following:
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+
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+ 1. Link to any offending content
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+    
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+    Must contain links to every offending page. Only linked pages will be looked
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+    at and possibly taken down.
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+ 2. Your contact information, including an email address
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+ 3. The following statements:
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+
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+    1.
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+       > I have a good faith belief that use of the copyrighted materials
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+       > described above on the infringing web pages is not authorized by the
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+       > copyright owner, or its agent, or the law. I have taken fair use into
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+       > consideration.
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+    2.
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+       > I swear, under penalty of perjury, that the information in this
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+       > notification is accurate and that I am the copyright owner, or am
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+       > authorized to act on behalf of the owner, of an exclusive right that is
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+       > allegedly infringed.
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+ 4. A physical or electronic signature
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+
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+For best results, follow the
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+[GitHub guide to submitting a DMCA takedown notice](https://help.github.com/articles/guide-to-submitting-a-dmca-takedown-notice/).
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+
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+The DMCA agent will work expeditiously to take down the offending content,
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+publish your takedown request on the Asymptote Club website, and contact the
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+offending member. The offending member may submit a counter-notice, which will
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+be sent to you. If you have not taken legal action within 14 days of us
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+delivering the counter-notice by email, Asymptote Club may reinstate the
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+content.
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+
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+### Counter notices
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+
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+A counter notice must contain the following:
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+
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+ 1. Any contested links from the takedown notice
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+ 2. Your contact information, including an email address
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+ 3. The following statements:
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+
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+    1.
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+       > I swear, under penalty of perjury, that I have a good-faith belief that
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+       > the material was removed or disabled as a result of a mistake or
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+       > misidentification of the material to be removed or disabled.
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+    2.
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+       > I consent to the jurisdiction of Federal District Court for the
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+       > judicial district in which my address is located (if in the United
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+       > States, otherwise the Western District of Texas where Asymptote Club
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+       > administrator Zebulon McCorkle is located), and I will accept service
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+       > of process from the person who provided the DMCA notification or an
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+       > agent of such person.
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+ 4. A physical or electronic signature
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+
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+For best results, follow the
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+[GitHub guide to submitting a DMCA counter notice](https://help.github.com/articles/guide-to-submitting-a-dmca-counter-notice/)

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-# What we expect of you
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-> Copyright (C) 2018 Zebulon McCorkle.  
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-> Permission is granted to copy, distribute and/or modify this document
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-> under the terms of the GNU Free Documentation License, Version 1.3
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-> or any later version published by the Free Software Foundation;
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-> with no Invariant Sections, no Front-Cover Texts, and no Back-Cover Texts.
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-> A copy of the license is included in the `COPYING.md` file.
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-
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-Asymptote Club is a community, and communities tend to have a code of conduct.
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-Ours is pretty lax, mostly consisting of what is legally required of us.
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-
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-## Copyright
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-
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-If you don't have a license for it, don't post it on Asymptote Club
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-infrastructure. That's the gist.
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-
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-If you're a copyright holder and your property is hosted on Asymptote Club
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-without license, send a message (email or letter) to the named DMCA agent below
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-containing the following:
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-
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- 1. Link to any offending content
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-    
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-    Must contain links to every offending page. Only linked pages will be looked
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-    at and possibly taken down.
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- 2. Your contact information, including an email address
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- 3. The following statements:
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-
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-    1.
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-       > I have a good faith belief that use of the copyrighted materials
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-       > described above on the infringing web pages is not authorized by the
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-       > copyright owner, or its agent, or the law. I have taken fair use into
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-       > consideration.
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-    2.
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-       > I swear, under penalty of perjury, that the information in this
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-       > notification is accurate and that I am the copyright owner, or am
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-       > authorized to act on behalf of the owner, of an exclusive right that is
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-       > allegedly infringed.
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- 4. A physical or electronic signature
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-
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-For best results, follow the
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-[GitHub guide to submitting a DMCA takedown notice](https://help.github.com/articles/guide-to-submitting-a-dmca-takedown-notice/).
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-
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-The DMCA agent will work expeditiously to take down the offending content,
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-publish your takedown request on the Asymptote Club website, and contact the
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-offending member. The offending member may submit a counter-notice, which will
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-be sent to you. If you have not taken legal action within 14 days of us
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-delivering the counter-notice by email, Asymptote Club may reinstate the
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-content.
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-
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-### Counter-notices
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-
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-A counter notice must contain the following:
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-
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- 1. Any contested links from the takedown notice
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- 2. Your contact information, including an email address
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- 3. The following statements:
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-
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-    1.
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-       > I swear, under penalty of perjury, that I have a good-faith belief that
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-       > the material was removed or disabled as a result of a mistake or
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-       > misidentification of the material to be removed or disabled.
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-    2.
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-       > I consent to the jurisdiction of Federal District Court for the
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-       > judicial district in which my address is located (if in the United
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-       > States, otherwise the Western District of Texas where Asymptote Club
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-       > administrator Zebulon McCorkle is located), and I will accept service
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-       > of process from the person who provided the DMCA notification or an
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-       > agent of such person.
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- 4. A physical or electronic signature
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-
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-For best results, follow the
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-[GitHub guide to submitting a DMCA counter-notice](https://help.github.com/articles/guide-to-submitting-a-dmca-counter-notice/)
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-
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-## Illegal Content
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-
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-Do not host content which is against the law in the following jurisdictions:
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- 1. Texas, United States
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-    This is where administrator Zebulon McCorkle is located.
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- 2. New Jersey, United States
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-    
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-    This is where infrastructure is located.