ACCEPTABLE USE GUIDELINES

You must read these Acceptable Use Guidelines, and related documents (the Privacy Policy and the Terms of Use), carefully before accessing or using any of the AMS Web Sites (as hereinafter defined). By accessing or using the AMS Web Sites, you agree to be bound by these Acceptable Use Guidelines and the Privacy Policy and Terms of Use, and all the terms and conditions set forth herein and therein. If you wish not to be bound by these terms you must navigate away from any of the AMS Web Sites now, and you are prohibited from accessing and using such Web sites until such time as you are willing to be so bound. If you use the AMS Web Sites in a manner inconsistent with these Terms of Use, the Privacy Policy or the Terms of Use AMS may terminate your access, block your future access and/or seek such other additional relief as AMS, in its sole and reasonable discretion, shall determine. These Acceptable Use Guidelines may be modified per the terms of Section 1 of the Terms of Use.

AMS does not monitor or screen any information provided to, or transmitted through, any of the AMS Web Sites (as that term is defined in AMS; Terms of Use). Notwithstanding the foregoing, AMS reserves the right to so monitor or screen at any time in the future. In the event AMS does begin monitoring or screening in the future, AMS expressly reserves the right to remove any of your information AMS decides, in its sole determination, fails to conform to these Acceptable Use Guidelines or otherwise violates AMS’ Terms of Use or the Privacy Policy. Therefore, in order to foster an efficient, informative and valuable resource to you and other users of the AMS Web Sites, and to avoid any harm that might result from the dissemination of false, malicious, or otherwise harmful messages, information and statements, AMS has established, and will enforce, the following Acceptable Use Guidelines to guide your behavior while using the AMS Web Sites:

1. You shall always use your real name whenever your name is required for interaction with the AMS Web Sites unless anonymity is specifically permitted;

2. You shall not interfere with any other users of the AMS Web Sites;

3. You shall not use the functionality and capabilities of the AMS Web Sites to conduct any activity or solicit or encourage the performance by another of any illegal activity or other activity which infringes the rights of others;

4. You shall not post or transmit any message which is harmful, threatening, abusive or hateful, however it is not AMS’ intent or desire to discourage you from communicating controversial ideas or policies whether popular or otherwise;

5. You may not use the AMS Web Sites in any manner designed as a solicitation, whether commercial or otherwise, to other AMS Web Site users or third-parties;

6. You may not use any automated software program, such as a spider or robot, to monitor or copy any information, in whole or in part, contained on the AMS Web Sites;

7. You are prohibited from posting or transmitting any message, data, image or program that is or would be violative of the property rights of others, including intangible rights in intellectual property (i.e. copyrights, service marks, etc.);

8. You are prohibited from posting or transmitting any message which is libelous, defamatory or which discloses private or personal matters concerning any person (yourself excluded) or other entity;

9. You are prohibited from posting or transmitting any message, data, image or program which is, in AMS’ sole and reasonable discretion, indecent, obscene or pornographic; and

10. You may not post or transmit any file which contains a virus, worm, “Trojan Horse,” or any other contaminating or destructive code.

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