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CamShow Recorder makes the information and products available to you on this website, subject to the following terms and conditions. By accessing this website, you agree to these terms and conditions. CamShow Recorder reserves the right to seek all remedies in law and equity for any violation of these terms and conditions.

Any rights not expressly granted herein are reserved.

There are inherent dangers in the use of any Software available for downloading on the Internet, and CamShow Recorder Software hereby admonishes you to make sure that you completely understand all of the risks before downloading any of the Software (including without limitation, the potential infection of your system by computer viruses and loss of data). You are solely responsible for adequate protection and backup of the data and equipment used in connection with any of the Software.

IMAGES: All logos, splash screens, page headers, images and graphics displayed on this Site are service marks, trademarks, and/or trade dress (collectively, “Marks”) of CamShow Recorder or its third-party licensors.. Except as expressly permitted herein, using, copying, transmitting, displaying, modifying or distributing any Marks in any form or by any means without the express written permission of CamShow Recorder is prohibited and may violate the copyright, trademark, privacy or other local laws.

INDEMNITY: You agree to defend, indemnify and hold CamShow Recorder, its affiliates and their officers, directors, agents, and employees harmless from and against any and all claims, losses, damages, liabilities, costs, and expenses, including attorneys’ fees, arising from or related to your user content, use of the Site, or violation of any of these Terms.

FEEDBACK: Any comments or materials sent to CamShow Recorder Software, including without limitation feedback, such as questions, comments, suggestions or any related information regarding the Software, this website or any other products, programs or services of CamShow Recorder Software (“Feedback”), shall be deemed to be non-confidential. CamShow Recorder Software shall have no obligation of any kind with respect to such Feedback and shall be free to reproduce, use, disclose, exhibit, display, transform, create derivative works and distribute the Feedback to others without limitation and shall be free to use any ideas, concepts, know-how or techniques contained in such Feedback for any purpose whatsoever, including but not limited to developing, manufacturing and marketing products incorporating such Feedback.

REPRODUCTIONS: Any authorized reproductions of any of the information contained herein must include copyright notices, trademarks or other proprietary legends of CamShow Recorder Software, on any copy of the materials made by you. The local laws govern the license for the Software and use of this website.

COPYRIGHT: Copyright in this website (including without limitation, text, graphics, logos, sounds and software) is owned and licensed by CamShow Recorder All materials contained on this site are protected by local and international copyright law and may not be copied, reproduced, distributed, transmitted, displayed, published adapted, or dealt with in any form or by any means or in any media without the prior written permission of CamShow Recorder.  You may not alter or remove any copyright or other notice from copies of the content.

TIME SHIFTING: “Time shifting” is a legal term that initially referred to a recording made of broadcasts such as television programs via VHS and Betamax tapes. However, in recent years more issues related to time-shifting have emerged.

The major legal issue involved in time-shifting concerns “fair use” law and the possibility of copyright infringement. These issues were first raised in a dispute between Universal Studios in its capacity as a producer of television programming and Sony in its capacity as the manufacturer of Betamax video recorders. A 1979 Supreme Court case between the two established the foundations of time-shifting law. Universal Studios argued that the Betamax video recorder violated its copyright laws by giving consumers the right to reproduce and maintain their own copies of the programming. The Supreme Court ruled in favor of Sony, a ruling which was subsequently challenged, overturned, and reversed yet again by the Supreme Court in 1984.

As a result, the right of consumers to engage in time-shifting practices for their own convenience has been established. This does not mean that consumers may record broadcasts and resell the videotapes or DVDs of these for commercial profit or gain. Rather, time-shifting law simply allows for consumers to record a program and view it at their own convenience.

The introduction of digital video recording (DVR) applications such as Tivo has also been deemed legally acceptable for consumers. However, the time-shifting law regarding the ability to skip advertisements has not yet been fully clarified. Some providers, such as satellite TV companies, have introduced DVR features allowing consumers to skip over advertising entirely when watching a program that has been recorded to their DVR. The legality of this service, for which an extra fee can be assessed, has been challenged by television broadcasters, who assert that this form of time-shifting is a violation of their copyright. As of October 2012, the law in this area remains ambiguous.

When you download and use “CamShow Recorder” (the software) are agreeing that you are NOT using the software for commercial use. 

TRADEMARK: CamShow Recorder  is a trademark of CamShow Recorder and legally protected by law. It may only be used with the prior written permission of CamShow Recorder in each specific instance. The use of the CamShow Recorder trademark for commercial purposes without the prior written permission of CamShow Recorder will constitute trademark infringement and unfair competition in violation of the law.

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