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Users acknowledge that even though iEARN (and designated collaborative partner organizations) does its best to prevent it from happening, we cannot be held responsible for the misuse or abuse of any image, intellectual property or resources.
iEARN also reserves the right to remove any approved image, intellectual property or resources at any time if we believe it may be infringing on any copyright or violating any other rights of a third party or may be otherwise illegal.
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