1. Description of Service
afterparty19.info is a free service that provides a way to anonymously collect COVID-19 status from participants at an event by sharing an event link with them. All users with the link are able to view the number of positive cases and various impact metrics.
We also provide safety tips and reading materials.
2. Use License
Permission is granted to download the materials on AFTERPARTY–19's Website. This is the grant of a license, not a transfer of title, and under this license you may not:
- attempt to reverse engineer any software contained on AFTERPARTY–19's Website;
- remove any copyright or other proprietary notations from downloaded or printed materials (an exception is made for downloaded QR codes where they are designed to allow cutting away the text);
- send large numbers of automated requests to the webservice;
- attempt to use the webservice for an unintended purpose;
- charge for the use of any downloaded materials;
Certain sections of the website, such as the Safety Tips are explicitly marked with a creative commons license. Check the bottom of the page for the exact license granted.
This license to AFTERPARTY–19 will terminate upon violations of any of these restrictions. Upon termination, your viewing right will also be terminated and you should destroy any downloaded materials in your possession whether it is printed or electronic format. These Terms of Service has been created with the help of the Terms Of Service Generator.
If you would like to host your own version of this site in other languages or jurisdictions, or help us localize this version, please get in touch with us at email@example.com. As a volunteer free service, we may not have the capacity to localize the site ourselves.
AFTERPARTY-19 and the domain afterparty19.info and associated logos and logotypes are trademarks and may not be used by other services without written permission. This should not be construed to affect linking to the site or the intended use of the materials on the site.
All the materials on AFTERPARTY–19's Website are provided "as is". AFTERPARTY–19 makes no warranties, may it be expressed or implied, therefore negates all other warranties. Furthermore, AFTERPARTY–19 does not make any representations concerning the accuracy or reliability of the use of the materials on its Website or otherwise relating to such materials or any sites linked to this Website.
AFTERPARTY–19 or its suppliers will not be hold accountable for any damages that will arise with the use or inability to use the materials on AFTERPARTY–19's Website, even if AFTERPARTY–19 or an authorize representative of this Website has been notified, orally or written, of the possibility of such damage. Some jurisdiction does not allow limitations on implied warranties or limitations of liability for incidental damages, these limitations may not apply to you.
7. Revisions and Errata
The materials appearing on AFTERPARTY–19's Website may include technical, typographical, or photographic errors. AFTERPARTY–19 will not promise that any of the materials in this Website are accurate, complete, or current. AFTERPARTY–19 may change the materials contained on its website at any time without notice. AFTERPARTY–19 does not make any commitment to update the materials.
AFTERPARTY–19 has not reviewed all of the sites linked to its Website and is not responsible for the contents of any such linked site. The presence of any link does not imply endorsement by AFTERPARTY–19 of the site. The use of any linked website is at the user's own risk.
10. Your Privacy
11. Governing Law and Jurisdiction
Any claim related to AFTERPARTY–19's Website shall be governed by the laws of the United States of America without regards to its conflict of law provisions.
Any claims arising from the use of the service will be litigated in Pennsylvania, Lackawana County. You agree to limit our liability to a maximum of $250.
12. User Accounts
You may create an account with AFTERPARTY–19 in order to create event links. You do not need an account to view an event or submit a case report. By creating an account, you agree to not make abusive or malicious use of the service (for example, by creating large numbers of non-functional accounts). You agree not to intentionally name your account using offensive terms.
By creating an event, you understand that all information provided will be potentially public and give permission to aggregate, share, and use event information to advocate for COVID–19 mitigations. We do not collect identifying information from event participants for COVID-19 status reports. We cannot and will not help you identify a submitter.
Furthermore, you agree to:
- Comply with reasonable requests from the event host, local law, and contracts that you are a willing party to.
- Not create events with libelous information (e.g. such as in the event title or date).
- Not to submit false case reports in order to damage the reputation of the event host.
- Not to create large number of events that do not reflect credible potential or actual events in the real world.
- Not to infringe on trademark or copyrights. You can submit a Digital Millenium Copyright Act request to firstname.lastname@example.org.
- Not to create events with highly offensive titles (e.g. including racist, sexist, or otherwise dehumanizing language).
- Waive our liability to the maximum extent possible.
AFTERPARTY–19 may at its sole discretion delete an event if we become aware of abusive or malicious use of the service. We may at our sole discretion temporarily limit your event until you supply corrective information.
14. COVID–19 Status Reports
By submitting a COVID–19 status report, I attest the information provided is true and submitted to the correct event. I understand that all information provided will be potentially public and give permission to aggregate, share, and use de-identified status report information to advocate for COVID–19 mitigations.
In order to protect the reputational integrity of our service, we cannot manipulate contents of COVID–19 Status Reports. We reserve the right to mass delete reports that we determine after an investigation to be fraudulent (e.g. mass automated submissions). This will be done sparingly.
15. Merging Events
If multiple event links are created for a single event and the results need to be combined, write to email@example.com to request a merge. The owners of all merged events must agree to merge and which event the data will be merged to. In the future, this process may be automated.