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You accept all risks from using Echelon. We will not be responsible for damage (including damage caused by viruses) to your computer or software, or any losses you suffer as a result of using, subscribing to, viewing, or installing Echelon.
You must not, without our permission in writing: reproduce or copy Echelon including any of its interfaces, logos, styles or content.
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Subscribing to Echelon
Use of Echelon (beyond any free trial) requires a paid monthly subscription.
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Echelon subscription fees are purely for the use of the Echelon system and infrastructure, and are not to be interpreted as a payment or license fee for any Twitter content, nor do they imply any form of license between the original content rightsholder and you, the Echelon user.
Prices for monthly packages are subject to change on a monthly period. If you subscribe to a particular package but then change to a differently-priced package you will be charged or credited a pro-rata fee for the remainder of the month.
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Echelon is not accountable for any loss of service due to 3rd party outages, API changes or usage terms changes including (but not limited to):
- A service disruption to Twitter or the Twitter API
- A service disruption to Amazon web services (particularly EC2 and Route53)
- A service disruption to Heroku
- Improper content being posted to Twitter, or any violation of Twitter’s own terms of service
- Your Twitter account hitting the standard Twitter request limit threshold.
A fair usage policy exists for all packages of Echelon. Echelon reserves the right to suspend any accounts which attract traffic above 1GB/month.
By using Echelon you agree that Echelon and Pixie Labs (UK) Ltd may gather your Twitter nickname, Facebook name or any other "handle" for social media accounts that we from time to time enable on the site. We may use this information to improve the Echelon service as well as other services built and operated by Pixie Labs (UK) Ltd. We may use this information to market services to you directly. As part of the Echelon website we may from time to time show your own Twitter handle or other public social media handle to other users. We will never pass on user details in bulk to 3rd parties.
Echelon and Pixie Labs (UK) Ltd may also collect usage patterns about you, including how often you use the site, which parts of the site you use, and what your IP address is. We use this information to provide a better quality service and to improve the quality of other Pixie Labs (UK) Ltd services. We will never pass on this information to 3rd parties or make it public.
Echelon or Pixie Labs (UK) Ltd may publish anonymised, aggregated user data for the purposes of marketing information or informational public blog posts and articles.
Echelon never stores your password for Twitter. When you log into Echelon using Twitter, we do not know or store your password at any point.
If you subscribe to Echelon we will collect your email address in order to facilitate your service. We store this information using industry-standard security and techniques, and will never knowingly share or publish this information to the public or 3rd parties.
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