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A.1 Your use of the SERVICES is expressly conditioned on your acceptance without modification of this Agreement. By completing the registration process to be able to use the Services or by using the Services, you signify your unconditional acceptance of this Agreement and this Agreement takes effect and continues until your account is terminated. INTERNATIONAL ENGINEERING JOURNAL SOCIETY may change this Agreement at any time; such changes will be effective immediately upon posting the same on the INTERNATIONAL ENGINEERING JOURNAL SOCIETY internet site from where the Services are being offered by INTERNATIONAL ENGINEERING JOURNAL SOCIETY, transmission of notice by e-mail, postal mail, or any other means. Each time you use the Service reaffirms your acceptance of the then-current Agreement. If you do not agree with any part of this Agreement or any then-current Agreement, you must not use, or continue to use, the Services and immediately terminate your account as set forth below.

A.2 INTERNATIONAL ENGINEERING JOURNAL SOCIETY may discontinue or alter any portion or all of the Services or any aspect of the Service at any time, without notice, without liability and in INTERNATIONAL ENGINEERING JOURNAL SOCIETY's sole discretion.

A.3 You may only make use of the Services as permitted by this Agreement, INTERNATIONAL ENGINEERING JOURNAL SOCIETY's policies, rules and practices (all as may be established or changed from time to time in the same manner as changes to the Agreement), and any applicable laws.

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