Most user agreements are long complicated things that no-one really reads let alone fully understands.
We've tried to make ours simple... mostly by making you agree to be responsible for everything and absolving us of any responsibility.
The usual caveat applies - if you use our software then you explicitly agree to everything below (even if you haven't read it).
"we" : That's us, the people who own, write, run and maintain the CiRF software.
"you, your" : That's you.
"the software" : Covers everything from the CiRF browser extension to the web sites, services and data storage on our servers.
"content" : That's generally the comments you, and others, make but also any other interaction with the software.
You agree that ...
... you are liable for any legal, civil or other issues arising from your use of the software.
... we have no liability in respect of your use of the software.
... you will will not attempt to alter the software to make it function in a manner it was not intended for.
... that we can use the content for the purposes of the software.
... we can withdraw the software at any time.
... we can deny you access to the software at any time.
All traffic between your browser and our servers is done over HTTPS, we don't use HTTP.
We don't know your email address so we will never send you an email.
We don't know your Guardian password, only your Guardian user id and Guardian user name.
The Comment is Really Free browser extension is in no way affiliated to Guardian News and Media Limited or its affiliated companies.
Any content used in screenshots from theguardian.com website courtesy of Guardian News & Media Limited under their Open Licence Terms.
You can email us at admin at commentisreallyfree.com address.