Which? Tech Daily terms and conditions

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Please ensure any content you print, copy or download from our website is for your personal use only. You must not use or encourage others to use our website (or its contents) for their or your commercial gain or in a way that could damage the reputation of Which?.

Please remember that much of our website content is provided by the users of Which? Tech Daily which means, of course, that much of the information on the website does not reflect the views of Which?. It also means, unfortunately, we are unable to guarantee the accuracy of all the information on our website.

Please take the time to check any advice on our website is right for your individual circumstances and if you are making any important decisionssuch as on financial, legal or medical matters, you should consult a qualified professional adviser who can provide specific advice based on your individual position.

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What happens if you don’t comply with these terms? We will treat any non-compliance as a serious issue, and if we think you have breached any of these terms, we may take any action that we consider appropriate. This may include:

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We will not compensate you for any loss you may suffer as a result of:

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  • the additional circumstances set out in our general terms.