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We at Linden Lab offer the official Second Life viewer and the Snowglobe viewer for connecting to Second Life.
If you're looking for a more customized or experimental experience, we do permit you to use third-party software to connect to Second Life from any device (“Third-Party Viewers”). To promote a positive and predictable experience for all Residents of Second Life, we require users of Third-Party Viewers and those who develop or distribute them (“Developers”) to comply with this Policy and the Second Life Terms of Service.
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Your Responsibility for Third-Party Viewers
If you are a user or Developer of Third-Party Viewers:
- 1. You are responsible for all uses you make of Third-Party Viewers. If you are a Developer, you are responsible for all features, functionality, code, and content of Third-Party Viewers that you develop or distribute.
+ 1. You are responsible for all uses you make of Third-Party Viewers.
2. Linden Lab does not provide customer support services for issues related to Third-Party Viewers. If you are a user of a Third-Party Viewer, you may contact us for customer support, but if we believe your issue is related to your Third-Party Viewer, we may not be able to assist you and may direct you to the Developer of the Third-Party Viewer. If you are a Developer, we urge you to provide customer support services for issues related to your Third-Party Viewer.
3. All use and distribution of Third-Party Viewers must comply with Linden Lab policies and applicable law and must not:
1. Violate or promote violation of the Second Life Terms of Service or Community Standards.
2. Violate or promote violation of any applicable law or the rights of any individual or entity; or
3. Expose Second Life users, Linden Lab, or third parties to legal liability or harm as determined by us in our sole discretion.
- 4. You assume all risks, expenses, and defects of any Third-Party Viewers that you use, develop, or distribute. Linden Lab shall not be responsible or liable for any Third-Party Viewers.
+ 4. You assume all risks, expenses, and defects of any Third-Party Viewers that you use. Linden Lab shall not be responsible or liable for any Third-Party Viewers.
5. If you are a user, we suggest taking reasonable precautions, including virus scanning, before installing and using a Third-Party Viewer. We suggest these precautions even for applications in the Viewer Directory because self-certification is no guarantee of an application’s compliance with this Policy.
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3. If a Third-Party Viewer or your use or distribution of it violates this Policy or any Linden Lab policy, your permission to access Second Life using the Third-Party Viewer shall terminate automatically. You acknowledge and agree that we may require you to stop using or distributing a Third-Party Viewer for accessing Second Life if we determine that there is a violation.
4. If you are a Third-Party Viewer Developer, you agree to provide any content, data, executables, or for Third-Party Viewers based on our viewers, any source code that we may request to verify compliance with our policies, licenses, the GPL, or the law. If we believe that your Third-Party Viewer is not in compliance, we may request that you add, modify, or remove features, functionality, code or content, and you agree to comply with the request within a reasonable timeframe specified by Linden Lab.
5. We may enforce this Policy in our sole discretion, including but not limited to by removing a Third-Party Viewer from the Viewer Directory and suspending or terminating the Second Life accounts of Developers or users of a Third-Party Viewer. We further reserve the right to take any and all technological measures we deem appropriate to block a Third-Party Viewer from accessing Second Life, and to pursue any and all legal and equitable remedies.
+ 6. Nothing in this Policy is intended to modify the terms of the GPL.
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28. By “user data,” we mean information collected from users.
29. By “version number,” we mean the number associated with a version of a Third-Party Viewer as described here.
30. By “viewer identifier,” we mean the combination of the version name, version variant, and version number for a particular release of a Third-Party Viewer as described here.
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