In subscribing to the Australian manual of style (AMOS), by Biotext Pty Ltd and Macquarie University (the Publishers), it is assumed that you have read, understood and accepted the conditions of purchase as listed below.
The Publishers grant access to individual users to create their own unique profile, search, view, and add to the Bookmarks feature of AMOS during the specified term of the subscription. The customer’s card is debited by Stripe at the time of processing the purchase. After reviewing order details, the customer may opt to proceed to payment. After entering their credit card details (Visa or Mastercard only), the customer receives a message from Stripe as to the success or failure of their transaction, as conveyed to the stylemanual.com.au website.
The Publishers do not have access to card details unless a customer calls the Publishers and asks a member of staff to complete an order on their behalf. In this case, the customer’s card details will be entered into the system by the Publishers, but the information will not be stored.
Data are encrypted for the customer’s safety. The Publishers cannot be held responsible for a security failure originating with Stripe or other suppliers. The customer may also request an invoice and pay through their own accounts payable department. Note that subscriptions will not start until payment is received.
The Publishers grant access to organisations with organisation subscription accounts to AMOS during the specified term of the subscription. An organisation subscription allows the specified number of members to access AMOS simultaneously during the term of the subscription.
By registering for an organisation subscription to AMOS, the self-appointed organisation manager will act on behalf of the organisation and each of its members with regard to their access to AMOS. The organisation will provide an IP address or range of addresses, and a subscription user is granted access to the address or within the range of addresses.
The organisation is responsible for making all reasonable efforts to prevent access by anyone other than subscriber users, and is responsible for terminating any unauthorised access of which it has actual notice or knowledge. Failure by the organisation to take prompt and reasonable steps to terminate unauthorised use may result in suspension or termination of access.
Academic institution subscription
The Publishers grant access to academic institution subscription users to AMOS during the specified term of the subscription. Subscription users are members of an academic institution, and are limited to research and teaching staff, employees, students, and onsite users of the institution’s library and computer network facilities with lawful access to an IP address registered with the institution for this purpose.
The academic institution will provide an IP address or range of addresses, and a subscription user is granted access to the address or within the range of addresses. Off-campus users would use the institution’s proxy to connect from the supplied IP range. The Bookmarks feature will not be operational because it is only suitable for individual user profiles.
The academic institution is responsible for making all reasonable efforts to prevent access by anyone other than subscription users, and is responsible for terminating any unauthorised access of which it has actual notice or knowledge. Failure by the academic institution to take prompt and reasonable steps to terminate unauthorised use may result in suspension or termination of access.
The Publishers reserve the right at their sole discretion not to supply certain customers, or customers in certain countries, or to apply any limitations of quantity or value deemed appropriate.
Unless otherwise stated, all content appearing on the AMOS website – including text, images, audio, video, computer code and software, as well as AMOS, Macquarie University and Biotext logos and trademarks – is the copyright and sole property of the Publishers. Unauthorised use is an infringement of Australian and foreign intellectual property laws.
Except for personal reference, content may not be downloaded, copied, reproduced, republished, modified, posted, sold, reused, translated or distributed in any form or by any means without the prior written permission of the Publishers. If you wish to obtain permission to use material from the website, please contact us at email@example.com. You may download and distribute the quick guides, in their entirety, as needed.
Due effort has been made to contact copyright holders of material that appears in AMOS. If we have been unable to contact you, please write to firstname.lastname@example.org so that we may rectify the position.
Disclaimer of warranties and limitation of liability
This website is provided by the Publishers on an ‘as is’ and ‘as available’ basis. The Publishers make no representations or warranties of any kind, expressed or implied, as to the operation of this website or the information, content, materials or products included on this website. You expressly agree that your use of this website is at your sole risk, and all materials and information on the website are for your personal, noncommercial use.
To the full extent permissible by applicable law, the Publishers disclaim all warranties, expressed or implied, including but not limited to merchantability and fitness for a particular purpose. The Publishers do not warrant that this website, its servers or email sent from the Publishers are free from viruses, or warrant the website’s uninterrupted availability. The Publishers will not be liable for any damages of any kind arising from the use of this website, including without limitation direct, indirect, incidental and consequential damages, and loss of business or profits.
The Publishers reserve the right to make corrections and changes to this website at any time without notice.