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Terms & Conditions of Use for The Chicago Manual of Style Online
Use of the University of Chicago Press (Press) Chicago Manual of Style Online (CMOS) is subject to the following Terms & Conditions of Use.
By accessing CMOS, you agree to comply with these Terms in addition to all other applicable laws and regulations. If you do not agree, you may not use CMOS. The Press may terminate your access to CMOS at any time without liability if the Press determines in good faith that you have violated any of these Terms.
These Terms may be modified at any time without notice.
1. PERMITTED USE
As a current individual subscriber to CMOS, a member of a group with a current subscription to CMOS, or an Authorized User of an institution with a current subscription to CMOS, you may access, search, and view CMOS content, including the digitized version of The Chicago Manual of Style, the Chicago-Style Citation Quick Guide and Tools, and the Chicago Style Q&A.
If you are an individual subscriber or a member of a group with a subscription to CMOS, you may also create your own unique profile to access and post to The Chicago Manual of Style Online Forum, to communicate with other CMOS users, and to utilize the customization features of My Manual enabling you to add Bookmarks, insert Notes, and create Style Sheets for your personal use and to share with your colleagues.
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2. USER RESPONSIBILITIES
You are responsible for safeguarding the username and password assigned to your account, and you are responsible for any violation of these Terms by anyone who accesses CMOS through you or using your username and password.
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