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The content of this web site is for political, informational, and curiosity purposes. It is not intended to be sexual or offensive, although may be construed in this manner by some persons. This website and its contents has been published as political speech to protest censorship of expression that many legal scholars agree should be protected under the United States Constitution; however this content is not intended to be accessed from locations where such material may violate local, state, federal, or international law. TNGP acts as neither primary nor secondary producer, but merely hosts a social networking/file sharing web site. Individual users of the network are solely responsible for the content they publish at this web site. No content that is overtly sexual, non-consensual, or violent is advocated at this web site. Because of the graphic nature of certain images on this web site, parents are cautioned, and minors under the age of 18 are prohibited from accessing these pages. The U.S. Supreme Court declared the Child Online Protection Act of 1998 to be unconstitutional and stated that there is a parental responsibility to prevent children from accessing adult web sites. In United States v. Playboy Entertainment Group, Inc., it was ruled that "the objective of shielding children does not suffice to support a complete ban if protection can be obtained by a less restrictive alternative". The Miller v. California test for obscenity does not apply to this web site because this web site is a form of constitutionally protected political speech, is not intended to appeal to a prurient interest, and depicts no sexual conduct. TNGP is hosted and operated outside the United States of America, but its content is constitutionally protected when accessed under United States jurisdiction. The U.S. Supreme Court ruled that people have the right to privacy and the right to view "obscene" materials in the privacy of their own homes. Stanley v. Georgia allows private possession of "obscene" materials in one's own home and allows individuals the right to receive information and ideas regardless of their social worth. Statutes that prohibit the distribution of banned materials to those who have the constitutional right to have them are void under the 5th Amendment according to Carey v. Population Services International and Craig v. Boren. The United States can no longer enforce a "moral code" in light of the Supreme Court ruling of Lawrence v. Texas, which declares sodomy laws to be unconstitutional.
2257 EXEMPTION STATEMENT: All participants depicted with nudity on this web site were 18 years of age or older when the images were created. All visual images displayed on this web site are exempt from the provisions of 18 U.S.C. 2257, 2257A, and/or 28 C.F.R. 75 because said they do not portray conduct as specifically listed in 18 U.S.C. 2256 (2) (A) through (D), as amended, or 2257A(a)(1), but are merely depictions of non-sexually explicit nudity, or are depictions involving display of the genitals or pubic area created prior to July 27, 2006, or are otherwise exempt because the visual depictions were created prior to July 3, 1995. TNGP acts as neither primary nor secondary producer, but merely hosts a social networking/file sharing web site. Individual users of the network are solely responsible for the content they publish at this web site.
LIMITATION OF BUSINESS ACTIVITY: TNGP reserves the right to refuse business to certain countries, states, provinces, counties or cities - depending on local laws and regulations governing those regions.
LIMITATION OF RESPONSIBILITY: Availability of certain videos can change without notice. Users of the TNGP are solely responsible for the security and integrity of their own downloaded purchases. TNGP is not responsible for loss of data that the user fails to backup on his or her own hard drive. Free replacement video downloads are offered as a courtesy only, and TNGP is under no obligation to replace a user's lost file due to his or her own neglect or hardware failure.
USER CONDUCT: Members of this website are expected to conduct themselves in a courteous manner, specifically when leaving comments or reviews for movies and also during communications with website staff. Images, videos and member logins from this website are not to be shared in any transmission including, but not limited to; email, message boards, forums or other websites, unless specific authorization is given. Members acting on behalf of competitor websites is prohibited. TNGP reserves the right to terminate any account without notice for a violation or conflict of interest mentioned in this section.
ABANDONED ACCOUNTS: Accounts without a purchase or credit for over 90 days are considered abandoned. If an account is deleted with a remaining token balance, those tokens are forfeited. Deleted accounts can be reactivated, along with any previous account history and token balance at the user's request after the user creates a new account and makes a purchase. "Purchase" refers to the purchase of tokens, and not the purchase of a movie file. "Credit" refers to payment of tokens for contribution of a movie file.
PAYMENTS: TNGP only accepts credit and debit cards branded with the VISA, MasterCard, Discover and JCB logos. TNGP members are required to use only credit and debit cards issued in their own name. Use of another person's credit or debit card can result in account termination, even if prior authorization from the third party has been given.
DISPUTES & REFUNDS: There are no refunds. If you have a problem with the service, please contact us by email so it can be resolved to everyone's satisfaction. If you initiate a credit card dispute, chargeback, or inquiry, your access to TNGP, and all releated sites, will be blocked permanently. We challenge and win most credit card disputes and send unresolved cases to collection agencies. In some cases of chargeback fraud, we will file a police report with Interpol or with law enforcement from the customer's originating jurisdiction. Although "friendly fraud" is considered just a cost of doing business by credit card banks, it is still illegal, and police will investigate most cases as theft if a merchant reports the loss.
DMCA: TNGP is hosted outside DMCA treaty jurisdiction. Therefore, TNGP has no legal obligation to comply with DMCA takedown requests. In practice, TNGP will usually remove videos as a COURTESY if a proper DMCA takedown notice is received. All content featured at TNGP is posted by third-party users. TNGP is not responsible for the source of the content received.
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