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  • (281) 846-3073

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Academic Earth, LLC
1101 Red Ventures Drive
Fort Mill, South Carolina 29707
United States

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1001 McKinney Street,

Suite 400,

Houston,

Texas 77002

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Academic Earth Terms of Service
Website are a company based in the United States. In order for all of Company's users to enjoy the Academic Earth Services, it is important to follow the terms and conditions described in this Terms of Use ("Terms of Use" or "Terms"). By visiting the Academic Earth Site (whether or not The User of Website are a registered member) or using any of the Academic Earth Services on any of the Sites, The Customer are accepting this Terms of Use. Please take a moment to carefully read through these Terms. Any visit to the Academic Earth Site or use of the Academic Earth Services on any of the Sites by The User of company services after the new Terms are posted will indicate The Client's agreement to such change. Therefore, it is important The User of company services read this page regularly to ensure The Client are familiar with the most updated terms. The Academic Earth Site includes a combination of content that Academic Earth license from third parties or that is created and posted by Company's users.
To read more: https://academicearth.org/terms-of-service/
Academic Earth Privacy Policy
Thank The User for The Client's interest and use of the content and services of AcademicEarth.org. This page will explain how AcademicEarth.org gathers and utilizes different kinds of information so that Academic Earth may provide users with content, products, and services relevant to education options and related topics. By using Company's website, The User of Website are agreeing to this Terms of Use and Privacy Policy. Even when academicearth.org obtain consent explicitly or implicitly, AcademicEarth.org's legitimate interest in obtaining data for its university and other education related clients is its legal basis for collecting data from persons in the European Union and countries with similar privacy laws. This data aids in creating improvements in Company's user experience, such as providing more relevant and tailored content. This data includes (but is not limited to) The User's browser version, operating system version, and The Client's IP address.
To read more: https://academicearth.org/privacy-policy/
Academic Earth FAQ
As of this writing, there are over fifteen hundred videos from MIT, Stanford, Berkeley, Harvard, Princeton, and Yale. Website are adding more every day. Some of these are grouped into courses, which each contain anywhere from 4 to 50 lectures. No - but feel free to learn as much as the user of company services would like. Yes, when the "Download" option appears The Client of Academic Earth can download a QuickTime version of the lecture. If possible, please submit feedback on the page where The User of company services ran into the problem or copy the web address of the video into The Client's message. This way The company will know exactly where to go. Unfortunately, Company's videos are not available in certain areas due to reasons beyond Academic Earth's' control; if The Client are unable to view any or most of Company's videos, and The User's software is up to date, it may be due to The Client's location. I remember seeing a certain lecture on the site, but I cannot find it now.
To read more: https://academicearth.org/faq/
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