First things first:
Here's a few key notes:
- Do not impersonate someone else.
- Do not upload a file to Lithiio if it is a virus and/or malware of any kind (all files are anonymously submitted to various 3rd party virus-scanners).
- Do not upload a file to Lithiio if that file is not legal in the United States and/or Washington state.
- Do not upload a file to Lithiio if anyone owns the copyright to it or might own the copyright to it in the future.
- Do not upload a file to Lithiio if someone who is not you owns the entirety of the data or content you are uploading.
If we determine you have violated any of the items on the list or do anything illegal or within our jurisdiction, we will: ban you, delete all your files, report you to the authorities if necessary, and/or prevent you from accessing Lithiio.
Additionally, once your account has had no activity (not including files on your account being accessed) for a period of 12 months or more, we reserve the right to delete your account and all associated files and data associated to it with or without warning. "Activity" in this context may include but isn't limited to:
- Uploading a new file using the API key associated with your account.
- Successfully logging in or out of your Lithiio account via any of the apps.
- Visiting any page on the Lithiio website while logged in.
Help keep Lithiio safe:
If you think a file violates any of our rules, terms, or laws that may be under our jurisdiction to abide by, please send us a E-Mail to email@example.com with the link to the file or file name.
About the files you upload:
This is a file sharing site. So there is always a possibility that any or all files you upload could be found or viewed by the public. However, we do intentionally make the links/urls to all files very difficult to guess and/or obtain. So if you don't share the link to a file on Lithiio with anyone, it's extremely unlikely for anyone without the link to see it.
Last revised April 23rd, 2019