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Disclaimer and Legal Rules
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The IndyBar does not actively monitor the site for inappropriate postings. However, in the event that any inappropriate posting is brought to the IndyBar’s attention (by staff or otherwise), the IndyBar reserves the right to take all appropriate action in response. The IndyBar reserves the right to terminate access to any user who does not abide by these guidelines.