Legal Statement

AAE, Inc. (Anthropomorphic Arts and Education, Inc.) is a 501(c)(3) non profit entity registered with the State of California and the United States of America. AAE’s chartered purposes include educational and charitable works of interest to the anthropomorphic community. Further Confusion is the annual convention presented by AAE, Inc. A portion of each attendee’s membership is a donation to AAE, Inc. to help fulfill that charter.

This website is for personal use by Further Confusion and its attendees. It is © 1999 – 2016 AAE, Inc. and is protected as such by national and international law. “Further Confusion” is a registered service mark of AAE, Inc. With the exception of journalistic review and referential HTML links to this location, no data may be used from this website without the express written consent of AAE, Inc.

The information on this site is solely for advice. At no time, unless specifically stated, does it represent a legally binding contract for services to be provided. All information provided is subject to change without notice.

All information presented by the user to AAE, Inc. via this website and at the convention will be held to be personal and proprietary property. AAE, Inc. agrees that it will not resell or share personal information of the user to any other entity, foreign or domestic without the express consent of the user. The user agrees to the publication of statistical analysis of membership, of which their information contributes to. The user agrees that any statistical summary of user information is the property of AAE, Inc.

Contained in this site are various graphical images copyright by many authors, and used with permission. Unless specifically stated, at no time is permission given, for any reason, for imagery used on this site to be used by other persons or parties.

The user agrees that due to the 501(c)(3) non-profit stature of AAE, Inc. that the judicial forum for any legal concerns will be that of the State of California, County of Santa Clara, in the United States of America. Further Confusion is a convention run by Anthropomorphic Arts and Education, Inc. AAE, Inc. reserves the right to refuse membership to any individual or entity.

The user of this site agrees to hold AAE, Inc. not liable for any damages or potential lawsuits arising from information provided on this website. The user is advised that AAE, Inc. is incorporated under the laws of the state of California, and that this agreement is bound by them.

All events in public spaces taking place at Further Confusion are copyright of the event producers. Said producers grant a limited license for use of the materials in said panels for educational and nonprofit purposes to AAE, Inc.

AAE, Inc. has a press policy and enforces said policy for the protection of its attendees and to help accomplish its chartered purposes, please see that policy for matters related to the press.

If you have any questions or comments regarding Further Confusion policies, please send email to [email protected].