Terms & Conditions.

The members’ area of “A Measure of Curiosity” (hereafter referred to as “AMOC”)  is updated at a rate of not less than 24 updates per year, as a varying mix of photosets and videos. These are not added on any particular dates but we aim to average 4 per month. Updates are usually left available in the members’ area indefinitely, but very occasionally we may be required to remove one or more updates to comply with changes in EU law or at the request of those appearing in the content. We reserve the right to remove any content from the members’ area when necessary.

It is the responsibility of all Members of AMOC to keep their login information private. Members must not share their login details with anybody else, even other AMOC members, and must inform us immediately if they have reason to believe that it may have been stolen or shared. Members whom we have good reason to believe have deliberately or knowingly shared their password may be banned or possibly blacklisted from further transactions with the same billing agent. Further action may also be taken by the billing agent at their discretion.

All images and video within AMOC’s members’ area are copyright A-M-O-C.com. They may be downloaded only by genuine members for their personal use only. Redistribution or publishing any content from AMOC is strictly prohibited without express written permission from the site operators.

AMOC reserves the right to change the content of this website at any time.

Our Privacy Policy

We do not collect or store your private information (eg name, address, transaction information). Any financial information you supply to one of our billing agents is kept strictly between you and them. We do not have access to that information. If you need to change your credit card or bank information please contact them directly.

We do have limited access, when needed, to you name, e-mail address and transaction records (as relevant to subscriptions to AMOC). These are held the relevant billing agent and we are required to comply with their rules as regards privacy and data protection.