candidgirls.io is intended to present a variety of images and video depicting the beauty of the female figure. Please read the following for details on our intent and your responsibilities as a viewer. On this page, the term ‘viewer’ refers to a viewer or member of candidgirls.io, ‘content’ refers to all photos and videos presented on the website, and ‘candidgirls.io’ refers to the website, the webmasters and content creators.
candidgirls.io contains :
A collection of candid shots, done in public settings in every day situations. The subjects of candid photography and videography on candidgirls.io are over the age of 18 years old. If this cannot be verified due to the art and nature of candid photography, any photography or videography with subjects which look like they MAY be underage is removed.
No attempt to invade ‘reasonable expectation of privacy’; all content is made in a public setting.
No sexual activity, nor any sexually suggestive content.
candidgirls.io intends :
To show the viewer a variety of female beauty in various settings; their fashions, their behaviours, their physical attractiveness as well as an artful interpretation of such via our photography and videography.
To provide an ever growing and changing gallery of original top quality candid videos and pictures.
candidgirls.io understands :
That any of the subjects in the presented content, despite only being shown as a representation of the female public, may upon seeing themselves present on the website, wish to have their images removed. candidgirls.io will remove any content upon request by the subject represented in the content, or her guardian or counsel.
candidgirls.io viewers must understand :
That it is their responsibility to make sure they are legally allowed to view the content on the website and that candidgirls.io will take no responsibility for any damages suffered by the viewer.
That they are not allowed to gain access to the website with intent to harm the content creators in any way, including legal action or disruptive mass media exposure.
That all material presented on the website is copyright to candidgirls.io and may not be used in any fashion in any other place without the express prior written consent, including but not limited to, use on other websites or posting to usenet newsgroups.
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