Effective: 7/15/2020

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VirtualUA, Inc. is a non-profit Virtual aviation organization for simulation pilots, operating solely for the education of flight simulations enthusiasts. All content found on this site is copyrighted, and any files on this site that VirtualUA, Inc. does not own copyrighted privileges to are being used with permission from their respective authors. The use of copyrighted VirtualUA, Inc. material found on this site, which includes, but not limited to, names and logo, is restricted and may not be used by anyone without the express written consent of VirtualUA, Inc.. Redistribution or any other use of such content found on this site is strictly prohibited. All information contained on this website is not intended to be used for real world aviation purposes.

Anti Terrorism and Children Online Privacy Protection Act

VirtualUA, Inc. complies with the Children Online Privacy Protection Act and United States Patriotic Act. Under the Children’s Online Privacy Protection Act, website operators are not permitted to require a child under the age of 13 to disclose identifiable information. VirtualUA, Inc. does not endorse in terrorism activity. VirtualUA, Inc. complies with the United States Patriotic Act and will comply with the federal government investigation if terrorism is suspected. VirtualUA, Inc. will report any suspicion activities to the Terrorism Information and Prevention System (TIPS).

Piracy Prevention

VirtualUA, Inc. actively and aggressively enforces its piracy policy. What is piracy? The illegally obtaining or copying of software programs. It has become a worldwide problem — more than $11 billion is lost to piracy every year. Because software is valuable, and it is easy to create an exact copy of a program from a single computer, software piracy is widespread. The illegal copying of software programs is a crime also a policy here at Virtual United Social Club! In the United States and many other countries, copyright law provides for severe civil and criminal penalties for the unauthorized reproduction or distribution of copyrighted material. We do not allow the use of illegally obtained copyrighted materials in our organization, doing so is ground for immediate suspension. Copyrighted material includes, but is not limited to, computer programs and accompanying sounds, images and text. Under U.S. law, infringement may result in civil damages of up to $150,000 and/or criminal penalties of up to five years imprisonment and/or a $250,000 fine. Please join VirtualUA, Inc. in its piracy prevention efforts. You can report incidents of software piracy by emailing our Corporate Security Department at [email protected] If any staff or members are guilty of piracy you will be terminated immediately from the organization.