Condition Partner 2.3

Condition Partner 2.3

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Condition Partner 2.3

limitation of liability: the parties shall not be liable to each other or to any third party for incidental, special, exemplary, or consequential damages (including, without limitation, lost profits, lost data, claims for defamation, loss of goodwill or trade security, or for punitive or exemplary damages or for any damages aggravated by the speed of the business process) arising out of or related to the participation in, association with, or the performance of the program, even if such party has been advised of the possibility of such damages.

limitation of liability: the parties agree that the provisions of this section are intended to be enforceable and comprehensive and for the purpose of allowing each party to draw proper consequences from its actions. in the event that a party is entitled to a remedy from another party, the limitations on liability set forth herein (including, without limitation, the parameter of claims for defamation) shall apply to such remedy. it is agreed that to the extent any jurisdiction does not allow all or any part of a remedy to be limited, only then shall the provisions of this section constitute a waiver of remedies exceeding those limited herein. the remedies to which a party is entitled from another party are limited to those generally available to its customers, provided that such remedies shall in no case exceed the liability of the party so entitled.

Batteries should be changed at least once every 12 months. Do not drink and drive. Get a blood test for HIV when you first think you might have been exposed to blood to protect your health. Get routine health care exams to check for STDs or other health problems. Open your health records to your partner..Q:

How to tell if a user has an account on Stack Overflow?

I’m writing a web app that displays a ‘Want to Play’ banner for the player on a single page, and I need to make sure that the person behind the webpage isn’t already playing on another match. I’ve tried this…
if (true == User.Identity.IsAuthenticated)

…but it’s returning true every time, whether or not the user has an account.
I’ve also tried this…
HttpContext.Current.Session[“userID”] = Session[“userID”].ToString();
if (true == User.Identity.IsAuthenticated)

…but this won’t work because it returns true every time.
Is there any way I can check the current user is the owner of the account that they’re using? I’ve never used ASP.NET authentication before, so I’m a little lost.


You should be able to identify the user using the identifier of their record on the membership service. This should be serialized to a session variable at the end of the login process.
When a user is logged in, you can retrieve the ID from the membership service:
public static string GetMembershipID(string username)
using (SPSite site = new SPSite(“”))
using (SPWeb web = site.OpenWeb())
var user = web.EnsureUser(username);
string id = web.Security.GetUserEffectiveRolesAsString();
return id;

The first time a user logs in, the variable will be null, but the next time the user logs in, the same code should return the value.
If you want to be sure the user has an account (and assuming they’re authenticated), you can check the IsMemberOfAny:

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