I'm not responsible if anything goes wrong with your site on account of using Errorception. I've taken every care to ensure that Errorception doesn't mess with your site, but I simply can't take on the legal responsibility of dealing with any mess-up if such a thing were to ever happen. You use Errorception completely at your own risk.
Additionally, there might be cases when all hell breaks loose and I lose your data in Errorception. I sincerely hope it never happens, but we can't rule out the possibility. In such a case, I cannot take legal responsibility for any consequences.
I reserve the right to make changes to Errorception from time to time as I see fit. It's the only way a service can improve, right? There's a possibility that in the interest of serving the requirements of the entire user-base, individual users might not like the changes I make. There's a possibility that that individual might be you. I can't promise you that I'll keep your interest above everybody else's.
There are likely to be inaccuracies in the data being stored. For example, not every error that occurs at the user's end will be recorded. This is the price one has to pay for being high performance. There might be several other such cases where inaccuracies might creep in. I can't take all legal responsibility for accuracy of data. You acknowledge that such inaccuracies might exist in Errorception.
Errorception gives you metric shit tons of data, and it's up to you to figure out how to use it. I obviously cannot take responsibility for what you decide to do with this data. I provide you with the data. You decide what to do with it. What you decide to do is not my liability.
If ever a dispute has to arise, and we need to pull out our army of lawyers (and I sincerely hope that never happens), please understand that this website is subject to the laws of the Republic of India, and all proceedings will happen in the jurisdiction of the Mumbai courts.