at (one's) own risk

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at (one's) own risk

Done with the foreknowledge or forewarning that there is implied risk or danger which one must accept as one's own responsibility. When you choose to gamble, you do so at your own risk.
See also: own, risk
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20 (ANI): Rajput Karni Sena and other right-wing groups on Saturday came together in Pune and warned that if film theatres did screen 'Padmaavat' then they would do so at their own risk.
Paris: The Bank of France Governor Francois Villeroy de Galhau warned after recent volatile trading that Bitcoin is a speculative asset and people who invest in it do so at their own risk.
Francois Villeroy de Galhau, head of the French central bank, said that investors can invest in the currency at their own risk.
After everything, at their own risk, poor citizens will go to the wrecked public health care while others, willingly or not, will have to pay for the services of the private health care.
Renner "Lessons That Auditors Ignore at Their Own Risk," July 1988 (page 50).
Still, a notice last week from park operator Pacific Housing Management warned that any resident ``who wishes to remain in their home, despite the current lack of utilities, does so at their own risk.
As a result, United will not be running any official club trips to the match and have warned fans that they will make the journey at their own risk.
All assets are to be sold on a piecemeal basis "as is" with purchasers responsible for removal of assets at their own risk and expense.
If these changes take place -- and the council seems cautiously optimistic that they will -- then Japan will thrive, the council says, and anyone writing off the world's second largest economy does so at their own risk.
In the 18th century of the Dutch Republic the battle against smallpox was a crusade fought by parents who had their children innoculated at their own initiative and at their own risk.
These are people who will fly at their own risk to try out new technologies.
BALTIMORE -- The recent news surrounding Peter Jennings' diagnosis of lung cancer and the recent death of Baltimore radio disc jockey legend Bob Lopez has brought the issue of lung cancer to the forefront and is prompting Marylanders to look at their own risk factors.
But it is a real shift that they discount at their own risk.
If the unions or any other group tries to subvert the process, they do so at their own risk.