Use Of A Service Agreement

In 1994, the Washington Times reported that America Online (AOL) sold detailed personal information about its subscribers to direct distributors without notifying or asking its subscribers; This article led, three years later, to the revision of AOL`s terms of use. 9.1 Mutual guarantees. Each party assures and guarantees to the other that , (a) this agreement constitutes a valid and binding agreement, applicable against that party in accordance with its terms; and (b) in the execution and delivery of the order form by that party or the execution of this Agreement, no authorization or authorization by a third party is required.9.2 Our warranty. We guarantee that the delivery service during the duration of the order form essentially meets the specifications of the corresponding order form. You must inform us of a claim for this guarantee within 30 days of the date on which the condition that constitutes the claim will appear. In addition, we guarantee that we will perform professional and professional services in accordance with the purchase order. To the extent permitted by law, your unique and exclusive remedy resulting from a breach of the warranty or a breach of the warranty is limited to the correction of the non-compliant service or the corresponding re-execution of the Professional Service, or, if a correction or reconstruction is economically inappropriate, the termination of the applicable purchase order and the reimbursement of all unused expenses paid in advance for the service or professional services.9.3 Data sensitive personal matters. Unless we expressly grant something else in writing, you declare and guarantee that neither you nor an authorized user will send sensitive personal data to the Service or provide it for processing by the Service. “Sensitive personal data,” sensitive personal data and similar names (e.g. B, “sensitive personal data,” “protected health information,” etc.), as defined in relevant data protection laws, including, but not limited to, the Gramm-Leach-Bliley Act, the Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act of 1996, the US Children`s Online Privacy Protection and the Family Educational Rights And Privacy Act. “Sensitive personal data” includes unrestricted financial information and personal financial accounts, sexual orientation, personal medical or health information, personal information of children under the age of 13, personal educational documents and social security, national identity, national insurance and other similar personal identities.

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