Liability for links
With its judgement of 12 September 1999 – 312 O 85/ 99 «Haftung für Links» [Liability for Links] – the Regional Court of Hamburg ruled that by placing a link, one may be made co-liable for the content of the linked page. This can – according to the Regional Court – only be prevented if one explicitly distances oneself from this content.
We hereby explicitly distance ourselves from all of the content of linked and further-linked pages and graphics and do not on any account identify ourselves with these.
All trademarks referred to are the property of the respective holders of the trademark.
Liability for information and content
All information has been determined and checked carefully. But this can not be guaranteed. The liability is excluded.
We draw attention to the fact that, whether with or without the influence of third parties, e-mail messages can be lost, altered or falsified. Traditional e-mails are not protected against access by third parties. For this reason, under certain circumstances, confidentiality cannot be guaranteed. We therefore accept no liability for the intactness of e-mails after they have left our sphere of control, and we cannot reimburse any damage you may suffer as a result. If, despite the anti-virus program used by us, a virus gains access to your system through the sending of e-mails, we accept no liability for any resulting damage.