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Documents On This Site
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Columbus shall not in any way be held liable for errors, defects, flaws, inefficiencies, infringements or other claims concerning the material provided on the web site. Columbus disclaims all other representations and warranties with respect to the services and material, including software and deliverables and descriptions thereof, expressed or implied (including any warranty of merchantability or fitness for a particular purpose, warranty of compatibility with other software products, or any warranty against interference with enjoyment of the software or against infringement). Columbus disclaims any and all warranties which might have arisen or might later arise from course of performance or dealing or usage of the material and releases Columbus from all liability for loss or damage sustained relating thereto. The warranties, obligations, and liabilities of Columbus are exclusive. By using material on this web page user releases Columbus from all other warranties, obligations, and liabilities, than otherwise mentioned in this agreement and hereby waives all other rights, claims, and remedies against Columbus, its owners, directors, officers, or employees, express or implied, arising by law or otherwise. Columbus shall not be liable for any consequential damages (including, without limitation, lost revenue, lost profits or loss of data) or incidental, special or punitive damages, whether the basis of liability is breach of contract, tort (including negligence and strict liability), statute or any other legal theory, notwithstanding anything else herein.
Unlawful and Prohibited Use of Columbus Web Site
You may not attempt to interfere with services provided by the Columbus web site in any way, or attempt to gain unauthorized access to restricted areas or access in any way not deliberately made available to you.
You may not harvest or collect emails from the Columbus Web site for the purpose of unsolicited commercial email ('spam').
Generally, you may not violate any applicable laws or regulations. In order to satisfy relevant laws, regulations, legal processes, or government requests, we may need to disclose information related to your use of the Columbus Web site, and we reserve the right to do so at all times, at our discretion.
Feedback and Submissions
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Links To Third Party Sites
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Governing Laws and Jurisdictions
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