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Apart from gross negligence and intent the Dritter Orden Clinic (KDO) accepts no liability whatsoever for its own and other parties’ content on its Web pages. The KDO and/or the respective authors expressly declare that the corresponding linked pages were free of illegal content when the link was set up. The KDO and/or the authors have no influence on the current and future design or on the content of the linked pages. Hence the KDO distances itself from all content of the linked pages altered after the link was set up. Solely the providers of these Websites are liable for loss or damage arising from the use or non-use of this information provided. This limitation applies to all links and references within the KDO Website and to outside entries in guest books, discussion forums or mailing lists set up by the KDO. Copyright
The Dritter Orden Clinic (KDO) endeavours to observe in every publication the copyright of the graphics, audio documents, video sequences and texts used and to resort to graphics, audio documents, video sequences and texts created by the KDO. The copyright for published works created by the authors themselves remains solely the right of the authors of the pages. The same applies to the KDO’s Web pages. It is not permitted to reproduce or use such graphics, audio documents, video sequences and texts in other electronic or printed publications or for other not purely private purposes without the explicit consent of the KDO. Validity in law of this exclusion of liability
This exclusion of liability is to be regarded as part of the Internet content from which reference is made to this page. Should parts or individual formulations of this text not, no longer or not fully correspond to the applicable legal situation, this shall not affect the other parts of the document in their content and validity. Declaration on data protection
The Dritter Orden Clinic complies with the currently applicable provisions of data protection and data security legislation. Our Clinic protects and respects your private sphere and complies with the following premises:
We inform you with our declaration on data protection and with information on our homepage about the intended use of the data provided by you. We secure your data with all the means available to us against unlawful access, against loss and modification. We process and use your data only within the Clinic to enable us to furnish you with the desired information and services. Your data are not transmitted to third parties. You have a comprehensive right to information about the data our Clinic stores on you. We delete the data disclosed by you immediately upon your written expression of intent. This declaration on data protection applies to all Web pages for which the Dritter Orden Clinic takes responsibility. The Web pages can contain links to Websites of other companies and organisations. This declaration does not extend to their Websites.
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