Google Terms of Service
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- You become bound by their conditions as soon as you search something on Google.
- Google is not responsible if your search results are pornographic or offensive.
- Google is for private use only and you need their permission for commercial use such as getting ads for traffic to your site.
- Google may terminate its services or change its conditions of service without notice to you.
- Google is in no way responsible for what you get through its search engines. This includes accuracy, content, completeness, legality, reliability, operability or availability of information.
- You have no claim if your information or material is deleted, not stored, wrongly delivered, or delivered late.
- Google has no responsibility for quality or timeliness of any product, information or service received or sent through it, or advertised on it.
- You download or get anything through Google at your own risk. They are not responsible for any damage to your computer or to your data.
- You may have some rights which your State or Federal laws grant you. Whenever there is a conflict between rights given to you by laws and Google’s disclaimer of any warranties, your legal rights have superiority.
- Google takes no responsibility for any damage or loss to you or to a third party through its services, even if Google had been earlier informed of a risk of such damages or loss.
- Google is not liable for any delay or failure in performance due to circumstances beyond its control– including technical, political, natural or any other.
- Google will consider removing a link if the site owner restricts access or if somebody informs Google that the site is now disabled.
- If any clause is declared illegal, it will not affect rest of the terms of service.
- Google collects your personal information while registering. If you have given your credit card number or bank account number in some other connection, they may use that information also.
- If you decline to give personal information, Google will refuse to provide its services.
- Google will use the information it collects from you for only the purpose for which it was collected. It will seek your permission if it puts your information to any other use.
- The cookies Google sends store your information and preferences.
- Your information can be passed on to Google’s associates and trusted businesses. They are required to ensure its confidentiality.
- Information may also be disclosed if it is required to meet a legal requirement, to deal with a fraud or a technical issue.
- Google employees are bound by confidentiality and they can be removed or even prosecuted in the event of a failure on their part.