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Terms of use

Service provider and customer

The website webconferencing-test.com is operated by Publicare Marketing Communications GmbH, Städelstraße 10, 60596 Frankfurt/Main, Germany (hereinafter referred to as "Publicare").

The website webconferencing-test.com may only be used by business customers. Any use by private individuals is not permitted.

Scope of these standard terms and conditions

Any use of the website webconferencing-test.com, as well as any orders placed via this website, shall be exclusively governed by these standard terms and conditions.

Any deviating and/or additional provisions (such as any deviating or additional standard terms and conditions which customer may use from time to time) shall only apply if they are individually approved by Publicare.

Conclusion of the contract

If restricted content is ordered via the website the corresponding contract between Publicare and the customer will be bindingly agreed as soon as the customer's order is confirmed by e-mail. For the moment being orders can only be placed in English. The text of these standard terms and conditions is accessible on the website webconferencing-test.com at any time.

Nature of provided information

The analyses and statements provided via the website webconferencing-test.com are statements of opinion as of the date indicated on the website, and are not statements of fact. The analyses and statements provided by Publicare are not recommendations to purchase or use any specific product, or to make any investment decisions. Publicare assumes no obligation to update the content following its publication in any form or format.

The content provided by Publicare is not a substitute for the customer's own skill, judgment and experience when evaluating potentially suitable web conferencing tools. Before purchasing or using any specific tool customer shall always thoroughly test a trial version of this tool, and shall seek independent information on its capabilities and limitations from the tool's producer or distributor.

Limited license

Customer's right to use any content that is provided to customer via the website webconferencing-test.com is limited to customer's internal use to evaluate web conferencing tools that might be suitable for customer's own use. Any use for the purposes of third parties, any transfer of the provided content to third parties, as well as any publication or making available thereof are not permitted.

This limited right to use may neither be transferred nor sub-licensed by customer to any third party.

Limitation of liability

Either party shall only be liable for damage caused by slight negligence if such damage is due to a material breach of duty, endangers the achievement of the object of the contract, or is due to a failure to comply with duties the very discharge of which is an essential prerequisite for the proper performance of the contract.

In the cases described in paragraph 1 above and in the event of damage attributable to slight or gross negligence of ordinary employees (i.e. neither executive employees nor officers), the parties’ liability shall be limited to damages that are typical and foreseeable for this type of contract.

In the cases described in paragraph 1 and paragraph 2 above the entire liability of Publicare for any damaging event in connection with the website www.webconferencing-test.com shall be limited to a maximum amount of 250 €.

Publicare shall be liable for loss of data only to the extent that such loss could not have been prevented by reasonable precautions taken by customer against data loss (including, without limitation, creating at least daily backup copies of all data). Apart from that, all liability of Publicare for loss of data shall be subject to the other limitations of this section.

Except in cases where a contractual guarantee has been given, in the event of intentionally caused damages or fraudulently concealed defects or in case of personal injury, the limitations of liability stated above shall apply for all claims for damages on whatever legal grounds (including claims in tort).

The above limitations of liability shall also apply for any claims for damages that either party may assert directly against employees or agents of the other party.

Applicable law and legal venue

Any disputes under or in connection with the agreement shall be settled in accordance with these provisions, otherwise in accordance with the substantive law in force in Germany (excluding any reference or recourse to other jurisdictions). The United Nations Convention on Contracts for the International Sale of Goods shall not apply.

The exclusive place of jurisdiction for all disputes arising under or in connection with the agreement shall be the city of Frankfurt/Main, Germany. This does not apply to summary debt collection proceedings. Either party shall also be entitled to take judicial action at the respective other party's general place of jurisdiction.


If any clause or provision of these standard terms and conditions is held invalid or unenforceable, the validity or enforceability of the remaining clauses shall not be affected.