DISCLAIMER OF STUDIO OBERLÄNDER GMBH
Section 7,1 of the Federal Telemedia Act (TMG) rules that, subject to general legislation, service providers like us are responsible for their own content on their pages. Pursuant to sections 8 to 10 of the TMG, service providers like us are under no obligation to monitor third-party information transferred or stored or to investigate any circumstances suggesting an illegal activity. This does not affect our obligation to remove or ban the use of such information as stipulated by general legislation. Said content liability shall not be effective until a specific infringement has actually been discovered. We will immediately remove all content associated with any infringements discovered.
Liability for links
Our pages contain links to external third-party web pages whose content we are not able to influence. We are therefore disclaiming all warranty for such third-party content. The provider or operator of a third-party page is solely responsible for the content on a linked page. Linked pages have been checked for potential statutory violations at the time the link was set. We did not discover any illegal content at the time of linking in such pages. Continuously checking the content of linked pages is an unreasonable effort unless there is detailed evidence of a violation. We will immediately remove links to a page that a statutory violation has been discovered on.
The content and works created by the page operator and shown on these pages are subject to German copyright law. Unless their author or creator consents in writing, they shall not be reproduced, edited, disseminated or used in any way except as allowed by legal copyright stipulations. Downloading and copying these pages is allowed for private, non-commercial use only. Third-party copyrights are observed for page content not created by the operator. In particular, third-party content is marked as such. Please make us aware of any copyright violations you may discover nevertheless. We will immediately remove content that a statutory violation has been discovered in.
Date: November 2016