Service Agreement Romana

Google services are provided and you enter into contracts: some of our services are designed to allow you to download, transmit, store, send, receive or share your content. You are not obligated to provide content for our services and you are free to choose the content you want to provide. If you choose to download or share content, make sure you have the rights and that the content is legal. California law governs all litigation arising from these conditions, additional conditions or related services, regardless of the conflict of law rules. These disputes are settled exclusively in federal or regional courts in Santa Clara County, California, USA, and you and Google accept the personal jurisdiction of those courts. We provide our services with appropriate competence and care. If we do not meet the level of quality described in this guarantee, agree to tell us and we will work with you to resolve the issue. If you do not comply with these or additional service-specific conditions and do not take immediate action, this does not mean that we are giving up all the rights we may have, such as measures in the future. If a service requires or contains downloadable software, this software is sometimes updated automatically on your device as soon as a new version or feature is available.

Some services allow you to customize your settings for automatic update. 6. In the event of a change in the provisions of the Treaty establishing the European Community relating to the decisions of the Court of Justice with consequences for decisions relating to service and notification, Denmark may notify the Commission of its decision not to apply the amendments to this agreement. Notification is made on the effective date of the changes or within 60 days. 1. Denmark is not involved in the adoption of the opinion of the committee covered by Article 18 of the Regulation on the Meaning and Notification of Written Documents. The enforcement measures adopted under Article 17 of this Regulation do not bind Denmark and do not apply. 1.

Denmark is not involved in the adoption of amendments to the regulations on the meaning and notification of documents and these amendments are not binding on Denmark or applicable. 8. Denmark provides the Commission with the information covered by Articles 2, 3, 4, 9, 10, 13, 14, 15, 17 A) and 19 of the Regulation on the Service and Notification of Documents.

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