CEO at SiteVisibility
07 January 2004 10:13am
A customer of ours wants to cover their business liabilities as they do an increasing amount of e-commerce communication with their clients.
They exchange a large amount of electronic data with and on behalf of clients. In addition they upload to client websites and provide CD content. All these routes arrive at their clients servers.
They are looking to produce a statement to include in their terms and conditions that protects them from action in the event of virus or corrupt files affecting their IT system. Obviously they undertake to take due care etc etc
Does anyone have a standard set of words that maybe we can edit and run by our solicitors as a start point ?
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