Active Sourcing GmbH
D-60327 Frankfurt am Main
HRB 75681, Amtsgericht Frankfurt am Main
Liability and Copyright
www.active-sourcing.com provides access to information about services of Active Sourcing in Germany and in Switzerland. We guarantee neither completeness nor actuality of the data, errors are explicitly excepted. For errors the liability is restrained on the correction of them. Every further liability is explicitly excluded. Copying, publicising or saving of the data in databases, every commercial use, public reuse in the internet and the transmission to other parties is not allowed and prosecuted by law. It is not allowed to reformat or copy data and to show it on an own website.
The logo of Active Sourcing AG as well as the the layout and design of the website underlie the copyright! Active Sourcing as a word brand and the Active Sourcing logo as an imagebrand are recorded in a brand register.
With the decision of May 12 1998, the regional court of Hamburg has decided that the person who publishes any links on the homepage, might be liable for the content of the linked page. According to the regional court this can only be avoided by dissociation from these contents. On the page of Active Sourcing there are links to other pages. This applies to every of these pages: Active Sourcing explains explicitly, that it has no influence on the design and the content of these linked pages. Therefore Active Sourcing dissociates on its homepage from the contents of these linked pages and does not make these contents of its own. This declaration is valid for all links showed on this homepage and for all contents of the pages which can be reached through banners buttons and links on this page.
Illegal Manipulation and Sabotage
An automated query of our databases through software-scripts or comparable mechanisms without our agreement is forbidden. Therefore, we refer to Par. 303a StGB data change: Who illegally deletes (Par.202a Abs.2), destroys or changes data, will be sentenced to imprisonment up to two years or has to pay a fine. Trial is liable to prosecution. As well as Par. 303b StGB computer sabotage: Who disrupts data processing, which is fundamentally important for another company, another business or another administration, by an action according to Par. 303a clause 1 or destroys, eliminates, disables or changes data processing equipment or data storage media, will be sentenced by imprisonment up to 5 years. Trial is liable to prosecution.
We especially refer to the decision of 25.08.2000 - Az. 19 U 2/00 - of the OLG Köln, which admits a "virtual home right" to avoid annoyances, whereof we make use if necessary.print