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Disclaimer (Limits of responsibility)

This is the website for atesum AG. The following statements are valid for all pages and subpages of this website. Persons who access this website and retrieve information from it agree to the following terms of use:



Atesum AG makes every effort to ensure the safe operation of this website. Nonetheless, problems such as loss or falsification of data, virus attacks, interruptions in service, etc. cannot be ruled out. Therefore, accessing the website is done solely under your own responsibility and at your own risk.


Disclaimer of liability

Atesum AG declines all liability for direct or consequential damages which result from access to its website or individual parts of it (e.g. downloaded documents), their use (or for the inability to access or use them) or links to other websites.


Disclaimer of warranties

Atesum AG assumes no warranties for the quality of the information presented nor that it is current, correct or complete. In no event will atesum AG be liable for material or non-material damages that arise through the use of the information presented. Atesum AG expressly reserves the right to change, expand or delete sections, pages or the entire website without any prior notice.


Linked websites (hyperlinks)

The web pages sometimes contain links to websites from third parties. Atesum AG assumes no responsibility for their content, for the products, services or any other offerings contained on them, as well as for their compliance with data protection regulations. Activating a link takes place at your own risk.


Data protection

We use any data you send to us exclusively to respond to your enquiries, to improve our website or to communicate with you. All automatic information which we receive and store are used exclusively for internal purposes. In addition, we require from you no personal data in order to activate a download. We undertake to transfer the data we receive to third parties only when this is reconcilable with data protection law.