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Right, just to make sure you are aware of it, this is the page where I outline the legal and technical framework for this website. If you don't agree to any of the points, well, then just don't use this site. Simple.

Let's start with the legal comments:

Drawing of Justitias scaleI'm no legal expert, but this is how I see it: In a nutshell, everything on this site is © Armin Grewe 2017. This includes drawings, pictures, photos and texts. Don't even think about using them in your website/CD-ROM/newspaper/etc without my permission. If you ask me nicely, I'm sure we can work something out.

Obviously you can link to this site (I would actually appreciate that) without explicitly asking me. I hope you'll let me know though and make positive comments about the site. Negative comments (if factual) I probably won't like, but accept. Defamatory or insulting comments I might do something about.

Any names, brands or trademarks I mention (knowingly or unknowingly) are the property of their respective owners.

Also I accept no liability connected to you using this website. I give no guarantee that the information on this website is correct, current or complete. So don't blame me if you make a wrong decision (whatever decision this might be) based on information you found on this website. I give no guarantee that this website will always work correctly and accept no responsibility for any technical problems you might have.

I'm not responsible for the content of any external websites I link to (Apart from my own sites). At the time of linking to them I was not aware of any illegal (or otherwise nasty) content of external sites.

And now to the technical comments:

You probably don't really care, but if you are interested in this kind of detail a little bit about the technical background of this site:

Drawing of a monitor and keyboardYou should be able to view this site with any modern browser (Modern as defined by me ;-)). All of the pages should validate as "XHTML 1.0 Strict" or "XHTML 1.0 Transitional" when you check them with the W3C HTML Validation Service. I heavily use CSS, all pages should validate with the W3C CSS Validation Service as CSS2

This means the site is likely to look a bit strange in older browsers like Netscape 4 or Internet Explorer 4. These browsers do not support long agreed standards sufficiently. However, you should still be able to access all the information, just the design will look a bit odd. If you prefer to view this site in the design I intend it to be viewed in, I suggest you visit webstandards.org and install a more modern browser.

If you use a modern browser you might notice that some words are underlined with a green dotted line. Like this. If you move your mouse over this area you will see a little explanation of the word or abbreviation.