This policy is not under the control of DoIT and is not linked to DoIT's policy on information security and usage. If there are queries about the contents of a translation, please refer to the DoIT website for the source text. Only DoIT uses Google Translate to offer translation of its contents into other languages. GOLANTLATE is a free, automatic translation services based on information and technologies.
Google translates is for information only. Google Translate is a third-party translation agency and website visitors leave DoIT to use the contents that have been provided. Therefore, DoIT assumes no warranty and no liability for the precision, dependability or efficiency of this particular website or the restrictions it offers, such as the incapacity to compile certain data such as pdf' s and images (e.g. . jpgs, . gifs, etc.).
While DoIT offers Google Translate as an on-line resource for its visitors, DoIT does not directly or implicitly support the site that it is the only available service to you. Persons or entities using DoIT contents in compiled format, whether through Google Translate or other translating service, do so at their own risks.
The DoIT is not responsible for any losses or damage resulting from the use or trust in the contents of this website. The DoIT accepts no responsibility for the website visitors' activity in relation to the use of the functions and contents of Google Translate. Google Translate is a means by which DoIT provides translation of contents and is intended exclusively for the comfort of non-English-speaking use.
It is provided directly and interactively by Google; DoIT has no immediate access to the contents as they appear with this utility. Therefore, the German contents, as provided directly by the DoIT, are decisive in all connections. Because Google Translator is an external website, DoIT does not check the quality or accuracy of the contents it translates.
All DoIT content is filtered through Google Translator, which can cause unexpected or unpredictable damage to text, images and the overall picture of the translated pages. Google Translator can maintain a unique privacy and usage policy. These guidelines are not controlled by the DoIT and are not linked to the data protection and usage guidelines of the DoIT.
After selecting a translation option, the user is informed that he/she is leaving the DoIT website. Users should consult the English language content on the DoIT website if they have questions about the translated content. The DoIT uses Google Translator to create linguistic translations of its content.
Google Translator is a free, automated service based on data and technology to deliver your translations. The Google Translator function is for information purposes only. Translations cannot be guaranteed to be correct or without the inclusion of an incorrect or inappropriate language. Google Translator is a third-party service and users of the website leave the DoIT to use the translated content.
Therefore, DoIT does not guarantee and accepts no responsibility for the accuracy, reliability or performance of this service or the limitations that this service offers, such as the inability to translate certain files such as PDFs and graphics (e.g. jpgs, gifs, etc.). The DoIT makes the Google Translator available as an online tool to its users, but the DoIT does not support the website directly or imply that it is the only solution available to users.
All visitors to the site can choose to use alternative tools for their translation needs. Anyone who uses the content of these DoITs in its translated form, whether through Google Translator or another translation service, does so at their own risk. If any damage occurs by the use of information presented there, only the author of the respective pages might be liable, not the one who has linked to these pages.
DoIT is not responsible for the activities of website visitors in connection with the use of the functionality or content of Google Translator. The Google Translator service is a means by which DoIT offers content translations and is intended exclusively for the convenience of non-English-speaking website users.
The translated content is provided directly and dynamically by Google; the DoIT has no direct contact with the translated content as it appears with this tool. Therefore, the content provided by the DoIT in English is authoritative in all contexts.