Section 3 Obligations of the Client
(3) The Client may not infringe statutory prohibitions, moral standards or the rights of third parties (copyright law, trademark law, rights to the name and data protection law etc.) through his use of his website or the banners that appear on the website. The Client may not enter its website details into search engines when making such entries, if and insofar as the Client infringes statutory prohibitions, moral standards or the rights of third parties through his use of keywords and similar technologies. In the event of any infringement of one of the aforementioned obligations, the Provider shall be entitled to suspend the provision of his services with immediate effect or to block access to the Client’s information.
(6) The Client furthermore undertakes not to use the resources made available by the Provider for purposes that infringe statutory prohibitions, moral standards or the rights of third parties. Such purposes shall include the following in particular:
Section 11 Applicable law, place of jurisdiction
(1) The laws of the Federal Republic of Germany shall apply with the exception of the unified United Nations Convention on Contracts for the International Sale of Goods (CISG).
Section 12 Other Provisions
(1) With the exception of notices of termination, all information and notices issued by the Provider can be addressed to the Client through electronic communication channels, in particular via the CIS or by e-mail to the e-mail address stipulated by the Client. The limitation set forth in § 4 par. 4 shall however apply in the case of notices of termination.
Section 15 Special conditions applicable to hosting products, dedicated and virtual servers
(1) The Client provides explicit assurance that the provision and publishing of his websites' contents or data neither infringes German law nor other relevant national legislation, in particular copyright law, trademark law, rights to the name, data protection law and competition law. The Provider reserves the right to temporarily block content that appears to be dubious in this respect. The same shall apply if the Provider is requested by a third party to modify or delete content on hosted websites, because it apparently infringes upon third party rights.
(2) In the event that the Client provides evidence that there is no risk of infringing third party rights or any other infringement of the law, the Provider shall make the websites in question available again to third parties. The Client herewith indemnifies the Provider against all third party claims for compensation resulting from impermissible content on one of the Client’s websites.