Google Terms And Agreement

1.1 Your use of Google`s products, software, services and websites (known as “services” in this document and excluded from all services provided by Google under a separate written agreement) is subject to the terms of a legal agreement between you and Google. “Google” refers to Google Inc., whose main office is 1600 Amphitheatre Parkway, Mountain View, CA 94043, United States. This document explains how the agreement is concluded and outlines some of the terms of the agreement. 1.2 Unless there is a written agreement to the contrary with Google, your agreement with Google contains at least the terms set out in this document. These are referred to as “Terms and Conditions.” (d) price changes. If you purchase a subscription, you will be charged the rate in effect at the time of your subscription agreement. If the subscription price increases later, Google will notify you. The increase applies to the next payment that will be due by you after notification, provided you have notified at least 10 days in advance before payment. If you are informed less than 10 days in advance, the price increase will only apply after the payment following the next payment due. If you do not wish to pay the plus price of a subscription, you can cancel the subscription as described in the Cancellations section of these Terms and you will not be charged any other amounts for the subscription if you have informed us before the end of the current billing period. If the provider increases the price of a subscription and consent is required, Google may cancel your subscription unless you accept the new price. If your subscription is terminated and you decide to re-register at a later date, you will be charged the current subscription fee. 20.2 The terms and conditions constitute the entire legal agreement between you and Google and regulate your use of the Services (but without all the services provided by Google under a separate written agreement) and completely replace all previous agreements between you and Google with respect to the Services.

If we reasonably believe that your content (1) violates these service-specific conditions, additional conditions or guidelines, (2) may violate applicable legislation or (3) harm our users, third parties or Google, we reserve the right to take some or all of this content in accordance with applicable legislation.


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