This section defines the scope of the permissions or licence that you grant to us if you choose to share content with our services. This section provides information about creating a Google Account and your responsibilities if you do create one. This section explains that if you use the services on behalf of an organization, the administrator of that Google Account may have some control over how you use the services.
This section describes how we communicate with you regarding our services and how we use your feedback regarding our services. This section explains that as you use Google services, you may see 1 your content, 2 Google content, and 3 content that belongs to other people and organizations. It provides you with information related to that content, how that content can be used, and how to contact us with any concerns.
This section describes software that you may find in our services, and explains the permissions given to you to use that software. This section explains the legal concepts that establish expectations and responsibilities in case of problems. This section provides you with a warranty, which is an assurance that a product or service will perform to a certain standard.
This section provides you with a disclaimer that specifies and limits our legal responsibilities under the Terms and service-specific additional terms. This section describes potential liabilities in case of problems — both liabilities to you and to Google.
A liability is a loss from any type of legal claim. These Terms only limit our responsibilities as allowed by applicable law. This section describes the reasons why we might remove your content from our services or stop your access to Google services. These changes reflect an evolving regulatory environment and also our ongoing efforts to simplify how we communicate with users. Please see the summary of changes above for a detailed list of changes to our Terms of Service.
With the launch of the updated Terms of Service, your use of these products is governed by the improved Terms of Service in addition to their service-specific additional terms and policies. This makes it easier to understand the general terms that apply to most Google services alongside the service-specific additional terms and policies that apply to particular products, like Google Drive, Google Chrome, and Chrome OS.
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