terms and conditions

Browsing and using this website implies that you have read, understood and agreed to the following Terms and Conditions and the Privacy policy of DATADOT. In this documentation the terms ‘our’, ‘the company’,’ we’, ‘us’ refer to DATADOT and the terms ‘you’, ‘your’, ‘student’, ‘member’, ‘client’, ’customer’ refer to a company or individual who may consider or who has entered into a contractual agreement with DATADOT.

The content of the website is subject to change without notice. DATADOT reserves the right to modify, add or delete any Terms and Conditions mentioned here without any prior notice.

No additions to, or modifications of, these Terms and Conditions shall have effect unless expressly agreed in writing by both parties and stated to be amendments to these Terms and Conditions. DATADOT employees or agents are not authorised to make any representations whatsoever concerning the provision of services unless confirmed by DATADOT in writing. The customer accepts that it does not rely on, and waives any breach of, any such representations that are not confirmed.

FORCE MAJEURE

DATADOT shall be entitled to delay or cancel delivery or to reduce the amount delivered if it is prevented from, hindered in or delayed in the provision of services through any circumstances beyond its reasonable control including but not limited to strikes, lock outs, accidents, war, fire, acts of God, reduction in or unavailability of power, break down of plant or machinery or shortage or unavailability of raw materials from normal sources of supply.

COPYRIGHTS

  • Unauthorised use of this site will be considered as a criminal offence and may give rise to a claim for damages.
  • The full content of this site is the sole property of DATADOT and the course material provided in the site is meant only for the purpose of education.
  • All trademarks published in this site are not the property of, or licensed to, us.
  • Reproduction of the course material in any form is prohibited, violating which will be considered as a prosecutable offence.