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2. Governing Law and Jurisdiction
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3. ASIL, Inc. Ownership Information
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4. Links to Other Sites
ASIL, Inc. Web Site may contain links to other sites. While we try to link only to sites that share our high standards and respect for privacy, we are not responsible for the content, security, or privacy practices employed by other sites. For more information on your privacy rights with regards to these sites, please refer to the privacy policies of each respective site that you visit.
5. Accessibility Program
ASIL, Inc. recognizes the importance of the requirements of Section 508 (US Federal Government) and the W3C – Web Accessibility Initiative (industry standards) regarding accessible technology products to all end users including those with disabilities. Efforts to meet and exceed Section 508 requirements can be complicated by many factors. As with most sophisticated software products, ASIL, Inc. products are impacted by multiple third party technological variables, including hardware, operating systems and assistive technologies. Additionally, Section 508 or industry guidelines do not mandate a common means of assessing compliance with the accessibility standards.
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