In its judgment of 12 May 1998, the Court of Hamburg decided that if a link is published one is responsible for the contents of the linked page. According to the court, this can only be avoided by expressly disassociating oneself from such contents. The Hecht Technologie company website contains links to other pages in the Web. With reference to all these links, Hecht Anlagenbau declares that it has no influence on the design and contents of the linked websites. Therefore Hecht Technologie disassociates itself expressly from all the contents of all the linked websites on this homepage and is not responsible for them. This applies to all the links indicated on this homepage, as well as all the website contents to which banners, buttons and links visible on the Hecht werbsite lead.
It is fobidden to automatically scan our databases by means of software scripts or similar mechanisms without our permission. According to paragraph 303a StGB concerning data alteration under German law:
Whoever deletes, destroys or alters data (Par.202a Section 2), is liable to be sentenced to up to two years imprisonment or fined.
Any attempt is punishable by law. subject to Par. 303b StGB on computer sabotage:
Whoever obstructs data processing intended for and of importance to an external company, enterprise or public authority by committing an offense according to Par. 303a Section 1, or destroys, damages, makes useless, eliminates or alters a data processing device or data carrier is liable to up to 5 years imprisonment or fined.
Any attempt to commit the above mentioned offences is punishable by law. We particularly refer to the decision taken on 25 August 2000 - Az. 19 U 2/00 - by the State Court in Cologne, enabling us to make use of our "virtual domiciliary right" to avoid interference with out website as we see fit.
The contents of our website at www.hecht.eu may not be adopted, copied or linked to external sites on the Internet without our express permission.