Harrisonville Telephone Company Remote Support Service
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It is understood all data integrity, data backup, and data restoration is the sole responsibility of the Customer. HTC is not responsible for any loss or corruption of data contained either on the computer or the network relative the usage of the Remote Support Service.
Computer technicians are required to report child pornography found while working on equipment or while providing an electronic communication service or a remote computing service to the public, and comply with the Child Protection Act of 1984 and the Child Pornography Prevention Act of 1996 and USCA Title 42, Chapter 132, Subchapter IV concerning child pornography. Failure to knowingly and willfully make a report may result in a fine for the initial failure to make a report of not more than $50,000; and for a second or subsequent failure to make a report of not more than $100,000. You/Customer are ultimately responsible for the content of your computer and are/will be liable for illegal materials posted on your equipment/servers, etc.
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