The trademarks, logos, service marks, graphics and trade dress displayed on this website are the intellectual property of BGIS and other relevant parties who have licensed their ownership and/or materials to BGIS. You should assume that each product or service name is a registered trademark, trademark or service mark and the intellectual property of BGIS or a third party. You are prohibited from using any trademarks or service marks of BGIS or third parties mentioned on the Site for any purpose without the express written permission of BGIS or such third parties, including, but not limited to, use as metatags on other pages or websites on the World Wide Web. If BGIS grants such written permission, you may not use the Marks and Service Marks in a manner that (i) creates confusion among customers or the public, or (ii) disparages or discredits BGIS. BGIS grants you, the user, a limited license to access and use this website personally; However, you may not download them (other than page caching) or modify any part of them unless you have the express written consent of BGIS. This license does not imply any right to (i) resell or use this website or its content for commercial purposes; ii) collect and use any product listings, descriptions or prices on this website; (iii) make any derivative use of this website or its contents; iv) download or copy account information on this website for the benefit of individuals or businesses; or v) use data mining, robots or similar data collection and extraction tools in connection with this website or information on this website. You may not reproduce, duplicate, copy, sell, resell, visit or otherwise use this website or any part of this website for commercial purposes without the express written consent of BGIS. You may not use framing frames or techniques to include trademarks, logos or other proprietary information (including images, text, layout or form) of BGIS or any third party without the express written consent of the respective owner of the protected information. You may not use metatags or other “hidden text” using BGIS` names or trademarks without the prior express written consent of BGIS.

Any unauthorized use immediately terminates the limited license granted to you by BGIS. BGIS may post notices about employment opportunities on this website. At BGIS, we recognize and are sensitive to all privacy issues surrounding the online application process. Therefore, if you choose to submit your name, address, contact details, CV and/or other personal data to BGIS in response to an employment opportunity, you can rest assured that BGIS will only use this information for lawful and legitimate employment purposes. BGIS reserves the right to disclose the information you provide to its employees for legitimate business purposes. In addition, nothing in these Terms of Use or on this website constitutes a promise by BGIS to interview, hire or employ any person providing it with information, and no promise contained in these Terms of Use or on the Website constitutes that BGIS will review any or all of the information submitted by users or applicants. BGIS is an equal opportunity employer. The type of information we are required to disclose by law generally relates to legal tax reporting obligations.

However, in some cases, for example due to a court order, we may be required to disclose certain information to the persons specified in the court order. We will only provide the specific information requested and only if we are satisfied that the authorities have legitimate reasons to request this information. The usernames and passwords you provide are collected solely for the purpose of administering the Facilities Management Agreement and providing services. In order to provide you with a better service, BGIS provides individuals with access to certain information through our websites. For example, provides general information about BGIS and the services we offer. In certain exceptional circumstances, BGIS may be required or permitted by law to disclose personal data without the knowledge or consent of natural persons in relation to matters concerning GIS or the public interest. The legislation has provided for certain situations in which BGIS is legally permitted to disclose personal data without your consent. Examples of this are situations involving the recovery of subsequent debts or the suspicion of illegal activities. “Personal data” is information about an identifiable natural person. This may include, but is not limited to, name, address, age, gender, income, income, employment status, credit history, debts and liabilities, income, personal preferences, and other information about their family. Personal information does not include the name, title, business address or telephone number of an employee of an organization.

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