Use of the Internet services is at the customer's own risk. The customer bears sole responsibility for the security of his/her device (which he/she uses to access the Wifi network). The customer has a duty to use the services provided by SBB AG appropriately and in compliance with the law. The customer is expressly prohibited from misusing the Internet access or allowing it to be misused. He/she is also forbidden from using the services to commit illegal or criminal acts. This also includes accessing content or linking to third-party content (links/hyperlinks) that breach legal regulations or official orders, particularly in relation to content or design which is pornographic or racist in nature or which glorifies violence. The same applies to the violation of ancillary rights (especially trademark rights and copyrights), the sending of defamatory statements, junk mail or bulk mail (spam) and anti-competitive practices. The customer is prohibited from misusing the services to harm other Internet users, from peer-to-peer networks, other similar networks or platforms for offering, downloading, sharing etc. content which is protected by copyright (e.g. music, videos, films, e-books, etc.). If the customer produces publications on the Internet, he/she shall bear sole responsibility for their content.
In the aforementioned cases of breaches of legal regulations or official orders, the customer shall release SBB AG from all claims brought by third parties against SBB AG as a result of these violations. In such cases, the customer shall be fully liable to recourse in respect of SBB AG. SBB AG is entitled to charge the customer for all the costs it has incurred as a result of the incorrect or improper use of the installed equipment or the object of this agreement.
The customer assumes responsibility for ensuring that the device he/she uses and the software installed on it are free of viruses and other malware. The customer is also obliged to immediately deregister his/her device with SBB if it is sold, stolen or otherwise lost. To deregister his/her device, the customer should send an e-mail with his/her telephone number to firstname.lastname@example.orgLink opens in new window.. All registered devices (see also Section 5 Registration) are then deleted. If the customer breaches any of the duties detailed above, he/she must compensate for the direct or indirect damage or loss caused as a result.
If the customer breaches any of the duties or responsibilities detailed above, SBB AG has the right to block his/her Internet access or to immediately take technical measures, insofar as these are necessary, to ensure the fault-free operation of the service. The customer may be barred from using the services with immediate effect.