Epic Methods Co., Ltd.

1. Legal Notices

By entering this website and browsing the linked web pages, you agree to abide by the following terms. Before you use this site, please read the following legal notices carefully. If you do not accept these notices, please stop using this website immediately, otherwise it will be regarded as your acceptance and agreement in full with these notices.
2. Copyright Notices
2.1 The ownership and copyright of all contents, including but not limited to descriptions, narratives, photographs, pictures, sound recordings, videos and other information, of the website of Epic Methods Co., Ltd. (hereinafter referred to as the Company) belong to our Company and are protected by copyright law, except as stipulated in the Copyright Law, such as laws and ordinances.
2.2 Without the express consent of the Company, the contents of the Company’s website are protected by Copyright Laws and shall not be used, copied, sold, transmitted, modified, published, stored or otherwise used for any purpose. Except as provided by the Copyright Law within the “reasonable” scope of the law, any content of the Company shall be used only after obtaining the express consent or authority of the Company.
2.3 When reporting, commenting, teaching, researching or any other legitimate purpose, within the reasonable scope of the law, information on the Company’s website may be reproduce, publicly broadcasted or publicly transmitted or used. If information from the Company’s website is used, source of the information must be quoted. For the definition of “reasonable” scope, please refer to Articles 44 to 65 of the Copyright Laws.
3. Website Links
3.1 Links to the Company’s website: You may not link any of our websites (pages) for any online marketing purposes without the consent of the Company, and we will retain all legal rights seeking recourse against any and all such violations.
3.2 External links of the Company’s website: provided only for users’ convenience as well as cooperation with government decrees; the Company is not responsible for the use of contents from any and all external websites through any of the links to such external websites provided by the Company’s website.
4. Disclaimers
4.1 The domain name such as www.epicmethods.com.tw used by the Company and set up the website etc., shall be covered by this disclaimer.
4.2 All information, trademarks, logos, images, videos, sound recordings, links and other information (“Information”) on the Company’s website are provided as a reference only for the purpose of providing access to the Company’s services and public information. The Company can change the information at any time at its own discretion without notice in advance.
4.3 While the Company attempts to provide most accurate information on its webpage, the Company does not guarantee, in any expressed or implied manner, that all information appearing on the webpage or related information is complete, accurate and timely information. If there is any inaccuracies or omissions, the Company and its staff does not bear any legal responsibility. Anyone who relies on such information to make or change any decision shall be responsible for his or her own actions. Please contact the Company’s personnel to confirm if there is any question.
4.4 We will not be responsible for any damages (including but not limited to computer viruses, system firmware, data loss) caused by the use of this website by any person.
4.5 As part of our services and meant to allow users to quickly find information conveniently, the Company’s website may provide hyperlinks to other sites; access to information or advertising via the hyperlinks are provided by the other sites that has been linked, and the Company has not modified or compiled such information. Therefore, the Company does not imply, declare nor guarantee the accuracies and reliability of such content, and users shall make their own judgments and bear any such relevant risks.
4.6 The Company does not assume any responsibility for the consequences of network transmission failures and other force majeure.
4.7 In case of disputes, such dispute shall be governed by the laws of the Republic of China, and the parties agree that the Taipei District Court would be entitle to the jurisdiction court in the first instance.