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Effective Date: September 9, 2019
What about my privacy?
What are the basics of using the Fusion Tables Archive Tool?
You will be required to sign into the Services with your Google account information (“Google User ID”). Once you have signed in with your Google User ID, you may use the services to create archives of your tables currently in Fusion Tables and to support map visualizations of such archives.
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In connection with your use of the Services, we may send you service announcements, administrative messages, and other information. You may opt out of some of those communications.
What are my rights in the Services?
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Who is responsible for what I see and do on the Services?
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We believe that you own your data and preserving your access to such data is important. If we discontinue a Service, where reasonably possible, we will give you reasonable advance notice and a chance to get information out of that Service.
We provide our Services using a commercially reasonable level of skill and care and we hope that you will enjoy using them. But there are certain things that we don’t promise about our Services. For example, we cannot guarantee that the Services will be able to preserve table data when creating archives of your tables, or preserve map visualizations for all tables.
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About these Terms
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