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Limitation of Liability.
This is a pretty typical ToU for GIS data from what I have seen being in the field for quite some time, but I add this caveat: I've seen that these terms differ from jurisdiction to jurisdiction enough to strongly recommend that you carefully review the ToU for your specific data source.