l. Force majeure. Neither party is responsible for the failure of performance for reasons that do not fall within the proper control of that party (such as fire, explosion, power outage, earthquakes, floods, storms, strike, embargo, labour disputes, acts of civil or military authority, war, terrorism (including cyberterrorism) , acts of God, acts or omissions of internet transportation, acts or omissions by regulatory or governmental authorities (including the adoption of laws or regulations or other government acts). However, this section does not apply to your payment obligations under this contract. “Managed Service Solution” is a managed IT service that you provide to a third-party provider consisting of management and support for Microsoft Azure Services. We are not responsible for your errors or negligent use of online services, including typing errors, neglect or transmission of passwords and an unmonitored computer when accessing online services. In the event of a system failure or interruption, your data may be lost or destroyed. All transactions you have initiated, concluded or concluded just prior to a system outage or outage, must be verified by you other than online to ensure the accuracy and completeness of these transactions. You take the risk of losing your data during a system outage or outage and you assume the responsibility of verifying the accuracy and completeness of the transaction in question. (e) disputes between parties that may not be subject to a pre-settlement agreement under the Dodd-Frank Wall Street Reform and Consumer Protection Act or, as required by a congressional statute, are excluded from coverage of the agreement. 16.9 Amendments; Exemptions. Any amendment or amendment to this agreement must be made in writing and executed by an authorized representative of each party. However, if Optimizely changes the agreement or terms of service applicable during the customer`s subscription period, the modified version takes effect with the next extension of the customer`s subscription term.