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We are not responsible for stolen or damaged computer equipment or other items you bring with you. We aren't responsible for personal injuries either. Take care of yourself, your friends and your luggage. We've never had much trouble with theft on our parties, but it might be better to think twice about taking a certain valuable thing with you onto the party.

The use of alcohol is explicitly forbidden. After facing severe damages and personal attacks on previous parties due to heavily drunken individuals, we chose to put up this rule from 1998 on. Drunken guys won't be let inside, disturbing guys will be put outside. Don't consume Vodka in front of the stage. Don't vomit onto the floor.

We will throw out Gamers in order to make more space available for arriving sceners. Don't play games. We strongly advise you to follow this rule, for your own safety.

In case we discover that you are destroying things, either intellectual property (hacking the network system), or physically damaging the building or people, you can be sure that we will take very special care of you.

This year we will again supply you with enough electric power. To make this event as pleasurable as last year, please don't bring stuff like: toasters, fridges, any kitchen equipment, heaters or cheap extension sockets with you. These things are responsible for power failures, because they trigger the ground fault protection, which is required by law and is there for your own safety. So please leave those kind of things at home. We won't refund half-written CD-Rs after a power failure. Extension sockets that are not conforming to the VDE norms (which essencially means defect ones and those without earth contact) will be confiscated and destroyed.

Please respect German law. Illegal actions, especially regarding software piracy, can not be approved of. Dutch visitors should be aware of the fact that weed consumption is illegal over here.

Last but not least, have fun! And if you have ideas of what might be fun on the party, don't hesitate to contact us, even on the party. You're part of the party.

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