Acceptable Use Policy

Edaa’s Acceptable Use Policy applies the best practices to ensure the quality and timeliness of the information shared on this website. This policy applies to all Edaa website users. This policy applies to all information, in whatever form, relating to Edaa’s business activities and to all information handled by Edaa relating to other entities with whom it deals.


Edaa is not liable for any inaccurate, incomplete or out dated information or any actions taken in regard to the given information. Edaa disclaims its responsibility to provide any legal or implied warranties or acknowledgments.

Edaa does not assume any responsibility and will not be subject to any claims for any failure in performance, error, interruption, defect, delay, transmission of viruses to your computer, or temporary unavailability of the website because of technical problems beyond our control.

Limitations of Liability

By continuing to use this website, the user agrees that all actions including browsing, downloading materials, and submitting information falls under that user’s responsibility and no unauthorized activity will be performing such but not limited to vulnerability scan or penetration test to gain unauthorized resources. Edaa is not liable under any circumstances for any damages, losses, or any obligations related to, but not limited to, any damages, losses, direct or indirect, special, incidental, or any obligations related to your use of the website or special damages of any kind arising out of the use of any websites, materials, or links accessed through Edaa’s website.