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I noticed many sites include long and lengthy disclaimers in a websites terms of service page. Does this offer any real value in limiting ones liability. I have seen various words used such as hold harmless, indemnification etc... I understand having a policy of limiting liability is a good idea. However if something actually does go wrong on the site which the site says they clearly have no liability in the terms of service does the opposing lawyer ignore this and will file a claim regardless?