You accept the information as it is. There is no warranty that the information is accurate. You have no claim on the provider of information to make it correct or to compensate you for any harm you may encounter because you used this information.
You will see this legal term used most frequently in the purchase of items like used cars. You buy the car "as is." The seller gives you no guarantee that it will work in the future. If you buy the car from me "as is" and the transmission breaks tomorrow, you have no legal claim against me.