Agreement For Software Services

“Confidential information,” information (other than customer data) that is disclosed directly or indirectly, in writing or by inspection of physical property (i) that is identified as confidential or proprietary by the publication party or (ii) that, because of captions or other trademarks, appears reasonably confidential or proprietary. , the circumstances of the disclosure or the nature of the information itself. Confidential information may also include confidential or protected information provided by third parties to a publication party, or any technical and non-technical information provided by another party to the other party as a customer data (including, but not limited, product information, plans and prices, finance, marketing plans, business strategies , customer information, data, research and development, software and hardware). , APIs, specifications, designs, proprietary formulas and proprietary algorithms. The receiving party: (a) treats confidential information provided by the publishing party confidentially; (b) limit the disclosure of this confidential information to information provided by its staff or enforcement assistants, who must be aware of this information and which are linked (for example.B. as a condition of their employment or to the agency) to obligations that respect the protection of confidential information, which are essentially similar to those of this agreement and which relate to the confidential information of the party providing it; (c) use this confidential information only for the purposes for which it was disclosed, unless otherwise stated; and (d) if necessary, do not modify, undo, uncompile, decompile other works or disassemble this confidential information, unless it is expressly indicated by the current legislation without the possibility of contractual waiver or otherwise in writing by the publication party. The restrictions in Section 8.1 do not apply to confidential information, as (a) was publicly available at the time of publication; (b) were made public after informing the party who received this agreement without violating this agreement; (c) was legally received by a third party by the receiving party without these restrictions; (d) the receiving party, its employees or its agents were known to the public party, without these restrictions, prior to entry; (e) was developed independently of the receiving party without violating this agreement; (f) was normally made available to third parties by the publishing party, without such a restriction; or (g) must be disclosed by the party receiving it on the basis of a court order or other legal constraint, provided that the receiving party immediately informs the receiving party of the injunction and complies with any protective decision imposed on that disclosure.

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