Privacy License Agreement

License grant for personal use. We are pleased to grant you, to a single consumer, a personal, non-transferable, non-exclusive, temporary license for the installation and use of software and services for which you have purchased a subscription for personal use on the number of devices and for the number of users listed in your license or service authorization, subject to system requirements. Services are not transferable. Without our written permission, you cannot sell, rent, rent, lend, resell or transfer services in advance without our written permission. They must not allow them to benefit from the use or functionality of the Services through timeshare use, a service office or other agreement on behalf of another third party, or with respect to hardware or software that is not their personal responsibility. This Agreement applies to all other Services, whether mentioned or not in the table above, if there are no other applicable terms of use. Here`s an example of Ubisoft. The full IP clause protecting the application ends with a line confirming that a licence is not equal to property rights: the terms of this contract, including all additional conditions provided by another supplier regarding a purchase, constitute the entire agreement between HERE or your supplier (depending on what is applicable) and you regarding the purpose of this Contract. , and replaces, in their entirety, all written or oral agreements that previously exist between HERE or your supplier and yourself regarding this object. Restrictions. The software and services are licensed for you, are not sold and protected by U.S. and international laws and contracts.

You do not have the right to reproduce or disseminate the software and services without our permission, and if you do, you may be imposing fines or other penalties authorized by the civil and criminal laws of the relevant jurisdiction. You cannot: i) reverse engineering or other attempt to deduce the source code from software and services, unless it is authorized by law; (ii) adapt or modify software and services or create derivative works based on software and services; (iii) multiply, lend, lease, sublicensing, reject or otherwise transfer software and services to third parties; (iv) to use the software and services for commercial purposes (unless you are a small business, in which case the license applies to the use of small businesses mentioned above); (v) try to circumvent technical safeguards in software and services; (vi) to use software and services to break the law; or (vii) participate in activities that disrupt the use of software and services by others.

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