Online Transaction Cloud Services Agreement Notification

The provisions of this Agreement that must or may take effect after the expiry or termination of your contract with us (including provisions relating to guarantees, compensation, liability, license, subscription, intellectual property rights and unpaid payments at the time of termination) will remain fully in effect after the suspension, expiry or termination of the products. 2.8. The customer agrees that, as part of this agreement, AVEVA will appoint third parties to transform personal data. AVEVA confirms that it has entered into a written agreement with the third-party processor, with conditions substantially similar to those of this data processing supplement. This agreement contains, by reference to all URL conditions (if any), parts and pre-calculation forms, and this agreement, with these referenced elements, constitutes the entire agreement between the customer and Oracle and must be the definitive and complete expression of their agreement. The parties expressly oppose any confidence in all prior conversations, emails, interviews and/or agreements between the parties. There are no other oral agreements, insurance, guarantee obligations or other agreements between the parties. Each party accepts that all codes, inventions, procedures, commercial, technical and financial information that are disclosed to the non-partisan party (“receiving party”) constitute the confidential property of the public party, provided they are identified as confidential at the time of disclosure. Any Hinstant technology and performance information regarding products are considered confidential information provided by Hinstant without marking or other names. Unless expressly authorized, the receiving party will remain confidential and will not use or disclose confidential information. The duty of confidentiality of the receiving party does not apply to the information that the receiving party can document: (i) prior to receipt of confidential information, it was legally in its possession or was known; (ii) whether or so it has become public without fault of the receiving party; (iii) is legally received by the receiving party by a third party without violating the duty of confidentiality; or (iv) regardless of the staff of the receiving party who did not have access to this information.

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