1. Definition of Terms
1.1. Provider– registered company that provides services for the Client
1.3. Confidential Information: all confidential information (anyhow recorded or maintained) provided by a Client or by its staff, representatives or affiliated entities (Associated Persons) to the Provider (Receiver) and Provider’s Representatives in connection with this Agreement, that is either classified as such or otherwise should be treated as confidential because of its origin and the way it was provided.
1. Confidential Information
1.1. Confidential Information is not information that:
- is in or passes into the public domain (except if it’s disclosed by the Receiver or its Representatives violating the Confidentiality part of this contract);
- the Receiver had access to on non-confidential grounds before receiving it from the disclosing party;
- was, is, or becomes disclosed to the Receiver on non-confidential grounds from someone who, as known to the Receiver, is not obligated by a confidentiality agreement with the Client or otherwise restricted from sharing the information with the Receiver.
- the Receiver had known before the information was shared with them by the Client;
- or both parties agree by signing is not confidential or can be published.
2. Use of Confidential Information
2.1. Both parties must keep each other’s Confidential Information confidential and must not:
- use any of the information unless following its rights and responsibilities that are described in this Agreement (Permitted Purpose);
- or share any Confidential Information in whole or in part to any third party, without the Clients consent.
2.2. None of the parties can share the other party’s Confidential Information to its Associated Persons that have to get that Confidential Information for the Permitted Purpose, understanding that:
- it informs those Associated Persons of the confidentiality of the Information before sharing; and
- always, it is accountable for the Associated Persons’ consent with the confidentiality requirements described in this part.
2.3. A party can disclose Confidential Information if required as a matter of law, by any administrative or regulatory authority, or by a court or other authority of competent area of authority on condition that, to the extent it is legally allowed to do so, it informs the other party of the disclosure as much possible.
2.4. Each party has all rights of its Confidential Information. No rights or responsibilities in connection with other party’s Confidential Information, other than those described in this Agreement, are admitted to the other party, or can be alluded to from this Agreement.
2.5. The provisions of this part shall continue to apply after this Agreement is expired or terminated.
1.1. The Provider has the right to collect data about the Client cookie usage according to privacy and data protection laws and regulations.
1.3. Collected information is saved by the Provider and is not disclosed to third parties.