Adobe Service Agreement

16.1.3 Nothing included in this Agreement (including Section 4.4) limits any non-revocable right to decompile the Software that may be acquired from the Customer under applicable legislation. For example, if the customer is in the European Union (EU), the customer may, under certain conditions stipulated in the applicable law, have the right to decompile the software if necessary to ensure the software`s interoperability with another software, and the customer first asked Adobe in writing to provide the information necessary to carry out such a feature, and Adobe did not provide this information. In addition, such a decompilation can only be made by the customer or any other person authorized to use a copy of the software on behalf of the client. Adobe has the right to set reasonable conditions before providing such information. Any information provided by Adobe or received by the Customer, as it allows, may only be used by the Customer for the purposes described above and may not be transmitted or used to third parties to create software substantially similar to the expression of the software or used for other acts that violate the copyright of Adobe or its licensees. If the customer is a business, business or organization, the customer agrees that In addition to any license compliance reviews conducted by the Software, Adobe or its authorized representative have the right to verify that all Adobe software or services comply with Adobe licenses valid after seven (7) business days prior to notification from the customer. For example, Adobe has the right to obtain customer records that are useful in determining whether the software installations have been serialized, and the customer will immediately make those records available to Adobe at Adobe`s request. In addition, the customer provides Adobe with all records and information requested by Adobe to verify that the use of all Adobe software complies with Adobe`s valid licenses within 30 days of Adobe`s request. For more information on serialization, see www.adobe.com/go/elicensing.

Once accepted, this agreement applies to you and any organization that has received the software and on whose behalf it is used. If you don`t agree, don`t use the software. 6.1 Sensitive personal data. Customers may only use on-demand services to collect, process or store sensitive personal data if the customer receives Adobe`s written consent beforehand and, if applicable, enter into a separate agreement with Adobe. 16.3 Force majeure. Neither party is held liable for non-compliance with its obligations under this Agreement (excluding payment obligations) to the extent that the benefit is delayed, prevented, limited or compromised due to causes outside its proper control, including acts of God, terrorism, work acts, fires, floods, earthquakes, third-party failures, denial-of-service attacks and other malicious behavior, supply disruptions, power outages or government actions, orders or restrictions. 1.20 “Managed Services” refers to technology services hosted by or on behalf of Adobe and provided to the customer as a dedicated instance, as stated in the sales order. 16.5.5 Compensation. The client undertakes to compensate Adobe and all relevant certification bodies (except for provisions expressly provided in its terms and conditions) for any debt, loss, claim, damage or claim (including all reasonable fees, fees and legal fees) arising from or related to the client`s use or confidence in a service provided by that authority, including, but not limited to: a) confidence in an expired or revoked certificate; (b) incorrect verification of a certificate, (c) the use of a certificate other than permitted by applicable terms and conditions, this agreement or applicable law; (d) in the circumstances, in the circumstances in which:

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