Authorized Uses Licensee and Authorized Users may make all use of the Licensed Materials as is consistent with the Fair Use Provisions of United States and international law. Nothing in this Agreement is intended to limit in any way whatsoever Licensee's or any Authorized User's rights under the Fair Use provisions of United States or international law to use the Licensed Materials. The Licensed Materials may be used for purposes of research, education or other non-commercial use as follows:
Authorized User You are responsible for: (1) obtaining permission from each Authorized User before requesting that we add that person as an Authorized User on your Account; (2) providing each Authorized User with a copy of this Agreement and any other Account material we send; and, (3) notifying us to remove an Authorized User and retrieving the Card, any access checks and other credit devices from the Authorized User. We have discretion to remove an Authorized User from your Account at any time for any reason as permitted by applicable law. You will remain liable for any transaction(s) the Authorized User makes to your Account. If we remove an Authorized User we will close your Account and issue you a new Card. You agree that an Authorized User can have access to limited Account information, including Account balance, the Total Minimum Payment Due on your Account, and the amount of the last payment. An Authorized User cannot add other Authorized Users. Notice to you will be considered notice to you and all Authorized Users. We may report information about your Account to credit reporting agencies in the Authorized User’s name that may appear on their credit report. Authorized Users can make payments on your Account.
Authorized Use Student Data shared pursuant to this DPA, including persistent unique identifiers, shall be used for no purpose other than the Services stated in this DPA and as authorized under the statutes referred to in subsection (1), above. Provider also acknowledges and agrees that it shall not make any re-disclosure of any Student Data or any portion thereof, including without limitation, any student data, meta data, user content or other non-public information and/or personally identifiable information contained in the Student Data, without the express written consent of the LEA, unless it fits into the de-identified information exception in Article IV, Section 4, or there is a court order or lawfully issued subpoena for the information.
Authorized Users Authorized Users" are:
Authorized User’s Statement of Work A competitive Mini-Bid is required for every transaction under this Centralized Contract. An Authorized User must prepare a detailed Statement of Work using Appendix F, Attachment 1, Mini-Bid Template. The Authorized User must distribute the Mini-Bid to all qualified Vendors per Lot(s) (unless a Vendor has removed itself from consideration via the Appendix F, Attachment 5, Mini-Bid Participation Interest Template). Contact information, organized by Lot, will be available on the OGS website for this Contract. An Authorized User shall conduct its Mini-Bid in accordance with the requirements set forth in Appendix F, Attachment 2, How to Use this Contract. The following terms and conditions shall apply to each Mini-Bid issued by an Authorized User: An Authorized User may require the execution of unique forms, such as Confidentiality Non- Disclosure agreements; and An Authorized User is required to make tentative award and non-award notifications to each Contractor who submitted a response to the Mini-Bid. Additionally, the minimum time, excluding the date of release, between issuance of the Mini-Bid by the Authorized User to the Mini-Bid Opening is as follows: Lot 1 Mini-Bids: Five (5) Business Days Lot 2 Mini-Bids: Ten (10) Business Days
Commissioner or Authorized User Contractor further warrants, covenants and represents that any confidential information obtained by Contractor, its agents, Subcontractors, officers, distributors, resellers or employees in the course of performing its obligations, including without limitation, security procedures, business operations information, or commercial proprietary information in the possession of the State or any Authorized User hereunder or received from another third party, will not be divulged to any third parties. Contractor shall not be required to keep confidential any such material that is publicly available through no fault of Contractor, independently developed by Contractor without reliance on confidential information of the Authorized User, or otherwise obtained under the Freedom of Information Act or other applicable New York State laws and regulations. This warranty shall survive termination of this Contract. Contractor further agrees to take appropriate steps as to its agents, Subcontractors, officers, distributors, resellers or employees regarding the obligations arising under this clause to insure such confidentiality.
Additional Requirements from Authorized Users An Authorized User may have distinct requirements that must be met by all individuals employed by or working for the Authorized User. The Contractor’s Staff Members will be expected to comply with these requirements as a condition of the placement.
Data Use First Data may use transaction data obtained from providing the Services to the Company to fulfil performance obligations under this Agreement and investigate fraud, or suspected fraud, related to the Company’s transactions. First Data may also use transaction data obtained from providing the Services under this Agreement in aggregated and anonymised form (as required by applicable Laws) for research and development, or to provide services generally.
Unauthorized Use If either Party becomes aware or has knowledge of any unauthorized use or disclosure of the other Party’s Confidential Information, it shall promptly notify the disclosing Party of such unauthorized use or disclosure.
Publicity and Use of Trademarks or Service Marks 34.1 A Party, its Affiliates, and their respective contractors and Agents, shall not use the other Party’s trademarks, service marks, logos or other proprietary trade dress, in connection with the sale of products or services, or in any advertising, press releases, publicity matters or other promotional materials, unless the other Party has given its written consent for such use, which consent the other Party may grant or withhold in its sole discretion.