Acceptable Use You agree that you are independently responsible for complying with all applicable laws in all of your activities related to your use of the Service, regardless of the purpose of the use, and for all communications you send through the Service. We and our Service Providers have the right but not the obligation to monitor and remove communications content that we find in our sole discretion to be objectionable in any way. In addition, you are prohibited from using the Service for communications or activities that: (a) violate any law, statute, ordinance or regulation; (b) promote hate, violence, racial intolerance, or the financial exploitation of a crime; (c) defame, abuse, harass or threaten others; (d) include any language or images that are bigoted, hateful, racially offensive, vulgar, obscene, indecent or discourteous; (e) infringe or violate any copyright, trademark, right of publicity or privacy or any other proprietary right under the laws of any jurisdiction; (f) impose an unreasonable or disproportionately large load on our infrastructure; (g) facilitate any viruses, trojan horses, worms or other computer programming routines that may damage, detrimentally interfere with, surreptitiously intercept or expropriate any system, data or information; (h) constitute use of any robot, spider, other automatic device, or manual process to monitor or copy the Service or the portion of the Site through which the Service is offered without our prior written permission; (i) constitute use of any device, software or routine to bypass technology protecting the Site or Service, or interfere or attempt to interfere, with the Site or the Service; or (j) may cause us or our Service Providers to lose any of the services from our internet service providers, payment processors, or other vendors. We encourage you to provide notice to us by the methods described in Section 6 of the General Terms above of any violations of the General Terms or the Agreement generally.
Unacceptable Use The user is responsible for all his/her actions and activities involving the network. Examples of prohibited conduct include but are not limited to the following: ❑ Using the network for any illegal activity, including violation of copyright or other contracts or transmitting any material in violation of U.S. and State regulations. ❑ Copying or downloading copyrighted material on any system connected to the school system's hardware/software without the owner's permission. Only the owner(s) or individuals specifically authorized by the owner(s) may copy or download copyrighted material to the system. School purchased software may not be copied for personal use. ❑ Students will not use district computers and laptops to copy or download copyrighted software, music or images, or for other violation of copyright laws. Peer-to-peer, file-sharing, torrent software may not be installed on a school system computer or laptop. ❑ Copying, printing or downloading copyrighted material for the users own use without the owner's permission. Users may redistribute copyrighted programs only with the owner’s permission. Such permission must be specified in the document or must be obtained directly from the owner in accordance with applicable copyright laws, Board policy and administrative procedures. This includes the district contracted photographer. ❑ Product advertisement or political lobbying is prohibited. ❑ Vandalism. Vandalism is defined as any malicious attempt to harm or destroy data of another user, the network or the Internet. This includes, but is not limited to, creating and/or uploading or downloading viruses, disconnect or disassemble any network or computer component. ❑ Using or attempting to use the network while privileges are suspended or revoked. ❑ Using the computer of a teacher, administrator, or other staff member without permission or supervision. ❑ Use of technology resources in such a way that you would disrupt other users (sounds and/or excessive bandwidth usage, e.g., radio/audio streaming, video streaming). ❑ Provide another student with user account information or passwords ❑ Unauthorized interception of electronic communications and other wiretapping, including electronic mail (The Electronic Communications Privacy Act 18 USC 2701-2709) ❑ Accessing, monitoring, and use of personal websites. ❑ Accessing, monitoring, and use of personal networks. ❑ Bypassing the firewall and bypass and attempt to circumvent network security, virus protection, network filtering, or policies. ❑ Use external drives or storage devices with the intent of infecting any school computer or network with a virus, Trojan, or program designed to damage, alter, destroy or provide access to unauthorized data or information. This includes software applications or utility applications that could alter the configuration of the operating system or network equipment, scan or probe the network, or provide access to unauthorized areas or data. ❑ Bullying: Policies have been adopted by the Xxxxxx County School System prohibiting bullying. Students should not use personal or school-owned technology resources to threaten, harass, or intimidate others. Prohibited behaviors include, but are not limited to o Seek to access, contribute to or initiate (create) inappropriate material on the internet, including (but not limited to) abusive, obscene, sexually-oriented material, or hate speech to communicate, or cause to be communicated through words, images or language by or through the use of electronic mail or electronic communication, directed at or about a specific person, causing substantial emotional distress to the victim or damaging to another’s reputation o Cyberbullying or the willful act of hostile or repeated harassing or intimidating of someone through digital technology, including but not limited to, email, blogs, social networking websites (ex: Facebook, Twitter, etc.), chat rooms, texts, and instant messaging o The use of cameras or camera phones to take embarrassing or inappropriate photographs or videos of student or school employees and posting them online o Sending threatening or abusive text messages or instant messages or any social network or digital form o Using websites or email to propagate gossip or hear-say/rumors to other students Hardware ❑ Personal equipment is not allowed to be connected to the wired network nor supported at Xxxxxx County Schools (exceptions to be considered for academic purposes only). Any deviation from this agreement must be presented to the Technology Director. ❑ Attempts to replace, repair, disconnect or disassemble any network or computer component without permission from the technology department is not permitted. ❑ Misuse of school resources can result in disciplinary action. ❑ School district technological resources are provided for school-related purposes. Acceptable uses of such technological resources are limited to responsible, efficient and legal activities that support learning. Use of school district technological resources for political purposes or for commercial gain or profit is prohibited. Student personal use of school district technological resources for amusement or entertainment is also prohibited.
Applicable Policy (b) When providing the Services, the HSP will meet the Performance Standards and conditions identified in Schedule D.
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Personal accounts With a personal account you can send and request money from friends and family and pay online for purchases. Holders of certain existing personal accounts may be required to upgrade their accounts (which may include providing further information to PayPal) in order to be able to use all of the current functionality available in a personal account. To use your PayPal account primarily to sell things, you must open a business account or convert your personal account to a business account. Business accounts Business accounts are for people and organisations (whether incorporated or not) that primarily use PayPal to receive online payments for sales or donations. Business accounts may be subject to fees that differ from the fees applicable to personal accounts. See our Fees for further details. By opening a business account or converting a personal account to a business account, you certify to us that you are using it primarily for a business or commercial purpose. Commercial Entity Status If the activity through your business account reaches certain thresholds or involves certain business segments or activities, you are required by the card networks to agree to Commercial Entity Agreements directly with our processing partners to allow you to continue accepting card-funded payments. In this case, these Commercial Entity Agreements will apply to any payment processed by PayPal on your behalf in addition to this user agreement. Safe use of your PayPal account You should take reasonable steps to stop your PayPal account being misused. You must maintain adequate security and control of any and all devices, items, IDs, passwords and personal identification numbers / codes that you use to access your PayPal account and the PayPal services. Please see our Key Payment and Service Information for guidelines. You must comply with all reasonable instructions we may issue regarding how you can keep your Payment Instrument safe. We may require you to authenticate any instruction relating to your account (i.e. give us the information that we need to be sure that it’s you giving us the instruction, such as submitting your correct log-in information – this could include your e-mail address and password) and otherwise successfully log into your PayPal account to provide to us your instruction. You must keep your postal address, email address and other contact information current in your PayPal account profile. You may expressly grant, remove and manage permissions for some third parties to take certain actions on your behalf. In some cases you can do this when logged into your account – in other cases you can do this directly with the third party. You acknowledge that if you grant permission for a third party to take actions on your behalf, we may disclose certain information about your Account to this third party. You may permit third party service providers licensed by applicable law to: • provide account information services to access information about your account on your behalf; • confirm whether an amount necessary for the execution of a card-based payment transaction is available on your account; or • provide payment initiation services to initiate payments from your account on your behalf. Granting permission to any third party to access your account in any way does not relieve you of any of your responsibilities under this user agreement. You are liable to us for the actions that you authorise the third parties to carry out. You will not hold us responsible for, and you will indemnify us from, any liability arising from the actions or inactions of such third parties in connection with the permissions you granted, subject to your mandatory legal rights. Closing Your PayPal Account You can close your account at any time. See the PayPal Help Centre for how to do this. We may close your account at our convenience by providing you with two months’ prior notice. We may also close your account at any time if:
ACCEPTABLE USE RESTRICTIONS You must:
Applicable Rules Where a matter relating to investment is governed by this Agreement and simultaneously by the national legislation of either Contracting Party or international obligations existing at present or future by the contracting parties, investors of the other contracting party may avail itself of the provisions that are most favourable.
Applicable Regulations If an issue relating to investments is covered both by this Agreement and by the national legislation of one Contracting Party or by international conventions, existing or to be subscribed to by the Parties in the future, the investors of the other Contracting Party shall be entitled to avail themselves of the provisions that are the most favourable to them.
Applicable Terms This Agreement governs the sale of equipment, components, parts, and materials provided by Siemens (“Products”). Any applicable addenda, these terms, Siemens proposal, price quote, purchase order, or acknowledgement issued by Siemens form the parties’ final agreement (“Agreement”). In the event of a conflict between these documents, precedence shall apply in accordance with the order listed in the previous sentence. Siemens’ proposal, offer or acceptance is conditioned on Buyer's acceptance of this Agreement. Any additional or conflicting terms in Buyer's request for proposal, specifications, purchase order or any other written or oral communication are not binding on Siemens unless separately signed by Siemens. Siemens’ failure to object to Xxxxx’s additional or conflicting terms does not operate as a waiver of any terms contained in this Agreement.
Applicable Rates For purposes of determining the amount of the Gross Up Payment, Executive will be deemed to pay federal income taxes at the highest marginal rate of federal income taxation in the calendar year in which the Gross Up Payment is to be made and state and local income taxes at the highest marginal rates of taxation in the state and locality of Executive's residence on the date of Executive's Termination, net of the maximum reduction in federal income taxes that could be obtained from deduction of such state and local taxes.
Permitted and Prohibited Uses 1.1. The Data may only be used for linguistic education and research, including but not limited to information retrieval, document understanding, machine translation or speech recognition.