Data Provided Sample Clauses

Data Provided. To the knowledge of the Corporation, any confidential information provided by or on behalf of the Corporation to the Acquiror and its Representatives is true and accurate in all material respects as of the respective dates of such confidential information.
Data Provided. To the knowledge of Theia Resources, any confidential information provided by or on behalf of Theia Resources to CNX and its Representatives is true and accurate in all material respects as of the respective dates of such confidential information.
Data Provided. Data for the development of Scorecards shall consist of Snap-Shots sampled from Equifax credit bureau records, provided by Equifax to Fair, Xxxxx based on a Structured Specification, entitled “Equifax/Fair, Xxxxx Research Data Base System” incorporated herein by Appendix A. The data to be provided by Equifax shall be provided at no cost to Fair, Xxxxx in a mutually agreeable form and shall be updated no less frequently than every twelve months until this Agreement is terminated. Equifax agrees not to disclose the Equifax/Fair, Xxxxx Research Data Base System specifications, related computer software programs, or resultant sample data to any third party. Fair, Xxxxx shall use the data provided by Equifax to develop Scorecards, to conduct validation analyses of Pooled Data Base Scorecards, to provide performance data for use in marketing the products and services, and for research and development to the end of improving the jointly developed products and services. Such scorecards will be developed for the sole use of Equifax in the Software Facility defined by this Agreement.
Data Provided. Participant, with the exception of Kentucky State Laboratory, agrees to make available the following Data to the Exchange to the extent technologically feasible and to the extent created and maintained by Participant:
Data Provided. In exchange for the promises by the College Board set forth herein, Institution agrees to supply certain data concerning the educational performance of its students (“Student Data”). As used herein, Student Data, shall mean that data set (or a subset of the data set) defined in Exhibit A, attached hereto. Institution shall provide the Student Data to the College Board electronically and in accordance with the College Board’s written instructions.
Data Provided. The University shall provide the Data to the Recipient at such time or times, and by such means, as may be agreed to by the Parties. The Data is provided at no cost, or with an optional transmittal fee solely to reimburse the University for its preparation and distribution costs. Except as provided in this Agreement, no express or implied licenses or other rights are provided to the Recipient under any patents, patent applications, trade secrets or other proprietary rights of the University. In particular, no express or implied licenses or other rights are provided to use the Data or any related intellectual property of the University for commercial purposes. If the Recipient desires to use or license the Data for commercial purposes, the Recipient agrees, in advance of such use, to negotiate in good faith with the University to establish the terms of a commercial license. It is understood by the Recipient that there shall be no obligation to grant such a license to the Recipient, and may grant exclusive or non-exclusive commercial licenses to others, or sell or assign all or part of the rights in the Data to any third party(ies).
Data Provided. To the knowledge of Meadow Bay, any confidential information provided by or on behalf of Meadow Bay (and the Meadow Bay Subsidiaries) to MVMD and its Representatives is true and accurate in all material respects as of the respective dates of such confidential information.
Data Provided. Customer is granted a non-exclusive operations license to install, store, load, and display (collectively, "Use") certain proprietary Map Products specified on Exhibit "A" attached hereto (Map Data) on as many local area networks and/or end-user workstations as Customer reasonably needs in support of the Uses specified in Section 4 ("Permitted Uses").

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  • Data Provisions Subject to the limitations contained in CA Government Code Section 3558, the City shall provide the Union with all required information on newly-hired employees to the extent it is made available to the City. In addition, within ten (10) business days of the conclusion of each NEO, the City agrees to provide the Union with a stand-alone report containing a list of employees, including classification code and division, who were scheduled to, but did not attend each NEO.

  • Data Processing The APEX Partner Data Processing Addendum, including all updates during the Subscription Term (“Partner DPA”) describes the parties’ respective roles for the processing and control of Personal Data the parties may exchange in the performance of this Agreement. You and Dell will act as independent controllers in respect of the data processing activities related to the data exchanged between the parties. You are responsible for providing any necessary legal notices to your personnel and/or purchasers, Customers, or End Users and obtaining any legally required consents related to Your use, collection, disclosure, sharing, cross border data transfer and processing of Personal Data.

  • Details of Data Processing (a) Subject matter: The subject matter of the data processing under this DPA is the Customer Data.

  • Data Protection and Confidentiality 5.1 The parties shall keep confidential all information relating to this Agreement unless such information has become public knowledge otherwise than in breach of this clause or disclosure or disclosure is required by law or a party's regulatory body or disclosure is made in confidence to their professional adviser.

  • Personal Data Processing 2.1 The Processor shall process Personal Data only on the basis of corresponding recorded orders from the Controller.

  • Data Privacy (a) State Street will implement and maintain a written information security program that contains appropriate security measures generally consistent with industry standard practices aligned with a security framework appropriate for a large financial services company to safeguard the personal information of the Trusts’ shareholders, employees, directors and officers that State Street receives, stores, maintains, processes or otherwise accesses in connection with the provision of services hereunder. The term, ''personal information", as used in this Section, means (a) an individual's name (first initial and last name or first name and last name), address or telephone number plus (i) Social Security or other tax identification number, (ii) driver's license number, (iii) state identification card number, (iv) debit or credit card number, (v) financial account number or (vi) personal identification number or password that would permit access to a person's account, (b) any combination of any of the foregoing that would allow a person to log onto or access an individual's account, or (c) any other non-public personal information within the meaning of applicable law or regulation. "Personal Information" shall not include information that is lawfully obtained from publicly available information, or from federal, state or local government records lawfully made available to the general public (except to the extent applicable law in a particular jurisdiction does not exclude such publicly available information from protection as personal information).”

  • Confidentiality and Data Protection 12.1 Buyer undertakes that it shall not at any time disclose to any person any confidential information concerning (i) the business, affairs, customers, clients or suppliers of Seller or any of its affiliates and (ii) the operations, processes, product information, recipes and formulae, know-how, designs, trade secrets of Seller or any of its affiliates, except as permitted by Condition 12.2 (“Confidential Information”).

  • SERVICE MONITORING, ANALYSES AND ORACLE SOFTWARE 11.1 We continuously monitor the Services to facilitate Oracle’s operation of the Services; to help resolve Your service requests; to detect and address threats to the functionality, security, integrity, and availability of the Services as well as any content, data, or applications in the Services; and to detect and address illegal acts or violations of the Acceptable Use Policy. Oracle monitoring tools do not collect or store any of Your Content residing in the Services, except as needed for such purposes. Oracle does not monitor, and does not address issues with, non-Oracle software provided by You or any of Your Users that is stored in, or run on or through, the Services. Information collected by Oracle monitoring tools (excluding Your Content) may also be used to assist in managing Oracle’s product and service portfolio, to help Oracle address deficiencies in its product and service offerings, and for license management purposes.

  • Privacy and Data Protection 8.1 The Receiving Party undertakes to comply with South Africa’s general privacy protection in terms Section 14 of the Xxxx of Rights in connection with this Bid and shall procure that its personnel shall observe the provisions of such Act [as applicable] or any amendments and re-enactments thereof and any regulations made pursuant thereto.

  • Data Processing Agreement The Data Processing Agreement, including the Approved Data Transfer Mechanisms (as defined in the Data Processing Agreement) that apply to your use of the Services and transfer of Personal Data, is incorporated into this Agreement by this reference. Each party will comply with the terms of the Data Processing Agreement and will train its employees on DP Law.