Use of the Information Sample Clauses

Use of the Information. Restrictions on Use of the Information by the Licensee and Licensee’s Users The Licensee including the Licensee’s Users may not make any compilations store, distribute, make available to any third parties, or reproduce any of the Information or further create, compile, store, make available to any third parties or distribute any Value Added Information. The Licensee shall notify the Licensee’s Users that they must use the Information strictly in accordance with the provisions of Clause 8.1.
Use of the Information. We may use the information provided by You in the following ways, viz: Monitor, improve and administer our Website. Conduct research and analysis. Analyze how the Website is used, diagnose service or technical problems, maintain security. Remember information to help You efficiently access the Website. To ensure that content from Our Website is presented in the most effective manner based upon Your interests. To provide You with information that You request from Us. To carry out Our obligations arising from any contracts entered into between You and Us. To notify You about changes on Our Website. To enable Us to comply with Our legal and regulatory obligations. THIRD-PARTY SERVICES- In general, the third-party providers used by Us will only collect, use and disclose your information to the extent necessary to allow them to perform the services they provide to us. However, certain third-party service providers, such as payment gateways and other payment transaction processors, have their own privacy policies in respect to the information we are required to provide to them for your purchase-related transactions. For these providers, we recommend that You read their privacy policies so You can understand the manner in which your personal information will be handled by these providers. Once you leave our Website or are redirected to a third-party website or application, you are no longer governed by this Privacy Policy. DISCLOSURE OF INFORMATION- Coincent does not sell, rent or otherwise provide your personal or business information to third parties except as provided in this policy. Coincent may share Your information with third parties with Your prior consent and in such an event, the third parties' use of Your information will be bound by the Policy. We may store information in locations outside the direct control of Coincent (for instance, on servers or databases co-located with hosting providers). In the event that We sell or buy any business or assets, we may disclose Your information, with Your prior consent, to the prospective seller or buyer of such business or assets. User, email, and visitor information is generally one of the transferred business assets in these types of transactions. We may also transfer or assign such information in the program of corporate divestitures, mergers, or dissolution. We may disclose Your information to service providers involved in operating Our business. This includes payment providers, third party servers, email ser...
Use of the Information. ICES shall use the personal health information collected under this agreement only as necessary for the following purposes:
Use of the Information. The third party disclosures in this collection are required by statute and regulations.Borrowers use the disclosures required by RESPA and Regulation X to facilitate their informed use of credit terms as well as to protect themselves against inaccurate and unfair credit billing practices. Disclosures are not submitted to the federal government. The Bureau is expanding the scope of servicersobligation to provide certain disclosures, including: Successors in interest. Requiring servicers to treat confirmed successors in interest as borrowers for purposes of Regulation X’s mortgage servicing rules (including with respect to the provision of any disclosures servicers are currently required to provide to borrowers). Early intervention written notices to borrowers in bankruptcy or protected by the FDCPA. Requiring servicers to provide early intervention written notices to certain borrowers in bankruptcy and to borrowers who have provided the servicer with a cease communications notice under the FDCPA. Multiple loss mitigation evaluations. Requiring that servicers comply with the loss mitigation provisions of RESPA with respect to multiple loss mitigation applications from the same borrower in certain circumstances, including by providing a notice telling the borrower if the loss mitigation application is incomplete, approved, or denied; providing a notice of an appeal determination; and providing servicers of senior or second liens encumbering the property that is the subject of the loss mitigation application copies of the loss mitigation application. In addition, the Bureau is adopting minor changes to force-placed insurance notices to address the circumstance in which a borrower’s hazard insurance coverage is insufficient (rather than expired) and permit the consumer’s account number to be included on the notice. The following information collections are new requirements under the final rule:Successors in interest. The requirement that servicers communicate with potential successors in interest about the servicer’s requirements for confirming a successor in interest’s identity and interest in the property. Notice of complete application. The requirement that servicers provide a notice to borrowers when a loss mitigation application is complete. Third-party information. The requirement that servicers provide a notice to borrowers if their determination with respect to a loss mitigation application is delayed beyond a date that is 30 days after receipt of a c...
Use of the Information. The primary purpose of the Rule’s disclosure requirements is to provide buyers timely information on the shipment status of their orders, and to afford them the power to consent to any changed shipment time or to rescind the contract and promptly obtain the return of their money. Using this information, buyers can seek alternative sources of the merchandise and make time-effective purchasing decisions. The Rule’s rebuttable presumption against sellers who lack documentary proof of mechanisms to assure timely shipments provides grounds for possible Commission enforcement action for non- compliance and incentivizes sellers to maintain systems to demonstrate compliance with the Rule.
Use of the Information. The CONFIDENTIAL INFORMATION received from one Contractual Party may only be used by the other for the purpose for which it has been made available. Continuing use is only permitted if the other Contractual Party has provided written permission in advance. Each Contractual Party is obligated to ensure that transmitted data does not cause any damage or losses etc. in the receiver systems, for example, due to computer viruses. Incoming and outgoing data must be examined with up-to-date virus protection programs. If a Contractual Party detects faults or factors impairing operation such as computer viruses, or has a justified reason to suspect such an occurrence, then it must inform the other Party immediately. Irrespective of the notification obligation, each Contractual Party must in such a case take all measures available to it for minimizing damages, identifying and avoiding errors.
Use of the Information. 5.1 In the context of functional areas (business processes, missions, operations, etc.) supported by the IT system, describe how the PII/BII that is collected, maintained, or disseminated will be used. Indicate if the PII/BII identified in Section 2.1 of this document is in reference to a federal employee/contractor, member of the public, foreign national, visitor or other (specify).s.In general, twenty-three (23) Business Operating Units (BOU) within DOC use OITS-GSS services for data storage and retrieval of program information supporting official daily responsibilities and the organization’s mission. Information use is limited to: developing policies, managing programs and providing oversight for collaborative efforts with business customers. The official needs of the BOU determine the extent of the information sharing with other organizations.The information is collected from federal employees, contractors, Departmental non- government personnel, and foreign nationals based on OITS-GSS customer missions. Allinformation access is controlled based on user business roles which restrict the ability to view, copy, modify, and delete the information. The data is restricted for dissemination based on business office documented requirements in accordance with published guidelines.The actual use of the GSS services is described in more detail in the “Typical Transaction”section under each BOU and below: Economic and Statistics Administration (ESA)ESA is not collecting, maintaining, or disseminating PII/BII information on the OITS-GSS.Economic Development Administration (EDA)Grant applications/forms: The forms used for the grants’ request requires the information. The information is used todetermine eligibility. Revolving Loan Fund (RLF) Program: The type of business identifiable information (BII) contained in RLFMS is primarily financial data and could include business names, bank information, borrow loan account information,and additional grantee and borrower information. The information is collected to be in compliance with the semi-annual RLF reporting requirements.Minority Business Development Administration (MBDA)The Minority Business Development Agency uses potentially sensitive BII and race/ethnicity information collected from minority business enterprises to determine eligibility for participation as clients of the MBDA Business Center program. The information collected is from members of the publicMBDA maintains and collects PII when conducting HR acti...
Use of the Information. The Bureau’s proposed rulemaking includes information collection requirements related to (1) upcoming payment notices (including unusual payment notices), and consumer rights notices; and (2) retention of loan agreement obtained when making a covered short-term loan, covered longer-term balloon payment loan, or covered longer-term installment loan, and payment practices. Under § 1041.8, lenders would obtain a new and specific authorization from a consumer in order to withdraw payment from a consumer’s deposit account after two consecutive payment transfer attempts have failed. The new and specific authorization would ensure that consumers maintain control of their deposit account and enable the lender to withdraw payments on a covered loan from the consumer’s deposit account after two consecutive failed payment transfer attempts. Loan disclosures would be provided, as applicable, by lenders or vendors working on their behalf. Under the rule, disclosures may be provided through a variety of channels, including electronically. Under § 1041.9, the rule would require lenders making covered loans to provide disclosures before initial payment withdrawal attempts, and before any unusual withdrawal attempts. The payment notice would alert consumers to the upcoming withdrawal, including potential changes to the typical payment amount, thereby mitigating the risk of certain adverse consequences associated with payment transfer attempts when the consumer’s account lacks sufficient funds. Also under § 1041.9, the rule would also require lenders to provide a consumer rights notice in certain circumstances when two payment transfer attempts have failed. Lenders making covered loans would be required to provide this notice, as applicable. The consumer rights notice would ensure that the costs, benefits, and risks of the loan and associated payments are effectively disclosed to consumers. Under § 1041.12 lenders would be required to retain several types of documentation related to evidence of compliance with the requirements of the rule. The rule requires lenders to use electronic records to satisfy certain recordkeeping requirements. The recordkeeping requirements would facilitate the Bureau’s supervision and enforcement of the requirements of the rule.