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You understand acknowledge and agree that this Agreement and its effectiveness is subject to the approval of the Board of Directors of MAGI. If the Board of Directors of MAGI does not approve this Agreement, this Agreement shall not become effective and shall be of no force or effect. Xxxx, I believe the foregoing represents all of the matters upon which we have agreed concerning the termination of your employment. Provided you are in agreement, please sign in the space provided below and return the signed document to me. Two originals of this Agreement are provided so that you may keep one fully executed document for you own file. Media Arts Group, Inc. By: /s/ Xxx X. Xxxx Xxx X. Xxxx Chief Executive Officer Accepted and Agreed: /s/ Xxxxxxx X. Xxxxxxx Xxxxxxx X. Xxxxxxx Date: 5/02/02 APPENDIX A

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  • Exceptions to Confidential Information The obligations set forth in Section 13.1 (Confidential Information) shall not apply to the extent that Confidential Information includes information which is: (a) now or hereafter, through no unauthorized act or failure to act on the Receiving Party’s part, in the public domain; (b) was in the Receiving Party’s possession before receipt from the Disclosing Party and obtained from a source other than the Disclosing Party and other than through the prior relationship of the Disclosing Party and the Receiving Party before the Separation Date; (c) hereafter furnished to the Receiving Party by a third party as a matter of right and without restriction on disclosure; (d) furnished to others by the Disclosing Party without restriction on disclosure; or (e) independently developed by the Receiving Party without use of the Disclosing Party’s Confidential Information. Nothing in this Agreement shall prevent the Receiving Party from disclosing Confidential Information to the extent the Receiving Party is legally compelled to do so by any governmental, investigative or judicial agency pursuant to proceedings over which such agency has jurisdiction; provided, however, that prior to any such disclosure, the Receiving Party shall: (i) assert the confidential nature of the Confidential Information to the agency; (ii) immediately notify the Disclosing Party in writing of the agency’s order or request to disclose; and (iii) cooperate fully with the Disclosing Party in protecting against any such disclosure and/or obtaining a protective order narrowing the scope of the compelled disclosure and protecting its confidentiality.

  • Passwords and Employee Access Provider shall secure usernames, passwords, and any other means of gaining access to the Services or to Student Data, at a level suggested by Article 4.3 of NIST 800-63-3. Provider shall only provide access to Student Data to employees or contractors that are performing the Services. Employees with access to Student Data shall have signed confidentiality agreements regarding said Student Data. All employees with access to Student Records shall pass criminal background checks.

  • Restricted Use of Confidential Information Each Receiving Party acknowledges the confidential and proprietary nature of the Confidential Information of the Disclosing Party and agrees that such Confidential Information (i) shall be kept confidential by the Receiving Party; (ii) shall not be used for any reason or purpose other than to consummate the Contemplated Transactions; and (iii) without limiting the foregoing, shall not be disclosed by the Receiving Party to any Person, except in each case as otherwise expressly permitted by the terms of this Agreement or with the prior written consent of the Disclosing Party. From and after the Closing, the provisions of this Article VII shall not apply to or restrict in any manner Buyer’s use of any Confidential Information of Seller relating to any of the Assets or the Assumed Liabilities. Notwithstanding the foregoing, the Receiving Party may disclose Confidential Information to the Receiving Party’s attorneys and accountants.

  • NONPUBLIC PERSONAL INFORMATION Notwithstanding any provision herein to the contrary, the Advisor agrees on behalf of itself and its managers, members, officers, and employees (1) to treat confidentially and as proprietary information of the Trust (a) all records and other information relative to the Fund’s prior, present, or potential shareholders (and clients of said shareholders) and (b) any Nonpublic Personal Information, as defined under Section 248.3(t) of Regulation S-P (“Regulation S-P”), promulgated under the Gxxxx-Xxxxx-Xxxxxx Act (the “G-L-B Act”); and (2) except after prior notification to and approval in writing by the Trust, not to use such records and information for any purpose other than the performance of its responsibilities and duties hereunder, or as otherwise permitted by Regulation S-P or the G-L-B Act, and if in compliance therewith, the privacy policies adopted by the Trust and communicated in writing to the Advisor. Such written approval shall not be unreasonably withheld by the Trust and may not be withheld where the Advisor may be exposed to civil or criminal contempt or other proceedings for failure to comply after being requested to divulge such information by duly constituted authorities.

  • Use of Personal Information 1. Personal Information (Personal Information and Personal Information collating with other information) obtained by DBS by providing the service shall be subject for the privacy policy protecting Member’s Personal Information which will be established separately (hereinafter, “Privacy Policy”) and this “Membership Agreement”.

  • Company Creation and Use of Confidential Information The Executive understands and acknowledges that the Company has invested, and continues to invest, substantial time, money and specialized knowledge into developing its resources, creating a customer base, generating customer and potential customer lists, training its employees, and improving its offerings in the pharmaceutical industry. The Executive understands and acknowledges that as a result of these efforts, the Company has created, and continues to use and create Confidential Information. This Confidential Information provides the Company with a competitive advantage over others in the marketplace.

  • Personal Information Each party shall comply with their respective obligations under applicable data protection legislation. HPE does not intend to have access to personally identifiable information (“PII”) of Customer in providing services. To the extent HPE has access to Customer PII stored on a system or device of Customer, such access will likely be incidental and Customer will remain the data controller of Customer PII at all times. HPE will use any PII to which it has access strictly for purposes of delivering the services ordered.