Definition of Technical and Security Specifications
Technical and Security Specifications means the technical and security specifications for the Video Service that is approved by SONY BMG in writing in advance in its sole discretion for the applicable Approved Distribution Channel, insofar as it pertains to SONY BMG Materials used in connection with the Video Service. The parties hereby acknowledge that as of the Effective Date, Company has not yet submitted proposed such specifications to SONY BMG for its approval hereunder. Company hereby agrees that it will submit proposed such specifications to SONY BMG for its approval hereunder promptly following the complete execution of this Agreement, and that notwithstanding anything elsewhere in this Agreement, SONY BMG's prior approval of such specifications will be deemed a condition precedent to (x) the effectiveness of the Grant of Rights prescribed in Article 1, and (y) SONY BMG's delivery of SONY BMG Videos to Company pursuant to subparagraph 4.01(a). Once so approved by SONY BMG in accordance with the terms hereof, such specifications will be deemed incorporated by reference into this Agreement as the Technical and Security Specifications attached as Exhibit A-1 hereto.
Examples of Technical and Security Specifications in a sentence
Company shall operate the Video Service to the best of Company's abilities in accordance with the Functionality Specifications and the Technical and Security Specifications, and shall not subcontract or otherwise delegate any of Company's duties hereunder.