Third Party Data Use Agreement

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4.7 At the request of the other party, the recipient shall return to the recipient all copies and records of the confidential information disclosed by the other party and shall not keep any copies or records of the confidential information disclosed by the other party. 4.4 The recipient undertakes to keep confidential information disclosed by the other party safe and not to communicate it to third parties, with the exception of its collaborators and professional advisors who must know this for this purpose, who know that they have an obligation of trust and are bound by obligations equivalent to those of the NDA. The processor shall provide the controller with a written statement in which the processor guarantees that all the personal data mentioned above or other data mentioned above have been returned or erased in accordance with the instructions of the controller and that the processor has not kept copies, printouts or data on any medium. In the absence of strong intellectual property rights that protect data and databases in the United States, data-sharing agreements work best when they are part of a broader agreement between research partners. An individual agreement on data sharing should not replace the larger agreement between the partners, but complement and support a particular aspect of the broader agreement. A detailed overview of the role of a data sharing agreement within a large company between research partners is available at Data Sharing: Creating Agreements, Paige Backlund Jarquín MPH, Colorado Clinical and Translational Sciences Institute & Rocky Mountain Prevention Research Center. 4.2 Each Party to this Agreement shall be designated as the “Recipient” when it receives or uses Confidential Information disclosed by the other Party. This is a legally binding agreement and, by adoption, you agree to the terms of this agreement on behalf of the company with which you are employed, related or related. The licensee may not use the data of third parties for illegal or unauthorized purposes, nor allow anyone to use it. Third party data is only made available for the licensee`s internal use and licensee has no right or right to distribute or make available such information or software to third parties without the prior written permission of Sustainalytics and such specified third party. `processing` of personal data means any use, operation or series of operations carried out using personal data, whether or not carried out automatically, such as collection. B, transfer, storage, modification, disclosure within the meaning of the applicable legislation and EU Regulation 2016/679.

The processor shall ensure, by provided systematic, organisational and technical measures, adequate security of information with regard to the confidentiality, integrity and accessibility of the processing of personal data, in accordance with the provisions of current data protection legislation on information security. The processing of personal data (as defined below) is subject to the requirements and obligations provided for by current legislation. Where the controller is a legal person established in the European Economic Area (EEA), the relevant data protection legislation covers local data protection legislation and this EU Regulation 2016/679 of 27 April 2016. The parties undertake to amend this Data Processing Agreement to the extent necessary due to the new mandatory requirements of EU Regulation 2016/679. This document gives an overview of how SuperOffice processes customer data with regard to the data processing contract for support and consulting services (section A). .