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For example, if you download software from the Internet, the CLA is provided electronically. The acronym EULA represents the end user license agreement and is sometimes referred to as a software license agreement. Some experts argue that a SaaS “license” only means permission to use it and does not grant a copyright license. But why take the risk, given that a SaaS contract with the word “license” could harm the seller in at least four ways? Recently, publishers have begun encrypting their software packages to prevent the user from installing the software without accepting the license agreement or violating the Digital Millennium Copyright Act (DMCA) and foreign counterparts. [Citation required] Tiny undertakes, at its own expense, to defend, at its own expense, any claim or legal action against the licensee or to settle them at its own expense, to the extent that it is based on a right: that the licensed software as used in this self-regulated software license agreement violates or violates a U.S. patent, copyrights, trademarks, trade secrets or other property rights of a third party, and Tiny will retain the licensee of all reasonably incurred damages, costs and costs (including reasonable legal fees) that are due to such a claim or legal action and are considered in a final judgment against the licensee. The licensee agrees that Tiny be exempt from the above obligation, unless the taker communicates to Tiny: (a) an immediate written notification of the application or appeal; (b) exclusive control and authority over their defence or colonization; and (c) all information, assistance and powers available to settle and/or defend such claims or measures. If licensed software is the subject of an infringement action or is likely to be brought by Tiny, Tiny may, according to its choice alone, acquire the right to use the software under license at no cost; (ii) replace or modify the licensed software so as not to make it hurtful, unless there is a significant loss of functionality; or (iii) if, in Tiny`s reasonable opinion, neither (i) nor (ii) are marketable above, the license is terminated and returns all unused sums that tiny paid by the licensee for licensed software depreciated on a straight basis of sixty (60) months. Tiny, in accordance with this section 8.3, assumes no liability for claims or legal actions if: A) such a claim or action would have been avoided, but for any modification of the software or parts of software granted after delivery to the licensee; (B) such a claim or act could have been avoided, but for the combination or use of the software or its licensed parts with other products, processes or materials that were not provided or indicated in writing by Tiny; (C) the licensee allegedly continued to violate an activity after being informed of it or informed of any changes that would have prevented the alleged violation; or (D) the use of the software licensed by the licensee is not strictly in accordance with the terms of this self-regulating software license agreement.

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