3.2. Restrictions. Unless expressly authorized to the contrary in this Agreement, you: a) do not modify, modify, modify or create works derived from part of the software; (b) leasing, leasing, distribution, sale, sublicensing, transfer or access to software to third parties; (c) to use the software for the benefit of third parties; (d) integrate the software into a product or service that you provide to third parties; (e) disrupt a license key mechanism in the software or otherwise bypass mechanisms in the software to limit your use; (f) reverse engineering, decomplexation, decompilation, translation or any other derivative of source code, underlying ideas, algorithms, file formats or non-public APIs to the software, unless applicable legislation specifically allows it (and only in advance to us); (g) remove or conceal proprietary or other information contained in the software; (h) use the software for competitive analysis or competitive products; (i) publicly disseminate information about the software`s performance; or (j) encourage or help others to make one of the previous problems. Software companies often enter into specific agreements with large companies and public authorities, which include specially designed support contracts and guarantees. The content of a software license agreement depends on the nature of the licensed application, the type of application it uses, and the amount and extent of support required. In other situations, the software license agreement is not or cannot be negotiated in full or in part. The following checklist is for the licensing of enterprise software in which the licensee installs and uses the software on the licensee`s premises. If the software is in the cloud or in another remote hosting environment, you should see this article on SaaS contracts. If the software is provided as part of a master service contract that includes the work instruction license, see the Master Services Agreement Guide and the Work Statement Guide. A free software license gives users of this software the right to use, modify and redistribute creative works and software that are both copyrighted and generally not licensed with proprietary software. These licenses usually contain a disclaimer, but this feature is not just for free software.  Copyleft licenses also contain a key add-on clause, which must be followed to copy or modify the software, requiring the user to provide source code to the factory and distribute its changes under the same license (or sometimes compatible); effectively to protect derivative works from the loss of original permissions used in proprietary programs. «Licence» refers to the license that the donor issues to the licensee for the use of the software and documentation, in accordance with the terms of this agreement.
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