Data License Agreement Ocp

These two licenses provide the framework for the collaborative exchange of data that has proven itself in open source software communities. The background document should be useful in understanding the framework for the application of the CDLA. We encourage communities and organizations that wish to exchange data to check community data license agreements and ensure that they meet your needs and applications. This is a license from ACE-Hellas and not a sale of goods. This agreement gives you certain limited rights to use ACE-Hellas` proprietary software and related materials. All rights not expressly granted in this Agreement are reserved to ASE-Hellas. Omilia will ensure and ensure that any subcontractor authorises the Data Controller to access its premises, IT systems and other information systems, records, documents and agreements, to the extent reasonably required by the Processor, in order to verify whether Omilia and/or its subcontractors are complying with their obligations under the Framework Contract (or a sub-contract) or applicable data protection law. Any verification provided for in clause 10.1 shall not require the verification of third party data and that such regulatory body undertakes with Omilia or the relevant processor the confidentiality obligations reasonably necessary to ensure the confidentiality of the commercial interests of the processor or subcontractor, as well as data and information of third parties of which the auditing entity may become aware during the verification; to preserve. Orders the party under consideration to bear its own costs in relation to such an audit, unless the audit does not reveal non-compliance with the obligations of the processor or processor under applicable data protection law, this Agreement or a subsequent subcontract; in this case, the costs of the audit shall be borne by the subcontractor.

The challenge is that IP systems around the world treat data differently than software. Our usual OSI-approved licenses don`t work well when applied to data. In the current circumstances, Omilia will inform the Data Controller in writing as soon as possible and at the latest within 24 hours of the discovery of accidental, unauthorized or unlawful destruction, loss, modification or disclosure of personal data or access (“breach of security”). This notification shall include (i) a detailed description of the security breach, (ii) the nature of the data that was the subject of the security breach and (iii) the identity of each data subject (or, if this is not possible, the approximate number of data subjects and sets of personal data concerned). Omilia communicates to the data controller, in such communication (i), the name and contact details of the data protection officer of the processor or other contact point where further information can be obtained; (ii) a description of the likely consequences of the breach of security; (iii) a description of the measures taken or proposed by Omilia to remedy the security breach, including, where appropriate, measures to mitigate its potential adverse effects; and, in addition, in such notification or thereafter (iv) as soon as such information may be collected or otherwise available, any other information that the Data Controller may reasonably request in relation to the breach of security. Omilia will immediately investigate the security breach and identify, prevent and mitigate the effects of a security breach in accordance with its obligations under this Agreement and, subject to the prior consent of the Data Controller, all necessary measures to remedy the breach of security. Omilia will not publish or publish submissions, communications, press releases or reports of security breaches regarding personal data (“advertising”) without the prior written permission of the Data Controller. The measures and actions described in this clause 8 are carried out at The expense of Omilia, without prejudice to the right of the Data Controller to lodge a remedy (including the right to reimbursement of the costs of the Person responsible for legal proceedings against Omilia or the Processor) as a result of the infringement, and Omilia pays or reimburses all costs to the Data Controller. Losses and expenses related to costs related to the preparation and publication of advertisements. . .