Google Cloud License Agreement

2.4 Rejection policy. Google will announce whether it intends to fix or change the inconsistent changes to the services listed in the following URL. Google will make reasonable economic efforts to continue to operate these identified versions and service features on cloud.google.com/terms/deprecation without these changes at least one year after this announcement, except (as Google states in its reasonable judgment in good faith): a) Google may not do so by law or contractually (including a change in applicable law or contract) or b) the continuation of the provision of services could result in a security risk or (ii) a significant economic or technical burden. This directive is the “fault policy.” `service-specific conditions`, the specific conditions for each service on cloud.google.com/cloud/terms/service-terms. For the purposes of this agreement, the term “reseller” under service-specific conditions is referred to as “partner.” The customer purchases Google services through the partner and as such, in accordance with this partnership agreement, all references to the customer apply under the specific terms of the service, as in writing, notwithstanding comments to the contrary. You agree to display all of the attributions required by Google as shown in the API documentation. Google hereows a non-exclusive non-transferable, non-conceded license, while the terms of use for displaying Google`s brand functions for the advertising or advertising you use in APIs are effective. You may only use Google`s brand functions in accordance with the conditions and for the purposes of fulfilling your obligations in this section. When you use Google`s brand functions, you need to follow Google branding policies. You understand and accept that Google has the exclusive power to determine whether your imputation (s) and the use of Google`s brand functions comply with the above requirements and policies. “significant obsolescence,” a service change, which was identified by cloud.google.com/cloud/terms/deprecation without providing functionally equivalent solutions via services. Google provides information that helps copyright holders manage their intellectual property online, but Google cannot determine whether something is being used legally or not without their entry.

Google responds to communications about allegations of copyright infringement and terminates recidivists` accounts in accordance with the trial of the U.S. Digital Millennium Act. If the customer feels that someone is infringing customers` copyrights and wants to inform Google, the customer can find information about the submission of notifications and Google`s policies regarding the response to notifications to www.google.com/dmca.html. 2.3 Service changes. Subject to Section 2.4 (Deprecation Policy), Google may make changes to services that may include adding, updating or upgrading services or service parts or functions and will notify the customer of significant changes, provided the customer subscribes to Google to be notified of changes to the Services. The use of new features or functions may depend on the customer`s consent to additional conditions. “Royalties” or “fees” or “prices” (a) are taxes declared in cloud.google.com/skus for each service and TSS and (b) all applicable taxes. Google calculates in local currency and converts prices into national currency based on the conversion rates of major financial institutions on a daily basis.

Posted April 10th, 2021 in Uncategorized.

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