User Agreement Policy

In the same way, Ubisoft puts the risk on the end user. It is their responsibility to choose the right product for their purposes, and they download and use the software at their own risk: this is important, as there is a general misunderstanding that end users “own” their copy of your application. People often think that when they buy something, it`s up to them. However, all the end user has is a working copy of your software – no rights to the software itself. What for? Because it is a legally enforceable contract between two contracting parties – you and the individual user. Put your users at ease to access your legal agreements from any platform and at any time. You must specify what end users cannot do with your product. They should present these restrictions in a clear and concise manner so that they are easy to understand. It should also be obvious that the end user can terminate the agreement if he or she so wishes. Rockstar Games has a great clause for that. It is at the top of the EULA and refers to both the Data Protection Directive and the company`s terms of use.

If end users approve of the EULA, they also agree with the privacy policy and terms of use, so it is important that end users have easy access to it: this is the privacy policy of the website (“website” of CERTI). US, a subsidiary of the Center for Environmental Research & Technology, Inc. and Colorado Vintage Companies, Inc. (together “CERTI”, “we”, “us” or “we”). Your privacy is very important to us and we are committed to protecting it. We understand that you must have control over your personal data. This privacy policy explains how the CERTI website helps CERTI collect personal data from you and the purpose of this collection. This privacy policy aims to ensure that you know how your personal data is being used and to give you the choice to use it. . . .