CONSIDERING that restrictions on the disclosure or use of confidential information do not apply and that the parties are not responsible for the disclosure or use of confidential information where there is one of the following conditions: (a) where it has been independently developed by the other Contracting Party or where the receiving Party has legally known to it before receiving such information; (b) where it is made available to the public without restriction after it has been received (i) or (ii) it has been lawfully obtained from the party received from other sources, unless that source has received it because of an obligation of confidentiality contrary to a third party or parties; or (c) if it is known to the public, except due to disclosure by either party See comparison of the old and new agreement with an overview of the changes here. Controllers must also demonstrate that the persons authorised to process personal data have agreed to comply with the requirements of the GDPR. This is a legally binding agreement and, by adoption, you agree to the terms of this agreement on behalf of the company with which you are employed, related or related. Customer`s use of SuperOffice products is subject to one or more of the agreements listed below (“Customer User Agreements”): the structure of an NDAN is generally structured in two basic formats: a mutual NDA or a unilateral NDA. A single-use confidentiality agreement is appropriate if only one party transmits information to the other party. A mutual NDA is used when both parties provide confidential information for the purposes set out in the agreement. While a confidentiality agreement is a great tool for protecting your company`s confidential information, it does not guarantee that the disclosed information will remain protected by the other party. It is therefore essential that you can be aware of any remedies available when the NDA is violated by the other party (although the rights and remedies available depend on the terms of the NDA and general principles of law), which may include: 1.1.9 “Services”, services provided on the basis of the agreement/agreements entered into by the parties. . . .