2.7 New services. Google may, from time to time, provide its customers with new services whose use is available to the customer and may depend on the customer`s consent to additional conditions, but in any event subject to the same legal conditions of the agreement. 1.1 Use of services. Google will make the services available to the customer. Subject to the terms of the agreement, Google grants the Customer a worldwide non-transferable, non-licensed and non-transferable license (except in Section 15.2) over the lifetime, to: a) access and use the Services, (b) integrate the Services into each application and make the Services available to users of the application and c) access and use the software provided by Google. The client may allow his contractors and agents to access the services only on behalf of the client and use them, provided that the client is responsible for any violation of the agreement by those contractors or agents, as if this violation had been caused by the Customer. NOW THEREFORE, given the premises and mutual agreements and agreements in this area and other good and valuable counterparties whose receipt and sufficiency are recognized, the parties agree: 1. The data importer will not sign any of the processing operations it performs on behalf of the data exporter under the clauses without the prior written consent of the data exporter. If the data importer signs its obligations under the clauses with the agreement of the data exporter, it will do so only through a written agreement with the subprocessor that will impose the same obligations on the subprocessor as those imposed on the data importer under the clauses. If the subprocessor fails to meet its data protection obligations under such a written agreement, the data importer is fully liable to the data exporter for the performance of the subprocessing obligations arising from this agreement. 4.
The data exporter maintains a list of sub-processing agreements entered into under the clauses and communicated by the subject data importer in point 5, d j), which are updated at least once a year. The list will be available to the data exporter`s data protection authority. 7.1 Compensation by OneSpace for third-party claims. OneSpace is committed to protecting and maintaining subscribers and their respective affiliates and their respective senior executives, employees, directors, representatives and representatives (all “subscriber parties”) from and against any allegation, claim, claim, appeal, recourse, recourse or recourse of third parties (a “third-party action”) against a subscriber to the extent that it is appealed or on any of the following claims, claims, proceedings, (i) the gross negligence, recklessness or intentional illegality of OneSpace (with the exception of OneSpace participants retained by the subscriber through OneSpace platform) to the extent or on any of the following consequences: (i) OneSpace`s gross negligence, recklessness or deliberately illegitimate negligence (with the exception of OneSpace participants retained by the subscriber via the OneSpace platform) as part of this agreement (ii) to any failure of OneSpace to comply with all laws , rules and rules applicable under this agreement, and (iii) any allegation that the OneSpace platform (excluding subscriber data) and/or the enterprise technology underlying the OneSpace platform are contrary to the intellectual property rights of these third parties, which result from the subscriber`s use of the OneSpace platform or The Materials of the OneSpace platform in accordance with the terms of this agreement, to abuse or violate it in any way (but not to the extent that an allegation of embezzlement, infringement or infringement of the intellectual property rights of these third parties comes from a contributor to OneSpace). In the case of intellectual property rights violations, it is considered, at its sole discretion, that a third-party claim or adverse judgment is likely in relation to such a claim, the company may, at its own choice (a) obtain a licence from such a third-party applicant allowing the subscriber to continue the use of the OneSpace platform; b) modify the OneSpace platform so that it is not hurtan