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Texas Instruments TI-84 Plus CE App for Chrome OS™ Operating System License Agreement

APPLICATION: TI-84 Plus CE App for Chrome OS™ Operating System (“App”)

STUDENT DATA PRIVACY: Under our Student Data Privacy Policy (https://education.ti.com/en/product-resources/datapolicy), Texas Instruments only collects personal data necessary to associate a user account with an active App license and not for sale, marketing or advertising purposes.  This consists of student name, email address, username/password and country (for language information).

IMPORTANT - By downloading the software and/or documentation you agree to abide by the Texas Instruments Online Terms of Use (https://www.ti.com/legal/terms-of-use.html) and the provisions of this License Agreement (the “Agreement”).

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Computers assigned to the Site and owned or leased by an educational institution and/or student owned computers for student use while they are enrolled at the Site. Each such computer is an Authorized Computer.

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The software program(s) in this installation and any related documentation.

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Software and other electronic documentation bundled with the Program which is licensed under terms other than terms of this Agreement including, for example open source software.

Site -

The physical campus of the educational institution accredited by an association recognized by the U.S. Department of Education or the State Board of Education, or by their equivalents in other countries.

Subscription Period -

The time period specified in the software activation key document included in the packaging or sent to you by TI.

Virtual Use -

Simultaneous use of the Program by two or more users.

 

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Following License Terms apply based on the license type purchased:

SINGLE USER SUBSCRIPTION LICENSE

Upon your receipt of a software activation key for this Program from TI, Licensor grants to you a personal, non-exclusive, non-transferable license to install and use the Program on a single computer during the Subscription Period. Virtual Use is strictly prohibited. You may make one copy of the software for backup and archival purposes. Unless a renewal of the subscription has been purchased, at the conclusion of the Subscription Period the Program must be removed from the computer(s) on which it was installed.  In such case, you warrant that such removal will be performed and so certify in writing to Licensor. You agree to reproduce all copyright and proprietary notices shown in the software and on the media.  Unless otherwise expressly stated in the documentation, you may not duplicate such documentation.

MULTI-USER / SUBSCRIPTION TERM

For the Multi-User / Subscription License, Licensor grants to you a non-exclusive, non-transferable license to install the Program on the number of Authorized Computers authorized by the license purchased.  The Multi-User / Subscription License grants the right to use the Program to any student or faculty member of the educational institution making use of an Authorized Computer on which the Program is rightfully installed under this Agreement for the Subscription Period.

You warrant that you will make all reasonable efforts to remove the Program from student owned computers prior to such student’s graduation or becoming un-enrolled from the educational institution, whichever occurs first, and to inform such student of the termination of their right to use the Program as installed under this Agreement. You may make one copy of the software for backup and archival purposes. You agree to reproduce all copyright and proprietary notices shown in the software and on the media.  Except as expressly stated herein or in the documentation, you may not duplicate such documentation.  In cases where TI supplies the related documentation electronically you may print a copy of the documentation for each Authorized Computer.  Each Authorized Computer on which the Program is installed must be assigned to a Site.  At the conclusion of the Subscription Period the Program will automatically be disabled.

Additional Terms Applicable to All Licenses:

1. Audit: TI reserves the right to audit your installation of the Program to ensure your compliance with the license granted to you, and by accepting this license you agree to allow TI to make such an audit. In the event an audit reveals non-compliance with the license granted to you TI may, in its sole discretion, (a) terminate your license immediately or (b) invoice you for the amount you would have otherwise owed TI had you purchased the appropriate license.  If TI elects to invoice you, you agree to pay TI the invoiced amount within thirty (30) days of the receipt of such invoice.

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4. Copyright: The Programs are copyrighted. You shall not remove, alter, cover, or obscure any confidentiality, trade secret, trade mark, patent, copyright or other proprietary notice or other identifying marks or designs from any component of the Programs.

5. Warranty: TI does not warrant that the Programs will be free from errors or will meet your specific requirements. THE PROGRAMS ARE PROVIDED “AS IS” AND WITH ALL FAULTS. TI AND ITS LICENSORS MAKE NO WARRANTY OR REPRESENTATION, EITHER EXPRESS, IMPLIED OR STATUTORY, REGARDING THE PROGRAMS, INCLUDING, BUT NOT LIMITED TO, ANY IMPLIED WARRANTIES OF MERCHANTABILITY OR FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR PURPOSE OR NON-INFRINGEMENT OF ANY THIRD-PARTY PATENTS, COPYRIGHTS, TRADE SECRETS OR OTHER INTELLECTUAL PROPERTY RIGHTS.

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Some states do not allow the exclusion or limitation of incidental or consequential damages, so the above limitation may not apply; however, IN NO EVENT WILL TI’S OR ITS LICENSORS’ AGGREGATE LIABILITY UNDER THIS AGREEMENT OR ARISING OUT OF YOUR USE OF THE PROGRAMS, OR ANY DATA BREACH INVOLVING STUDENT DATA COLLECT BY TI, EXCEED THE GREATER OF AMOUNTS PAID BY YOU FOR THE PROGRAMS OR FIFTY U.S. DOLLARS (US$50). THE ABOVE LIMITATIONS OF LIABILITY FOR DAMAGES DO NOT APPLY IN CASE OF CAUSATION OF BODILY HARM DUE TO LICENSOR’S FAULT, IN CASE OF DAMAGES DUE TO LICENSOR’S GROSS NEGLIGENCE OR INTENT OR IF LICENSOR IS LIABLE UNDER MANDATORY PRODUCT LIABILITY LAWS.

7. Termination: Without prejudice to any other rights, if you violate this Agreement, TI may terminate your right to use the Programs. Except for licenses granted above, all provisions of this Agreement shall survive expiration or termination of this Agreement.

8. Export Control: The Programs are subject to U.S. export controls and sanctions, the most important of which are administered by the Commerce Department’s Bureau of Industry and Security (“BIS”) under its Export Administration Regulations (“EAR”) (15 Code of Federal Regulations Parts 730-774) and the Treasury Department’s Office of Foreign Assets Control (“OFAC”) under its Foreign Assets Control Regulations (31 Code of Federal Regulations Part 500). Programs may not be exported, re-exported, transferred, or resold to a person or entity barred by the U.S. Government (collectively, “Denied Persons”) from participating in export activities. Denied Persons include, but are not limited to, those individuals or entities listed on the Commerce Department’s Denied Persons List, the Commerce Department’s Entity List, the Directorate of Defense Trade Controls’ List of Statutorily Debarred Parties, and the Treasury Department’s List of Specially Designated Nationals. By using the Programs, you represent and warrant you are not located in any such country or on any such list. You may not use or otherwise export or re-export the Programs except as authorized by United States law and the laws of the jurisdiction in which the Programs were obtained. You also agree that you will not use the Programs for any purposes prohibited by United States law, including, without limitation, the development, design, manufacture, or production of nuclear, chemical, or biological weapons or missile technology.

9. Governing Law: This Agreement will be governed by and interpreted under the laws of the State of Texas, without reference to conflict of laws principles. If a court of competent jurisdiction finds any provision of the Agreement unenforceable, that provision will be enforced to the maximum extent possible to effectuate the intent of the parties, and the remainder of the Agreement shall continue in full force and effect. This Agreement shall not be governed by the United Nations Convention on Contracts for the International Sale of Goods, or by the Uniform Computer Information Transactions Act (UCITA). The parties agree that non-exclusive jurisdiction for any dispute arising out of or relating to this Agreement lies within the courts located in the State of Texas. Notwithstanding the foregoing, any judgment may be enforced in any United States or foreign court, and either party may seek injunctive relief in any United States or foreign court. Failure by TI to enforce any provision of this Agreement shall not be deemed a waiver of future enforcement of that or any other provision or any other agreement that may be in place between the parties.

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Accord de licence pour l'application TI-84 Plus CE pour les système d'exploitation Chrome OS™ de Texas Instruments

APPLICATION : TI-84 plus CE pour les système d'exploitation Chrome OS™

CONFIDENTIALITÉ DES DONNÉES DES ÉTUDIANTS : en vertu de notre politique de confidentialité des données des étudiants (https://education.ti.com/en/product-resources/datapolicy), Texas Instruments (TI) recueille uniquement les données personnelles nécessaires pour associer un compte utilisateur à une licence d'application active et non à des fins de vente, de marketing ou de publicité. Il se compose du nom de l'étudiant, de son adresse e-mail, de son nom d'utilisateur/mot de passe et de son pays (pour plus d'informations sur la langue).

IMPORTANT - En téléchargeant le logiciel et/ou la documentation, vous acceptez de respecter les conditions d'utilisation en ligne de Texas Instruments (http://www.ti.com/legal/terms-of-use.html) et les dispositions du présent Contrat de licence (le « Contrat »).

Définitions :

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Tout ordinateur détenu ou loué par un établissement d’enseignement et affecté au Site, et/ou tout ordinateur personnel des étudiants destiné à leur usage durant leur séjour sur le Site. Chacun de ces ordinateurs est un ordinateur autorisé.

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Les programmes ne sont pas vendus sous licence par Texas Instruments Incorporated (« TI ») et/ou tout autre bailleur de licence applicable (collectivement appelé « Concédant ») en vertu de la licence accordée ci-dessous. Votre droit de copie se limite à la copie de la partie du programme logiciel des programmes sur vos appareils personnels compatibles avec les logiciels, conformément aux conditions générales de Google à l'adresse https://ssl.gstatic.com/chrome/webstore/intl/en/gallery_tos.html. Si, en acceptant le présent Contrat, vous accédez à d'autres contenus sous licence, ils seront répertoriés dans le manifeste du logiciel applicable. Votre utilisation des autres supports sous licence est soumise aux autres clauses de licence applicables, aux confirmations et aux clauses de non-responsabilité spécifiées dans le manifeste du logiciel applicable et/ou identifiées ou incluses avec les autres supports sous licence de l'ensemble de logiciels. À des fins de clarification, le présent Contrat ne limite pas vos droits en vertu de, ou ne vous accorde pas de droits qui remplacent, les termes de tout autre contrat de licence de matériel sous Licence applicable.

Les conditions de contrat de licence suivantes s’appliquent en fonction du type de licence achetée :

LICENCE D’ABONNEMENT INDIVIDUELLE

Après remise par TI d’une clé d’activation de logiciel pour le Programme, le Concédant vous accorde une licence personnelle, non exclusive, non transférable pour installer et utiliser le Programme sur un seul ordinateur, pendant la période d’abonnement. L’utilisation virtuelle est strictement interdite. Vous pouvez créer une copie du logiciel à des fins de sauvegarde et d’archivage. À la fin de la période d’abonnement, à moins que l’abonnement ait été renouvelé, le Programme doit être retiré de l’ordinateur ou des ordinateurs sur lesquels il a été installé.  Dans ce cas, vous garantissez d’enlever le Programme et de certifier par écrit au Concédant que cela a été fait. Vous vous engagez à reproduire toutes les mentions de droits d’auteur et de propriété figurant sur le logiciel et les supports.  Vous n’êtes pas autorisé à reproduire la documentation, à moins qu’il n’en soit prévu autrement dans ladite documentation.

LICENCE MULTI-UTILISATEUR/CONDITIONS D’ABONNEMENT

Pour les licences multi-utilisateurs/abonnement, le Concédant vous accorde une licence non exclusive et non transférable pour installer le Programme sur un nombre précis d’ordinateurs autorisés conformément à la licence achetée.  La licence d’abonnement multi-utilisateur autorise tout étudiant ou membre du corps professoral de l’établissement d’enseignement à utiliser un Ordinateur autorisé sur lequel est installé le Programme, pendant la période d’abonnement, dans la mesure où cette installation est conforme au présent Accord.

Vous garantissez que vous déploierez des efforts raisonnables pour supprimer le Programme des ordinateurs personnels des étudiants avant qu’ils n’obtiennent leur diplôme ou qu’ils ne quittent l’établissement, selon la première éventualité ; et que vous les informerez qu’ils ne sont plus autorisés à utiliser le Programme qui a été installé en vertu du présent Accord. Vous pouvez créer une copie du logiciel à des fins de sauvegarde et d’archivage. Vous vous engagez à reproduire toutes les mentions de droits d’auteur et de propriété figurant sur le logiciel et les supports.  Vous n’êtes pas autorisé à reproduire la documentation, à moins qu’il n’en soit prévu autrement dans les présentes ou dans ladite documentation.  Dans les cas où TI fournit la documentation connexe par voie électronique, vous pouvez imprimer une copie de la documentation pour chaque Ordinateur autorisé.  Chaque Ordinateur autorisé sur lequel est installé le Programme doit être affecté à un Site.  À la fin de la période d’abonnement, le Programme sera automatiquement désactivé.

Conditions supplémentaires applicables à toutes les licences :

1. TI se réserve le droit d'auditer votre installation du Programme pour vous assurer de votre conformité avec la licence qui vous a été accordée, et en acceptant cette licence, vous acceptez de permettre à TI d'effectuer un tel audit. Dans le cas où un audit révèle une non-conformité à la licence qui vous a été accordée, TI peut, à sa seule discrétion, (a) résilier votre licence immédiatement ou (b) vous facturer le montant que vous auriez dû autrement à TI si vous aviez acheté la licence appropriée. Si TI choisit de vous facturer, vous acceptez de payer TI le montant facturé dans les trente (30) jours suivant la réception de cette facture.

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4. Droits d'auteur : les programmes sont protégés par des droits d'auteur. Vous ne devez pas supprimer, modifier, couvrir ou masquer toute confidentialité, secret commercial, marque commerciale, brevet, copyright ou autre avis de propriété ou autres marques ou dessins d'identification de quelque composant que ce soit des programmes.

5. Garantie : TI ne garantit pas que les programmes seront exempts d'erreurs ou répondront à vos exigences spécifiques. LES PROGRAMMES SONT FOURNIS "EN L'ÉTAT" ET AVEC TOUTES LES PANNES. TI ET SES CONCÉDANTS DE LICENCE NE FONT AUCUNE GARANTIE OU DÉCLARATION, EXPRESSE, IMPLICITE OU STATUTAIRE, CONCERNANT LES PROGRAMMES, Y COMPRIS, MAIS SANS S'Y LIMITER, TOUTE GARANTIE IMPLICITE DE QUALITÉ MARCHANDE OU D'ADÉQUATION À UN USAGE PARTICULIER OU DE NON-VIOLATION DE TOUT BREVET, DROIT D'AUTEUR, SECRET COMMERCIAL OU AUTRE DROIT DE PROPRIÉTÉ INTELLECTUELLE DE TIERS.

6. LIMITATIONS : EN AUCUN CAS, TI OU SES CONCÉDANTS DE LICENCE NE POURRONT ÊTRE TENUS RESPONSABLES DE TOUT DOMMAGE INDIRECT, ACCIDENTEL, PUNITIFS OU CONSÉCUTIF, PERTE DE BÉNÉFICES, PERTE D'UTILISATION OU DE DONNÉES, OU INTERRUPTION DE L'ACTIVITÉ, QUE LES DOMMAGES ALLÉGUÉS SOIENT ÉTIQUETÉS EN RESPONSABILITÉ DÉLICITE, CONTRACTUELLE OU D'INDEMNITÉ.

Certains États n'autorisent pas l'exclusion ou la limitation des dommages accessoires ou indirects, de sorte que la limitation ci-dessus peut ne pas s'appliquer ; TOUTEFOIS, EN AUCUN CAS LA RESPONSABILITÉ GLOBALE DE TI OU DE SES CONCÉDANTS DE LICENCE EN VERTU DE LA PRÉSENTE ENTENTE OU DÉCOULANT DE VOTRE UTILISATION DES PROGRAMMES NE DÉPASSERA LE MONTANT LE PLUS ÉLEVÉ QUE VOUS AVEZ PAYÉ POUR LES PROGRAMMES OU CINQUANTE DOLLARS AMÉRICAINS (50 DOLLARS AMÉRICAINS). LES LIMITATIONS DE RESPONSABILITÉ CI-DESSUS POUR LES DOMMAGES NE S'APPLIQUENT PAS EN CAS DE CAUSALITÉ DE DOMMAGES CORPORELS DUS À LA FAUTE DU CONCÉDANT, EN CAS DE DOMMAGES DUS À LA NÉGLIGENCE OU À L'INTENTION BRUTE DU CONCÉDANT OU SI LE CONCÉDANT EST RESPONSABLE EN VERTU DES LOIS OBLIGATOIRES SUR LA RESPONSABILITÉ DU PRODUIT.

7. Résiliation : sans préjudice de tout autre droit, si vous violez le présent Contrat, TI peut résilier votre droit d'utiliser les programmes. À l'exception des licences accordées ci-dessus, toutes les dispositions du présent Contrat resteront en vigueur après l'expiration ou la résiliation du présent Contrat.

8. Contrôle des exportations : les programmes sont soumis aux contrôles et sanctions des États-Unis à l'exportation, dont les plus importants sont administrés par le Bureau de l'industrie et de la sécurité du Département du commerce (« BIS ») en vertu de son Export Administration Regulations (« EAR ») (15 Code of Federal Regulations Parties 730-774) Et le Bureau du contrôle des actifs étrangers (« OFAC ») du ministère du Trésor en vertu de son Règlement sur le contrôle des actifs étrangers (partie 500 du Code des règlements fédéraux de 31). Les programmes ne peuvent pas être exportés, réexportés, transférés ou revendus à une personne ou à une entité interdite par le gouvernement américain (collectivement, les « personnes refusées ») de participer à des activités d'exportation. Les personnes refusées comprennent, sans s’y limiter, les personnes ou entités inscrites sur la liste des personnes refusées du Ministère du Commerce, la liste des entités du Ministère du Commerce, la liste des Parties interdites par les statuts de la Direction des contrôles commerciaux de la Défense et la liste des ressortissants spécialement désignés du Ministère du Trésor. En utilisant les programmes, vous déclarez et garantissez que vous ne vous trouvez pas dans un tel pays ou sur une telle liste. Vous n'êtes pas autorisé à utiliser, exporter ou réexporter les programmes, sauf autorisation contraire de la loi des États-Unis et de la juridiction dans laquelle les programmes ont été obtenus. Vous acceptez également de ne pas utiliser les programmes à des fins interdites par la loi des États-Unis, y compris, mais sans s'y limiter, le développement, la conception, fabrication ou production d'armes nucléaires, chimiques ou biologiques ou de missiles.

9. Droit applicable : le présent Contrat sera régi et interprété en vertu des lois de l'État du Texas, sans référence aux principes de conflit de lois. Si un tribunal compétent juge qu'une disposition du présent Contrat n'est pas applicable, cette disposition sera appliquée dans toute la mesure possible pour donner effet à l'intention des parties, et le reste du Contrat restera en vigueur. Le présent Contrat ne sera pas régi par la Convention des Nations Unies sur les contrats de vente internationale de marchandises, ni par la Loi uniforme sur les transactions informatiques (UCITA). Les parties conviennent que la juridiction non exclusive pour tout litige découlant du présent Contrat ou lié à celui-ci incombe aux tribunaux de l'État du Texas. Nonobstant ce qui précède, tout jugement peut être exécuté par un tribunal américain ou étranger, et l'une ou l'autre des parties peut demander une injonction dans un tribunal américain ou étranger. Le non-respect par TI de toute disposition du présent Contrat ne sera pas considéré comme une renonciation à l'application future de cette disposition ou de toute autre disposition ou de tout autre accord qui pourrait être en place entre les parties.

10. Langue applicable : si TI vous a fourni une traduction de la version anglaise du présent Contrat, vous acceptez que la traduction soit fournie uniquement pour votre commodité et que les versions en anglais régissent et contrôlent. En cas de contradiction entre la version anglaise du présent Contrat et une traduction, la version anglaise aura priorité.

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