2.2. Authorized users. Only authorized users can access and use the software. Some software may allow you to determine different types of authorized users, in which case prices and functions may vary depending on the type of user allowed. You are responsible for compliance with this agreement by all authorized users, including the processing of your data by authorized users and for any costs incurred by authorized users (or the addition of authorized users). Any use of the Software must be made exclusively in the interest of you or your related companies (unless expressly authorized in section 2.3 below) and must be within the domain of use. 3.3. Number of instances. Unless otherwise stated in your order, you may install a (1) software production instance on systems that are yours or one of your authorized users or that are operated by you or one of your authorized users, unless otherwise stated in your order. We may also make free “developer” licenses for some of our software offerings, so that you are able to provide non-producing instances, z.B.

for staging or QS purposes. For more details on the application for non-production licences, please visit our website. Unauthorized software outside the scope of copyright protection is either public domain (PD) software or undelated, unauthorized software that is treated as internal business secrets. [2] Contrary to popular belief, unlicensed (non-public) software is fully protected by copyright and is therefore legally unusable (since no right of use is granted by a license) until it is transferred to the public domain at the expiry of the copyright clause. [3] For example, these are unauthorized software leaks or software projects placed without a specific license on public software repositories such as GitHub. [4] Since the voluntary transfer of software to the public (before reaching the copyright clause) is problematic in some jurisdictions (z.B.dem German law), there are also licenses that grant type rights, such as cc0 or WTFPL. [6] Between the CLA and the software development contract, there is the software license agreement, a software license more complicated than that available from a commercial distributor, but not a unique software specifically designed for the licensee. For example, enterprise software, point-of-sale systems and internal human resources systems would generally be allowed under a software license agreement and not as part of a CLUE, as long as they were not clearly developed as part of a software development agreement. The differences between a CLA and a software license are subtle, but a software license generally has more robust maintenance and support rules, ensuring that the licensee trains licensee personnel to use the software and provides maintenance and other support throughout the life of the software.

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