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Neither ClearDATA customers nor those that access a ClearDATA service through ClearDATA’s customers, may use a ClearDATA service:

In a way prohibited by law, regulation, governmental order or decree;

To violate the rights others;

To try to gain unauthorized access to or disrupt any service, device, data, account or network;

To spam or distribute malware;

In a way that could harm the ClearDATA service or impar anyone else’s use of it; or

In ay application or situation where failure of the service could lead to the death or serious bodily injury of any person, or to severe physical or environment damage.

In addition ClearDATA customers must adhere to agreed security measures as detailed in the customer’s service order and implementation documentation, and otherwise adhere to current industry best practices appropriate to their environment.

ClearDATA may suspend or terminate services or access to a cloud environment, or both, as reasonably necessary to respond to an AUP enforcement action or request made on ClearDATA by Microsoft Corporation.

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