Dropbox End User License Agreement

These Terms are governed by California law, except for conflict of laws rules. However, some countries (including European Union countries) have laws requiring agreements to be subject to the consumer`s local laws. This paragraph is not in force. If you only want to include one of these legal agreements, at least create good terms of use and insert all your license information into them. Updating and including our new Data Processing Agreement (DPA), including changes related to compliance with the California Consumer Privacy Act (CCPA) Dropbox is an active participant in the open source community. We have purchased many of our own (opensource.dropbox.com) open source projects and we use open source software in various ways for our products. Here you will find the nominative notes of the open source software that can be included in our products. Organisational information and data (online and offline), as well as documents, images and other content or data in electronic form stored or transmitted by end-users through the services of the data importer. The terms of service usually don`t show up when your user opens the app for the first time, but there`s no reason why you can`t set it up this way if you want. The scope of the license is important to make it clear what your users can and cannot do. Let us first try to clarify things.

We want to address your concerns without the need for a formal dispute. Before you file a claim against Dropbox, you agree to try to resolve the dispute informally by contacting dispute-notice@dropbox.com. We will try to resolve the dispute informally by contacting you by email. If a dispute is not resolved within 15 days of your filing, you or Dropbox can initiate formal proceedings. The end-users of the data exporter and the associated enterprises of the data exporter, including the employees, consultants and contractors of the data exporter, as well as any person working or sharing with those end-users using the services provided by the data importer. No refunds. You can cancel your paid Dropbox account at any time. Refunds are only granted if required by law. For example, users living in the European Union have the right to cancel their subscriptions to a paid account within 14 days of registering, upgrading or renewing a paid account. In addition to your EULA, you must attach separate terms of use in order to address all other aspects of your legal relationship with your users and to ensure that both documents are properly displayed with “Clickwrap” methods for the agreement. These clauses are included to allow you to protect yourself in the event of a malfunction of your software or misuse of your software by your users.

These Terms represent the entire agreement between you and Dropbox with respect to the subject matter of these Terms and supersede any other prior or concurrent agreements or terms that apply to the subject matter of these Terms. These conditions do not create rights for third party beneficiaries. These agreements are similar in many ways, but have important legal and substantive differences that you should consider when setting up your mobile app. Except for disputes (defined below), any dispute, claim or controversy arising out of or in connection with this Agreement, including, but not limited to, (1) claims relating to condition, breach, performance, performance, performance, interpretation or validity; (2) claims of unlawful conduct (including negligence) related to the negotiation, performance or performance of this Agreement (3) the determination of the extent or applicability of this Agreement to arbitration proceedings shall be governed by arbitration conducted by JAMS in accordance with its detailed arbitration rules and procedures and in accordance with the expedited procedures provided for in those Rules or under the JAMS Continuous Arbitration Rules. .

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