Tos Agreement

A CLJUE is an agreement between the user and the out-of-box licensed software provider. However, many services do not require a user license to operate them, hence the updated terminology. Conditions of use can be found on many types of software, ranging from graphic design and word processing programs to advanced professional software or advanced statistical analysis services. Mobile and desktop applications often contain EULAs, but today providers can decide that the terms of use are more relevant. In exchange for Twitter`s access and use of the Services, you agree that Twitter and its third-party partners and partners may place ads on the services or in connection with the display of content or information from the Services, whether transmitted by you or others. You also agree not to abuse our services, for example by disturbing them or accessing them with a method other than the interface and instructions we have provided. When accessing or using the services, you are not allowed to do the following steps: (i) access, manipulation or use of non-public spaces of services, Twitter computer systems or technical delivery systems of Twitter providers; (ii) examine, scan or test the vulnerability of a system or network to security, or violate or circumvent security or authentication measures; (iii) access or search or attempt to access services; to access or browse services in any other way (automated or otherwise) except through our currently available published interfaces that are provided by Twitter (and only under these commercial terms), unless you have expressly authorized this in a separate agreement with Twitter (NOTE: crawling services is allowed if this is done in accordance with the robot`s rules.txt file, but the dismantling of services without the prior consent of Twitter); (iv) falsify a header of TCP/IP packages or some of the header information in an email or publication, or use the services in any way to send altered, misleading or false information to identify sources; or (v) access to a user, host or network, including, but not limited, to sending a virus, overloading, flooding, spam, bombarding services by email, or by scripting content creation, or by scripting the creation of content in a way that affects or overloads services.

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