3. THE CONFINES. No party will use the other party`s confidential information unless it is necessary for the implementation of this ECJ, no party will disclose this confidential information to third parties, with the exception of NVIDIA staff or its related companies, to you, your company or to your contractors, who must be aware of this confidential information for the performance of this ECJ, provided that each of these staff, staff and contractors is subject to a written agreement with confidentiality obligations in accordance with the commitments set out in this report. Each party will do everything reasonably in its power to preserve the confidentiality of all confidential information held or controlled by the other party, but by no means less than its usual efforts with respect to its own confidential information of a similar nature and importance. The above obligations do not prevent any of the parties from disclosing the confidential information provided by the other party or the terms of the report, in accordance with applicable securities legislation or the order or request of a court; (ii) make reasonable efforts to obtain, as far as possible, confidential treatment or similar protection, in order to avoid such disclosure, to challenge this injunction or request before it is made public (whether it is a protection decision or otherwise), (ii) to obtain confidential treatment or similar protection to the fullest extent possible, in order to avoid such disclosure, and (iii) dividing the minimum amount of information required to meet these requirements. 22.2 Customer Confirmations. The customer acknowledges and accepts that: a) Google may use subprocessors to provide all or part of the transfer appliance service; b) time is not essential; (c) As part of the appliance transfer service, Google may temporarily move the corresponding customer data into a staging-bucket within a Google-specific project, which is accessible to the customer and, shortly thereafter, erases that customer data from application transfer materials, and the conclusion of the decompression and decryption of that customer data by the customer (or this is done in a reasonable number of days indicated by Google) is an instruction to Google to remove the corresponding data from the “Bucket” customer; (d) the client is solely responsible, as part of his own project, for all instance and objective buckets in which the client wishes to decode and decipher existing customer data; (e) as between the parties, the appliance transfer materials are still in Google`s possession, and the property is not transferred to the customer; (f) the customer is responsible for the full risk of loss or deterioration of the appliance transfer equipment while under its control; (g) the proper functioning of the appliance transfer service depends to a large extent on the customer`s IT environment, which may contain inconsistent errors or variations that are not controlled by Google; (h) Google will endeavour to provide the customer with the requested appliance transfer model, but due to availability issues, it will instead be able to provide another appliance transfer model. (i) Google will charge the customer for the use of the appliance transfer service based on the price list published under cloud.google.com/transfer-appliance/docs/2.0/pricing and pay the customer; (j) Technical assistance for the transfer appliance service is provided only as described in the transfer appliance service documentation. and (k) the customer`s only recourse in an unsuccessful attempt to complete the appliance transfer service is that Google is making reasonable efforts to restart the appliance transfer service; There is no refund.