Google Gcp Agreement

“data processing and security conditions,” the conditions for: cloud.google.com/terms/data-processing-terms. 1.6 New apps and services. Google may: (i) provide new applications, tools, functions or features from time to time via the Services and (ii) add from time to time new services to the definition “services” (by adding under the url under this definition) whose use may depend on the customer`s consent to additional terms. 2.4 Rejection policy. Google will announce whether it intends to fix or change the inconsistent changes to the services listed in the following URL. Google will make reasonable economic efforts to continue to operate these identified versions and service features on cloud.google.com/terms/deprecation without these changes at least one year after this announcement, except (as Google states in its reasonable judgment in good faith): a) Google may not do so by law or contractually (including a change in applicable law or contract) or b) the continuation of the provision of services could result in a security risk or (ii) a significant economic or technical burden. This directive is the “fault policy.” “services,” the services described here: cloud.google.com/terms/services (including all associated APIs). These service-specific terms and conditions are incorporated into the agreement under which Google has agreed to make the Google Cloud platform (described under cloud.google.com/terms/services) available to the customer (the “agreement”). If the agreement authorizes the resale or availability of the Google Cloud platform as part of a Google Cloud partner or reseller program, all customer references under the specific terms of the service are synonymous with partners or resellers (if any) and all references to customer data under specific service conditions. Wholesale terms that are used in service-specific conditions, but are not defined, have the meaning given to them in the agreement. “royalties,” the fees applicable to each service and all applicable taxes. The fee for each service is shown here: cloud.google.com/skus/.

A “royalty threshold” refers to the threshold (which can be discounted from time to time) as it applies to certain services, as stated here: cloud.google.com/skus/. “Data Processing and Security Conditions” current conditions describe Google`s privacy and processing obligations with respect to customer data, such as: cloud.google.com/terms/data-processing-terms/partner/ “SLA” of each of the current service level agreements at: cloud.google.com/terms/sla/. These terms of use of the Google Cloud platform (together the “contract”) are underwritten by Google and the company or person who accepts these conditions (“customer”) and govern the customer`s access to the Services and the use of the Services. “Google” has the meaning given to cloud.google.com/terms/google-entity. Google sets limits on your use of APIs at its sole discretion (for example.B. Limit the number of API requirements you can make or the number of users you can use). You agree with these restrictions, which are documented with each API, and don`t try to circumvent them. If you wish to use an API beyond these limits, you must obtain Google`s explicit consent (and Google may refuse such a request or condition your consent to additional conditions and/or additional user fees). To obtain such permission, contact Google`s API team for information (for example. B on Google`s development console).

15.1. Google will send the customer messages under the agreement by sending an email to the notification email address.

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