Google Chrome End User License Agreement

6.1 “Brand Characteristics,” the trade names, trademarks, service marks, logos, domain names and other distinctive trademarks of each party held (or licensed) from time to time by that party. 9.1 In order to continuously renew and improve the Web Store, Google may collect certain usage statistics for the Web Store and user computers, devices or other hardware, including information about the use of the Web Store and products. 4.2 You agree to use the Web Store only for purposes authorized by (a) this Agreement and the Google Chrome Web Store guidelines developers.google.com/chrome/web-store/program_policies and (b) laws, regulations or practices or policies generally recognized in the respective legal systems (including all laws relating to the export of data or software to and from the United States or other countries concerned). Some of our services include software offered under open source licensing conditions that we provide. Sometimes there are open source licensing provisions that explicitly suspend parts of these terms, so please read those licenses. A person who uses Google services for personal, non-commercial purposes, outside of his or her business, craft or professional activities. (See commercial users) 5.5 With the exception of the licensing rights granted in this agreement, you retain all rights to the products; and (b) each party retains all rights it would enjoy independently of this Agreement, including rights under the U.S. Copyright Act or similar laws in other jurisdictions. Google recognizes and accepts that it receives no rights, titles or interests from you (or your licensees) in or on content that you submit, post, transfer or post on products or products, including all intellectual property rights that exist in such content (whether these rights are randomly registered or not, and wherever those rights exist in the world).

Unless you have agreed otherwise with Google in writing, you agree that you are responsible for the protection and application of these rights and that Google is not required to do so on your behalf. You can set the price of your products in the currencies accepted by the liquidator. The Web Store may tell users the price of the products in their parent currency, but is not responsible for the accuracy of exchange rates or conversion if you remove a product from the Web Store in accordance with clauses (i), (ii), (iii) or (iv) from this section 7.1, and an end user purchased such a product within one year of the acquisition date, at Google`s request, you must refund to the intended end user all the sums paid by that end user for the product concerned, net of the portion of the transaction fee specifically allocated to credit card/payment processing for the associated transaction. Google may make changes to this agreement from time to time. When these changes are made, Google will provide a new copy of the agreement on the developers.google.com/chrome/web-store/terms store`s website.