Structural decisions about how such agreements are designed do not stop at the rights of users. For example, there are choices that the author must make based on the type of data collected by the product, where the data is stored, the risk to the business when a third party accesses the data, and what to do with the data at the end of the relationship. It is also necessary to make decisions based on whether the use of the product depends on the import of existing data into the software and the actual reading of that data. Let`s make these decisions right for you! If you choose to use a template, you should verify this decision. For example, it may make economic sense to use a template for a new, untested service. However, if the service starts to make large sums of money, you should ask a lawyer to check, advise and update the document. However, there is no legal obligation to include the data processing clauses in the same document as the main service provisions, and many service providers use separate data processing agreements. The good reasons for this are: (a) only part of your customer processing is subject to the GDPR, but you want to use the same terms of service for all customers; (b) It will be difficult to negotiate new legal terms with existing customers, but you must introduce data processing clauses in their contracts. Ideally, the software test and the licensee agree that the software is working properly.

However, if the software fails and generates unacceptable or unexpected results, the licensor has the option to fix the software error. In addition, if the licensor is unable to correct the software error, the licensee has the option to refuse the software and terminate the contract. The royalty is essentially the cost of licensing the software. It can be measured by different metrics. Some companies prefer a lump sum for unlimited usage restrictions; Others prefer to pay for their exact use, for example. Β a fixed fee per user, per computer used, per installation or per location used. . . .