User Agreement Firefox

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These terms represent the full agreement between you and Mozilla with respect to our communication and merge all previous versions of these terms. Communications and these conditions are governed by the laws of the State of California, United States, with the exception of conflict of laws. All claims and challenges arising from the communications or these conditions will be filed exclusively in the courts of Santa Clara County, California, and you accept personal jurisdiction in those courts. If some of these conditions are found to be invalid or unenforceable, the other parties will remain fully in force. In the event of a conflict between a translated version of these terms and the English version, the English version is controlled. In the event of a conflict between these conditions and the additional conditions applicable, the additional conditions are checked. (a) relationship with Mozilla. You will provide Mozilla with accurate information and updates when registering and all communications with Mozilla, in conjunction with your add-ons. The descriptions and other data you provide via the add-on are in good conscience. If you and Mozilla don`t have a written agreement that says something else, your add-on does not in any way mean that it is produced, sponsored or supported by Mozilla. Full agreement. This agreement represents the entire legal agreement between you and Mozilla regarding the distribution of add-ons and completely replaces all other related agreements between you and Mozilla, unless you have a negotiated and signed agreement separately in conjunction with a specific add-on („Custom Agreement“), in which case the Custom Agreement controls. The hypertext documents of this contract, including.

B revision guidelines, are included as a reference. You can contribute content when interacting with our communications, including, but not limited to comments from an article, blog, code or contribution to graphics or written material (a „submission“). If your shipment is not made under a separate agreement with Mozilla, in which case this agreement is determined by the agreement, our websites include several areas such as mozilla.org, mozillians.org, firefox.com, mozillafestival.org, openstandard.com, openbadges.org and webmaker.org. You can also recognize our websites with nicknames such as Bugzilla@Mozilla, BMO, MozWiki, MoPad, MozReps, MDN, Marketplace, One and Done, SUMO and AMO. Some of our websites are connected with links, applications or add-ons provided by other parties and subject to different conditions. (d) export restrictions. Their distribution of add-ons may be subject to U.S. export laws and regulations. You will comply with all domestic and international export laws and regulations that apply to your distribution of add-ons. These laws include restrictions on destinations, users and end-use. Although our code is free, it is very important that we strictly respect our trademark rights in order to protect our users from people who use trademarks to commit fraud.

This means that, while you have considerable freedom to redistribute and modify our software, there are strict restrictions on your ability to use Mozilla names and logos in a way that falls within the domain of trademark law, even if they are integrated into binary files that we provide. At regular intervals, it has been proposed that our executable files be delivered with a CLA rather than an MPL. This is especially true for Mozilla Firefox, which caters to end-users as well as our traditional developer community.