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Agreement Policies

These Terms constitute an agreement between you and Twitter, Inc., 1355 Market Street, Suite 900, San Francisco, CA 94103 U.S.A. If you have any questions about these Terms, please contact us. For contracting and grant activities, signing authority rests with the Assistant Vice-President, Research Administration, even if the granting agency or subcontracting agreement was with a foreign entity. Such activities require a separate online application to the Office of the Vice President of International Affairs only if they involve conducting UI study programs abroad (locally or remotely) or establishing a legal IU presence abroad. We also provide you with various policies, help centers and other resources to answer common questions and set expectations for using our services. These resources include our Privacy Policy, Copyright Help Center, Security Center, and other pages accessible through our policy website. Partnership agreements and cross-border activities must be in line with higher education policy. UI faculty and staff seeking approval for international activities under a formal agreement must submit an online application. Agreements are considered inactive if one of the two entities does not carry out any activity for two years or more. A lack of activity for two years or more can affect the chances of a successful extension. The Office of the Vice-President, International Affairs reserves the right to remove inactive agreements from the registry. Before proposing an agreement for an international affiliation or offshore program, IU faculty and staff should discuss it with the designated international administrator of their unit. If you are ready to proceed with a proposal, you must complete one of the following applications: You may terminate your legal agreement with Twitter at any time by deactivating your accounts and ceasing to use the Services.

See help.twitter.com/en/managing-your-account/how-to-deactivate-twitter-account (and for Periscope help.pscp.tv/customer/portal/articles/2460220) for instructions on how to deactivate your account and the Privacy Policy for more information about what happens to your information. A. Contract means any agreement between two or more persons that creates a legally binding obligation to do or not to do a particular thing. A contract may or may not involve the payment of money. This policy applies to any document that requires the university, regardless of the terminology used to describe that document. The types of documents that constitute contracts include, but are not limited to: academic agreements; affiliation agreements; allowances; trade agreements; Material Transfer Agreements (MTAs); Memoranda of Understanding (MOUs); agreements; Non-Disclosure Agreements (NDAs); promises to pay; promissory notes; orders; drivers or additions to existing contracts; separation agreements; settlement agreements; and waivers. Our additional service-specific terms and policies contain additional details about the appropriate behavior that anyone using these services must follow. If you find that others are not following these rules, you can report abuse with many of our services. When we respond to a report of abuse, we also offer a fair trial as described in taking action if something goes wrong. Except for the rights and obligations described in this section (in the event of problems or disagreements), Google will not be liable for any other loss unless caused by our violation of these Terms of Service or the Additional Terms specific to the service. HHS`s acquisition policies provided in this area are those that have a direct impact on companies.

In order to carry out the tasks of the university in teaching, research and service, it is sometimes necessary to conclude legally binding agreements (“contracts”) with other institutions. The University is only bound by written contracts in which the University or a sub-entity is officially involved, which have been reviewed and approved in accordance with this policy and which have been executed by university officials who have specific contract signing authority. No official or member of the university community has the authority to sign contracts on behalf of the university or any program, department or department of the university, unless there is an official delegation of written authority. This guideline describes the university`s requirements for reviewing and approving contracts, as well as protocols for delegating signing authority. This policy applies to all members of the university community. Partnerships or affiliations involve active collaboration on concrete and sustainable activities that are mutually beneficial to IU and the partner. A partnership agreement establishes formal relations between UI and a partner for the purpose of cooperation. .