12.8. Exports. Cisco software, cloud services, products, technologies, and services (collectively, “Cisco Products”) are subject to U.S. and local export control and sanctions laws. You acknowledge and agree to the applicability and compliance with such laws, and you will not obtain, use, transfer, export, or re-export Cisco products in the same manner as it would cause Cisco to violate such laws. You also agree to obtain any necessary licenses or permissions. If you use Cisco technology in a place of local laws, where a notified body must be responsible for collecting data on individual end users and transferring data outside of that jurisdiction (for example.B. Russia and China), you acknowledge that you are the body responsible for compliance with those laws. If you purchase Cisco Technology from a Cisco Partner, the terms of the EULA apply to your use of that Cisco Technology and supersede all inconsistent provisions of your agreement with Cisco`s Partner. Export, re-export, transfer and use controls. Software, documentation, and technology or products directly provided by Cisco under the Agreement (hereinafter referred to as software and technology) are subject to export controls, in accordance with the laws and regulations of the United States (United States) and the laws and regulations of other applicable countries.
Customer must comply with these laws and regulations regarding the export, re-export, transfer, and use of Cisco software and technology and obtain all necessary authorizations, authorizations, or licenses in the United States and locally. Cisco and Customer agree to provide other information, support materials, and support reasonably necessary to the other in connection with securing permissions or licenses. Information about export, re-export, transfer, and usage compliance is available at the following URL: Purchasing Cisco software licenses and cloud services is simple. Cisco offers customers a license or right to use the software and cloud services under our End User License Agreement (EULA). Our AESE defines the rights and obligations that apply between you and Cisco. Some products have additional conditions, as described below. neither party is liable for any indirect, random, exemplary, special or consequential damages; loss or damage to data or interruption or loss of transactions; or loss of revenue, profits, good-business or good-business or expected turnover or savings. each party`s maximum aggregate liability under this AESE is limited to (a) for claims arising exclusively from open-ended software, the fees cisco receives for such software; or (b) for all other claims, the fees that Cisco has collected for the applicable Cisco technology and that are due in the 12-month period immediately prior to the first event leading to such liability. . . .