As responsible users of the technology, students, staff and the administration agree that, as described in the District Authorized Use Directive, the following examples are unacceptable applications of the technology. You will find other examples in these areas in the directive: (A) click on the conditions to accept the terms or accept them, provided that this option is provided to you by Google via the user interface; or 9.2 You should be aware that content that is presented to you as part of the Services, including but not limited to service advertising and sponsored content within the Services, may be protected by intellectual property rights that are the property of sponsors or advertisers who provide that content to Google (or other persons or companies on their behalf). You cannot modify, rent, rent, lend, sell, distribute or create derivative works based on this content (in whole or in part), unless you have been expressly informed that you can do so by Google or the owners of this content in a separate agreement. 10.6 Unless you have been expressly authorized in writing by Google, you agree that, when using the Services, you do not use trademarks, service marks, trade names, company logos or an organization in a manner that may or may intentionally cause confusion about the licensee or authorized user of those trademarks, names or logos. (A) is only responsible for the losses or damages you suffer, which are a predictable result (i) of our violation of these conditions and which are typical of this type of agreement; or (i) our negligence to the limit indicated at point 13.2. Loss or injury is foreseeable if it is an obvious consequence of our offence. 18.2 The terms represent the entire legal agreement between you and Google and regulate your use of the software or services (but without all the services provided by Google as part of a separate written agreement) and replace all previous agreements between you and Google regarding software and services 1.1 your use of the software and your use of the software with Google products , software, services and websites (called together “services” in this document and all services provided to you by Google under a separate written agreement) are subject to the terms of a legal agreement between you and Google. “Google” refers to Google Inc., whose main office is 1600 Amphitheatre Parkway, Mountain View, CA 94043, United States. This document explains how the agreement is concluded and outlines some of the terms of the agreement. (D) Google expects that the software or services will no longer be provided to users in the country where you live or from which you use the service; or to obtain the privilege of using technology both at home and at school, users must agree to comply with the following provisions: students must be aware of and comply with trademark and copyright laws and all licensing agreements. Ignorance of the law is not immunity. If a user is not sure, they should consult a parent or teacher. Examples of violations of legal decency include: 7.3 If you have not been expressly authorized in a separate agreement with Google, you agree not to duplicate, duplicate, copy, sell, any use of the services.