Beta Agreement

“confidential information” means any non-public material and information that the company provides or provides to the recipient, including products and services, information relating to technology, know-how, processes, software, research, development, financial information and information provided by the company to third parties. In the event that a court finds that any clause or provision of the Agreement is unlawful or unenforceable, the Salvatorial Clause ensures that only that clause will be invalidated, with the rest of the Agreement remaining in force. It may also be designed to allow for a revision of the clause, in order to make it enforceable, rather than repealing it completely. Here`s an example from Ampetronic: A beta testing contract defines two main promises between the user and the company. First, the user will maintain some privacy when using the product.