jeudi 20 juillet 2017

AWS adds intellectual property protection to customer contracts

In an effort to appear more user friendly, Amazon has removed a controversial clause from its AWS customer agreement that may lead to more businesses signing up for its cloud computing services. For quite a few years now, potential customers have been wary of a clause in the company's customer agreement that prohibited customers from suing it over patent infringement. Businesses chose other cloud providers instead as they were concerned over whether or not they could trust Amazon with the intellectual property of their companies. Not only has Amazon decided to remove the non-assert clause but it has also implemented a new policy… [Continue Reading]

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