Trademark License Agreement Sublicense

This sub-license and the rights granted under it are permanent and remain in effect from the effective date, subject to the termination provisions contained therein. In appropriate and reasonable consideration for such sublicense and for as long as such sublicense remains in effect, Subcontractor agrees to comply with and abide by all terms of such sublicense, including, but not limited to, Section 1.3 (Consent), Section 1.4 (Non-Exclusivity), Section 3.1 (Trademark Legend and Other Requirements) and Section 3.2 (Trademark Protection). The sublicensee will pay all taxes collected as a result of the existence or operation of this sublicense, with the exception of income taxes and deductibles imposed on the Linux Foundation by a public body. “The Linux® trademark is used pursuant to a sublicense from the Linux Foundation, the exclusive licensee of Linus Torvalds, the trademark holder on a global basis.” Neither the Linux Foundation nor Mr. Torvalds agrees that the Linux Foundation will not grant any other subcontractor any other sublicense for the use of the mark in a manner equivalent to or similar to the sublicensee`s trademark, nor is the Linux Foundation or Mr. Torvalds required to make reasonable or other efforts to determine whether a sublicense has been granted, identical or similar to the sublicense mark. In addition, neither the Linux Foundation nor Mr. Torvalds is required to settle, settle, or participate in any sublicense trademark dispute, or to intervene in sublicense trademark disputes, including, but not limited to, disputes involving potentially conflicting uses. The sublicensed agrees that the Linux Foundation and Mr. deviate from all claims and costs arising from such disputes with sublicenses related to this sublicense or the sublicense mark, whether between the subcontractor and another subcontractor or between the subcontractor and other persons who claim rights to the trademark or sublicense worldwide. . .

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