Lg Apps Rights Agreement

Posted on Sep 25 2021 - 9:29pm by Ed

1. Scope of these Terms of Use and Changes to the Terms of Use These terms of use ("Terms of Use") govern your use of LG Electronics Inc. (LG Twin Towers 128, Yeoui-daero, Yeongdeungpo-gu, Seoul, South Korea 150-721), defined as "we", "us" or "LGE") Applications that can be pre-installed or downloaded from the LGE Update Center on your mobile device (the "Pre-Installed Applications"). Use of our website and other services (including downloading apps from the LGE AppStore and purchasing products or services) may be subject to separate terms of use. Please read these Terms of Use carefully. By accepting these Terms of Use, you are subcontracting with us a contract that regulates your use of the pre-installed applications in accordance with these Terms of Use. If you do not agree to enter into such a contract in accordance with these Terms of Use, you may not use the pre-installed applications. We reserve the right to modify or supplement these Terms of Use for legal or regulatory reasons or to meet our appropriate business or operational requirements. We announce you at least one month in advance. If you do not agree to such changes or additions that we notify you of, you may terminate this agreement immediately and you no longer have the right to use the pre-installed applications. 2. Intellectual Property You acknowledge that all information, data, text, images, logos, layouts, design and presentation of information, user interfaces, graphics, software sources or objects and other materials that we contain in the preloaded applications and in all updates to the preloaded applications (together the "Content") may contain intellectual property rights such as trademarks. Utility models and patents or copyrights protected by law.

You also acknowledge that we (or our affiliates or third parties) are the sole owner and responsible for such content and that the intellectual property of such content will not be transferred to you when using the pre-installed applications. Without prejudice to the above provisions, we grant you the rights to use the content as described in section 3 below. Any messages, data, information and other materials that you create and use in combination with the pre-installed applications are not considered our content. You remain solely responsible for the creation and publication of such messages, data, information and other materials. You acknowledge that we are not responsible for third-party content posted or sent by third-party users when they use the features of the pre-installed applications. We have no influence on the legality, accuracy and reliability of such third-party content. At the time of the last update of these Terms of Use, we were not aware of any illegal, false or unreliable third-party content. Please notify us immediately if you become aware that such third-party content may be illegal, false or unreliable.

You will find our contact details below. 3. Use of our pre-installed applications For the duration of your use of the mobile device on which the preloaded applications are installed, you may only use the content of the preloaded applications to the extent necessary to use the pre-installed applications and their features in accordance with these Terms of Use and applicable laws and regulations. Without our prior written permission, you may not modify, copy the Content (except for creating a copy for backup purposes), reproduce, decompile it (unless the law is not permitted), download, sublicense, transmit, distribute, provide, disrupt, introduce or reinsert malware or viruses (unless permitted by law). In addition, you must not attempt to gain unauthorized access to any part or function of the pre-installed applications, in particular by exploring, scanning, testing the flaw of the pre-installed applications, hacking or any other illicit means. To the extent that foreign content posted or uploaded by third-party users of the preloaded applications has not been created by us, the intellectual property rights or copyrights of other third parties must be respected. . .