Apple requires you not to use iTunes (or any of its online stores) for the construction of nuclear or biological weapons: your access and use of the Accenture Secure Viewer Proposal (“Application”) depends on your acceptance and compliance with this end-user license agreement (“EULA”). By accessing the application or using it, you can explain by this C.A.C.A., as well as by all the terms and conditions of use of third parties that may be mentioned elsewhere in this CLA or in the application, by the applicable agreements between you and your wireless data service provider and all applicable laws. You acknowledge and accept that this ECJ only takes place between you and the licensee (not with Apple or other third parties) and that it is your responsibility to inform you of all the terms and conditions of these third parties as well as any legislation applicable to your use of the application. Unless otherwise stated, the content of the application, including its texts and images and how they are arranged, is the property of the licensee or its related companies, and only the licensee is responsible for the application and its content. All trademarks used or returned to the application are the property of their respective owners. Like software, video game licensing agreements can be strange. If you decide to buy Far Cry 3: Blood Dragon at Steam, you should be aware of this restriction in the EULA game: As ModMyi noted, if you use iTunes, you are absolutely prohibited from using the brilliant music app for “the development, design, manufacture or production of nuclear missiles, missiles or chemical or biological weapons”. Apple likes to cover all the basics. Steve Kovach joked: “If you can use iTunes to build nuclear weapons, you deserve to do what you want.” g. You cannot use the licensed application or otherwise export or re-export unless it has been approved by U.S. law and by the jurisdictional laws in which the licensed application was acquired. In particular, but without restriction, the licensed application may not be exported or re-exported (a) to countries under U.S. embargo or (b) persons on the U.S.
Treasury`s list of designated nationals or on the U.S. Department of Commerce`s list of persons denied. By using the licensed application, you declare and guarantee that you are not in such a country or on such a list.