COPYRIGHT and INTELLECTUAL PROPERTY (IP) POLICY

About this Document:

All Users of LogisEye Platform and all third parties participating in any of the related Services under the modules are subject to this Policy and any related procedures and rules of LogisEye Master Services Agreement. To the extent that any 3rd party is permitted to use the platform and participate in eBid or other logistics procurement process, it shall enter into an agreement approved by the LogisEye under which it agrees to be bound by the terms of this Policy.

Objectives:

LogisEye Solutions has adopted this Copyright and Intellectual Property Rights Policy (“IPR Policy”) to minimize the possibility of inadvertent infringement of IPR Policy by the Users and third parties using or implementing the LogisEye platform.

Table of Contents

  • Definition
  • Administration
  • Threats to Digital Property

Definition:

This IPR Policy is a LogisEye policy in an appropriate circumstance and at LogisEye discretion, will disable and/or terminate the User accounts who repeatedly infringe the copyrights of others and are used or appropriated without the owner's permission by another.

Some of the most common violations include but are not limited to the infringement of patent, trademark, or copyright rights, counterfeiting of copyrights or trademarks, and misappropriating of trade secrets.

More information on the IPR Policy can be obtained for UAE: https://u.ae/en/information-and-services/business/intellectual-property and a copy of the Federal law can be found on the website: https://elaws.moj.gov.ae/UAE-MOJ_LC-En

OR

Digital Millennium Copyright Act of 1998 (US copyright law) - https://www.copyright.gov/dmca/
and a copy of the act can be found on the website: http://www.copyright.gov/legislation/dmca.pdf

Administration:

LogisEye administrates IPR Policy keeping pace with the respective country policy as well as demonstrates a strong commitment to its Customers and Logistics & Insurance Service Providers to protect Intellectual Property Rights (“IPR”), in accordance with the international agreements and treaties.

LogisEye focuses on this IPR Policy and administrates the following functions:

  • To implement federal and local agreements and laws addressing IPR protection.
  • Keeping abreast of new and amended laws, resolutions, and treaties and international classification, and all developments in the international arena.
  • Provide an expert opinion and support to Customers and Logistics and Insurance Service Providers by keeping them alert on counterfeiting, in coordination with the competent agencies.
  • Identify the copyrighted work or material that one claims has been infringed, or if, multiple copyrighted works have been infringed.
  • Maintain a list and records of the claim with the claimant’s full legal name, mailing address, telephone number, and email address.

Threats to Digital Property:

Copyright pirates, brand impersonators, patent flouters, and trade secret thieves are a major threat to businesses, given their increased aggressiveness towards Intellectual Property (IP) theft. These, and any other original creative works that have economic value and are protected by law, can be categorized as IP.

There are essentially four types of intellectual property rights relevant to software: Patents, Copyrights, Trade Secrets, and Trademarks. Each affords a different type of legal protection. Patents, Copyrights, and Trade Secrets can be used to protect the technology itself.

Even by choice, if Users do not think that they need to protect their IP by applying for a patent in the target market, still a surety has to be made confirming that no infringement is done on someone else’s IP. Users must remember that features of LogisEye product that are protected by a patent belong to the LogisEye company. Users could face severe repercussions if they infringe on LogisEye or any other company’s IP.

We are registered with the Dubai Airport Free Zone Authority (DAFZA), and this policy shall be governed and construed in accordance with the rules and regulations of the DAFZA and the laws of the Emirate of Dubai and the applicable federal laws of the United Arab Emirates. Any dispute arising out of the formation, performance, interpretation, nullification, termination, or invalidation of this policy or arising therefrom or related thereto in any manner whatsoever, shall be settled by arbitration in accordance with the provisions set forth under the DIAC Arbitration Rules (“the Rules”), by one arbitrator appointed in compliance with the Rules.

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