Electronic Arts User Agreement

Electronic Arts User Agreement

EA accepts that the use of information or data collected, stored or used by it or one of its subsidiaries and/or affiliates on the software or by any of its subsidiaries or associated companies is stored and processed in accordance with EA`s privacy policy, available on the gaming website or by www.swtor.com. LucasArts uses this data on www.lucasarts.com/legal/privacy/index.html in accordance with its privacy policy. You can find additional information in these locations about your decisions regarding the correcting of information, the opt-out of EA`s communications and the circumstances under which we may disclose this information to third parties, including government authorities. The NHL and NHL announced in a press release Thursday that they have renewed their agreement with Electronic Arts, the company behind their annual video game, for several years. The Origin Store allows users to browse and purchase games at full price in Electronic Arts catalogues. Instead of receiving a box, disk or even a CD key, the purchased software is immediately added to the user`s Origin account and is downloadable with the corresponding original client. EA may change this agreement from time to time, so please check it regularly. For EA players who have accepted a version of this agreement before the change, the revisions take effect 30 days after the release date of terms.ea.com. Your continued use of EA services means that you accept the changes. Once you accept a version of the agreement, we will not implement any substantive future changes without your explicit consent.

If you are invited to accept substantial changes to this agreement and refuse to do so, you may no longer be able to use the EA service provided. You expressly recognize that all characters created and all objects or attributes acquired and developed during the game are an integral part of the game and remain the exclusive property of EA and/or its licensees. You also acknowledge that the software contains, without restriction, the following: (a) graphics, sound effects, music, visual animations and text (hereafter referred to as “content”) on which you have no property rights and no intellectual property rights; and (b) other content, including contributions from other users of the game. The U.S. government has limited rights. If you are an end-user of the state, this provision applies to you. The software made available under this EUALA has been entirely designed for private costs, as defined in FAR 2.101, DFARS 252.227-7014 (a) (a) and section 252.227-7015 of DFARS (or an equivalent or subsequent agency regulation), and is provided as “commercial elements,” “commercial computer software” and/or “commercial documentation of computer software.”


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