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Zoom.us Agreement

These Terms of Use for GSUSA Zoom (“Terms of Use”) license users apply to all Girl Scout Council employees, service unit volunteers and troop leaders who have received or will receive a GSUSA Zoom license. These terms of use, GSUSA Zoom policies and Zoom`s terms of use (together the “agreements”) These Terms of Use and GSUSA Zoom Rules may be reviewed at any time by Girl Scouts of the United States (“GSUSA”), at their sole discretion. Zoom may review Zoom`s terms of use at any time, at its sole discretion. Zoom`s terms of use are available in zoom.us/terms. It is your responsibility to regularly check for changes to Zoom`s terms of use, GSUSA rules and terms of use. If a review of the terms of use of the GSUSA or the GSUSA guidelines is essential to our discretion, we will do everything in our power to inform you in advance of such a review. Your continued use of the GSUSA Zoom license after amending the agreements represents your contract of engagement related to the updated agreements. If you do not agree to be bound by the updated agreements, you must delete your account and all instances of the GSUSA Zoom license on any device and stop using any of these contracts. In the event of a conflict between the terms of use and GSUSA Zoom policies, these terms of use apply. 20.1 Choice of the law and forum.

This agreement is subject to the laws of the State of California and is interpreted in accordance with the laws of the State of California, as they apply to agreements concluded and executed in California by residents of California. With the exception of Schedule A, the parties to the exclusive jurisdiction and jurisdiction of the state courts in Santa Clara County, California, and the federal courts of the Northern District of California agree. These terms of use and all other zoom conditions referred to indicate the parties` full consent to the purpose of these Terms of Use and reject any prior or simultaneous statements, contracts, agreements or agreements between the parties and may only be amended in accordance with Section 9.3 or by a written amendment signed by authorized representatives of both parties.