3. Non-disclosure of confidential information. The recipient uses confidential information only for the purpose of evaluating the potential transaction. The recipient undertakes to maintain confidential information in trust and trust for a period of three (3) years from the date of execution. The recipient does everything in its power to keep confidential information confidential and does not transmit any of the confidential information to another person, provided that the recipient can provide confidential information to the recipient`s representatives who must know it for the purposes of evaluating the potential transaction and who agree to keep it confidential. The recipient will not disclose or authorize this confidential information and the recipient is solely responsible for anyone who receives confidential information from the recipient or by the recipient`s representatives. The recipient cannot, in any other way, allow this confidential information to be available or accessible, stored electronically or otherwise, published, distributed, transmitted or communicated in any form to third parties. Without limitation of these obligations, all confidential information is protected with the utmost care in order to avoid disclosure and, where possible, is kept flawless and virus-free. The recipient must not admit or allow this confidential information to be deliberately or negligently misused or used by the recipient or the recipient`s representatives for his own benefit or for the good of others (directly or indirectly through independent research, reversal, decompilation or other means) for one`s own benefit or for the benefit of others, except in the context of discussions and meetings between the revealing party and the recipient of acts or acts that results or are related to it. After all parties have signed the contract, any party who violates the terms of the contract will pay a fine equal to the amount the protected party would have received if the agreement had not been violated, or more in some cases. In the event of a breach of a confidentiality agreement, the aggrieved party may be sued for damages, forced to repay the innocent party for loss of profits and may be detained in defiance of the court. This language obliges all companies related to the recipient and the publishing party to the terms set out in this agreement.