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Bevite, Inc. and its wholly owned or operated subsidiaries (“Bevite”) offers its Content (“Content”) available on the Website (“Website”) to you, the Viewer (“Viewer”), conditioned upon your acceptance of our policies contained in the legal section of our Website. Please note, the terms “We”, “Our”, and “Us” refer to

Technology Transfer

We respect the technology assets of others. In accordance with the United States Homeland Department's Export Administration Regulations (EAR), all Bevite products are subject to U.S. Export Laws governing the transfer of sensitive U.S. Commercial, Encryption, or Infrastructure technology assets or technologies to foreign entities. Details of the U.S. Export Controls can be found at the Bureau of Industry and Security (BIS). ALL Bevite products are prohibited for export/re-export/sale/re-sale to the following entities without exception:

1. Any company or national of Cuba, Crimea, Iran, North Korea, Sudan, and Syria; and

2. Any company or national on the U.S. Government Denied Party/Person List*; and

3. Any company or customer you know or have reason to know, who is involved in the design, development, or distribution of biological/chemical, cyber/warfare, and/or nuclear technologies, or biological/chemical, cyber/warfare, and/or nuclear weapons of mass destruction (WMD). This applies to all countries EXCEPT: Australia, Austria, Belgium, Canada, Denmark, Finland, France, Germany, Greece, Iceland, Ireland, Italy (includes Holy See and San Marino), Japan, Luxembourg, Netherlands, New Zealand, Norway, Portugal, Spain, Sweden, Turkey, and the United Kingdom.

(*) Please see BIS’s Denied Persons,(DPL), Foreign Assets Control’s Economic and Trade Sanctions (OFAC), and Defense Trade Controls (DTC) lists.

Security Updates

» On Febraury 7, 2014, OFAC issued Iranian General License No. D-1, authorizing the exportation or re-exportation, directly or indirectly, from the United States or by U.S. persons, wherever located, to persons in Iran of “…certain services, software, and hardware incident to personal communications”. General License No. D-1 enumerates certain categories authorized for export to non-prohibited end-users and end-uses in Iran. For more details, see General License D-1 and the Annex to General License D-1 available from OFAC’s Iran Sanctions Resource Center.

» On January 16, 2015, BIS amended the Export Administration Regulations to create a new license exception for the Support of The Cuban People (SCP) and to authorize sales of certain items covered under the Consumer Communication Devices (CCD) license exception. OFAC also published amendments to the Cuban Asset Control Regulations (CACR) authorizing export and re-exports of items authorized for exports by BIS. License exceptions SCP and CCD enumerate certain categories authorized for export to non-prohibited end-users and end-uses in Cuba. For more details, see Cuba specific guidance on the BIS and OFAC’s Cuba Sanctions Resource Center websites.

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      » Anti-Piracy
      » Copyright Disclaimer
      » Data Disclosure
      » Domain Usage
      » Employment (Diversity) Practices
      » Global Trade
      » Government Compliance
      » Pay Equality
      » Privacy Notice
      » Safe Harbor
      » Security Statement
      » Technology Transfer
      » Website Use
  • Got Questions?

    For more information on our policies specific to any of our Products (“Products”) and Services (“Services”), please refer to the legal section on their websites. If you have further questions about our policies contained in the legal section of our Website, then please contact us.

    Source: Bevite, Inc.
    Updated: December 10, 2015
    Effective: December 11, 2015