In order to resolve disputes between you and DJI in the most appropriate and cost-effective manner, you and DJI agree that any disputes related to these conditions should be settled through binding arbitration. Arbitration is less formal than legal action. Arbitration uses a neutral arbitrator instead of a judge or jury, may allow for a more limited discovery than in the courts, and may be subject to very limited judicial verification. Arbitrators may award the same damages and facilities that a court can award. This dispute settlement agreement includes all claims arising from or related to any aspect of these Terms, whether based on contracts, unlawful acts, laws, fraud, misrepresentations or any other theory of law, regardless of whether a claim arises during or after the termination of these conditions. YOU UNDERSTAND AND AGREE THAT BY ENTERING INTO THESE TERMS, YOU AND DJI ARE EVERYONE AT THE AGE OF A TRIAL BY THE JURY OR PARTICIPATING IN A CLASS ACTION. According to DJI, some types of data are released automatically and other types of data are only shared if the user decides to share it. (Of course, if you use one of the two options above, no data will be shared.) Developers can use any DJI verbal brand (including product and technology names, but without a DJI logo) or images of DJI products on which these developers own or own trademarks and/or copyrights to indicate packaging or promotional material; Developers` products are compatible with the referenced DJI product or reference technology, as long as: a) use is consistent with these guidelines, b) the product is effectively compatible with the referenced DJI product or reference technology, c) the DJI verbal mark is used in a less meaningful manner than the name of the product, and (d) the use of DJI or its products or technologies does not give an erroneous or derogatory light.
Unless you have a separate written license from DJI, you cannot use, without DJI`s prior written consent, trademark and/or copyright documents that are in DJI`s possession or licensed by DJI, including and without restriction. To combat these new charges, DJI has commissioned San Francisco-based Kivu Consulting, Inc. to conduct a thorough independent review of their data collection practices. The company has in principle acquitted allegations of malicious or negligent disclosure of data, although it has indicated that certain user data is transmitted by default, unless a user decides.