Data collection. In connection with the services, the data provided by the buyer and its customers may be collected in the context of surveys, consultations and uses of the delivery products, including e-mail addresses, telephone numbers, location of users (which may use geolocation technology), time of use, paging time, paging response time, devices used, configuration preferences, cookies and information about data relating to the geolocation of networks. In order to offer LRS` customers, inter alia, improved comparative calibration services with regard to customer sectors, Buyer grants LRS a free, unlimited and irrevocable license for the use and dissemination of such data and results obtained through buyer`s use of the Services for any purpose; provided that LRS does not pass on to third parties any personal data or “protected health information” (as defined by HIPAA) or the billing or financial payment data of a customer or consumer of the buyer, without the prior explicit consent of a customer or a consumer of the buyer. Buyer warrants that Buyer has the right to have protected health information (as in 45 C.F.R. § 160.103) or any other personal data provided to LRS by Buyer or Buyer`s customers in connection with the Software or other services. Without limiting the foregoing, Buyer shall obtain all authorizations, consents or other authorizations from Buyer`s customers (or Customer`s authorized personal representative) for the disclosure to LRS of Customers` Personal Data, required by international, federal, state or local law, including, but not limited to, the section devoted to the administrative simplification of the port of health insurance and Accountability Act 1996 and its Implementing rules and the General Data Protection Regulation of the European Union. LRB Registration and Agreement Organization has added a form and the modification of the Super User form replaced by the updated version New annexes added: Learning Provider Agreement, Learning Provider Agreement – Modifications Summary, Learning Provider – Service Charter Operational Authority and Licensing Requirements. Purchasers from non-federal authorities may operate the Services in the United States under the licensing authority issued to LRS by the Federal Communications Commission (FCC), provided, however, that such transaction is: (a) subject to LRS control, (b) on a utility cost basis, with costs apportions within the price of that delivery item (c) according to the mode of operation defined in the Delivery Manual; for downloading under support.lrsus.com and (d) limited to the duration of this agreement or a separate agreement, the duration of LRS` power of power or any other term set by LRS, whichever is earlier. Notwithstanding the provision below entitled “No third party beneficiary”, users of services purchased by buyers or other companies may apply to LRS to determine whether they have the right to work under the control of LRS. Alternatively, buyers and users may apply for their own approval authority; The FCC publishes a list of licensing coordinators to wireless.fcc.gov/services/index.htm?job=licensing_3&id=industrial_business. Purchasers and authorized users of a delivery stock must agree to strictly adhere to and comply with all rules, rules, and guidelines, including FCC rules, governing the operation of the delivery stock. Any modification or modification of a part of a delivery item may void the buyer`s or user`s authority to exploit the delivery item and should not be made without the express permission of LRS. In addition, the use of any part of a delivery item outside of the United States is subject to the rules and regulations of other countries and may be prohibited.