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Policies for non-infringement of intellectual property

          SE-Education Public Company Limited (the Company) has announced its intention to strictly follow the laws related to intellectual property and would not deliberately commit to any infringement of intellectual property, including copyright, patent and trademark. The Company has established the guideline for practice as follows.

The basic measures :  

  1. All employees have a duty to protect the Company’s trademarks, patents, copyrights and intellectual property in order to protect its rightful interests and prevent any kind of piracy by the third party.
  2. Employees must not disclose internal information or commercial confidential information to the third party without permission. Employees are prohibited to use internal information or commercial confidential information of the Company for personal benefits.
  3. The copyrights of works or creations arising from performing duties assigned by the Company, including parts of information or any elements in the works, belong to the Company. Every employee is responsible deliver the copyrights to the Company.
  4. All employees have a duty to respect and honor the intellectual property of the others by not use verbatim or partly use of the intellectual property without permission of the owner.
  5. Employees must use lawfully obtained software on the Company’s computers and information technology systems. All software installed on the Company’s computers and information technology systems must be strictly under supervision of the department of Computer System Development and Analysis.
  6. The Department of Computer System Development and Analysis is responsible for regular inspecting programs and applications of the Company in order to ensure that there is no pirated software. The department of Computer System Development and Analysis has the power to immediately suspend the pirated program and applications after detected and prevent pirated software from being used in the Company.
  7. Employees who coordinate with partners and writers are responsible for informing partners and writers acknowledge and understand that the Company has policies not to support the violation of intellectual property rights and request partners and writers to work with the Company under the guideline of the said policies.
  8. In the event that the Company has been notified or acknowledgement of any disputes related to intellectual property infringement, trademark, or copyright directly or indirectly, the Company shall consider the order from government units and framework of law as the strict guideline for practice. In the absence of a clear statement from government units and while the validity of the law was under juristic processing, the Company shall take action with well-assessed framework that would cause the least damages and liabilities to the stakeholders.