10.1. full agreement; Changes, renunciations. This agreement defines the entire agreement between Sponsor and Civic Science with respect to the purpose of this agreement and replaces all previous written and oral agreements and commitments. No amendment or waiver of a right under this Agreement will be considered valid unless it is signed in writing by an authorized representative of Civic Science and sponsor. No consent or waiver of a violation of this agreement by either party, whether express or implied, constitutes consent, waiver or apology to others, or to other subsequent violations of this agreement by that party. The agreement builds on what we are currently proposing, with: e) only transmitting personal data to their related companies that have entered into a data transfer agreement with EU standard clauses, as long as it is necessary under current legislation. Confidential information: any information, material and non-public, confidential or proprietary ideas disclosed by one party to the other party, including (i) business plans, customer or customer lists, technical data, products, ideas, market research results, contracts and financial information; (ii) diagrams, techniques, know-how, discoveries, business secrets, intellectual property, collaborator proposals, development tools and processes, computer impressions, specifications, algorithms, software source documents, source code, object code, images, symbols, components, objects, formulas, design design drawings and manuals and improvements; (iii) information on revenue, costs, profits, markets, sales, assets and liabilities; (iv) future development plans and new product designs and companies; and v) all documents, agreements, books, documents, drawings, models, sketches and other data of any kind, including electronic data, that are recorded or accessed by any means. Confidential information does not contain (1) information that, now or in hindsight, is made public or publicly available, except through disclosure by Civic Science, a promoter or a representative of one of the parties; (2) information that may be reported in writing in order to be already in possession of the recipient party without violating this or any other agreement; (3) information that is legally disclosed to the receiving party by a third party, without any obligation of secrecy; (4) information developed independently of the representatives of the party receiving proof that they did not have access to the confidential information of the revealing party; or (5) the information that the recipient party is required to disclose by law, provided, however, that the recipient party promptly notifies the public party, prior to disclosure, of the legal request which has given the public party a reasonable period of time to object to any other injunction or judicial intervention or to request it in order to change the terms of disclosure.