4.1 You are solely responsible for your services, including development, operations, maintenance and all the materials that appear in your services. You are solely responsible (a) for the technical operation of your services and all associated equipment, including, but not limited to, customer and technical support for your services; (b) guaranteeing the display of digital content on your services is not contrary to the API agreement or an agreement between you and a third party (including, but not exclusively, any restriction or requirement imposed by a third party hosting your services); (c) ensure that you do not access and/or use the OverDrive API or OverDrive services in a manner that violates, violates or abuses OverDrive rights or third-party rights; (d) ensure that you do not have access to the OverDrive API or OverDrive services for illegal purposes and/or that you do not use these services for illegal purposes; and (e) any access and/or use of the OverDrive API and/or OverDrive services, whether or not this is authorized by this API Agreement. 2.1.20 Immediately remove all end-user data retrieved via the OverDrive API and/or OverDrive services that are not explicitly identified by OverDrive as memoryable in writing, including in accordance with notifications received by users of interface installation events. 10.4 At the end of this API agreement, you must immediately delete and delete all overDrive API calls from all websites, scripts, widgets, apps and other software that are in your possession or under your control, and immediately delete and delete all copies of the OverDrive API, customer login information and OverDrive services from all computers, hard drives, networks and other storage media. API: an API and all accompanying or related documentation, source codes, SDKs, executable applications and other materials provided by Zendesk, including, but not limited, via its developer website. App Market: refers to any marketplace or other aggregator or public repository containing code or applications. 4. Restrictions. unless express and unequivocal authorization under this agreement or by the company, the licensee (i) cannot transmit or provide the APIs to a person or organization other than the staff of the licensee or independent contractors who are individuals, provided (a) that these independent contractors enter into an agreement with the taker: which protects at least the rights of the company as this agreement, and (b) the licensee agrees to be liable for a violation of these agreements by the licensee`s independent licensee and to be liable to the company, (ii) to use the APIs for illegal, unauthorized or otherwise incorrect purposes, or to violate in any way any laws or regulations or violations of third-party rights that would be contrary to that agreement or to the developer`s documentation; (iii) remove all legal, copyright, trademark or other property items contained in or on documents that the policyholder receives or accesses under this agreement, including, but not only, APIs, developer documentation and content; (iv) to charge direct or indirect royalties (including clear, specific or premium charges) for access to content or the inclusion of APIs in the application by the taker; (v) promote, in the application, the product or services provided by the company`s competitors; (vi) sell, lease, share, transfer, sublicensing or not protecting content obtained directly or indirectly through APIs; (vii) to use APIs in a manner that, as the company has decided at its sole discretion, exceeds the appropriate volume of requirements, constitutes excessive or abusive use, or otherwise does not correspond to or does not correspond to any part of the developer`s documentation; (viii) use APIs in a competing application of the company`s products or services; (ix) to use APIs in conjunction with APIs or to combine API content with enterprise content that is used by scraping od