Zoom Services Description
Effective: January 18, 2023
This Zoom Services Description describes the Services that may be ordered on an Order Form, or through a Reseller Customer Agreement, or provided by Zoom, and sets forth further Service-specific terms and conditions that may apply to Zoom’s provision and Customer’s use of the Services. Capitalized terms not defined herein shall have the meanings assigned to them in the Terms of Service (“TOS”), Master Subscription Agreement (“MSA”), Zoom Reseller Customer Terms of Service, or any other services agreements for the delivery of the Services, as applicable.
References to “Customer” herein will be a reference to “You” and “Your” as that term is defined in the Terms of Service.
A. Definitions. For purposes of this Zoom Services Description, the following definitions will apply:
“Hardware Programs” mean services or programs provided by Zoom that enable customers to procure hardware devices for use with Zoom Meeting Services or Zoom Phone Services subject to separate terms with the equipment manufacturers or otherwise as noted in the separate program terms.
“Host” means an individual who is an identified employee, contractor, or agent of Customer to whom Customer assigns the right to host Meetings. A Host may hold an unlimited number of Meetings during the Initial Subscription Term or Renewal Term (as applicable), but the number of Meetings a Host may host concurrently shall depend on whether Customer orders a Concurrent Meetings package on an Order Form. A Host subscription may not be shared or used by anyone other than the individual assigned to be a Host.
“Meeting” means a Zoom Video meeting.
“Participant” means an individual, other than the Host, who accesses or uses the Services, with or without the permission and knowledge of the Host.
“Zoom Documentation” means this Zoom Services Description, the Zoom website (www.zoom.us) and any additional description of the Services which may be incorporated into this Agreement.
“Zoom Meeting Services” means the various video conferencing, web conferencing, webinar, meeting room, screensharing, chat, connectors, audio plans, cloud storage, and other collaborative services offered by Zoom Video that Customer may order on an Order Form.
“Zoom Phone Services” means voice connectivity services, including, but not limited to, nomadic interconnected VoIP services, provisioning of direct dial numbers, two-way voice calling and private branch exchange (PBX) functionality and related services that Customer may order on an Order Form.
B. Zoom Meeting Services. Zoom Meetings Services enable Hosts to schedule and start Meetings and to allow Participants to join Meetings for the purpose of collaborating using voice, video, and screensharing functionality. Every meeting will have at least one Host. Chat features allow for out-of-session one-on-one or group collaboration. Further features, functionality, and solutions are described at www.zoom.us.
1. Concurrent Meetings. The Concurrent Meetings feature enables a Host to host more than one Meeting at a time, subject to the specific limitations of the Concurrent Meetings package Customer may order on an Order Form.
C. Zoom for Education (K-12). Zoom for Education (K-12/Primary and Secondary Schools) allows primary schools, secondary schools, school districts and school systems (“School Subscribers”) to use Zoom Meeting Services for educational purposes. Zoom maintains policies and procedures designed to comply with applicable requirements of student privacy laws including, without limitation, GDPR and the Family Educational Rights and Privacy Act (FERPA) and applicable state laws (the “Privacy Laws”). The Privacy Laws may provide students or their parents with certain rights in their personal information. If Customer is a parent or student and has questions about the Privacy Laws or Customer’s related rights, please contact Customer’s school administration. If Customer is a “K-12 Account User” — meaning a teacher, principal, or other educator or school personnel authorized by a School Subscriber to use its K-12 Account — Customer represents and warrants that Customer has been duly authorized by Customer’s School Subscriber to create an account, use the Zoom Meeting Services, and to agree to these contract terms. Customer further agrees to use Customer’s account solely for educational purposes and solely for the benefit of Customer’s School Subscriber and its students. If Customer is a K-12 Account User subject to U.S. or similar law, Customer consents, for itself and Customer’s School Subscriber, to Zoom’s collection, use and sharing of personal information of student End Users including those who are under the age of 16 in accordance with Zoom’s K-12/Primary & Secondary Schools Privacy Statement and Customer instructs Zoom to process the personal data of student End Users in accordance with such policy. If Customer is a K-12 Account User subject to GDPR or similar law, Customer determines the legal basis, means and purposes for processing the data, and instructs Zoom to process personal information of student End Users, including those who are children under the age 16, in accordance with Zoom’s K-12/Primary & Secondary Schools Privacy Statement found at https://explore.zoom.us/en/schools-privacy-statement/.
1. Addendum for Connecticut School Subscribers. This Agreement as applied to Connecticut School Subscribers incorporates by reference the Zoom Terms of Service Addendum for Connecticut School Subscribers (“Addendum”) which is designed to comply with the requirements of the Connecticut Act Concerning Student Data Privacy, Conn. Gen. Stat. Ann. § 10-234aa-dd.
D. Zoom Phone Services.
1. Definitions: For purposes of the Zoom Phone Services, the following definitions apply:
“Device” means the device assigned to a virtual extension or individual digital line set up within an account or by Zoom at Customer’s direction or request.
“Phone Host” means the individual assigned to a number which enables use of the Zoom Phone Service. A Phone Host is a “Host” for purposes of the definition of End User.
2. Zoom Phone Service Provider. Zoom is the provider of Zoom Phone Services to customers located outside the United States. Zoom Voice Communications, Inc. (“Zoom Voice”) is the provider of Zoom Phone Services to customers located in the United States and sets the terms, conditions and rates for Zoom Phone Services.
3. Description of Services. Zoom Phone Services are cloud-based phone services that use voice over internet protocol (VoIP) to provide Customer with the following services and functionalities, as selected by Customer on an Order Form and subject to the Zoom Phone Service Additional Terms and Policies found at https://zoom.us/legal:
a. Zoom Phone Service. Zoom Phone Service is a cloud-based phone service that allows two-way voice calling and private branch exchange (PBX) functionality, and a feature set as described on the zoom.us website.
b. Public Switched Telephone Network Communications (PSTN) Access. Phone Hosts and End Users can be enabled to make and receive calls to the PSTN and be assigned a direct inward dialing phone number (DID) via a Zoom Phone Calling Plan.
c. Bring Your Own Carrier (BYOC). BYOC allows customers to use the telecommunications provider of their choice to provide PSTN access and inward DID numbers. Zoom provides BYOC customers with software that enables On Net Access and access to a range of Zoom call management features and functions. BYOC enables customers to (i) have PSTN capability in regions where Zoom does not offer PSTN Access; (ii) maintain relationships with currently deployed carriers; and/or (iii) configure deployments for flexibility and redundancy. Customer must ensure that its carrier provides all regulated telecommunications services and is responsible for telecommunications regulatory compliance.
d. SMS Capabilities. Zoom Phone Service supports basic SMS capabilities within the United States and Canada. It is the Customer’s responsibility to confirm that any intended SMS use cases are supported in the Zoom Documentation.
e. Additional Zoom Phone Features. Additional functionality such as enabling common area phones, and additional Toll Free and DID phone numbers may be purchased as described on the Order Form.
f. Provision of Regulated Communications Services. Zoom may rely on local providers to supply certain regulated communication services; for example: to enable Customer to place local calls within local jurisdictions and/or to connect with the local public switched telephone network (PSTN). Zoom’s locally licensed Affiliates provide all telecommunications services offered to Customer within the countries in which such Zoom Affiliates are licensed. Zoom is responsible for all contracting, billing, and customer care related to those services.
4. Zoom Phone Policies. Customer acknowledges and agrees that additional Zoom Phone policies found at https://zoom.us/legal apply to Customer’s use of Zoom Phone Services.
5. Emergency Calling (E911). Customer acknowledges and agrees that if Zoom is the emergency service provider, then Customer has read and understood Zoom Voice Communications, Inc.’s Emergency Calling or 911 Customer Notification, found at www.zoom.us/legal. If Zoom is not the emergency service provider, then Customer’s underlying carrier’s emergency service or 911 notification polices apply.
6. Equipment. Except as expressly provided through a Hardware Program, neither Zoom nor Zoom Voice supplies any devices or other equipment used in connection with the Zoom Phone Services. Zoom Voice does test certain devices and equipment to determine whether they are supported on the Zoom Phone platform (although it has not tested all possible devices and equipment available in the marketplace). A summary of devices and equipment to date that Zoom Voice has determined are supported by the Zoom Phone platform may be provided on request. Customer should consult with Zoom or Zoom Voice, as appropriate prior to deploying any other devices and equipment.
E. Zoom Rooms. Zoom Rooms is a software-based conference room system that provides a collaboration experience for in-room and virtual participants including one-click to join meeting, wireless multi-sharing, interactive whiteboard, and intuitive room controls Zoom Rooms include conference room specific features such as scheduling display, digital signage, and remote room management.
F. Zoom Hardware Program. Hardware Programs enable customers to procure hardware products that work with and provide access to Zoom Meeting Services or Zoom Phone services, subject to additional terms and conditions. A separate subscription to the Zoom Meeting Services or Zoom Phone Services, as applicable, is required.
1. Zoom Hardware as a Service. Zoom’s Hardware-as-a-Service Program (“HaaS Program”) enables customers to sub-lease certain leased devices in conjunction with and for the same subscription term as an associated underlying subscription for Zoom Meeting Services or Zoom Phone Services. Additional HaaS Program terms are found here.
G. Zoom for Government is the Zoom Meeting Services, Zoom Phone Services, Zoom Conference Room Connector, Zoom Rooms, Zoom Chat and Zoom APIs offered by Zoom in a FedRAMP authorized cloud environment. Zoom for Government enables customers to leverage a limited version of the Services in a separate, FedRAMP authorized cloud environment hosted in Amazon Web Services Government Cloud and Zoom’s collocated data centers in the continental United States (in San Jose, CA and New Jersey), independent of Zoom’s standard commercial cloud environment. Specific features, functionality, and solutions are described at https://www.zoomgov.com/. The standard commercial Zoom platform and Zoom for Government are independent environments and, therefore, data cannot be exchanged between them including, without limitation, instant messaging data or chat data.
1. Zoom for Government is authorized at the FedRAMP Moderate level ATO. TLS 1.2 or greater is required.
2. Zoom for Government Overview. The Zoom for Government platform unifies cloud video conferencing, a cloud phone system, messaging, simple online meetings, and a software-defined conference room solution into one easy-to-use platform. The Zoom for Government platform is a FedRAMP Moderate-authorized cloud environment that is separate from the standard Zoom platform. The Zoom for Government platform is managed exclusively by US Persons, and is located exclusively in CONUS in the AWS GovCloud and two US-based data centers. Zoom for Government includes: DOD Impact Level 2/4, FIPS 140-2, HIPAA third party attestation, and several accessibility-related attestations. The solution offers video, audio, phone, chat, and wireless screen-sharing across Windows, Mac, Linux, Chrome OS, iOS, Android, Blackberry, Zoom Rooms, and H.323/SIP room systems. Zoom for Government services include:
i. Zoom Cloud Video Conferencing. A cloud-based collaboration service which includes video, audio, content sharing webinars and collaboration.
ii. Zoom Phone. A cloud-based phone system with traditional private branch exchange features, integrated public switched telephone network connectivity, enhanced emergency services, and support for calling from mobile apps, desktop apps, and legacy desk phone devices.
iii. Zoom Team Chat. Send chat messages in public or private channels organized by projects, teams, or topics with the ability to share files, emojis, screenshots, and more.
iv. Zoom Rooms. Software-based group video conferencing for conference and huddle rooms that run off-the-shelf hardware including a dedicated Mac or PC, camera, and speaker with an iPad controller.
v. Zoom Conference Room Connector. . A gateway allowing H.323 and Session Initiation Protocol (SIP) systems to connect to Zoom Meetings. Conference Room Connector is available in both cloud computing and as software for installation on the customer premise.
vi. Zoom Meeting Connector. A software version of the Zoom cloud infrastructure intended for installation on the customer premise.
vii. Zoom API. Provides the ability for developers to easily add video, voice and screen sharing to your application. Our API is a server-side implementation designed around representational state transfer (REST). The Zoom API helps manage the pre-meeting experience such as creating, editing and deleting resources like users, meetings and webinars.
J. Managed Domains. Zoom permits Customers to reserve domains associated with their enterprise and to manage any accounts that are subscribed to Zoom using that domain (“Managed Domain Customer”). Customer may only associate to the Zoom Services domain(s) that they own or are legally entitled to associate for use with the Services. In the event that a Zoom account is created or exists on the reserved domain, but is not authorized by the Managed Domain Customer (the “Non-Managed Domain Account”), the person using or creating such Non-Managed Domain Account will be notified that the domain is reserved for the Managed Domain Customer and will be requested to change the domain associated with the Non-Managed Domain Account. If the person using or creating such Non-Managed Domain Account does not change the domain within the period specified, that person will be deemed to have consented to the Non-Managed Domain Account being added to the Managed Domain Customer and to have further consented for all data associated with the Non-Managed Domain Account to be shared with the Managed Domain Customer.
K. Zoom Contact Center.
1. Service Description. The Zoom Contact Center Service (“Zoom Contact Center”) is cloud-based software for contact centers that enables organizations to manage interactions with their customers or end users over multiple channels, including voice and video. Customer can enable calls to and from the PSTN using Voice over Internet Protocol (VoIP) by purchasing a Zoom Contact Center monthly usage plan. Additional Zoom Contact Center features are described at https://www.zoom.us.
2. Compliance with Laws. Customer is solely responsible for Customer’s and its users’ use of Zoom Contact Center and shall ensure such use complies with the laws and regulations of the countries where they are located, including any regulations governing the use of the Internet for voice communications and messaging. Customer represents and warrants that they have provided all disclosures and notifications and have obtained all consents required in connection with the monitoring or recording of conversations as required by local laws or regulations. Customer is solely responsible for compliance with all laws applicable to marketing and solicitation, including but not limited to the US Telephone Consumer Protection Act of 1991 (TCPA), the FTC’s Telemarketing Sales Rule, and Canada’s Anti-Spam Legislation (CASL).
3. Third-Party Integrations and Offerings. Customer’s use of non-Zoom offerings that interoperate or integrate with Zoom Contact Center or that are used in connection with Zoom Contact Center shall in each case be governed by a separate agreement with the provider of such offerings (“Third-Party Offering(s)”) and shall be outside the scope of this Agreement. Zoom is not liable or responsible for any act or omission of any provider of a Third-Party Offering or any operation of the Third-Party Offering, including the access, modification, or deletion of data, regardless of whether Zoom endorses, approves, or supports any such Third-Party Offering. Zoom does not guarantee the continued interoperation, integration, or support of Third-Party Offerings, and Zoom may, in its sole discretion and at any time, discontinue such features.
4. Emergency Services. Zoom Contact Center is not a replacement for traditional telephone services. Customer is responsible for notifying and ensuring individuals authorized to use Zoom Contact Center through their account (including agents, supervisors, and administrators) are aware that calls to emergency service providers may not be made through Zoom Contact Center and how to contact emergency service providers via other means, including alternative arrangements made available by Customer. Customer will indemnify and hold Zoom and its Affiliates harmless from any Claims arising from or relating to any emergency services call or any inability to place an emergency services call using Zoom Contact Center.
5. Zoom Contact Center Policies. Customer acknowledges and agrees that Zoom Phone and Contact Center Text Messaging Policy for the United States and Zoom Contact Center Acceptable Use Policy found at https://zoom.us/legal apply to Customer’s use of Zoom Contact Center.
6. Corresponding License. Customer’s access to Zoom Contact Center requires a corresponding license to use the Zoom Meeting Services and/or Zoom Phone Services. In the event such underlying license expires or is terminated for any reason, Customer’s access to Zoom Contact Center, will also terminate. Upon termination, Customer will be billed for any unpaid Zoom Contact Center Charges. Except as explicitly provided otherwise, all Zoom Contact Center payment obligations are non-cancelable and all amounts paid are non-refundable.
7. Calling Plans and Virtual Service Numbers. Zoom Voice is the provider of calling plans and virtual service numbers that may be used with Zoom Contact Center.
L. Zoom IQ and Smart Recordings.
“Zoom IQ” means an add-on service that is available for certain Zoom Services which captures and extracts data and information resulting in visually displayed, accessible, and locatable insights and analytics.
“Zoom IQ Data” means data that is imported, accessed, used, stored, transmitted, originated, or processed based on instructions from the Customer and any resulting derivatives, analytics, outputs, or data sets, including but not limited to Smart Recording Data, resulting from Customer’s use of Zoom IQ.
2. Applicability of Terms. These Zoom IQ terms shall take effect upon the earlier of the Service Effective Date or Customer’s use of Zoom IQ and will remain in effect for the Initial Subscription Term and any Renewal Term as set forth in the applicable Order Form. Notwithstanding anything to the contrary in any contract between Zoom and Customer, in relation to Zoom IQ, these Zoom IQ terms shall govern and control in the event of any conflicting or inconsistent terms and take precedence irrespective of order of precedence terms to the contrary in any contract between Zoom and Customer.
3. Corresponding Subscription. Customer’s access and use of Zoom IQ requires a corresponding paid subscription to Zoom Meeting Services, or Zoom Phone (if available), or both. In the event such underlying Zoom Meeting Services or Zoom Phone subscription for which Zoom IQ is used expires or is terminated for any reason, Customer’s access to Zoom IQ will also terminate and Customer will be billed for any unpaid Zoom IQ Charges or fees. Except as explicitly provided otherwise, all Zoom IQ payment obligations are non-cancelable and all amounts paid are non-refundable.
4. Customer Consent and Instruction; Compliant Use. By purchasing or using Zoom IQ, Customer is electing to expand Zoom Services to include Zoom IQ and is consenting to and instructing Zoom to enable Zoom IQ on Customer’s account subject to these Zoom IQ terms. Zoom IQ results are provided for informational purposes only and may contain inaccuracies. Customer may only use Zoom IQ and Zoom IQ Data in compliance with applicable laws, rules, regulations, decisions, and privacy requirements, and represents and warrants that it will obtain any required End User consents.
5. License Rights; Intellectual Property Ownership. Notwithstanding anything to the contrary in any other contract between Zoom and Customer, by purchasing or using Zoom IQ, Customer grants Zoom and its Affiliates, with respect to Zoom IQ Data, a perpetual, worldwide, non-exclusive, royalty-free, transferable license to access, use, display, copy, distribute, and create derivative works, including but not limited to, use with respect to performing, testing, improving, and developing Zoom IQ and related products and services such as translation and transcription services, and for quality assurance and training of the same. Zoom does not assign, transfer, or otherwise provide any right, title, or interest in or to any intellectual property of Zoom, its Affiliates, or its licensors by entering into these terms or providing Zoom IQ to Customer, and Zoom, its Affiliates, and licensors own and shall retain all proprietary rights, including all copyright, patent, trade secret, trademark, trade name, and all other intellectual property rights in and to Zoom IQ.
6. Use of Zoom IQ Data; Feedback. Notwithstanding anything to the contrary in any contract between Zoom and Customer, Zoom’s use of Zoom IQ Data as set forth in these Zoom IQ terms will not be considered disclosure, access or use of Confidential Information. Zoom will not access, use, preserve, or share Zoom IQ Data for any purpose other than for the purposes described herein, and in the contracts between Zoom and Customer. Customer may provide suggestions, ideas, enhancement requests, feedback, recommendations or other information provided by Customer, its End Users or any third party relating to Zoom IQ (“Feedback”). Notwithstanding anything to the contrary in a contract between Customer and Zoom, any Feedback provided will not be deemed Confidential Information under the MSA or the Agreement, and Zoom shall retain ownership of any Feedback.
7. Zoom Smart Recording. Zoom Smart Recording is an optional service that isolates certain computer-identified data elements from Customer audio transcripts that are derived from meeting records (“Smart Recording Data”) and provides an editable visual presentation of the Smart Recording Data in text files that may include, among other things, discussion summaries, “actions items” or “next steps,” and highlights that illuminate important text. Zoom Smart Recording is subject to modification, termination, or discontinuance by Zoom in Zoom’s sole discretion. Zoom Smart Recording terms take effect upon Customer’s use of Zoom Smart Recording and remain in effect until Customer’s Zoom Meeting subscription ends or Zoom discontinues or terminates the Smart Recording service. Customer acknowledges and agrees that the definition of “Zoom IQ” includes the Zoom Smart Recording service, and that the definition of “Zoom IQ Data” includes Zoom Smart Recording Data; however, Customer is not eligible for Zoom IQ services by simply enabling Smart Recordings.
8. Participant Notifications. Customer acknowledges that although Zoom may provide a customizable sample recording notice to Participants, Customer is solely responsible for ensuring compliance with applicable laws including but not limited to, privacy requirements, and where required, sufficient notice to Participants regarding the recording, monitoring, collection and use of Zoom IQ Data by Customer, Zoom, and others.
9. Updated Version of Zoom. Customer acknowledges that in order to receive the full benefit of Zoom’s security and notification features, Customer and Customer’s End Users must update the client application with Zoom’s most recent version available.
M. Zoom Workspace Reservation. Zoom Workspace Reservation is a service that enables the management of physical spaces with tools for customers to reserve and manage their workspace utilization by connecting users to workspaces. Workspace Reservation includes, among other functionality, the ability: to reserve workspaces in advance, upon arrival using a kiosk, or directly at the workspace; to make recommendations on workspaces to reserve; to set-up and view floor maps; and to analyze data on the utilization of workspaces.
N. Zoom Node. Zoom Node is a cloud-based hybrid platform installed on Customer’s premises which integrates Customer’s data center servers with Zoom’s cloud and enables the deployment of certain Zoom hybrid services.
1. Zoom Phone Hybrid. Zoom Phone Hybrid is an add-on service for Zoom Phone Services, which when combined with Zoom Node allows Customer to continue utilizing certain Zoom Phone Services in the event of an internet service disruption between the Customer’s network and Zoom’s data center. Customer’s access to Zoom Phone Hybrid requires a corresponding subscription to Zoom Node and Zoom Phone Services.
O. Customer Managed Key Service. Customer Managed Key Service is an advanced security service, which allows Customers to encrypt and decrypt certain Customer Content stored by Zoom using cryptographic keys provided and maintained by an external Key Management Service (“KMS”). KMS means a managed system obtained by Customer from a third party provider enabling Customer to create and control certain cryptographic keys. KMS is not a Zoom Service and must be purchased separately from Zoom’s Customer Managed Key Service from a provider supported by Zoom.
1. Corresponding License. Customer’s access and use of Customer Managed Key Service requires a corresponding subscription to Zoom Meeting Services, Zoom Phone Services, Zoom Rooms and/or Zoom Events. In the event such underlying Zoom Meeting Services, Zoom Phone Services, Zoom Rooms and/or Zoom Event subscription for which Customer Managed Key Service is used expires or is terminated for any reason, Customer’s access to the Customer Managed Key Service for the corresponding license will also terminate and Customer will be billed for any unpaid Customer Managed Key Service Charges or fees. Except as explicitly provided otherwise, all Customer Managed Key Service payment obligations are non-cancelable and all amounts paid are non-refundable.
2. KMS. Zoom is not liable or responsible for any act or omission of any KMS provider, any operation of KMS or Customer’s utilization thereof, including the access, modification, or deletion of Customer Content attributable to said KMS, regardless of whether Zoom’s Customer Managed Key Service supports any such KMS. Customer remains solely responsible at all times for configuring and maintaining the KMS used in conjunction with Customer Managed Key Service. Customer acknowledges and agrees that Customer’s access and use of Customer Managed Key Service requires Customer to: (1) set up and maintain a set of identical cryptographic keys in no less than two data centers located in separate geographic regions; and (2) configure and maintain KMS to ensure Zoom may access Customer’s cryptographic keys as needed to provide the Customer Managed Key Service. Zoom is not liable for Customer’s failure to meet the foregoing requirements, which may result in loss or degradation of certain Services, including but not limited to the loss of ability to use, record, view or participate in Zoom Meeting Services, Zoom Phone Services, Zoom Rooms, Zoom Events and related features.
P. Zoom Mesh Service. Zoom Mesh Service is a native eCDN (Enterprise Content Delivery Network) service that uses dynamic Zoom client-based peer-to-peer media forwarding technology controlled by Zoom cloud infrastructure. Zoom Mesh Service is designed to improve network bandwidth utilization of certain Zoom Services (e.g. Zoom Webinar and Zoom Events) by reducing the number of simultaneous identical media streams sent to a customer’s network. Customer’s access to and use of Zoom Mesh Service requires an underlying subscription to certain Zoom Services (e.g. Zoom Webinar or Zoom Events).
Q. Zoom Virtual Agent. “Zoom Virtual Agent” or “ZVA” is a software-based chat application service that uses artificial intelligence to automate conversations and provide solutions for customer engagement, customer support, technical support and other purposes.
1. Third-Party Integrations and Offerings. ZVA may interoperate, integrate, or be used in connection with third party offerings (“Third-Party Offerings”). However, Customer acknowledges that Zoom is not liable for, and Zoom hereby disclaims any liability for, any act or omission of any provider of Third-Party Offerings or the operation of any Third-Party Offerings, including but not limited to the access to, modification or deletion of, data, regardless of whether Zoom or ZVA endorses, approves, or supports any such Third-Party Offerings. Zoom does not guarantee the interoperation, integration, or support of any Third-Party Offerings, and Zoom may, at any time, in its sole discretion modify the ZVA service, which may result in the failed interoperation, integration or support of Third-Party Offerings.
2. Customer Requirements. Customer will make any required disclosures to, and obtain any required consents from End Users, regarding the recording, collection, storage, processing, access, and use of Customer Content (and any personal data therein), by Customer, Zoom, and others.
3. License Rights. Notwithstanding anything to the contrary in the Agreement or any other agreement between Zoom and Customer, with respect to Customer Content used in conjunction with ZVA, in addition to those right granted in the Agreement, Customer grants Zoom and its Affiliates a perpetual worldwide right to utilize Customer Content for performing, developing, and improving ZVA and related products and services.