In addition to restrictions on the use of the software, the creation of software licensing agreements should also take into account geographic restrictions regarding the use of the software. Most licensees limit the use of software to a particular country or website. If the use of the software is not limited to a given country or geographic location, this can also lead to a number of export problems. In addition, the limitation of geographical scope is closely linked to the redress of intellectual property rights. In the absence of a geographical restriction for the use of the licensed software, the scope of the compensation granted by the licensee may be extended. The ownership of digital goods, such as software applications and video games, is being challenged by EULA`s « unsold » digital distributors such as Steam.  In the European Union, the European Court of Justice ruled that a copyright holder could not object to the resale of software sold digitally under the copyright exhaustion rule on the first sale as a transfer of ownership, and therefore questioned the « first licensed and unsold contract ».       The Swiss company UsedSoft has innovated the resale of business software and has fought in court for this right.  In Europe, the 2009/24/EC European Directive explicitly authorises the trade in second-hand computer programmes.  2.1. Saving the account. You must sign up for an account with us in order to place orders, access or obtain software. Your registration information must be correct, up-to-date and complete.
You must keep your registration up to date so that we can send you communications, bank statements and other information via email or through your account. You are responsible for all actions taken through your account, including apps or activated (which can be paid for). If you order software through a reseller (defined in section 7.8), you are solely responsible (i) for any access the reseller has to your account and (ii) any rights or obligations associated with your agreement with the dealer. A well-written licensing agreement indicates whether the license is permanent, inescapable, exclusive, global or from a company, and whether it contains the source code of the software. In addition to the definition of applicable law, your licensing agreement may contain dispute resolution provisions that extend to mandatory arbitration, voluntary mediation, escalating executive issues within the parties` organizations, or waiving a jury when issues are dealt with through the courts. 4.1. Third-party products. You (including your authorized users) can use or acquire other third-party products or services related to the software, including third-party applications (see Section 4.2 (Marketplace Applications) or implementation, customization, training or other services. Your receipt or use of third-party products or services is subject to a separate agreement between you and the third party. If you use the software to enable or use third-party products or services (including third-party applications under Section 4.2 (Marketplace Apps) with the Software, you recognize that third parties can access your data or use it if necessary to collaborate with the Software on their products and services.