Unpaid Internship Agreement

„confidential information,“ information and physical material that is not known or available outside the company, as well as information and physical equipment entrusted to the company with confidence by third parties. Confidential information includes, without restriction: (i) corporate inventions (as defined below); (ii) technical data, trade secrets, know-how, research, product or service ideas or plans, software codes and projects, developments, inventions, laboratory notes, processes, formulas, techniques, biological materials, masking, design and drawings, information on hardware configuration, lists or information about company staff, trainees and advisors (including, but not limited to names) , contact information, workplaces, remuneration and expertise of these employees and consultants), but not just to the clients of the company you called with or with whom you were aware during the internship), price list, pricing methods, cost data, market share data, marketing plans, licenses, contractual information, business plans, financial forecasts , historical financial data, budgets or other business information that is communicated to you directly or indirectly by the Company, whether in writing, electronically, orally or by observation. Given your internship in the company and the disclosure of the information, you also accept that: (1) at the end of your connection with the company, all proprietary information and all copies, excerpts and other objects or objects in which they may be contained or embodied will be immediately returned; (2) You will immediately notify the company of any unauthorized disclosure of proprietary information within your control; 3. They agree to comply with the company`s strict directive that employees and trainees cannot, directly or indirectly, disclose information, including the terms of this letter, to an individual, including other company staff and interns, about compensation; However, provided you can discuss the terms of this letter with your immediate family members and with all legal, tax or accounting specialists who would provide you with legal, tax or accounting advice; and (4) You understand and believe that any violation of the provisions of this section could cause the company to suffer irreparable damage and not be able to remedy it properly.