1.3 In addition to the terms and conditions of sale, your agreement with Google includes the terms of all legal mentions applicable to the Services. All of these conditions are called “Additional Conditions” below. If additional conditions apply to a service, you can read them inside or through your use of that service. If you are a business user or an organization, this is to the extent permitted by the current legislation: (a) trial time. If you subscribe to the content at a price, you can have free access to the benefits of the subscription during a given trial period, on which basis the fee will be charged to you until you cancel your subscription. To avoid imputation, you must cancel before the end of the trial period. As soon as you cancel your trial version, you immediately lose access to the corresponding app and all subscription permissions, unless otherwise stated. Access to these trial periods may be limited to a certain number of trial versions for each user during a given period or other restrictions. Google sets limits on your use of APIs at its sole discretion (for example.B. Limit the number of API requirements you can make or the number of users you can use).
You agree with these restrictions, which are documented with each API, and don`t try to circumvent them. If you wish to use an API beyond these limits, you must obtain Google`s explicit consent (and Google may refuse such a request or condition your consent to additional conditions and/or additional user fees). To obtain such permission, contact Google`s API team for information (for example. B on Google`s development console). If you use an account about work, school or another group, the terms may apply based on your organization`s agreement with Google. 5.5 If you have not been expressly authorized to do so in a separate agreement with Google, you agree not to duplicate, duplicate, copy, sell, negotiate or resell services for any purpose. 9.6 Unless you have been expressly authorized in writing by Google, you agree not to use trademarks, service marks, trade names, company logos or an organization in a manner likely or intentionally to confuse the licensee or authorized user of those trademarks, names or logos.