Zuitt Confidentiality and Intellectual Property Notice


  • Upon entry and during the Coding Bootcamp period, Students shall have access to and may be entrusted with confidential and proprietary information concerning the Company. Every Student, during and after the period of training with the Company, shall not disclose such information to any entity, person, firm, or corporation.
  • All records and documents of the Company and its clients and all information pertaining to their affairs shall be considered confidential and shall not be disclosed to any unauthorized person or entity nor reproduced in any manner by the Student at any time during or after Bootcamp.
  • Prohibition against recording. The Student understands and agrees that, in order to maintain the confidentiality of the Company’s confidential information and to protect the Company’s Intellectual Property, especially its curriculum and lessons in both offline and online classes, no person is allowed to record, republish, rebroadcast, copy, reproduce, share, sell, distribute, or otherwise make available any of the classes, or any portions thereof, including consultations and discussions. Recordings include photos, audio, and/or video coverage, by any means including through smartphones. Any Student who violates this clause shall be liable to the Company. Students understand that the Company reserves the right to pursue any and all appropriate action such as civil, criminal, or administrative remedies in response to any violations.
  • The Student understands and agrees that all materials shared online, which may include but are not limited to, lessons, lectures, presentations, and exercises, and the Intellectual Property thereof, are owned and shall remain sole property of the Company. The Student agrees to obtain no right of any kind to the same.
  • Use of Platforms and Services. The Students understand and agree to abide by the Terms and Conditions and Privacy Policy of all platforms and Services they use in connection with the Program. The Students are responsible for securing their own account and password, managing their login credentials at all times, screening and ensuring completeness and accuracy of all data they receive through these platforms and Services, and making sure that their data, software, and hardware are safeguarded by logging in and logging out responsibly. The Students are also responsible for the confidentiality of their account and for all contents posted, and all actions taken, under their account. No sharing of login credentials is allowed, and Students are explicitly prohibited from sharing any data shared by the Company through these platforms and Services to any third party.

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