3.1 The parties envisage that the client will experimentally evaluate the products and services identified in Appendix C for the trial period. The licensee is committed to participating in a pilot project to test the feasibility of online access to magazines on the Wiley Online Library in pre-defined databases. This pilot agreement (« agreement ») sets out the conditions under which SingPost eCommerce Pte. Ltd. (« SP eCommerce ») will provide services (the « services » designed for small and medium-sized enterprises) as part of the pilot phase (« pilot program »). For more information on the ezyCommerce program and related services, see www.ezyCommerce.com. 12.5 STATE RESTRICTIONS. The product and SaaS software environment consists of « commercial elements, » « commercial computer software » and « commercial documentation of computer software, » as these terms are defined in FAR 2.101 and DFARS 252.227-7014 (a) (1). The software is made available to any federal, regional or local authority only under the terms of this agreement and the additional conditions agreed by the parties in duly executed characters and in accordance with (a) directives 48 C.F.R.

12.212 (for civil agencies); or (b) guidelines at 48 C.F.R. 227.7202-1 and 22.7202-3 (for Ministry of Defence units). 2.5 In order to avoid any doubt, except in paragraph 2 (subject to paragraph 7.4), this agreement is not obliged to require any part or one of its related companies to enter into a new agreement on the provision of products and services on an ongoing basis (non-trial) after the conclusion of the study (a « final agreement »). This agreement deals only with the proposed agreements and there is no other agreement between the parties with respect to goods and services, unless the parties have agreed to all the terms of a final agreement and both parties have signed a final agreement. 3.4 RESTRICTIONS. The client undertakes (i) not to rent, sell, rent, rent, mortgage, incriminate, authorize or otherwise transfer the product or otherwise use it for the property of a third party; (ii) reset, recompile or recompile the product or attempt to identify a product source code or underlying confidential information; (iii) merge the product with other software; (iv) to use the product on or with a system for which it was not intended (the preinstalled software product must remain in the hardware product); (v) to use the product in a manner that is not expressly authorized or may be illegal.