When providing this feature, Verizon and its suppliers have access to client IP addresses and DNS queries, including information entered by the customer in an address bar, as well as browser information and all expellable website links involved in generating the DNS query (together DNS information), but do not use DNS information for any purpose other than providing functionality. including improving the operation and efficiency of the underlying search functionality and functions. Verizon and its suppliers may use non-identifiable DNA information to support the feature. The link below provides additional operating and privacy information related to the feature. www.verizonbusiness.com/resources/factsheets/fs_domain-name-services_en_xg.pdf 33.1 Compliance. Use of Verizon IP services must match the current version of the AUP of the countries from which the customer uses that service (if a country does not have an AUP, the US AUP applies). The corresponding AUP is available in the following URL: www.verizonenterprise.com/terms or any other URL specified by Verizon. The customer ensures that each user of the services complies with the AUP. 2. Agreement. The agreement sets out a framework within which customer may order services from Verizon in the United States as part of the agreement or contracts. Each resulting contract is established through a service contract and consists of (a) the applicable agreement; (b) service annexes; and (c) other content incorporated by reference. Identify the rules on www.verizonenterprise.com/service/g_service_provider_list.htm the U.S.
supplier if the contract does not do otherwise. With Customer`s consent, Verizon CPNI Companies and other confidential information may be transmitted to Verizon Companies, representatives, contractors, and partners, so that all such information can be used to offer customer the full range of products and services they offer (see www.verizon.com for a description of Verizon`s businesses and services). . . .