full agreement; Governing language. This license constitutes the entire agreement between the parties regarding the use of the Licensed Apple Software and supersedes all prior or concurrent agreements regarding this subject matter. Changes or modifications to this license are only required if they have been signed in writing and signed by Apple. Any translation of this license is made according to local requirements and, in the event of a dispute between the English version and a non-English version, the English version of this license applies. [APPLE-DE] 34The TT can represent the omission of entire sections highly related to culture and system. For example, among the various clauses that may exist, it is customary to include a section on the applicable law that indicates which laws apply to the agreement. All elements of this provision are usually included in the TT: 5An ITA is often a transnational legal framework and constitutes a contract between the user of a product or service and the provider granting the user license. Although EIAs can generally be classified as «private legal texts» (see Cao 2007 for a full classification), they correspond to a number of clearly identifiable canons, both at the macro-and microstructural level, and therefore constitute a specific subcontracting. 19 However, those categories sometimes overlap and those concepts may be viewed differently by the parties. For example, the word agreement can be considered by the public as semi-technical and contextual, who may not be aware of its high technicality and accuracy. Instead, the contractor can interpret it pragmatically as a highly technical term defining a precise legal concept. The design and conceptualization of concepts are also linked to the pragmatic perspective.

On the one hand, THE ITAs can be considered informative, as users are informed of the different provisions. However, an EUA is primarily a pre-regulatory text (see section 2). The ST text is usually written by a company`s legal department and deals with a large number of topics. Therefore, the conditions are not negotiated in a general way and the user only chooses whether or not to accept the AOP. This situation shows an asymmetry of power that leads to the idea that ITAs must by nature protect the rights of the licensor rather than inform users. It should be noted, however, that the legal principle may apply to contractual disputes. This principle states that ambiguities in private documents must be resolved against the interests of the party that produced the documents. This doctrine (sometimes referred to as the «doctrine of ambiguity») is not applicable if both parties participate in the same way in the formulation and inclusion of the ambiguous clause. This rule is intended to avoid intentional ambiguity on the part of the party (Anesa 2007); Tiersma 2005: 123) to the detriment of the other party (i.e.

to the detriment of end-users, in the case of AES). . . . .