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‘Confidential Information’ means all information of a confidential nature (in whatever form) which relates to the Purpose and is received or acquired (whether directly or indirectly) by a party[, its Authorised Persons][ or its Affiliates] including:
any know-how, trade secrets, financial, commercial, technical, tactical or strategic information of any kind;
all information produced, developed or derived from information disclosed pursuant to this Agreement;
all information agreed to be, or marked as, confidential;
[the information specified in [insert Schedule number];]
any information a party,[ its Affiliates][ or [its OR their] Authorised Persons] knows, or could reasonably be expected to know, is confidential; and
[[the terms and existence of this Agreement.]]
but excluding any information which:
is, or was already known or available to a party, otherwise than pursuant to or through breach of any confide
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