These Looker Service Specific Terms are incorporated into the agreement under which Google has agreed to provide the Looker platform to Customer or Customer’s Affiliate for Internal Business Purposes or External Business Purposes ("Agreement"). Capitalized terms used but not defined in these Looker Service Specific Terms have the meaning stated in the Agreement.

Third-Party Offerings

Looker Marketplace. Many of the Third Party Offerings made available on the Looker Marketplace are provided and licensed to Customer by third parties, and are subject to their own terms and conditions. Customer acknowledges and agrees that Google is not responsible for, and makes no representations or warranties regarding the installation, integration, interoperability, functionality or content of any Third Party Offering. Customer may have to accept the terms and conditions of a Third Party Offering on the Looker Marketplace in order to access it.

Beta Feature Offering Terms

Google may make available to Customer features or functionality to try at no additional cost, and which are designated as “Beta”, “Trial”, “Non-Production” or other similar designation (collectively, the “Beta Features”). While Beta Features are not Services, Customer's use of Beta Features is subject to the terms of the Agreement applicable to Services, as amended by this “Beta Features” section.

  1. General Terms. Beta Features made available by Google are provided to Customer for testing purposes only, and Google does not make any commitment to provide Beta Features in any future versions of the Services. Customer is not required to use Beta Features. Customer may disable Beta Features at its sole discretion. Google may immediately and without notice remove Beta Features for any reason without liability to Customer. Notwithstanding anything to the contrary in the Agreement, Google does not provide TSS for Beta Features. All Beta Features are provided "AS IS" without warranty of any kind.

  2. Use of Customer Test Data. Google may, and Customer will (including by collecting or providing any required consents or notices) ensure that Google may, use any Customer Data (including Customer Personal Data) submitted, stored, sent or received via any Beta Feature by Customer or its End Users ("Customer Test Data") to provide, test, analyze, develop and improve those Beta Features and any Google products and services used with them without any restriction or obligation to Customer, any End User or any third party, other than as stated in the Agreement's confidentiality provisions and below.

  3. Application of DPST. If Customer has accepted, or the parties have otherwise agreed, to Google's then-current terms describing data protection and processing obligations with respect to Customer Data at (the “Data Processing and Security Terms” or “DPST”), it will apply to Beta Features as "Services" for purposes of the DPST. Unless stated otherwise in the applicable Beta Features, the entirety of this “Beta Features” section will form part of the "Agreement" referred to in Section 5.2.1 (Customer's Instructions) of the DPST, subject to the following amendments:

    (A) information about Subprocessors (as defined in the DPST) will be made available in writing by Google upon Customer’s request;

    (B) for the duration of Customer’s use of any Beta Features, Google will inform Customer of any new Subprocessor by sending an email to the Notification Email Address before the new Subprocessor starts processing any Customer Data submitted via Beta Features;

    (C) Customer may, as its sole and exclusive remedy if Customer objects to the Subprocessor, cease using the applicable Beta Feature; and

    (D) Beta Features are not “Audited Services” under the DPST

  4. Use Restrictions. Customer will not, and will not allow End Users to: (i) use Beta Features to process protected health information as defined in the Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act of 1996, and (ii) use Beta Features to process data subject to legal or regulatory compliance requirements.

  5. Feedback. Customer may provide feedback and suggestions about the Beta Features to Google, and Google and its Affiliates may use any feedback or suggestions provided without restriction and without obligation to Customer.