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Law/Patents - Computers: Software / Software
|English term or phrase: License Exception TSR|
|XYZ shall not transfer, export, or re-export, directly or indirectly, any technology or software received under License Exception TSR to any of the following nations or nationals thereof:|
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Control of exportations, in the U.S., is the function of several separate federal agencies that implement separate regulations.
The Bureau of Export Administration of the Department of Commerce implements control of the so-called "dual use" items, products, software and technology that are for civilian use but can have military application. These items are listed in the Commerce Control List (CCL) contained in the Code of Federal Regulations.
As a general principle, exportation need not a license unless the item is included in the CCL. And, if a license is required, it is the same for all the items. Licenses do not have a name.
For each item in the CCL, there may be one or more exceptions to the licensing requirement. These exceptions DO carry names, a collection of letters. One of these exceptions is called TSR, Technology and Software Restricted.
From a company's website (with the company's guidelines for exportation), I copied the two definitions below that describe what I have just said:
License Exceptions - are symbols established by the U.S. Department of Commerce permitting the export of specific commodities or other items to certain destinations without having to obtain a license from the Commerce Department (although prior government review and classification is usually required to use License Exception ENC). Eligible commodities and destinations can be found in the EAR. Examples of license exceptions are ENC, GBS and CIV. You should review carefully the restrictions on applicable License Exceptions (e.g., eligible countries, end-users, end-uses, etc.) before using them for an export.
TSR - Technology and Software Restricted. Export of TSR-eligible material to certain countries requires a signed written assurance against reexport to other countries be provided by the consignee (recipient) to the exporter before exportation. A license is required to export the same technology and software a) if the written assurance is not obtained and b) to other countries.
Thus License Exception TSR means "Exencion de Licencia TSR" or Exencion TSR al requisito de licencia.
It appears, also, that there is some confusion regarding el control de exportaciones con respecto a ciertos paises (N. Korea, Iraq, Iran -- the Exis of Evil --, Cuba, Syria, UNITA-controlled areas of Angola, etc.).
These are a separate set of export control regulations. These regulations appear in a different part of the Code of Federal Regulations and are administered by a separate agency, the Office of Foreign Assets Control of the Department of Treasury. They do not target specific items (as the CCL) but specific countries. The items it covers may vary from country to country. It certainly would include all items in the CCL but covers others. Little can be exported to Cuba, for example. Only recently, the exportation of food to Cuba was allowed and under a very restricted basis.
TSR has nothing to do with this second set of export regulations.
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The term I have chosen is: Excención TSR al requisito de licencia.
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Excepción a la LIcencia TSR
XYZ shall not transfer, export, or re-export, directly or indirectly, any technology or software received under License Exception TSR to any of the following nations or nationals thereof:
XYZ no transferirá, exportará ni re-exportará directa ni indirectamente tecnología o software recibido bajo la Excepción a la Licencia TSR a ninguna de las siguientes naciones ni ciudadanos de esas mismas naciones