NortonLifeLock products, including software, hardware, services, support and technology (collectively, “NortonLifeLock Products”) are subject to export and import controls administered by the U.S. government (including, but not limited to, the Export Administration Regulations under the U.S. Department of Commerce ("EAR"), the sanctions programs administered by the Treasury Departments’ Office of Foreign Assets Control (“OFAC”)), the member states of the European Union, Singapore, and other foreign jurisdictions.
All NortonLifeLock Products are subject to the following prohibitions:
- Export, re-export or transfers in violation of U.S., EU, Singapore or other applicable laws and regulations.
- Export, re-export or transfers, either directly or indirectly, to Cuba, Iran, North Korea, Syria, the Crimea, Luhansk, and Donetsk regions of Ukraine, and to any other country or region subject to trade sanctions.
- Export, re-export or transfers to any person or entity named on lists published by the U.S. government (including the U.S. Department of Commerce, the U.S. Department of State, and the U.S. Department of Treasury), in addition to lists published by the authorities in foreign jurisdictions.
- Export, re-export, or transfer (in-country) for use in connection with (i) chemical, biological or nuclear weapons, (ii) rocket systems (including ballistic missiles and space launch vehicles), or (iii) unmanned air vehicles (including cruise missiles or drones) as detailed in Part 744 of the EAR unless subject to valid license as provided therein. Export, re-export, or transfer (in-country) to a military entity or to any entity for a military end use unless subject to a valid license where required under U.S. and/or foreign laws.
- Products shall not be used to facilitate computer or network disruption, monitoring or tracking that could assist in or enable human right abuses.
Re-export of NortonLifeLock Products
Non-U.S. and U.S. companies re-exporting NortonLifeLock Products must comply with both their local export rules and with U.S. re-export regulations. Please visit the BIS website for Export Guidance regarding re-exports and other offshore transactions involving items of U.S. origin.