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Chhabra, Komal /CS

Hi Team,

 

This is Komal Chhabra, a Team Lead from centralized license management team of ExxonMobil known as Software Asset Management[previously known as ITAM. The Software Asset Management group at ExxonMobil exists in large part to steward software license compliance

 

We are contacting you to get few details for product gobject-introspection Version 1 :

 

1.       Under which agreement it falls under: MIT , GPL or LPGL ?

2.       Could you please provide us the ECCN number for this software

 

              If you do not have your software classified with an ECCN, please kindly answer the following questions so that we may self-assess if there may be any prohibition or restriction for export or re-export of this product.

 

             1, Does the Software perform any encryption or utilize any encryption processes?  Y/N

             2. If the answer is YES to question 1, please indicate if the encryption is coded into the application or separately called (such as using SSL)

             3. If the answer is YES to question 1, please indicate what function(s) the cryptography/encryption serves

 

            A, Copyright protection purposes (Includes using a license key/code)

            B, User authentication purposes

           C, A core part of the functionality such as to encrypt databases

           D, To encrypt communications between the software and a host system.

 

         Background information:

         An Export Control Classification Number (ECCN) is a specific alpha-numeric code that identifies the level of export control for items e.g. software that are exported from member states of the Wassenaar Arrangement, including the United States. After obtaining the ECCN, the exporter must determine  whether an export license is required

 

Waiting for your kind acknowledgment.

 

Regards,

 

Komal Chhabra

New Products & Complex Team

EMIT | IT OPS | Customer Infrastructure | WDS | SAM

 

HCL Technologies Ltd.

(CIN: L74140DL1991PLC046369)

10th Floor, ODC-IV, Software Tower 6, Sector 126

Noida SEZ, Uttar Pradesh – 201301, India

Email : [hidden email]

 

for

 

ExxonMobil Global Services Company

22777 Springwoods Village Parkway

Spring, TX 77389

United States of America

 

 

From: Chhabra, Komal /CS
Sent: Wednesday, February 21, 2018 4:44 PM
To: '[hidden email]' <[hidden email]>
Subject: gobject-introspection Version 1 || GNOME

 

Hi Team,

 

This is Komal Chhabra, a Team Lead from centralized license management team of ExxonMobil known as Software Asset Management[previously known as ITAM. The Software Asset Management group at ExxonMobil exists in large part to steward software license compliance

 

We are contacting you to get few details for product gobject-introspection Version 1 :

 

1.       Under which agreement it falls under: MIT , GPL or LPGL ?

2.       Could you please provide us the ECCN number for this software

 

              If you do not have your software classified with an ECCN, please kindly answer the following questions so that we may self-assess if there may be any prohibition or restriction for export or re-export of this product.

 

             1, Does the Software perform any encryption or utilize any encryption processes?  Y/N

             2. If the answer is YES to question 1, please indicate if the encryption is coded into the application or separately called (such as using SSL)

             3. If the answer is YES to question 1, please indicate what function(s) the cryptography/encryption serves

 

            A, Copyright protection purposes (Includes using a license key/code)

            B, User authentication purposes

           C, A core part of the functionality such as to encrypt databases

           D, To encrypt communications between the software and a host system.

 

         Background information:

         An Export Control Classification Number (ECCN) is a specific alpha-numeric code that identifies the level of export control for items e.g. software that are exported from member states of the Wassenaar Arrangement, including the United States. After obtaining the ECCN, the exporter must determine  whether an export license is required

 

Waiting for your kind acknowledgment.

 

Regards,

 

Komal Chhabra

New Products & Complex Team

EMIT | IT OPS | Customer Infrastructure | WDS | SAM

 

HCL Technologies Ltd.

(CIN: L74140DL1991PLC046369)

10th Floor, ODC-IV, Software Tower 6, Sector 126

Noida SEZ, Uttar Pradesh – 201301, India

Email : [hidden email]

 

for

 

ExxonMobil Global Services Company

22777 Springwoods Village Parkway

Spring, TX 77389

United States of America

 


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RE: gobject-introspection Version 1 || GNOME

Chhabra, Komal /CS

Hi Team,

 

This is Komal Chhabra, a Team Lead from centralized license management team of ExxonMobil known as Software Asset Management[previously known as ITAM. The Software Asset Management group at ExxonMobil exists in large part to steward software license compliance

 

We are contacting you to get ECCN details for product gobject-introspection Version 1 :

 

Could you please provide us the ECCN number for this software

 

              If you do not have your software classified with an ECCN, please kindly answer the following questions so that we may self-assess if there may be any prohibition or restriction for export or re-export of this product.

 

             1, Does the Software perform any encryption or utilize any encryption processes?  Y/N

             2. If the answer is YES to question 1, please indicate if the encryption is coded into the application or separately called (such as using SSL)

             3. If the answer is YES to question 1, please indicate what function(s) the cryptography/encryption serves

 

            A, Copyright protection purposes (Includes using a license key/code)

            B, User authentication purposes

           C, A core part of the functionality such as to encrypt databases

           D, To encrypt communications between the software and a host system.

 

         Background information:

         An Export Control Classification Number (ECCN) is a specific alpha-numeric code that identifies the level of export control for items e.g. software that are exported from member states of the Wassenaar Arrangement, including the United States. After obtaining the ECCN, the exporter must determine  whether an export license is required

 

Waiting for your kind acknowledgment.

 

Regards,

 

Komal Chhabra

New Products & Complex Team

EMIT | IT OPS | Customer Infrastructure | WDS | SAM

 

HCL Technologies Ltd.

(CIN: L74140DL1991PLC046369)

10th Floor, ODC-IV, Software Tower 6, Sector 126

Noida SEZ, Uttar Pradesh – 201301, India

Email : [hidden email]

 

for

 

ExxonMobil Global Services Company

22777 Springwoods Village Parkway

Spring, TX 77389

United States of America

 

 

From: Chhabra, Komal /CS
Sent: Friday, February 23, 2018 2:46 PM
To: '[hidden email]' <[hidden email]>
Subject: RE: gobject-introspection Version 1 || GNOME
Importance: High

 

Hi Team,

 

This is Komal Chhabra, a Team Lead from centralized license management team of ExxonMobil known as Software Asset Management[previously known as ITAM. The Software Asset Management group at ExxonMobil exists in large part to steward software license compliance

 

We are contacting you to get few details for product gobject-introspection Version 1 :

 

1.       Under which agreement it falls under: MIT , GPL or LPGL ?

2.       Could you please provide us the ECCN number for this software

 

              If you do not have your software classified with an ECCN, please kindly answer the following questions so that we may self-assess if there may be any prohibition or restriction for export or re-export of this product.

 

             1, Does the Software perform any encryption or utilize any encryption processes?  Y/N

             2. If the answer is YES to question 1, please indicate if the encryption is coded into the application or separately called (such as using SSL)

             3. If the answer is YES to question 1, please indicate what function(s) the cryptography/encryption serves

 

            A, Copyright protection purposes (Includes using a license key/code)

            B, User authentication purposes

           C, A core part of the functionality such as to encrypt databases

           D, To encrypt communications between the software and a host system.

 

         Background information:

         An Export Control Classification Number (ECCN) is a specific alpha-numeric code that identifies the level of export control for items e.g. software that are exported from member states of the Wassenaar Arrangement, including the United States. After obtaining the ECCN, the exporter must determine  whether an export license is required

 

Waiting for your kind acknowledgment.

 

Regards,

 

Komal Chhabra

New Products & Complex Team

EMIT | IT OPS | Customer Infrastructure | WDS | SAM

 

HCL Technologies Ltd.

(CIN: L74140DL1991PLC046369)

10th Floor, ODC-IV, Software Tower 6, Sector 126

Noida SEZ, Uttar Pradesh – 201301, India

Email : [hidden email]

 

for

 

ExxonMobil Global Services Company

22777 Springwoods Village Parkway

Spring, TX 77389

United States of America

 

 

From: Chhabra, Komal /CS
Sent: Wednesday, February 21, 2018 4:44 PM
To: '[hidden email]' <[hidden email]>
Subject: gobject-introspection Version 1 || GNOME

 

Hi Team,

 

This is Komal Chhabra, a Team Lead from centralized license management team of ExxonMobil known as Software Asset Management[previously known as ITAM. The Software Asset Management group at ExxonMobil exists in large part to steward software license compliance

 

We are contacting you to get few details for product gobject-introspection Version 1 :

 

1.       Under which agreement it falls under: MIT , GPL or LPGL ?

2.       Could you please provide us the ECCN number for this software

 

              If you do not have your software classified with an ECCN, please kindly answer the following questions so that we may self-assess if there may be any prohibition or restriction for export or re-export of this product.

 

             1, Does the Software perform any encryption or utilize any encryption processes?  Y/N

             2. If the answer is YES to question 1, please indicate if the encryption is coded into the application or separately called (such as using SSL)

             3. If the answer is YES to question 1, please indicate what function(s) the cryptography/encryption serves

 

            A, Copyright protection purposes (Includes using a license key/code)

            B, User authentication purposes

           C, A core part of the functionality such as to encrypt databases

           D, To encrypt communications between the software and a host system.

 

         Background information:

         An Export Control Classification Number (ECCN) is a specific alpha-numeric code that identifies the level of export control for items e.g. software that are exported from member states of the Wassenaar Arrangement, including the United States. After obtaining the ECCN, the exporter must determine  whether an export license is required

 

Waiting for your kind acknowledgment.

 

Regards,

 

Komal Chhabra

New Products & Complex Team

EMIT | IT OPS | Customer Infrastructure | WDS | SAM

 

HCL Technologies Ltd.

(CIN: L74140DL1991PLC046369)

10th Floor, ODC-IV, Software Tower 6, Sector 126

Noida SEZ, Uttar Pradesh – 201301, India

Email : [hidden email]

 

for

 

ExxonMobil Global Services Company

22777 Springwoods Village Parkway

Spring, TX 77389

United States of America

 


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Re: gobject-introspection Version 1 || GNOME

philip.chimento
Hi,

As is the standard in open-source software, you can find the license information in the COPYING file in the root directory of the source distribution or Git repository: https://gitlab.gnome.org/GNOME/gobject-introspection/blob/master/COPYING

We do not have an ECCN number. Although I don't believe that gobject-introspection uses encryption directly, it can be used to load encryption libraries in client code, and there are no restrictions on the purpose it could be used for.

I make no guarantees as to the accuracy of this information. We unfortunately cannot provide any legally binding details, other than what you can find yourself by inspecting the source code. Since many of our contributors are individuals, not connected with any company, we cannot do anything that might expose them to legal liability.

Best regards,
Philip C

On Wed, Mar 7, 2018 at 2:27 AM Chhabra, Komal /CS <[hidden email]> wrote:

Hi Team,

 

This is Komal Chhabra, a Team Lead from centralized license management team of ExxonMobil known as Software Asset Management[previously known as ITAM. The Software Asset Management group at ExxonMobil exists in large part to steward software license compliance

 

We are contacting you to get ECCN details for product gobject-introspection Version 1 :

 

Could you please provide us the ECCN number for this software

 

              If you do not have your software classified with an ECCN, please kindly answer the following questions so that we may self-assess if there may be any prohibition or restriction for export or re-export of this product.

 

             1, Does the Software perform any encryption or utilize any encryption processes?  Y/N

             2. If the answer is YES to question 1, please indicate if the encryption is coded into the application or separately called (such as using SSL)

             3. If the answer is YES to question 1, please indicate what function(s) the cryptography/encryption serves

 

            A, Copyright protection purposes (Includes using a license key/code)

            B, User authentication purposes

           C, A core part of the functionality such as to encrypt databases

           D, To encrypt communications between the software and a host system.

 

         Background information:

         An Export Control Classification Number (ECCN) is a specific alpha-numeric code that identifies the level of export control for items e.g. software that are exported from member states of the Wassenaar Arrangement, including the United States. After obtaining the ECCN, the exporter must determine  whether an export license is required

 

Waiting for your kind acknowledgment.

 

Regards,

 

Komal Chhabra

New Products & Complex Team

EMIT | IT OPS | Customer Infrastructure | WDS | SAM

 

HCL Technologies Ltd.

(CIN: L74140DL1991PLC046369)

10th Floor, ODC-IV, Software Tower 6, Sector 126

Noida SEZ, Uttar Pradesh – 201301, India

Email : [hidden email]

 

for

 

ExxonMobil Global Services Company

22777 Springwoods Village Parkway

Spring, TX 77389

United States of America

 

 

From: Chhabra, Komal /CS
Sent: Friday, February 23, 2018 2:46 PM
To: '[hidden email]' <[hidden email]>
Subject: RE: gobject-introspection Version 1 || GNOME
Importance: High

 

Hi Team,

 

This is Komal Chhabra, a Team Lead from centralized license management team of ExxonMobil known as Software Asset Management[previously known as ITAM. The Software Asset Management group at ExxonMobil exists in large part to steward software license compliance

 

We are contacting you to get few details for product gobject-introspection Version 1 :

 

1.       Under which agreement it falls under: MIT , GPL or LPGL ?

2.       Could you please provide us the ECCN number for this software

 

              If you do not have your software classified with an ECCN, please kindly answer the following questions so that we may self-assess if there may be any prohibition or restriction for export or re-export of this product.

 

             1, Does the Software perform any encryption or utilize any encryption processes?  Y/N

             2. If the answer is YES to question 1, please indicate if the encryption is coded into the application or separately called (such as using SSL)

             3. If the answer is YES to question 1, please indicate what function(s) the cryptography/encryption serves

 

            A, Copyright protection purposes (Includes using a license key/code)

            B, User authentication purposes

           C, A core part of the functionality such as to encrypt databases

           D, To encrypt communications between the software and a host system.

 

         Background information:

         An Export Control Classification Number (ECCN) is a specific alpha-numeric code that identifies the level of export control for items e.g. software that are exported from member states of the Wassenaar Arrangement, including the United States. After obtaining the ECCN, the exporter must determine  whether an export license is required

 

Waiting for your kind acknowledgment.

 

Regards,

 

Komal Chhabra

New Products & Complex Team

EMIT | IT OPS | Customer Infrastructure | WDS | SAM

 

HCL Technologies Ltd.

(CIN: L74140DL1991PLC046369)

10th Floor, ODC-IV, Software Tower 6, Sector 126

Noida SEZ, Uttar Pradesh – 201301, India

Email : [hidden email]

 

for

 

ExxonMobil Global Services Company

22777 Springwoods Village Parkway

Spring, TX 77389

United States of America

 

 

From: Chhabra, Komal /CS
Sent: Wednesday, February 21, 2018 4:44 PM
To: '[hidden email]' <[hidden email]>
Subject: gobject-introspection Version 1 || GNOME

 

Hi Team,

 

This is Komal Chhabra, a Team Lead from centralized license management team of ExxonMobil known as Software Asset Management[previously known as ITAM. The Software Asset Management group at ExxonMobil exists in large part to steward software license compliance

 

We are contacting you to get few details for product gobject-introspection Version 1 :

 

1.       Under which agreement it falls under: MIT , GPL or LPGL ?

2.       Could you please provide us the ECCN number for this software

 

              If you do not have your software classified with an ECCN, please kindly answer the following questions so that we may self-assess if there may be any prohibition or restriction for export or re-export of this product.

 

             1, Does the Software perform any encryption or utilize any encryption processes?  Y/N

             2. If the answer is YES to question 1, please indicate if the encryption is coded into the application or separately called (such as using SSL)

             3. If the answer is YES to question 1, please indicate what function(s) the cryptography/encryption serves

 

            A, Copyright protection purposes (Includes using a license key/code)

            B, User authentication purposes

           C, A core part of the functionality such as to encrypt databases

           D, To encrypt communications between the software and a host system.

 

         Background information:

         An Export Control Classification Number (ECCN) is a specific alpha-numeric code that identifies the level of export control for items e.g. software that are exported from member states of the Wassenaar Arrangement, including the United States. After obtaining the ECCN, the exporter must determine  whether an export license is required

 

Waiting for your kind acknowledgment.

 

Regards,

 

Komal Chhabra

New Products & Complex Team

EMIT | IT OPS | Customer Infrastructure | WDS | SAM

 

HCL Technologies Ltd.

(CIN: L74140DL1991PLC046369)

10th Floor, ODC-IV, Software Tower 6, Sector 126

Noida SEZ, Uttar Pradesh – 201301, India

Email : [hidden email]

 

for

 

ExxonMobil Global Services Company

22777 Springwoods Village Parkway

Spring, TX 77389

United States of America

 

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