j. Opt-out. You can opt out of this arbitration agreement. If you do, neither you nor Snap can force the other to communicate. To opt out, you must notify Snap in writing no later than 30 days after the first conclusion of this arbitration agreement. Your message should contain your name and address, your Snapchat username and the email address you used to set up your Snapchat account (if you have one), and make it clear that you want to disable this arbitration agreement. You must either send your opt-out notice to this address: Snap, ATTN: Arbitration Opt-out, 3000 31 st. Suite C, Santa Monica, CA 90405, or email the exemption note to email@example.com. Given the breadth of our services, we sometimes have to create additional general conditions for certain services. These additional terms and conditions, which are available with the corresponding services, will then be part of your agreement with us if you use these services. If some of these additional conditions conflict with these conditions, the additional terms and conditions apply. Snapchat, Inc.Attn: Copyright Agent63 Market StreetVenice, CA 90291email: firstname.lastname@example.org g. This agreement is designed as a comprehensive agreement between the parties and replaces all previous agreements (written or oral) relating to your use of Snap Camera.
2. For tenders or price agreements that are calculated over a period of more than 4 months from the conclusion of the contract, we are allowed to adjust prices according to the production costs in effect at the time. We will notify the customer immediately as soon as this price increase is equal to or greater than 3.0%. Production costs should be considered energy costs, raw materials and public levies that are not personnel-related costs. B. Snap welcomes comments, questions, concerns or suggestions. Please send us comments by visiting support.snapchat.com. By providing feedback, suggestions, questions, comments, concerns, ideas, data or other information or other material (together “Feedback”), you accept that feedback is the exclusive property of Snap, Snap can use feedback without compensating you, and Snap holds all intellectual property rights to that feedback. You waive all rights you may have over feedback. This agreement is a binding legal agreement between you (“you” or “you”) and Snap Group Limited (“Snap”). By downloading, installing, accessing or using Snap Camera or by clicking the appropriate button to download or install Snap Camera, agree: (a) accept Snap Camera delivery; and (b) to acknowledge and accept that you have read, understood and accepted this agreement and that you are bound to it.
In January 2014, the company rejected takeover offers, including mark Zuckerberg`s overtures to buy Snapchat and its assets, with Spiegel commenting that “trading a certain short-term profit is not very attractive.”  In May 2014, the company acquired the software company AddLive and, after the leak, entered into an agreement with the Federal Trade Commission (FTC), in which it refers to misinterpretations in the storage of user data and the fact that the “snaps” are independent