Note that the example of the NDA clause also defines the transaction or relationship to which the NDA relates: copyright – The legal right to exclude others, for a limited time, from copying, selling, performing, displaying or creating derivative versions of a work of authorship such as writing, music or a work of art. If it turns out that [the recipient] has disclosed confidential information in violation of this Agreement (or threatened to disclose), [owner] is legally entitled to prevent [recipients] from disclosing all or part of the confidential information. [OWNER] is not precluded by this provision from pursuing other remedies, including a right to loss and damage. No no. Either party may, at its discretion: (a) reject any proposal by the other party or its representatives regarding the transaction; (b) terminate, at any time and without reason, talks and negotiations with the other party or its representatives; and (c) change at any time the procedures relating to the consideration of the transaction to the other party without notice. The NDA should explicitly state how long it will remain in force. . . .