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Export compliance

Export compliance checks for partners

Red Hat Marketplace does the following export compliance checks for partners:

  • All new companies and all new users are checked against the US Government Denied Parties List.
  • When you create a new product, Red Hat Marketplace verifies that the Export Classification Code (ECCN) allows open worldwide distribution (except embargoed countries).

If you provide an ECCN that does not allow open worldwide distribution, Red Hat Marketplace will consult with you and the IBM Export Regulation Office for guidance.

Export compliance checks for users

Red Hat Marketplace does the following export compliance checks for users:

  • All new users are checked against the US Government Denied Parties List.

Blocked transactions

Red Hat Marketplace blocks transactions in the following scenarios:

  • At purchase time or trial registration time, Red Hat Marketplace verifies the IP address of the user is not located in an embargoed country.
  • At deployment time Red Hat Marketplace verifies the IP address of the user and the IP address of the cluster is not located in an embargoed country.