(b) without the prior written consent of the Board, any Centre Confidential Information or any part of it; or
(c) any Background Confidential Information of another Party or any part of it, to any other legal entity.
(b) is received by a Party from a third party without any obligation to hold in confidence and which has not been obtained by that third party directly or indirectly from either Party;
(c) is independently developed by an employee or officer engaged by the Party owing the obligation of confidentiality whilst having no knowledge of the other Party's Confidential Information; or
(d) the Party claiming confidentiality has identified in writing as being released from the obligation of confidentiality;
26.4 Confidential Information shall not be deemed to be in the public domain merely because it is embraced by a general disclosure in the public domain.
26.5 The onus of showing that any of the above exceptions apply will rest upon the receiving Party.
26.6 Each Party shall ensure that:
(b) its employees to whom Confidential Information is disclosed under clause 26.6(a) and aware of and comply with the obligations of confidentiality as though parties to this Agreement; and
(c) any of the abovementioned employees who cease to be employed by the Party shall continue to be bound by such obligations of confidentiality.