This excerpt taken from the GPS 10-Q filed Jun 9, 2009.
29.9 Disabling Devices
Supplier represents, warrants and agrees that it shall not knowingly cause any unplanned interruption of the operations of, or accessibility to the Gap IT Environment through any device, method or means including, the use of any virus, lockup, time bomb, key lock device program, or disabling code, for which a purpose is to: (1) cause any unplanned interruption of the operations of (other than devices that are necessary to safeguard the device or the Gap IT Environment) or prevent the accessibility of the Gap IT Environment to Gap or any Authorized User, (2) alter, destroy, or inhibit the use of the Gap IT Environment, or (3) block access to, or prevent the use/accessibility of, the Gap IT Environment by Gap or Authorized Users (collectively referred to for purposes of this Section as Disabling Device(s)). Supplier agrees that it has not, and will not, place any Disabling Device in the Gap IT Environment (other than licensing limitation controls (e.g., keys) that are incorporated into commercially available Software), nor shall it invoke any Disabling Devices contained on the Gap IT Environment at any time (including upon expiration or termination of this Agreement for any reason). In the event of a breach of this Section (Disabling Devices) by Supplier, Supplier shall remove the Disabling Device and restore such data or information to the most recently available electronic back-up copy and supporting transaction logs at no cost to Gap.