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EXHIBIT 10.16


CONFIDENTIALITY/INTELLECTUAL PROPERTY RESTRICTIONS AND
NON-COMPETE


I. CONFIDENTIALITY/INTELLECTUAL PROPERTY RESTRICTIONS


1. During Employee's employment and at all times thereafter, Employee
agrees to keep in the strictest confidence, agrees to refrain from
disclosing or divulging to any person, firm or corporation, and agrees to
refrain from using directly or indirectly, for his or her benefit or for
the benefit of others, any information which is or ought to be treated as
Confidential Information. Employee agrees that, except as directed by the
Company, the Employee will not at any time, whether during or after his or
her employment with the Company, disclose to any person any Confidential
Information, or permit any person to examine and/or make copies of any
documents or other tangible items which contain or are derived from
Confidential Information, whether prepared by the Employee or otherwise
coming into the Employee's possession or control. Said documents may be in
either human or computer readable form, including, but not limited to
software, source code, hex code, or an other form. Employee further
acknowledges and agrees that a document or other tangible item need not be
expressly marked or designated as "Confidential" in order for it to be
considered Confidential Information and the Employee agrees to use his or
her best judgment in this regard and to proceed on the assumption that all
information to which he or she is exposed by virtue of his or her
employment, whether directly from the Company or not, is to be considered
Confidential Information of the Company. Notwithstanding the provisions
contained herein, Employee may disclose Confidential Information: (a) in
the course of carrying out his or her duties as an employee, provided that
such disclosures are made in accordance with Company policy as currently in
effect at the time of the disclosure; or (b) when required to do so by a
court of law, by any governmental agency having supervisory authority over
the business of the Company or by any administrative or legislative body
(including a committee thereof) with apparent jurisdiction to order
Employee to divulge, disclose or make accessible such information. If any
such body described herein requests the Employee to reveal or make
accessible much information, the Employee must promptly provide Concord
Camera Corp.'s Chief Executive Officer with written notice of the request
so that the Company may exhaust its rights before any court or
administrative tribunal to prohibit disclosure.


2. As used herein, the term "Confidential Information" includes, but is not
limited to, all information relating to: (A) the Company's business affairs
and operations (unless otherwise available as public information due to no
fault of Employee), including but not limited to, (i) vendors, suppliers
and customers of the Company (including mailing lists, credit card or
charge card numbers, price and mark-up determinations, sales or sales
trends, and costs of products or services paid by the Company),(ii) Company
budgets, business plans and marketing plans, and (iii) any proprietary
products or processes or any other confidential or non-public information
or material concerning the copyrights, trademarks, trade names, service
marks, inventions, patents, products, suppliers or customers of the
Company; and (B) all confidential information relating to any third party
with whom the Company is under an obligation of confidentiality.


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3. In connection with the Employee's obligations: (a) the Employee shall
keep all papers and other tangible items relating to the Company and its
products and processes and the Employee's responsibilities and duties
herein at the principal place of business of the Company or at such other
place as may be designated by the Company from time to time, and (b) upon
the termination of his or her employment, Employee will deliver to the
Company all documents, papers, records, files, recordings, digital and
electronic stored information, computer or word processing software and
other material containing Confidential Information, and will retain no
copy, duplicate, summary or description thereof.


4. All copyrights, trademarks, trade names, service marks, inventions,
processes and intangible or intellectual property rights that may be
invented, conceiv
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