Tag: Privacy

Our Privacy Policy, Your Privacy Rights

Under California law, we are required to provide the following information. We may have collected the following personal data in the last 12 months:

Category of Personal Data: Identifiers, which may include name, alias, postal address, unique personal identifier, online identifier, Internet Protocol address, email address, account name, driver’s license number, or other similar identifiers.

Source(s): From you directly
                    Automated means (may be using third party service providers)
                    From data aggregators

Purpose(s): To provide information, programs, products and/or services
                      Targeted advertising
                      To identify potential members
                      To process employment applications

Disclosure to third parties: 
                     Sold to: advertising networks
                     Shared for a business purpose with: internet service providers and other third party service providers

Category of Personal Data: Personal information categories listed in the California Customer Records statute (Cal. Civ. Code § 1798.80(e)), which may include name, signature, Social Security number, physical characteristics or description, address, telephone number, passport number, driver’s

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Privacy Policy | Legal | Slack

Effective: January 1, 2020

This Privacy Policy describes how Slack collects, uses and discloses information, and what choices you have with respect to the information.

When we refer to “Slack”, we mean the Slack entity that acts as the controller or processor of your information, as explained in more detail in the “Identifying the Data Controller and Processor” section below.

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Applicability Of This Privacy Policy

This Privacy Policy applies to Slack’s online workplace productivity tools and platform, including the associated Slack mobile and desktop applications (collectively, the “Services”), Slack.com and other Slack websites (collectively, the “Websites”) and other interactions (e.g., customer service inquiries, user conferences, etc.) you may have with Slack. If you do not agree with the terms, do not access or use the Services, Websites or any other aspect of Slack’s business.

This Privacy Policy does not apply to

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Privacy Statement | Accenture

This privacy statement is effective as of February 27, 2020. Please note that this privacy statement will regularly be updated to reflect any changes in the way we handle your personal data or any changes in applicable laws.

If you are a California resident, please see our specific privacy statement for California residents below.

If you are a California resident, you have specific privacy rights under the California Consumer Privacy Act (“CCPA”). You can opt-out here from any selling of your personal information.

In case you have special accessibility needs to access the content of this statement, we recommend that you or someone on your behalf, consults our Accessibility Statement and recommendations.

This page and its sub-pages tell you everything you need to know about how Accenture PLC and/or its affiliates, subsidiaries and newly acquired companies (“Accenture”; “we”) protect the personal data we process and control relating to you (“your

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Privacy Policy – United States

Welcome to Stripe!

Stripe, Inc. and its affiliates (collectively “Stripe”, “we” and “us”) respect your privacy. We offer services that enable platforms and merchants to run businesses, and to safely conduct online payment transactions.

This Global Privacy Policy describes the types of Personal Data we collect through our payments products and services (“Services”) and via our online presence, which include our main website at stripe.com, as well as services and websites that we enable Internet users to access, such as Stripe Checkout and the Stripe Shop (collectively, our “Sites”). This policy also describes how we use Personal Data, with whom we share it, your rights and choices, and how you can contact us about our privacy practices. This policy does not apply to third-party websites, products, or services, even if they link to our Services or Sites, and you should consider the privacy practices of those third-parties carefully.

This Privacy

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Privacy Choices for Your Personal Financial Information

Many companies you do business with are required to give you privacy notices that explain their information-sharing practices. In turn, you have the right to limit some — but not all — sharing of your information. The law balances your right to privacy with a company’s need to provide information for normal business purposes.

Privacy Notices 101

Privacy notices explain what personal financial information a company collects; whether the company intends to share your personal financial information with other companies; what you can do to limit some of that sharing; and how the company protects your personal financial information.

Companies involved in financial activities that must send their customers privacy notices include:

  • banks, savings and loans, and credit unions
  • insurance companies
  • securities and commodities brokerage firms
  • retailers that issue their own credit cards (like department stores or gas stations)
  • mortgage brokers; automobile dealerships that extend or arrange financing or leasing
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