This Privacy Statement describes how Datajoin, Inc. and our affiliated entities process, use, process, and share your personally identifiable information. This Statement describes your choices regarding any applicable rights of access, deletion, and correction of your personal information. Where we refer to “information” in this Privacy Statement, it means any information that relates to an identifiable person. This Privacy Statement applies to the Datajoin Micro Integration service.
This Privacy Statement does not apply to information processed by third parties, like third-party websites, social media platforms or accounts, third-party service providers, or other third-party services or applications that integrate with our Services. This Privacy Statement also does not apply to any information that is not personally identifiable, like aggregated or anonymous information.
We may update this Privacy Statement from time to time and provide notice to you as described below in the section titled “Notice of Changes.”
Our Services are not directed at children under the age of 16, and we do not knowingly process information from individuals under the age of 16. If you are under the age of 16, you may not use the Services or provide your information to us through the Site or otherwise.
If you are a citizen of Switzerland, the United Kingdom, or a country in the European Economic Area, we describe additional rights you may have in the European Privacy Rights statement. If you are a California resident, we describe additional rights you may have in the California Privacy Rights statement. Lawful Basis for Processing
Many jurisdictions require that we disclose to you the lawful basis for our processing of your information. We do that through this Privacy Statement. In general, our lawful basis for processing your information is based on your specific consent or your contract with us.
By accessing or using any of the Services or by otherwise interacting with us online, you consent to our processing of your information as described in this Privacy Statement. If our processing of your information is based on your consent, you may withdraw your consent at any time, and we will cease processing your information. However, in some cases, this may result in your inability to receive partial or full access to the Services, and your withdrawal of consent does not limit our ability to use aggregated, anonymized, or de-identified information for use in connection with our legitimate business efforts in the future. In addition, your withdrawal of consent may not prevent us from processing information if we have processed such information pursuant to a different lawful basis or to preserve legal claims. For example, if you give your consent for us to process your information, but we are also required by law to process your information, that separate “lawful basis” will still apply, even if you withdraw your cosnent.
When you enter into an agreement with us, either by registering for and accessing the Services, by executing an agreement in hard copy, or by clicking “I Accept” or similar language online, we will process your information for the purposes of fulfilling the terms of our contract with you. In that case, our processing of your information is based on the contract, so your withdrawal of consent will only be effective after the purposes for processing that information have been fulfilled and after we no longer have a legal obligation to process that information.
In all cases, we will comply with applicable law and we will cease processing your information after the legal right, obligation, or other lawful basis expires. Personal Information We Process
We process or receive information in the ways we describe in this section.
Categories of Information We Process
Information You Provide Us
When You Create an Account
Content or Information You Provide in the Services
Payment Processing Information
Technical, Device, and Connection Information
Cookies and Other Tracking Technology
Other Information Sources
Information You Provide Us: When you sign up to create an account in the Service, download content from the Site, fill out a form or survey or respond to communications, you provide us with information like your name, email address, address, company, phone number or other information. When you register for a community or a partner program, we process account registration information like your name, email address, address, company, phone number, or other information. You may provide comments, communications, feedback, ratings, or other information when you use the Services or any of our communities or partner programs.
When You Create an Account: When you create an account, you provide us with your account registration and profile information (name, email address, company, and similar information). We automatically track certain information about your use of the Services, partner programs, or communities. We process information about you when you login and how you interact with the Services, the features you use, clicks, log information about your use of the Services, and how you interact with other users. We describe the information we process through the Services in more detail in Datajoin Services statement.
Content or Information You Provide in the Services: The Services allow you to create connections or integrations between the third-party applications you use. When you use the Services, information or content is transferred from one application to another application. We process the mapping information that is transferred between the third-party applications. For example, if a user sets up a Micro Integration that connects Google Analytics and Marketo, we process the anonymous identifiers from both systems (Google Client ID and Muchkin ID). Information or content we receive from your organization is subject to your organization’s privacy policies. When you integrate our Services with a third-party application, the information we receive depends on the settings, permissions, and privacy Statement controlled by that third-party application.
Payment Processing Information: When you create a paid account within the Services or otherwise initiate a transaction with us, we will use a third-party payment processor to process the payment. We do not process your credit card number, expiration date, or pin number. The transaction details we retain are those details that allow us to verify that you paid for the Services or transaction, including price, currency, date of payment, payment method, name, and account name. We will combine that information with your account information. How We Use Personal Information We Process
We use the information we process for the following purposes:
to provide and support the Services,
to improve the Services,
to provide, support, and improve the Site, our partner programs, or communities,
to process your requests,
to process your payments or transactions,
to provide you with information about our products and services,
to combine information about you with other information we receive from third parties,
to tailor the content or information that we provide to you,
to protect the integrity or security of our business, the Site, Services, or third-party applications, or we may also use your information to: carry out our obligations, enforce our rights, comply with any legal obligation (including assisting our customer to comply with their legal obligations), where it is necessary for our legitimate interests, or to fulfill any other purpose for which you provided the information. How We Share Personal Information
We may share information when one of the following circumstances applies:
With your Consent: We may share your information with companies, organizations, and other third parties with your consent or to fulfill the purpose for which you provided the information.
With our Partners: We may share information with our partners (including resellers, referral, integration partners, experts in our community, or developer platform partners) for the purposes of the partnership agreement or to enable our partner programs.
To Provide the Services, Partner Programs, or Communities: We may share your information with your teammates, account administrators, billing, or technical account users. We will also share your information with third-party applications (at your direction or the direction of an account owner) when an account holder uses the Services. To deliver the Site, Services, partner programs, or communities, we may share your information with our service providers. If you participate in our partner programs or communities, we may share your information with other partners, community members, customers, or other users (like when you comment or share information, rate an expert, or express interest in a partner integration).
For Business Purposes: We provide information to vendors and services providers to help us provide the Site, Services, partner programs and communities, and for our business purposes. Examples of our service providers include hosting or infrastructure providers, chat widgets, helpdesk ticket providers, website hosts, customer relationship management providers, email providers, collaboration tools, and other service providers.
To Market our Services or Partner Programs: We may share information that you provide us with third-party service providers who help us market our Services or our partner programs. These service providers may provide virtual or live events, email marketing tools, sales engagement, or lead generation tools.
For Corporate Transactions: We may share personal data with actual or prospective acquirers, their representatives, and other relevant participants in, or during negotiations of, any sale, merger, acquisition, restructuring, divestiture, or change in control involving all or a portion of our business or assets, including in connection with a bankruptcy or similar proceedings. If we undergo a sale or corporate restructure, we may disclose information to a buyer or other successor in interest.
For Legal Reasons: We may share your information if we believe that it is necessary to comply with any court order, law, legal obligation, or legal process, including to respond to any government or regulatory request. We may share your information if we believe that it is necessary to enforce our rights (including, without limitation, our rights under the Terms of Service), or the rights of our customers, or users. We may share your information if we believe that it is necessary or appropriate to protect our rights or safety or the rights or safety of our customers, other users, partners, or service providers. Data Security
Datajoin takes reasonable steps to protect your personal information from loss, misuse, and unauthorized access, disclosure, alteration, or destruction, taking into account the risks involved in the processing and the nature of the personal data. However, no application, Internet, or email transmission is ever fully secure or error-free, and we do not guarantee the security of any personal information. You are also responsible for ensuring that your account and the passwords we provide you are protected. Data Storage and International Data Transfers
We comply with data protection laws to the extent such laws apply to us.
"Do Not Track" Options
Your web browser(s) may offer a "Do Not Track" option, which allows the individual to signal to operators of websites and web applications and services (including behavioral advertising services) that he or she does not wish such operators to track certain of his or her online activities over time and across different websites. We do our best to support Do Not Track requests but cannot guarantee full support based on the variety of internet browsers and technologies which means that we may process information about your online activity both while you are using the Services and after your use of the Services. Dispute Resolution
You may direct any questions or complaints about this Privacy Statement to us by contacting us through the channels indicated in the Contacting Datajoin section below. Residents of the EEA and Switzerland may file a complaint with a data protection authority. The data protection authority will require you first attempt to resolve any complaint with us; please see Contacting Datajoin below to file a complaint with Datajoin.
Any disputes arising out of or related to this Privacy Statement will be handled in accordance with the dispute resolution process indicated in your contract with Datajoin that refers to this Privacy Statement, if applicable. In the case of our customers or their users, that means our Terms of Service . Notice of Changes
The Services, the Site, and our business may change from time to time. As a result, we may make changes to this Privacy Statement. We reserve the right to update or modify this Privacy Statement at any time and from time to time. If we make changes to this Privacy Statement, we will post the changes on this page and will indicate at the top of this page and the date these terms were last revised. If we make material changes, we will notify you through the Services user interface, as a pop up on the Site, in an email notification, or through other reasonable means. Your continued use of the Site or Services after the date any such notice constitutes your acceptance of the modifications. Contacting Datajoin
If you have any questions or comments about this notice, how we process and use your information, your choices or rights regarding such use, or wish to exercise your rights, please do not hesitate to contact us at:
Phone: (801) 420-0841