2. TRUSTe’s Privacy Seal
3. Controller of Personal Data and use of sub-contractors
3.1 The storage and processing of Personal Data by Cloudfinder may be subject to mandatory legislation, such as the legislation based on EU Directive 95/46/EC which aims to prevent the violation of personal integrity in the processing of personal data (collectively, the “Personal Data Act”). For this purpose, the Customer will always be considered as the controller of Personal Data of its Users even if the processing is carried out by Cloudfinder or any of its sub-contractors as part of the Services. Cloudfinder and any of its sub-contractors engaged for the storage and other processing are in such cases considered as the Customer’s data processors (personal data assistants) and it is the Customer’s sole responsibility to ensure that the processing of Personal Data of its Users is in compliance with the Personal Data Act and other
applicable legislation. A User should therefore contact the relevant Customer (usually being its employer) for questions with respect to the processing of its Personal Data. Nevertheless, a User’s Personal Data is not handled by Cloudfinder in any different way than describe below.
4. Personal Data and its use
5. Back-up Data and its use
permission to do so (such as for the purpose of gathering general information as set out in section 4.5(h) above). Cloudfinder will not otherwise view, access or use the contents of the Backed-up Data without the Customer’s written consent, but may view the related file system information (e.g., file and/or folder names, file extensions and sizes but not the file contents) to provide incremental backups and file comparisons, quality control, and technical support.
6. Anonymous Data and its use
7. Data collected and processed through the Services
8. Disclosure of information
10. Third party sites
11. Single Sign On
11.1 A User can log in to the Site using sign-in services such as Twitter Authentication. These services will authenticate the User’s identity and provide the User the option to share certain Personal Data with Cloudfinder such as name and email address to pre-populate Cloudfinder’s sign up form. Services like Twitter Authentication provide a User with the option to post information about its activities on this Site to its profile page to share with others within its network.
12.1 The Site is not directed to children and children are not eligible to use the Services. Protecting the privacy of children is very important to Cloudfinder. Cloudfinder does not collect or maintain Personal Data from people Cloudfinder actually know are under 15 years old, and no part of the Site or Services is designed to attract people under 15 years old. If Cloudfinder later obtain actual knowledge that a User is under 15 years old, Cloudfinder will take steps to remove that User’s Personal Data from its databases.
14. Correcting and updating information
15. Notification of changes
16. Contact information
Cloudfinder Sweden AB Address: Minc
Anckargripsgatan 3 211 19 MalmoÌˆ Sweden
Phone: +46 702 71 16 60