As of December 24, 2020
1. Definition of Policy
2.1 You may not access the Service without providing some portion of required personal information to us. If you request receipt of certain notifications and updates, we will collect personally identifiable information, which you voluntarily give us. Said information may include your name, telephone number, email address, postal address, and any other information which would allow someone to personally identify you. Certain non-personally identifiable information, or non-PII, may also be collected when you use the Service, including the type of the Internet browser and operating system you use, region, other navigational clickstream data, etc.
2.3 Pursuant to the Service use, certain personal data and sensitive data can be collected by you with help of specific technical equipment for without limitation remote monitoring and control (“IoT Devices”). You represent and warrant that you have a legal right for such collection and Users agree upon said data collection.
3. Purpose and Use
3.1 ThingsBoard, Inc. uses the personally identifiable information to provide you with public information regarding us and our services; to share news, updates and reports in response to your inquiries; for gaining an understanding of your needs; for performing statistical analysis or analyses of global Service usage; for security and legal compliance; for notifying you of any changes to this Service or our remain services; for billing; and for other services. We also reserve the right to make full use of information that is not personally identifiable information.
4.2 It may happen, the disclosure of your personally identifiable information would be necessary in response to a subpoena, court order, or a request for cooperation from law enforcement or other governmental agency globally, in accordance with applicable law. Your personal data may also be shared when we believe disclosure is necessary in connection with efforts to investigate, prevent, or take other action regarding actual or suspected illegal activity or other wrongdoing, to protect and defend the rights, property or safety of the Service, ThingsBoard, Inc., our users, or others.
5. Third Parties
6. No tracking
6.1 Nowadays some browsers provide the “Do Not Track” feature in a proprietary way. There is no common understanding of how to interpret Do Not Track requests. The Service does not currently respond to Do Not Track signals.
7. Unsubscribe request