https://www.veracode.com/legal-privacy/privacy-statement - 2023.10.30 21:46:43

  • Personal information may be shared with third parties, including business partners, for reselling, marketing, and other business purposes related to the user's interest in Veracode's products and services. šŸ’€
  • Veracode may disclose personal information to its business partners who agree to protect and use the information as specified by Veracode. šŸ’€
  • Personal information may be disclosed in connection with the establishment, exercise, or defense of legal claims, compliance with laws or lawful requests, fraud or security monitoring purposes, and as otherwise permitted by applicable law. šŸ’€
  • Personal information may be shared in connection with a sale or business transaction, such as a merger or acquisition. šŸ’€
  • Veracode uses organizational, technical, administrative, and physical measures to protect personal information. šŸ’€
  • Users have options to manage their receipt of marketing and non-transactional communications, including unsubscribing from Veracode marketing emails. šŸ’€
  • Veracode uses cookies and other online tracking technologies, which are further explained in their Cookie Policy. šŸ’€
  • Information disclosed in chat rooms, forums, blogs, message boards, and news groups may be made public. šŸ’€- The website may collect your IP address and track the web pages you visit. šŸ˜¬
  • Social media features on the website may collect your personal information and enable you to post information about your activities on your social media profile. šŸ˜Ø
  • The privacy practices and content of third-party websites linked on Veracode's website are not governed by this Privacy Statement. šŸ˜®
  • Veracode may modify or update the Privacy Statement without prior notice. šŸ˜•
  • Material changes to the Privacy Statement will be noted on the website and within Veracode's products, services, programs, and applications at least one month prior to the change taking effect. šŸ˜¬
  • Users can contact Veracode for inquiries about the Privacy Statement or privacy practices. šŸ˜
  • U.S. State consumer privacy laws may provide additional rights for residents, such as access, deletion, data portability, and opt-out options. šŸ˜- Users may be subject to profiling based on their personal information, which could potentially have legal or significant effects on them. šŸ’€
  • Residents of Nevada have a limited right to opt-out of certain personal information sales. šŸ’€
  • Users can exercise their rights under U.S. state laws by contacting the company through various channels such as phone, email, or completing a personal information request. šŸ’€
  • Users can designate an authorized agent or make a request on behalf of their child. šŸ’€
  • Personal information requests are facilitated by a third-party vendor who will treat the information as confidential. šŸ’€
  • The privacy notice provides additional information specifically for residents of California to comply with CCPA requirements. šŸ’€
  • The company and its platforms collect personal information that can be associated with a consumer, household, or device. šŸ’€
  • The collection of personal information does not include certain types of publicly available or excluded information. šŸ’€- The privacy policy allows the collection and maintenance of education records of students by educational institutions or parties acting on their behalf.
  • The privacy policy permits the inference of personal preferences, characteristics, psychological trends, behavior, attitudes, and abilities from the collected information.
  • Personal information is obtained directly from the users through forms, purchases, or indirectly by observing user actions on websites/platforms, social media platforms, data brokers/resellers, and on-site security monitoring.
  • Personal information can be used for various purposes, including fulfilling user requests, providing support, personalizing website experience, processing transactions, improving products and services, maintaining security, and responding to law enforcement requests.
  • The privacy policy also mentions the use of personal information for employment evaluation and in the event of a merger, sale, or transfer of the company.
  • šŸ’€ The collected personal information may be sold or disclosed to third parties.
  • šŸ’€ Personal information may be used for targeted offers and ads through various channels.
  • šŸ’€ Law enforcement requests can result in the disclosure of personal information.
  • šŸ’€ The privacy policy does not explicitly state limitations or user control over the use and sharing of personal information.- Personal information of website users/consumers may be transferred to a third party in the event of bankruptcy, liquidation, or similar proceedings. āš ļø
  • The company will not collect additional categories of personal information or use it for different purposes without notice. āš ļø
  • Personal information may be disclosed to third parties for business purposes under written contracts. āš ļø
  • The company may sell/share personal information with third parties, but users have the right to opt-out of these sales/shares. āš ļø
  • Personal information categories that may be shared/sold include identifiers, customer records, commercial information, internet activity, geolocation data, and employment-related information. āš ļø
  • The company does not sell/share personal information of California residents under the age of 16. āš ļø
  • The privacy policy does not explain what happens to personal information after it is shared/sold. āš ļø
  • The privacy policy does not specify the control users have over their personal information. āš ļø
  • The privacy policy does not provide details on how personal information is protected. āš ļø-
  • Veracode may retain personal information for six years after customers cease being customers šŸ‘€
  • Users can request deletion of personal information in certain circumstances šŸ”„
  • Personal information may be anonymized for research or statistical purposes without further notice to users šŸ‘€
  • California residents have specific rights regarding personal information under the CCPA šŸ”„
  • Users have the right to know and request disclosure of personal information collected and used by Veracode šŸ‘€
  • Users have the right to request the specific pieces of personal information collected about them šŸ‘€
  • Users have the right to request the deletion of their personal information, subject to certain exceptions šŸ›”ļø
  • Veracode may deny deletion requests if retaining the information is necessary for completing a transaction, providing requested goods or services, fulfilling warranties, or performing a contract with the user šŸ›”ļø* Veracode collects current and past employment information when you apply for a job, this includes sensitive identification data like your social security number and national insurance number, and financial information like credit reports and bank account numbers. šŸšØ
  • The company also collects sensitive data like ethnic origin, political opinions, religious beliefs, health data, and details about your sexual orientation if disclosed by you or discoverable in open-source media. šŸšØšŸšØ

  • Veracode retains your personal data for as long as it's necessary for the processing. This period isn't explicitly defined. šŸ¤”

  • The company claims to have adopted appropriate measures to secure your personal data, but there are no specific details provided about these security measures. šŸ˜

  • Veracode can lawfully process your data if it sees it as necessary for legitimate purposes. This potentially leaves room for a broad interpretation of "legitimate purposes". šŸ§- Your personal data might be transferred and processed in countries outside the EU/EEA, UK, and Switzerland, including the United States, which might not have comprehensive privacy laws. šŸ˜

  • By using their services, you consent to this transfer, storage, and processing of your personal data. šŸ˜
  • In case of any conflict between this privacy policy and the EU-US DPF or the Swiss-US DPF Principles, the principles will govern. šŸ˜®
  • Veracode is subject to investigation from US authorities like the Federal Trade Commission. šŸ˜®
  • You have the right to access your personal data held by Veracode in the United States and make corrections or deletions. šŸ˜‡
  • Veracode doesnā€™t clearly mention how your data will be shared with third parties. šŸ¤”- Personal Information is used for product/services delivery, communication, customer support, and marketing purposes. šŸ”„
  • Information can be linked or combined with data from third parties to improve and customize offerings, and for marketing purposes. šŸ”„
  • Personal Information stays with Veracode as long as necessary for fulfilling the stated purposes. ā³
  • Personal Information is shared with worldwide subsidiaries to manage customer relationships and improve products/services. šŸ”„
  • Personal Information is shared with third-party vendors/service providers for various functions including customer support, storage services, and marketing. šŸ”€
  • Selected partners might receive your information for marketing communications if you have agreed to receive them. šŸ”„
  • Veracode reserves the right to use Personal Information to fulfill other purposes not specifically stated but as per applicable laws. šŸ’¼

Please note:

  • šŸ”„ indicates the rule is a common practice, but users need to be aware of.
  • ā³ indicates user data may remain with the company for prolonged periods.
  • šŸ”€ means user data may be circulated which could potentially pose privacy threats.
  • šŸ’¼ signifies the company may use personal data for other lawful purposes besides those explicitly disclosed.