coGuide Terms Update Summary – August 2022
At coGuide, we care deeply about the trust our users and customers place in us. A big part of maintaining that trust is making sure we have comprehensive terms and conditions that are transparent, easy to understand, accurate, and meet certain legal requirements. To achieve these goals, we periodically make updates to our terms and policies. For example, we may introduce new terms to address new features and functionality or we may modify terms to comply with changes in global laws.
We hope you will find this FAQ helpful. As always we encourage you to review our terms and conditions to better understand your rights and obligations as a user or customer.
Terms and Policies that have been updated:
We do not sell your personal information.
Our business model is based on empowering customers to build the tools they need for their work – not selling your personal information. We have added and revised language in our terms and policies to be even more clear that we do not sell your personal information and we also do not share your personal information with third parties for them to market or advertise their products to you.
We have updated our terms regarding use of our Gallery and third party platforms to be more clear about your and our rights, obligations, and responsibilities. For example, we have included additional information about the differences between using CoGuide created templates through our Gallery and templates created or made available by third parties through third party platforms.
CoGuide is introducing functionality to help organizations that use coGuide better manage workspaces created and maintained by their employees. This functionality will, among other things, permit organizations that meet certain requirements to claim control of certain workspaces that have been created by users with an email address provisioned by that organization. For more information about domain management features click here.
New UK Standard Contractual Clauses
The United Kingdom has released new Standard Contractual Clauses (SCC) to permit lawful transfer of personal data from a data controller in the UK to a data processor in third countries. We have updated our Data Processing Addendum (DPA) to include the UK SCC Addendum. This new DPA automatically applies unless you have entered into a separate Data Processing Agreement with us. You may also request to sign a copy of our DPA by contacting privacy@makecoGuide.com.
The Office of Foreign Assets Control (“OFAC”) of the US Department of the Treasury administers and enforces economic and trade sanctions. Individuals and entities that appear on the U.S. Specially Designated Nationals and Blocked Persons (“SDN”) List and individuals and entities located in restricted jurisdictions are prohibited from accessing or using the Services. We have updated our applicable terms to, among other things, add the Donetsk People’s Republic and Luhansk People’s Republic regions of Ukraine as sanctioned jurisdictions.