If you are a customer and would like to learn more about how Stripe users use services like Stripe to process your personal data in payment transactions, please contact Stripe users directly or review the Stripe User Privacy Policy. Stripe users are responsible for ensuring respect for customer privacy, including ensuring proper disclosure of data collection and use in connection with Stripe user services. Intuit is not responsible for the processing of data by other controllers, including our customers, and you should contact them directly to inquire about how they handle your personal information and exercise your privacy rights in relation to such processing.

When Intuit acts as a service provider, the privacy policy of the relevant data controller and our agreements with that company or entity will govern our treatment of that personal information. This Privacy Policy does not apply if Intuit processes personal information as a service provider (or equivalent role under data privacy laws, as a data controller) on behalf of a customer or an entity acting in its capacity. our professional tax software products. As a financial services and technology company, Intuit provides this Global Privacy Policy (which we will refer to as the “Privacy Policy”) to explain how we, Intuit Inc. and the Intuit group companies (collectively, “Intuit”, “we” and “we”) collect, use, share or otherwise process information when you interact with us and our offerings, services and experiences, or when the companies provide us with your information .

This policy describes the Personal Data we collect, how we use and share it, your rights and choices, and how you can contact us about our privacy practices. This information (and the Cookie Policy) discloses the categories and specific parts of the personal data collected about you, the categories of sources from which such personal data is collected, the business purposes for which the personal data is collected, and the categories of third parties with which the information is shared. We may provide you with disclosures and notices regarding the Privacy Policy or Personal Data collected by posting them on our website and, if you are a User, by contacting you through the Stripe control panel, the email address and/or physical address specified in your Striped account. Oracle encourages you to review the privacy policies of third party websites or services to understand how those third parties collect, use and share information.

By providing such links to third party websites or services or by allowing content to be shared, Oracle does not endorse, authorize or represent that it is affiliated with such third party, nor does it endorse any third party’s policies or practices regarding privacy or information security. .

Oracle offers several ways to opt out of being transferred or sold to third parties, and to object to our use of your personal information, as described in this Privacy Policy. Oracle will investigate and attempt to resolve complaints and disputes regarding the use and disclosure of personal information in accordance with this Privacy Policy and applicable law. The Department of Home Affairs uses personal information to help protect our customers and provide better services.

Any information collected by the Home Office through questionnaires or guestbooks may be disclosed, but will be handled in accordance with the requirements of the Privacy Act and Freedom of Information Act to ensure maximum protection of individual privacy. Microsoft provides privacy resources and controls to help you manage your data and how it is used. For business and enterprise customers, IT administrators, or anyone who uses Microsoft products at work, visit the Microsoft Trust Center to learn about privacy and security practices across Microsoft products and services.

To exercise your data protection rights, see also the Stripe Privacy Center. According to SlideShare’s privacy policy, SlideShare uses cookies, any user information you may provide, and other data. According to Livestream’s privacy policy, Livestream uses cookies, “pixel tags”, any user information you may provide, and other data.

AddThis uses this information for its own business purposes, including promoting it to other parties, as described in AddThis’s Privacy Policy. As stated above, this Privacy Policy applies to information obtained through the AddThis tool installed on the publisher’s website (“Publisher’s Site”).

The HIPAA Privacy Policy requires appropriate safeguards to protect the confidentiality of personal health information and sets out the limitations and conditions for the use and disclosure of such information without the consent of the patient. Data privacy focuses on the use and management of personal data, such as adopting policies to ensure that consumers’ personal information is collected, shared, and used appropriately. Invasion of privacy, a subset of the expectation of privacy, is a concept distinct from collection, aggregation, and dissemination of information, in that collection is the misuse of available data, while intrusion is an infringement on people’s right to keep personal secrets. Drawing on this and other historical precedents, Daniel J. Solov presented a different classification of acts that damage privacy, including gathering information that is already public to some extent, processing information, sharing information, and invading personal space to obtain private information. .

While some may not find the collection of personal information questionable when used for commercial purposes only by the private sector, the information collected and processed by corporate data miners is also available to the government, so it is no longer possible to protect privacy by restricting the state.