Data Collection Consent

Effective Date: May 25, 2018

The personal data you provide will be used to register you for a webinar through the platform. In order to process your registration, your information will be stored on, or accessed by, Amazon Web Services. Your personal data may also be used to contact you by if questions about your opt-in agreement arise. Details can be found within the Privacy Policy and the Terms and Conditions.

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Information We Collect

Effective Date: Jun 6, 2022 may collect and receive customer data, personal information, attendee information, and other information and data (collectively "information") in a variety of ways.


Individuals granted access to the application by a customer ("end users") routinely submit information to

When an end user of a customer has been granted access to the application, we collect and store information about the end user. The personally identifiable information collected from the end user through the application includes information in the "Profile" section of the application, which is populated through the Registration Page. This information might be name, email address, company, title, location, and phone number (which makes up the end user's "personal information").

We use this personal information to set up the end user's account or allow administration and communication with the end user regarding their registration. We may also use their email address to send updates about the customer program on the Application and to provide support in connection with said program.

Consent is implementing a new "opt-in" consent for the platform.'s customers are considered the Controller of the data from a GDPR perspective, making our customers ultimately responsible for fulfilling data subject rights and ensuring that the opt-in consent is in place. understands that their customers will need to rely on to collect the opt-in because they are using our platform to collect information for user registrants (data subjects) they may not have an existing relationship with. will also provide the ability for Customers to provide details on how they will use John's data.

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Effective Date: Jun 6, 2022

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