Agreement Personally Identifiable Information

Please note that data excluded from Google`s interpretation of PII may continue to be considered personal data within the meaning of the GDPR or personal data in accordance with the California Consumer Privacy Act (CCPA) and may therefore be subject to such laws. Google interprets PII as information that could be used alone to identify, contact or locate a person directly. These include: Since organizations have different systems, it is easy to collect a single part of the above information, which does not in itself constitute PII. However, if the information is aggregated into a database or displayed to a user through their account information, this is PII. Therefore, the persons responsible for the protection of personal data within the organization and the establishment of the customer contract must take into account all the points on which data is collected, stored and displayed. Personal data includes: “(1) any information that can be used to distinguish or track a person`s identity, such as name, social security number, date and place of birth, mother`s daughter name or biometric records; and (2) any other information that may be related or related to an individual, such as.B. medical, educational, financial and professional information. » 1 Examples of PII include: 2 Medical information may be subject to additional HIPC requirements 3 Educational information may be subject to additional REQUIREMENTS from FERPA This article explains how Google interprets the term PII if PII is not defined in your existing contract or in the terms of use or policies of the relevant product. This minimizes confusion between customers and distinguishes pii from concepts of personal data or personal data in accordance with the GDPR, CCPA and other data protection laws. Information relating to the identification of goods in personal possession: wine number or title number Note that data excluded from Google`s PII interpretation may continue to be considered personal or personal data in accordance with the GDPR, ccpA and other data protection laws.

This article has no influence on the contractual provisions or policies relating to personal data or personal data provided for by these laws. . . .

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