HubSpot Legal Stuff

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HubSpot Employee

December 2017 Revisions to the Privacy Policy

HubSpot recently updated the September 2016 version of the HubSpot Privacy Policy.

For those of you who appreciate data privacy as much as we do, you’ll be happy to see that some of these updates relate to our annual recertification process under the EU–U.S. Privacy Shield. We’ve also added a section detailing our certification to the current Swiss-U.S. Privacy Shield (which means, we also removed the parts on the old U.S.-Swiss Safe Harbor).


You can view our certification for both of these data privacy frameworks here. (For those of you who check this out, please note that the dates listed on this page will be updated when the FTC actually finishes processing our certification requests.)


Apart from these Privacy Shield updates, we also added language to better explain how we use information that our customers collect through use of their HubSpot subscription. We now state that we use this information to provide the subscription service, respond to support requests and fulfill our obligations under our Customer Terms of Service. You can find these changes in in Section 4 if you’d like to see the detail.


Well, that’s it this time around. Please remember that this is just an informal, high-level summary of the most recent changes to the Privacy Policy, and that you should always make sure you’ve read and understood the complete Privacy Policy before you use our websites, software or services.


Questions? Let us know.