The Customer recognizes and accepts that ClickUp may create and deduce anonymized and/or aggregated service data that does not identify the customer or a natural person, and use, publish or share this data with third parties to enhance ClickUp`s products and services and other legitimate business purposes. 9.3. Ranking. With regard to the purpose of this authority, this data protection authority will govern and monitor in the event of a conflict between this data protection authority and another written agreement between the parties (including the agreement). All data processing agreements already in place between the contracting parties are replaced by this data protection authority in its entirety. 1.5 “Customer Personal Data” refers to personal data or personal data of the persons concerned contained in the data provided or accessed by ClickUp by or on behalf of the customer`s end-users or customers in connection with the Services. 1.20 The terms “personal data,” “person concerned,” “treatment,” “responsible,” “responsible” and “supervisory authority” as used in this additive have the meanings indicated in the RGPD and the LGPD, and the terms “data importer” and “data exporter” have the meanings indicated in the standard contractual clauses. The terms “personal information,” “business” and “service provider” have the meanings outlined in the CCAC. 1. The parties agree that any person concerned who has suffered harm in violation of the obligations of a party or subcontractor covered in point 3 or 11 above will be entitled to compensation from the data exporter for the injury suffered. 8.2.1 ClickUp transfer obligations. If the storage and/or processing of the Client`s personal data (as described in Section 8.1 (Data Storage and Processing Facilities) includes the transfer of personal data from the EEA or Swiss Customer and EU data protection legislation applies to the transfer of this data (“Personal Data Transmitted”), ClickUp will make these transfers according to a transfer solution and provide the customer, on request, with information. 4.

The parties do not object to a person being represented by an association or other body if the person concerned expressly wishes to do so and if national law permits it. “data protection legislation” to the extent that it applies to a contracting party, a country`s data protection or data protection legislation with respect to the processing of personal data of the client. 4.1. Subprocessors are identified at www.smartsheet.com/legal/subprocessors. The customer authorizes Smartsheet to use these subprocessors in accordance with the terms and conditions of this section 4. Yes, I do. our commitment to each subprocessor is subject to a written agreement containing data protection provisions required by existing data protection legislation. 1.

The data importer accepts that the data importer accepts the decision of the person concerned if the person concerned asserts against him the rights of third-party beneficiaries and/or seeks damages in the event of damage under the clauses: 1.9 “European data protection legislation” refers to the RGPD and other EU laws, Member States, Switzerland, Iceland, Liechtenstein and Norway, as well as the United Kingdom, applicable to the processing of personal data under the agreement.