Industries

  • Information and Communications Technology
  • Software
  • Software Development Tools

Participation

EU-U.S. Privacy Shield Framework: Inactive - Lapse

Original Certification Date: 8/23/2018
Inactive Start Date: 9/11/2021

Swiss-U.S. Privacy Shield Framework: Inactive - Lapse

Original Certification Date: 8/23/2018
Inactive Start Date: 9/11/2021

Purpose of Data Collection

Applitools and Applitools Ltd. offer software-as-a-service (SaaS) suite of products, enabling its Customers to perform automated visual testing on their websites and mobile software applications (the “Services”). In order to perform the Services, We, Applitools may use Personal Data, namely, of Our Customers, including our Customers’ email addresses, names IP address, browser type, domain names, access times and referring website addresses. Applitools may also use the names, email addresses, and telephone numbers of its Customers and/or potential customers for marketing and sales activities. Applitools will Process the Personal Data it receives as described above, for the purposes of offering and/or providing the Service to Customers. To fulfill these purposes, We may, without limitation, use the Personal Data to contact data subjects, to discuss or execute contracts, to provide the Service, to provide support and maintenance, to correct and address technical or service problems, for marketing purposes, to comply with applicable laws, regulations and orders from public authorities or courts and/or for the establishment, exercise or defense of legal claims, whether in court proceedings or in an administrative or out-of- court procedures.

Dispute Resolution

Questions or Complaints?

If you have a question or complaint, please contact Applitools Inc. at:

Denis Styrt
CISO
Applitools Inc.
1710 S Amphlett Blvd, Suite 200
San Mateo, California 94402


Appropriate statutory body with jurisdiction to investigate any claims against Applitools Inc. regarding possible unfair or deceptive practices and violations of laws or regulations covering privacy Federal Trade Commission