- Information and Communications Technology
- Computer Software
EU-U.S. Privacy Shield Framework: Active
Purpose of Data Collection
Tableau uses personal data of customers, potential customers, partners and vendors to provide, deliver, and improve upon products or services; respond to comments and questions and provide customer service; send information about promotions, upcoming events, and news about products and services offered by Tableau and our selected partners; link or combine information with other personal information obtained from third parties to improve service; enforce our terms and conditions or protect our business, partners, or users; and protect against, investigate, and deter fraudulent, unauthorized, or illegal activity. Tableau discloses personal data to a limited number of vendors who assist Tableau in providing services to customers; to corporate affiliates and sales partners; in response to legal requests, such as a court order, subpoena or law enforcement request, or to take action related to suspected illegal activity, fraud or breach of our agreements; in the context of a merger, acquisition, bankruptcy or similar proceeding; lastly, aggregated, anonymized or statistical information may be shared with others for a variety of purposes, including for their own uses, for example, for improving their products and services for Tableau and others.
Questions or Complaints?
If you have a question or complaint regarding the covered data, please contact Tableau Software, Inc. at:
Sr. Managing Attorney
Seattle, Washington 98103
Privacy Shield organizations must respond within 45 days of receiving a complaint.
If you have not received a timely or satisfactory response from Tableau Software, Inc. to your question or complaint, please contact the independent recourse mechanism listed below
NON-HR RECOURSE MECHANISM
Appropriate statutory body with jurisdiction to investigate any claims against Tableau Software, Inc. regarding possible unfair or deceptive practices and violations of laws or regulations covering privacy Federal Trade Commission