Version 1.4: March 2, 2020
DATA COLLECTION AND USE
When you visit the Site or Service, SAPLING servers may collect information from your computer including IP Address, information automatically sent by your browser and any information you voluntarily provide ("USER DATA"). All information that you voluntarily provide may be stored on SAPLING servers until you request SAPLING removes it. In providing the Site and Service, SAPLING may access, view, manipulate or retain User Data for the purposes of providing the Site or Service.
You own your personally-identifying information, and have the right to control our access to it. At any time, you can log in and access, modify, or remove your information from our server. If you are unable to do this yourself, please contact an SAPLING customer service representative. If at any point in time your information applicable to SAPLING changes, please log in to the Site or Service and update it or contact a customer service representative to do so for you. Constantly maintaining an updated customer base ultimately allows SAPLING to continue providing only the highest quality service to our customers.
SAPLING can use OAuth2 order to integrate the Service via Google's Applicant Program Interfaces (Google APIs). SAPLING may acquire access to your G-Suite account, following your consent. The purpose of SAPLING gaining access is to provide you with the ability for SAPLING to provision employees via Google APIs while onboarding them and to allow them to suspend those accounts in case of termination. The information that is added for a user to their Google Account during provisioning consists of general and employment related information.
You you may report any unethical behavior or feedback on Sapling practices in a confidential manner by emailing at email@example.com.
THIRD-PARTY DATA ACCESS
SAPLING does not, and will not, ever sell or trade any customer information to outside parties.
We also reserve the right to release your information when necessary to comply with law enforcement entities, enforce our site policies, or protect our or others' rights, property, or safety.
CCPA AND GENERAL DATA PROCESSING UPDATED
The California Consumer Privacy Act (CCPA), enacted in 2018, creates new consumer rights relating to the access to, deletion of, and sharing of personal information that is collected by businesses.
These recent guidelines on CCPA have been reviewed and captured within Sapling. For more information on CCPA, check out the law in its entirety here.