Salesforce’s Privacy Policy (auto-generated by

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Thank you for visiting our website. We take the privacy of your information very seriously and have compiled this Privacy Policy to describe in detail how we collect, use and disclose information about customers and other visitors to the Service. This Privacy Policy also explains your choices for managing your information preferences. By using any Service or contacting us via email, phone or other means to request information from us, including through our websites, you are acknowledging that you have read and understand this Privacy Policy (and agree to be bound by it) as well as our Terms of Service (found at https://www1.salesforcecom/terms). If there is any conflict between these two documents regarding how we collect, use or disclose information about customers or other visitors to our Services, then the Terms will control .


Privacy policy is a document that describes how a company handles personal data. It helps you understand what data we collect and why, how we use it, and whether we share it with third parties.

This document explains our practices in detail so that you can make informed decisions about whether to use our products or services. If you have any questions about this Privacy Policy or if you would like to opt out of usage tracking please write us at [email protected]

This privacy policy describes the manner in which Salesforce collects, uses and discloses information about customers and other visitors to the Service. It also explains your choices for managing your information preferences.

This Privacy Policy applies solely to information collected by Salesforce on behalf of itself or its subsidiaries, affiliates or joint ventures (collectively referred to herein as “We” or “Us”).

This Privacy Policy does not apply to any third party websites that you may access via links on our Site. We are not responsible for the content or practices of such other sites, including their privacy policies. We encourage you to learn about those third parties’ policies before providing them with personal data.

Collection of Information

We collect information about you if you create a personal account or use any Service (e.g., Salesforce1) or contact us via email, phone or other means to request information from us, including through our websites. Information collected may include your name, postal address and telephone number; email address; company name and address; credit card number and expiration date when purchasing products through our website(s). We also collect certain non-personally identifiable information automatically when users visit our websites (e.g., IP Address).

Information You Provide Directly to Us

  • Information you provide directly to us: We may collect and store information that you provide directly to us, including when you sign up for our Services or otherwise communicate with us. For example, this could include contact information (such as your name, email address and phone number), payment information (such as credit card number), information about your use of our Services (including but not limited to settings) and other communications with us. In addition, if you choose to use our Services on behalf of a company or organization (e.g., an employer), then we’ll also collect any information about that company or organization needed for authentication purposes in accordance with this Privacy Policy.*
  • Information we collect automatically when you use our Services: When you visit one of our websites or use one of our products or services (e.g., Salesforce1), we may receive some limited personal information from those devices such as IP address, browser type and version history; device type; operating system version history; application usage history such as number of page views per session and time spent per session on each page visited within the application; location data based upon GPS coordinates determined by mobile network providers/carriers–if applicable–or Wi-Fi access points near where the device is used most frequently during its lifetime cycle.

Information Provided by Third Parties

If you provide personal information to a third party, such as your employer or financial institution, that party may be required to disclose the fact that you have purchased a product or service from us. In these instances, we will not share your personal information with them unless we have obtained your permission to do so.

If someone has sent us your personal information because they believe we are involved in non-consensual sharing with another entity (e.g., through a merger), then please let us know so we can investigate further. Our security team will appropriate action to protect your privacy rights if necessary under applicable law.


We hope this helps clarify our privacy practices and keeps you informed about how we handle your information. If you have any questions or concerns, please contact us at