Information Collected Using Cookies
Like most websites, we use automatic data collection technology when you visit the Site to collect information that identifies your computer. This comprises information about your operating system, your IP addresses, browser type and language, referring pages and URLs, keywords, date and time, and what sections of the Site you visit (the "Usage Information").
We collect this Usage Information by using cookies. Cookies are small packets of data that a website stores on your computer's hard drive so that your computer will "remember" information about your visit. You can reject cookies by following the directions provided by your browser vendor or by your Internet provider's "help" file. If you reject cookies, you may still visit the Site, but may not be able to use some areas of the Site.
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We also use certain cookies which are strictly necessary for the provision of the Services to customers' end users who have requested those Services (for example, so that we can identify customers' end users). Use of these cookies is essential to enable us to provide the Services requested by customers' end users.
Information Collected and Stored on Behalf of Our Customers Using the Services.
As part of the Services, Auth0® collects authentication data from your end users as per your instructions (“End User Authentication Data”), and may also receive End User Authentication Data from you. End User Authentication Data may, as determined solely by Auth0® customers, include personal information regarding your end users. Auth0® processes and stores End User Authentication Data for purposes of providing the Services. Auth0® does not have any relationship, contractual or otherwise, with your end users. You, as the customer (and specifically not Auth0®) are solely responsible for providing notice to, and obtaining all consents and other assurances required under applicable law from, your end users regarding the collection, transfer, processing and storage of End User Authentication Data by Auth0® including, for any end users that are residents of the European Economic Area.
If you are an end user who would like to correct or delete your End User Authentication Data, please contact the customer, your application, API or service provider or contact us directly as set forth in the Section titled “Access to Personal Information” below.