Last updated: June 14, 2023
This document describes how Birdie (the “service”) uses the data it collects from you (the “user”). We take user data privacy very seriously and take many steps to 1) Minimize the amount of data we process and 2) Protect any data that we do process.
In general, the service doesn’t collect any information from its users in the sense that no data is ever taken to be stored on an external server owned by us. Because the service functions solely as a Chrome extension, all data processing happens locally on the user’s machine. The service also doesn’t require the user to send us any information to create an account to use the service. Instead, the user simply authenticates with their existing Google or Salesforce account.
There are three exceptions to this:
The data collected by these services are never shared with any external parties and are only ever accessed by employees with appropriate access rights.
While our service doesn’t collect data, it does process data locally on your browser. Specifically, our service processes the data that comes in through LinkedIn as our users use LinkedIn during their day-to-day activities. If a user chooses, this data can be stored in a “backing service” owned by the user. Currently, this can be either a Google Sheet the user owns or the user’s Salesforce or HubSpot instance. Again, it’s important to mention that the data is not stored on any databases we own — The data is stored in the user’s backing service.
Birdie's use and transfer of information received from Google APIs to any other app will adhere to Google API Services User Data Policy, including the Limited Use requirements.
Outside of storing the data in our users’ backing services of choice, we never share data with any third parties.
If you have questions or concerns about this policy, please reach out to firstname.lastname@example.org for more info.