ON24 data protection terms following ECJ’s Schrems II decision
In July 2020, the European Court of Justice invalidated the EU-U.S. Privacy Shield Framework, which resulted in Privacy Shield no longer being available as a legal mechanism for cross-border data transfers. Following that decision, the EU Standard Contractual Clauses (the “SCCs”) are still a valid legal mechanism to support such transfers. In June 2021, the European Commission issued updated SCCS. ON24’s current data protection terms incorporate the SCCs.
ON24 data processing addendum (DPA) with SCCs: If your company does not yet have data processing terms in place with ON24, you can click here to download and review ON24’s current DPA which contains the SCCs. Within the document, you will also find instructions for returning the signed addendum to ON24.
ON24 standard contractual clauses addendum: If your company has previously agreed to data processing terms that does not contain the SCCs and you would like to incorporate them into your ON24 contract, or if your company would like to update the SCCs included in the data processing terms to the latest SCCs of June 2021, then you can click here to download and review ON24’s SCC Addendum. Within the document, you will also find instructions for returning the signed Addendum to ON24.