13.2 HID can access the end customer`s environment to provide support that complies with the terms of use. The processing of data within the end-customer environment for support is subject to these data processing conditions. 6.1 The final customer agrees that hid may entrust all or part of the service to subcontractors. Subprocessors, if they exist, are identified in current data processing specifications. HID limits subcontractors` access to personal data to what is required for the maintenance or provision of the service. HiD prohibits its subcontractors from accessing personal data for other reasons. HID will enter into a written agreement with any subprocessor that is generally compliant with these data processing conditions and existing data protection legislation. Irene Bodle is an IT lawyer specializing in SaaS and has more than 14 years of experience in managing SaaS, cloud computing and IT law issues. If you need assistance with SaaS agreements, cloud computing issues or other IT law issues, please contact me at: 3. The data protection provisions for contract sub-processing covered by paragraph 1 are governed by the legislation of the Member State in which the data exporter is established, namely … 6.2 Transmission Mechanism: Notwithstanding Section 6.1, as DigitalOcean processes or transfers personal data (directly or by way of transfer) from the European Union under this data protection authority, in the European Economic Area and/or in their Member States and in Switzerland (“EU data”) in or in countries that do not guarantee an adequate level of data protection, In accordance with existing data protection legislation in the above areas, the parties agree that DigitalOcean is considered an appropriate guarantee for this data, as (a) certifies that the data protection shield is being complied with and that this data is being processed in accordance with the principles of the data protection shield; (b) DigitalOcean, which has reasonably adopted other appropriate safeguards in accordance with data protection legislation in the aforementioned territories; or (c) only if and to the extent that neither 6.2 (a) or 6.2 (b) are sufficiently appropriate under the data protection legislation in the above-mentioned areas, and DigitalOcean has agreed to comply with the standard contractual clauses listed in Appendix C below.

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