Updated: May 1, 2017
This policy describes how SLAM treats your information, not how other organizations treat your information. If you are using SLAM in a workplace or on a device or account issued to you by your employer or another organization, that company or organization likely has its own policies regarding storage, access, modification, deletion, and retention of communications and content which may apply to your use of SLAM. Content that would otherwise be considered private to you or to a limited group of people may, in some cases, be accessible by your team owner or administrator. Please check with your employer, team owner or administrator about the policies it has in place regarding your communications and related content on SLAM.
We collect different kinds of information. Some of it is personally identifiable and some is non-identifying or aggregated. Here are the types of information we collect or receive:
Cookies are small text files sent by us to your computer and from your computer to us, each time you visit our website. They are unique to your SLAM account or your browser. Session-based cookies last only while your browser is open and are automatically deleted when you close your browser. Persistent cookies last until you or your browser delete them or until they expire.
Some cookies are associated with your SLAM account and personal information in order to remember that you are logged in and which teams you are logged into. Other cookies are not tied to your SLAM account but are unique and allow us to do site analytics and customization, among other similar things. If you access SLAM through your browser, you can manage your cookie settings there but if you disable all cookies you may not be able to use SLAM.
SLAM sets and accesses our own cookies on our company-owned domains. In addition, we use 3rd parties like Google Analytics and Mixpanel for website analytics. You may opt-out of third party cookies from Google Analytics and Mixpanel on their respective websites. We do not currently recognize or respond to browser-initiated Do Not Track signals as there is no consistent industry standard for compliance.
We use your information for the following:
We may change this policy from time to time, and if we do we’ll post any changes on this page. If you continue to use SLAM after those changes are in effect, you agree to the revised policy. If the changes are material, we may provide more prominent notice or seek your consent to the new policy.