Privacy Policy
Gridspace takes your privacy seriously and respects the data that you keep with us.

This Privacy Policy explains what interactions (Archives) Gridspace, INC and its affiliates (referred to as “Gridspace”, "us” or "we") collect and you, why, what we may do with those Archives and how we manage your Archives.

Privacy Policy Updates and Revisions

As Gridspace products and services progress, we may update this Policy accordingly. We will post revisions to this Policy and effective dates on our website. Please check here for updates, so you stay informed. We will ask for your consent to such changes if required; in other cases, please note that your continuation of your Gridspace Service account after any change means that you agree with, and consent to be bound by, the new Privacy Policy. If you disagree with any changes in this Policy, you will need to close your account.

What Does Gridspace Collect

1. We collect some information from you when you sign up for Grispace, such as your email address, name, phone number, credit card or other billing information and addresses. You may also ask Gridspace to import your contacts by giving access to your third party services like email or social networking. When you invite others to join Gridspace, we email them so they can get access to a interaction, join your group or otherwise use Gridspace with you. You may also provide us with your email addresses for others when sharing interactions or Archives. We may also receive Personal Information (for example, your email address) through other users, for example if they have tried to share something with you or tried to refer Gridspace to you.

2. interactions. We collect and store the interactions (Archives) you upload, download, or access with the Gridspace Service. If you add a interaction to your Gridspace account that has been already uploaded by you or another user, we may tie all or a portion of the previous interactions with your account rather than storing a duplicate.

3. Log and Usage Data. When you use the Gridspace service, we save information from your computer, its software, and your activity using the Services. This may include your computers’s Internet Protocol (“IP”) address, browser type, the web page visited before you came to our website, information you search for on our website, locale preferences, identification numbers associated with your computer, your mobile carrier, date and time stamps associated with transactions, system configuration information, metadata concerning your Archives, and other interactions with the Gridspace service.

4. Cookies. We also use “cookies” to save information and improve Gridspace. A cookie is a small file that we save to your computer. We may use “persistent cookies” to save your registration ID and login password for future logins to the Service. We may use “session ID cookies” to enable certain features of the Service, to better understand how you interact with the Service and to monitor aggregate usage and web traffic routing on the Service. You can instruct your browser, by changing its options, to stop accepting cookies or to prompt you before accepting a cookie from the websites you visit. If you do not accept cookies, however, you may not be able to use all aspects of the Gridspace.

Access and Disclosure

Gridspace works actively to protect user Archives, and we only disclose Archives in the following situations:

1. We have your consent to share the Archives.

2. We need to share your Archives with data service providers who help us make the Gridspace service possible and abide by our strict data protection requirements.

3. We need to share your Archives with other service providers to fulfill your product or service requests, such as sales, delivery and support.

4. We need to investigate material violations of our Terms of Service, to enforce those Terms of Service, or where we believe it is necessary to investigate, prevent or take action regarding illegal activities, suspected fraud or potential threats against persons, property or the systems on which we operate the Service.

5. We determine that the access, storage or sharing of Archives is required or permitted by law to protect the safety of Gridspace and users of Gridspace, or is required to comply with certain laws, including compliance with warrants, court orders or other legal process.

6. We need to do so in connection with the sale or reorganization of all or part of our business, as permitted by applicable law.

7. Some third-party client applications and services that work with our Service may ask for permission to access your Archives or other Archives about your account. Such third-party services will ask you for permission to share Archives and other information with them.

8. Some third parties’ have plugins on the Service, such as LinkedIn connect buttons on, may let their operators to learn that you have visited our website, and they may combine this interaction archives with other, identifiable Archives they have collected about your visits to other websites or online services.

Does Gridspace Review My Archives?

As a rule, Gridspace employees do not monitor or view your interaction or other Archives material stored in the Service without your permission, but it may be viewed if we believe our Terms of Service have been violated and confirmation is required, if we need to do so in order to respond to your requests for user support, or we otherwise determine that we have an obligation to review it. Your Notes also may be viewed where necessary to protect the rights, property or personal safety of Gridspace and its users, or in order to comply with our legal obligations, such as responding to warrants, court orders or other legal process.

Does Gridspace Ever Make Any of My Archives Public?

Note, however, that certain portions of the Gridspace public web sites and Service are open. Also any Archives that you share can be read, collected and used by anyone and could enable others to send you unsolicited messages. Gridspace enables you to determine whether or not to share Archives. Please carefully consider how you use the services. Gridspace is not responsible for any sharing or use of any Archives you choose to make available to others.

Data Storage and Transfer

When you use Gridspace Software, such as by using one of our mobile applications, Archives you save will be processed on that device. When you synch your computing device with the Service, that Archives will be replicated on our servers, which are located in the United States.

Please be aware that Archives submitted to Gridspace will be transferred to a data center in the United States. If you post Archives to the Gridspace sites you are confirming your consent to such Archives being hosted and accessed in the United States.

How Can I Access or Correct Archives Gridspace Holds About Me?

Users who wish to (i) access any Personal Archives that we hold about you; (ii) request that we correct or delete the Personal Archives that we hold about you; or (iii) request that we not use or stop using your Personal Archives for marketing purposes may do so by contacting us at [email protected] We will comply with such requests to the extent permitted or required by law.

How Secure Is My Data?

Gridspace is very committed to protecting your Archives and takes reasonable precautions to protect it. However, Internet data transmissions, wireless or wired, cannot guaranteed perfect security, and as a result, we cannot guarantee the security of Archives you transmit to us; accordingly, you acknowledge that you do so at your own risk.

We use bank-level encryption to protect your data transmission. This is referred to as TLS or SSL technology.

We protect transmitted data on our servers using a combination of administrative, physical and logical security safeguards. The security of the Archives stored locally in the Gridspace Software installed on your computing device requires that you make use of the security features of your device.

If Gridspace learns of a security system breach, we may attempt to notify you using contact information we have for you or by posting a notice on our web site.

What Happens If I Want to Stop Using Gridspace?

You can delete Archives you have posted at any time, and you can stop using the Gridspace Service at any time. If you delete Archives, it will no longer be accessible to you or others who may access the Service, but residual copies of your deleted Archives may continue to exist on the Gridspace Service’s back-up and archiving systems for up to one year due to the nature of those systems’ operations. If you cancel your account, the Archives in your account will not be deleted unless you purposely delete that Archives, and sync your account before you cancel your account. Learn how to effectively delete your Archives here.

What If My Account Is Closed?

If Gridspace closes your account due to a Terms of Service violation, then you may contact Gridspace to request deletion of your data. Gridspace will evaluate each request pursuant to our legal obligations.

Contact Us

If you have questions about this policy, please contact us by email at [email protected]

Effective Date: June 29, 2016