Privacy and Trust 

Arm believes that privacy is fundamental to fostering trust. Arm is committed to building trust with our partners and providing products and services that help ensure your data is protected.

GDPR

Arm has invested heavily in adopting a culture of privacy based upon the privacy principles of GDPR.

 

Data Processing Agreement

 

Data Access Requests:

Arm Privacy

The Arm Privacy Statement provides details on the data we collect and how we use it. Most in importantly, we take the time to document what we do with your data. Contact us with questions or concerns at any time.

Transparency

Transparency is a key privacy principle and critical to fostering a relationship with our partners based on trust. This Trust Center is a collaboration between our security and privacy teams to provide more visibility into our approach to security and privacy.

 

The global privacy statement also has the customer data processing and DSAR information, CCPA as well as the transparency statement.

 

Arm’s Principles for Government Requests for Customer Data

Published: Nov 3, 2020

 

About these principles

Arm may on occasion receive a request from a government agency or law enforcement authority seeking access to data belonging to a customer. This document explains the principles that Arm follows if we receive such a request. Our goal is always to protect our customers’ data, while complying with applicable laws.

 

Trust is our #1 value

At Arm, trust is our number one value. The protection of our customers’ data is paramount, and we safeguard that data with robust, comprehensive, and transparent privacy and security programs. Our privacy and security programs are designed to protect our customers' privacy and protect data submitted by or for our customers to our, including personal data, against unauthorized access or disclosure.

 

We notify an affected customer of any request for its Customer Data unless we are explicitly prohibited from doing so by law

Trust starts with transparency. Unless prohibited by law, Arm always notifies a customer when it receives a request for that customer’s customer data, including a government request, as further set out in the “Compelled Disclosure” section of our Master Subscription Agreement.

 

Where possible, we refer the requesting government agency to the affected customer

We believe our customers should have as much control as possible over their respective customer data. Arm is not the owner of customer data, and we strongly believe that any governmental agency seeking access to customer data should address its request directly with that customer where possible. Accordingly, if we receive a government request for customer data, if permitted by law, we try to refer the request to the affected customer so that the customer can work with the governmental agency directly to respond.

 

We do not disclose Customer Data to government agencies unless compelled by law and we challenge unlawful requests

We review each government request for customer data on a case-by-case basis and only comply if and to the extent we determine the request is lawful. When reviewing the lawfulness of a government request, we consider all applicable laws, including the laws of other jurisdictions, where applicable. We require governmental agencies to follow the required legal process under applicable laws, such as issuing their request via a subpoena, court order, or search warrant. Where we believe a government request for customer data is invalid or unlawful, we try to challenge it.