RStudio and the GDPR - What You Need to Know
The General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) protects the privacy of individuals within the European Union and addresses the export of personal data outside the EU. Although it is an EU regulation, RStudio has adopted its guidelines for all personal data we control or process.
For those interested in understanding what we do with personal data in less formal language, here is an overview we hope you will find useful.
- Our treatment of personal data provided by you on our websites complies with the GDPR. Our websites, including rstudio.com, only collect information you give us by visiting our pages (IP addresses) and completing our forms (requests for information, support tickets, event or account registration, billing, etc.).
RStudio Cloud Services
- RStudio is a data processor with respect to data processed by RStudio Cloud Services, including rstudio.cloud and shinyapps.io. RStudio maintains appropriate technical and organizational security measures designed to protect the security, confidentiality, integrity and availability of data processed by RStudio Cloud Services. All communication between customers and RStudio Cloud Services is encrypted with HTTPS. Within RStudio Cloud Services, data at-rest is also encrypted. RStudio has entered into a Data Processing Addendum with its Cloud Services hosting provider, Amazon Web Services, which can be found at https://d1.awsstatic.com/legal/aws-gdpr/AWS_GDPR_DPA.pdf. Customers of RStudio’s Cloud Services may request RStudio’s Data Processing Addendum (DPA) by contacting email@example.com.
- Your data used with RStudio Software installed on computers you control is your responsibility. No agreement with us specific to the GDPR and RStudio Software is necessary. Any data you use with RStudio Software - including the open source or Pro versions of the RStudio IDE and Shiny Server, or RStudio Connect - is controlled and processed entirely by you. We do not have any visibility into your user data or to any data you control or process on your computers.
- We do not request any personal data from you when you download our free and open source Software from our website. However, as described above, we capture IP addresses of website visitors, including logging your IP address when you download RStudio Software.