Assembla collects information on our consumers, including: the e-mail addresses of those who communicate with us via e-mail, pages consumers access or visit, and anything volunteered by the consumer (such as survey information and/or site registrations). The information we collect is not shared with, or sold to, other organizations for commercial purposes. The only exceptions to this are in order to provide products or services you've requested, when we have your permission to share information, or under the following circumstances:
- It is necessary to share information in order to investigate, prevent, or take action regarding illegal activities, suspected fraud, situations involving potential threats to the physical safety of any person, violations of these Terms of Service, or as otherwise required by law.
Restoration of Deleted Data
In most cases, we can restore your space or repository data if you delete it accidentally. There is a $99 restoration fee per space or repository for this service. Please email us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Information Gathering and Usage
When you register for an Assembla account, we ask for information such as your name, company name, email address, billing address, and credit card information.
Assembla uses collected information for the following general purposes: products and services provision, billing, identification and authentication, services improvement, customer support, notifications of changes and new features, and research.
The Assembla application sends emails about activity in your workspaces. You can change the settings on the space "Stream > Email notifications" page to stop these emails.
A cookie is a small amount of data, which often includes an anonymous unique identifier, that is sent to your browser from a web site's computers and stored on your computer's hard drive.
Cookies are required in order to use Assembla services.
Assembla uses third party vendors and hosting partners to provide the necessary hardware, software, networking, storage, and related technology required to run Assembla. The physical location of this storage has multi-layered protection. Although Assembla owns the code, databases, and all rights to the Assembla application, you retain all rights to your data.
Assembla may disclose personally identifiable information under special circumstances, such as to comply with subpoenas, or if your actions violate these Terms of Service.
User Information shared by the Application
You control who can see your user information. On your user profile edit page, you can set your sharing settings:
- If you select Nobody, then only you will be able to see this piece of information.
- If you select Teammates, then team members of spaces that you select will be able to see the information.
- If you select Public, then every user will be able to see the information.
Your login name is always publicly visible when it appears in a team list.
Users do not appear in searches automatically.
- If you want a user profile to appear in space searches, you need to have a Public space so that other users can search it and view it.
Workspace Information shared by the Application
You control the visibility of workspace information through the settings on the Admin tab of the space. Select the Security subtab. If you set Non-member access to None, it will not be visible to any user who is not a team member. If you set Non-member access to View, the space will be visible to any user. If you set Non-member access to Edit, any user will be able to edit the space. For both the View and Edit settings, it will show up in public searches, tag pages, and it may appear on the portal page.
Please remember that the free public spaces, and spaces with Non-member access set to "View," will be visible on the Internet. You control this setting. Please pay attention to this setting when you are creating a space, and when you edit permissions.
Assembla does not claim any intellectual property rights to information posted on Assembla.com. We do claim the right to make backups of this information.