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We believe our customers should have choices regarding their data and we are committed to being transparent about what data we collect, and how it’s used, shared and stored.
We follow Privacy by Design principles that govern the treatment of data owned by, or under the control of, Autodesk. These are applied worldwide and reflected across the company in development plans, business plans, and day-to-day operations.
We follow Autodesk’s Privacy Principles and perform privacy impact assessments where personal data is collected or used. We also provide general and role-specific privacy training to our workforce.
All of our employees, contingent workers, and subsidiaries are required to abide by our Privacy Statement and to adhere to internal policies, standards, and guidelines regarding Autodesk’s overall data protection requirements and Privacy Principles:
The Autodesk Privacy Statement explains how we handle personal data, how such data can be accessed and updated, and how we protect this data when interacting with third parties.
The Children’s Privacy Statement addresses how we collect, process, store, and delete children’s personal data.
The Candidate Privacy Statement describes how we collect, process, store, and delete personal data about job applicants and prospective candidates.
We provide a link to other important legal documents that may help you fully understand our services and rights, including our General Terms, Special Terms, Subscription Benefits, and Subscription Types.
Additionally, Autodesk offers a Data Processing Addendum (DPA), which sets forth Autodesk’s obligations where it is a processor for personal data under the GDPR. Contact us to obtain a copy.
We do not anticipate any immediate change in our customers’ ability to continue to use Autodesk’s services and transfer data between the E.U. and U.S. as a result of the Schrems II decision by the European Court of Justice. The court in that case invalidated the EU-US Privacy Shield and upheld the use of standard contractual clauses (SCCs) for personal data transfers from the EU to other countries. For more information, see our FAQs.
Autodesk’s Transparency Report explains Autodesk’s policy on responding to requests for customer data by government agencies for law enforcement purposes. The report also provides statistics on the types of requests Autodesk receives and how Autodesk responds to these requests. Previous transparency reports are available below.