Ensuring Privacy in a Digital World: Bright Data's Compliance Strategy

How does Bright Data ensure compliance with applicable privacy laws?

As an enthusiastic advocate of internet security and privacy, Bright Data understands the importance of providing data subjects with greater control over their privacy and data. Therefore, we have made considerable efforts to ensure that our privacy practices comply with data protection laws, including the GDPR and CCPA, and the industry’s best practices regarding, among other things, respecting data subjects’ requests to exercise their rights.

We are constantly examining applicable legal developments and the relevant provisions of the applicable laws to develop tools for our customer's compliant use of our services. Bright Data has designed a detailed Privacy Policy to provide all required information about its privacy practices.

Here is a link to our full privacy policy. Click to learn more.

What is publicly available data?

Publicly available data is data that is freely accessible to anyone. It can come from a variety of sources, including governments, businesses, and research institutions. Publicly available data can be used for a variety of purposes, such as research, journalism, and business intelligence.

Legally, the definition of publicly available data varies from country to country. However, in general, publicly available data is data that is freely accessible to anyone without the need for special permissions or privileges.

The main difference between publicly available data and private data is that publicly available data is free and accessible to anyone, while private data is only accessible to specific people or organizations.

Does Bright Data collect personal data during web scraping?

Bright Data collects publicly available data only, i.e., information that does not require log in or acceptance of TOS. We do not engage in personal data collection.