ActiveCampaign Data Processing Addendum

This Data Processing Addendum (“Addendum”) supplements the Terms of Service, located at https://www.activecampaign.com/tos/ (the “Agreement”), between Friends and Allies (“Client”) and ActiveCampaign, LLC (“Company”), is dated as of the date of last signature of a party below, and is hereby incorporated by reference into the Agreement. All capitalized terms not otherwise defined in this Addendum will have the meaning given to them in the Agreement. In the event of any inconsistency or conflict between this Addendum and the Agreement, this Addendum will govern. Client and Company agree as follows:

  1. Personal Information. In connection with providing the Services, Company will be Processing Personal Information on behalf of Client. “Personal Information” means information that relates, directly or indirectly, to an identified or identifiable person (a “Data Subject”), which may include names, email addresses, postal addresses, or online identifiers, that Client provides or submits in connection with using the Services. Where required by Applicable Law, any specific categories of Personal Information that Company will Process in connection with the Agreement are set forth in Schedule 1 (Scope of Processing). As between Client and Company, all Personal Information is the sole and exclusive property of Client.

  2. Company and Client Responsibilities. The parties acknowledge and agree that: (a) Company is a processor and/or service provider, as applicable, with respect to Personal Information under Applicable Law (defined below); (b) Client is a controller and/or business with respect to Personal Information under Applicable Law; and (c) each party will comply with the obligations applicable to it under Applicable Law with respect to the Processing of Personal Information.

  3. Company Responsibilities. “Process” or “Processing” means any operation or set of operations which is performed on Personal Information, whether or not by automated means, such as the access, collection, use, storage, disclosure, dissemination, combination, recording, organization, structuring, adaption, alteration, copying, transfer, retrieval, consultation, disposal, restriction, erasure and/or destruction of Personal Information. As a part of the Services, Company will:

    (a) Process Personal Information solely in accordance with Client’s documented instructions. Without limiting the foregoing, Company will not: (i) collect, retain, use, or disclose Personal Information for any purpose other than as necessary for the specific purpose of performing the Service as described in the Agreement, including use of the Personal Information for a commercial purpose other than providing the Service; and (ii) sell the Personal Information;

    (b) Process Personal Information in accordance with laws, rules, and regulations that apply to Company’s provision, and Client’s use, of the Services, including the General Data Protection Regulation (EU) 2016/679 (“GDPR,”) and the California Consumer Privacy Act (“CCPA”) (collectively, “Applicable Law”);

    (c) not disclose Personal Information to any third party without first, except to the extent prohibited by Applicable Law, (i) notifying Client of the anticipated disclosure (so as to provide Client the opportunity to oppose the disclosure and obtain a protective order or seek other relief); (ii) obtaining Client’s prior consent to the disclosure; or (iii) imposing contractual obligations on the third party recipient that are at least equivalent to those obligations imposed on Company under this Addendum;

    (d) amend, correct, or erase Personal Information at Client’s written request and provide a means for Client to update and make accurate Personal Information Processed by Company;

    (e) notify Client of any third party request (by a Data Subject or otherwise) to (i) restrict the Processing of Personal Information; (ii) port Personal Information to a third party; or (iii) access, rectify, or erase Personal Information. Company will use commercially reasonable efforts to assist Client, at Client’s reasonable written request, in complying with Client’s obligations to respond to requests and complaints directed to Client with respect to Personal Information Processed by Company;

    (f) at the reasonable written request of Client, cooperate and assist Client in conducting a data protection impact assessment, where required by Applicable Law;

    (g) ensure that Company personnel Processing Personal Information are subject to obligations of confidentiality; and

    (h) keep all Personal Information compartmentalized or otherwise logically distinct from other information of Company or its personnel, suppliers, customers or other third parties. Company will use commercially reasonable efforts to inform Client if Company becomes aware or reasonably suspects that Client’s instructions regarding the Processing of Personal Information may breach any Applicable Law.

  4. Subcontractors. Company will not engage another processor to process Client’s Personal Information without authorization from Client. Company will be responsible to Client for any material failure of such processor to fulfill Company’s data protection obligations as set forth in this Agreement. Client hereby provides its general written authorization for Company’s use of subcontractors to Process Personal Information on behalf of Client.

  5. Data Transfers. Where required by Applicable Law, Company will use commercially reasonable efforts not to transfer any Personal Information from one country to another without Client’s prior written consent, which Client shall not unreasonably withhold, and which Client hereby provides as required for Company’s provision of Services under the Agreement. Where Client consents to such transfer, the transfer will be in accordance with Applicable Law and with the following:

    (a) Company has certified its compliance to the EU-U.S. and Swiss-U.S. Privacy Shield Framework Principles (collectively, the “Principles”) with the U.S. Department of Commerce (the “Department”). Company will provide commercially reasonable assistance to Client in responding to requests from the Department or other applicable data protection regulators in the U.S., Switzerland, and European Union related to compliance with the Principles. Upon request of the Department, Company may disclose the terms of this Addendum to the Department.

    (b) Alternatively, where required by Applicable Law or at the election of Client, any regulated data transfer will be conducted pursuant to the EU Standard Contract Clauses, incorporated as a link in Schedule 2 to this Addendum, and which clauses Client may access through the “Privacy” settings within Client’s ActiveCampaign account console. Subject to signature by the parties of both this Addendum and the Standard Contract Clauses, the following terms will apply:

    i. Client will be referred to as the “Data Exporter” and Company will be referred to as the “Data Importer” in such clauses;

    ii. Details in Schedule 1 of this Addendum will be used to complete Appendix 1 of those Standard Contract Clauses;

    iii. Details of Section 6 of this Addendum will apply in addition to those in Appendix 2 of those Standard Contract Clauses; and

    iv. If there is any conflict between this Addendum or the Agreement and the Standard Contract Clauses, the Standard Contract Clauses will prevail.

    (c) For clarity, the EU Standard Contract Clauses will be deemed neither executed nor binding unless both this Addendum and the various signature blocks within the EU Standard Contract Clauses have been signed by both Company and Client.

  6. Security Safeguards. Company will use commercially reasonable efforts to implement and maintain appropriate technical and organizational measures consistent with industry standards to protect and ensure the confidentiality, integrity, and availability of Personal Information.

  7. Records and Audits. Company will keep at its normal place of business records of its Processing of Client Personal Information. Where required by Applicable Law, at Client’s reasonable request and with advance written notice, Company will use commercially reasonable efforts to make available to Client such records and information as is necessary to demonstrate its compliance with Applicable Law with respect to Personal Information and allow an independent third party to conduct an audit to verify such compliance on behalf of Client. Any such audit will be conducted (a) on reasonable advance written notice to Company; (b) no more than once per year; (c) during Company’s standard business hours; and (d) in such a manner to minimize disruption to Company’s operations. Any information provided by Company in connection with such audit must be protected as Company’s confidential information subject to a separate non-disclosure agreement entered into between Company and the recipient of such information before such audit. To request an audit, Client must submit a detailed audit plan at least 90 days in advance of the proposed audit date describing the proposed scope, duration, and start date of the audit. Client will bear the costs of such audit.

  8. Security Breach. If Company becomes aware of any actual Security Breach (defined below), Company will take commercially reasonable efforts to, without undue delay: (a) notify Client of the Security Breach and any third-party legal processes relating to the Security Breach; and (b) help Client investigate, remediate, and take any action required under Applicable Law regarding the Security Breach. “Security Breach” means any unlawful or accidental loss, destruction, alteration, or unauthorized Processing of Personal Information under Company’s possession or control. The obligations in this Section do not apply to incidents that are caused by Client or Client’s personnel or users.

  9. Return or Destruction of Personal Information. Upon written request by Client or when Company no longer is required to Process Personal Information to fulfill its obligations under the Agreement, Company will use commercially reasonable efforts to (a) cease all use of Personal Information; and