Data Privacy Statement
Seagate Technology LLC (“Seagate”) collects information about you through this website (“Website”), including your skills, background, interests and other information about you (“Personal Information”). Seagate collects, uses, and processes this information for the purpose of administering, evaluating, and managing your application for employment or potential application for employment with Seagate and/or its affiliated companies.
Seagate may disclose and transfer Personal Information to its departments and affiliated companies in connection with the administration, evaluation, and management of your application. Seagate may also disclose and transfer Personal Information to third party consultants and service providers that assist with its recruitment activities. Seagate will establish or confirm that such parties will process your Personal Information only in accordance with Seagate’s instructions.
Seagate may use your Personal Information to send you information about employment opportunities within Seagate as well as Seagate’s affiliated companies. A list of the Seagate affiliated companies can be found on our corporate website at www.seagate.com.
Some of the above-mentioned departments, affiliated companies, and third parties may be situated outside your home country in jurisdictions that do not have laws that provide an equivalent level of data protection to the laws in your home country. In particular, if you are located in a non-US country, please note that this Website is hosted on servers in the United States, and therefore Personal Information submitted to the Website will be available for use and review by Seagate departments, affiliates, and other third parties in the United States for the purposes described above. Seagate will establish or confirm that these parties will provide an adequate level of protection for such data, including appropriate data security measures.
Seagate will not sell or share your Personal Information for marketing purposes. Seagate reserves the right to disclose Personal Information to law enforcement officials or where required by law, or as necessary in connection with the sale or transfer of all or a portion of the business.
Seagate maintains reasonable security measures to protect Personal Information from unauthorized access or review.
If your Personal Information changes or requires updating, please contact Seagate at Seagate’s Ethics Helpline at 800-968-4925 to provide the updated information. You may also have certain rights under local laws to object to Seagate’s processing of Personal Information about you, or to ask Seagate to delete such information. Please contact Seagate as described above if you wish to exercise such rights, but note that if you object to the processing of your Personal Information, or ask Seagate to delete your Personal Information, Seagate may not be able to consider your application for employment.
If Seagate makes any material changes to this Data Privacy Statement, such changes will be notified to you by posting a link to the home page of this Website using the terms “Revised Data Privacy Statement” or similar language. Seagate may also obtain your consent for the material changes to the Data Privacy Statement where required by law or otherwise necessary in Seagate’s sole judgement.
This Data Privacy Statement was last updated on February 15, 2013.