For providing “Services” under “Test Observability”, BrowserStack would collect “Customer Content” using BrowserStack Software Development Kit (SDK) or through the test report upload option.
Any “Customer Content” collected while using Test Observability or metrics derived from them may be retained for a maximum period of two (2) years from the date a test was captured on the platform and may be subject to your applicable purchase plan. We may also retain your information to comply with our legal obligations, resolve disputes, and enforce our policies.
If you no longer wish for your personal information to be stored by us, you have the right to request that we delete your information. We will comply with your request in a timely manner, provided that we are not required to retain your information for legal or other legitimate business purposes. Please note that deletion of your data may impact our ability to provide the services to you.
Data: Data refers to Customer Content for the purpose of this policy.
Customer Content: For the purpose of this policy, the Customer Content also includes artifacts such as test related logs, test name, test details and metadata information which are required for this service to operate.
By choosing to use Test Observability you agree to provide BrowserStack the right to access, use, modify and transmit data (“Data import”) from your “Devices” for the limited purpose of using this offering. “Devices” may include any virtual machines, physical electronic devices, and device emulators which you may use to run your tests or host your application under test. BrowserStack will not be responsible for any data stored in your Devices.
You further agree that BrowserStack may use aggregated or anonymized “Customer Content” for any business purpose during or after the term during which you use the offering, including without limitation to develop and improve BrowserStack products and services and to create and distribute insights, reports and other materials.