Zyte Data Processing Agreement

Read our summary of Zyte's Data Processing Agreement.


  • Zyte commits to confidentiality for persons authorized to process personal data.
  • Zyte may share personal data with various sub-processors as listed in Annex III.
  • Zyte will process contact data as a controller and service personal data as a processor.
  • Zyte may transfer personal data outside of the EEA, which could impact data protection rights.
  • Client can request the deletion or return of contact data upon termination of the agreement.
  • Zyte's liability may be limited to its own actions and not the actions of sub-processors.
  • Zyte must notify the client of a security event within 72 hours of discovery.
  • Standard Contractual Clauses apply for data transfers to third countries.
  • Zyte is obligated to take steps to mitigate effects of a security event.
  • Client's control over data is subject to Zyte's processes and sub-processors' compliance.
  • The agreement is governed by the laws of Ireland and subject to the jurisdiction of its courts.
  • Changes in data protection laws may require renegotiation of transfer solutions.

Things to watch out for

  • Be aware that your personal data may be transferred internationally, including to countries outside of the EEA.
  • Zyte's use of sub-processors means your data could be processed by third parties not directly mentioned in the agreement.
  • The agreement prioritizes its terms in the event of a conflict with other agreements or the Zyte Terms of Service.


What happens to my contact data if I terminate my agreement with Zyte?

Upon termination, you can request that Zyte delete or return all contact data, unless required by law to retain it.

How will I be informed if there is a security breach involving my personal data?

Zyte is required to notify you within 72 hours of becoming aware of any security event affecting your data.

Can my personal data be transferred outside of the European Economic Area?

Yes, Zyte may transfer personal data outside of the EEA, but will use Standard Contractual Clauses or other Transfer Solutions to ensure compliance with data protection laws.

Data Collection

  • Contact Data: Names, usernames, business email addresses, business phone numbers, job titles
  • Service Personal Data: Data collected, processed, or transferred using Zyte's services

(Last updated: 17th January, 2024)

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