Data Privacy Policy

Human Edge Data Privacy Policy


At Human Edge (“HE,” “us,” “we,” or “our”), we take your privacy seriously and want you to understand how we collect and process your personal information in relation to the services offered by Human Edge.


Information We Collect

  • Yourself, when you provide such information directly to us, such as when completing your profile.
  • A wearable device, that you wear.
  • Automatic data collection, such as Cookies, local storage objects, web beacons, and other similar technologies in connection with your use of the Services.
  • Customers and partners, such as employers, insurance companies, coaches, teams, or other organizations that engage with our Services.

Types of Personal Data Collected

  • Contact details, such as your first and last name, email and phone number.
  • Profile data, such as username and password that you may establish to create a Human Edge profile.
  • Communications, that we exchange with you, including when you contact us via email, web app, or mobile app with questions, feedback, or reviews.
  • Wellness Data from Wearables, such as resting heart rate, heart rate variability, skin temperature, blood oxygen saturation level and acceleration; metadata on workouts and sleep; the type of physical activity you engage in and the duration of your activity; data reflecting strain and recovery; your physiological profile, including birthday, gender identity, weight, height, fitness/athlete level.
  • Device data, such as your mobile device operating system type and version, manufacturer and model, browser type, screen resolution, RAM and disk size, CPU usage, device type (e.g., phone, tablet), IP Address, unique identifiers (including identifiers used for advertising purposes), language settings, mobile device carrier, radio/network information (e.g., Wi-Fi, LTE, 3G), and general location information such as city, state, or geographic area.
  • Geolocation data, such as GPS, IP Address, and movement on certain exercise types.
  • Online activity data, such as the screens you view in the app and how long you spent on a screen.

Where Data Is Stored

We use the data centers of Amazon Web Services which are located around the world. Personal Data may be processed on servers located outside of the country where our users and customers are located because Service Data is typically processed by centralized or regionalized operations like billing, support, and security. Regardless of where Personal Data is processed, we apply the same protections described in this Privacy Notice.

How We Share Data

Currently, we do not share your data with any third party entities. All the personal data resides within Human Edge and the resources owned by Human Edge.


Deletion and Retention of Data

We retain Personal Data for different periods of time depending on what it is and how we use it. Personal Data is deleted or anonymized once it is no longer needed. For each type of data and operation, we set retention timeframes based on the purpose for its collection, and ensure it is kept for no longer than necessary. Sometimes we need to retain certain information for an extended period of time for legitimate business or legal purposes.


When we delete Personal Data, we follow detailed steps to make sure that the data is securely and completely removed from our active systems or retained only in anonymized form. We take measures to ensure that our services protect information from accidental or malicious deletion through the use of backup systems.



Aggregated Data

Aggregated Data is data that has undergone a process whereby raw data is gathered and expressed in a summary form for statistical analysis. Raw data can be aggregated over a given time period, across individuals, or both, to provide statistics such as average, minimum, maximum, sum, and count. After the data is aggregated, analysis can be performed to gain insights about particular data sets. When data is aggregated across a number of individuals, the resulting aggregation is considered anonymized such that it is no longer Personal Data.


The California Consumer Privacy Act, or CCPA, is a state law that provides California consumers with robust data privacy rights. These rights include the right to know, the right to delete, and the right to opt-out of “sale” of personal information that businesses collect, as well as additional protections for minors. A “sale” under the CCPA is defined as “selling, renting, releasing, disclosing, disseminating, making available, transferring, or otherwise communicating orally, in writing, or by electronic or other means, a consumer’s personal information by the business to another business or to a third party for monetary or other valuable consideration.”


Cookies are small files which are stored on a user’s computer. They are designed to hold a modest amount of data specific to a particular user and website, and can be accessed either by the web server or the user computer. This allows the server to deliver a page tailored to a particular user, or the page itself can contain some script which is aware of the data in the cookie and is therefore able to carry information from one visit to the website (or related site) to the next.

De-Identified Data

De-Identified Data is data where all the personally identifiable information has been removed, rendering the data anonymous by stripping out information that would allow an individual’s identity to be determined from the remaining data. Data is “de-identified” to protect the privacy and identity of individuals associated with the data. De-identified Data is no longer Personal Data.


The General Data Protection Regulation, or GDPR, is a data privacy and security regulation under European law that sets guidelines for the collection and processing of personal information from individuals who live in the European Economic Area, Switzerland and United Kingdom (collectively, “Europe” or “European”). The GDPR provides data protection rights to European residents and applies to any organization that offers goods or services to individuals in Europe, even if that organization is not based in Europe.

IP Address

An IP Address is a unique address that identifies a device on the internet or a local network. It allows a system to be recognized by other systems connected via the internet protocol. An IP Address may be considered Personal Data and is at times used by advertisers to serve interest-based ads.

Personal Data

Personal Data is any data that identifies or relates to you as a particular individual, including information referred to as “personally identifiable information” or “personal information” under applicable data privacy laws, rules, or regulations.


Services means, collectively, our websites, mobile apps, and wearable devices.


A wearable sensor that, when used in connection with the Services, collects certain types of Personal Data.

Wellness Data

Wellness Data is data collected by your wearable sensor including your heart rate, heart rate variability, sleep duration, respiratory rate, skin temperature, blood oxygen saturation level, and data such as the type of activity you engage in and the duration of your physical activity.

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