You can collect information about meeting participants using various capabilities in Adobe Connect, such as event registration forms, polls, and the Q&A pod. There are various privacy regulations in different countries that can impose a range of requirements on data collectors such as our Customers. These requirements include, but are not limited to the following:
- Specifying the purpose for which the participant’s information (such as email address and name) is collected and indicating how such data will be used.
- Collecting an opt-in/opt-out or consent from the participant to receive marketing messages.
To help Adobe's customers with their obligation to comply with such regulations, Adobe Connect offers the following tools.
Enforcing acceptance of a compliance notice before allowing participants to log in to the meeting room
An Adobe Connect account administrator can set a compliance notice that is shown to anyone joining a meeting. Participants must accept this notice to enter the meeting room. This compliance notice can contain detailed information around the purpose for which the participant information is being collected. This notice can also contain hyperlinks to Adobe Connect customers’ own privacy policies. The compliance notice can be set from Administration > Compliance And Control > Recordings And Notice > Enable Compliance Notice.
Event registration pages created using Adobe Connect Events Module (Coming in Adobe Connect 9)
Adobe provides these tools for customer convenience only, and the customer’s use of such tools does not imply or guarantee Customer’s compliance with any laws. Customers must comply with all local laws; interpretation of and compliance with such laws are the responsibility of the customer.