Data Processing Addendum

Scope of this Data Processing Addendum (“DPA”)

1.1 This DPA forms part of the Terms between you and Soundbite Inc. with regard to the
processing of personal data that is subject to the General Data Protection Regulation
(Regulation (EU) 2016/679) (“GDPR”). Terms used herein that are not otherwise defined
have the meanings given in the Terms.
1.2 The parties agree that Soundbite Inc. acts as a data processor for you in providing the
Service.
1.3 “Personal data” has the meaning given in the GDPR.
1.4 “Standard Contractual Clauses” means the clauses annexed to EU Commission
Decision 2010/87/EU of 5 February 2010 on standard contractual clauses for the transfer
of personal data to processors established in third countries under Directive 95/46/EC of
the European Parliament and of the Council (OJ L 39, 12.2.2010, p. 5-18).
1.5 “International Data Transfer” means any transfer of Controller Personal Data from the
EEA, Switzerland or the United Kingdom to an international organization or to a country
outside of the EEA, Switzerland and the United Kingdom.

Processing of personal data
2.1 The parties agree that Processor will process the personal data only for the purposes
of providing the Service. The types of personal data and the specific uses of the personal
data are specified in Exhibit A attached hereto.
2.2 Controller hereby authorizes Processor to perform International Data Transfers to any
country deemed adequate by the EU Commission; or pursuant to the Standard
Contractual Clauses. By signing this DPA, Controller and Processor conclude the
Standard Contractual Clauses, which are hereby incorporated into this DPA and
completed as follows: the “data exporter” is Controller; the “data importer” is Processor;
the governing law in Clause 9 and Clause 11.3 of the Standard Contractual Clauses is
the law of the country in which Controller is established; Appendix 1 and Appendix 2 to
the Standard Contractual Clauses, are Exhibits A and B to this DPA respectively; and the
optional indemnification clause is struck. If Processor’s compliance with the Standard
Contractual Clauses is affected by circumstances outside of Processor’s control, including
if the Standard Contractual Clauses are invalidated, amended, or replaced, then
Controller and Processor will work together in good faith to reasonably resolve such noncompliance.

Processor’s general obligations
3.1 Processor must ensure that persons authorized to process the personal data have
committed themselves to confidentiality or are under an appropriate statutory obligation of
confidentiality.
3.2 Processor shall implement appropriate technical and organizational measures to
prevent the personal data from being:
(i) accidentally or unlawfully destroyed, lost or altered,
(ii) disclosed or made available without authorization, or
(iii) otherwise processed in violation of applicable laws.
3.3 The appropriate technical and organizational security measures must be determined
with due regard for:
(i) the current state of the art,
(ii) the cost of their implementation, and
(iii) the nature, scope, context and purposes of processing as well as the risk of varying
likelihood and severity for the rights and freedoms of natural persons.
3.4 Processor shall upon request provide Controller with sufficient information to enable
Controller to ensure that Processor complies with its obligations under this DPA, including
ensuring that the appropriate technical and organizational security measures have been
implemented.
3.5 Controller is entitled at Controller’s own cost to appoint an independent expert who
shall have access to Processor’s premises and receive the necessary information in order
to be able to audit whether Processor complies with its obligations under this DPA,
including ensuring that the appropriate technical and organizational security measures
have been implemented. Controller shall provide Processor with 14 days prior written
notice, and Controller is obligated to ensure that the expert signs a customary nondisclosure agreement, treats all information obtained or received from Processor
confidentially, and may only share the information with Controller. Any findings or reports
created on the basis of such an inspection must be shared with Processor and shall be
regarded as confidential information.
3.6 Processor must without undue delay after becoming aware of the facts in writing notify
Controller about:
(i) any request for disclosure of personal data processed under this DPA by authorities,
unless expressly prohibited under European Union or member state law,
(ii) any finding of (a) breach of security that results in accidental or unlawful destruction,
loss, alteration, unauthorized disclosure of, or access to, personal data transmitted,
stored or otherwise processed by Processor in connection with the Service, or (b) other
failure to comply with Processor’s obligations under this DPA, or
(iii) any request for access to the personal data received directly from the data subjects or
from third parties relating to the processing of personal data on Controller’s behalf.
3.7 Processor must promptly assist Controller with the handling of any requests from data
subjects under Chapter III of the GDPR, including requests for access, rectification,
blocking or deletion, which relates to the processing of personal data in connection with
the Service.
3.8 Processor must assist Controller with meeting the other obligations that may be
incumbent on Controller according to European Union or member state law related to
data processing where the assistance of Processor is implied, and where the assistance
of Processor is necessary for Controller to comply with Controller’s data protection
obligations.

Subprocessors
4.1 Controller hereby grant Processor a general authorization to engage subprocessors.
At the time of this DPA, Processor uses the subprocessors listed here to provide the
Service. Processor undertakes to inform Controller of any intended changes concerning
the addition or replacement of a subprocessor by providing prior written notice via
Controller’s account. If Controller can document objective and valid reasons not to accept
suggested new subprocessors, Controller may object to the use of these suggested new
subprocessors. If Processor chooses not to suggest alternative subprocessors, or if
Controller has valid and objective reasons to object to all suggested alternatives,
Controller is entitled to terminate the Terms with Processor within 30 days after receiving
notice hereof.
4.2 Prior to the engagement of a subprocessor, Processor shall conclude a written
agreement with the subprocessor, in which at least the same data protection obligations
as set out in this DPA shall be imposed on the subprocessor, including an obligation to
implement appropriate technical and organizational measures in such a manner that the
processing will meet the requirements of the GDPR.

Term and consequences of the termination of this DPA
5.1 The term of this DPA shall correspond to the term of the Terms.
5.2 On Controller’s request, Processor shall immediately transfer or delete (including
anonymize) personal data which Processor is processing for Controller, unless European
Union or member state law requires storage of the personal data.

Priority
6.1 If any of the provisions of this DPA conflict with the provisions of the Terms, the
provisions of this DPA shall prevail.

Exhibit A
Subject Matter of Processing
The subject matter of the processing is the Service pursuant to the Terms.
Duration of Processing
The processing will continue until the expiration or termination of the Terms.
Categories of Data Subjects
Employees and other authorized users of Controller.
Nature and Purpose of Processing
• Nature: Processing as part of the Service provided to Controller by Processor
under the Terms.
• Purpose: The purpose of the processing is to provide the Service pursuant to the
Terms.
Types of Personal Data
Includes the following:
• Name, email address, payment information and related personal data required to
register for the Service;
• Transaction logs for transactions conducted by Controller using the Service;
• Information about the Controller hardware and software used to access the
Service;
• Information collected by tracking Controller’s posting and usage of content on the
Service;
• Employee authentication information, including user IDs such as user email
addresses and organization group and department information to allow Controller
to create access control policies;
• Other data provided by Controller to facilitate Processor’s provision of the Service
to Controller.

Exhibit B
Security Measures
Processor will implement the following types of security measures:

Physical access control
Technical and organizational measures to prevent unauthorized persons from gaining
access to the data processing systems available in premises and facilities (including
databases, application servers and related hardware):
• Establishing security areas, restriction of access paths;
• Establishing access authorizations for employees and third parties;
• Access control system (ID reader, magnetic card, chip card);
• Key management, card-keys procedures;
• Door locking (electric door openers etc.);
• Security staff, janitors;
• Surveillance facilities, video/CCTV monitor, alarm system; and
• Securing decentralized data processing equipment and personal computers.

Virtual access control
Technical and organizational measures to prevent data processing systems from being
used by unauthorized persons include:
• User identification and authentication procedures;
• ID/password security procedures (special characters, minimum length, change of
password);
• Automatic blocking (e.g. password or timeout);
• Monitoring of break-in-attempts and automatic turn-off of the user ID upon several
erroneous passwords attempts;
• Creation of one master record per user, user-master data procedures per data
processing environment; and
• Encryption of archived data media.

Data access control
Technical and organizational measures to ensure that persons entitled to use a data
processing system gain access only to Personal Data in accordance with their access
rights, include:
• Internal policies and procedures;
• Control authorization schemes;
• Differentiated access rights (profiles, roles, transactions and objects);
• Monitoring and logging of accesses;
• Disciplinary action against employees who access Customer Personal Data
without authorization;
• Reports of access;
• Access procedure;
• Change procedure;
• Deletion procedure; and
• Encryption.

Disclosure control
Technical and organizational measures to ensure that Personal Data cannot be read,
copied, modified or deleted without authorization during electronic transmission, transport
or storage on storage media (manual or electronic), and that it can be verified to which
companies or other legal entities Personal Data are disclosed, include:
• Encryption/tunneling;
• Logging; and
• Transport security.

Entry control
Technical and organizational measures to monitor whether Personal Data have been
entered, changed or removed (deleted), and by whom, from data processing systems,
include:
• Logging and reporting systems; and
• Audit trails and documentation.

Control of instructions
Technical and organizational measures to ensure that Personal Data are Processed
solely in accordance with the instructions of the Controller include:
• Unambiguous wording of the contract;
• Formal commissioning (request form); and
• Criteria for selecting the Processor.

Availability control
Technical and organizational measures to ensure that Personal Data are protected
against accidental destruction or loss (physical/logical) include:
• Backup procedures;
• Uninterruptible power supply (UPS);
• Remote storage;
• Anti-virus/firewall systems; and

Separation control
Technical and organizational measures to ensure that Personal Data collected for
different purposes can be Processed separately include:
• Separation of databases;
• Segregation of functions (production/testing); and
• Procedures for storage, amendment, deletion, transmission of data for different
purposes