Auth0 Data Processing Agreement

At the end or expiry of the current service agreement, the data importer deletes the data from the service`s data exporter. If you need to get the approval of existing users and decide to migrate your users from an existing database to Auth0, you can use our Automatic User Migration feature. When you turn it on, they are created in Auth0 every time a user logs in for the first time (since it was activated) without the need to reset their password. To do this, you must choose the connections (where end user data and passwords are located) that use the privacy and cookie policy for the site hosted at (“our website”) and for other authentic activities where you can provide your personal data, such as sponsored events or fairs. The site is operated by or on behalf of Auth0, Inc. (“we,” “we”). We are committed to protecting and respecting your privacy. Write the notification, users see how the user`s data is used, how long the data is used, the user`s rights, etc., and the user`s access field. If you use a custom registration form with a database connection, you need to add an extra field to the login screen to record the user`s consent. Then go to the Signup API authentication endpoint to create the user in Auth0. At this point, you can set the approval information as part of the user_metadata. Personal data transmitted by the data exporter to the data importer relates to the following categories of individuals: organizations that control the data must appoint a data protection representative, while organizations, the data importer, a global provider of technology services for businesses, has agreed to provide authentication services (on a software-a-service basis) to the data exporter, including the processing of personal data.

The data exporter has the option to configure the Services, access the Services, correct them, block them, export and remove them from the Services in accordance with the terms of use or the service agreement. You can also exercise the above rights at any time by contacting us Please contact us at the However, you have the right to contact your local data protection authority (see for data protection authorities in the EU).