The General Data Protection Regulation (“GDPR”) came into effect on May 25, 2018 with the purpose of modernizing the European Union’s protection of personal information and harmonizing data privacy laws across Europe. Bluebeam’s GDPR Compliance page provides an overview of Bluebeam’s compliance with GDPR.
Bluebeam’s end-user license agreements describe the rights and obligations you undertake when you license Bluebeam’s Revu® desktop software application. The end-user license agreement governs your license and use of the Revu® software application unless you have a written agreement executed by Bluebeam, in which case such executed agreement shall control.
In addition, all of Bluebeam’s products and services are subject to an Acceptable Use Policy.
Bluebeam’s Terms of Sale describe the rights and obligations that you agree to when you purchase products and services from Bluebeam’s webstore.
As a Nemetschek Group company, Bluebeam is committed to high standards of integrity and business conduct. As part of that commitment Bluebeam has aligned itself to the Nemetschek Group’s policies in this regard. To learn more, click here. For Bluebeam’s code of conduct, click here. For Bluebeam’s policy on the UK Modern Slavery act, click here.
Bluebeam, Inc. is registered with the United States Copyright Office as a Service Provider (refer to the Digital Millennium Copyright Act 17 USC 512).
Bluebeam’s DMCA Policy establishes Bluebeam’s commitment to the protection of intellectual property laws and the rights of others. On this page you will find information about the copyright infringement procedures that apply to Bluebeam. If you believe that anyone has violated your copyright while using or in connection with the use of Bluebeam’s online services please send us a notice as described in the DMCA Policy.
Patents: The patent section of Bluebeam’s Intellectual Property webpage is provided to satisfy the virtual patent marking provisions of various jurisdictions including the America Invents Act and 35 U.S.C. § 287(a).
Trademarks: The trademark section of Bluebeam’s Intellectual Property webpage is a non-exhaustive list of Bluebeam’s trademarks and service marks.
Section 508 of the Rehabilitation Act of 1973 requires that the federal government procure and use technology that is accessible to people with disabilities.
VPATs – Voluntary Product Accessibility Templates detail the accessibility features of Bluebeam products and help government customers determine their own compliance.
Bluebeam’s System and Organization Controls (SOC) Report is an independent third-party examination report that demonstrates how Bluebeam achieves key compliance controls and objectives to support operations. This report describes Bluebeam’s controls environment that specifically meet the SOC 2 Trust Services Criteria for Security & Availability.