In addition to the policies described in HPE Data Privacy and Security Agreement, the Aruba Terms and Conditions, and the Meridian Terms and Conditions, Meridian has the following data retention policies.
The Meridian platform uses Google Cloud Services (GCS) for its servers for the purposes of storing and processing data. Most data is stored in the us-central GCS Data Region, which is located in Council Bluffs, Iowa, United States. Meridian Locations requiring European Union (EU) data storage are stored in the europe-west3 GCS Data Zone, which is located in Frankfurt, Germany.
Personally Identifiable Information (PII) Retention
All users can delete their own user accounts at any time using the Meridian Editor.
Location Sharing User (LSU) Data
Location Sharing, also called Find My Friends, is an opt-in feature that allows a person to share their location with one or more other people of their choosing within a Meridian-powered app. These users are known as Location Sharing Users (LSUs).
LSU data is tied to a specific device ID, but the feature itself doesn’t require personally identifiable information of any kind. However, some users choose to provide Personally Identifiable Information (PII) in their profile. As such, all LSU data is deleted when the Meridian Location which created the LSU is deleted or when that Meridian Location expires.
This option has minimum requirements which are discussed in the Location Sharing User (LSU) Privacy document.