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We regularly publish updates to documentation housed at docs.fastly.com. On the dates listed here, we made changes we believe are significant according to our Terms of Service. You can subscribe to email updates of documentation changes (see the form on this page) and we also make these changes available a machine-readable feed for use with RSS-compatible software.

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Special Service Guide Update for March 9, 2020

Monday, March 9 2020 -

Due to improved security standards adopted by the CA/Browser Forum, the validity period of random values used for domain validation when requesting TLS certificates will be reduced to a 30-day rolling window. This change will take effect for our Shared TLS options and our Certificate Procurement, Management, and Hosting service on May 25, 2020.

In addition, we plan to retire shared certificates for TLS 1.2 connections by December 31, 2020. Fastly TLS, with its associated web interface and API, offers similar functionality to the shared certificate products. For general questions about this announcement, contact our customer support team at fastlytlsupdates@fastly.com.


Special Service Guide Update for November 27, 2019

Wednesday, November 27 2019 -

On November 27, 2019, Fastly updated the list of sub-processors we engage with in connection to provisioning of Fastly services. Our list of sub-processors now includes Fastly Cloud Iberica, S.L. as a Fastly Affiliate in Spain.


Special Service Guide Update for November 27, 2019

Wednesday, November 27 2019 -

On November 27, 2019, Fastly updated its Privacy Policy to address the requirements of the California Consumer Privacy Act of 2018 and other similar privacy laws.


Special Service Guide Update for November 8, 2019

Friday, November 8 2019 -

Fastly plans to retire the Round-robin director on May 8, 2020. It will not be supported beyond the retirement date for existing users. Fastly does not recommend new customers use the Round-robin director. Our existing Random director, with its associated API, offers similar functionality to the deprecated director policy. Current customers should migrate their director use from Round-robin to Random.


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