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 May 6, 2021
As announced, Fastly has retired its Shared and Shared Wildcard TLS certificates and Certificate Procurement, Management, and Hosting products. On May 24th, as part of that retirement, we will remove the portions of the Fastly web interface that currently allow customers to view and manage shared and procured certificates. Fastly TLS, with its associated web interface and API, includes replacement functionality for managing multiple domains on dedicated certificates.
Special Service Guide Update for April 29, 2021
On April 29, 2021, Fastly updated the list of sub-processors we engage with in connection to provisioning of Fastly services. Our list of sub-processors now includes Microsoft Corporation as a third-party service providers in the United States. This new sub-processor is being added because they are used in providing new services that are available to Fastly customers. We have not made a change to our infrastructure for existing services.
Special Service Guide Update for March 8, 2021
On March 8, 2021, Fastly updated the list of sub-processors we engage with in connection to provisioning of Fastly services. Our list of sub-processors now includes Amazon Web Services, Inc. and MongoDB Atlas as third-party service providers in the United States. These new sub-processors are being added because they are used in providing new services that are available to Fastly customers. We have not made a change to our infrastructure for existing services.
In addition, we posted an updated Terms of Service (TOS). The updates go into effect for all new customers signing up for Fastly Services on or after March 8, 2021. You can view prior versions of our Terms of Service in our archive.
Special Service Guide Update for December 16, 2020
The Court of Justice of the European Union has issued a ruling regarding data transfers from the European Union to the United States which invalidates the EU-US Privacy Shield as a mechanism to transfer personal data from the EU to the US. However, the CJEU also confirmed that companies can continue to rely on Standard Contractual Clauses (also known as model clauses) as a valid mechanism for transferring data from the EU. Following the CJEU’s ruling, the Swiss Federal Data Protection and Information Commissioner determined that the Swiss-US Privacy Shield is also no longer a valid mechanism of transfer for transferring personal data from Switzerland to the United States.
Since first published, Fastly’s Data Processing Terms (DPT) have incorporated the SCCs as a mechanism of transfer where the Privacy Shield did not apply and Fastly customers relying on the DPT were not at risk of using an invalid mechanism of transfer after the CJEU ruling.
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