Last updated: 2016-11-08
Google Issue Tracker Service Specific Terms
In addition to the Google Terms of Service,
the following additional terms apply to your use of Google Issue Tracker. Google may make changes
to this policy from time to time.
- Your Content in Google Issue Tracker. Google Issue Tracker is a service that
allows you to collaborate and interact directly with Google on projects as well as submit issues
and information to Google. Google Issue Tracker permits you and other users to upload, submit,
store, send or receive information and other content (collectively, "Content"). When you use
Google Issue Tracker to upload, submit, store, send or receive Content, you give Google (and
those we work with) a worldwide license to use, host, store, reproduce, modify, create
derivative works, communicate, publish, publicly perform, publicly display and distribute such
Content for the purposes of collaborating on Google projects; reviewing and responding to user
submissions; operating and improving existing Google services and operations, and developing new
ones; and protecting Google, its services, operations, and users. This license continues even if
you stop using Google Issue Tracker. Administrators and users may set the view and access
privileges to certain issues. This may mean your email address and Content may be visible to
other users who are authorized to access that issue and your access to issues may sometimes be
- Do not submit any of the following Content to Google using Google Issue Tracker:
- Sensitive Personal Information: Do not submit highly sensitive
personal information such as financial account numbers, credit card numbers, drivers
license or national identification numbers, medical or healthcare information, or
similar forms of sensitive personal data.
- Sexually Explicit Material: Do not submit Content that contains any
sexually explicit material, including nudity or child pornography. Do not post Content
that drives traffic to sexually explicit or pornography sites.
- Violent Depictions: Do not submit depictions or images involving
- Hate Speech: Do not post Content that promotes hatred or violence
towards groups of people based on their race, ethnic origin, religion, disability,
gender, age, veteran status, or sexual orientation/gender identity.
- Executable Malware or Malicious Software: Do not transmit malware,
including viruses or any other malicious or destructive code in binary or executable
form. We don't allow Content that harms or interferes with Google’s or any other party’s
networks, servers, or other infrastructure. However, we do allow you to send us issue
reports that contain attached malware code for security reasons, but not in
- Spam: Do not submit unsolicited commercial or promotional Content.
- Generic File Hosting: Do not store data that is not relevant to
projects listed in Google Issue Tracker.
- If you have inadvertently submitted inappropriate Content, please request removal
filing a support ticket.
Prohibited Behavior. Google does not permit the use of Google Issue Tracker for
inappropriate or illegal activity, including the following:
- Harassment or Bullying: Do not threaten, harass, or bully other users.
- Impersonation or Deceptive Behavior: Do not use our products to
impersonate other people.
- Account Hijacking: Do not access another user's account without their
permission. Do not use our products for phishing or other scams.
- Infringing Intellectual Property: Do not infringe other people’s
intellectual property rights, including patent, copyright, trademark, trade secret, and
other proprietary rights. For more information or to file a DMCA request, please visit our
copyright procedures Help Center at
Confidentiality. If Confidential Information is shared between You and Google
as a result of Your use of Google Issue Tracker, the recipient will not disclose the other
party’s Confidential Information, except to employees, affiliates, agents, or professional
advisors (“Delegates”) who need to know it and who have a legal obligation to keep it
confidential. The recipient will ensure that its Delegates are also subject to the same
non-disclosure and use obligations. The recipient may disclose Confidential Information when
required by law after giving reasonable notice to the discloser, if permitted by law. For
purposes of this Section, “Confidential Information” means information that one party discloses
to the other party during Your use of Google Issue Tracker, and that is marked as confidential
or would normally be considered confidential information under the circumstances. It does not
include information that is independently developed by the recipient, is rightfully given to the
recipient by a third party without confidentiality obligations, or becomes public through no
fault of the recipient.