Customer Data from Meta Quest for Business

Customer Data is the data and content (including user and device configuration information) that your organization and people in your organization submit while using Admin Center and managed Accounts Center. However, Customer Data excludes:
  • Data shared with the Meta Quest operating system that is utilized to perform necessary functions, such as downloading and running applications, network connections, device configurations and third-party device management configurations
  • Data that you permit to share with other apps, and that may be subject to other terms and policies
  • The content you or people in your organization provide when providing feedback or reporting bugs, and communications with technical support, through Admin Center.
What Customer Data is collected?
The Customer Data that Meta collects for Meta Quest for Business includes (but is not limited to) your:
  • Name
  • Email address
  • Username and password
  • Work title and department information
  • Billing and payment information
Customer Data is only used by Meta to:
  • Provide and improve Quest for Business
  • Promote safety, integrity and security
  • Comply with applicable law
Meta does not sell Customer Data or use it for any other purpose, including personalizing consumer Meta Products or advertising.
Learn more about what Customer Data is collected and how it’s used in the Meta for Work Privacy Disclosure and Terms of Service.
What your organization can view when you’re using a Meta account it manages
When you’re using a managed Meta account, your organization can see things like:
  • Personal information such as name, employee ID, department and job title
  • Contact information such as location, phone number and email address
  • Account information such as admin role, when your account was created, your account status (for example, whether you’ve activated your account)
  • Your authentication method (password or single sign-on). Admins cannot see your password.
  • Security information such as when you’ve logged in and from what device, invalid two-factor authentication attempts, when you’ve logged out and when you’ve changed your password.
Your managed Meta account information is not visible to people outside your organization.
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