Albemarle Code of Conduct for Business Partners - Flipbook - Page 23
Business Partners are also expected not to:
Disclose Albemarle intellectual property, business information
or personal data to third parties unless authorized to do so.
Use Albemarle intellectual property, business information or
personal data for personal benefit.
Albemarle’s information and communications technology
hardware and systems, including desktop or laptop
computers, Albemarle-owned handheld or mobile devices,
hard drives and other storage media, all hardware, software
and processes that collect, process, store and distribute data
in the Albemarle environment (ICT Hardware and Systems),
as well as all information created, stored and/or transmitted
on Albemarle ICT Hardware and Systems (along with any
Albemarle business information stored on the personal
devices of independent contractors who are authorized
To protect the company and our assets, resources and
employees, Albemarle monitors the use of its ICT Hardware
and Systems and may access, preserve, review and delete
data (including Albemarle business information on personal
devices of independent contractors) in accordance with
applicable policies and laws.
Users consent to permit all information they store or transmit
on Albemarle’s ICT Hardware and Systems, and any Albemarle
business information (including email and texts) they receive,
store, or transmit on a personal device, including personal
data, to be monitored, accessed and, in general, processed
by authorized Albemarle personnel and disclosed to law
enforcement authorities or other third parties, to the extent
permitted by law, and agree that they have no expectation
of privacy in such information.
WOR K ING WIT H ALBEM ARL E
to access Albemarle ICT Hardware and Systems), are the
property of Albemarle. Users have no expectation of
privacy in that information.