Acceptable Use Policy

Last updated: May 1, 2020

Here at Brinqa, our goal is to help you and your team do the best work of your lives, every day. To do this, we need to keep our products and services running smoothly, quickly, and without distraction. For this to happen, we need help from you, our users. We need you not to misuse or abuse our products and services.

To describe exactly what we mean by “misuse” or “abuse” – and help us identify such transgressions, and react accordingly – we’ve created this Acceptable Use Policy. Under this policy, we reserve the right to remove content that is inconsistent with the spirit of the guidelines, even if it’s something that is not forbidden by the letter of the policy. In other words, if you do something that isn’t listed here verbatim, but it looks or smells like something listed here, we may still remove it.

You’ll see the word “services” a lot throughout this page. That refers to all websites owned or operated by Brinqa (such as, and any related websites, sub-domains and pages) as well as any hosted services operated by Brinqa (such as Brinqa Cloud offerings).

Use your judgment, and let’s be kind to each other so we can keep creating great things. You can find all the legal fine print at the bottom of this page.



Wrongful activities


Inappropriate communications


Inappropriate content

Posting, uploading, sharing, submitting, or otherwise providing content that:

In this Acceptable Use Policy, the term “content” means: (1) any information, data, text, software, code, scripts, music, sound, photos, graphics, videos, messages, tags, interactive features, or other materials that you post, upload, share, submit, or otherwise provide in any manner to the services and (2) any other materials, content, or data you provide to Brinqa or use with the Services.

Without affecting any other remedies available to us, Brinqa may permanently or temporarily terminate or suspend a user’s account or access to the services without notice or liability if Brinqa (in its sole discretion) determines that a user has violated this Acceptable Use Policy.