Last updated: May 23, 2018
This is probably one of the shortest GDPR policies you will read… and deliberately so! The reason for that is that our retention and use of user data has always been as minimalistic and transparent as possible. So to explain this in a policy, we listed the key questions on user data and answered them in simple terms ;
What information is being collected?
When a client signs up, we need just the first name, surname and email address of each user. In circumstances where a user wish to pos directly to social, they will have the opportunity to store their social media account details securely in the platform.
Who is collecting it?
The platform collects the data and stores it securely on our cloud based servers
How is it collected?
We enter the user details in the studio, or we assign a super user of a client who adds team members on their own behalf.
Why is it being collected?
It’s used for identification and security to log into a user account.
How will it be used?
It will be used for logging in to platform. Then any activity on the platform will be stored to give a greater level of analytics to the user and their team.
Who will it be shared with?
It will not be shared with anyone
What will be the effect of this on the individuals concerned?
The effect will be minimal to the individual outside of platform use.
Is the intended use likely to cause individuals to object or complain?
We have never sent marketing or advertising emails on behalf of the platform, and have no short or medium term desire to do so. If that policy ever changes, you will be given full and proper notice in advance.
Who do I contact to remove user details
By emailing us at firstname.lastname@example.org or calling the office, we will arrange the full deletion of a user’s details within 1 week.