Well, Traxillion acts as both, a data processor and a data controller under GDPR.
Traxillion as Data Processor: When customers use Traxillion services to process personal data in their content, Traxillion acts as a data processor. Customers can use the controls available in Traxillion for the handling of personal data. Under these circumstances, the customer acts as a data controller, and Traxillion acts as a data processor.
Traxillion as Data Controller: When Traxillion collects personal data and determines the purposes and means of processing that personal data – for example, when Traxillion stores information for account registration, administration, and/or contact information for the Traxillion account to provide assistance through customer support activities – it acts as a data controller.
As a data controller, you decide what data you collect and what Traxillion does with it. Every Traxillion customer should consider the following points for GDPR compliance:
- As a data controller, determine the data you collect , as well as the data we store and process on your behalf. At Traxillion, your data always belongs to you. Depending on the Traxillion product or service you use, we may process personal data for you.
- Provide transparency through privacy notices and/or policies to end users that detail how you collect and use information, obtain consents (if needed), and respond to requests from end users regarding their data.
- Maintain and respond directly to all the requests, end user inquiry about what data you maintain about them or decide they no longer want a relationship with you.