GDPR, PII, SPD and Subprocessors

Information updated Mar 8th 2020

Rebrandly as a data controller

Personally Identifiable Information (PII)
As Data Controller we mainly collect, process and store the following PII.

A) In order to login to the platform and receive communications:

  • Company name
  • Name
  • Surname
  • Password
  • Avatar image
  • Email Address
  • Phone number

B) For billing and payments:

  • Credit card data (are processed through external subprocessors following the SCA requirements)
  • Billing Address
  • Company name
  • VAT ID

Sensitive Personal Data (SPD) Security

As Data Controller we do NOT collect or store Sensitive Personal Data such as Medical data, racial or ethnic origin, political opinions, religious or philosophical beliefs, trade union membership, health data, genetic data, biometric data, sex life or sexual orientation, criminal convictions etc.

Subprocessors
As Data Controller we mainly collect, process and store data using the following subprocessors. 

Subprocessor Name

Main sub-processing activities

Intercom

Customer support data

Zendesk

Customer support data

Amazon - AWS

Cloud services and data storage

Stripe

Payments data

Paypal - Braintree

Payments data

Rapid7 - Logentries

Internal logs

OpenSRS

Domain whois 

Getstream.io

Notifications

Hubspot

Customer Relationship Management

Gmail

Emails

Slack

Internal communications

HotJar

Usage recording

 

Rebrandly as a data processor

Personally Identifiable Information (PII), Sensitive Personal Data (SPD) Security, Subprocessors

As a data processor, we do NOT collect any PII or SPD, specifically we do NOT collect: ID number, Geolocation PII, IP address. IP addresses coming from the clicks are processed on Amazon AWS cloud services and anonymized before they are stored. 

 

This article is about:

  • GDPR PII
  • Personally Identifiable Information in the link tracking
  • Sensitive Personal Data (SPD) Security for branded links
  • Link retargeting GDPR

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