How does the GDPR apply to Freegram and its users?
Freegram is a social media management tool and social media marketplace that enables its users to bring together their social networks and either manage its growth in one place or securely trade their digital assets. Because the content on social media is user-generated, it may at any time contain personal data if users of social media decide to share such information. As a result, the GDPR will apply to both Freegram and its users, but in different ways.
The GDPR distinguishes between organisations that are "data controllers" and those that are "data processors". As explained in our Privacy
Policy, Freegram is a data processor of content generated, requested or published via its supported social networks. As such, Freegram only processes content in accordance with the instructions our users give us through our services. Because our users control how their content is collected and used by them, our users are, in legal terms, the data controllers of the content that they process through our platform. Freegram is its users' data processor of that content.
For more information on the types and categories of data we and our users collect and process, please see our Privacy