Streethawk is committed to privacy and user rights. Leading up to the implementation of the GDPR, we’ve worked hard building features that give our customers control of the data that is stored on the Streethawk and Pointzi platforms. All customers have access and are impacted by these changes, regardless of whether the GDPR specifically impacts you. If you have customers in the EU, its likely you are impacted, this page is informational only. We built this page to outline some of the key GDPR principles and terms and present how they apply to your use of Streethawk products and services (for brevity the document will just refer to “Streethawk” to mean all products). Please review this carefully and share it with your privacy team with the legal documents listed below.
Disclaimer: EU data protection laws, including the GDPR, are complex. This guide should not be considered legal advice. Please consult a legal professional for details on how the GDPR impacts your business.
General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR)¶
Controllers and Processors¶
There are two key relationships that are defined in the GDPR. As a customer of Streethawk, you operate as the controller when using our products and services. You have the responsibility for ensuring that the personal data you are collecting is being processed in a lawful manner as described above and that you are using processors, such as Streethawk, that are committed to handling the data in a compliant manner. Streethawk is considered a processor. We act on the instructions of the controller (you), which come in the form of API or Dashboard user requests. Similar to controllers, processors are expected to enumerate how they handle personal data, which we have outlined in this document and the legal documents listed below. As a processor, we rely on our customer to ensure that there is a lawful basis for processing. Processors may leverage other third-parties in the processing of personal data. These entities are commonly referred to as sub-processors. For example, Streethawk leverages cloud infrastructure providers like Amazon Web Services, Mailgun (if you use us for email delivery), Twilio Rackspace (if you use us for SMS Text Message delivery), and Softlayer to host Streethawk.
How Streethawk Uses Personal Data¶
Streethawk believes in being fully transparent in how we handle and process personal data. We keep data as long as it is necessary to provide our services. Where possible, we employ mechanisms that allow us to automatically remove data after it is no longer needed to offer our services.
Push Notification Title and Body – Because the dashboard allows customisation by the App Owner (“controller”), its possible that personal information be contained in there and retained. This is not a common practice but the usage of data such as “first name” may be possible and be by the controller.
Feed Title and Body – Similar consideration to Push Notification content should be considered by the controller.
Email Message Bodies – Streethawk is in the process of reducing our storage of email messages. Because we use Mailgun to deliver emails and our customers have established direct accounts with Mailgun, you should check their handling of GDPR. To get status on the current implementation, please contact the Privacy Officer.
SMS Messages – Streethawk is in the process of reducing our storage of SMS messages. Because we use Twilio to deliver SMS and our customers have established direct accounts with Twilio, you should check their handling of GDPR. To get status on the current implementation, please contact the Privacy Officer. Finally, our staff may data to aid customers in a customer support capacity. Access to customer apps is limited and all employees are subject to our confidentiality provisions.
Data Subject Rights¶