What is a Data Controller and a Data Processor?
GDPR introduces three important roles, which affect the rights and responsibilities an entity has. The three roles are:
- Data Subject: a natural person from whom data is available and who should be able to determine how their data will be collected, stored, and/or moved;
- Data Controller: a legal or natural person controlling the processing of personal data belonging to a Data Subject;
- Data Processor: a legal or natural person performing the processing of personal data belonging to a Data Subject;
Instead of trying to go into the deeper details of what a Data Subject, Data Controller and a Data Processor is and how it is determined, we recommend having a look at the article if you like to read more about the subject. While this isn’t strictly necessary to know as a user of Tenno Network, it still important as it relates to understanding how your data and information is processed by various parts of our infrastructure. Read more about it here, (opens up in a new tab/window): All you need to know about GDPR Controllers and Processors.