Brutalismbot mirrors posts from the /r/brutalism subreddit to a #channel of your choosing using incoming webhooks. Post frequency depends on the volume of new submissions to /r/brutalism. Typical volume is ~6 posts per day.
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Brutalismbot retains no user data other than the original OAuth payload when a user installs the app. The OAuth payload is used to post messages to a channel via the incoming webhook provided in the OAuth payload.
Data archiving and removal policy
Brutalismbot removes the OAuth payload for a workspace when the app is uninstalled.
Data storage policy
Brutalismbot stores all data in an encrypted S3 bucket with no public access.
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Data deletion request procedure
When someone requests Brutalismbot to delete their data I instruct them to uninstall the app and verify their OAuth JSON document is removed from AWS S3.
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