GDPR Privacy Policy

GDPR Privacy Policy


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One of the most important aspects of GDPR compliance is your Privacy Policy. The GDPR has increased requirements for Privacy Policies, as well as for getting consent for your Policy terms. Learn more in this informative presentation, and read our related blog post here:



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GDPR Privacy Policy
The General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) took effect on May 25, 2018.
If the GDPR applies to you, you’ll need to make sure your Privacy Policy is updated.
Who the GDPR Applies to
The GDPR will apply to your business if you:
Offer products or services to EU citizens, or Collect personal information from EU citizens
Note that it doesn’t matter where your business is located/headquartered. If you meet either of these criteria, the GDPR applies to you.
For example, a U.S.-based business that simply collects email addresses from users in the EU will fall under the scope of the GDPR.
What the GDPR Requires
The GDPR comes with a number of enhancements to the current privacy law in the UK - the Data Protection Directive.
New responsibilities(1) for Data Controllers Data Processors(2) are now covered by the law The new role ofData Protection Officer(3) has been created
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The main focus of the GDPR is the protection of personal data and digital privacy.
Users must be provided with thorough information about how their personal data is processed.
Here’s where your Privacy Policy comes in.
GDPR-Compliant Privacy Policy
Article 12 of the GDPR(4) requires that you communicate information about your processing of personal data in a way that’s: Concise Transparent In clear and plain language Intelligible Easily accessible Free of charge
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