GDPR, the European Union regulation aimed at strengthening and unifying data protection for all individuals within the European Union comes into force on 25th May. The regulation brings a huge change to European data security, but it also impacts many non-EU based business as well.
Any company selling to or storing personal data or behavioural information of citizens in Europe (such as name, email address, location, photo, bank details, updates on social networking websites, medical information or a computer IP address etc) will have to comply. Moreover, any company with a web presence in EU or targeting European customers (that means for example having a website available in any language of the EU, a domain with EU country code or accepting payment in EU currency) will need to meet GDPR requirements as well.
What does GDPR change?
GDPR gives individuals the control over how their personal information is being collected, stored and used. Under GDPR individuals have the following rights:
- The right to be informed
- The right to access
- The right to be forgotten
- The right to object
- The right to data portability
HostBill has created a set of new features that will help HostBill users to implement necessary changes to ensure GDPR compliance.
You can read more about our GDPR compliance tools in our blog - http://blog.hostbillapp.com/2018/04/...ew-gdpr-tools/
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