By Princess Jones
The recent passing of the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) legislation has made a lot of waves for entrepreneurs. The GDPR was meant to protect European Union citizens from misuse and mishandling of their data online. If you’ve noticed the recent flurry of updated privacy policies and terms from all of the organizations and businesses in your lives, this is what triggered it.
While you and your business may not reside in the EU, if you do business of any sort online, you might be affected. Now is a great time to review your website’s privacy policies to make sure that it has all the necessary elements.
The Information Your Company Collects
Do you use data analytical tools like Google Analytics? You also need to let them know whether you collect analytical data about how they access and use the site. This information might include their browser information, operating system, and IP address.
What You Do with the Information
Users Responsibilities with Their Data