In light of the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) which come into force on the 25th May 2018, we know there’s probably a lot of running around trying to ensure your business is compliant with the new regulations which form part of EU Law.
of your annual turnover could be forfeited for a lack of GDPR compliance
Just think, as you apply changes and introduce new supported components (whether they be extensions, add-ons or 3rd party integrations), you’ll get new policy sections immediately added en masse.
As such, the team at Sites Done Right have provided the flexibility for you to place additional comments and apply further stipulations to your arrangement. This fundamentally means that you have the power to create a policy which is suited to your customs, practices and procedures, in next to no time.
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Lastly, Sites Done Right is not legal solutions provider. As each business has separate and unique circumstances affecting the way that they manage and control data, we will always advise seeking independent professional legal advice regarding your business specific GDPR compliance.