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opurbo c
Aug 03, 2022
In Fashion Forum
This is fine as long as you have clearly stated the data to be collected and processed, and visitors to your website have given their explicit consent to the collection of this data. However, don't forget that all of this must happen before you can collect any personal information from the individual . You should also be careful when using any third-party tools that process personal data. Art under GDPR. Referring to Figure 4, you may still be responsible for data collected or processed by third parties on your behalf. What if you don't comply? This part of GDPR is clear. If a company violates the Latest Mailing Database GDPR, there can be fines, and the fines are severe. According to art. Under GDPR 83, your company may be subject to a fine of 4% of the company's annual global turnover or €20 million, whichever is higher. Privacy Policy The first step to do is to write a good privacy policy. Art. Article 13 of the GDPR requires that anyone processing personal data must state the data being processed in a clear, understandable and concise manner. Some of the questions your privacy policy should answer are: What data is being collected? How will you use it? Will you share it with anyone? If yes, with whom? opt-in/out Due to the requirement of explicit consent, all forms related to data processing should be set to "No" by default. The GDPR also grants another right to natural persons, the right to be forgotten (Article 17). Anyone can request that their data be removed from your database at any time, and you must comply with them. To make this task easier, you should make it simple for users to revoke their permissions.
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