GDPR Facts

Learn To Love GDPR & Why You Should Care

What is GDPR anyway?

The GDPR (General Data Protection Regulation) seeks to create a harmonised data protection law framework across the European Union (EU) and aims to give back to data subjects, control of their personal data, whilst imposing strict rules on those hosting and processing this data, anywhere in the world.

Who is GDPR for?

You need to be GDPR complaint or be fined. GDPR is a mandate for EVERY business.

If you are a small business owner and your website receives traffic from European visitors, do not put your business at risk.

Now, there is a way to identify when traffic comes from the EU (European), so you may present your required privacy policies. If at any point a European GDPR regulated visitor visits your company’s website and they have an issue with you gathering their data (e.g. cookies), you must provide privacy data options as they comply with the EU GDPR regulations.

What does this mean for you?
  • Unnecessary legal risk.
  • Becoming a target for fines.
  • Attracting bad publicity.
  • Attracting unwanted investigations.
  • Being out of compliance.
What requirements must you follow?

Protect your website and business from fines.
Put the minimum EU requirements in place for your own business.
Present your policies to traffic from Europe or anyone visiting your website.
Record and save the consent in your database when visitors “ACCEPT”.

Why should US companies be concerned?

Any person in the EU could visit your website. The minute that occurs, your website¬† needs to be GDPR compliant. Since the EU considers IP addresses to be “personal information” even though the visitor did not purchase anything from your website, just browsing your website’s front page is sufficient to expose you to the GDPR Authority. All it takes is for that visitor to request the stored data you have on them and if you can’t deliver within the GDPR terms and conditions, be prepared for fines to be imposed after you’ve been reported. Be aware, EU regulators can fine US companies for violations.

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