GDPR | John Warden of T900 Websites
GDPR | We are about to experience the biggest change in owning a website ever!
There are only days left to change your website to the new compliance rules.
The EU GDPR Compliance Data ruling starts on FRIDAY!!
We think GDPR applies to almost every website
As far as I understand the new rules, you have 2 choices, comply to the new EU ruling or almost remove your website.
I am trying to patch up the gaps while you get a legal check up from your normal legal advisor.
Does it apply to me?
Do you use data such as
Cached data when visitors browse your site
IP address capture
Cameras in my shop
So much of our day to day activity
Quote ‘The GDPR applies to ‘personal data’ meaning any information relating to an identifiable person who can be directly or indirectly identified in particular by reference to an identifier. This definition provides for a wide range of personal identifiers to constitute personal data, including name, identification number, location data or online identifier, reflecting changes in technology and the way organisations collect information about people.’
There are many aspects of data collection.
You will need to appoint a data protection officer and that can be you if needed.
Also you need to set your terms and conditions to suit your company or trade as needed (although it will need to be checked over by a legal representative of yours to check it complies for your style of business).
Britain has a Government team ready to start enforcing and looking to recruit lots more staff in the coming year.
So what am I already doing for my clients already …. go and look at the ‘our privacy policies’ page.
I have installed this special system and 9 additional pages to cover most of the new rulings on this site.
From only £295 to add this to your site and then you can get your legal person to look it over and make amendments if required.
Yes it’s really busy at the moment, but let’s get something going on your website asap.
Email me to book your site or call me on 01932 881817