Disclaimer: The contents of this web page do not constitute legal advice. This page is for informational purposes only, and we strongly encourage you to seek independent legal counsel to understand how your organization needs to comply with the GDPR.
The EU General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) is a regulation designed to increase protections around the processing of personal data of data subjects in the European Union.
The GDPR took effect on May 25, 2018.
The GDPR applies to any organization in the European Union that is processing personal data. It also applies to any organization that processes the personal data of EU data subjects, regardless of whether the organization has a presence in the European Union or whether the processing is conducted within the European Union.
If you collect, store, manage, or analyze personal data of any type, including email addresses, it is likely that the GDPR affects your organization.
Note: This section covers many of the changes of the GDPR, but it is not intended to be exhaustive. We highly recommend seeking independent counsel to determine how GDPR affects your business.
The GDPR lays out a range of requirements related to consent, individual rights, and data processing. The below overview is a non-exhaustive summary of the most significant requirements of the GDPR.
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If you’ve entered data into Doensafe, who is responsible for looking after that data?
If you’ve submitted your personal data into Donesafe, the creator of that Donesafe form, field or other types of input is responsible for this data. Donesafe only processes this data on the creator’s behalf.
This means that if you want to exercise any of your GDPR rights, you should contact the person or organization that administrates the Donesafe environment. If this isn’t possible, we’ll do our best to put you in touch with the person or organization.