7 things to solve before the new GDPR

7 things to solve before the new GDPR

7 things to solve before the new GDPR Cookies. There is already a law about this but what you have to do is to get the visitor's permission to use cookies on the website and also tell the user how this information will be used. Opt-in is a must. It is no longer possible to provide opt-out (eg unsubscribe). Now one must actively choose to share their personal information. Make sure there are no ticked checkboxes and no hidden conditions in fine text. Make sure that the informatio...

7 things to solve before the new GDPR

  • Cookies. There is already a law about this but what you have to do is to get the visitor's permission to use cookies on the website and also tell the user how this information will be used.
  • Opt-in is a must. It is no longer possible to provide opt-out (eg unsubscribe). Now one must actively choose to share their personal information. Make sure there are no ticked checkboxes and no hidden conditions in fine text.
  • Make sure that the information you have if the customer is correct.  So if customers update their tasks in a system, make sure it is updated in all systems. And the information may only be used for what it promised when collecting them. Once upon a time, remember which automatic updates and pushnotes are sent out and that the information is correct.
  • Capability to export and sharing all customer data within a month. There must be support for exporting and sharing all customer data (including transaction data) within one month of request.
  • Capability to delete customer data within a month. It must be possible to delete a customer and all items associated with the customer, in all your systems, within one month of the request.
  • Compliant function. A complaint function must be available to all companies. It should be simple and free to use.
  • Storing information about children must be approved. Storing information about children (persons under the age of 16) must be approved by the guardian.