This checklist should point to any potential red flags in your data protection
procedures and point towards steps that should be taken to maximise data
security and minimise the risks of GDPR non-compliance.
The General Data Protection Regulations (GDPR) came into effect on 25 May 2018 and brings greater responsibilities for ecommerce businesses, irrespective of size, that hold data about EU citizens and visitors.
Personal data is anything that can identify a ‘natural person’ and can include information such as a name, a photo, a physical or email address, shoe size, billing histories and online identifiers such as IP addresses, cookie strings or mobile device IDs. GDPR impacts any online retail store that collects data sourced from their websites, apps, emails or any other means that results in data being retained in an internal database.
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