What does GDPR stand for?
General Data Protection Regulation
What is GDPR?
GDPR is a new set of rules designed to give EU citizens more control over their personal data. It aims to simplify the regulatory environment for business so both citizens and businesses in the European Union can fully benefit from the digital economy.
I'm not in the EU, is my website affected?
Since your clickbooq website is globally accessible, anyone can visit your website. Therefore, even if you are physically not based in the EU, your website should be in compliance.
Check out this article for tips on creating your own Policy Page and hosting it on your website.
Your clickbooq website and data collection
clickbooq websites do not collect any personally identifying information from your visitors.
If you use Google Analytics for traffic monitoring, no personally identifiable information is transmitted or collected during visits to your website.
Any messages sent through Contact Forms on your website are dispatched immediately, and not stored on our servers once they have been sent, however, it is up to you to ensure that any data received from the use of our integrated Contact Forms uphold the data subject rights of that personal information.
3rd party services
If you use any 3rd party services in conjunction with your clickbooq website, you should contact them to determine their compliance with GDPR regulations.
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