GDPR | General Data Protection Regulation.

How Footsteps Is Dealing with the New GDPR Rules

 

Footsteps takes GDPR seriously including all the necessary measures in order to protect their clients’ information. The company’s user database is located on reliable, safe servers.

The European Union issued a new law on protecting data privacy. It’s the General Data Protection Regulation, more commonly called the GDPR. It comes into effect in the EU’s 28 member states on May 25, 2018.

The law changes the rules for companies that collect, store or process information on residents of the EU, requiring more openness about what data they have and with whom they share it.

Recently, Footsteps updated its  Privacy Policy, Terms of Use, Cookie Policy and made a full explanation of what data they collect, to whom they pass it and how it works all together.

Footsteps has released an opt-in consent aligned with GDPR regulation. Upon request, the company is able to and will provide all the data it has collected on the specific user during the entire time he or she has used our services.

In compliance with GDPR requirements, Footsteps has appointed a Data Protection Officer (DPO) and a representative in the EU. Each EU resident can get in touch with our representative in case of questions about their personal data. Their full contact information is available in the Privacy Policy on our Web Site.