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    Default how do you guys comply with gdpr

    how do you guys comply with new gdpr legislation?

    is there a requirement from small sites to comply with gdpr?

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    That depends if you collect user data .

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    Quote Originally Posted by Soplica View Post
    That depends if you collect user data .
    yes my users register

    is a privacy policy enough?

    is a prompt for consent necessary?

    are a privacy policy and consent message enough?

    I am just starting out again after a long absence and dont have the money to hire a lawyer :/

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    Placing Privacy Policy on your website is just one of the elements of the compliance.
    First of all, you should define, which data do you process and what is the reason for such processing. You should not process any data except that is necesssary to provide services. The general principle is that you should process the minimum scope of data possible.
    Privacy Policy is extremely important documents, so it would be better to find a lawyer to create it (it would be cheaper than full GDPR assessment procedure). Do not copypaste PP - it should be the document developed for your particular website to cover all important aspects.

    Another point is that you should build special data processing procedures preventing willing or negligent disclosure of customer`s personal data.

    Consent is necessary, there should be no pre-fillied checkboxes. You should inform you customers on the data you collect, the reasoning and they way you do it. According to GDPR, customers also have a right to request on deleting their personal data.
    *nothing above constitute legal advice

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    i appreciate you guys taking the time to help out

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