Emails, names, contact details – you probably use your website as a way to gather information on potential clients. But holding information that can identify a person, comes with a legal responsibility to the data subject.
Frequently Asked Questions
A: Yes. In the UK, we are governed by the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR). A website designer, under the GDPR, is what is known as a “controller”. Likewise, a website visitor is, or potentially is, a data subject.
A: You could spend many hours trawling the clauses of the GDPR and create a policy from scratch, but we wouldn’t recommend this unless you are a skilled legal draftsman! The other option is to get a draft and tailor it to your website’s specification.
1. Information we may collect
2. How is your personal data collected?
3. Where we store your personal data
4. How we use your information
5. Change of purpose
6. Disclosure of your information
7. Your rights
8. Access to information
9. Time limit to respond
11. International transfers
12. Data security
13. How long will we use your personal data for?
14. Your legal rights
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