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If you have an online presence than it’s important for you read this article. You could be in danger of breaking the law.
It’s quite likely you are collecting user information by:
1. eCommerce – this includes: Books, Training Courses, Toolkits, Software or Consultancy Services.
2. Proving information content (free or paid) with ads being displayed on site.
3. An open or private blog post website that display user comments or if user’s have to log in.
Chances are you have European users on your site. For this reason your website has to be ‘GDPR compliant’. Click here to get more information about our solution

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What is GDPR?

 

Europe has implemented a new privacy policy law. This is called ‘General Data Protection Regulation’ (GDPR for short).
This is intended to fit together data protection laws for all countries within European Union (EU) by applying a single data protection law, binding throughout Europe (50 countries). GDPR has set guidelines for the collection and processing of personal information of individuals within the European Union (EU).
This offers the much needed “right to be forgotten,” which means the company, as well as any other affiliated entities using your data, will be required to erase it from their records.
This has come into effect as of May 25, 2018. So there is no time to waste to implement this. The deadline has passed.
I want to stress the importance of this.
If you do not comply than you will likely to face a ‘major legal battle’ against the Europe Union. This organisation is home to more global cities than any other region in the world. You do not want to go against this organization.
You will lose!!! 
Depending on the size of your business, failure to comply with GDPR has two tiers of administrative fines:
1) Up to €10 million (approximately $11.7 million), or 2% annual global turnover – whichever is higher.
2) Up to €20 million (approximately $23.4 million), or 4% annual global turnover – whichever is higher.
Click here to get more product information. The decision between the tiers on your organization is a legal decision that is beyond the scope of this article. Needless to say this is bad news and ‘Action’ must be taken immediately.

Do Not Despair – Help Is On Hand.

 

We provide a solution. We have been working diligently to get all his client’s become GDPR compliant before the deadline.
Depending on your site. He can set up your site be GDPR compliant within 24 hours. Yes you can resolve this very quickly.
You now have no reason to stall. You do not need a court order fine from the European Union knocking at your door.
This regulation comes in two parts:
Part 1: Updating the site with new content for: Privacy Policy, Cookie Policy, Terms & Condition, Data Request and Data Erasure.
Part 2: Cookie information storage on specific users who accept to Privacy Policy (this is called ‘GDPR Cookie Consent Logs’).
This part requires database implementation to dedicated servers (online computers) to store this information (24 hours a day 7 days a week). Click here to get full coverage on the product.

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$17/Month
  • One GDPR Domain Coverage.
  • Personal Login Account To Amend Domain Information.
  • Zero Installation Fee.
  • Get Coverage Within 24 hours.
  • Data Hidden Behind High Security Servers
  • Dedicated Log For Each Domain Consent
  • Support Structure In Place, Response Time Within 24 Hours.
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Ten Domain Coverage

$47/Month
  • Up To Ten GDPR Domains.
  • Personal Login Account To Update Or Amend Domain Information.
  • Zero Installation Fee.
  • Get Coverage Within 24 hours.
  • Data Hidden Behind High Security Servers
  • Dedicated Log For Each Domain Consent
  • Support Structure In Place, Response Time Within 24 Hours.
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Frequently Asked Questions

Can I have Infinite Coverage Domain?

Yes you certainly can. Just go to link: https://passgdpr.com/product/infinite-domain-coverage.

Can I use the same code on multiple sites?

The simple answer is ‘No’.

The rule is you have to use one code for one domain. Otherwise you would be breaking the law.

What is your refund policy?

You have 30 day money back guarantee on the installation fee. There is no refund on consent log maintenance.

You can cancel the  maintenance service. You would need to give us 30 days notice.

Can I upgrade after signing up?

Yes, thats not a problem. Contact support on support@passgdpr.com.

We will arrange an appointment to find out your request.

What Happens If The GDPR Rules Gets Updated?

That’s not an issue. Any amendments would automatically reflected on your GDPR pop up page.

This would also seamlessly occur for any changes for the consent logs.

What is GDPR?

It’s a new set of laws called the General Data Protection Regulation to make all existing legislation surrounding information about users within all EU countries into one law. This applies to businesses since they collect and process information about people who use their services.

When did it become law?

The new privacy policy became official on May 25th 2018 and now everyone needs to follow GDPR rules or risk legal action. This does not mean it is illegal to have, use, store or access information about the people who come to a website. The changes are only about how it is used and what types of data are now allowed to protect users from being identified.

Who does it apply to?

The law applies to businesses in all twenty-eight nations within the European Union (EU). It also applies to all EU and non EU businesses that collect information about users living in the EU even if the companies are outside the EU.
Lastly, foreign businesses that are either based in Europe or have branches overseas must also follow the same regulations if they have access to and use information about EU nationals that can identify them.

What does the law require people and businesses to do?

The law requires all major and minor companies to update their content for privacy policy, cookies, terms and conditions, data request and data erasure that conform to the standards as set by the new legislation.

Why did this law come about?

The new legislation will make all earlier privacy laws easier to understand, track, look into, analyse, evaluate and keep up to date with. By regulating the law into one area it will help to strengthen and tighten security in preventing illegal hacking into private accounts, accessing personal data and finding ways of identifying people.

How will the GDPR law be implemented?

Many companies may have to use Data Protection Officers (DPO) to oversee that the key requirements are met, policed and effectively monitored. This means ensuring all previous storage of user information, existing and future accounts of EU nationals are kept to the standard limits allowed under the new laws.

What are the consequences?

Companies and all users who store key information about EU nationals, but fail to follow the new law can face fines that amount to heavy fines.