Any venture into the world of ecommerce, be it an online store, app, marketing endeavor, or indeed any scenario when you’re selling your goods or services to online customers, has unavoidable legal consequences.
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Is your website or app compliant with the EU’s General Data Protection Act (GDPR)? If not, then it’s time to start putting together an action plan so that your online business will comply by the enforcement deadline — May 25, 2018.
When you change your company’s policies, do you keep a copy of your terms and conditions and your privacy policies? You might assume that you can toss those and not think about them again, but the reality couldn’t be further from the truth.
Your website is essential to your online business. By developing and curating an online presence however, you take on legal and moral obligations to your users. One crucial aspect of those responsibilities is the protection of their right to privacy.
The time has come for you to launch your online business. Your website looks great, and your mobile app is polished and performing as it should.
Does your online business target children 13 and under? Do you collect information from children under the age of 14? If you answered yes, then the next question you need to ask yourself is: “Am I compliant with the Children’s Online Privacy Protection Act?”