Personal data under the GDPR is any information that is related to an identified or identifiable individual. Examples of personal data include direct identifiers like names and email addresses, location data, biological data, and cookie data.
The GDPR applies to personal data that’s processed electronically or as written records.
One of the main goals of the GDPR is to give users more control over their personal data by establishing data-handling requirements for businesses.
Trusted by thousands of companies worldwide, Termly’s intuitive software generates legal policies and handles consent management for any business in minutes.
Termly allows our users to focus more on their business instead of spending countless hours figuring out data privacy compliance. - Jona, Senior Product Manager @ Termly