What is GDPR?
The law is a replacement for the 1995 Data Protection Directive, which has until now set the minimum standards for processing data in the EU. Individuals will find themselves with more power to demand companies reveal or delete the personal data they hold.
What steps do we take?
The GDPR applies to CrackedCubes as data is stored from contact forms. As this data is stored electronically, it needs to be protected. Below are a few bullet points to show how we comply with the EU ruling:
- All data is securely stored. Weebly encrypts all data. Strong passwords are changed regularly and data no longer needed is deleted.
- Any data collection process must have authorisation prior to collection. (E.g. a separate op-in box.)
- A member can request to view and/or delete all data that CrackedCubes has gathered about them. For our Fringe Group, this will include: Twitter account name/handle and feedback on items tested. For those applying to join the team, this will include: their name, email, Twitter account/handle, and any comments they put in the application form.
- If there is a data breach, you will be informed within 72 hours detailing what details might have been stolen. The Information Commissioner's Office will also be informed of the data breach.
If you have any queries, please contact us either through our contact page or on Twitter. CrackedCubes Team
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