The Schrems II ruling threw the Privacy Shield out the window and introduced a nightmare of legal docs. Here's what you need to do, explained in plain English.
In short, if you promote or sell services to people in the EU, you need to comply with the GDPR. Simply promoting your stuff online to EU people (through email list building for example), is enough.
Don't trust everything you read about the GDPRThe GDPR is already a complicated area for many, and most people feel overwhelmed. They’re not sure what to do, in which order, and when
The GDPR applies to the processing of personal data when running a (non or for profit) business, membership, club, association or any type of organization (online or not). Because of the definitions in
Few business have not heard about the GDPR by now, but what does it all mean - in a nutshell. Read on to find out. 👇