Every Website Needs To Be GDPR
Check #1 : Do you REALLY Need To Be GDPR Compliant?
- If people from European union can visit and interact with your site, you need to be compliant.
- If people from EU can sign up as leads on your site, or give you their data in any other way, you need to be compliant.
- It doesn’t matter whether you sell anything to EU people or not. If they can access, you gotta be compliant.
DO NOT TAKE GDPR LIGHTLY
Your Business Depends on Your Decisions
Little Mistakes Can COST YOU BIG
If you’ve logged in lately into any big-name website. Google, Facebook, Twitter, YouTube, Basecamp, Freshdesk… Everyone, yes, everyone has updated their Terms of service and have made changes to the website according to the requirements of GDPR.
They’ve covered themselves, but have you?
If the answer is no, you’re running a serious risk.
GDPR does not require you to be a European citizen, or for you to be a European based business to find you guilty and impose a violation.
Nope, they can do it even if you’re located across the Pacific ocean and have absolutely no care what’s happening in France.
You don’t even have to sell anything to European customers.
If European people can surf your site (can you stop them?), you are liable to adhere to GDPR rules.
You can’t escape it either. Nope… Because like it or not, your country has a legal agreement about law enforcement with EU and all other larger countries. So you’ll have to face the consequences.
Does GDPR Sound Like a Nightmare?
It is! If You’re Not Compliant Today, You’re Not
Ready For Business
The worst (or best if you’re an end-user) is that it pins liability on businesses of all sizes. Not just giants like Facebook and Google, but really small players like me and you too.
There’s no escaping GDPR, we HAVE to confirm. There’s NO OPTION. Not if you want to stay in business.
Everybody has to take the journey to GDPR compliance, no matter how small you are, no matter how difficult it is, and no matter how much effort it takes. If you’re running a business that’s online, you’ll need to be GDPR compliant.
Here’s Your Compliance Plan
Study reams of documents to understand what’s required and sign on board an expensive lawyer just to make sure.
Design processes, systems and workflows to adhere to the compliance requirements.
Hire a top coder to create the systems and programming necessary to implement the compliance measures on to your site.
Work with your experts on a continuous basis to make sure you’re actually legally covered and to do the actions required for GDPR compliance.
Shucks! This is crazy. It’s expensive, it’s time consuming, and if you do this you better say goodbye to your business because you’ll have no time left to do anything profitable.
There has to be an easier way! Right?
- Compliance on 7 Key GDPR Requirements
- Works with your blog or any other custom implementation of WordPress including e-com stores.
- Just plug it in and set it up in less than 3 minutes for faster GDPR compliance.
- Terms and conditions policy compliance gets your visitors consent to your T&C.
- Right to forget compliance lets you delete user data manually.
- Or… Refuse to accept EU traffic on your site (Built in the plugin)