Important newsThe GDPR and your website
The user has complete control over their data
There are plugins and software that track people’s movement on a website. You will have to disclose the method you use to collect data.
Official Support of GDPR
Automatic is the owner of WordPress used by 30% of websites worldwide. WordPress will add features necessary to comply with the GDPR regulations.
The law reqires site owners to be transparent and explain how a business collects, stores, or processes personal data of residents in the European Union.
When you sign up for WordPress.com only limited information is needed to set up an account. Only your email and username is needed.
You have control of your content. The privacy settings give you choices to make your site public, private or hidden from search engines.
Take it Seriously
Anyone who uses the Internet, and that’s everyone, has a right to private information treated with respect.
It is not acceptable to just want to profit from someone’s use of a website or a sign up for a service.
The Web is now complex
Technology works, but it needs taming.
Security and Confidential Mode
This will roll out slowly in Gmail. The option to be reminded on what to do with the email. We might think this isn’t necessary but we are constantly targeted through email.
122 Emails Per Day
Depending on your occupation some receive more. This creates a pressure and we might dismiss an important email, reply in a hurry, or unknowingly answer a spam email.
Every Action You Take
It is time to revise how we interact on the Internet. Read carefully the Privacy and Terms of Service. Just exactly what does this company do with your information?
Never Take The Web For Granted
It’s time for regulation and standards to be implemented. The use of the Internet is a right, and this right shouldn’t be violated by anyone.