TheWallStreetPost.COM & Our Policy with EU REGULATION 2016/679 – California & USA Rules
The General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) is Europe’s big new data privacy law. It comes into effect on 25th May 2018 and is intended to strengthen and unify data protection for all individuals within the European Union (EU).
Our Privacy and Personal Data Protection Policy is Valid with all EU GDPR (RGPD, DSVGO), CNIL of France, USA & (CCPA), LGPD of Brazil, CA & AU Regulations.
We have introduced several new features and functionalities into our website that are designed to help us with compliance for your data protection and the regulations in this article.
Mainly: TheWallStreetPost.COM do not give any access to any for your data and we do not also collect any kind of data, at the end we don’t share them for advertisement reasons or any other way but only with the source of a service provider if this is needed, also we don’t collect or keeping any credit info as like credit card or bank account data into our databases.
We DO NOT sell your personal information as we never keep them.
We will updating our policies
We are currently rewriting our data handling policies and privacy policies to reflect the new requirements of the GDPR and will be notifying you as soon as these are available.
We will also updating our website with more information about how we handle your data and where and how it will be used so that it is clear to you what is happening with the information you give us. We also will be adjusting our database so that we no longer hold your personal information longer than it is needed.
The GDPR is coming into effect on May 25, 2018, with this way we will ensure you that all-any private individuals have more control and information on how their personal data will be published and processed by us.
While compliance with the GDPR is challenging for all involved parties, it will ultimately help to protect private data of Internet users from abuse and misuse both by restricting processing and by improving security.
We will be fully compliant with the new regulations and is pleased that our clients or partners and industry colleagues will soon match the outstanding data privacy measures that our customers already enjoy.
What is GDPR?
Firstly, let us recap what GDPR is.
GDPR has been introduced to give control back to citizens and residents over their personal data and to simplify the regulatory environment for international businesses. When GDPR takes effect, it will replace the 1995 Data Protection Directive (Directive 95/46/EC).
It takes effect on 25th May 2018.
I’m not in the EU so surely it doesn’t apply to me?
It’s not that simple. If you offer any products and services that may be purchased by customers located within Europe, then GDPR will apply to you. Unlike a directive, it does not require national governments to pass any enabling legislation and so it is directly binding and applicable to businesses all over the world.
In the UK, on 25th May 2018 the current law, the Data Protection Act 1998 (DPA) will be replaced by GDPR. Even after Brexit, GDPR provisions will be enshrined in a new UK specific law – the Data Protection Act 2018 (DPA 2018).
What data is protected?
The data that is protected under GDPR (as with the DPA) is data concerning individuals (not companies). However the definition is wider under GDPR and “Personal Data” extends to any information pertaining to an individual, whether it relates to their private, professional or public life. It can be anything from a name, to a home address, photo, email address, bank account details, posts on social networking websites, medical information, a computer’s IP address and more. In other words, if in the course of running your business you collect and use any data about anyone that identifies them this will be Personal Data and you are required to follow the law in the way it is handled, accessed, stored or transferred. The individual is called the Data Subject.
Here is a link to an overview of the GDPR by the ICO: https://ico.org.uk/for-organisations/guide-to-the-general-data-protection-regulation-gdpr.
Individual Rights Learn more
The right to be informed Learn more
The right of access/right to rectification Learn more
We give to our customers access to login and view their personal information (profile data). This same client portal also provides to our customers access to update their personal information including name, email address, postal address and phone number as well as any custom fields you define. Previously, under the DPA, as a data controller we don’t charge any for this service, (as this will no longer be allowed under the GDPR and DPA 2018).
The right to erasure (also known as the ‘right to be forgotten’) Learn more
If we receive a request for erasure, we can perform a deletion of the customer record from our panel using our Delete Client functionality. When we using this feature it’s removes all data relating to a given customer including, but not limited to, personal information in the user’s profile, service and invoice history, activity log entries, support ticket and email history.
The right to data portability Learn more
Data portability means the right to receive personal data in a machine-readable format and to request for such data to be transferred directly from one controller to another. This right only applies where the processing is based on consent or for the performance of contract; and; when processing is carried out by automated means. EU oobligates that there is no right to charge any fees for this service and we don’t charge any for them.
We hope the information in this policy provides you with clear information about the technologies we use and the purposes for which we use them, but it you have any additional questions, or require any additional information or contact us at abuse-dmca@TheWallStreetPos.com
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