What does GDPR stand for?
GDPR stands for General Data Protection Regulation. It’s the core of Europe’s digital privacy legislation.
How did it come about?
In January 2012, the European Commission set out plans for data protection reform across the European Union in order to make Europe’s fit for the digital age. Almost four years later, an agreement was reached on what that involved and how it will be enforced.
What “personal data” is
The GDPR has a broad definition for this term, and it generally encompasses any and all information about a specific person, including:
- Email address
- Date of birth
- Physical address
- Profile photo
- Social media username
Or any other information that can lead to identifying a real person.
How Affiliatable prepared for GDPR?
Who are Affiliatable's data processing partners?
We rely on third-party companies to help us assist with our operations. Your data may be shared with the provider depending on your account type.
- Amazon Web Services (Data center)
- Google Tag Manager (Analysis)
- Digital Ocean (Data center)
- Bunny CDN (Development)
- Getreditus (Development)
- Sendinblue (Development)
- Nativeforms (Development)
- Helpcrunch (Customer relationship)
- GeolocationDB (Development)
- Loopedin (Development)
- Paddle (Development)
- Virusdie (Security)
- Convertful (Development)
We respect the rights of individuals to know how their data is being used, export it, or request that it be deleted. Please reach out to us via livechat or send an email at firstname.lastname@example.org if you have any questions.