GDPR at DNSimple
The General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) goes into effect starting May 25th, 2018. This new European law was developed to give citizens of countries in the European Union more tools for protecting their personal data.
At DNSimple we believe in protecting the personal data of every customer. Account holders can see, correct, and remove personal data at any time. We know though that protecting personal data is an ongoing job. We will continue to monitor and improve our internal processes for personal data handling and focus on collecting as little data about you as possible.
For businesses that must now comply with GDPR, you will need to enter into a new Master Service Agreement with us. We will then provide you with a Data Processing Addendum (DPA) that explains what personal data we collect, why we collect it, how we use it, and what our business practices are around the control and security of that data. Please contact us so we can help you meet these new regulation requirements.
We are committed to protecting the data of all of our customers, and will continue to enhance our service to meet or exceed industry practices for data security. We appreciate that you trust DNSimple with your business and, as always, we welcome your feedback.
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