GDPR Compliance Statement
What is GDPR Compliance?
The General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) is an EU-wide regulation for the protection of European citizens’ data that comes into force on the 25th of May 2018 and all companies that collect such data will need to comply with it. It establishes a set of compliance and security processes around managing personally identifiable information so that it is not misused.
Our Commitment Towards GDPR:
Our customers’ right to privacy is a main priority for wp-buy and because of this, compliance with and to international law and regulations are core values. Our focus is to develop and sell WordPress plugins and themes with custom web services securely and efficiently.
Our commitment: wp-buy is GDPR compliant since May 25 / 2018
We are committed to transparency, control, and accountability. For any questions regarding GDPR please forward your inquiries to email@example.com.
On May 25th, 2018 wp-buy.com started to be GDPR compliant until now.
- Our website stored data is secured and will not be sold to anyone or used for any other marketing purposes.
- Our products (plugins & themes & web services) does not collect any personal data or store it outside of the hosted website or on any third-party service
- You can ask us what personal data is being processed (used), why, and where.
- You can ask us what personal data is being processed (used), why and where
- You can ask us to correct, revise or remove any of the data we retain on you.
- If you need to cancel your account at any time, we will permanently remove your account and all information associated with it
- If you decide that you no longer wish to allow your data to be included in our analytics at any time, you may contact us to request the removal of this data
Which data can be safely stored in cookies without having to request consent?
Strictly speaking, you don’t need consent for:
Technical cookies that are solely necessary for the provision of the service. (eg. preference cookies, session cookies, load balancing, etc.)
- Essential — Essential cookies are necessary for the basic functionality of your website. An essential cookie remembers a given user as they browse your site. For example, essential cookies keep track of what page a user is on or from what account a user is accessing your site. Under the Cookie Law and the GDPR, essential cookies and strictly necessary cookies are the same, and these necessary trackers don’t require user consent.
- Performance and functionality — Unlike essential cookies, these cookies are used to supplement your site’s functionality but aren’t necessary. For example, performance and functionality cookies can help play videos on your site.
- Note — There is no need for any consent when our products don’t use this data for any kind of user profiling.
This helps a lot while implementing the new GDPR restrictions because it’s not necessary to create a data processing contract with an external company!
last Edit 11/Feb/2022