To ensure that the protection of personal data remains a fundamental right for EU citizens, the aim of the GDPR is to modernise outdated data protection laws. Significant fines of up to €20,000,000 or 4% of global annual turnover, whichever is greater, may be imposed by organisations that fail to comply with their data processing obligations under the GDPR. Account holders can view, modify, delete and download a lot of data directly or contact us for more information. The impact of the GDPR will be significant as it affects any company that collects data in Europe or outside europe (whether based in Europe or not). The GDPR requires companies to give individuals more transparency and control over the data they provide to these companies. Yes! We now offer data processing agreements for organizations that use Cognito Forms to collect personal data about individuals in the UK, EU and the US state of California. See an example of ODA. We provide customer support from our U.S., European, Australian and Canadian offices to ensure permanent coverage. Some data may be exported or retrieved for legitimate and useful purposes in order to provide support from outside Europe. If you are located in the European Union and are not satisfied with the way we have handled your request, you can contact your local data protection supervisory authority. You can find your local authority on the ODPC website. Our European unit is SurveyMonkey Europe UC, which operates in Ireland under the jurisdiction of the Irish Office of the Data Protection Commissioner.
This processing is not based on consent, but on the condition of processing legitimate interests and can only be used by the organization that collected the contact data, and not by third parties. As an account holder, depending on your location and the location of your sponsors, you may need to respond to requests from individuals to exercise certain privacy rights. .