The General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) is a regulatory framework for the processing of personal data in the European Union (EU) and the European Economic Area (EEA). The GDPR’s primary goals are to give EU people more control over their data and give businesses a framework to follow when processing information from EU residents. The European Parliament and Council adopted the rule (EU 2016/79) on April 27, 2016, with effect from that date.
Different legislations govern the processing of personal data in non-EU/EEA countries. While some regulatory regimes are comparable to the GDPR, others are much more restrictive. The GDPR framework, which is regarded as a leading standard for data processing, is commonly followed by global enterprises.
The internet contains millions of websites that require specific data to be stored on visitors’ computers when they visit them.
The information saved can be classified as follows:
This website does not necessitate any traceable data to be stored on visitors’ computers to function correctly. Each and every visitor is kept absolutely anonymous. The only non-traceable information gathered is for technical analysis. We use the standard SSL certificate to protect data transit to and from our website.
Only visitors that contact us supply us with traceable data. What you write and include is entirely up to you. If you contact us, we will have access to the information you submit. Your email and any documents you may have included will be permanently erased once we have responded to them. We do not retain any information that can be identifiable with your person.
This website is designed for those who are at least 18 years old.