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We have a special offer for clients looking to ensure their company is GDPR compliant for the online website documentation.
Are you aware of new GDPR requirements that could see unlimited fines or imprisonment if non-compliance? Do you have a new website, major update, or are you in the process of building one? Well whether you are intending to sell via the web or not, you will almost certainly find you will touch the E-commerce Regulations that came into force as far back as in 2002 and the new EU wide General Data Protection Regulations?
General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) requirements, deadlines and facts by May 2018. GDPR is a regulation that requires businesses to protect the personal data and privacy of EU citizens for transactions that occur within EU member states. Even when dealing with a company. Because you record a person’s name, you MUST have this compliance.
Then there has been almost three new regulations a year come out that will affect your business. From the various Sale of Goods and Services Act(s) the last being in 2015, The Consumer Rights Act 2016, now The General Data Protection Regulation 2018. When you pick your freelancer, do they really know what they are talking about when we say “be compliant”?
For one low cost, you can have the expertise of a set of lawyer drafted documents for a fraction of the price you would pay had you come through the door in our City of London offices, right in the centre of the Worlds second largest business district where we practice Commercial, Corporate and Intellectual Property Law. Offer all types of Business Advice and Coaching.
You will find our entire offering that is required in order to give you a compliant set of documents or processes that will give you a fully compliant website.
In order to get started, we need the following information below:
What the Seller needs to start the work
The General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) coming into force in May 2018, companies are up against a myriad of challenges to become compliant. Violate the law risk and fines as high as 4% of annual revenue or €20 million, whichever is greater.
Due to its low triggering mechanism, the law will apply to most organisations, regardless of where they are located. GDPR requires companies to know how data being collected by third-parties they’ve given access to their website, and how that data is being used.
For an extremely competitive price, we will provide any or all the documents you need to be compliant. Our Website Legal starter pack:
3. Web Policy and Data Policy
4. Website equality rules
5. Website disclaimer
6. The terms & conditions for use of your website (the items governing the use of the website, not to be confused with the company’s terms and conditions).
7. Data Policy
8. E-Commerce regulations
9. Terrorism Act 2006
10. Electronic Commerce (Terrorism Act 2006) Regulations 2007.
11. Electronic Commerce Directive (Trafficking People for Exploitation) Regulations 2013
Your website must adhere to both civil and criminal rules as set out under UK and EU law no matter where based if you sell into the EU, EEA, EFTA.
These must cover, the safety of their personal and financial data; and, the ability to enforce their legal rights when buying online.
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