What is GDPR?
The General Data Protection Regulation (known as GDPR) is a European Union (EU) privacy law that came into effect on May 25, 2018. The purpose of this law is to provide more visibility on, and establishing laws around, personal data collected by companies.
How does GDPR affect to PageCloud?
Scope of Application
PageCloud is located in Canada, However we collect data from our customers that are located throughout the world including the EU. We also work with vendors that are both located inside and outside of the EU.
PageCloud acts as both a data controller and processor in providing our service.
Lawful grounds for processing and transparency requirements
PageCloud includes a cookie consent notice to visitors originating from the EU. This includes a consent field where the visitor can see what cookies are being used and for what purpose.
Data protection principles and accountability
PageCloud has appropriate security measures and policies in place to protect our customer's personal data and ensure accountability on that personal data. PageCloud also ensures it's vendors are accountable with these guidelines.
Data subject rights
Right to be forgotten
PageCloud allows users the ability to have their data deleted and to be forgotten. Reach out at email@example.com to request to be forgotten.
When exercising the right to be forgotten the customer will no longer have an account with PageCloud and all of their data will be permanently deleted.
You can view privacy related information within the Privacy Center on your account.
More information on GDPR
More information on GDPR can be found here: