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Analisi criticità
Creazione Privacy Policy ad hoc
Installazione Privacy Policy
Generazione Cookie banner
Installazione Cookie banner
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Lingue
Attivazione servizio
Silver
€/mese 39,00
Analisi criticità
Creazione Privacy Policy ad hoc
Installazione Privacy Policy
Generazione Cookie banner
Installazione Cookie banner
Fino a 25000 view/mese
Raccolta del consenso
NO
Lingue
Italiano
Attivazione servizio
Entro 48 ore
Gold
€/mese 59,00
Analisi criticità
Creazione Privacy Policy ad hoc
Installazione Privacy Policy
Generazione Cookie banner
Installazione Cookie banner
Fino a 50000 view/mese
Raccolta del consenso
NO
Lingue
Italiano + 1 estera
Attivazione servizio
Entro 24 ore
Platinum
€/mese 69,00
Analisi criticità
Creazione Privacy Policy ad hoc
Installazione Privacy Policy
Generazione Cookie banner
Installazione Cookie banner
Fino a 150000 view/mese
Raccolta del consenso
Lingue
Italiano + 5 estere
Attivazione servizio
Entro 12 ore - ASAP!

To avoid high fines, your website must comply with a dizzying number of laws on web accessibility, data security and user privacy. If your website processes or collects data from EU citizens, you must comply with the WordPress GDPR regulations. Put simply, the GDPR is a privacy law designed to give citizens back control of their personal data. Without a doubt, the GDPR is affecting the way the entire Internet handles data.

In general, web compliance refers to all legal requirements, policies, regulations and standards that your website must comply with for users. Personal data, therefore, have become a fundamental corporate resource and the right to protect people from the abuse of their personal data represents a serious risk and concern in the age of digital information. By simply updating your main WordPress installation you are already setting yourself up for GPDR compliance success.

Most small businesses have also been conditioned to collect as much data as possible about their leads and customers to improve their marketing. Most companies, however, don’t know what to do with the collected data or how to securely store this information. We are Gold Partner of Iubenda, leader in the online legal sector. We will take care of the creation of the privacy policy.

Is the WordPress GDPR important?

GDPR stands for General Data Protection Regulation. It is a privacy law that was approved on April 14, 2016 by the European Commission to protect the rights of all EU citizens and their personal data. The full definition of GDPR processing includes: collection, registration, organization, structuring, storage, adaptation, modification, extraction, consultation, use, transmission, disclosure, dissemination, combination, alignment, restriction, deletion or destruction of data.

There are seven basic principles that apply to the controller under the WordPress GDPR. The data is processed lawfully, correctly and transparently. Requires consent to be given. They must be collected for a specific, explicit and legitimate purpose and used only for that purpose. Furthermore, personal data must be adequate, relevant and limit the collection to only what is necessary. Personal data must be accurate and up to date. Furthermore, they must only be kept in an identifiable form for the shortest possible period and processed in such a way as to guarantee data security. The controller is responsible for being able to demonstrate compliance with these principles.

To ensure compliance with its regulations, the GDPR has the right to impose fines and penalties on companies that fail to take the appropriate steps to comply with the WordPress GDPR. If your company has relations with European citizens (i.e. if they visit your site) and you engage in any type of processing of personal data, you will be required to comply with the GDPR regulations.

Privacy policy and Cookie policy

A privacy policy page is a statement from you, which discloses information collected on your website about visitors. This includes information collected through cookies, registration, comments, registration forms, etc. This information is usually collected by installing web analytics software such as Google Analytics. Users also voluntarily provide information by filling in their information in the comments, registration and sign-up forms.

Additionally a privacy policy page is also a statement that discloses how this information is used. For example, website owners who serve advertisements via third-party websites usually share this information with their advertising partners. If you are creating an email list, you must ensure users that their email addresses are not sold or shared with third party websites. Have you ever wondered how websites remember your login details or how the items in your online shopping cart stay there while you shop? It’s no magic, it’s actually tiny strands of data called cookies.

Cookies remember your browsing behavior, so you will often see the most relevant search results for you when using Google or other search engines. It is designed to protect online privacy by making consumers aware of how information about them is collected and used online, and by giving them the ability to allow it or not. It also saves your passwords so you don’t have to remember them every time you visit websites. It also tracks your shopping cart as you browse an online store and shows you targeted ads based on your browsing behavior.