In an effort to expand the privacy rights of EU individuals, the EU General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) places new obligations on any organization, no matter where it is based, that markets to, tracks or handles EU personal data. As you can imagine, the GDPR is the compliance talk-of-the-town for any company doing business in the European Union (EU) or, in fact, any organization that might have EU personal data within its databases.
Although GDPR is applicable to the European Union as of now, its a good practice to follow and inform users how their information is being used on your website.
To start with, here are couple of changes you need to implement on your website.
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