Does your website meet GDPR requirements? Order processing, record keeping, deletion deadlines, data security in forms and duties to provide information should all be checked.
iX 1/2018 refers to this in an Article.
A starting point to what a data protection statement may look like is offered by generators.See below for two arbitrary examples of such offers: DGD, e-recht24. Not to my liking, the formulations are rather legal, not generally comprehensible text and they naturally cannot address specific features of the website.But this is exactly what is important.
I was therefore happy to see, on the website of Prof. Dr. Thomas Hoeren, a new document with text modules and proposalshe developed together with the DFN [German Research Network]association; in addition to much morematerial, on the GDPR, among other.
My appeal:Enter information relevant to a specific form only directly into that form.In my view, only overarching aspects should appear on the separate “Data protection Statement”page.