What is GDPR?

The GDPR (General Data Protection Regulation) is a recent regulation for the EU, which is planning to replace the 1995 EU Data Protection Directive (DPD) in order to completely upgrade the security of individual information of EU citizens and increment the obligations of companies and organizations that gather and/or process individual information. GDPR will become effective on 25 May 2018 and will be valid to all member states

GDPR Compliance and Extent

While the present EU legislation (the 1995 EU Data Protection Directive) represents articles inside the EU, the regional extent of the GDPR is far more broad in that it will likewise apply to non-EU organizations who: 1) showcase their items to individuals in the EU or who 2) Track the conduct of individuals in the EU. At the end of the day, even if you are based outside of the EU and you control or process the information of EU individuals, the GDPR will apply to you.

Our dedication toward GDPR

We are completely dedicated to maintaining the protection and privileges of our clients and their customers. The quintessence of the GDPR is in complete sync with our core values of customer information security and trust. In light of that, we are currently moving in the direction of characterizing our guide for GDPR to redesign our frameworks and procedures in accordance with the standards. We are focused on accomplishing GDPR compliance by 25 May 2018.

Pushex Features Geared toward GDPR Compliance

Our Customer's information security remains our primary target. Our IT engineers work day and night to guarantee that our client information is secure yet effortlessly accessible. While we are always improving our security parameters to stay within the GDPR rules, Pushex also incorporates, the following capabilities for ensuring individual information and protection:

Anonymize IP address: By default, Pushex never catches the full IP address of your site guests. IP Retargeting has been disabled in order to guarantee that your site push-notification endorsers are completely anonymous.

Consent: By Default, Web Push Notifications require site guests to consent by permitting notifications to appear in browser.

Subscriber information: After accepting the notifications, the push notification administration of the browser generates a random ID for the client. This ID cannot be utilized in order to find a specific person.

Information rights of Pushex clients

Our clients can ask for access to information put away on the Pushex's servers. End-clients can likewise get in touch with us at info@pushex.io in the event that they require help with disabling Pushex notifications from a site they bought in to.

Where would I be able to find out about the GDPR?

You can learn from the provided links more about GDPR rules and regulations: