As of 25-May 2018, the new EU General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) law replaced the existing Data Protection Directive 95/46/EC. When technology-led information systems and digital businesses are creeping into every aspect of human life, adopting the GDPR marked a major milestone in EU’s data protection laws. 
Since the beginning, securing your data is one of our prime concerns and will remain so.

It’s been more than a year since GDPR came into effect. GDPR affects all EU nationals and the companies concerned with them in any way. Since then the way data is collected, stored, processed and analyzed has changed a lot, which implies that market research has changed. GDPR survey is all about dealing with one’s personal data such that it doesn’t reveal his/her identity. 

The General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) is into effect since May 25th, 2018. It laid down a law by which the online privacy of any individual residing in the EU will be protected. It means anybody dealing with EU nationals will have to make sure that if they collect any data about them, it doesn’t reveal their identity at the time of collection, storage or processing of data.

GDPR compliant customer surveys to measure customer satisfaction let you find out how was their experience after doing business with you, after using your products and services. While doing so, you also want to make sure that you don’t flood them with too many requests to fill up customer surveys, and store and utilize their responses such that they don’t violate local data protection laws such as GDPR.

May 25th, 2018 came and went by.
GDPR is here.
In fact, it’s been here for two months now. GDPR encroached upon all businesses that hold data on EU residents. The UK’s Data Protection Act has a supplanter.
If you don’t know them already, it’s important to learn the basics of GDPR now.

We had a great turnout for our webinar around GDPR. As promised, here are the questions asked by our webinar attendees to learn more about GDPR and how is it going to affect them or their organizations.

Do we have the slides and the recording?
Webinar Recording:
Do privacy statements need to be translated for each EU country being surveyed? –