General Data Protection Regulation

The General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) was adopted 27 April 2016 and will enter into application on 25 May 2018: it is a new set of laws that governs both how we communicate, interact with and store prospect and customer data for any of the European member states citizens. It also introduces some substantial changes to the way we are used to treat personal data until now. 

Data processing agreement

We store subscriber’s data in your database and we do not transfer any data third parties.


One of the most important aspects of the new regulation is how consent is given by the user and how to keep proof of it. To keep it simple, we are what you as  subscribers give consent to during the subscription process. You can adjust your own subscription.

We have double opt-in, this is required by the law to confirm the will of you as the subscriber to give consent two times before the actual service starts

The privacy checkbox option, prevents a form submit if you didn’t read the “Privacy policy” page and therefore all the data treatment disclaimers.

Proof of consent

To keep proof of users consent is mandatory with the new GDPR rules. We installed a logging feature which records every change the subscriber performs on his profile and what he changed with a timestamp.

Which data we store

Besides name and email address, we automaticly collect Ip addresses at the moment of the subscription to our newsletter and whenever you perform an action on that dtat. Ip’s are used for various features, from tracking to geolocalization, to optimize our website.

Data export and portability

GDPR also requires that we offer you the ability to ask for a copy of their files for portability reasons. We only collect names and email addresses.

Data modification and integration right

You are able to access your own profile editing panel where you can change every detail whenever you feel like to.

Data removal

At this moment we don’t have an option to delete your own data: instead, send us an e-mail and we will do it for you.

What about your hosting provider? 

Our providers stores physically your data on their servers including your data, they too are GDPR compliant.