Umbraco and GDPR IV
We all know the feeling. A joke that went wrong. A game of bingo that went wrong. A flipped car that should have remained unflipped. If only I could turn back time or second best; make it go away, let it be forgotten.
Now you can make things go away.
Well, at least something. Now you have the right to be forgotten - data wise (in some situations) and you have the right to have data ported (in some situations)...
As with so many others, we have had to study and understand the two rights assigned to individuals with respect to GDPR. Law is not an exact science so others may choose other words or have different views. Find here how we interpret the two rights and further, how we as a company will comply to these should you want to be forgotten by Umbraco.
Find all our GDPR related information and blog posts on our dedicated GDPR page
Imagine what the right to be forgotten had meant for the plot in “Fatal Attraction”. My guess is there would have been no Academy Award to Glenn Close 🤔
Umbraco and GDPR III
May 25. The GDPR deadline is indeed getting closer. Like you, we, Umbraco, also need to get certain things sorted in order to be compliant- and we have even added some features in Umbraco to make it easier for you to comply with the new regulations as well. A lot of GDPR-ticks have already been made and as the deadline approaches, we are confident that we’ll achieve everything planned and necessary. Here’s the latest GDPR update, this time concerning all our current and future Umbraco Cloud clients: