About GDPR (General Data Protection Regulation)
What is Data Protection?
When Passive Digital Income processes your information, we’re required to keep it safe and use it only for the purposes we’ve made clear when you sign up. This process is known as data protection.
What is the GDPR?
The GDPR (General Data Protection Regulation) is an important piece of European Union law that concerns data protection. It is significant for both individuals and organisations. As an individual, the legislation gives you rights and puts in place enhanced rules to protect your information. As an organisation, Passive Digital Income responsible for protecting such information and using it in a lawful way. The legislation is effective from the 25th May, 2018.
What is Passive Digital Income’s position on the GDPR?
We welcome this key reform of EU data protection law, particularly given that the existing laws originated more than 20 years ago, before the proliferation of the internet, cloud computing, and social media services.
We’ve made considerable effort to ensure compliance and respect the rights of our subscribers. Measures include:
- Making subscribers’ choices clearer, so you stay in control;
Passive Digital Income
We ensure that you are only sharing with other verified, trusted, partners. We’re committed to transparency and will never sell your data or unnecessarily share it with third parties.
What information do you collect and why?
To provide, protect, and improve the Passive Digital Income service, we process a variety of information which we collect or receive from you and third parties. For example, when you sign up Passive Digital Income asks for users to supply only factual information
Where is my data stored?
We operate a global infrastructure and process data in both EU and US based servers. This processing is supported by strict legal compliance for safeguarding any transfers of personal data outside the EU.
What are your rights?
Under the GDPR, you have enhanced rights relating to your information, which include the right to access, the right to correction, the right to be forgotten (erasure), and the right of objection.