Posted on: 2018-02-23
Last updated: 2018-02-23
General Data Protection Regulation Compliance
At SurveyLegend, trust is our number 1 value, and protection of our customers’ data is paramount. We’ve built an online survey solution with respect to your and your respondent’s privacy and security.
We welcome the new GDPR law. We’re both super excited and thankful about it! Because we also believe that what we leave behind as digital footprint or personal information when using digital products, can be potentially misused in many ways. Therefore, there must be strong regulations that force all businesses to take the protection of people’s data very seriously. This is something that must be enforced in a global level and it’s an awesome initiative from the EU.
We have created this document to provide you with detailed and transparent information about our ways of collecting data, or ethical values, and our compliance with GDPR; also to inform you about your rights.
If you do not find answers to your questions, please do not hesitate to chat with us or email us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
What GDPR is, what does it regulate, and what does it mean for us as a company, and for you as a user of SurveyLegend.
Why and How Do We Collect Data
We’re a digital company offering an online survey solution which by nature is designed to collect data. Here we explain our purpose of gathering personal data and user’s other information, how we do it, and what do we do with the data.
How do We Protect Sensitive Data
Read more about our best practices for data protection, and preventing unauthorized access to data.
GDPR for Account Owners
What does GDPR mean for our users who create surveys, forms, polls, or questionnaires using our tool?
GDPR for Respondnets
What does GDPR mean for respondents who provide our users with information and data?
Sign your DPA with us
If you qualify as a data controller, you may need a data processing addendum (DPA) in place with SurveyLegend that process personal data on your behalf.
How to Make GDPR-proof Surveys or Froms
What creators should do and keep in mind, to make questionnaires that are compliant with the GDPR.