Last update 11/04/2022
The GDPR (General Data Protection Regulation) is a piece of legislation passed to strengthen and ensure the data protection laws of individuals living in the EU. This came into effect on May 25, 2018. Storefries is committed to comply with all regulations laid down in the GDPR
The GDPR law applies to all those service providers and organizations that process the “personal data” of EU citizens, regardless of the fact that the company has physical presence in the EU or not. Personal information may include name, email address, credit card number etc.
Storefries is a social media management and content marketing platform that allows its users to publish user-generated content on social media and blog channels. This content might contain the user's personal information if they choose to share it. Hence the GDPR applies to both Storefries and its user in different capacities.
The GDPR recognises the organizations as “data processors” and clients as “Data controllers. The customers use the content that they process through Storefries and the platform through its social channel connections publishes that content.
As a company Storefries ensures privacy protection practices throughout the company. We continuously improve and update the changes imparted by the social media networks we integrate with. Our team members are given privacy and security training.
We respect the and uphold the data protection laws and strive to embed them in the very culture of our company.
Storefries offers a GDPR Data Processing Addendum to aid you or your organization in the compliance process. Simply request a DPA by sending us an email with your organization name and plan details to email@example.com Once you receive the DPA, sign and return us a copy to be added to your existing Storefries agreement
Storefries is a india based company, a country that provides adequate data protection. We adhere to and abide by data protection laws for the safety and privacy protection of our customers. Storefries has the added advantage of being based in a country with strong data protection laws.