The GDPR (General Data Protection Regulation) is a current European Union privacy law. It goes into force on May 25, 2018 and Its goal is to preserve the privacy and personal data rights of EU citizens, often known as data subjects. As we develop new services, we work hard to comply with the GDPR and apply its principles. Under GDPR, the word "personal data" (also known as "personal identifying information") is extremely significant. It refers to any information about an individual that can be used to directly or indirectly identify them. Personal data includes, for example, the following:
Regardless of where the processor or controller is based, the GDPR legislation applies to any EU resident's data. This means that if you're utilizing Minelead to contact other US companies from the US, the legislation won't apply to you. However, if you have any customers or leads in the EU, you should be aware of this. The GDPR must be considered by most businesses in practice to ensure the privacy of people.
Despite the fact that the GDPR only applies to data from EU residents, we decided to implement the regulation's requirements broadly. This implies that, unless in exceptional circumstances, we do not restrict any privacy-related feature based on a data subject's geographic location. The following are among the steps we've implemented to protect conformity:
For informational purposes, we exclusively analyze publicly available web data. Our users have a genuine interest in having faster access to publicly available information about other companies. We enable enterprises to connect with one another by acting as a customized search engine.
To protect data subjects' privacy, our applications substantially pseudonymize data. Any variables that don't need to be kept in their original form are deleted to prevent them from being linked to a specific data subject.
Information removed from a website is also removed from our database because we deal with publicly available online data. However, if a data subject wants to expedite the removal of any email addresses in our database, we provide a way to do so by contacting us at firstname.lastname@example.org . The info can then either be updated or completely removed.
Under the GDPR, any user has the right to download any data that he contributes to a service. This makes switching to other services much easier. This is an excellent concept, and Minelead has indeed allowed users to collect their data.
Yes. Generating leads tools provided by Minelead include include:
We function as a data processor who processes personal data provided by the client or obtained on the client's demand when our users activate any of the lead generating tools or extensions we provide, thereby ordering us to collect and process third-party personal data. During the processing of personal data, we follow the instructions of the customer. The storage of gathered personal data is the only exception to this rule: in this processing activity, our clients and Minelead function as joint data controllers. The legitimate interests of Minelead, our clients, and third parties whose personal data is processed justify the processing of personal data via our lead generation tools or extensions. Minelead takes the appropriate organizational and technical measures to secure the processing of the personal data stated above during such personal data processing. As a result, Minelead's lead generating tools are GDPR compliant because they process personal data on a valid basis as defined by the GDPR. Furthermore, we takes adequate security precautions to protect such processing.
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