GDPR | Owner Health | Client Privacy Update
- May 14, 2018 at 6:36pm
- Ben Strachan
The European Union has released the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR), a set of standards and regulations for data privacy. Owner Health, like most companies, has adapted their recommendations.
Useful information here:
The GDPR advocates a person's digital rights, in particular:
- Client consent to the storage of information
- Permanently delete information
We have made some changes to allow you to facility these rights.
Client consent to the storage of information
Permanently delete information
The GDPR advocates a client has the right to remove their data from your database. Previously, Owner Health used a "soft delete" function; data wasn't deleted, just hidden from view. We've made a few changes behind the scenes to allow you to delete when required.
If you have any questions, contact us anytime.
Ben Strachan - email@example.com
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