Website GDPR - Blueberry Design

Website GDPR

Since May 2018 GDPR (General Data Protection Regulation) replaced the Data Protection Directive 95/46/EC: which significantly changes data protection in Europe, strengthening the rights of individuals and increasing obligations on organisations.

GDPR particularly increases the obligations and responsibilities for organisations/businesses in how they collect, use and protect personal data.  At the very centre of the new law is the requirement for organisations and businesses to be fully transparent about how they are using and safeguarding personal data, and to be able to demonstrate accountability for their data processing activities.

Please find below a useful link for further information and how it may impact on you:

The enforcement date for GDPR is 25th May 2018. Organisations in non-compliance after this date will face heavy fines.

At Blueberry Design we offer a full GDPR website audit to show were your website is failing due to GDPR compliancy.

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SSL Site Encryption

SSL is important because the information you send on the Internet is passed from computer to computer and any computer in between you and the server can see your credit card numbers, usernames and passwords, and other sensitive information if it is not encrypted.

GDPR Compliance Policy

Since 25th May 2018 GDPR Compliance became Law in the EU. Our GDPR Compliance Policy will work around your company Privacy Policy and will show your customers with clear, no jargon how you manage your clients data.

Website Terms of Use

It is important to tell your website visitors what the rules are when they visit your website. Our Website Terms of Use outlines clearly what the Terms of Use are when visiting your website.

Cookies Policy

In the EU the “cookie law” has been enforced across all countries for a few years now. This law requires businesses having an online presence to take consent from visitors and consumers before using cookies.

Cookies Notification

Websites should notify their visitors about how their information will be stored and for which purposes it will be used. All businesses operating in EU or catering EU citizens ought to comply with the cookie law or else they can be penalised.


When relying on consent as your legal basis for processing, the GDPR says the consent you obtain must be freely given, specific, informed, and unambiguous. You also must clearly explain how you plan to use their personal data.

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