RumbleTalk GDPR Overview

LAST UPDATED: Dec 22th, 2018

Rumbletalk Information and Commitment

We are happy to share our committed to partnering with RumbleTalk customers and users to help them understand and prepare for the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR). The GDPR is the most comprehensive EU data privacy law in decades. Besides strengthening and standardizing user data privacy across the EU nations, it will require new or additional obligations on all organizations that handle EU citizens’ personal data, regardless of where the organizations themselves are located. On this page, we’ll explain our methods and plans to achieve GDPR-compliance, both for ourselves and for our customers.

GDPR At Start

The GDPR’s updated requirements are significant and our team worked hard to bring RumbleTalk’s product offerings and contractual commitments in line. This includes:

We’ll also continue to monitor the guidance around GDPR compliance from privacy-related regulatory bodies, and will adjust our plans accordingly if it changes. We’ll provide you with regular updates along the way so that you’re always current.

RumbleTalk has invested heavily in building a robust security service, one that can handle a variety of issues — everything from threat detection to building new tools. In accordance with GDPR requirements around security incident notifications, RumbleTalk will continue to meet its obligations.

Data Solutions including Portability and Data Management Tools

Customers have requested tools to help them comply with the GDPR. And we’re happy to say that we released a tool to help users view their content and get control and ask for deletion.

Compliance-related controls includes the following:

Stay Updated

Fulfilling our privacy and data security commitments is important to us. So we’re glad to help you prepare for all the changes the GDPR brings. If you have any questions about how RumbleTalk can help you with compliance, we hope you’ll reach out to us.

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