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Wedoio and GDPR

We have prepared a section on Wedoio and the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) so that you can keep track of the significance of the legislation for your data in Wedoio.
The GDPR, in Danish called the 'Databeskyttelsesforordningen', is the EU's new Personal Data Regulation which entered into force on 25 May 2018.
The purpose of the Personal Data Regulation is to protect EU citizens from misuse of personal data. Therefore, all European companies must live up to a number of obligations for how personal data is collected and processed securely.
The legislation places strict demands both on us as a data processor and you as a data controller.

We have published our data processing agreement on our website, a copy of which you can download right here.

We do not enter into specific agreements with our customers - instead, all our customers receive our data processing agreement, as we thereby ensure that you are all covered in the same way.

We update our policies regularly, so it's a good idea to visit our Privacy Policy section from time to time in order to always stay up to date.
Wedoio and the General Data Protection Regulation: Guidance
Wedoio's obligations as a data processor
Your obligations as a data controller
FAQ: Our customers' frequently asked questions about GDPR

If you are not fully aware of the fundamental regulations within the ordinance or if you ar missing more fundamental information about GDPR, we recommend taking a look at IT-branchens (the IT Industry's ) website or take PrivacyKompasset's online test to cope with the regulations of responsible data management.