To guarantee the security and transparency to our website visitors, subscribers and customers, we, at Echo, have taken a set of measures to get compliant with EU data protection requirements that are set out in the GDPR, which becomes enforceable on May 25, 2018.
What is GDPR?
GDPR stands for General Data Protection Regulation and it addresses the new directives within EU law to determine personal data protection of European Union citizens and the export of personal data outside the EU and the European Economic Area.
Due to the fact that Echo collaborates with the EU citizens and aims to provide the proper treatment of personal data of every client, we have taken a set of measures to get compliant with EU data protection requirements.
What kind of personal information does Echo process and how is it treated?
1. For website visitors
When you visit Echo website, our server receives the following information sent from your browser:
- Web request (e.g. date, time, etc.)
- IP address
- Browser type
- Browser language
- Cookies, identifying the browser
Once you visit our website, we show you a notification informing what data will be collected and you have an option to accept or decline data processing.
2. For blog subscribers
Everyone who opted in for our blog updates is required to provide an email address to receive a monthly newsletter.
For potential customers
When you send us a message using Echo contact form, you are asked to provide the following data:
- Full name
- Email address
We use this information solely for effective communication with you on your product development.
As far as Echo is a GDPR-friendly company, you have the right to request what you allow us to collect as well as ask to delete all your personal data.