On May 25, 2018, the EU passed a new regulation referred to as “GDPR.” The last time the EU put regulations in place regarding the personal data that marketers can collect was in the ’90s. As a result, their personal privacy regulations were very lax. GDPR was long overdue for EU residents.
These regulations have impacted website owners and businesses worldwide, and many people have had to take a “best guess” about what they need to do become compliant. One clear aspect of the outcome though is that website visitors need to be able to request information about what data is collected on them, as well as to request updates or deletions of that information.
Use these forms if you are an EU visitor and want to make any such requests of Emerald Lake Books, and we will comply with your request as quickly as possible.