What is General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR)?

Written by ecadema
Updated over 3 years ago

General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) is a European regulation designed to:
* Unify privacy rights across the countries of the European Economic Area (EEA)
* Strengthen individual data subjects’ rights for EEA residents
* This includes your ability to correct, delete, and transport personal data on Verbling.

Age Restrictions
In accordance with GDPR, if you are an EEA trainee, please check this article about age restrictions on ecadema to learn more.

Policies & Procedures
Our team has set certain policies and procedures to comply with GDPR. These policies and procedures can be viewed in our Terms and Conditions, Privacy Policy, and Cookies Policy to be more transparent about how we use your data.

Product Features & Third-Party Vendors
We have worked to build product features that give trainees more control over their data. We have also contracted with third-party vendors to perform certain specialized tasks, including processing personal data.

These vendors fall into the following categories:

Hosting. Our platform is hosted on third-party servers.
Analytics/Marketing. To improve ecadema and the content we offer, we use various third-party analytics and marketing tools to refine our offerings, understand trainee habits, optimize the platform, and tailor our marketing efforts.

To learn more about the GDPR, click here.

This page is provided as a source of general information. It is not and should not be treated as legal advice.