This article goes over how Teachable is currently preparing for the European Union’s General Data Protection Regulation.
NOTE: For the most up-to-date information about Teachable’s ongoing GDPR-related progress on our tools and processes, please refer to our blog post.
What’s the EU GDPR?
The European Union’s General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) is a new comprehensive data privacy law that strengthens the protection of personal data for European Union users. In this instance, personal data is any information relating to a person. Examples of personal data include names, emails, billing information, passwords, and IP addresses.
To summarize, the GDPR provides guidelines pertaining to the rights of EU citizens over their personal data including, accessing, correcting, deleting, and restricting the processing of their data.
The GDPR takes effect on May 25th, 2018 and requires that companies with access to personal data of European Union residents take steps to comply with the new law by this date.
How is Teachable preparing for the EU GDPR?
As a company that processes personal data from all over the world, we’ve always taken the privacy of our users very seriously. To maintain this standard, Teachable is committed to being fully compliant with the EU GDPR by May 25th, 2018.
We’ve already taken steps to ensure we’re compliant with the EU GDPR, including, but not limited to:
- Retaining outside counsel to ensure that we comply with every requirement of the GDPR
- Designing and building new features to ensure that we comply with all of the GDPR requirements
- Reviewing our contracts with our subprocessors to make sure their data protection policies and procedures comply with GDPR requirements
- Designing a procedure for EU users to request access to or deletion of their personal data
For continued updates regarding Teachable’s journey towards compliance, please refer to our blog post here:
How can you prepare for the EU GDPR?
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For more information about Teachable's current terms and policies, see here: