We are developing a company-wide strategy that will ensure DNS Made Easy is GDPR compliant before the May 25th deadline.
We are working on a plan that will:
Everything included in this plan will be implemented by the May 25th deadline.
DNS Made Easy collects and stores personal data from our users that we deem essential per our requirements for using our services, data we need to retain for legal reasons, and additional data provided voluntarily.
We are committed to collecting and storing all user data in accordance with GDPR policies.
We are committed to holding all of our vendors that handle personal data accountable and they will be held to the same security and privacy policies that we hold ourselves.
DNS Made Easy may set and access cookies on your computer. We use these cookies to keep you logged into the service, understand user behavior, etc. DNS Made Easy allows other companies that are presenting our advertisements to set and access their cookies on your computer. Other companies’ use of their cookies is subject to their own privacy policies, not this one. Advertisers or other companies do not have access to DNS Made Easy’s cookies.
All third-party services used by DNS Made Easy have committed to GDPR compliance by the deadline:
DNS Made Easy uses third-party analytics and email marketing services on its websites and in the control panel to monitor, analyze user behavior, deliver targeted advertisements, and emails.
We will be updating our registration wizard so that users will have to check a box in order to receive marketing emails, promotions, and announcements.
Data storage measures and policies are GDPR compliant. We are committed to following any additional privacy and security measures required by the GDPR.
Data purging policies are GDPR compliant.
DNS Made Easy strives to be transparent about data breaches. We have committed to disclosing client data breaches to our users promptly after they occur.