GDPR Compliance Test

Test your app or site for GDPR compliance

GDPR Compliance Test is an online service that lets verify website or app’s readiness to renewed rules around protecting customer data. The Test is easy to use and provides valuable customized recommendations on how to get ready to GDPR compliance.

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Hey Product Hunters, We are more than excited to be featured here with our new product - GDPR Compliance Test. By May 25, all businesses dealing with EU citizens’ data will have to make sure they comply with strict new rules around protecting customer data, aka GDPR. We have thoroughly studied all the rules and elaborated the GDPR Compliance Test you are looking at. Here are a few things the test allows to do: - Find out whether your website or mobile application is ready for GDPR compliance requirements - Get a GDPR Checklist and detailed instructions how to address user interaction shortcomings - Receive recommendations in a PDF format We truly hope our GDPR Compliance Test will be useful when it comes to getting ready to GDPR compliance! Let us know what you think about it. Thanks!
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Seems to be very helpful stuff to see that my site meets the most important GDPR requirements.

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Nice interactions and fast result

Cons:

I’d love to see a more detailed requirement list as 10 questions is not enough to cover all the points

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Nice job! You guys made a very concise list of the rules that necessarily have to be followed. I love the design and simplicity. The doc I’ve received on email looks more like user stories which works great for me.

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Cool test to check an app’s Privacy policy and reconcile to user’s admissions

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Hope you’ll go into more details

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I'm not sure where the requirement to "freeze"/"unfreeze" an account comes from. It's not a GDPR thing and it would be vary between websites what "freeze" might mean, if anything.
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"Allow users to register with an email address." And what if registration simply doesn't make sense at all? I'm pretty sure GDPR doesn't mandate collecting email addresses from every user ;-)