GDPR and BitNinja - Important updates
Eniko Toth

GDPR and BitNinja - Important updates

Eniko Toth

By now, you are likely aware that on May 25, 2018, a new data privacy law introduced in Europe called the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) will go into effect. GDPR govern how businesses collect, use and share personal data and it allows individuals to exercise their legal rights.

Of course, we have taken the necessary steps to ensure that we are compliant with the GDPR. We updated our Privacy Policy and General Contract Terms and Conditions. Also, we created this separate section about the topic in order to keep you updated.

The Data Processing Addendum is available here and if it's necessary for you, you can download it and send back to us with your signature. Don't worry, with BitNinja, your servers will stay secured and you can forget the cybercrimes.

This regulation raises the attention of the security and we are so thankful for having such a great community, where we can fight against hackers with common power. Thank you for being our partner in this journey and making the internet a safer place.

If you have any questions about GDPR or anything else, just contact us at info@bitninja.io. We are always happy to help you. ;)

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