What Mobile App Developers Need to Know About GDPR Compliance

Nimblechapps
Aug 10, 2018 · 1 min read
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On 25th May 2018, GDPR laws were brought in effect by the European Union. GDPR stands for General Data Protection Regulation. This regulation is going to entirely change how the businesses process and store their client’s and employees’ information. This is done to harmonize the data protection laws already in place in the European Union.

1. Obtaining a User’s Content

2. Give Reasons

3. Privacy From The Very Beginning

4. Option To Revoke

5. Documentation of Details

6. A Breach Response System

There will be new systems and processes in place, and the companies will be tested for these. Mobile app development agencies included. There are several types of privacy data that are protected by the GDPR. Mobile app developers should know and ensure that they are on the right side of GDPR. Read more to know about the things mobile development agencies should keep in mind about the GDPR laws.

Please read our full texts at “What Developers Need to Know About GDPR and How To Create a GDPR Compliant App?” or contact the support team of Nimblechapps for your mobile app development project.

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