Tag Archives: GDPR

Confluence, Data protection & GDPR: Adapting Terms of Use and configuring user visibility

Since the GDPR, data protection has gained a great deal of importance. It affects all customer and user data, including data that converges in an extranet where customers, interested parties, partners, etc. communication and collaborate. The Terms of Use for Confluence and Space Privacy – Extranet for Confluence apps provide solutions to the new challenges surrounding data protection for Confluence-based extranet systems.

Terms of Use for Confluence: Obtaining and documenting users’ consent to comply with the GDPR

Terms of Use for Confluence

Now that the GDPR is in force, terms of use and explicit consent requests have been given a new lease on life in the internet. Because of these new legal requirements, you probably have an extended obligation to disclose how you use information and document consent from your users, partners, suppliers and more. Here’s how the updated Terms of Use app for Confluence will help you comply with the GDPR.

DSGVO and GDPR – How we seek and obtain customer consent

If I were to summarize the GDPR, I would do it this way: If the customer explicitly consents, (almost) everything can be done. Explain properly, ask questions and wait for approval. That’s what companies have to do. The reactions from the companies who contact me as a customer or user make me partly believe that it is not only American entrepreneurs who don’t care what your customers want. The question is never asked. Neither consent, nor rejection is given.