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Raihan Ali
Jun 30, 2022
In Welcome to the Job Forum
eta Testers Hub (BTH) is an open platform, developed by DevriX, with the main objective of connecting startups to more than 1200 beta testers. It is a completely FREE service designed, published and supported by DevriX as a contribution to the inspiring startup community. * Startups submitted to the BTH platform are presented in newsletters to subscribed beta testers. In March, we also decided to share some of these projects on the DevriX blog. And here's another round of eight startups, in an April issue. Feel free to test, share and give your valuable feedback. What should I do? What Should I Do Startup Networking Q&A Platform custom t shirts WSID.com is a question-and-answer social media platform that facilitates decision-making through real-time polls and allows users to ask, “What should I do?” Its purpose is to support individuals and help them solve problems using a social networking site. The questions are asked in the form of polls and all registered users can answer them. After answering a question, votes are instantly calculated and displayed in a real-time polling table. After double registration, everyone can ask questions, describe their problems and ask themselves how to deal with them. Each user has a profile with subscribers, polls launched and answers provided, as well as trending questions and a search function. Instructions for testers : The website is now in its beta version, so it is open to everyone. Sign up to run your own polls and submit responses to published ones. Feedback : Feel free to contact startup owners at https://www.wsid.com/contact/ Fambam.Family
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Raihan Ali
Jun 30, 2022
In Welcome to the Job Forum
EU residents and citizens. It affects everyone who collects and processes EU citizens' data, even if the data processor is not based in the EU. This means that even if you run a small restaurant in Wyoming or just want to start a personal blog, you could be affected by GDPR. Regardless of where your website is located, if you are processing data, there is a possibility that an EU citizen might visit your website and you may therefore be custom t shirts affected by the GDPR. The GDPR does not only cover EU residents and citizens. It also protects anyone in an EU country. If a US customer travels to Europe and opens your website in Europe, they may fall under GDPR rules, according to Art. 3 GDPR. In short, the GDPR protects anyone and their data that is in an EU country. What are considered personal data? The GDPR applies to the processing concerns the personal data of a real person. However, the GDPR definition of personal data is broad; according to art. 4 GDPR personal data is all information relating to an identified or identifiable natural person. In addition, it specifies that the data subjects are identifiable even if they can be identified indirectly on the basis of these data. If you are wondering how to interpret "any information", your answer should be as broad as possible.
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Raihan Ali
Jun 30, 2022
In Welcome to the Job Forum
Europe's GDPR (General Data Protection Regulation) is a data protection law that came into force in 2018. It is one of the most significant changes in privacy regulations data adopted over the past 20 years. The purpose of the GDPR is data protection for EU citizens, but it doesn't just affect EU-based businesses, it affects all businesses that offer services or products to EU citizens. EU or currently processing the personal data of EU citizens and other individuals. located in the EU. It's an 88-page document, and I'll detail the most important information for US-based webmasters in this article. The purpose of this article is to help you understand custom t shirts the GDPR, but keep in mind that I am not a lawyer, so do not consider this article as legal advice. Who is affected? The GDPR protects the data of EU residents and citizens. It affects everyone who collects and processes EU citizens' data, even if the data processor is not based in the EU. This means that even if you run a small restaurant in Wyoming or just want to start a personal blog, you could be affected by GDPR. Regardless of where your website is located, if you are processing data, there is a possibility that an EU citizen might visit your website and you may therefore be affected by the GDPR. The GDPR does not only cover EU residents and citizens. It also protects anyone in an EU country. If a US customer travels to Europe and opens your website in Europe, they may fall under GDPR rules, according to Art. 3 GDPR. In short, the GDPR protects anyone and their data that is in an EU country. What are considered personal data? The GDPR applies to the processing concerns the personal data of a real person. However, the GDPR definition of personal data is broad; according to art. 4 GDPR personal data is all information relating to an identified or identifiable natural person. In addition, it specifies that the data subjects are identifiable even if they can be identified indirectly on the basis of these data. If you are wondering how to interpret "any information", your answer should be as broad as possible.
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