How To Declutter My Life…

Keep your home clutter free

Look around at your home… what do you see? 

Find out the underlying reasons for cluttering certain areas of your home. What does it say about you?

How to declutter my life…

is a blog written by Sylvia Spurway to help people to change the view about themselves and let them experience again little miracles in life. Clutter can make your life stagnant. Decluttering makes your life vibrant and exciting.

We all know what clutter is? An object here and there, one souvenir from this place and this place, the beautiful dress that goes with those shoes.

Slowly our cupboards are filling up, and space, where we live, becomes smaller and less energetic until the clutter makes us stagnant and immobile. 

Look at people that are happy, energetic and vibrant they all have one thing in common… Do you know what it is? Read on

how to declutter your life In this blog, you will find out

  • why clutter can be the cause of stress and Depression. 
  • How it affects each area of your living space.
  • Find out what it means ( underlying problems) when you clutter different areas of the home.  
  • Clutter inspiring you and clutter that expires you.
  • How to declutter my life … make room for the future

Clutter and stress

Not many people are aware of it, but it is a fact that clutter cause stress. Sherrie Bourg Carter Psy.D.  Shows that clutter raises the cortisol levels and it causes stress besides draining your energy.  The surroundings become stagnant and so are you. A home with a lot of little Nik naks can feel over a period of time overwhelming, those little things called Nik nak can trigger good or bad emotions in us. Say a flower vase you got from your friend, in reality, you don’t like it but for the friendship, you leave near the side table. 

Clutter can block you from receiving the abundance, and it distracts you from achieving your goals.

#Inspiring and expiring Clutter.

Clutter comes in different ways there is clutter that inspires you and there is clutter that de-inspires you is a toleration of clutter.
We are oblivious to the fact that we live in a society that collects and stores things. Do you know why we are doing it because through the media and daily life we are “made to think”  it is never enough we need more, and more is better? And that is a problem.

Do you know comfort shopping? I mean when you felt down did you go shopping because it made you feel good, and it took of your mind of things that didn’t go so well.. you bought things because it gave you the happy feeling.  When you think about it now you seldom or never use it.  When the attraction is gone then it becomes clutter or just another thing.. clothes, shoes, gadgets, objects, bags, etc. in the closet that takes up space.

We accumulate so much clutter over the years that we accept it into our lives and adapt it to become normal. You adjust yourself to that environment.

#How to declutter my Life …Make room for your future

I have made it a habit to declutter my home and my environments around me every year. It feels so good. Honestly, sometimes it shifts a project to completion what came to a standstill.. or a small lottery win comes my way.

I am always amazed when someone declutters their space, and they come back to me with lots of positive changes that happen in their life.
People often explain to me that they feel a surge of power and significant things start to shift. It is like new energy awakes under the clutter. It is finally free to evolve.

A bad relationship begins to improve, new opportunities open up, promotion at work, new and inspiring energy in their life,  sometimes a windfall of money, new friendships are formed, more motivation and energy.

I hope with this blog to offer you a simple and easy way to detox your living space and clear some or all the clutter from your life.  

#How different cluttered areas in your home show you where you have a problem or in your subconscious mind feel uncomfortable about it. 
 

Did you know that different areas in your home are associated with the habit of cluttering? Those are underlying problems, mixed feelings and emotions as well as mental states? ( Don’t worry you are not weird we all have it and do it) 

I love this saying ” Live your Life by design and do not Live your Life by default”

When you want to declutter your life you need to declutter all the nine parts of your environments.

Clutter in different areas of your home can show you where you can improve yourself and your life. Each Room signifies for us a different underlying mental state.

#Go Room by Room and the underlying mental statement what your mind wants to tell you. 

The Living Room ..  how to declutter my life 

Having a cluttered Living room shows that you are not honest with yourself and the world. You have problems expressing yourself.
You do not show your real potential to the world. You live to the expectations of others. A living room is used in general for entertainment and to avoid that friends and family stay too long and push you into an action phase you don’t like the room to feel comfortable and relaxed.

Keep your home clutter free

 Clutter in the Dining Room:

Dining room in the house where family meets and takes there meal together. Having a cluttered dining room means there is no communication between family members. Everyone is doing their things. There is no joy, and friction often appears. Everyone is for him or his self. A cluttered dining room can also cause never-ending arguments between family members or partners. If you are single means problems in relationships with others. 

How to declutter my life … The Kitchen 

Is the heart of a home. When a kitchen is cluttered, it means that you
do not give yourself space to breathe.

You might have a hard time looking after yourself said this means you put others first before your needs. It also means that you do not give yourself the love you deserve.

Maybe you observed this as a child from your parents. As the kitchen is a place where you cook food and store food when cluttered, it can lead to emotional eating or stress eating. It also means you believe deep down you do not deserve a healthy and happy lifestyle.

 What does a cluttered Bedroom say about you?

When a bedroom is cluttered the first thing comes to mind that you might feel stuck and there are underlying relationship problems.

You might wake up in the mornings and feel you did not sleep as the clutter is draining your energy, make you feel tired, lethargic and inflexible.

Sometimes things are unclear, and you become obsessive about certain things. When sharing the room with a partner, there are underlying intimacy issues involved or difficulties of open up to each other.

A distance between the partner and yourself. The bedroom is a place to relax, and it should be decorated as relaxing as possible. A place where you can go to rest and recharge your battery. A right balance of yin and yang. Clutter in here can make you feel tired, lethargic and confused. I am also talking about electronics. TV, Computer, Mobilephone etc. should not be in a bedroom. 

Avoid cluttering your bedroom

 

The Bathroom how to declutter my Life 

When a bathroom is cluttered, that is a sign that we haven’t let go of our past. We want to hold on to our history as this is a comforting feeling and we don’t want to move out of our comfort zone. It also says that the person who clutters the bathroom has low self-esteem, and is not happy with themselves. 

The bathroom is a room where we clean our-self, take a shower or a relaxing bath. A time to find peace and the most creative inspiration come under the shower. A cluttered bathroom bribes you of your inspirational motivation and creativity. The best ideas come under the shower. 

A cluttered Hallway… 

Every Hallway that has clutter will stop the energy from flowing through to the other rooms. It becomes stagnant. What in other terms means you are blocking your power and somehow in your subconscious mind you are afraid of letting new things into your life. It is like a wall of comfort build around you. 

Motivation will slowly die like a flower without water, and it can also mean you are stuck in a job or relationship you do not like but you don’t want to change either. 

You move into a position where you accept it, and you start slowly to surrender. 

Clutter or a mess in the  Basement…

A basement when cluttered it always shows back to someone who is carrying much weight on their shoulders.

Those people think they have the whole world on their shoulders. There are family conflicts where a person doesn’t want to deal with, relationship problems with old friends, feeling guilty for something or someone.

Having a cluttered basement shows that there are problems from the childhood, past carried with you and you are afraid to let go. You lived so long with that clutter that it has integrated into your aura. It sucks so slowly the energy out of you. Sometimes you don’t feel at home, and you want to break out. Be free … 

How to declutter my Life …The Closet

Have you heart about the skeletons in the closet. That is precisely what your clutter means.
Most of the items are attached to you in an emotional and sentimental sense. It also means you are hiding the truth and don’t want to face reality or a situation.

A closet is used to store items and specific items after a while has to go, but somehow we hold on to our shoes, our cloth, our souvenirs, the little Nik Nak we collected over the years. 

A cluttered closet will negatively impact our ability to acknowledge the future and moving on to a new era in your life. It is like we are the right foot in the future, but with the left foot, you are still in the past. You can not make the transition to a new life. Your collections are holding us back. 

If you buy one new piece you should recycle two pieces. 

 Cluttering the  Garage a nightmare for most owners of a car …

Clutter in general in the garage means difficulty in moving forward. A Garage is a place for cars and transportation, and that means the moving in and out of a garage should be as comfortable and as easy as possible.

If the garage is cluttered, it just says you are not ready to move on to another stage in life. If you want to change job or wait for a promotion mentally, that means yes you want to do it, but physically you are not ready to leave your comfort zone. It could also cause social anxiety. Moving forward will not be possible. Two steps forward and 3 steps backwards. 

How to declutter my life

 

How to declutter my life … The Balcony

Clutter on a balcony suggests that you are not a very social person. You like to hide behind the scenes and let other people take the credit for your work. The balcony is an opening, and when you clutter the extension of your home, it just means our social life is taking a downturn.

You love to be alone it can also cause depression so be aware when the clutter is overtaking the whole balcony space.

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Reorganising your home is like cutting back plants and reclaiming an overgrown garden.
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Conclusion…

Getting rid of your unused items that create clutter is not easy. It is so much more than just recycling the items … there are emotions involved and it takes time to let go. There are sentimental pictures the gifts from a friend, the memories from a lost love. It is an emotional process.

Everyone is cluttering from time to time specific areas of the home. We do it all, and if you pay attention you might see the problems turning up, and it will help you to solve them more comfortable and with a conscious mind.

Releasing the clutter on a subconscious level and a conscious level will shift your mental state and the energy around you. It uplifts your spirit, and you feel lighter in many ways. 

It is a fact that the stress created by Information overload and physical clutter with the endless choices required day by day can cause or trigger health issues like generalised panic attacks, depression, overeating or anxiety. 

When you start decluttering your home and life, one significant factor is,

work quickly when sorting things otherwise you get distracted. When you read through things, you might get stuck and lose focus.
Go room by room or cupboard by cupboard. Take action and declutter your life today. Let go of those unconscious fears and emotions live your life. 

I have created an e- planner with a worksheet on how I start my declutter process. It helps me to keep going and stay focused. It helps me a lot. Download it here

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Reorganising your home is like cutting back plants and reclaiming an overgrown garden.
Your privacy & security are of the highest importance to us. So we will not spam you or sell your information.

If you want to find some books on decluttering I can recommend

Decluttering your home, mind body and soul by Soukup Ruth

Declutter of the speed of Life by Dana K. White

Do you have clutter in your life? Please feel free to share how you reduce the clutter in your life and how do you feel or what things have shifted.  What did you use … and how long did you take.

 

All the best

Sylvia

 

 

 

GDPR What Europe’s New Privacy Law Means for Affiliate Marketers

GDPR what does it mean for affiliate Marketer

What is the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR)

The General Data Protection Regulation is a law that gives European Citizens more control over their personal data that is collected by any businesses or services. It seeks to clarify the rules and responsibilities for online services with the European users. On the 25th of May 2018, it will replace the previous directive governing data protection passed in 1995. It has some dramatic changes to the existing convention including: 

  • It will unify the rules on how should companies handle the data of European Citizens.
  • An all in detail Expansion in the scope of what is understood to be personal data.
  • Identify and clarify the responsibilities and roles of those who control, manage and process the data.
  • Enforcement and streamlining the authority to one supervisor per member state. 
  • Information duty of notifying customers of a data breach within 72 hours. 
  • Greater penalties for non-compliance.

GDPR Rules and how it will affect Affiliate Marketing

Who is affected by the new GDPR Rule?

All Companies and Businesses of any size across Europe will need to comply with the new GDPR Rule. 

The General data protection rule (GDPR) will apply across all EU countries. The European Union Parliament passed the first set of rules in 2016 and this will be now taken over by the new GDPR Rule in May 2018. Each EU Member state will have its own supervising authority.  

Does this law apply only to companies based in the European Union?

No — it is not. It is a major game changer for the international news. Any Organisation that collects, manages, processes and stores data of European Citizens is affected by the GDPR.

It means it includes most major online businesses and services that collect, process, manages and stores data or personal information.

The GDPR sets new global standards for data protection. 

The GDPR is intended to set out the rules of how the personal data of European people/customers can be collected, stored and shared. This is to protect the European Customer and offering individuals more say over who holds their personal data and how it can be used. I believe it is a great way to protect the customer. 

General Data Protection Regulations A Short Explanation.

What is Personal data?

It is anything that can be used to identify a person directly or indirectly. That includes all the online tools like cookie information, email addresses, names, IP addresses of devices, IP addresses in general, bank details, emails, social media like Facebook, Twitter, Snap chat, Google Plus, Instagram, Reddit, Blogs, Pinterest,

According to the new GDPR if you are collecting, processing or storing applicable personal data from EU customers, you have to obey the new rules and must only obtain that data through an opt-in consent, contractual necessity, a legitimate interest, a public task, a vital interest, or a legal obligation.

Those are defined in a  frame within the regulations and the subject of the current discussion surrounding the applicability of any business or business models. 

GDPR what does it mean for affiliate Marketer

How will the GDPR affect Affiliate Marketers?

If the Affiliate Marketer is not located in the EU but sells and collects and stores personal data like ( like emails, membership details etc.) from European customers the GDPR will apply to the Affiliate Marketer.

The GDPR is affecting everyone including the affiliate Marketers with customers from Europe. It will be a challenge for some and it does not matter if you are in Europe or the US if you have European customers you need to comply. The deadline is approaching and it is time to get ready. 

Below are some key points and an overview of the potential GDPR implications for any affiliate marketing business. 

If you are running an Affiliate Business and you do collect the data from your customer you need to openly show and explain how the collected Data will be handled and stored.

Following the rules stated in the GDPR and update before 25th of May 2018 the Privacy Policies, Contact pages, Privacy Statements, and Cookie Policy. 

At the bottom of this blog is a video on how to install a GDPR Plugin and the settings. ,

Does this GDPR Rule affect Social Media? 

Many large online services and social media companies are updating their privacy policies and terms of service in order to prepare for the new legislation.

Facebook’s response is sure to be closely scrutinized by European regulators, given the company’s checkered past with regard to user data. The recent Cambridge Analytica scandal, in which millions of US voters had their Facebook data misappropriated by consultants working for Donald Trump’s presidential campaign, is only the most recent mishap.(https://www.cnet.com/how-to/how-facebook-is-responding-to-europes-new-gdpr-privacy-rules/)

Update 2018/2019

Now Google plus had a security breach and will close down in April 2019 the Social Platform

 Google+. https://www.theguardian.com/technology/2019/feb/01/closure-google-plus-everything-you-need-to-know

Facebook had another breach November 3rd  2018

https://www.ndtv.com/world-news/private-messages-of-81-000-facebook-users-leaked-online-report-1942225

Facebook moves 1.5bn users out of reach of new European privacy law 

Facebook has moved more than 1.5 billion users out of reach of European privacy law, despite a promise from Mark Zuckerberg to apply the “spirit” of the legislation globally.

In a tweak to its terms and conditions, Facebook is shifting the responsibility for all users outside the US, Canada and the EU from its international HQ in Ireland to its main offices in California. It means that those users will now be on a site governed by US law rather than Irish law.

The move is due to come into effect shortly before the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) comes into force in Europe on 25 May. Facebook is liable under GDPR for fines of up to 4% of its global turnover – around $1.6bn – if it breaks the new data protection rules.

The shift highlights the cautious phrasing Facebook has applied to its promises around GDPR. Earlier this month, when asked whether his company would promise GDPR protections to its users worldwide, Zuckerberg demurred. “We’re still nailing down details on this, but it should directionally be, in spirit, the whole thing,” he said.

Facebook told Reuters “we apply the same privacy protections everywhere, regardless of whether your agreement is with Facebook Inc or Facebook Ireland”. It said the change was only carried out “because EU law requires specific language” in mandated privacy notices, which US law does not.

In a statement to the Guardian, it added: “We have been clear that we are offering everyone who uses Facebook the same privacy protections, controls and settings, no matter where they live. These updates do not change that.”via Facebook moves 1.5bn users out of reach of new European privacy law

GDPR Rule for EuropeWhat affiliate marketers need to know about the GDPR 

Does the GDPR apply to affiliate marketers?

Yes, it does apply to all the affiliate marketers, unless you do not target the European market and you do not collect data or monitor the data of European Citizens.

Who falls under the GDPR?

  1. A Brand, a business, a business organisation,  all the huge multinational conglomerates, freelancers and one man sole traders that utilises a third party website to drive back sales to their own website to create sales the new GDPR will challenge this for Affiliate Marketers.
  2. It even applies to people who don’t make any money or sell things from collecting and using other peoples personal data ( bloggers personal or business blogs, )anything that captures and or monitors data about the people in the EU.
  3. With the new GDPR, the liability is extended to all organisations that touch the personal data. ( Affiliate marketers with Opt-in pages, an email list, membership sites, a.s.o.) 
  4. With the old set of GDPR rules, the main responsibility of data processing and the data regulation was the responsibility of the organisation that stored the data or the organisation that controlled the data. The new GDPR has changed that. Now in the chain of data collection, everyone is responsible and everyone who comes in contact with personal data needs to set out and inform the customers how the data is stored and managed.
  5. What does it mean in short

What it means is that Affiliate Marketers can be now held responsible for the data they collect from their opt-in subscribers.

In their privacy policies on their website must be updated and given an open statement on how the data of the subscriber will be used. A piece of good advice to all affiliate marketers protect yourself and your customers make it clear in your privacy policy. 

Below you find a few things an affiliate marketer should bear in mind when getting ready for the GDPR.

Following rules applies from 25th of May when the new GDPR comes in place. You are only allowed to store the customer’s data if

  • The person that subscribe to your online service, ( blog, e-book, membership etc.) have opted- in and has allowed you to use their personal data. 
  • In case you need the data to fulfil a contract with the person that provides it ( selling them goods or services).
  • If you have a legitimate and vital interest in the data information
  • You are legally obligated to use the data.
  • The data information will be used to perform a task in public interest.

I would say the first two points are more common for the standard of an Affiliate Marketer.

A video tutorial for the GDPR how to set it up on your website

GDPR vido by Marion Black Credit goes to Marion Black Ambassador at WA

 

What does the GDPR  really mean for the Affiliate Marketer?

This means in practice that any time you are asking or requesting personal information from a website user or customer in this case (European customer) they need to opt-in or give their consent to using their data.

As an Affiliate Marketer, you can not divide the website or the landing page into two parts, if you do have European customers you should follow the new GDPR Rules. 

When using a contact form or an opt-in form you will need to change the current one to apply to the GDPR rule. That means that if you collect data for marketing purposes as part of a sign-up, content download, landing page or squeeze page, etc. then you have to get permission from that person.

In case you use currently a contact form that has to be ticked to opt out or that is pre-ticked with opt-in permission, (default settings) then you will need to change it so that the default setting is opting out and that the customer has to opt-in instead. 

The exact same rule applies to people who email or give you their personal data or information in any other form of communication. With the new GDPR Law, you can only request that information if one of the bullet points above apply to it.

It is vital and important that you make it clear to your customers or visitors why you need their personal information and data. You also need to explain in general how to tell them what you will do with there information and how long it will be stored in your system.  

Social Media leaks how safe is it now How should an affiliate Marketer prepare for the GDPR?

As an Affiliate Marketer, you will have quite some things to do when you have to comply with the GDPR.

You need to update and inform new customers and old customers, on which basis you collect their data, why you are collecting it and how you will use it. 
An explanation of what purpose the data will be stored and used for and how you will protect the collected data. 

One more thing you have to inform is how long will be the data you collected to be stored on your site or in your system. 

What it means you need to update your privacy policy, your cookie policy to comply with the GDPR. 

The most challenge the affiliate marketers will face is to our marketing activities itself. Many successful affiliate marketers rely on direct marketing to boost sales and reach the customer through personal data collection on their site when subscribing, through contract sales or when opted in. 

Affiliate Companies will need to follow the GDPR 

Affiliate Companies operating as a business or business organisation have to implement adequate data management procedures, and protocols, as well as potentially enlist a Data Protection Officer (DPO) to make sure that the business is on a continued base complying and updating the new rules and regulations.

Any customer has the right to the request to be forgotten at any point, and the process of this request must be accurate and swift. It is essential that sensitive data has been kept up to date and accurate and not kept longer as necessary.

This means for an affiliate marketer and their websites to determine how long is “necessary” and permanent and regular housekeeping on their sites to cleanse their collected data accordingly.

 Google, Bing, Yahoo, Yandex and other Search Engines 

Google, Bing, Yahoo, Yandex and other search engines lost the right to publish data without any perceived responsibility or consideration to an individual. The request to be forgotten online like in Article 17: Right to erasure (‘right to be forgotten’) has always been a hot topic.

In an article in 2016 published by the Guardian reveals that  Data shows 95% of Google privacy requests are from citizens out to protect personal and private information – not criminals, politicians and public figures.

The new introduction of the GDPR is providing users even greater control over their data on how their data is acquired used stored and managed.

You as a consumer can see the benefits in this, but it is a challenge for any business and it limits companies on how to capture, use, manage and store the personal data of consumers.

A lack of the compliance with the GDPR rules by any website, business or service including affiliate marketing networks will result in trouble for everyone who has handled the data.

Read penalties https://www.eugdpr.org/key-changes.html

Good News for Affiliate Marketer 

As the GDPR will require a double opt-in, it also means quality and valuable content will increase your opt-in rate. Any good marketer will put the effort into the content and maximise the quality over quantity.

Good news for affiliate marketing networks as they should be working on quality content instead of quantity. The more attractive the content the better the adoption rate or the acceptance that a website will capture the personal data of any potential customer.

It will be a big wow and how like when the new cookie legislation was introduced. Everyone was expecting the change will have a big impact on marketing and the ability to personalise the content online for users. In reality, it went the opposite way as after an initial peak of interest, consumers got used to clicking the “I accept” pop up of any new websites they visited. 

Do we expect the similar action for the double opt-in measures? yes, we do. After the first period, people get used to it and it will go automatically. People adjusting fast. 

With technology playing a vital role in most things we will be facing exciting times. The GDPR puts the control back into the hands of the user and makes organisations aware and comply with stricter rules about handling and storing personal data. Non-compliance will result in large fines stipulated by the EU Commision. 

Checklist for Affiliate Marketers to comply with the GDPR

 • Re-think on how you collect, use and store the personal data on your site or system. What system and which part needs to be changed and upgraded to comply with the GDPR.

• Provide honestly and transparency to your customers ( including your website users or give your personal information for a freebie). Explain the legal basis of collecting their information. Provide accurate information on how their information is stored, shared,  managed and processed. Give an explanation of how their data is protected. 

• Do an update on your cookie policy, privacy policy and change your contact forms to comply with the GDPR rules, don’t forget to ensure that they are designed on an opt-in basis, not an opt-out basis. Make sure your Privacy Policies and Cookie Policies are visible and easy to access. 

• Use a different contact address so that users can contact you to request correction or deletion of their personal data. I recommend a different email or contact address so that this information will not land in spam or get overlooked by you or your staff. 

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• Inform the existing people from whom you already obtained their personal information about the new changes in the GDPR regulations. Depending on your autoresponder you might have to ask them to opt-in again to your mailing lists or marketing databases.

• Protect yourself and ensure that you’re taking all of the necessary steps to comply with the new GDPR regulations. A way to keep the stored personal data of your customers safe using device encryption, and not storing, processing, or transferring data of EU service users outside of the EEA other than to other territories that have their own laws that comply with the regulations.

• Assure yourself and double check with your affiliate scheme or network that they have their own GDPR regulations in place. The reason for this is when you pass on personal information data that you have collected to the scheme itself as part of running your affiliate business, the same rules apply at every stage of the process.

• Please remember that getting your affiliate marketing up to standard and comply with the GDPR regulations, is up to you. As you are part of collecting, storing, manage and process those personal information data. 

This article is intended as a basic guide to the GDPR for affiliate marketers and doesn’t take the place of professional legal advice.

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GDPR Penalties Short Version

 If you do not follow the GDPR rules for your European customers than you might face potentially stiff measures.

The worst case scenario is that a business that has not complied with the GDPR regulations can be fined up to Euro €20 million or four percent of their annual turnover, whichever is higher. 
I would say if you comply then the chances of being penalised are considered low, but if you deliberately or negligently fail to follow or comply with the GDPR regulations, or a serious data breach that could have prevented will compromise the integrity of your site or service user’s personal information data and rights -you might face penalisation. 

Last not least follow the rules of the new GDPR Regulation.  

As we deal with the world wide web, we do not know when our customer will be from Europe or any other state. 

It is best to update your Privacy policies, cookie policy as well as follow the GDPR rules for the contact and or opt-in form. It should be in our interest to protect our customers or website visitors.

It also helps us in our Authority standing and builds trust with the customers or subscribers. I believe it is a good measure to ensure that our personal information data is protected. The scandal about facebook leakage where 87 million personal user information data being collected and apparently used without permission just shows how vulnerable the digital world is. 

With technology playing a vital role in most things we will be facing exciting times. The GDPR puts the control back into the hands of the user and makes organisations aware and comply with stricter rules about handling and storing personal data. Non-compliance will result in large fines stipulated by the EU Commision. 

 Video Tutorial for the GDPR Rule how to set up correctly on your website

GDPR vido by Marion Black                    Credit goes to Marion Black Ambassador WA

None of the above should be construed as legal advice. Seek legal counsel if you believe your company may be impacted by the GDPR.

 What do you think about the GDPR and how would you say will it be impacting the Website owners, online businesses, online services and or organisations. 

I like to hear from you and how what do you think about the GDPR?

Please take the time read it carefully and update your Website. It is essential that you do this. As the security breach is getting more and more do you think that RSS might make a comeback again? Please share your thoughts, if you have problems with setting up your GDPR leave me a note I am happy to help.  

 Here is another blog about GDPR. written by VPN Geek Jack Foster

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Sylvia 

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