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Highlight is ready for GDPR, are you?
Published: 16 May 2018
With only 8 days to go until the GDPR deadline, you’ve probably been receiving countless emails and updates regarding the new regulation which is shaking up how personal data is collected, stored, used and shared.
- The information we collect from you, how it is used, why it is needed, where we store it and how long we store it for
- Your rights and how you can access the information held about you
- Full contact details on how to get in touch if you have any concerns
To view the full privacy notice, click here.
We ensure that our users are always kept up-to-date with changes and updates to the Highlight service, using email updates. If you’d like to be included in these notifications, you can join our mailing list by clicking here.
If you have any questions or comments, contact us on email@example.com. Enquiries or requests related to personal data generally, or specifically covering GDPR should be sent to firstname.lastname@example.org.
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