GDPR is a European Union regulation, designed to improve the data security and privacy of European citizens. Find out more on Wikipedia – the short version is “companies in Europe have to make sure your data is safe, and that you can access and control it”.
It’s intended to give you greater security, transparency, and control of your personal data online. This is something we’ve believed in all along at Qzzr, so we’re fully in support of this regulation, not only for our European customers but for everyone that uses Qzzr all over the world.
GDPR and Qzzr
We’ve made GDPR compliance a priority at Qzzr: we stand by the principles of privacy and security into everything we do.
Frequently Asked Questions
We know you may have questions, so we’ve put together some of the most frequently-asked below. If you have more, please go to the bottom of this page, and click the chat icon to contact Support.
You can see all of our GDPR related articles here. We’ve tried to make it as easy to understand and simple as possible, as the world has enough endless legal documents that no one ever reads.
How can I exercise my GDPR rights?
Under GDPR in the European Union, we are all data subjects, and have certain rights.
If you have a Qzzr account, this article explains how to exercise your GDPR rights:
If you’ve completed a Qzzr quiz and want to exercise your GDPR rights, see this article:
What is a data subject?
A data subject is legal jargon for any living person who has some personal data stored somewhere. So, that means pretty much all of us! We can’t, unfortunately, rewrite European Regulations without all the legal jargon, but we’ll try to explain it to you when necessary!
Do you have a Data Processing Agreement available to sign?
To be GDPR compliant, a company needs to have a Data Processing Agreement (DPA) signed with any third-party vendor/company they have a data relationship with. If that’s not you, don’t worry about it!
You can request a DPA using the Contact Support button at the bottom of this page. We’ll then send you everything you need.
How do I contact your Data Protection Officer (DPO)?
You can get in touch with our DPO by contacting Support. Use the Contact Support button at the end of this article.
What does this mean for me?
If you’re a company, this means more transparency and visibility of how we process personal data. If you’re an individual, you don’t need to do anything! This all just means your data is safer than ever.