General Data Protection Regulation

To Consent or Not To Consent

If you need to inform others about how you treat their personal data, or to request their express consent, we have the solution to help you comply with the new GDPR.

The obligation to inform under the new General Data Protection Regulation

Under the RGPD, companies are obliged to inform their customers, suppliers, shareholders and workers about how they process their personal data. When this processing is to be considered as not legitimate, obtaining express consent from the data subjects is also mandatory.

Those responsible for data processing must also be able to demonstrate to the competent authority that the interested parties have been adequately informed about how their personal data is processed and, when appropriate, that they have consented to such processing.

The eEvidence method for informing about how personal data is processed

eEvidence has been designed to supply incontestable proof of the contents and delivery of any email message. When in need to inform about how personal data is to be processed, there is no other solution as reliable and cost-effective.

An eEvid is an electronic receipt that contains the full contents and attachments of the email message, the relevant data of its transmission, delivery and acceptance at destination and the date in which that delivery took place.

This is achieved without calling the recipient for action or requiring him to necessarily know about it, and you aren't either required to significantly change the way you send your emails.

The evidence receipt is based exclusively on Internet and cryptography standards, all globally used and acknowledged. This particularity is unique to eEvidence and the reason for its probative force.

eEvidence Smart Contract for obtaining consent

We certify the consent request sent by email along with the consent received via a web form, pushing the users' preferences to your systems in real time. Simple and effective

eEvidence Smart Contracts are meant to register an agreement between parties. Acting as a trusted third party, eEvidence Smart Contracts facilitate the parties to come into terms in a reliable and trackable way.

The solution combines a first recepit that proves that the legal information and a unique response link have been delivered to the data subject, and a second receipt that contains the exact terms the data subject has agreeed with by responding through that link on a web form.

The data subject preferences are recorded in the eEvidence systems and at the same time are pushed to the controller so he can update his data processing records effortessly and in real time.

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