Siteground Data Processing Agreement

All other data is kept in accordance with legal and tax provisions for the required periods of time. Consider any valid objections to the handling of your personal data (including the right to object to treatment for reasons related to your particular situation, in which we rely on our legitimate interests as a legal basis for processing); Website-related queries such as coding issues, database optimizations, reference tests, installing new software on the server, changing the current configuration of your servers, etc. In accordance with the RGPD, we must ensure that our US company offers the same level of protection for EU data as is guaranteed in the RGPD, although it is subject to US jurisdiction. The way we deal with this issue is done through standard contractual clauses, contained in all contracts between our companies, to ensure the transfer of data corresponding to the requirements of the RGPD. 16.1.1 Our website and services may contain links to other websites operated by or with third-party content. You understand and consent that SiteGround has no control over these third-party websites or their content and has no responsibility due to or in relation to your use of third-party sites or their content. SiteGround assumes no responsibility for legal documents (agreements, terms and conditions, policies, etc.), content and practices of third-party websites. The presence of third-party links does not constitute the approval of these sites, their content or their operators. SiteGround only contains these links for your comfort.

Sara: Can I continue to use Google Drive to store data? As a general rule, you must ensure that any service provider that is Google or another is compliant with the RGPD in accordance with the privacy policy and terms of use. AND if you store personal data on this Google Drive, you need to make sure that they also have a data processing contract, as they process the data you collect there. The regulation aims to make the processing of personal data more transparent and to give people more control over their data. Although the RGPD only applies to EU citizens, we have decided to go further and adopt the same right strategies for all our users, regardless of nationality or location. The new rules will come into effect on May 25, 2018. The following two documents apply these rules to our service: As a host, we also have a responsibility as a data provider.