Are we good with GDPR?

Someone brought this up on facebook so thought I’d ask here?

What do you mean good with GDPR?

ETN should have assigned a Data Protection Officer whom would define their strategy and implementation. If they are not compliant then they will be liable for a hefty fine. ETN is a young and lean company so it should have implemented something by now. Time will tell though :wink:

Electroneum is young but I doubt that they don’t look everything trough with lawyers and such to make sure everything is alright before hand to make sure it is by the book and the rules :thinking:

Well true, but it’s good marketing to show that you are GDPR compliant. They work with Amazon which are supposed to be a GDPR compliant provied, but they do have issues to solve still I think.

Perhaps is good if Richard explains the situation here.