Personal Data Processing Compliance

At present, personal data processing is regulated in every country globally or is aimed at this goal. In May 2018, after years of preparation and discussion, the EU General Data Protection Regulation came into force, which became a unique document in the personal data processing.

The GDPR has become a derivative document for the creation of similar documents in jurisdictions around the world. At present, almost every country in the world or group of countries has a similar law on personal data protection.

That is why every company must bring into line all processes and documents in the personal data processing field. The documents posted on the company's website must comply with the law of the resident's country whose personal data are processed and granted fundamental rights.

The Plerdy Platform has developed documents for its website, which describe the resident's fundamental rights provided by each jurisdiction of the world. Of course, we did not have the opportunity to describe the jurisdiction of each country. Still, we indicated the fundamental legislation used in personal data processing and gave the person the right to write a request if he believes that his rights are not fully specified.

Which countries' personal data residents do we process?

Plerdy is a platform that provides tools to individuals and legal entities around the world. This raises the question of how to process personal data to comply with the laws of each jurisdiction?

To comply with personal data processing laws, we have created the following internal documents and posted them on the Plerdy website:

  • Privacy Policy;
  • Terms of Use.

But it is difficult to describe the rules of personal data processing in each jurisdiction. That is why Plerdy indicates the leading jurisdictions of the countries whose laws we use when processing personal data, namely:

Fundamental rights granted to a resident during the processing of his personal data from the main legislative acts:

  • The right to access personal data;
  • The right to erase personal data;
  • The right to rectification personal data;
  • The right to transfer personal data;
  • The right to object to the processing of personal data.

Other countries jurisdictions

Plerdy processes the resident's personal data by the basic principles of personal data processing and makes every effort to ensure that our methods of personal data processing comply with the laws of the resident country.

Plerdy makes every effort to ensure that the processing of Personal Data and the provision of services is in accordance with the jurisdiction of your country. The previous section lists the fundamental rights of our customers that Plerdy can grant him.

We also protect your personal data using modern software and servers from countries with a high level of personal data retention.

If you believe that our personal data processing breach and/or in any way restrict your rights regarding the processing of personal data, please get in touch with us by e-mail: [email protected], and we will make every effort to resolve this issue within a reasonable time.

How does the Plerdy Platform help customers comply with the GDPR?

Plerdy offers extensive functionality for website analytics, which helps improve conversion rates and usability. It also contains tools that will allow you to study user behavior, communicate with visitors to your website, and collect their data.

Here are some examples of how Plerdy products can help you comply with the GDPR:

  • Plerdy heat maps show the clicks, scrolls, and hovers that users make on web pages. The data is displayed as summary statistics and does not contain personal data. Because Plerdy does not record videos or save screenshots, you, as a data controller, will only receive the summary data needed to monitor user behavior. This helps maintain GDPR compliance and minimize the amount of personal data you access. In addition, heat maps show traffic sources that help you understand the location of your visitors to find out if they are coming from the EU;
  • With Plerdy popup forms, you can ask visitors to consent to the collection and processing of data. In addition, pop-up forms can inform visitors about the privacy practices you use, helping you meet GDPR requirements;
  • Plerdy SEO-checker only collects data about tags and web semantics, providing them in summary form without personal data. When recording a user behavior session on the site page, the recording of any data from the fields is automatically blocked.


The Client has the right to contact the support service of the Platform at:[email protected] to ensure his rights, by the terms of this Privacy Policy, or in case of violation of his rights, or to leave a response or ask questions.

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