Thanks for the info. You should also know that if a data is no longer needed you should not keep it beyod the usefull period. The data kept on your servers cannot be removed unless you close the account. You should also take into consideratiom the right to be forgotten. If someone request this from us we will not be able to comply with your current set up.
It is my understanding that when an account is closed, the data will be deleted automatically after a short period of time. The rolling 365 day history applies to current active accounts.
In the footer of confirmation and reminder emails, the default text is
Numerous resources indicate that under GDPR, consent can't be bundled with another action - so I (or the GTW platform) can send a message about the webinar, such as a reminder, but I can't assume that by registering for the webinar, they're consenting to receive messages about my other services. I need to be able to customize this text / remove the part about "and their other services." Can you let me know GoToWebinar's position on this nuance, and whether the text will be editable in the near future?
Can I create a custom message regarding pricavy policy/GDPR compliance that will be present in all webinar registration forms? Or do I have to do it for each and every one?
For GDPR compliance, I want to customize our reg form with a checkbox, checked by default, with text that includes a hyperlink.
Can you please enable this feature??
Regarding your post above, I have similar concerns and am wondering if the issue above has been addressed/has a solution. If not, have you switched providers? Anyone you can recommend?
It has now been fixed and they implemented a tick box feature for disclaimer where you can edit the text.
If you go to registration settings and select the tab questions, you will see the disclaimer edit section at the bottom of the page. Below, you can see the screen shots.
@Owen1 I'm afraid you cannot choose which servers your data is stored on, but rest assured they all abide by the same data security policies.