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While the EU law states that it covers sites aimed at EU users if you are not specifically targeting EU users then you should have no issues. Even assuming you do need to comply with the EU directive automated testing tools have no way to identify the difference between a security capture page and the standard site. You should be able to safely ignore that ...


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Absolutely you can use Google forms. You can use whatever form service you wish to as long as they support storing the collected data within the EU. Googlw achieves compliance with the law through offers to sign EU Model Contract Clauses and a Data Processing Amendment. Google also undergoes independent audits of data protection practices and provides ...



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