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I recommend having a third party come and audit your systems and provide you a summary of compliance, which you can share with your customers. When I say third party, I mean a separate security company that specialise in IT security audits. ISO27001 compliance is normally a good place to start when seeking to prove security controls are in place. It doesn't ...


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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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If the previous (current at the time) registrar's privacy service forwards email sent to the account in the domain registration then it might be possible to do the transfer without disabling privacy. The new registrar will send an "approval request" (that is what GoDaddy calls it) to the previous (current at the time) registrar. If the privacy service of ...


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The new registrar will send an "approval request" (that is what GoDaddy calls it) to your previous (current at the time) registrar. Here is the important part. If the privacy service of the previous (current at the time) registrar forwards the "approval request" then you will probably be able to do the transfer without disabling privacy. Many privacy ...


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I have found out these companies obtain the information from websites such as: dailychanges.com tastereports.com



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