Have you ever wondered how many online registrations forms have you filled over the years of using Internet? One way or another, the majority of trusted resources or software have its own guidelines on personal data protection. As most of the services, here at Unicheck we ask for your name, your email to sign you up as user and keep you on our records.
Yet there are websites that steadily require such details as your interests, marital status, etc. going as far as your political preferences. All this data draws up your personal digital footprint you regularly contribute to by using search engines, social media, filling registration forms and making transactions over the Internet.
Cloud technologies advancement compromise personal data protection made it easier to massively exchange private data which led to the cases of the misuse of personal information. The new set of data protection laws — GDPR (General Data Protection Regulation) — that took over 4 years to be thoroughly developed is intended to reconsider what constitutes private data in the digital environment.