The goal of GDPR, simply put, is to keep data about EU citizens safe. The outgoing regulations from 1995 could never have predicted the revolutionary impact that the Internet would have on society, so new rules that address things like data storage and personally identifiable information are a good thing.
GDPR is a new legislation. Experts watching GDPR say there's still a lot open to interpretation, and clarification. Nonetheless, Offskip is committed to meeting or exceeding customer and government expectations. In fact, Offskip’s internal policies have always been aligned with the objectives of GDPR. For example, under GDPR:
As a company that handles financial information, including credit card transactions, Offskip is security-focused, and we operate using data centers in secure facilities that meet the highest standards. We are working to meet GDPR requirements, and will keep you informed as we implement additional functionality to support your privacy rights.