Motivation Digital 

GDPR Compliance

What is GDPR?

The General Data Protection Regulation is a law imposed by the EU. GDPR helped to create a standardised across the continent for how data is collected, used and protected. This meant businesses and organisations had to make some changes to ultimately become transparent to their website. All countries within the EU must comply with this law, the UK is also included in this list of countries despite no longer being part of the European Union. This law was introduced to protect the privacy of everyone located in the EU, regardless of if they are citizens or just visiting. Implemented in May 2018, GDPR replaced the 1995 Data Protection Directive 95/46/EC and included a lot of changes that tightened up Data Protection of EU users.

Why GDPR is a good thing...

GDPR might seem like another thing on your to-do list but take a look at the benefits of GDPR and why here at Motivation Digital we not only support it but we also offer to make your website GDPR compliant for you! 

So... why do we love it?

To start with GDPR is a law you must follow if you are an entity established in the EU or you offer goods and services to people in EU countries (plus the UK). If you want to learn more about laws and consent, click here.

GDPR means that your EU users can feel safe and protected with the enhancement in privacy laws. Users have the right to access what cookies are being used on the website they're browsing, why they're being used and what happens when they leave the website. If your website is not compliant with GDPR then you may be subject to penalty fines - to read more about GDPR and other Data Protection Laws you need to be aware about, click here.

How we made sure we are GDPR compliant...

We made the necessary checks to our own website to make sure we were compliant with GDPR, we followed a few processes to make sure this was done right.


We conducted two audits:  

  1. How we Collect and Process Data
    We reviewed all of the activities conducted by Motivation Group, investigating what data we absolutely needed to collect to great a better user experience, and how this data is processed. We ensured the necessary safeguarding measures are in place to protect our users and their data.
  2. Third-Party Vendors
    To assist the collaboration between our team and our users, we have Third-Party Vendors. As part of our accountability we have checked and validated the GDPR compliance of each of our Third-Party Vendors.

Terms & Conditions Update

Another part of making sure we are fully GDPR Compliant was revising our Terms of Use, Privacy Policy, and Cookie Policy. In these policies you can see what cookies we use, why we use them and how long your data is stored for.

We're here to help! 

If you have any questions about GDPR please email us at [email protected]

Alternatively, if you would like to check out the Consent Packages we have available, click here.


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