What is GDPR and what is Truth Doing about it?

As you may have heard from the news or your favourite apps, a new data law is being launched in Europe known as GDPR which is the most comprehensive change to privacy legislation ever undertaken. GDPR stands for “General Data Protection Regulation” that starts on 25 May 2018.

GDPR is designed to give EU citizens more control over their data and seeks to unify a number of existing privacy and security laws under one comprehensive law. The new regulation will affect all EU-based merchants, as well as global merchants that market and sell to individuals who are located in the EU.

Who should be compliant?

Under the new GDPR law, there are two types of entities that need to be compliant; the personal data controller and the data processor. A personal data controller is the person or a company that determines the purpose of the data and how it should be processed, and a processor is the person or a company that processes personal data on behalf of the controller. 

Some businesses can be both the personal data controller and the data processor. 

At Truth Naturals, we are committed to being GDPR compliant and are already taking measures to achieve this. Our new privacy policy will take effect on May 25, 2018.

What are some of the changes?

1– Protection of your data 

At the core of GDPR is personal data. At Truth Naturals we are committed to ensuring that any data that comes to us is protected at all stages. We only exist by providing trusted products and services to you, we know this and will be relentless in ensuring we keep your trust.

2– More control over your information

We are making it easier for you to control the information you provide us and you can make choices about your information. All Data Subject Access Requests submitted to will be actioned within the required 30 days.

3– More user-friendly language in our policy

Our privacy policy has been formatted with clearer language and headings to make it easy to understand and find important information.