I take your privacy very seriously and so my compliance to the GDPR is as follows.
Any information collected from a form on my website is used to contact you with regards to any enquiry about any services you have made. I will use this information specifically to contact you to discuss these services or for issuing invoices for services used. I will never share this information with any third party. You have every right under the GDPR to request that I remove/delete this information at any time. Your request for your personal details to be deleted will be acted upon within 48 hours of your request. Any information stored for invoicing will be retained for accouting and billing purposes.
I will use your information as follows:
Your data will be stored for a reasonable time to ensure I can use the data to contact you about your enquiry.
If, on contacting you using the information gathered from a form on my website or through any phone call or any other medium used to contact me or Barry's Web Design, we do not enter in to any contract or I do not undertake any work for your company, I will delete the information gathered from you within no more than 72 hours.
In the event of a databreach I will report this to the relevant supervisory authority within 72 hours. If this breach is deamed to be of high risk to the individual, I will report this to the effected individuals within 72 hours.
I will not request any sensitive information about you through any forms on my website.
As a business or trading individual it is up to you to ensure your compliace to the GDPR.
I use Google analytics to track the hits and visitor activity on my website. This is not something that can identify any person. It simply tells me what a person did while visiting my website. If you do not want my site to add a cookie to your browser, this can be easily turned off in your browser settings.
If you are unsure what the GDPR is or are concerned about the effects it will have on your business, please see the GDPR website. Plus for more guidance please see this Personal Data Breaches page. The full GDPR can be read Here