We created several new tools, forms, and support processes to help creators and their businesses get and stay compliant with the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR).
Identify EU Subscribers and Get Consent
You can identify European subscribers and collect explicit consent from your existing EU subscribers. Using MailMunch's powerful segments and our brand new consent email templates, it's super simple to collect consent from existing subscribers. Learn More
Proof of Consent
You can see full proof of subscriber consent on the subscriber's page. It includes:
- A timestamp of subscriber consent (time, date, location)
- The source of the opt-in (website, social media, etc.)
- IP Address of the subscriber at time of opt-in
The double opt-in process includes two steps. In step 1, a potential subscriber fills out and submits your online signup form. In step 2, they'll receive a confirmation email and click a link to verify their email, which is added to your MailMunch list.
Forms and Assistance
Data Processing Agreement
Our Data Processing Agreement (DPA) offers contractual terms that meet GDPR requirements and reflect our data privacy and security commitments to our customers. Each customer processing personal data on behalf of EU/EEA individuals is now able to sign this agreement here.
Right to be Forgotten
Under GDPR, each of your subscribers in the EU has the right to erasure (or the right to be forgotten), meaning they can contact you and we will delete all of their personal data from our systems. You can initiate this process on behalf of your customers here.
GDPR Audit Concierge
Getting an audit notice can be a scary process as you try to get all the necessary data together. If that happens to you, we want you to know we have your back and will get you any data we have that can help you comply with the audit. Just fill out this form to get in touch with our audit concierge team.
Privacy Shield Certified
We have filed for our Privacy Shield Certification so that we are able to process data in compliance with EU regulations.
If you have questions on how best to implement these new features, drop us an email at email@example.com or contact us.