TABLE OF CONTENTS
- Data Subject's Rights Protection
- GDPR Activation/Deactivation
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Any personally identifiable information that a business stores digitally needs to be properly protected and the user whose personal data is in question must have absolute control over it. From contact information for your staff and users to the financial information and payment details, data usage is protected by law in most parts of the world especially in the UK (GDPR), California (CCPA), and Switzerland. This is to prevent that data from being misused by third parties for fraud, such as identity theft and phishing scams.
Data such as IP address, name, state, email, credit/debit card details contain sensitive information. Protecting all this and other Personally Identifiable Information (PII), in accordance with the Data Protection Act(s), requires businesses to adhere to specific principles. We at VIDIZMO understand the importance and necessity of data protection laws and are always working to stay compliant by upgrading data protection policies as per the need, which helps make compliance easier for our customers' content management portal(s).
VIDIZMO takes people's privacy and their data protection very seriously. Therefore, we are committed to continuing to comply with data protection laws and regulations. VIDIZMO understands you need to have that video content management platform which is both compliant with all necessary applicable data protection laws and use personal data in ways that are compliant.
Data Subject's Rights Protection
The term Data Subject refers to an individual whose personal data is collected, held, or processed by an organization. Personal data is any data that can be used to identify an individual, such as name, home address, or credit card information.
Data protection rights bodies such as the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) and California Consumer Privacy Act (CCPA) give individual rights relating to their personal data. Organizations must let individuals know how they can exercise these rights and meet requests promptly.
The most essential legislations required for any organization to be compliant with Data Processing Acts are discussed below and the most important part is VIDIZMO offers all these functionalities and rights to their customers:
Right of Data Portability
Data portability is one of the fundamental data subject rights in the General Data Protection Regulation. This right allows the users to download or copy personal data easily from an IT environment to another in a safe and secure way without affecting its usability.
Knowing the importance of this right, VIDIZMO gives the option of downloading all personal data including:
- User Name (First Name and Last Name )
- Email Address
- Profile Picture
- Default Language
- Assigned Role
- System Generated Logs
- Phone Number
- Tracking Information
- User Comments
- Annotations in Videos and Images
- Audit Logs
All this information can be extracted, on a single click, in machine-readable format i.e. CSV from their profile section.
Note: Viewer+ users can exercise the right of Data Portability.
The goal of Data Protection Bodies like GDPR is to ensure that personal data collected and processed by any organization is accurate. Therefore, it's a data subject right to correct inaccurate personal data as well as the ability to supplement incomplete personal data.
VIDIZMO empowers its customers with the functionality of data correction so your portal users can exercise GDPR's Right of Data Rectification/Correction. Your portal user having Viewes+ role can swiftly update their personal information form their user profile section. VIDIZMO also allows users to enter the optional personal information later if they have skipped it while registering to the portal.
Right to be Forgotten/Erasure
This right is introduced by GDPR, as per this regulation any individual has the right to have personal data, stored from users’ consent erased form any IT software system. A possible reason for exercising this right can be, the personal data is no longer necessary for the purpose which you originally collected or processed for.
VIDIZMO offers this functionality to you so your portal users can delete all their stored personal data (describe in the Right of Data Portability section ) from the system using the Data Deletion button in the user profile section.
Right to be informed
The core responsibility of GDPR is to give individuals control over the use of their data, one of these rights is the right to be informed. Any organization that is collecting and processing data must inform the type of data being collected and its processing to its users. This information must be provided in a concise, clean, and plain language.
A web cookie or simply browser cookie is a small piece of data sent from a website and stored on the users’ computer by the users’ web browser while the user is browsing. To inform users’, about cookies being sent from their browser to your servers, a cookies policy is used which is a declaration to your users of what cookies are active on your website or portal, what user data you are tracking, for what purpose and where in the world the data is being shared and with whom? To help you meet with compliances, VIDIZMO gives you the option of designing the Consent Form which helps you get the user consent for processing their information whenever they visit your portal.
VIDIZMO offers two types of Consent Forms,
- Slide-In Footer: This is useful if you want to display the consent form at the bottom of your portal page. This also allows the user to use the site without accepting the terms and conditions but the consent form will remain open throughout the session.
- Modal: This is useful if you want to allow users to see your portal content and use the portal only if the user agrees to the terms and conditions. This will display the user consent agreement form in the center of the portal page.
VIDIZMO empowers customer organizations to switch on GDPR Compliance within their Account and sub-portals. This entails that every user (anonymous or logged-in) will be required to agree to the system's Data Processing Agreement (DPA) as soon as they land onto the web application. All you need to do is to check or uncheck the option available in the GDPR Compliance section of the portal settings. You only uncheck it If none of your customers/consumers reside in the European Union, California or any region where no such data regulations have imposed yet.