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Overview

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). 


To learn more about how to update your Privacy Policy, see: How to Set Privacy Policy of VIDIZMO Portal.


Note: You can read more about the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) and California Consumer Privacy Act (CCPA) by clicking on the links.



Before you start

  • Managers and Administrators of the Portal can turn on GDPR.


Enabling GDPR in VIDIZMO Portal

GDPR functionality can be enabled by following the steps below.

1. From the Portal Homepage;

i. Click on the navigation menu on the top left corner.

ii. Click on the Admin tab.

iii. Click on Portal Settings, to open the portal settings page.



2. From the Portal Settings:

i. Click on the Privacy option, to expand it.

ii. Navigate to the GDPR Compliance, and click to open it

iii. In the GDPR Compliance screen, check the option Enable your Portal to comply with General Data Protection Regulation(GDPR) Policy

iv. Click on the Update button, to enable GDPR on your portal.



After you enable GDPR, and have your Privacy Policy updated, this is how a User consent form may show up for your end-users. In order to customize the consent form, please contact our Support team.