The EU General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) is an EU Directive (Law) which affects all companies (even outside the EU) holding data about people who live in the Europe. The basic idea is that if you hold such data you must state what you do with it and how you store it and relay it so it is easily understood by all and not buried in legal jargon. Such companies must also delete such data on request.

As part of meeting these requirements at PrintJob, we have added cookie acceptance on all systems and updated our Privacy PolicyCookie Policy and Terms & Conditions.

Just to reaffirm –  PrintJob will never share or sell data or information about our clients to anyone EVER.

Any data relating to our Clients (and their clients) that is held on our Systems is deemed to be the property and responsible of our Clients. PrintJob is not responsible for this content, and clients should be aware of their own GDPR obligations and limitations. For example, system (event triggered) emails are considered normal business, but if clients use the data they hold to send marketing or sales offers via email, then under GDPR stipulations EXPLICIT approval is required from each recipient to whom such offers are sent.

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