Any premises across England and Wales accepting visitors, clients, guests, members, or customers during the Covid-19 pandemic should be taking contact details at the door to support contact tracing efforts.
The best way to do this is with a Visitor Check-In Tool or Sign-In App.
Whether you’re welcoming customers to your bar, clients to your offices, or away teams to your sports club; a Visitor Check-In Tool is essential for helping to support Test and Trace during the Covid-19 pandemic.
With infection rates rising and a “second wave” of Covid-19 potentially on the way – we all need to do what we can fight back against the coronavirus.
It’s all too easy to create a survey, collect responses, produce reports, and then move on to the next survey. But under the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR), there’s a spotlight on how long personal data can be kept for.
GDPR and personal data
The GDPR mandates that data should be deleted or anonymized once it is no longer needed for the purpose for which it was collected. This means that when you complete a research project, you should assess how long you need to keep the personal data relating to it, and anonymize or delete that data at the end of that period.
GDPR compliant data retention considerations
To help you comply with the GDPR rules when you are undertaking a survey project, we’ve outlined these data retention considerations:
What inspired us to develop a GDPR compliance tool for survey authors
Some cookie alert and privacy messages seem a little more sophisticated than before but, in many respects, the new GDPR world doesn’t feel much different to the pre-GDPR world right now. A friend recently suggested that the GDPR is the Twenty-teens (“Tweenies”?) equivalent of the Millennium bug, i.e. a monumental amount of preparation and fuss then nothing happened! Continue reading