Effective May 25, 2018, General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) is considered to be the strongest set of security and privacy laws in the world. Building off the European Union’s (EU) previous data protection framework, GDPR sets guidelines for the collection and processing of personal data. It aims to unify data privacy laws across its member countries and provide better protection for individuals. According to GDPR, organizations must ensure that data is gathered consensually and are under legal obligation to protect that data from misuse.
Although the regulation was passed in the EU, the regulation applies to many organizations outside of the EU as well. Any organization that offers goods or services to individuals or businesses in the EU must have a GDPR compliance strategy.
Anvil automatically asks for GDPR consent to track cookies on users from EU IP addresses on all Anvil Workflows. Users must also explicitly consent to any company wanting to store their provided personal information or PII.
From the webform editor, you can edit the Workflow name, submission name, signature options, start button options, and set Workflow locking.
When you are done making changes, click
Publish in the top right corner to exit the Workflow editor and apply your edits.