What is GDPR?
The General Data Protection Regulation is a regulation in EU law that was introduced to protect the personal data and privacy of citizens of the European Union.
It contains rules about how personal information must be stored and handled responsibly, how individuals can consent to having their personal information collected, an individual's right to correct their personal information or have it removed (the right to be 'forgotten'), how organisations must respond to and report data breaches, and much more.
The GDPR came into effect on 25 May 2018.
Is UsabilityHub GDPR compliant?
Remaining GDPR compliant while using UsabilityHub
If you are collecting personal information through your tests on UsabilityHub you may choose to sign our Data Processing Agreement (DPA) in order to remain compliant with the GDPR. This agreement outlines how UsabilityHub will act as a Data Processor with regards to the personal information that you collect.
In this instance you are acting as a Data Controller under the GDPR and are responsible for acting in accordance with these regulations.
Any UsabilityHub account administrator may review and sign this agreement from this page in their account: https://app.usabilityhub.com/settings/privacy-security