Prodlytic helps you stay GDPR-compliant by technically preventing you from sending Personally Identifiable Information (PII) in pages to Prodlytic:
- We don’t collect email addresses that might be part of the URL or page name - these are displayed as email@example.com in the Prodlytic dashboard if one is detected
- We provide custom CSS classes to add to sensitive UI elements to prevent collection of, for example, street addresses or personal names
- We respect the browser ‘do not track’ setting if clients have set this
This, along with the other steps we take, help you comply with the new GDPR regulations.
Notify your users that Prodlytic is collecting by including this copy in your product Terms & Conditions:
Prodlytic Collector – we use Prodlytic to measure how our site is used by visitors and to generate reports for our own use. Prodlytic does not collect any personally identifiable information about you.
From the Prodlytic Terms & Conditions:
Prodlytic Customers may not transmit Events that contain Personal Data (PII) to the Service. Prodlytic provides technical measures to prevent Personal Data being sent to Prodlytic, the Customer agrees to implement these measures and routinely monitor their effectiveness. The Customer must make the End User aware that Prodlytic is collecting Events.