What is GDPR?
GDPR stands for General Data Protection Regulation, a new privacy law that regulates the processing of personal data relating to individuals in the European Union.
GDPR strengthens the rights that individuals have regarding their personal data, and seeks to unify data protection laws across Europe.
What does GDPR mean for you?
We’re treating everyone as if they lived in the EU. This means that if you’re reading this, you can:
Ask for a copy of the personal data we’ve collected about you.Unless you’re in Secrets of the Moneylab, the answer is: Your email address. For students in those two workshops, we only keep data about your actual interactions and engagement in the seminars.
Request that we stop sending you direct marketing messages. This is as easy as it has ever been. Unsubscribe/stop following, and we’ll stop. Our goal is simply to keep our promise, not to profit from your data.
Any texts can be stopped immediately via our text interface. All credit card processing is done with Stripe and we never see your data.
We work with many of our students in software like Zoom and Slack, and in those cases, a large amount of identifiable data is created and collected as part of the learning process. At any time, you can choose to no longer participate in the workshop, but your work prior to that point becomes a permanent part of the work that’s created by the group.
We’ll continue to educate, inform and work with our readers and students the best we can, and will update this page from time to time.
Thanks for engaging with us.
Secrets of the Moneylab and the team